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January 29, 2018, 10:26:14 PM
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I really dought that any exchanger can (or will) give you the dividents if you keep your tokens there.
They probably don't want to do extra work/deal with it. if anyone had kept CSNO on exchanges their dividends will be taken up by exchanges. tokens that distribute dividends are best kept in private ETH wallet/address.

Yes exchanges never credit such transactions to their users. They take it and add to their profit.

Yes, I was not asking for like exchange but bitdice itself because it seems like it would not be hard for the admin to give dividends there too, but I will look into the myetherwallet. Thanks.

Seems you misunderstood how it works.
Bitdice did snapshot of all token holders addresses with the amount. Then send ETH to all those addresses. Exchanges already received the dividends to their hot wallets but it's up to them to decide whether share it among customers. I doubt though, It's additional work. Much easier to keep them.

No, I understood, but many sites that also use their own token will let you store your tokens there and still get dividends so you do not have to keep an ether wallet and keep moving the tokens from the main site to the wallet every payment time. So like because bitdice is the one who owns csno it would be easier if we could keep the tokens in our bitdice wallet and still get dividends on them so we can play with them and not keep moving them around...
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January 29, 2018, 10:34:26 PM
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I really dought that any exchanger can (or will) give you the dividents if you keep your tokens there.
They probably don't want to do extra work/deal with it. if anyone had kept CSNO on exchanges their dividends will be taken up by exchanges. tokens that distribute dividends are best kept in private ETH wallet/address.

Yes exchanges never credit such transactions to their users. They take it and add to their profit.

Yes, I was not asking for like exchange but bitdice itself because it seems like it would not be hard for the admin to give dividends there too, but I will look into the myetherwallet. Thanks.

Seems you misunderstood how it works.
Bitdice did snapshot of all token holders addresses with the amount. Then send ETH to all those addresses. Exchanges already received the dividends to their hot wallets but it's up to them to decide whether share it among customers. I doubt though, It's additional work. Much easier to keep them.

No, I understood, but many sites that also use their own token will let you store your tokens there and still get dividends so you do not have to keep an ether wallet and keep moving the tokens from the main site to the wallet every payment time. So like because bitdice is the one who owns csno it would be easier if we could keep the tokens in our bitdice wallet and still get dividends on them so we can play with them and not keep moving them around...

Again. Exchanges already received the dividends. Go ask them.

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January 29, 2018, 10:37:57 PM
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I really dought that any exchanger can (or will) give you the dividents if you keep your tokens there.
They probably don't want to do extra work/deal with it. if anyone had kept CSNO on exchanges their dividends will be taken up by exchanges. tokens that distribute dividends are best kept in private ETH wallet/address.

Yes exchanges never credit such transactions to their users. They take it and add to their profit.

Yes, I was not asking for like exchange but bitdice itself because it seems like it would not be hard for the admin to give dividends there too, but I will look into the myetherwallet. Thanks.

Seems you misunderstood how it works.
Bitdice did snapshot of all token holders addresses with the amount. Then send ETH to all those addresses. Exchanges already received the dividends to their hot wallets but it's up to them to decide whether share it among customers. I doubt though, It's additional work. Much easier to keep them.

No, I understood, but many sites that also use their own token will let you store your tokens there and still get dividends so you do not have to keep an ether wallet and keep moving the tokens from the main site to the wallet every payment time. So like because bitdice is the one who owns csno it would be easier if we could keep the tokens in our bitdice wallet and still get dividends on them so we can play with them and not keep moving them around...

Again. Exchanges already received the dividends. Go ask them.


Why do you keep talking about exchanges? https://www.bitdice.me/ is a dice site, not an exchange. I do not want to put my tokens in an exchange, I want to put them on https://www.bitdice.me/
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January 29, 2018, 10:52:49 PM
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I really dought that any exchanger can (or will) give you the dividents if you keep your tokens there.
They probably don't want to do extra work/deal with it. if anyone had kept CSNO on exchanges their dividends will be taken up by exchanges. tokens that distribute dividends are best kept in private ETH wallet/address.

Yes exchanges never credit such transactions to their users. They take it and add to their profit.

Yes, I was not asking for like exchange but bitdice itself because it seems like it would not be hard for the admin to give dividends there too, but I will look into the myetherwallet. Thanks.

Seems you misunderstood how it works.
Bitdice did snapshot of all token holders addresses with the amount. Then send ETH to all those addresses. Exchanges already received the dividends to their hot wallets but it's up to them to decide whether share it among customers. I doubt though, It's additional work. Much easier to keep them.

