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January 19, 2013, 04:53:57 PM
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How "instant" is the payout when you win?  I just played 20 times on the address that's supposed to have a 73%+ win chance (1trcDiceQx9H8oXtYYTMWRGX12wMSfDn5) but either I just haven't won anything, or I'm not seeing any payouts returned to me.  Do I have to configure anything client-side?

I agree, something is broken there. Address is question does not payout even close to 73%+ chance, check it on explorer.

"Recent bets" table shows all bets as 0.1 TRC.

I want my 8 TRC bet refunded - I expect to be paid for testing, not the other way around.
As a small note though- you might want to wait then until the services are more mature if the idea of possibly losing coins is unacceptable for you. All this is beta, it is certainly possible that you could lose coins. In the worst case senario someone could still nuke TRC and everything be worthless. So, take it all with a grain of salt for the meantime.

Thanks to user mskwik who won the 2000TRC bounty for creating a TRC Dice game, we now have a working TerraDice!

... and another example of working game, not my bet this time:

Input > http://greenishblue.info/terradice/70dd4edae75ad572fa6e9657e68795d99c8f4d1e336484899fc23ccb25a1386a-1.html
No payout after 1+ hours > http://www.cryptocoinexplorer.com:3750/address/14JUay6PfjApiLu1JG7S1gTzGy8bqT19X9

No payout at all for all those winning bets at left table - sorting oppossite than table on right. I suggest you to change thread title and make a big red notice!



Hmm, well the guy who runs it will have to take care of it. That said, satoshi dice isn't always instant- although at least they keep a seperate list for the confirmed wins and confirmed payouts.

Also, I might be wrong about this, but doens't it have to wait until it's confirmed before it's sent back? Since it uses the inputs as the output?

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January 19, 2013, 04:57:21 PM
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Lets wait for the guy who runs it to comment on it- he responds to PM's and this behavior is pretty typical even for Satoshi dice. Being that I created this thread it's possible he doesn't monitor it, (and it's the weekend so maybe it will take till monday to get a response). It could be any number of things really.

EDIT: I checked the transaction at 15:19 in the blockexplorer and it still says "not yet redeemed at input"

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January 20, 2013, 12:10:58 AM
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Sorry all, it does appear my local terracoind added me to its ban list.  I'm adjusting its parameters and restarting it, should get payouts moving again shortly.

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January 20, 2013, 12:46:43 AM
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Hello,

Can I please have some assistance with the LiteDice affiliate setup...?

I created a new address in terracoin, exported the address's private key, entered the private key in the web form where it is asked for, selected TRC for my currency, gave the corresponding address for the private key where it says "commission address" on the web form, entered the rest of the required info and submitted and I am receiving: "Invalid Private Key".

Thank you in advance for any help you may be able to provide...

Can I please get some help with this...?
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January 20, 2013, 12:53:17 AM
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Create an sha256 hash and use the hex version of that hash as private key. http://hash.online-convert.com/sha256-generator

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January 20, 2013, 01:16:22 AM
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Hello,

Can I please have some assistance with the LiteDice affiliate setup...?

I created a new address in terracoin, exported the address's private key, entered the private key in the web form where it is asked for, selected TRC for my currency, gave the corresponding address for the private key where it says "commission address" on the web form, entered the rest of the required info and submitted and I am receiving: "Invalid Private Key".

Thank you in advance for any help you may be able to provide...

Can I please get some help with this...?

Is the key it doesn't like in hex format or a wallet format?  I've tested more extensively with the hex format, I know it's somewhat picky about it being the right length and needs to be padded with 0s if it's short.

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January 20, 2013, 01:40:57 AM
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Create an sha256 hash and use the hex version of that hash as private key. http://hash.online-convert.com/sha256-generator

This solution worked, thanks!

Sent you some TRC - tx id: b03f822c4e1c57137fa7f71395135e392e6b9b5b5d0abdfc0a8cdd8f2ff1d799
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January 20, 2013, 05:39:46 AM
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Sweet thanks  Grin

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January 20, 2013, 03:09:13 PM
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I think my winnings finally came in... all in one lump sump though.  Weird.

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January 20, 2013, 03:56:56 PM
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I think my winnings finally came in... all in one lump sump though.  Weird.

The admin had to change a setting to get the server to payout- turns out my 'testing' was a surprise in terms of volume.

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January 20, 2013, 04:40:36 PM
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I think it's working now.  From all the .1 and 1.0 TRC bets I did yesterday, I ended up by about 3 TRC once I got the payouts. Fun stuff!

