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Title: Something
Post by: vitsum on May 07, 2011, 07:51:17 PM
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Title: Re: kamikaze game of chance
Post by: lulzplzkthx on May 07, 2011, 08:28:50 PM
One issue you're going to have with this is that the chances * cost of betting are nowhere near that of other games, such as Double or Nothing.

I have a 1/5 chance of getting the first one right, and if I do, I get .002 Bitcoins. In Double or Nothing, by playing 2 times I have a 1/4 chance of winning twice, and I would earn 4 times as much if I did.


Title: Re: kamikaze game of chance
Post by: vuce on May 07, 2011, 08:34:22 PM
One issue you're going to have with this is that the chances * cost of betting are nowhere near that of other games, such as Double or Nothing.

I have a 1/5 chance of getting the first one right, and if I do, I get .002 Bitcoins. In Double or Nothing, by playing 2 times I have a 1/4 chance of winning twice, and I would earn 4 times as much if I did.

you have 4/5 chance of not stepping on the mine, not 1/5.


Title: Re: kamikaze game of chance
Post by: lulzplzkthx on May 07, 2011, 09:52:56 PM
Sorry, I misunderstood. Looks neat, I might give it a try.


Title: Re: kamikaze game of chance
Post by: Tyran on May 07, 2011, 10:41:27 PM
something happend with mybitcoin.com :(
It's back up. Game seems to be working fine, but I noticed some problems with rounding (balance: 3.50177e-9) :D


Title: Re: kamikaze game of chance
Post by: graingert on May 08, 2011, 12:09:07 AM
yes don't store bitcoins as floating point's there is a specific limit to how much you can divide a coin by


Title: Re: kamikaze game of chance
Post by: Alex Beckenham on May 08, 2011, 04:42:21 AM
Looks fun, thanks. I got all the way through just once :)

Perhaps let people deposit larger amounts like 10 BTC and bet 1 BTC each try.


Title: Re: kamikaze game of chance
Post by: FreeMoney on May 08, 2011, 04:47:48 AM
It got pretty slow on me between moves. I think it should be near instant so you might want to check that. I like the idea, I'd play some with better payouts. I see it says "level 1" I assume that means you'll have different boards. Narrower and wider and different pay structures?


Title: Re: kamikaze game of chance
Post by: Alex Beckenham on May 08, 2011, 04:51:01 AM
I see it says "level 1" I assume that means you'll have different boards. Narrower and wider and different pay structures?

I got to 'level 8' and it seemed to play the same.

Maybe because I had played 8 times?

I agree that it's slow to respond though.


Title: Re: kamikaze game of chance
Post by: Alex Beckenham on May 08, 2011, 07:18:13 AM
And perhaps can anybody suggest me API that can do automatic payout? With mybitcoin I can only take the money automaticaly.

Hmmm I was wondering about that... how often are you manually doing the payouts?

I don't know of an API to do it automatically, other than installing your own bitcoin wallet on the server instead of using mybitcoin.com.



Title: Re: kamikaze game of chance
Post by: Alex Beckenham on May 08, 2011, 11:35:29 AM
Still haven't received a withdrawal I requested 5.5 hours ago.

(0.08 BTC)

It's not even broadcast unconfirmed yet.

Waiting to see that before I deposit more :)


Title: Re: kamikaze game of chance
Post by: Alex Beckenham on May 08, 2011, 01:09:12 PM
sorry. problem was with withdraw button.
tell me your id;

i paid someone
68   0.07   141LneLd13oK1dd633aYV5jMLoqyU3zyMK
may be it is you?

And didn't you play after requesting? because after requesting you still can play and money are still on your account. And I don't see any users with balance of 0.08 . May be while I was changing database structure some data where lost...

Hi vitsum,

Sorry you are right, that 0.07 was mine, I'm not sure why I was thinking 0.08.

Thanks.


Title: Re: kamikaze game of chance
Post by: deadlizard on May 08, 2011, 01:18:14 PM
No X or * on the last line
http://imghaven.com/images/12475


Title: Re: kamikaze game of chance
Post by: Tyran on May 08, 2011, 01:56:23 PM
honesty control is ready :)
Nice, I wish more operators would do this. Is the string at the end just random characters to prevent reversing the hash?


