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1  Economy / Gambling / BitsinoDice - 1% House Edge. Provably Fair. Open source and transparent on: December 17, 2014, 09:19:03 AM
BitsinoDice is a new generation of dice site designed from the ground up to be fair and secure.


Bitsino social media bonus!

Post a tweet or Facebook with a link to our site  to earn a 0.001 BTC bonus on your account.

For tweets add in #bitcoins  #dicegame or any other trending # 

To qualify you must have at least 200 followers or Facebook friends, post a link to your tweet/post on this topic along with your Bitsinodice bitcoin address and receive a bonus from us  Smiley happy gaming

Open Source

We believe a dice site is only really provably fair if everyone has access to the source code.

You can view our source code over on github.

You’re welcome to clone the code and run your own site if you like. Good luck.


We are the first gambling site as far as we know to implement a multi signature solution for customer deposits. All deposits are pulled into a multi sig fund each day. And we pay out from the same fund with sign off from the CTO and CEO of bitsino.


Please ask, we’re here to help.
2  Economy / Services / StrongCoin Hybrid Bitcoin Wallet - Signature Referral Campaign. on: September 16, 2014, 02:46:33 PM
STRONGCOIN - Secure Bitcoin Storage.


StrongCoin has been in operation since 2011 and is a hybrid wallet. We've operated a referral scheme for over a year now.

Affiliate Scheme

Pretty simple to join, no application necessary. Add a link to our site in your signature (or anywhere else actually) with YOUR bitcoin address in the link. Whenever someone follows your link and registers we track them. When your user makes a payment with StrongCoin we split the 1% fee with you.


Our most successful affiliate has generated 14BTC (6500 USD) in profits.

Any Questions...

Just ask.

3  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Signing multi sig transaction from a QR code. on: May 07, 2014, 12:12:13 PM
Still a work in progress but feedback gratefully appreciated.

So basically Stamp is mobile app HD wallet generated from a seed (currently electrum) that can then create master public keys and sign TX's. (Stamp never holds coins).

To do this it simply scans a QR code. For the user, this is very simple to use.


Online market place using multi sig for escrow.

1. On signup the market place can ask for a MPK (Master public key) via a QR code.
2. Stamp POST's back the MPK via HTTP.
3. Site can then generate any number of P2SH addresses.
4. To sign a Transaction site generates a QR code.
5. Stamp scans the code, grabs the TX using HTTP get, signs it, POST's it back.

Another Example

Online wallet

1. On signup wallets requests MPK via QR Code.
2. Stamp sends it one.
3. Wallet creates Bitcoin P2SH addresses.
4. When user wants to send a payment they have to scan the QR code to sign it.

Poor mans Trezor.

If anyone would like to help me out with this or provide (constructive) criticism, fire away.
4  Economy / Service Announcements / [ANN] StrongCoin - Escrow Services. BIP38, Fast, secure and easy to use. on: March 03, 2014, 10:53:34 AM
We are now offering a BIP38 compatible escrow service. We will act as mediators in the case of a dispute.

Benefits are.

  • Escrows can be setup in seconds. 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
  • StrongCoin does not hold any funds, just a vote if a dispute is raised.
  • Most escrows can be settled person to person and funds release immediately if agreement is reached.
  • 1% fee.
  • Manage multiple escrow agreements at a time through our user interface.
  • StrongCoin has been in operation since 2011.

The service is new, so please speak to us through support before committing large amounts into escrow or if you have any questions. N.B. Dispute resolution is through normal support hours.

We welcome any feedback.

5  Economy / Currency exchange / I'm looking for people to sell Bitcoins at upto 10% markup on Bitstamp price. on: August 27, 2013, 03:08:17 PM
It's now possible for StrongCoin users to buy Bitcoins through a new "Buy Bitcoins" feature on the site. The features is aimed at people who are new to Bitcoin.

