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21  Economy / Gambling / Re: FORTUNEJACK.COM |Deposit 777 play with 1777 mBTC |Live Casino, Slots, Betting on: January 17, 2019, 04:08:03 PM
Hey FortuneJack, could you please respond to the PM I sent you guys a week ago, thanks!
22  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: What? Where? How? on: January 12, 2019, 04:45:32 PM
Hey OP, you literally are advertising in your signature for one of those sites that you are looking for.

Sites with faucets include, but are not limited to: Bitsler, YoloDice, Crypto-Games and Bitvest
23  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: received 500 free satoshi? on: January 12, 2019, 04:24:07 PM
Well I have seen things like this happen more often.
It basically is a company/coin/whatever that wants to attract attentions, and sends out a large number of very small amounts to known used addresses, and hope that the receiver will check out who sent it.
24  Economy / Gambling / Re: bustabit The original crash game on: January 12, 2019, 09:20:26 AM
With the bonus feature (sadly) gone, does anyone know of any sites still offering such a thing?


Well, it has been gone for a long time already.

To answer your question: I know that ethercrash.io does offer the bonus feature.
25  Economy / Gambling / Re: BitStakes.io - Ultra Fast Dice, Roulette, PvP Coinflip - Social Gambling Site on: January 08, 2019, 12:01:07 AM
Hey guys,

May I note that you guys advertise incorrectly with the 0.3% house edge. It's simply 1%, so false advertising.
Also, the 'roulette' house edge is an insane 6,67% house edge, which is even higher than American roulette (which in itself is extremely high compared to the European one).
26  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Suggest me some gambling site on: January 03, 2019, 06:30:53 PM
I actually made a website to answer the OP's question: bitcoincasinosource.info

I also made a thread about it
27  Economy / Gambling / Re: 🔶 YOLOdice.com 🔶 play & invest - BTC - LTC - ETH - DOGE on: January 03, 2019, 01:31:48 PM
http://prntscr.com/m2kikd  http://prntscr.com/m2kj15  http://prntscr.com/m2kjfd   and many more players who lose on percentages such as 80% 85% and 90% these odds are a scam

Did you ever hear about provably fair ?

I think you might be underestimating variance, and the fact that long losing streaks are more likely to happen over time
28  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: bitcoincheaters.com is NOW online on: January 03, 2019, 10:48:49 AM
1. Wrong place to place this thread, since it's not bitcoin discussion.
2. It's absolutely not okay to make an ad here, on your competitors website.
29  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Re: Generate New BTC address with private key on: January 03, 2019, 12:00:02 AM
you can use bitaddress.org to generate large amounts of addresses with private keys.

edit: I read the comment from the guy below who advised not to use online services. I do agree with him, but you can use the website above offline as well after you've opened the page.
30  Economy / Gambling / Re: bustabit The original crash game on: January 02, 2019, 03:22:24 PM
Another question. Considering the current onsite and offsite bankroll, what percentage of the onsite bankroll would have the casino to lose so that a player with 1:3 leverage (1 onsite, 2 offsite) would lose everything she deposited?

Would it be 1/(investor's leverage/average leverage) ?

So in this example: 1/(3/(5243/2978)=1/(3/1.76)=1/1.7=0.59; 59% drop; 2978*0.59=1757 BTC lost by the casino

I think it's like this:

The investor has 1/3rd of his investment onsite, and 2/3rd offsite. Wins and losses are added and subtracted from his onsite investment. If the total bankroll decreases with 1%, his total investment decreases with 1% (fees are not included in this example). Since the offsite investment profits are also added to the onsite investment, the offsite investment decreases with 3%.
We can conclude that if the total bankroll loses 33.3%, the onsite investment would be 'used up', and therefore will be gone. With the current total bankroll that would be (.33333 * 5050BTC =) 1683 BTC
31  Economy / Gambling / Re: Top 10 Online Casino with review on: December 27, 2018, 05:08:15 PM
I do suggest vegascasino.io
I've been to many online gambling sites but I can say that I am now satisfied in this online casino. Why? Upon the registration, you will already recieve a 100% bonus reward to help you with your start along with loyalty rewards. There are also many gambling games to choose from such as video poker, blackjack, baccarat, slots and more. On top of these things, Bitcoin is the mode of payment which means, it will be faster and cheaper. It is basically a cryptogambling site which is an advantage because it would give further security and enjoyment to the gamblers.

Well it looks cool and stuff, but I don't see any advantages when I compare it to FortuneJack. To be honest, FortuneJack might be better, since they are fully focussed on crypto's, and offer gambling with altcoins as well as BTC.
32  Economy / Gambling / Re: [Overview of all bitcoin casinos] Latest update: 10-11-18 WEBSITE LAUNCHED on: December 24, 2018, 02:01:32 PM
I know that I have to update this thread more often, but I've been working on my new website: bitcoincasinosource.info

Now I want to ask you guys: for every website I review, I need a good amount of criteria that are important to the gambler. The visitor should see how a certain website scores on certain points. Which criteria do you think that are essential to review? Please let me know by commenting in this thread, or by sending me a PM.
33  Economy / Gambling / Re: [Overview of all bitcoin casinos] Latest update: 10-11-18 WEBSITE LAUNCHED on: November 10, 2018, 02:29:12 PM

umm.. yolodice started supporting doge coins and opened investment option for ltc/doge.