Title: Re: kamikaze game of chance
Post by: FreeMoney on May 08, 2011, 02:41:44 PM
I haven't been paid my cashout of .44 yet. Looks like it's manual, you going to automate?


Title: Re: kamikaze game of chance
Post by: Alex Beckenham on May 08, 2011, 02:45:59 PM
Congratulations, doood.
it's you've just won about 0.4 btcs?)) I've paid 1.41 btc.

Yep, got it thanks... Top of the leaderboard :)


Title: Re: kamikaze game of chance
Post by: FreeMoney on May 09, 2011, 02:32:15 PM
Quote
I haven't been paid my cashout of .44 yet. Looks like it's manual, you going to automate?
1EidtUZpMbQ3S9aLD7kcYLxhfc7fFym86M i paid .44 to this address long time ago.  ???

Yes, I see you did. 1EidtUZpMbQ3S9aLD7kcYLxhfc7fFym86M is the address I paid to deposit. Did I give it as the withdraw address by mistake?


Title: Re: Kamikaze game of chance [MD5 honesty control]
Post by: kokjo on May 09, 2011, 03:04:13 PM
i think there is something that is not working i randomly losing money when i press "take bet"
my userid is 172.

is it possible you could publish the sourcecode? it would be easier to find your bugs, and figuer out how it works.

EDIT: i think sometimes its betting double, when i bet 0.01btc ?


Title: Re: Kamikaze game of chance [MD5 honesty control]
Post by: kokjo on May 09, 2011, 03:32:58 PM
In logs I see that some queries from you doubles. do you doubleclick by buttons? JavaScript code must prevent this. But if you send two times newgame, then, first game ends without paying, and is still remaing open.
I will repair this bug, and you try to not click twice in short period of time, just wait.
because of i discovered this bug for you, and lost some money while discovering it, can i get my balance restored to 1btc(the amount disposited)? it would be nice :D


Title: Re: Kamikaze game of chance [MD5 honesty control]
Post by: kokjo on May 09, 2011, 03:43:17 PM
wow, we are thinking in similar way. so I will pay you 0.2 btc more. and your balance should be 1 btc)
hehe, thanks :D +1


Title: Re: Kamikaze game of chance [MD5 honesty control]
Post by: FreeMoney on May 09, 2011, 06:24:06 PM
Quote
I haven't been paid my cashout of .44 yet. Looks like it's manual, you going to automate?
1EidtUZpMbQ3S9aLD7kcYLxhfc7fFym86M i paid .44 to this address long time ago.  ???

Yes, I see you did. 1EidtUZpMbQ3S9aLD7kcYLxhfc7fFym86M is the address I paid to deposit. Did I give it as the withdraw address by mistake?

Yes, you did it. and I sent them to this address.

Oh, okay. Shouldn't that mean I have .44 credit on my account? Oh, wait, it was mybitcoin. Let me know if he ever gives that to you. My bad. Bitcoin is hard for me, durrrr.


Title: Re: Kamikaze game of chance [MD5 honesty control]
Post by: Dragonlord on May 09, 2011, 08:10:57 PM
vitsum: Please check your PMs


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com win up to 5x your bet [MD5 honesty control]
Post by: Thor on May 12, 2011, 03:59:42 AM
I recently tried to add 2btc (2 deposits of 1btc each) to my account and they never showed up.  Waiting to hear what's up.


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com win up to 5x your bet [MD5 honesty control]
Post by: Thor on May 12, 2011, 04:42:59 AM
ID 364.  Sent this in a PM about an hour ago as well.  Look forward to your help.  I opened "Put 1 btc into account" in two tabs, filled in the captcha in each of the screens, and sent one bitcoin to each of the addresses it generated.  After I clicked continue it waited for a while and then said it could not find my transaction.

Also, I am about to send you a PM with the bitcoin addresses I sent the coins to.


