Must be livestreamed by Destiny on Rumble, YouTube or Kick. The market will resolve 'yes' if Sneako uses the term "bot" in reference to Destiny or verbally agrees with someone else using the term in reference to Destiny.
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https://www.youtube.com/live/Jk6OETmZusI?feature=share&t=5849 There is no way you don't count this?????
@Resolution First line of the description: "Must be livestreamed by Destiny on Rumble, YouTube or Kick."
@SneakyElbow didnt read "by destiny" 💀
@SneakyElbow But wait, just reading this it seems like it would work if destiny watch the clip I linked right?
"The market will resolve 'yes' if Sneako uses the term "bot" in reference to Destiny or verbally agrees with someone else using the term in reference to Destiny"
sounds like it would work if Destiny reacted to it if its live on stream as the "must be livestreamed" is seperate to Destiny streaming it?
I word salad hard, what I meant was that Destiny reacting to Sneako calling him a bot (not an old clip) would count as long as its live on Destinys stream?
@Resolution hmmm interesting question... My initial thought would be no but I'd like to hear the thoughts of everyone else betting on this market.
I didn't intend for the description to be interpreted that way when I wrote it and I think most people wouldn't come away with that interpretation. However, because of the casual wording used, I guess technically it could.
I'd like to be fair to everyone participating in the market and the understanding they had when placing their bets. So I'm happy to hear any input, thoughts, criticisms etc from market participants. My position is not immovable 🙂
If you interpret the rules this way then the market would even resolve to YES even if destiny reacted to an old "bot" clip from before the market creation. That would be ridiculous.
IMO it's clear that the market is talking about a live conversation taking place live on destiny's stream.