I am looking for people who would be willing to take orders from our users and sell them BTC. You will need to provide a bank account and we are only currently supporting payment methods that can't be charged back.

The order process from our users goes like this.

1. User enters amount of BTC to buy and the payment method they want to use (i.e. SEPA)
2. The site scans through all the available sellers and matches the payment method against the best rate.
3. If the user accepts the quote they can then see the bank details to send payment to.

As a seller you would need to do the following.

1. Wait for emails from StrongCoin showing you that an order has been made.
2. Wait for the payment to enter your bank account.
3. The payment will have a reference code, enter the reference into Strongcoin when you have sent the Bitcoins.
4. The order will now be marked as complete.

One more thing.

You will need to leave a BTC deposit at StrongCoin. The deposit will be for the amount of BTC you wish to trade. For example if you want to receive orders up to 10BTC, you will need to leave 10BTC deposit. This is to deter scammers from collecting funds and then not sending the BTC.

If you are interested please PM me or even better contact me through the StrongCoin contact page.
6  Economy / Services / Make money and share in StrongCoin profits. on: August 12, 2013, 03:18:50 PM
We now have an affiliate scheme. Let me know your thoughts.
7  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Algorithm for elliptic curve point compression on: June 18, 2013, 02:28:39 PM
I'd be grateful if someone here could help out with curve compression for me.

8  Other / Beginners & Help / StrongCoin key leak. on: April 03, 2013, 07:46:02 AM
This is a thread to answer questions on the StrongCoin key and clue field leak.
9  Economy / Services / Your public address in the StrongCoin address book on: March 12, 2013, 01:10:26 PM
All StrongCoin accounts have an address book.

I'm proposing to auction of 5 spots to anyone who wants StrongCoin users to have quick access to your public address. This would be for 1 year.

Please post offers here.
10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Sell your XRP on Bitcoinary. on: February 27, 2013, 04:07:13 PM
If anyone is interested in selling ripples through escrow then please consider selling them through Bitcoinary. We have included XRP in the currency popup.

Please post in this thread the link to any trades you create.

11  Other / Beginners & Help / 10BTC in Bitcoin giveaway. on: February 21, 2013, 08:48:48 PM
Over on I'm giving away 10BTC for the best posts.

The forum is newby friendly and is running the latest version of discourse.

12  Economy / Services / Logo wanted - for new bitcoin forum. on: February 21, 2013, 04:19:05 PM
Can someone do me a logo for

It should be in the discourse style. Thanks.
13  Other / Beginners & Help / Help me with testing and get 1BTC for $5 on: January 24, 2013, 01:31:15 PM
I need some help testing the new escrow functionality on bitcoinary.

I've created a trade

If you're interested then please send a message via the bitcojnary message functionality and I'll execute the trade.

14  Local / 中文 (Chinese) / Bitcoinary - Translation request. on: June 21, 2012, 08:04:50 PM
I've been able to translate Bitcoinary in Russian and Portuguese.

Would anyone be able to convert the site to chinese for me ?

To do this you just need to translate the file located here

You can see a thread here discussing this.

15  Economy / Service Announcements / - The new smart way to buy and sell Bitcoins. on: June 08, 2012, 01:36:48 PM

Current exchanges between them handle about 17 currencies (GBP, EUR, USD etc) but what about the other 150+ currencies in the world ? and what about some of the other ways people want to buy or sell i.e. Paypal ?

Bitcoinary is a peer to peer exchange, or more simply a person to person exchange. It's like an e-bay but for Bitcoins. You can create a trading history similar to the bitcoin-otc, a web of trust if you like. Also people can link to their social profiles and mobile number to establish credibility and reputation.

Be a Market Maker

Are you in a country underserved by Bitcoin exchanges currently ? You could make money as a market maker for your local currency and using Bitcoinary to meet buyers and sellers.

Also there are other markets that are underserved that would benefit from Bitcoinary.