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com win up to 5x your bet [MD5 honesty control]
Post by: PwrLeveld on May 12, 2011, 05:06:57 AM
I like the game concept, howver I have a cool 0.1 BTC in my acount. Geuss what though, I had just made a transaction wo I would have to pay a fee to send that 0.1 BTC. *Sigh*


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com win up to 5x your bet [MD5 honesty control]
Post by: Alex Beckenham on May 12, 2011, 05:17:20 AM
I opened "Put 1 btc into account" in two tabs, filled in the captcha in each of the screens, and sent one bitcoin to each of the addresses it generated.  After I clicked continue it waited for a while and then said it could not find my transaction.

So you're using parallel when you should be using serial :)

Maybe that's why one got lost.


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com win up to 5x your bet [MD5 honesty control]
Post by: Thor on May 12, 2011, 05:25:29 AM
They both seem to have gotten "lost"  awaiting a response from mybitcoin.


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com chance is in your hands [honest game]
Post by: Thor on May 13, 2011, 12:31:24 AM
vitsum I have sent you a private message, and will appreciate hearing from you ASAP in regards to it.

Thank you.


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: ex-gamer on May 13, 2011, 03:59:41 PM
I put 5 BTC to 16w3rYwBAKr3Kq9MbyDkpurBT8YKrcub1E. I saw "Thank you", but my balance is null. Why?
P.S. userid=497


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: Thor on May 13, 2011, 04:17:06 PM
There have been many problems with this game.  I recommend people not send their money.


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: Fiyasko on May 13, 2011, 04:31:33 PM
It's ALOT of fun to play, But please make accounts.... not having them is just a big flaw for people to exploit aswell as loose thier info for it


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: BitcoinsWallet on May 14, 2011, 11:16:42 AM
vitsum, this is one of the best Bitcoin games!

Now into BitcoinsWallet list too  8)


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: Thor on May 14, 2011, 08:08:37 PM
I would like to confirm that after these past few days, Vitsum did replace the 2btc that seem to have vanished into mybitcoin's deep pockets.


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: Hatikva on May 15, 2011, 04:04:05 PM
Hey nice game, but when i press on a bet button the game doesnt start


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: BitcoinsWallet on May 16, 2011, 10:48:01 AM
vitsum, the new design is awesome!

Bitcoin Kamikaze is on our games page: http://www.bitcoinswallet.com/bitcoin-games.html

Our referral link is: http://bitcoin-kamikaze.com/?father=331


Thank you!


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: BitcoinsWallet on May 18, 2011, 08:14:31 PM
http://bitcoin-kamikaze.com (http://bitcoin-kamikaze.com/?father=331)


Account disabled by server administrator ??

 ???


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: BitcoinsWallet on May 18, 2011, 09:47:03 PM
Solved: "there was hosting problem for an hour"

PLAY: http://bitcoin-kamikaze.com/?father=331


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: BitcoinsWallet on May 19, 2011, 12:02:33 AM
Thank you for solving that, vitsum  :)


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: BitcoinsWallet on May 19, 2011, 10:57:43 AM
Every day playing more.... I love this game and the "free play" option  ;D

PLAY: http://bitcoin-kamikaze.com/?father=331


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: kuba_10 on May 22, 2011, 11:26:21 AM
I sent 0.01 BTC to 18Xv5wD8mLPPydTAr7Q83WePj2eFKZgoSM and 0.05BTC to 1FhU42symdFxpnawmDV1d7UFvMfbBkfs2p, yet the system got into some kind of loop and refreshes all the time without ending the transaction. Something can help me now?
Edit: I closed both windows, tried do send another 0.01BTC to 1BgpDHB6Y2fz44BUWBX7JcV2tJ2p9hkQm4 and the situation happened again. I can't pay any more, nor can I retrieve what I paid. Please help.


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: bookman on May 22, 2011, 02:03:44 PM
I send some. How long does it take to 18fgCCzMZRsm5fqqNgEeG61kDym7yV76Pg

It said success but the game window still says 'not enough bitcoins' :( >:(


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: BitcoinsWallet on May 22, 2011, 02:09:31 PM
bookman, if you don't use mybitcoin, you need send the Exactly amount of bitcoins that bitcoin-kamikaze says.

