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301  Economy / Digital goods / Re: Start your own gambling site! - CoinWheel 1.0 script [1.99 BTC] on: November 11, 2013, 10:49:48 AM
Does it use bitcoind or blockchain.info api?

only Bitcoind



as far as i know, blockchain.info also has an interface that is 100% compatible with running a daemon locally

(in addition, and separate to blockchain.info's other URL-based api)


I know about their RPC API - but it's not as same as you think - it doesn't support some of the main commands that our script needs to run properly.

I'm curious what those commands are. I'd like to use this script with litecoin.
302  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Going after Trendon Shavers, Pirateat40, BTCST on: November 11, 2013, 09:44:23 AM
"Impossible" does *not* mean "beyond logical possibility".

If that's really true, then this is the point in my day when I learn something, thanks.

Er, now considering the possibility that my definition of 'impossible' is flawed.


No wait, sorry it's still amusing - Why would anyone (who hasn't inspected every single car on the earth) ever claim that buying a car that gets 300 mpg is impossible? How do they know that? Amusing.


303  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Going after Trendon Shavers, Pirateat40, BTCST on: November 11, 2013, 09:24:05 AM
It's not lacking common sense to say that something being a scam is not a complete certainty. It's just logical.
I totally disagree. In fact, to talk about what can be known with "complete certainty" is the very opposite of common sense. Common sense is about making decisions that will almost always be right given that we never have complete certainty. Common sense is not letting scammers sucker you in with arguments about how you can't know their obvious lies are nonsense with "complete certainty" and how you must always entertain the possibility that might have found some miracle. Common sense is knowing there are no miracles, not keeping your mind perpetually opened to the possibility that their might be so that you can be taken advantage of.

Okay sure, I'll sum up by saying:

Logic compels me to believe in the possibility that some suspicious-looking investment scheme is not a scam.

Common sense compels me to not invest in such wacky schemes, despite the possibility of it being legit.
304  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Discussion (Altcoins) / Re: [LTC] List of Litecoin Faucets, Lotteries, Gaming Sites, Free Litecoin on: November 11, 2013, 09:13:15 AM
The jackpot on Litecoin Kamikaze is now up 26.038 LTC, the highest it's been in quite a while. Great site, lots of fun and remember there is a free play option available. Smiley

Congratulations to the lucky player who has now claimed this! 27.328 LTC actually.

A new jackpot is now in the works Smiley

305  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Going after Trendon Shavers, Pirateat40, BTCST on: November 11, 2013, 09:09:16 AM
Simply put, anyone who sees an absurdly high interest rate and thinks "what a wonderful opportunity" rather than "what an obvious scam" lacks common sense.

In keeping an open mind, for me it is neither of those.

It is more like "this is probably a scam, but since I recognize that there are things in this universe that I am not an expert in, and will never be an expert in, it's possible that it's actually a wonderful opportunity."

It's not lacking common sense to say that something being a scam is not a complete certainty. It's just logical.
306  Economy / Gambling / Re: Mem presents: LIST OF NEWBIE FRIENDLY GAMBLING SITES on: September 24, 2013, 01:26:21 PM
I have play in 'http://bitcoinkamikaze.com'
once play ,i have hit the jackpot scare ,and i have click the [take bit x . ] button .
but there is no amount added to a balance.

I try to contact administrator to: webmaster@bitcoinkamikaze.com , admin@bitcoinkamikaze.com , info@bitcoinkamicaze.com .
cause there is no contact link on the site


do someone can help me pls ?


Hi Nabilo,

I am the admin of this "Jackpot" version of Bitcoin Kamikaze (http://bitcoinkamikaze.com). I have so far refrained from posting an announcement thread about my version, as I was waiting to see how things turned out with the original site, and whether it's owner would continue offering support, etc.

In any case, you can PM me about your specific issue with bitcoinkamikaze.com (no hyphen) and I will be happy to help in any way I can.

By the way, if you hit the jackpot square then congratulations are in order, it was worth over $60.

Thanks.
307  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: A way to earn litecoins - No deposit requirement on: September 23, 2013, 11:15:26 AM
what price per link?

You earn 5% of all your referrals' losing bets.

e.g. You earn 0.5 LTC whenever someone you referred makes a 10 LTC bet and loses.

Furthermore, there is no limit to how many referrals you can have signed up under your link.
308  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: [ANN] [LTC] Litecoin Kamikaze - Win up to 2400 LTC! on: September 23, 2013, 08:57:07 AM
Jackpot now 8.6875 LTC and climbing!
309  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: [ANN] [FC] Feathercoin Kamikaze - Win up to 24,000 FC! on: September 23, 2013, 08:43:09 AM
Temporarily out of feathercoins!

