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January 28, 2013, 02:00:51 AM
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Moderator note: Site seems to be a complete rip off of SatoshiDice, minus the verification part. Be careful of being scammed!

BitElfin! -redacted-  The most popular Bitcoin betting game in the universe.
✔ No account needed  
✔ Payouts are nearly instant
✔ Bets are provably trustworthy
✔ Play from anywhere

Step 1
  Send BTC to an address to place a bet
Step 2
  The Ghost of BitElfin will roll the dice and pick a Lucky Number!
Step 3
  You win if Lucky Number is less than the number you chose.

Some bet address
Code:
lessthan 24000(36.6211%) 18fautnkHdkHBPBRvjL3Sd87KgH8mNebLc
lessthan 32000(48.8281%) 19txDGtqYQkSGqEPDjBD9BcCQvih1tYkZn
lessthan 32768(50.0000%) 18YRXXAa4q7JTfHjNDmqY8a91JKhH2JZfj
lessthan 40000(61.0352%) 1LX4JDLY1nLi8zXg6Kdi3pcjUTNpbKuJ6E
lessthan 48000(73.2422%) 1PDPiDXnjTPSguC7A9cw951C8MdtDGW2GS
   
Only use wallets that allow you to receive Bitcoin from the same address you sent from. If you're not sure, test with 0.01 Bitcoins. If you get nothing back, then your wallet is not compatible.
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January 28, 2013, 03:59:03 AM
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Not another satoshiDICE clone..

1. "The most popular Bitcoin betting game in the universe." Huh

2. Why do you have the bootstrap favicon?

3. "Warnning!"

4. Did you literally rip images off satoshiDICE?

5. To be able to pay off winning max bets, you need at least 3,000 BTC as a reserve. Where is your 3,000 BTC?

6. It's lessthan, not lessthen

7. You just ripped all the text for the "how it works" page from satoshiDICE

8. What is your double spending risk migration strategy?

9. House edge of 0.0190% Huh

That means you will need a betting volume of 10,000 BTC to make two bitcoins. Have you heard of variance?
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January 28, 2013, 05:02:12 AM
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Thank you for this epic effort to strengthen the BTC economy.

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January 28, 2013, 05:44:21 AM
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God, stop ripping SatoshiDice off. Where's the provably trustworthy part?

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January 28, 2013, 06:15:10 AM
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Thank you for this epic effort to strengthen the BTC economy.

Lol

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January 28, 2013, 06:56:29 AM
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Looks like it's shut down.. a new record??

Server not found
          Firefox can't find the server at www.bitelfin.com.

EDIT: Up again
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January 28, 2013, 07:51:45 AM
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Looks like it's shut down.. a new record??

Server not found
          Firefox can't find the server at www.bitelfin.com.

Still seems to be online.

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January 28, 2013, 01:04:09 PM
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BitElfin! The most popular Bitcoin betting game in the universe.

O most popular unheard of noob person, please see here.

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January 30, 2013, 06:21:02 AM
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I would say stick with Satoshi. This guy can only have a lower bankroll or possibly worsely rigged payouts.
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January 30, 2013, 06:58:44 AM
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January 31, 2013, 08:28:08 AM
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SECRETS
So that is all well and good for the hashes but those are just hashes, not the actual secrets used. After a day has been over for at least 24 hours the system will release the secret used. Then you can verify that the hash of the secret matches the published hash in the hash file. This demonstrates that the system used the secret it promised it would use. A list of secrets for previous days can be found here: secret list

LUCKY NUMBER
The lucky number used to determine the winner of games is simple. It is simply the first bytes of hmac_sha512(secert,txid:out_idx). That would be the secret string as the key and the transaction ID of your bet transaction as the data.

You can see all of this on the full details page for your transaction.
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January 31, 2013, 08:36:38 AM
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SECRETS
So that is all well and good for the hashes but those are just hashes, not the actual secrets used. After a day has been over for at least 24 hours the system will release the secret used. Then you can verify that the hash of the secret matches the published hash in the hash file. This demonstrates that the system used the secret it promised it would use. A list of secrets for previous days can be found here: secret list

LUCKY NUMBER
The lucky number used to determine the winner of games is simple. It is simply the first bytes of hmac_sha512(secert,txid:out_idx). That would be the secret string as the key and the transaction ID of your bet transaction as the data.

You can see all of this on the full details page for your transaction.

Dear Bite l'Fin,
You have a snippet of text that says "secret list" but there is no link in that text to display the secret list. I was hoping to see something like [url http://www.postsecret.com/]secret list[/url]. I'm sorry, but I'm just not very trusting of the French.

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January 31, 2013, 12:43:52 PM
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C'mon, this is a scam site. All the text this guy is using is from satoshi dice site.

In his last post he used the text that are in the satoshidice verification section. note that he didn't even change the "secert" word.

His slogan is the same as satoshidice, even the nokia part is exactly the same.

if this guy can't even change a letter in a text from satoshi dice, he can't be trusted.

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February 02, 2013, 11:07:02 PM
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Aaaaaand........ it's gone.

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