Good luck!

Send some BTC and PLAY to WIN: http://bitcoin-kamikaze.com/?father=331

 ;D


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: bookman on May 22, 2011, 02:33:13 PM
I have sent bitcoins and i have learnt my lesson  ::)

nice work, mate.  ;D


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: kuba_10 on May 22, 2011, 04:01:39 PM
http://bitcoin-kamikaze.com/?userID=32146&secretKey=FPnBuUYBciKmLX9S
this is my id
owner, please check.


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: kuba_10 on May 22, 2011, 05:41:22 PM
I now see the game's all legit. Lost some munniez on it though ;D vitsum, thanks for your customer care!


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: de4l on May 23, 2011, 11:07:20 AM
it looooooooks legit, but recording statistics, the free version is always easier than when you put money down?


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: de4l on May 23, 2011, 04:26:33 PM
I agree that it sounds mathematically correct, but I did an actual number study and when in free mode you can pick the square beneath the previous mine and on a significant average always earn more before you hit a mine in the series compared to the same method when betting.  Is this correlation an evidence of causation or perhaps my study wasn't long enough, but it was significantly convincing to me.


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: Tyran on May 23, 2011, 07:46:05 PM
I agree that it sounds mathematically correct, but I did an actual number study and when in free mode you can pick the square beneath the previous mine and on a significant average always earn more before you hit a mine in the series compared to the same method when betting.  Is this correlation an evidence of causation or perhaps my study wasn't long enough, but it was significantly convincing to me.
Unless vitsum somehow cracked md5 and is able to generate colliding strings within a second (that magically also are only 42 characters long AND differ only by 32 characters AND use a very restrictive character set), your "number study" is useless :p
Hint: such collisions probably don't even exist.
The mines locations are determined at the start of the game, this is proven.
The only way the game could "cheat" is by attempting to learn your strategy and adjusting the generating algorithm before you start a new game. If you truly believe this is happening, simply play by picking a random square for every more. There's no way to predict that ;)


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: de4l on May 23, 2011, 09:53:05 PM
coefficients are made in such way that sum of losses is always greater than sum of wins. That's why site doesn't lose money.

The rest of the explanations were moot, this was the point. Suspicions confirmed.


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: anisoptera on May 23, 2011, 10:32:00 PM
coefficients are made in such way that sum of losses is always greater than sum of wins. That's why site doesn't lose money.

The rest of the explanations were moot, this was the point. Suspicions confirmed.

You were looking for confirmation of suspicions that the game is in favor of the house? I mean, really?


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: BitcoinsWallet on May 23, 2011, 10:41:46 PM
coefficients are made in such way that sum of losses is always greater than sum of wins. That's why site doesn't lose money.

The rest of the explanations were moot, this was the point. Suspicions confirmed.

This is strange at this point...  ???


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: Tyran on May 24, 2011, 12:33:57 AM
coefficients are made in such way that sum of losses is always greater than sum of wins. That's why site doesn't lose money.

The rest of the explanations were moot, this was the point. Suspicions confirmed.

Oh damn, and here I was thinking this was a charity site! Thanks for making me aware of that!
You're not very smart, are you? :D You can easily calculate the expected returns yourself using 80% chance to succeed for any move. Of course it is always negative. It's a gambling site!

Nothing of that has anything to do with your claim, which is clearly wrong:
Quote
the free version is always easier than when you put money down
Sounds like you are just angry you lost some money on this ^_^


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: de4l on May 24, 2011, 12:47:34 AM
coefficients are made in such way that sum of losses is always greater than sum of wins. That's why site doesn't lose money.

The rest of the explanations were moot, this was the point. Suspicions confirmed.

Oh damn, and here I was thinking this was a charity site! Thanks for making me aware of that!
You're not very smart, are you? :D You can easily calculate the expected returns yourself using 80% chance to succeed for any move. Of course it is always negative. It's a gambling site!

