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February 26, 2018, 05:19:35 PM
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We have also lowered the BTC withdrawal fee by 50%, I hope the network fees will stay low. I am thinking about introducing dynamic fees that would reflect the current mempool status.

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Dynamic fees would be fantastic. Maybe you could talk to RHavar about that, I know he's done some amazing things with busta's withdraw system.

But in the meantime, lowering fees is still good Smiley
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February 27, 2018, 12:47:36 AM
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Sence that you mention investments,can we have a date or a time schedule for LTC investments?
Maybe you already say something about this in a previous post but i wasn't follow for some days now...

We have also lowered the BTC withdrawal fee by 50%, I hope the network fees will stay low.


That's great news indeed. If BTC though rise up fast,again,then the fees will be up again... Roll Eyes
Until then,let's enjoy this reduce! Grin
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February 27, 2018, 01:31:30 AM
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Sence that you mention investments,can we have a date or a time schedule for LTC investments?
Maybe you already say something about this in a previous post but i wasn't follow for some days now...

We have also lowered the BTC withdrawal fee by 50%, I hope the network fees will stay low.


That's great news indeed. If BTC though rise up fast,again,then the fees will be up again... Roll Eyes
Until then,let's enjoy this reduce! Grin

Ethan mentioned in chat that LTC investments won't come until after ETH is implemented.
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February 27, 2018, 08:26:16 AM
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We have also lowered the BTC withdrawal fee by 50%, I hope the network fees will stay low. I am thinking about introducing dynamic fees that would reflect the current mempool status.

Cheers,
Ethan

Dynamic fees would be fantastic. Maybe you could talk to RHavar about that, I know he's done some amazing things with busta's withdraw system.

But in the meantime, lowering fees is still good Smiley

I think I might actually include dynamic fees in the next bigger release... It would be great indeed to offer withdrawals at actual network prices and not having to update the fees manually! I am re-working the fees anyway because of upcoming ETH support.

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March 02, 2018, 12:18:43 PM
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Hey, Ethan.

I want you to suggest why don't to make that YOLOdice calculate more than "8 decimals" after dot in dice?! (if you don't understand what I mean, please write me private msg)

I think it don't pay nothing to you, and YOLOdice income will be the same in the end.

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March 02, 2018, 12:38:51 PM
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Great job.  Might have to incorporate some of this.
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March 02, 2018, 04:10:34 PM
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Hey, Ethan.

I want you to suggest why don't to make that YOLOdice calculate more than "8 decimals" after dot in dice?! (if you don't understand what I mean, please write me private msg)

I think it don't pay nothing to you, and YOLOdice income will be the same in the end.
How would that benefit anyone?  The whole reason it is 8 decimals is because that's how Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies in general work.  You can't send someone half a satoshi.  If anything then the servers would just get flooded with miniscule dust bets and it'd slow down the site.

I'm not trying to be rude to you, I just don't understand why you're suggesting this.  Who does it help?  What's the benefit?  I've never seen any other dice site or exchange or anything do this.

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March 02, 2018, 04:38:43 PM
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Hey, Ethan.

I want you to suggest why don't to make that YOLOdice calculate more than "8 decimals" after dot in dice?! (if you don't understand what I mean, please write me private msg)

I think it don't pay nothing to you, and YOLOdice income will be the same in the end.
How would that benefit anyone?  The whole reason it is 8 decimals is because that's how Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies in general work.  You can't send someone half a satoshi.  If anything then the servers would just get flooded with miniscule dust bets and it'd slow down the site.

I'm not trying to be rude to you, I just don't understand why you're suggesting this.  Who does it help?  What's the benefit?  I've never seen any other dice site or exchange or anything do this.

old bit-exo has count/give profit from more than 8 decimals.

now I know that cryptogames dice game does that.

dont play anywhere else to know about other sites.

