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1  Economy / Gambling / Re: IMPORTANT ★ Your password may have been stolen!!! on: May 06, 2017, 07:54:13 AM
probably bitsler will force users to change password on next login, but still that's a huge leak.  Shocked
2  Economy / Gambling / Re: ▂▃▅▆█ BITSLER █▆▅▃▂ 9 BILLIONS bets Promotion🎁 50% affiliation promotion 🎁 on: May 06, 2017, 07:52:51 AM
Huge punch for bitsler...looks like someone stole 35,000 usernames/passwords
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1902543.msg18884066#msg18884066

You should take security more seriously.
3  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: [ANN] BetBase.io | Platform for Bitcoin casinos [BETA] on: May 06, 2017, 07:50:31 AM
Since your game scripts are known by backdoors and bugs, will you or investors cover stolen amounts?
Normally when you are accusing someone of breaking the law or providing faulty service you need to prove it.
Without serious argumentation and evidence that their scripts are bad, full of bugs and backdoors your comment lack substance.
Looks like I was right after all, huh!?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1871267.msg18639727#msg18639727

johny1976 the ultimate bug creator Cheesy
4  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: [ANN] BetBase.io | Platform for Bitcoin casinos [BETA] on: November 29, 2016, 10:22:56 AM
Since your game scripts are known by backdoors and bugs, will you or investors cover stolen amounts?
5  Economy / Gambling / Re: Awesome bitcoin faucet + AUTOPILOT script on: October 30, 2016, 08:33:23 AM
I would be very careful running those scripts
6  Economy / Gambling / Re: Who is the best Bankroll among this sites and why? on: October 30, 2016, 08:22:55 AM
Because betking is having 6,377 bitcoins in their bankroll your share will be only 0,00784%, means you'll have tiny profits.
share at cryptogames.net (979 bitcoin bankroll) will be 0,051%, share at moneypot (738 bitcoin bankroll) will be 0,0677%.
Since moneypot is not profitable for a long time, i wouldn't invest there, leaving you a chance between cryptogames and betking. Cryptogames is having lower house edge on dice than betking, but is having higher on other games and giving you higher percentage in bankroll.
It's also explained in this post: http://bitcoingamblingreviews.com/bitcoin-gambling-investments-212/
Based on that i would choose cryptogames
7  Economy / Gambling / Re: ▂▃▅▆█ BITSLER █▆▅▃▂█Version 2.1█600,000,000 bets█INSTANT DEPO(0 confirm)█ on: August 11, 2016, 07:03:30 AM
I'm sorry to say this but your website is a copy paste from multiple websites and then combined into one. You even can't think on one simple unique promotion, NO you have to copy it from someone. ALL the things you have, you copied from someone. You can be ashamed of yourself.

Almost all dice site using the same script that makes it look similar. Even though if what you say is true that they are only a combination from multiple sites, at least they do not only copy and paste. Do you know what Copy and Paste means?
Regarding their promos, are you sure that all the things they have are just the same with other sites? How about the Bounty Rolls game and lottery on chat? Could you tell me which site had the same promo?
Last question, why would they be ashamed while they have great community?

It's not about the script - even tho this one is the same as "popular" dadice. It's about an options and giveaways.
Did you check the copy paste rules about jackpot terms? They copied from crypto-games.net. Again check crypto-games.net about lottery giveaways and check it here. More - check leveling system and limit of faucet requests.
Look at current promotion and compare it with fortunejack jackpot.
And I bet there's more of copying from other websites.

Creme de la crem from their TOS: Only for earnings from faucets, we reserve the right not to authorize withdrawals.
It's like, sure you can play, but we won't pay you if you win a decent amout.
8  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: What are the Odds. on: August 10, 2016, 08:20:58 PM
Odds for winning are the best where you have edge over house. That could be at sports betting if bookies make a mistake with too high payouts.
9  Economy / Gambling / Re: ▂▃▅▆█ BITSLER █▆▅▃▂█Version 2.1█600,000,000 bets█INSTANT DEPO(0 confirm)█ on: August 10, 2016, 08:12:09 PM
I'm sorry to say this but your website is a copy paste from multiple websites and then combined into one. You even can't think on one simple unique promotion, NO you have to copy it from someone. ALL the things you have, you copied from someone. You can be ashamed of yourself.
10  Economy / Gambling / Re: 🌟🎲🌟 MoneyPot.com on: August 10, 2016, 08:08:10 PM
Wow congratulations for big win! I hope moneypot pays you soon.
11  Economy / Gambling / Re: ★Crypto-Games.net ★ 8 coins ★ Since 2014 ★ 500 mio bets ★ New game - ROULETTE! on: August 10, 2016, 08:06:15 PM
All Investors who had Ethereum investments on July 21st will receive the same amount of Ethereum Classic (ETC) on address they'll provide. That's total of 2380 ETC.
Email to investors was sent today.
Nice thing to give those coins to investors, even tho you could keep 'em. Thumbs up
12  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: the easiest way to make a profit from gambling? on: August 10, 2016, 08:03:58 PM
There's no easy profit, but there is easy lose! I only gamble with low amounts I don't really care if i lose them.
13  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: i win every day some btc, it's easy on: May 09, 2016, 06:02:37 PM
Lol, yeah it's easy, we can all win - sure. Don't bullshit us
14  Economy / Gambling / Re: ★Crypto-Games.net★ 8 coins ★ Since 2014 ★ NEW DESIGN ★ Dice ★ Slot ★ BJ ★Lottery on: May 09, 2016, 06:01:29 PM
Congratulations to user Flesco who won 2.997 Bitcoin on Slot!

