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January 19, 2013, 01:17:48 AM
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January 19, 2013, 01:38:34 AM
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No hosted (shared) EWallets (e.g., Coinbase, Instawallet, Mt. Gox, etc.) will work with SatoshiDICE.

BitLotto shows a list of compatible clients:

 - Bitcoin  [Bitcoin-Qt, and bitcoind clients from Bitcoin.org.]
 - Electrum
 - Armory
 - BitcoinJ
 - MultiBit
 - Blockchain.info  [Hybrid EWallet]
 - Strongcoin
 - Blockchain (Android)
 - BitcoinSpinner (Android)
 - Bitcoin Wallet (Android)
 - Blockchain (iOS)

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January 19, 2013, 06:52:24 PM
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Basically, the criterion for what address will work at all is whether if the bet pays out to the same address that sends the bet, the punter gets the winnings.

That's why hosted wallets (or gambling sites where the deposit and cashout addresses are different) won't work.

However, some of the more advanced features of SD are also only available with a full-featured client, like sending winnings to a custom address or making multiple bets in one transaction (to lower transaction fees).

The list in the post right before mine is fairly complete, but you might be able to figure out how to get other clients to do these things.
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