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who does it help? whats the benefit?

then you can play on high winning percentage/low multiplier with low basebets and get out all mathematically from this bet, like it was with bigger basebets.

like sample -> on 90%(1.1x) with 1% HE, minimum bet is 0.00000010 to win 0.00000001, if you bet 0.00000009 you will get 0. but if site count more than 8 decimals, then you can bet even with 0.00000001 and get 1/10 from 1 satoshi, and after 10 wins you will credited with 1satoshi.

and with 98.9011%(1.001x) you need to bet atleast 0.00001001 to gain profit 1 satoshi, if you bet 1000satoshi or lower you will get nothing if site doest not count more than 8 decimals.

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March 02, 2018, 05:57:51 PM
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Hey, Ethan.

I want you to suggest why don't to make that YOLOdice calculate more than "8 decimals" after dot in dice?! (if you don't understand what I mean, please write me private msg)

I think it don't pay nothing to you, and YOLOdice income will be the same in the end.
How would that benefit anyone?  The whole reason it is 8 decimals is because that's how Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies in general work.  You can't send someone half a satoshi.  If anything then the servers would just get flooded with miniscule dust bets and it'd slow down the site.

I'm not trying to be rude to you, I just don't understand why you're suggesting this.  Who does it help?  What's the benefit?  I've never seen any other dice site or exchange or anything do this.

old bit-exo has count/give profit from more than 8 decimals.

now I know that cryptogames dice game does that.

dont play anywhere else to know about other sites.

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who does it help? whats the benefit?

then you can play on high winning percentage/low multiplier with low basebets and get out all mathematically from this bet, like it was with bigger basebets.

like sample -> on 90%(1.1x) with 1% HE, minimum bet is 0.00000010 to win 0.00000001, if you bet 0.00000009 you will get 0. but if site count more than 8 decimals, then you can bet even with 0.00000001 and get 1/10 from 1 satoshi, and after 10 wins you will credited with 1satoshi.

and with 98.9011%(1.001x) you need to bet atleast 0.00001001 to gain profit 1 satoshi, if you bet 1000satoshi or lower you will get nothing if site doest not count more than 8 decimals.

I agree with Kiritsugu, I cannot see point in including anything less than 1 satoshi. Other than that, YD is really precise about tracking coins and it's been designed to resolution up to 1 satoshi. Changing that would require A LOT of work, which IMO could be spent on something that would bring some real value to the table.

Other than that, I think 1 satoshi (which right now is ~ 0.0001 USD) "should be enough for anybody".

Cheers,
Ethan

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March 02, 2018, 07:31:55 PM
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Hey, Ethan.

I want you to suggest why don't to make that YOLOdice calculate more than "8 decimals" after dot in dice?! (if you don't understand what I mean, please write me private msg)

I think it don't pay nothing to you, and YOLOdice income will be the same in the end.
How would that benefit anyone?  The whole reason it is 8 decimals is because that's how Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies in general work.  You can't send someone half a satoshi.  If anything then the servers would just get flooded with miniscule dust bets and it'd slow down the site.

I'm not trying to be rude to you, I just don't understand why you're suggesting this.  Who does it help?  What's the benefit?  I've never seen any other dice site or exchange or anything do this.

old bit-exo has count/give profit from more than 8 decimals.

now I know that cryptogames dice game does that.

dont play anywhere else to know about other sites.

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who does it help? whats the benefit?

then you can play on high winning percentage/low multiplier with low basebets and get out all mathematically from this bet, like it was with bigger basebets.

like sample -> on 90%(1.1x) with 1% HE, minimum bet is 0.00000010 to win 0.00000001, if you bet 0.00000009 you will get 0. but if site count more than 8 decimals, then you can bet even with 0.00000001 and get 1/10 from 1 satoshi, and after 10 wins you will credited with 1satoshi.

and with 98.9011%(1.001x) you need to bet atleast 0.00001001 to gain profit 1 satoshi, if you bet 1000satoshi or lower you will get nothing if site doest not count more than 8 decimals.

I agree with Kiritsugu, I cannot see point in including anything less than 1 satoshi. Other than that, YD is really precise about tracking coins and it's been designed to resolution up to 1 satoshi. Changing that would require A LOT of work, which IMO could be spent on something that would bring some real value to the table.

Other than that, I think 1 satoshi (which right now is ~ 0.0001 USD) "should be enough for anybody".