That's true, but that's exactly what I already have in the list. As you can see, I wrote that Yolodice offers 3 other coins next to BTC: LTC, ETH en DOGE.
34  Economy / Gambling / Re: [Overview of all bitcoin casinos] Latest update: 10-11-18 WEBSITE LAUNCHED on: November 10, 2018, 02:00:58 PM
Hey everyone, it has been a long long time since I last edited this topic, but I found some time, so I have updated it for now. The information in the table should be updated. Also, I have removed websites which are not available anymore, and I have added Dice-Bet to the dice list.


Since I haven't been around too much lately, I would like to hear from you guys if any more new websites have launched lately.

35  Economy / Gambling / Re: Stake.com | The Bitcoin Casino | Plinko, Mines, Blackjack, Roulette + 8 more 👽 on: August 03, 2018, 07:16:47 PM
Do I need some sort of code for the affiliate link? Tried to create one but nothing happens.

On the affiliate page, you need to fill in the name you want for yourself to keep track under 'campaign name', and the code you want under 'campaign code'.
The code you create will be in your URL 'https://stake.com/?code=[yourcodehere]'
36  Economy / Gambling / Re: BitShuffle.io - Graph Betting on: July 16, 2018, 03:15:20 PM

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Thats freaking 25% house edge on that case where you would able to get 1.75 if you do able to hit prediction.

I don't think that's the case. I'm not sure, but I think since the average of the graph is always 1.00, it's more likely to go up when it's below 1.00, and more likely to go down when it's over 1.00.


Another thing that does concern me though, is that they claim to be provably fair (which would be a good thing), but I can't find a way on your site to actually verify it. Can you guys show me how we can actually verify that it's fair.
Also, I'd like to know the actual house edge. Can't be very low, since you guys give 1.5% of all bets to your affiliate partners.



Edit: this is weird, on this thread you claim 1.5% of all bets for affiliates, but on your site you give 5%. That must be an insane house edge you have there
37  Economy / Reputation / Re: aTriz account has most likely changed hands on: July 05, 2018, 08:48:40 AM
I've just asked aTriz on Telegram.
Me:
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did you give away/sell your aTriz account?
This is his explanation:
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nope de nope
Lol. I just hired a guy to complete 15 posts a week so I could earn something from signature and pay the dues.
I don't think a signed message will prove anything more than this.

I don't get that. I mean, I do understand why one would hire someone to post for them, but at some point, the original aTriz must realize that he is getting flagged, which he shouldn't want to happen to his reputation.

If something like that would happen to me, I would fire the guy who posts for me directly after the first negative trust. Why didn't he do that?
38  Economy / Gambling / Re: FORTUNEJACK.COM |Deposit 777 play with 1777 mBTC |Live Casino, Slots, Betting on: July 05, 2018, 08:21:40 AM
I recently.. Signed up with FortuneJack. I have tried doing the freeplay and have seen the live version for BlackJack and Baccarat. Anyone from the community who can suggest if it's better to go Live via games or the automated ones?

LIVE!!

play live games if you can the automated ones always leave me feeling cheated however the lives games you can actually watch the shuffle BY HAND!!


I agree here. If the automated version is not provably fair, you should absolutely go for the live games.
39  Economy / Gambling / Re: ★ Crypto-Games.net ★ Roulette and Dice Progressive JACKPOT!!! ★ on: July 02, 2018, 08:37:24 AM

As Luptin explained before, you agreed to their rules that they can refuse any withdrawals, and that funds of blocked accounts cannot be withdrawn.


I personally don't agree with the rule either, and I think that it should be made clear what would happen to the funds of a blocked account, but that's another story.



I think it was made pretty clear what happens to funds from a blocked account.

From the FAQ: " Can I have multiple accounts?
No, only one account per person is allowed. Players with multiple accounts will be blocked and all funds, including investments, will be confiscated."

From the ToS: "4.3. Each player is authorized only one account. Users with more accounts, or players who use outside scripts to interfere with our bidding system, including but not limited to VPN services, will be automatically blocked. Blocked players cannot play or withdraw funds. "

How could they have been any more clear?

Well, they tell me that 'the funds  are confescated'. What happens to it. Does it go to the bankroll? Does it go to the site creators? Does it go to the mods? Is it waiting for nothing in eternity?
40  Economy / Gambling / Re: ★ Crypto-Games.net ★ Roulette and Dice Progressive JACKPOT!!! ★ on: July 01, 2018, 10:59:42 PM
Confiscating my coins because I was unaware of your rule, which is an unjust one about having two accounts is not a decent business practice.

Please explain what the harm is to players that like to play different betting styles to have two accounts?

I like one account on autoplay for fun and the other to gamble as desired.

How is it not theft taking my coins?



As Luptin explained before, you agreed to their rules that they can refuse any withdrawals, and that funds of blocked accounts cannot be withdrawn.


I personally don't agree with the rule either, and I think that it should be made clear what would happen to the funds of a blocked account, but that's another story.
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