Chicken and Egg

This is going to be a difficult site to get up and running, It's going to take time to establish a decent level of buyers and sellers.

To help kick things off I'm going to be a market maker for Paypal trades. I'm then looking to recruit as many market makers as possible. If you're interested PM me here or through the contact page on the site.


I think a site like this is key to making Bitcoin successful, we need to open up Bitcoin to more countries and more markets.

I'd love to hear what people think about Bitcoinary, I'm pretty thick skinned so don't pull any punches.
16  Other / Beginners & Help / StrongCoin - How can I make it easier for people new to Bitcoin. on: May 09, 2012, 11:50:57 AM

StrongCoin has been running successfully now for many months with over a 1000 users. But, the feedback I'm getting is that it's not beginner friendly.

If you look at the following guide for developers the criteria for a beginner wallet would be to hold the balances in a Fiat currency say USD and use the Bitcoin network to transfer funds around. Any BTC funds received at the wallet would instantly be turned back into USD.

Is that something you'd like to see in a Bitcoin wallet ?


17  Other / Beginners & Help / Bounty 30 BTC - Bump 2 phones together and transfer Bitcoins. on: April 26, 2012, 08:13:38 AM
Update : I've raised the bounty.

I want to merge BumpPay and Instawallet.

BumpPay uses your phones orientation and location api to to detect the intention to make a payment. They have an API so they can handle all the location stuff for us. Instant wallets. cool.

What I want.

I want a simple HTML5 web page that works on android and iphone.

1. User goes to the site and they are immediately redirected to a unique URL, i.e. BitBump/asd2345dfg

2. The user needs to bookmark this page.

3. The page has a unique bitcoin address and a balance. Send coins to the address and the balance will update. You can source address balances from The address you can generate from the unqiue URL using the Bitcoin Javascript libraries.

4. The page has a make payment button. The user presses the button and enters an amount.

Now The exciting bit.

5. When the user bumps phones with another BitBump user running the web page the funds transfer from one account to another. You can detect phone motion in Javascript

6. The user receving the funds will get a notification on their phone.

7. Congratulations, you've just made any smartphone a payment device in seconds.

Any questions just ask, I run so I'm familiar with the technical side of generating Bitcoin payments via Javascriot.
18  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / What features should I add to the Strongcoin e-wallet ? on: April 13, 2012, 01:26:33 PM
I've got a bit of free time coming up and I'd like to spend some of that on StrongCoin. Here's a few features I'm considering.

1. Email a PDF of your encrypted private keys to you once a month.
2. Add the ability to send Bitcoins by email. i.e. You could send a non bitcoin users 0.05 BTC and they would register with StrongCoin to claim the coins.
3. Make the site usable on iphone and android. e.g. add a pin so you can quickly send/receive coinds without typing in your full password.

Do these sound useful ?

Does anyone have an idea that would fix a pain they are having at the moment ?


19  Economy / Service Announcements / [ANNOUNCE] StrongCoin Merchants API on: January 10, 2012, 03:19:27 PM
I've added an API to Strongcoin aimed at merchants who want an easy way to integrate instant Bitcoin payments into their site.


1. I generate you a unique Bitcoin address.
2. User makes payment to that address.
3. A soon as I detect the transaction I notify you of the sale.

Payment notifications are instant so the API is potentially open to a double spend attack. See details here

However I believe instant payments give a better experience to end users and that there are techniques we can use on the server side to make the risks negligible.

You can see an example of the API for bitcoin instant micro payments at, click on a price to see a nice QR code popup. The popup will turn into a download link as soon as you make payment.
20  Economy / Service Discussion / Is there a freelance site that pays out in Bitcoin ? on: November 27, 2011, 12:22:50 PM
I'm looking for a freelance site with decent traffic where the developers can choose Bitcoin as a payment method.

Also the fees would need to be low i.e. less than 5%.

Anybody heard of one ?
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