https://www.crypto-games.net/fair.aspx?coin=undefined&type=4&id=1479055
GZ, I'm envy Cheesy
15  Economy / Gambling / Re: 20 BTC investment into gambling site on: April 22, 2016, 09:34:23 AM
Spread investment to 3-5 websites. don't go all in.
16  Economy / Gambling / Re: Instant withdrawal casino on: April 22, 2016, 08:58:15 AM
bubblesbit.com
coinroyale.com
betking.io
fortunejack.com
primedice.com
satoshidice.com
betterbets.io
bitdice.me
crypto-games.net
safedice.com
rollin.io
bitsler.com

those has instant withdrawals (maybe i forgot some sites)
17  Economy / Gambling / Re: 🎲 DiceSites.com - List of dice sites w/ statistics, graphs & verifiers on: April 22, 2016, 08:53:03 AM
Nice site, maybe you can do some kind od calculator for expected profit if you invest x amount in dice website. That would be cool.
And another suggestion, add crypto-games, they're on the scene for some time.
18  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Bitcoin Gambling is Exploding on: April 22, 2016, 08:37:43 AM
But is it possible to make legal casino and accepting only bitcoins?
19  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Provably fair dice - real or bulshit ? on: April 22, 2016, 08:35:28 AM
Provably fair just means its not rigged.
Still 1% houseedge is quite high for an online casino.
I don't agree it's high, but its low. Go to online casinos who operates with dollars, and you'll see there's higher house edge.
20  Economy / Gambling / Re: SafeDICE.com ★ Bitcoin Dice ★ Monero ★ 0.5% Edge ★ Fast Cashout ★ Since 2014 on: April 17, 2016, 02:38:12 PM
You also need to prove your solvency before anyone will trust you again

EDIT: Site is back up and withdrawals seem to be working again.

Hey,

As most of you people know I won alot of bitcoins from safedice very recently (115btc). I thought this was a legit site that would pay out to its members if they won some bitoins but apparently they don't. I got an email today where they told me that they have cleared my account manually and sent it to my withdrawal address, the only problem is that it wasn't even my address. They scammed me and sent the bitcoins to their own address, making it look like they have paid me. Don't trust this website since they don't payout what they have to and tries to get away with it by creating fake email conversations that apparently came from me.

This site is not to be trusted and won't pay you out if you win quite a large amount of bitcoins... Cry Angry


Unfortunate to hear. Do you have any proof for this accusation?

Of course I do. I receieved a fake email from them today where I apparently asked them to send all my bitcoins from my safedice account to a bitcoin address that doesn't belong to me.

Here's the faked email I got today.
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B_UCHViPIycZOWFWbVZ2YS1RdzQ

Here's a page from my conversation with them.
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B_UCHViPIycZbzZPcG1mYW5VWFE

You can see that the log-box between the to mails are a bit different. That the emails are blue and clickable in the faked mail and not blue and not clickable in my conversation with them.
I've always ended my email with 'sincerely, Anton (huggermugger)' and never with just '//huggermugger'.

It also says in the faked email that I sent that email for just two days ago with the subject "withdrawal". But I've written to them from the 6th of April from an email with the subject "Withdraw bitcoins".


It is also strange that I sent this from my conversation today with the subject "withdraw bitcoins":
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B_UCHViPIycZdGtvY2NYQnJmX2M

And that they answered with this from a new conversation called "withdrawal" that I apparenly had written two days ago
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B_UCHViPIycZUUY2cjFFY3M5YlU


It seems that either admin is fooled by someone impersonating huggermugger or admin playing some trick to make sure that they own the 100+ btc for themselves. This is going to looks bad either way and this might be the end of safedice. 100 btc is a huge sum of bitcoin and definitely tempting to be stolen though I still hope the admin shed some lights here



Cold wallet is now 150% of the invested amount.
There was indeed a withdrawal issue and I need to revert some balance, all is good now, please refresh and retry


I wasn't playing any trick, I'm currently investigating this case to find some more explanation . I know what I saw and what email I received.

- I asked huggermuggger to confirm his email in the site because I received his manual withdrawal request.
- I replied to "withdrawal" conversation to refer huggermugger to the withdrawal address.

Any update on this?
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