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1021  Economy / Goods / Re: [WTB] 100 BTC Pirate Debt for 5BTC on: September 18, 2012, 02:14:53 AM
I was absent from the forum for a while and before that I left about 6000BTC in a PPT set to reinvest  Angry Very stupid idea.

So I came back and see it's all gone, but I would gladly take 5% for it since I don't think Pirate will pay anything back.
1022  Economy / Gambling / Re: satoshidice glitch? on: September 17, 2012, 12:12:18 PM
I've also waited several hours (5) with no payment on a win today, even though the deposit has been confirmed many times over.
1023  Bitcoin / Press / Re: Guidelines for Press board on: August 16, 2012, 04:06:50 AM
Hi Jeff,  I'm wondering why you chose this particular day to lock the other topic and start this one?

Did you know just yesterday http://bitcoinpress.com was launched with a similar intent?

Perhaps only coincidence.


There are only 3 titles in that site and all are from mid-April. Thank god no one waited around for that.

Yes, because the reorganization of the Press Hits on this forum kind of killed the site idea just a little.
1024  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: [ANN] GLBSE has a new look! on: May 02, 2012, 12:58:37 AM
There really isn't a reason to extend prices all the way to 8 decimal places on the main assets page; 2 should be plenty.  It'd make the overall page a lot cleaner.

I'd also agree with above comments about too much space between rows.

Overall though, great update, thanks for all your work on the site!

I would differ; I'm all for accuracy. More digits may not be important for all stocks, but they are for some.

In that case, may I suggest a compromise?

If you see the bet amounts on bitcoinrps.com, the significant figures are written in black, and the opacity of the remaining zeros is dropped lower.

Bitcoinica also does a similar thing where they write the first few digits large, and then the remaining ones in a smaller font.
1025  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Open for testing: Bitcoin RPS (Rock Paper Scissors challenge) on: May 02, 2012, 12:53:48 AM
Thank you everyone for your suggestions, we will have an updated release of the site up soon, and then ask "mem" to add it to his list of gambling sites.
1026  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Open for testing: Bitcoin RPS (Rock Paper Scissors challenge) on: April 29, 2012, 09:29:51 PM
This is super awesome. Love it.

Thanks for the endorsement. Hopefully there will be challenges from many different people listed on there instead of just the bot.
1027  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Open for testing: Bitcoin RPS (Rock paper scissors challenge) on: April 29, 2012, 09:27:03 PM
I just did what you suggested..   


You might want to modify the main screen to not show games created by the person themself. 

Winning against yourself seems to lack some excitement Wink



I'm not sure if you've tried to play one of your own games, but it won't let you.

We decided to display your own games so that you can be sure they were added properly, but may make them hidden instead.

Thanks.
1028  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Open for testing: Bitcoin RPS (Rock paper scissors challenge) on: April 29, 2012, 01:16:09 PM
Just tried it and it worked..  Thanks.

You're welcome. Thanks for the feedback and congrats on winning.

By the way, I see that you still have some small change in your account.

Although it's not enough to challenge the RPS Bot, you can still create your own game (or several of them), since the minimum bet amount is 0.001 BTC, and wait for another human player to take the challenge.

To create a bet, just go to the My Games tab, enter your bet amount and choose Rock, Paper or Scissors.

Then other players who visit the site will be able to see your rounds on the main page, and play against you directly!
1029  Economy / Services / Re: Announcing BitcoinAdvertisers.com THE MONEY MAKING MONSTER! on: April 29, 2012, 01:08:32 PM
Hi. Great service, although I had a problem when creating an ad.

I paid for 30 clicks but after a while the Payment Status just said Internal Server Error or some other server error, however refreshing the page gave me a whole new deposit address and presumably, a new order.

There's no page that I can see to go back and confirm that my first order went through okay.

If you can check, the ad was for http://BitcoinRPS.com and the transaction has many confirmations now.

Thank you.
1030  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Open for testing: Bitcoin RPS (Rock paper scissors challenge) on: April 29, 2012, 12:55:56 PM
Hey.. not bad.. I won .05 from your robot Wink

But now I can't seem to withdraw. it keeps saying :  Invalid address or amount. Minimum withdrawal is 0.01 BTC.   but all the input data looks good.

Thanks.

Thanks b0nfire, I'll re-check the withdrawal function immediately and get back to you.


We found one small bug, which is now fixed:
if (user_balance > amount) should have been if (user_balance >= amount)

This bug would have stopped you from withdrawing your entire balance, but still should have let you withdraw 99% of it (Other players have made withdrawals).

Please try your withdrawal again, and could you please also confirm that you were attempting the entire balance when you got the error?

Thanks for playing!

