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Recently they had a contract regarding whether North Korea would launch test missiles that would land outside its airspace. Even though such even did take place and even confirmed by DoD, Tradesports has expired this contract at 0. This has prompted SBR to downgrade Tradesports rating from B- to C+ (www.sportsbookreview.com). This unsigned comment was left by 18.104.22.168 on August 7, 2006. Superfluous material from this user has been removed.
- (Added header to section) This seems to conflict with the material referenced in the main article (particularly the assertion that the DoD confirmed). Do you have any sources that affirm this? I could not find anything material on sportsbookreview.com; just a broken link to chrisfmasse.com Lauciusa (talk) 14:54, 24 September 2008 (UTC)
Where is the discussion on deletion? If no one is proposing it, the tag should be removed. If you are proposing it, there should be discussion. Papercrab 20:54, 10 October 2006 (UTC)
- The discussion is at this link. It does not look like it will be deleted, but we are waiting out the 7 days, unless MER-C decides to withdraw the nomination. Thesmothete 20:58, 10 October 2006 (UTC)
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Break up this article?
I think it would be a good idea to break this article into three articles, Trade Exchange Network, the parent company, inTrade, the "reality" market, TradeSports, the sports and entertainment market, with TradeBetX redirecting to TradeSports. People looking for information on intrade (such as myself) are somewhat confused by the redirect as it exists.
- That sounds good to me. Intrade seems to be increasingly prominent in its own right. --Gwern (contribs) 17:55 24 September 2008 (GMT)
- I agree. Whatever about the others, InTrade has had enough significant coverage in reliable sources to merit its own article. the skomorokh 18:04, 24 September 2008 (UTC)