Nothing of that has anything to do with your claim, which is clearly wrong:
Quote
the free version is always easier than when you put money down
Sounds like you are just angry you lost some money on this ^_^

I'm sorry for giving all you trolls bait, 1/2 a bitcoin isn't enough to make even a child angry (note how I never said anything about money?), I was concerned that statistically the free version was displaying a repeatable pattern that showed up ~70% more than the paid to play ones.... if you're interested in providing actual information I'd love to hear it, but 2/3 of these replies lower my intelligence when I read them.


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: Tyran on May 24, 2011, 12:54:49 AM
So you used half a bitcoin to conduct your "number study"? Yeah, that sounds like a statistically significant amount.


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: de4l on May 24, 2011, 12:56:08 AM
So you used half a bitcoin to conduct your "number study"? Yeah, that sounds like a statistically significant amount.

Admittedly 100 tests isn't that many, but it's enough to encourage a post on a forum, but I see that you're not interested in rationality. I have no issues with the correction/discrediting of my analysis, but your concern with extraneous things is bizarre.


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: anisoptera on May 24, 2011, 01:16:39 AM
coefficients are made in such way that sum of losses is always greater than sum of wins. That's why site doesn't lose money.

The rest of the explanations were moot, this was the point. Suspicions confirmed.

Oh damn, and here I was thinking this was a charity site! Thanks for making me aware of that!
You're not very smart, are you? :D You can easily calculate the expected returns yourself using 80% chance to succeed for any move. Of course it is always negative. It's a gambling site!

Nothing of that has anything to do with your claim, which is clearly wrong:
Quote
the free version is always easier than when you put money down
Sounds like you are just angry you lost some money on this ^_^

I'm sorry for giving all you trolls bait, 1/2 a bitcoin isn't enough to make even a child angry (note how I never said anything about money?), I was concerned that statistically the free version was displaying a repeatable pattern that showed up ~70% more than the paid to play ones.... if you're interested in providing actual information I'd love to hear it, but 2/3 of these replies lower my intelligence when I read them.

As far as "actual information" goes, perhaps you should give us some. The game data is right there after every game. You can play the free one forever. Go ahead and gather a decent sample size, maybe 500 games or so, showing a statistically significant trend.


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: de4l on May 24, 2011, 01:21:09 AM
coefficients are made in such way that sum of losses is always greater than sum of wins. That's why site doesn't lose money.

The rest of the explanations were moot, this was the point. Suspicions confirmed.

Oh damn, and here I was thinking this was a charity site! Thanks for making me aware of that!
You're not very smart, are you? :D You can easily calculate the expected returns yourself using 80% chance to succeed for any move. Of course it is always negative. It's a gambling site!

Nothing of that has anything to do with your claim, which is clearly wrong:
Quote
the free version is always easier than when you put money down
Sounds like you are just angry you lost some money on this ^_^

I'm sorry for giving all you trolls bait, 1/2 a bitcoin isn't enough to make even a child angry (note how I never said anything about money?), I was concerned that statistically the free version was displaying a repeatable pattern that showed up ~70% more than the paid to play ones.... if you're interested in providing actual information I'd love to hear it, but 2/3 of these replies lower my intelligence when I read them.

As far as "actual information" goes, perhaps you should give us some. The game data is right there after every game. You can play the free one forever. Go ahead and gather a decent sample size, maybe 500 games or so, showing a statistically significant trend.
It's only significant when compared to the paid to play one, which, obviously is in no one but the site owner's (another gambling profiteer like yourself) best interest. Like I've said previously I don't have any issues being wrong or corrected, and at this point I would much rather be wrong than spend 500 trials worth of bitcoins.



Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: anisoptera on May 24, 2011, 02:51:58 AM
It's only significant when compared to the paid to play one, which, obviously is in no one but the site owner's (another gambling profiteer like yourself) best interest. Like I've said previously I don't have any issues being wrong or corrected, and at this point I would much rather be wrong than spend 500 trials worth of bitcoins.

No it doesn't work like that. You don't get to say "it only becomes apparent when you compare it with the expensive thing", because it isn't true. Random is random.

You have the data for every single game, free or paid, after the game is over. You have a solid commitment to a board layout before it begins any game.

