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January 18, 2013, 10:17:37 AM
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Firefox 4/5 had sockets, but they were disabled by default.

I used jquery mobile for a small btc-e app, I started recently, and it was ok. Not great, but good enough to use some of it's functionality. But as an example, I don't feel very comfortable with the used syntax.

My game was obviously intented to be a clone of the old atari combat game (one of 3 modules, I once had for the vcs 2600). The game in your link looks great (I can't do any graphics. Took me some days to draw the 2 tanks), but it's unusable on my machine. It takes very long to load, and then it runs with 1 frame per second, or so.

But I have to admit, that my machine is not very fast (AMD Sempron 1.7 GHz under a heavy load) and the browser under Gentoo Linux are usually quite dated.

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January 18, 2013, 05:01:35 PM
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Hi everyone,

I thought of an idea for a new and different BTC gambling site. This will not be another SatoshiDice clone and works off of information readily available and related to the BTC network. I've PMed one person already to see if they're interested, but I decided to make a thread about it too. I'm looking for someone (or a few someones) with knowledge much deeper than my own involving the BTC network and programming everything from the back-end to the website. This idea would take very little in the way of setup and maintenance costs (domain, hosting, etc). Looking to split 60-40 on profit if there's 1 person that can work with me and do it all. 52-24-24 split on profits if I must find two people interested in developing this project. I may also be interested in having this idea merged into an already established casino for a 50/50 split of profits on this game alone. This game should not require any capital to back the game itself. After further consideration, this project would need some sort of small backing in the beginning to entice betting and raise up max bets, though it could be recouped very quickly. I will be the one providing any BTC necessary to back the project's pool of funds for payouts. I estimate 150-200BTC would be sufficient. If discussions between developers and I determine that the pool should be larger, a bond or stock sale may occur on one of the BTC exchanges to raise target funds.

I do not wish to go into detail about it in this thread, since anyone could just read, copy, and go live with it themselves. Do know that I'm seriously interested in developing this. I would like anyone who is seriously interested to PM me and give links to past projects you've helped develop in the BTC realm. I'd prefer those with established accounts and track records here. I know I'm rather new, but we can talk via phone, Skype, or whatever to get more comfortable with each other. I'll even draw up a contract to be notarized to protect all parties involved.

Thanks everyone,
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P.S. I'm going offshore tomorrow (oil industry) for the next 1-3 days depending on how the weather is out there. If you PM me and I don't respond, please know that I'll get back with you Sunday or Monday at the latest. I will respond to all PMs to let you know if you were chosen to work on the project or not.

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January 18, 2013, 09:34:53 PM
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Thanks MPOE,

Things are going well so far on this project, though. The developer I'm working with already has some of the elements already built and is working on the basic architecture for the program now. Meanwhile, I'm working on the other aspects of getting it up and running (domain, hosting, legality, website development, etc). I see your posts mentions not to be secretive about the idea, but unfortunately I don't wish to disclose the exact nature of the project to anyone other than the two people I have already. I know there aren't many out there that could take the idea and run with it, but seeing as how BTC gambling seems to be one of the most prominent things in development for the currency, I'd like to keep this one under wraps until it's ready for testing or release. (:

I also should not need nearly the BTC I was expecting to back the site. Maybe just a few in the bank to cover return tx fees and losing payouts, which should be recouped rather quickly via the house take. Most of the starter cash I had planned to use to buy BTC will now be redirected to secure some of the things I mentioned I'm working on above.

This project will probably be in development over the next couple of months, but I'll make sure to announce it when it's ready to go live.

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January 18, 2013, 10:28:42 PM
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This project will probably be in development over the next couple of months, but I'll make sure to announce it when it's ready to go live.

I can't wait to see this train wreak if someone actually took the 70/30 they are not a good programmer at all.

Also WE DON"T NEED ANYMORE GAMBLING SITES waste of time you greedy person. Just trying to scam people out of money cause that is what gambling is a just a giant scam on weak people.

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January 19, 2013, 05:27:35 PM
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Better than 70/30 for the developer. I'm confident in his abilities, too. And as for not needing another gambling site, that's up for the internet to decide. If the web doesn't need another gambling site, then I'll lose the money I'm putting into this. If it garners some interest, then I could make some money. It's not going to be anything like the volume SatoshiDice does anyway. This will be just another fun, but different, type of BTC-based gambling site.

Chill out man. (:

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