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January 20, 2013, 05:08:15 PM
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Don't even try: http://greenishblue.info/terradice/1ExB8tw885mdnN9tuZ8iThHhZGiLGuk78p.html

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January 20, 2013, 07:27:39 PM
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I might if the max bet wasn't under .05TRC :-)

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January 20, 2013, 07:50:11 PM
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The max bet will increase when there is more TRC in the wallet...
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January 20, 2013, 09:48:17 PM
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The max bet will increase when there is more TRC in the wallet...

Yes it will, but more slowly on that one than on most since the winning payout is that much bigger.

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January 20, 2013, 09:59:15 PM
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Hey mskwik, would it be possible to show historical stats like SatoshiDice does for recent bets, big wins, rare wins, etc?

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January 20, 2013, 10:18:53 PM
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Hey mskwik, would it be possible to show historical stats like SatoshiDice does for recent bets, big wins, rare wins, etc?

Stats as in aggregate stats like the Satoshi Dice thread in the technical section here or more a list like on the Satoshi Dice site itself?  The recent bets would be the list it shows now, I could add lists for recent big/rare wins fairly easily.  I suppose aggregate stats wouldn't be too hard either, the only thing I would worry about there would be if/how to include affiliate addresses.

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January 20, 2013, 10:20:35 PM
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Hey mskwik, would it be possible to show historical stats like SatoshiDice does for recent bets, big wins, rare wins, etc?

Stats as in aggregate stats like the Satoshi Dice thread in the technical section here or more a list like on the Satoshi Dice site itself?  The recent bets would be the list it shows now, I could add lists for recent big/rare wins fairly easily.  I suppose aggregate stats wouldn't be too hard either, the only thing I would worry about there would be if/how to include affiliate addresses.

hmm... if you do it then im stopping the development of http://dice.spore.gr (frontend for your dice script - getting the data from your server)
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January 20, 2013, 10:51:25 PM
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Hey mskwik, would it be possible to show historical stats like SatoshiDice does for recent bets, big wins, rare wins, etc?

Stats as in aggregate stats like the Satoshi Dice thread in the technical section here or more a list like on the Satoshi Dice site itself?  The recent bets would be the list it shows now, I could add lists for recent big/rare wins fairly easily.  I suppose aggregate stats wouldn't be too hard either, the only thing I would worry about there would be if/how to include affiliate addresses.

hmm... if you do it then im stopping the development of http://dice.spore.gr (frontend for your dice script - getting the data from your server)
which was going to canio Tongue

Ah, that's a good point as well, that sort of statistics is something else that affiliates can use to add value to their own particular play addresses beyond just look/marketing.  Generally I would prefer to concentrate on keeping things running smoothly and leave the marketing to the affiliate system for affiliates to earn their share.  I do like the way that page is looking so far, perhaps for now I'll stick with just basic information that can't be calculated otherwise on the output pages and if you come up with something that can't be figured out with the existing data given I can see about adding it to the output across the board.

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January 20, 2013, 10:59:35 PM
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Hey mskwik, would it be possible to show historical stats like SatoshiDice does for recent bets, big wins, rare wins, etc?

Stats as in aggregate stats like the Satoshi Dice thread in the technical section here or more a list like on the Satoshi Dice site itself?  The recent bets would be the list it shows now, I could add lists for recent big/rare wins fairly easily.  I suppose aggregate stats wouldn't be too hard either, the only thing I would worry about there would be if/how to include affiliate addresses.

hmm... if you do it then im stopping the development of http://dice.spore.gr (frontend for your dice script - getting the data from your server)
which was going to canio Tongue

Ah, that's a good point as well, that sort of statistics is something else that affiliates can use to add value to their own particular play addresses beyond just look/marketing.  Generally I would prefer to concentrate on keeping things running smoothly and leave the marketing to the affiliate system for affiliates to earn their share.  I do like the way that page is looking so far, perhaps for now I'll stick with just basic information that can't be calculated otherwise on the output pages and if you come up with something that can't be figured out with the existing data given I can see about adding it to the output across the board.

Great then, i will go on. Hmm one thing that could be usefull for me and any other that tries to make a frontend is having table names or ids (eg "t1" and "t2") and ids or names also on the addresses/games <td>'s (eg "g1" "g2" etc). Even if you dont add id's or names to those objects still can be done, the hard way (for me). I will make the statistics by logging and re-reading your output(2nd table) page, there is no problem.

EDIT: (if you add id's please pm me  Cool )
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