-James (Cyberdyne)
1031  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Open for testing: Bitcoin RPS (Rock paper scissors challenge) on: April 29, 2012, 12:45:44 PM
Hey.. not bad.. I won .05 from your robot Wink

But now I can't seem to withdraw. it keeps saying :  Invalid address or amount. Minimum withdrawal is 0.01 BTC.   but all the input data looks good.

Thanks.

Thanks b0nfire, I'll re-check the withdrawal function immediately and get back to you.
1032  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Open for testing: Bitcoin RPS (Rock Paper Scissors challenge) on: April 29, 2012, 10:20:18 AM
Thank you to those few people who have signed up so far.

0.05 BTC has been manually added for free to each of your accounts, so that you can create and play some games with it (Or simply test the withdrawal function if that's your preference).
1033  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Open for testing: Bitcoin RPS (Rock Paper Scissors challenge) on: April 29, 2012, 05:10:16 AM
Also forgot to mention:

~~ Your balance is based on deposits with 1 or more confirmations

To do:

~~ Have an area to display unconfirmed deposits.
1034  Other / Beginners & Help / Open for testing: Bitcoin RPS (Rock paper scissors challenge) on: April 29, 2012, 05:04:31 AM
Please try this brand new site, uploaded just a few moments ago.



http://bitcoinrps.com

There are still a few things to fix up, but as it stands now the core functionality is available.

~~ Create your own RPS games and have your friends challenge you.
~~ Put money on the line and bet on the outcome.
~~ Only 1% house fee (3% is extracted from tied games which occur approximately 1/3 of the time, and no fee is charged if a game is won).
~~ Minimum bet 0.001 btc
~~ Minimum withdrawal 0.01 btc
~~ All games are hashed with SHA 256 so you can check the results.

To do:
~~ Make a help/about page
~~ Make the pages refresh more intelligently via AJAX (you currently need to refresh some parts manually)
~~ Make graphic icons for the rock, paper, scissors links instead of text.

Also in the case of no human challenges available, a bot will periodically create some. At the moment, it is just creating games worth 0.01 but it will have more variety once the site matures.

Please have fun, all feedback is very welcome.

http://bitcoinrps.com

1035  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Open for testing: Bitcoin RPS (Rock Paper Scissors challenge) on: April 29, 2012, 05:01:00 AM
Please try this brand new site, uploaded just a few moments ago.



http://bitcoinrps.com

There are still a few things to fix up, but as it stands now the core functionality is available.

~~ Create your own RPS games and have your friends challenge you.
~~ Put money on the line and bet on the outcome.
~~ Only 1% house fee (3% is extracted from tied games which occur approximately 1/3 of the time, and no fee is charged if a game is won).
~~ Minimum bet 0.001 btc
~~ Minimum withdrawal 0.01 btc
~~ All games are hashed with SHA 256 so you can check the results.

To do:
~~ Make a help/about page
~~ Make the pages refresh more intelligently via AJAX (you currently need to refresh some parts manually)
~~ Make graphic icons for the rock, paper, scissors links instead of text.

Also in the case of no human challenges available, a bot will periodically create some. At the moment, it is just creating games worth 0.01 but it will have more variety once the site matures.

Please have fun, all feedback is very welcome.

http://bitcoinrps.com

1036  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: [Bounty 100 BTC] - Require PHP 'Codeigniter' web developer on: April 15, 2012, 02:20:19 PM
This looks like a great project. If you need any front end design doing after the development is done let me know Smiley

Thank you for the offer. Do you have a portfolio or any previous designs you could show us?
1037  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: [Bounty 100 BTC] - Require PHP 'Codeigniter' web developer on: April 14, 2012, 03:52:17 AM
Thanks everybody for their PMs, we have enough developers for this project at the moment.
1038  Economy / Services / Re: [BOUNTY] 0.01 for "Bitcoin Press Hits" on: April 13, 2012, 02:44:42 AM
Updated OP since the original Press thread has now been locked.
1039  Bitcoin / Press / Re: Guidelines for Press board on: April 13, 2012, 02:40:45 AM
Hi Jeff,  I'm wondering why you chose this particular day to lock the other topic and start this one?

Did you know just yesterday http://bitcoinpress.com was launched with a similar intent?

Perhaps only coincidence.

Probably because theymos got around to creating the "press" sub-board just today.

Yes, I see. Just that the timing of such did make me a bit curious.
1040  Bitcoin / Press / Re: Guidelines for Press board on: April 13, 2012, 02:16:53 AM
Hi Jeff,  I'm wondering why you chose this particular day to lock the other topic and start this one?

Did you know just yesterday http://bitcoinpress.com was launched with a similar intent?

Perhaps only coincidence.
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