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June 11, 2011, 10:14:43 PM
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There's lotto's with real money and now with Bitcoin!
Very simple and fast to use!
Please spread the word so the jackpot goes up Cheesy
Only 0.05 BTC to join in!
http://lnk.co/BitcoinLotto
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June 11, 2011, 10:47:14 PM
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:-) Damn!

We use the same name for a different idea.

Check out my project: The Bitcoin Lottery

http://k8500.com
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June 11, 2011, 10:49:15 PM
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You should start off the first jackpot with a certain amount you've invested into it yourself. You should also have a percent of the pool rollover to start the next jackpot. You should have to total size of the jackpot and number of entrants always shown. Also if your taking a cut of the pool, remove the ads as it looks tacky....... Just my two Bits
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June 11, 2011, 11:47:50 PM
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You should start off the first jackpot with a certain amount you've invested into it yourself. You should also have a percent of the pool rollover to start the next jackpot. You should have to total size of the jackpot and number of entrants always shown. Also if your taking a cut of the pool, remove the ads as it looks tacky....... Just my two Bits
It's a free site for me to make so I cant remove the ads...I could ad my own but I decided not to...
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June 12, 2011, 04:20:33 AM
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There's lotto's with real money and now with Bitcoin!
Very simple and fast to use!
Please spread the word so the jackpot goes up Cheesy
Only 0.05 BTC to join in!
http://lnk.co/BitcoinLotto

You might want to slow down on posting this EVERYWHERE!
-How to you keep track of how to pay the winner?
-How is the winner selected?
-10% is your take?

*Next Draw Feb 1*  BitLotto: monthly raffle (0.25 BTC per ticket) Completely transparent and impossible to manipulate who wins. TOR
TOR2WEB
Donations to: 1JQdiQsjhV2uJ4Y8HFtdqteJsZhv835a8J are appreciated.
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June 12, 2011, 11:48:32 AM
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There's lotto's with real money and now with Bitcoin!
Very simple and fast to use!
Please spread the word so the jackpot goes up Cheesy
Only 0.05 BTC to join in!
http://lnk.co/BitcoinLotto

You might want to slow down on posting this EVERYWHERE!
-How to you keep track of how to pay the winner?
-How is the winner selected?
-10% is your take?
I take all the addresses sent to my address enter them into random.org add all the bitcoins together takes 10% and give the rest to the winner its all on the site Smiley
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June 12, 2011, 12:16:34 PM
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There's lotto's with real money and now with Bitcoin!
Very simple and fast to use!
Please spread the word so the jackpot goes up Cheesy
Only 0.05 BTC to join in!
http://lnk.co/BitcoinLotto

You might want to slow down on posting this EVERYWHERE!
-How to you keep track of how to pay the winner?
-How is the winner selected?
-10% is your take?
I take all the addresses sent to my address enter them into random.org add all the bitcoins together takes 10% and give the rest to the winner its all on the site Smiley

I know it's at the site but you seem to be missing some of the details.

Sure that would work, but how will the players know that you are running an honest game? The way you are doing it, it would be easy to just pick the winner and say it was random. And keep the 10% (not sure why so high?) You need to have some type of setup where it's not easy for you to cheat. There has been a few "lotteries" here before where people just do exactly what you are doing but disappear with the money when its time to pay, or just pay what they claim is a random winner. That person could be themselves.

Also, if you tell people to just send money to an address there will be lot's who send from mybitcoin for example and they will never see their money again. You can't send it back or know who it was!

*Next Draw Feb 1*  BitLotto: monthly raffle (0.25 BTC per ticket) Completely transparent and impossible to manipulate who wins. TOR
TOR2WEB
Donations to: 1JQdiQsjhV2uJ4Y8HFtdqteJsZhv835a8J are appreciated.
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June 12, 2011, 12:20:02 PM
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There's lotto's with real money and now with Bitcoin!
Very simple and fast to use!
Please spread the word so the jackpot goes up Cheesy
Only 0.05 BTC to join in!
http://lnk.co/BitcoinLotto

You might want to slow down on posting this EVERYWHERE!
-How to you keep track of how to pay the winner?
-How is the winner selected?
-10% is your take?
I take all the addresses sent to my address enter them into random.org add all the bitcoins together takes 10% and give the rest to the winner its all on the site Smiley

I know it's at the site but you seem to be missing some of the details.

Sure that would work, but how will the players know that you are running an honest game? The way you are doing it, it would be easy to just pick the winner and say it was random. And keep the 10% (not sure why so high?) You need to have some type of setup where it's not easy for you to cheat. There has been a few "lotteries" here before where people just do exactly what you are doing but disappear with the money when its time to pay, or just pay what they claim is a random winner. That person could be themselves.

Also, if you tell people to just send money to an address there will be lot's who send from mybitcoin for example and they will never see their money again. You can't send it back or know who it was!
OH. I have some changes to make..thanks I will lower the amount I keep and try to have some free lottos first but I am going to put up all drawing on the site
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June 12, 2011, 12:55:09 PM
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Ok, ya do those changes before anyone sends money!
I was just wondering how come a lottery just like mine that already exists as opposed to a different type? If you want I can help you make one. But first, make sure to take down that address before someone loses their money!

*Next Draw Feb 1*  BitLotto: monthly raffle (0.25 BTC per ticket) Completely transparent and impossible to manipulate who wins. TOR
TOR2WEB
Donations to: 1JQdiQsjhV2uJ4Y8HFtdqteJsZhv835a8J are appreciated.
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June 12, 2011, 01:03:53 PM
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Ok, ya do those changes before anyone sends money!
I was just wondering how come a lottery just like mine that already exists as opposed to a different type? If you want I can help you make one. But first, make sure to take down that address before someone loses their money!
ok thanks I don't know coding though iI'm only 15 lol but I have a good mind when it comes to creating things like this I have made MANY different sites on webs.com
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