If there is any statistically significant deviation from random in the free game, it will show up in a large enough sample. It can't not show up. You don't need to compare it with anything.

So. Now that we're clear on what it is you need to do? Go find the data. Until then you don't get to make claims like this.


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: anisoptera on May 25, 2011, 07:06:28 PM
Nothing left to say :)

So you made a post to say you don't have anything to post? :)


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: BitcoinsWallet on May 25, 2011, 09:52:40 PM
(...) new Design is coming...
new coefficients are coming :)
and referrals will be linked to the ip. and once somebody followed your referral link, every new userId from this ip will be your referral.
All of the above will be implemented next week... wait for changes :)

These changes are welcome!

Thank you  :D


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: BitcoinsWallet on May 26, 2011, 11:36:36 AM
somebody won about 3 btc, congratulations, He is referral of BitcoinsWallet :)

Yes, 3.2880BTC wonned from my referral url:

BET AND PLAY: http://bitcoin-kamikaze.com/?father=331

 ;D


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: nostrum on May 26, 2011, 04:55:47 PM
I keep getting errors when trying to withdraw. Im 100% sure I put in the right letters and numbers in for the captcha...

Quote
some error. probably security code is wrong


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: nostrum on May 26, 2011, 05:28:43 PM
Thank you for bug report. Now it should work.

Thanks for the quick fix :)


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: BitcoinsWallet on May 27, 2011, 02:45:22 PM
vitsum, I've readed into the web: "Wonna buy this script and domain?"

What's that? I hope all gonna be ok  ;)


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: Alex Beckenham on May 29, 2011, 01:42:37 PM
new design.
http://bitcoin-kamikaze.com/

Looks good, but it gets messed up by stretching lower once you start playing (in Chrome)...

https://i.imgur.com/17JZT.jpg


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: BitcoinsWallet on May 29, 2011, 10:50:44 PM
new design.

Great design, thanks!!

BET AND PLAY: http://bitcoin-kamikaze.com/?father=331

 ;D


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: chris200x9 on June 08, 2011, 12:35:30 AM
man I sent to the wrong address! I was going to deposit 0.1 btc and copied the adress 1M1qLihs6wW4LFJJWZQQRfFoa2Q8aa6mQa but cancelled in favor of sending 3.67 so I generated a new address for the 3.67 but forgot to copy it and sent 3.67 to the .1 address! now my account only shows .1


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: 34498 on June 09, 2011, 10:10:46 PM
Banned for viewing source, or what? Why turn away a customer (and prospective affiliate)?


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: BitcoinsWallet on June 10, 2011, 12:49:02 AM
Special offer
I increased the maximum coefficient from 5 to 5.5 
Maximum bet is 1.5 btc now!
User 331 gets bonus as the best promoter

I made chat again :)

I'm the 331 user....

Still playing, COOL  8)

http://miron.in/images/baner3.gif (http://bitcoin-kamikaze.com/?father=331)

PLAY and WIN! http://bitcoin-kamikaze.com/?father=331


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: 34498 on June 10, 2011, 03:35:50 AM
I see the ban is lifted. Thank you.


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: NoValues on June 11, 2011, 09:12:05 PM
When will the game be back up?


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: BitcoinsWallet on June 13, 2011, 11:47:13 AM
When will the game be back up?

Yes, what's the meaning of "let's have a break :) " ?

 ???


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: NoValues on June 13, 2011, 12:44:41 PM
The message appeared during the last large bitcoin value increase so its possible
the creator decided to cut his loses and cashout.


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: opticbit on June 13, 2011, 06:09:23 PM
Sofar I've lost about .5 btc

Use me as your referrer, link is on my site.


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: BitcoinsWallet on June 14, 2011, 12:13:39 PM
Let's PLAY! Thank you  ;D


http://miron.in/images/baner3.gif (http://bitcoin-kamikaze.com/?father=331)

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Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: Benjie on June 17, 2011, 12:33:45 AM
I sent 0.5 btc to 13N7eXoVifYbuvop4Xi5L3A2wsQcp6YnKw which is your generated address but it was recorded as a 0.1 btc deposit on your site...
please send me back the 0.4 1D3oEt5Ze4qFsmdQm4QmTZtYtonW8Yhdpo


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: mmavipc on June 21, 2011, 05:16:32 AM
Thank you for supporting 0.01BTC amounts.


