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November 04, 2016, 01:42:16 PM
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rhaver, you claim cheating is easy. go and cheat, drain the account and show us proof
No, that does not seem the case. Rhaver is concerned that cheating is possible by several entities. When someone has concerns regarding the project, one naturally expects the developers to address these when possible.

good point. i stand to be corrected
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November 04, 2016, 06:39:31 PM
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Hello vDice are we also planning to put faucet in the site?
Faucet in a dice site is almost a mandatory thing. I think Devs must consider adding a faucet.
I believe, the faucet will be implemented and it will be in Ethereum or maybe in vDice token also if possible. Lets wait for Devs confirming any progress on this.

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November 04, 2016, 07:09:46 PM
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Lol. Gyus have maked have already does this dice platform. And they making ICO. For what?
This is my question.
Oh f*ck. I foresee that in near future every bullsh*t startup will make ICO.


P.S: But, it's really good that already exist real prototype of project
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November 04, 2016, 07:16:22 PM
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Right now all I see is a site that has under 7k total bets (for example, MoneyPot does 50-100 bets a second on average), and hasn't had a single bet placed in several hours. They do not have a customer base. Yet they are trying to raise an absurd amount of money. It's a complete money grab. Maybe they turn out to not be a scam, maybe not. This is just like LIR though, where either way you lose. You either buy in at valuation thats so high you have no floor and very short ceiling, or they run with your cash.

60MM tokens = 600k ETH valuation = nearly 9500 BTC (or $6.5MM). Obscene. Even more obscene is your "breakdown" of what funds are for. How does legal compliance take up 23% of 9500 BTC? That is beyond ridiculous and it sounds like you are putting down random numbers. And why is so much allocated for salaries? If you have developers on your team (which you should have) you should not need a whopping ~3700 BTC allotted for development on top of salaries.

I love that you also reference the sale of SatoshiDice, which is possibly the worst crypto deal ever seen (Hint: The people that purchased the site will never get close to their money back), and was made back in the heyday of Bitcoin. You are also using today's prices instead of the Bitcoin price back then (which would cut the valuation down significantly).

To top it off, your graphics on the forum post and on your crowdraise page actually look a lot like LIR. Funny world.


Note: This was reposted from https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1669908.msg16776999#msg16776999

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November 04, 2016, 07:17:20 PM
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Also stop advertising you have handled a meager 10k bets. You have not. Your own site counter has it at 6708.

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November 04, 2016, 10:57:46 PM
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They are also buying reddit up votes to make it look like they have more community backing than they really do:

See:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1668439.msg16751764#msg16751764
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdk8I_C6iu8kk8DMZfIp6N0QLhbg3yb-tFPdfkZvkuVyoMuCw/viewform?c=0&w=1



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November 05, 2016, 07:12:09 AM
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Lol. Gyus have maked have already does this dice platform. And they making ICO. For what?
This is my question.
Oh f*ck. I foresee that in near future every bullsh*t startup will make ICO.


P.S: But, it's really good that already exist real prototype of project

Thanks for your comment and feedback.

Yes, it's important to build a real product 1st. We agree.
So many people ICO with just a whitepaper. It's just silly.

We are one of the leading, live Dapps in Ethereum.
And the product is very well received already. We notice people like trying the product first. It's important.

Please refer to our development roadmap:
https://blog.vdice.io/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/vDice_Development_Roadmap.pdf

You will see that the crowdsale is to fund ongoing development.
We have clearly outlined also in our business plan and whitepaper regarding funds and where we will take the project.

All this is on our website:- https://crowdsale.vdice.io

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November 05, 2016, 07:22:35 AM
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Right now all I see is a site that has under 7k total bets (for example, MoneyPot does 50-100 bets a second on average), and hasn't had a single bet placed in several hours. They do not have a customer base. Yet they are trying to raise an absurd amount of money. It's a complete money grab. Maybe they turn out to not be a scam, maybe not. This is just like LIR though, where either way you lose. You either buy in at valuation thats so high you have no floor and very short ceiling, or they run with your cash.

60MM tokens = 600k ETH valuation = nearly 9500 BTC (or $6.5MM). Obscene. Even more obscene is your "breakdown" of what funds are for. How does legal compliance take up 23% of 9500 BTC? That is beyond ridiculous and it sounds like you are putting down random numbers. And why is so much allocated for salaries? If you have developers on your team (which you should have) you should not need a whopping ~3700 BTC allotted for development on top of salaries.

I love that you also reference the sale of SatoshiDice, which is possibly the worst crypto deal ever seen (Hint: The people that purchased the site will never get close to their money back), and was made back in the heyday of Bitcoin. You are also using today's prices instead of the Bitcoin price back then (which would cut the valuation down significantly).

To top it off, your graphics on the forum post and on your crowdraise page actually look a lot like LIR. Funny world.


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Opinions duly noted Sir.

I again refer you to documentation on our website. Of course, I respectfully disagree with your comments.

Otherwise, I see only one specific question in your post. The rest are opinions.

I will address that specific question and say that careful attention was paid the the allocation of funds and compliance is a significant part of any venture like this.

We are only interested in working with the best. This is important. This is true also of compliance, on an ongoing basis, over an extended period, to ensure the platform achieves its goals and promises.

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November 05, 2016, 07:23:29 AM
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It looks like TechInAsia has picked up on the hacked piece.