You can still play, but withdrawals will have a bit more delay at the moment - I've purchased a bunch of FTC on BTC-e.com but am having issues with their withdrawal confirmation email.
310  Economy / Marketplace / Re: Profitable LTC casino for sale! on: September 02, 2013, 02:13:00 PM
We will take it if you make it provably fair for 1.5btc.

Nothing like casino can be provably fair because source code can be anything people can't see... You can make code public, but source code can be different anyway.

If you now about way to make it provably fair, just tell me, and I'll program it that way.

See http://litecoinkamikaze.com for an example (the sha256 hash is shown before the game, and then when the game is finished, the game data which was used to create the hash is shown).

That also brings up another question anyway - What programming language / framework is your site written in?

Edit: Since bit777's bid has strings attached, I will reiterate my bid of 1.1 BTC "as is" (no additional work required on the site before the sale).
311  Economy / Marketplace / Re: Profitable LTC casino for sale! on: September 02, 2013, 01:58:37 PM
Interested, taking a look now.
312  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: MTGOX ACCOUNT FOR SALE on: August 30, 2013, 01:46:36 AM
hey,may I know why did they freeze the account?

hey,may I know why did they freeze the account?

New accounts are 'frozen' by default (Not quite frozen, you can trade but can't withdraw.)

You need to apply (with ID) to have accounts unfrozen.


Its not a new account. Its more than 1 year old.


That's not what I meant when I used the word 'new',  I was using it to mean 'when an account is created'.
313  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: How To Turn Bitcoin Into Money? on: August 29, 2013, 02:35:30 AM
Bitcoin is money. The End.

Although if you want other types of money, I'd say try localbitcoins.com first.
314  Economy / Services / Re: Website Preview: BITADS.NET. Now Pay-Per-Day! on: August 29, 2013, 02:01:53 AM
Correct. And there was confusion in the past because it went from being set up per day to per hour and then back to per day again. So for people who joined in phase 2 (per hour), they are probably viewing the current costs as being the hourly costs instead of the daily ones.

And for people who haven't started yet, but have just heard here-and-there about bitads, it's totally unclear.

Thanks for clarifying.
315  Economy / Services / Re: Website Preview: BITADS.NET. Now Pay-Per-Day! on: August 29, 2013, 01:44:02 AM
It is actually pay-per-hour, it is simply displayed as pay-per-day for... eh... "Simplicity's sake." Or so I had thought.

So if I put 0.01 in "Minimum Bid", people have to pay at least 0.01 per hour?


No, it's like this:

Your bid is per day but is charged per hour.

IE. you bid 24 BTC. This is 24 BTC a day. Instead of charging 24 BTC up-front or at the end of the day, it does 1 BTC an hour. Essentially it's like a pro-rated system.

So, for the dummies: "Minimum Bid" on the Create Adspace page means "Minimum Bid per Day".

I'm starting to see why this network has not grown as quickly as it could have.
316  Economy / Services / Re: Website Preview: BITADS.NET. Now Pay-Per-Day! on: August 29, 2013, 01:30:34 AM
It is actually pay-per-hour, it is simply displayed as pay-per-day for... eh... "Simplicity's sake." Or so I had thought.

So if I put 0.01 in "Minimum Bid", people have to pay at least 0.01 per hour?
317  Economy / Services / Re: Website Preview: BITADS.NET. Now Pay-Per-Day! on: August 29, 2013, 01:20:34 AM
So, is this really pay per day now?

On the Create Adspace page, PLEASE clarify this input:

Minimum Bid

Make it say something like:

Minimum Bid (per hour)
or
Minimum Bid (per day)
or
Minimum Bid (per square inch)

Or whatever is correct. As it stands now, this input is vague to newcomers like myself who am not sure what the number I input there really represents.


318  Economy / Marketplace / Re: Buying Satoshi Dice code on: August 29, 2013, 12:30:47 AM
the only way you can ever win with the most advanced strategy is if you get REALLY lucky.

Or, like Gollum and Erik, you run your own dice. Then you win.

Gollum, let me know when you launch something, I'll put it on this list: bitcoindice.com
319  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: btc-e 10% cheaper than mtgox? on: August 29, 2013, 12:15:24 AM
Its been discussed like a million times.

ArbitRAAAAAAAGE!!!11!!!1!

(Good luck to anyone attempting that by the way)
320  Economy / Speculation / Re: Everyone will cash out at $1000 on: August 29, 2013, 12:12:23 AM
For me bitcoin wins in the usability aspect by a large margin.

For me too. Someone once said it's as easy as copy+paste. An oversimplification, sure, but not too far off!
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