Brooks Koepka and Phil Mickelson headline the field as Minnesota celebrates its first regular PGA TOUR event in a half-century, enjoying elevated status for what previously was one of the most popular stops on the PGA TOUR Champions. Jason Day and Patrick Reed also fill out the roster that featur…
CoinRoster now offers bets on the bitcoin price 24/7. Users can bet on whether the price will go up or down, and can choose time-frames from 1 week to 1 month. Click here to view the current odds.
Users who’ve made a deposit can also post their bitcoin bets by using our CREATE CONTEST menu. Once logged in, and if you’ve made a deposit, click on the CREATE CONTEST link from the top menu. Then choose Contest Type: PROP, then choose Sport: BITCOINS. Users can choose their own strike price, and set their own odds. CoinRoster does not take any fees for these bets, its up to you to set your own odds to offer other users. The bets will settle automatically based on the criteria you enter.
Brooks Koepka, fresh off a fourth major title in 23 months, takes aim at becoming just the second man to ever win three consecutive U.S. Opens as golf’s most demanding exam returns to famed Pebble Beach for just the sixth time. Tiger Woods also will seek a second major of 2019 and 82nd PGA TOUR v…
One of the unique features of CoinRoster is users can post their own odds for other users to bet on (you become the house). Its a way for users to build their own bankroll as the house instead of taking the odds bookmakers provide. CoinRoster does not take a fee from users who post fixed odds bets. We offer this feature because we hope it will encourage more users to make a deposit to our site and provide more liquidity and make more bets available to our users.
To create your own odds, the first thing you’ll need to decide is what kind of data will be used to settle your bet. CoinRoster can automatically settle bets from the data we use for our fantasy pools. You can check which fantasy data we have available by going to a fantasy contest of the sport you’re examining and reviewing the data we use in that fantasy contest.
Below is a summary for your reference:
Hockey: goals, assists, plus-minus, shots on goal, and blocked shots
Basketball: points, rebounds, assists, steals, blocks, turnovers, field goals made, field goals attempted, 3-pointers made
Golf: eagles, birdies, pars, bogeys, doubles or worse
Baseball: RBIs, hits, runs, strikeouts, walks
Bitcoins: any price
So if you’d like to create a bet on whether a certain player will hit a number of 3-pointers in a night, you can use the PROP category of the CREATE CONTEST form and make an over/under bet on the number of 3-pointers. If you’re posting a bet on where the price of bitcoin will be in a period of time, you can do this with the CREATE CONTEST form as well, just create a PROP bet with Bitcoin as the category and use the form to fill in your details. Using the PROP bet category of the CREATE CONTEST form will allow us to settle the bet automatically on your behalf using the data we already have in our system.
But let’s say you want to post a bet on whether a certain team will win tonight’s game? We don’t have this data, but you can still post this bet. Use the CREATE CONTEST form and choose MISC as the Contest Type. The MISC category is the free form category where users are free to post any bet they can dream up. The contest still needs to be approved by an Admin before it goes live on the site, but we encourage users to get creative. Feel free to post bets on politics, sports, financial topics, and current events.
When posting a bet in the MISC category, you also have the option on whether to settle the bet yourself or whether to leave settlement up to the crowd. In certain situations, you might want to settle your own bets, if the outcome is only known to you (say a bet on a private event), but otherwise, you can leave settlement up to the votes of CoinRoster users. Crowd settled bets become available for a voting round once the betting registration has concluded. After the betting registration deadline is reached, users vote with Roster Coins which are earned by users who have affiliates on the outcome that occured. After the voting round of a crowd settled contest concludes, the outcome with the most money votes becomes the settlement outcome used to settle the betting proposition. It might sound like you could game this settlement system, but keep in mind that admins can override any outcome and any voting round that receives votes on more than a single outcome must be approved by an admin. We’ve never had a failure of our crowd settled system, and we invite users to try and break it.
In order to post your own bets on CoinRoster, you must make a deposit. Good luck.
The Open Championship is being held this week at Royal Birkdale. CoinRoster is hosting a fantasy contest and we’ve added a few side bets for users to enjoy.
Since first hosting The Open in 1954, Royal Birkdale has been the most regular venue for the Open after St Andrews. Past winners at Royal Birkdale include Arnold Palmer, Lee Trevino, Johnny Miller, and Tom Watson. The last time the Open was held at this course, it was Harrington who shockingly won back to back.
This year, the highest ranked players to win include Jordan Spieth, Dustin Johnson, Rickie Fowler, Jon Rahm, Sergio Garcia, Justin Rose, and Rory Mcilroy. Betting odds are wide open this year with no clear favorite with the top golfers having odds from 15 to 25. This should inform certain strategies for your fantasy team.