Interest is growing in Asia for the decentralization of gambling.

https://www.techinasia.com/talk/blockchain-decentralizing-gambling



QUOTE FROM ARTICLE:

"How blockchain is decentralizing gambling:

Now there is a host of exciting new startups reimagining the gambling industry. They are decentralizing the entire structure and are building something truly new.

VDice is one example of such a startup. It is billed as the world’s first fully decentralized gambling platform. It went live this June and is already wildly popular amongst blockchain geeks. Using the Ethereum blockchain, they have leveraged Smart Contract technology and have created game codes that exist without a server. These games live on the Ethereum P2P network."


This was inspired from a piece in hacked.com it seems:

https://hacked.com/vdice-io-the-worlds-first-full-decentralized-gambling-platform-ethereum-or-blockchain-tech/

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November 05, 2016, 12:37:40 PM
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It looks like TechInAsia has picked up on the hacked piece.

Interest is growing in Asia for the decentralization of gambling.

https://www.techinasia.com/talk/blockchain-decentralizing-gambling



QUOTE FROM ARTICLE:

"How blockchain is decentralizing gambling:

Now there is a host of exciting new startups reimagining the gambling industry. They are decentralizing the entire structure and are building something truly new.

VDice is one example of such a startup. It is billed as the world’s first fully decentralized gambling platform. It went live this June and is already wildly popular amongst blockchain geeks. Using the Ethereum blockchain, they have leveraged Smart Contract technology and have created game codes that exist without a server. These games live on the Ethereum P2P network."


This was inspired from a piece in hacked.com it seems:

https://hacked.com/vdice-io-the-worlds-first-full-decentralized-gambling-platform-ethereum-or-blockchain-tech/

Excellent article. Don't pay attention to a negative
always there will be those who is dissatisfied. Just continue good work, I believe in success!

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November 05, 2016, 02:33:31 PM
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It looks like TechInAsia has picked up on the hacked piece.

Interest is growing in Asia for the decentralization of gambling.

https://www.techinasia.com/talk/blockchain-decentralizing-gambling



QUOTE FROM ARTICLE:

"How blockchain is decentralizing gambling:

Now there is a host of exciting new startups reimagining the gambling industry. They are decentralizing the entire structure and are building something truly new.

VDice is one example of such a startup. It is billed as the world’s first fully decentralized gambling platform. It went live this June and is already wildly popular amongst blockchain geeks. Using the Ethereum blockchain, they have leveraged Smart Contract technology and have created game codes that exist without a server. These games live on the Ethereum P2P network."


This was inspired from a piece in hacked.com it seems:

https://hacked.com/vdice-io-the-worlds-first-full-decentralized-gambling-platform-ethereum-or-blockchain-tech/

Excellent article. Don't pay attention to a negative
always there will be those who is dissatisfied. Just continue good work, I believe in success!

I think they are not dissatisfied may just want to make sure Vdice concept really works
so far I only watch this discussion because I did not have much knowledge about it
following the discussion I would understand how it works and it is good for potential investors

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November 05, 2016, 08:48:02 PM
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Portuguese translation at https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1671857

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November 06, 2016, 10:17:17 AM
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Jason Colby was on the Original Ethereum Team.

Now with vDice, he talks in detail about the project with the-blockchain.com

"Where others talk of lanuching a Dapp, our team has already done that".


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PR is Silicon Valley Financial Press:-

http://markets.financialcontent.com/siliconvalley/news/read/33196676


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More sponsored news stories / press releases. Yawn.

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November 07, 2016, 08:24:56 AM
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Jason Colby was on the Original Ethereum Team.

Now with vDice, he talks in detail about the project with the-blockchain.com

http://www.the-blockchain.com/2016/10/23/interview-with-blockchain-gambling-startup-vdice-founder-jason-colby/

"Where others talk of lanuching a Dapp, our team has already done that".

https://blog.vdice.io/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/team_ethereum.jpg

https://blog.vdice.io/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/jc_interview.jpg
That's quite an awesome news !
I am already planning to invest in the ICO and then hope for the bright future, anyone who is reading me, I personally suggest you to invest at least something in this awesome ICO.

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November 07, 2016, 04:50:27 PM
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Someone asked on facebook how much money is needed for this ICO of course we're talking a minimum
maybe you forgot to add it, or maybe I do not see it carefully

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November 07, 2016, 06:02:05 PM
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What happens when only a small amount is raised? I guess project will continue knowing dice site already exists? This is an exciting project where people should pay attention in my opinion.

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November 07, 2016, 08:29:32 PM
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Someone asked on facebook how much money is needed for this ICO of course we're talking a minimum
maybe you forgot to add it, or maybe I do not see it carefully

I think  minimum of 150,000ETH and Maximum 700,000ETH. VDICE team can correct me if I'm wrong

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Someone asked on facebook how much money is needed for this ICO of course we're talking a minimum
maybe you forgot to add it, or maybe I do not see it carefully

I think  minimum of 150,000ETH and Maximum 700,000ETH. VDICE team can correct me if I'm wrong

I have asked them on facebook about the minimum goal and this is their answer:

Hi,

At vDice we are very security conscious. That is why we have one of the best, LIVE, working Dapps in Ethereum.

Security is very important.

We choose an upper limit on the smart contract because an uncapped smart contract for ICO is not good security practice.

Also, we did not choose a "minimum goal" or lower point for the ICO smart contract. This is because of security reasons also.

The technology in the Ethereum ecosystem for properly handling a minimum is not ready yet to meet our strict security standards.

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