Cheers,
Ethan

I'm not talking here what is "enough" or what is not "enough" for somebody, here is not talk about how much is worth that "one bet" profit after 8 decimals compare it to real money, here is talk about mathematically right made up dice game structure for everyone(for people who has a lot of money to play dice 1+BTC, and for people who has not such big money to play dice)

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March 02, 2018, 07:41:29 PM
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I'm not talking here what is "enough" or what is not "enough" for somebody, here is not talk about how much is worth that "one bet" profit after 8 decimals compare it to real money, here is talk about mathematically right made up dice game structure for everyone(for people who has a lot of money to play dice 1+BTC, and for people who has not such big money to play dice)

We are not going to change the precision. Period. Too much work, no real benefit, terrible consequences for the consistency of the game IMO.

Cheers,
Ethan

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March 04, 2018, 10:50:24 AM
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Wow, bet #1,000,000,000 (one billionth bet) was placed just yesterday!


Congratulations and good luck, @jeanluc!

I think we'll start a competition on Mon to celebrate this YOLOdice milestone too.

Take care and cheers,
Ethan

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March 04, 2018, 05:15:53 PM
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Wow, bet #1,000,000,000 (one billionth bet) was placed just yesterday!


Congratulations and good luck, @jeanluc!

I think we'll start a competition on Mon to celebrate this YOLOdice milestone too.

Take care and cheers,
Ethan
One Billion bets placed. Not too many sites can say this with in a span of a little over a year and two months in operation.
And it being in Litecoin does show that using something other than bitcoin does make a difference in the progression of a site.
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March 04, 2018, 05:39:54 PM
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Wow, bet #1,000,000,000 (one billionth bet) was placed just yesterday!


Congratulations and good luck, @jeanluc!

I think we'll start a competition on Mon to celebrate this YOLOdice milestone too.

Take care and cheers,
Ethan
Woo!  This is a really nice milestone for YD! Cheesy  I knew we were gonna hit it soon, just wasn't expecting it last night.

Congratulations!  And a big thanks to everyone that plays at YOLOdice!

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March 05, 2018, 04:03:07 PM
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We just launched a new competition to celebrate our 1 Billion Bets milestone, come check it out!!

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3070837.0

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March 05, 2018, 04:09:38 PM
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Wow, bet #1,000,000,000 (one billionth bet) was placed just yesterday!


Congratulations and good luck, @jeanluc!

I think we'll start a competition on Mon to celebrate this YOLOdice milestone too.

Take care and cheers,
Ethan
Damn I can't believe this site started just one year ago and is already the top 5 sites congrats ethan you and your team totally deserves it hope to see 2 billion bets by end of this year
Can't wait for ethereum to he added
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March 05, 2018, 05:58:14 PM
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so maybe i can get some help.. ive accidentaly sent my ltc to my btc account.. is there anything that can happen to recover them?
tx id 8e6eb6166203d231b14f7787c3ffe32d620062a90fc30ed38e564d29be902edb
https://live.blockcypher.com/ltc/address/3Gf3FugzGkgetf2ybrk532HTkB9h38YoWA/
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March 05, 2018, 10:06:10 PM
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so maybe i can get some help.. ive accidentaly sent my ltc to my btc account.. is there anything that can happen to recover them?
tx id 8e6eb6166203d231b14f7787c3ffe32d620062a90fc30ed38e564d29be902edb
https://live.blockcypher.com/ltc/address/3Gf3FugzGkgetf2ybrk532HTkB9h38YoWA/

Ethan, you might be able to use instructions from this reddit thread to do something about this, but for such a small amount of money I'm not sure it's worth it.
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March 06, 2018, 04:04:18 PM
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Is this a bug? In the 'largest bets' list a lot of the bets are by a "hidden" player, but in the "last 7 days" list I see the same bets with "Sadie" next to them. If Sadie wants to hide you should hide her name in both lists!


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March 06, 2018, 04:12:12 PM
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Dont think its a bug dooglus.
They have options available on the profile page that they can checkmark next to them to enable to hide their bets from the public and on the leaderboard.
Those can only been seen by the player when they have these options they choose to show to others on the site.

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