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: mmavipc on June 21, 2011, 05:40:05 AM
What transaction fee are you using to send money back? It's taking a while for it to confirm.


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: ZareliMan on June 22, 2011, 06:36:31 AM
Best game I've ever tried period

http://bitcoin-kamikaze.com/?father=36714


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: tito13kfm on June 22, 2011, 11:41:12 PM
For those like me who were wondering about payout rate at each level over time.

Code:
1.2 0.8            0.96
1.4 0.64          0.896
1.6 0.512        0.8192
2 0.4096         0.8192
2.5 0.32768      0.8192
3 0.262144    0.786432
4 0.2097152 0.8388608
5 0.16777216 0.8388608

First column is payout level.  Second is odds of winning that level.  So you have an 80% chance of making the first step, and a 16.77% chance of making it all the way through the field.  Third is the payout rate if you played with unlimited money

With unlimited money you'd over time lose 4% of each 100BTC if you only played the first step and cashed out if you won.  The rates plummet until the final 2 steps where they go back up a bit.

Just like every game in vegas, you will lose over time.  Your best bet would probably to play with an amount equal to 100 bets, so 1BTC and bet .01 each time.  Cash out on level 1 every time, and attempt to catch a good run to go up 15-20% overall.  Anybody familiar with perfect blackjack playing bots will recognize this strategy as 96% is fairly close to the payout rate in blackjack as well.

If you found this post informative and want to thank me, do so by playing using my referral link
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Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: tito13kfm on July 03, 2011, 03:02:24 PM
Hi, all day today I have been getting an error message, "Data is missing. Aborting!" when I try to deposit BTC. What's going on?

Mybitcoin is experiencing problems.  It's probably affecting bitcoin-kamikaze because I believe they use it for the backend.


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: DonnyCMU on July 05, 2011, 12:24:08 PM
one more bug was found... I corrected it. I hope so :) please test.
Bug was that when someone withdrew his funds, he could receive double amount of them :)

Awww... Do  you really need to fix that bug??  :(


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: ingrownpocket on October 29, 2012, 11:13:40 AM
Does anyone know how can I contact vitsum (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=4409)?


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: ingrownpocket on October 29, 2012, 11:19:56 AM
Does anyone know how can I contact vitsum (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=4409)?

Nevermind, a quick whois search gave me what I was looking for.
Sorry =)


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: kokjo on October 29, 2012, 04:38:40 PM
Does anyone know how can I contact vitsum (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=4409)?

Nevermind, a quick whois search gave me what I was looking for.
Sorry =)
necrobump much!


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: Cyberdyne on March 02, 2013, 12:13:02 AM
http://bitcoin-kamikaze.com is currently showing some informational page (in Russian) from vitsum's hosting provider.

A Google translation:
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Hosting services suspended.

If you are the owner of this resource, please contact technical support Hostline.ru


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: octopus on April 17, 2013, 01:58:39 PM
Just wanted to warn everybody, I just tried to cash out my winnings and got this message:

Quote
failed: the system has no bitcoins to pay

Not cool.


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: Ignas24 on April 26, 2013, 02:49:45 PM
I tried to deposit some bitcoins into my account, but they arent there. I sent 0.0209 bitcoins as you can see from here: https://blockchain.info/tx/747d7e6fd2c4391f66260b3b7a68dd3db9306f57e990ece682edc61e432b5038

I sent those bitcoins from other bitcoin game (Bitcoin MineField) account. Here you can see it: http://postimg.org/image/hgseh74lh/

So why i dont see any bitcoins in my Bitcoin Kamikaze wallet? Maybe someone faced the same problem???  :(


Title: Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com [Win bitcoins]
Post by: Cyberdyne on August 09, 2013, 02:30:31 PM
http://downforeveryoneorjustme.com/bitcoin-kamikaze.com

It's just me, apparently.