No, I understood, but many sites that also use their own token will let you store your tokens there and still get dividends so you do not have to keep an ether wallet and keep moving the tokens from the main site to the wallet every payment time. So like because bitdice is the one who owns csno it would be easier if we could keep the tokens in our bitdice wallet and still get dividends on them so we can play with them and not keep moving them around...

Again. Exchanges already received the dividends. Go ask them.


Why do you keep talking about exchanges? https://www.bitdice.me/ is a dice site, not an exchange.

OK, I misunderstood it same as Febo.
You're asking if bitdice accounts with CSNO received the dividends. It's clear now. My fault.

Well, I don't know that (have no tokens there). But assume they did  because as you said it's quite easy for them to track the amounts.

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January 29, 2018, 11:11:18 PM
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I really dought that any exchanger can (or will) give you the dividents if you keep your tokens there.
They probably don't want to do extra work/deal with it. if anyone had kept CSNO on exchanges their dividends will be taken up by exchanges. tokens that distribute dividends are best kept in private ETH wallet/address.

Yes exchanges never credit such transactions to their users. They take it and add to their profit.

Yes, I was not asking for like exchange but bitdice itself because it seems like it would not be hard for the admin to give dividends there too, but I will look into the myetherwallet. Thanks.

Seems you misunderstood how it works.
Bitdice did snapshot of all token holders addresses with the amount. Then send ETH to all those addresses. Exchanges already received the dividends to their hot wallets but it's up to them to decide whether share it among customers. I doubt though, It's additional work. Much easier to keep them.

No, I understood, but many sites that also use their own token will let you store your tokens there and still get dividends so you do not have to keep an ether wallet and keep moving the tokens from the main site to the wallet every payment time. So like because bitdice is the one who owns csno it would be easier if we could keep the tokens in our bitdice wallet and still get dividends on them so we can play with them and not keep moving them around...

Again. Exchanges already received the dividends. Go ask them.


Why do you keep talking about exchanges? https://www.bitdice.me/ is a dice site, not an exchange.

OK, I misunderstood it same as Febo.
You're asking if bitdice accounts with CSNO received the dividends. It's clear now. My fault.

Well, I don't know that (have no tokens there). But assume they did  because as you said it's quite easy for them to track the amounts.

It is why I asked if we could put them on the site, not on an exchange, with the site being bitdice since we are in the bitdice thread ^^. Then others kept bringing up exchanges out of nowhere for some reason... my understanding is that bitdice did not give divs but nobody seems to know for sure and if not, I am trying to see if the admin will do it in the future because it makes things easier.
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January 30, 2018, 09:05:51 PM
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BitDice Casino Quarterly Report: Q4 2017

Introduction
BitDice Casino’s quarterly report is a new communication tool aimed to provide CSNO token holders with up-to-date information about the company’s major developments and fiscal position.

Along with financial statements, the report will include forward-looking statements and analysis of the past events. It is deemed to increase the company’s transparency and provide token holders with a comforting sense of knowledge regarding the firm’s past, present and future business developments.

Milestones: Accomplishments and Omissions

Re-designing the website



We have started with re-designing the application’s front-end to give it an entirely new authentic look. It became clear to us that adding more games to the line of existing ones, as well as adding new payment methods will be hard to achieve without upgrading the face of the Casino. We have picked up the top web design studio on Behance and are having close communication with them and their illustrators while they are creating a masterpiece, unseen before in the world of online casinos. We want to get a revolutionary idea when it comes to design, and we will stand out from the rest of competitors. The front page development is still in progress, and the static look of it will not be able to express the depth of its animating details — but it looks awesome without a doubt. We would also like to get early feedback from our playing community regarding the new design, so we look forward to hearing from you on all our communication channels (telegram, website, etc.).

Started working on licensing

We have reviewed multiple options for getting the gambling license and decided in favor of Curacao. In our view, Curacao enables the fastest and smoothest way of obtaining the license in the first place to connect other gambling providers which we currently are unable to do. After being able to launch sports betting and the full range of new games with necessary licensing, we are planning to transfer the platform to Malta. We are aware of the trust issues of Curacao, but it remains the fastest and easiest way of establishing licensing presence for the games and for accepting fiat payment methods.

Fighting with faucet farming bots and bonus farmers

Many have noticed the drastic drop of online players from over a 100 down to 30s. Unfortunately, we were forced to disable the majority of employed bonuses as users exploited them. As a result, a big chunk of players, who were receiving the rewards and never contributed real deposits, has disappeared. As we constantly monitored the amount of wager with actual deposits vis-à-vis handout bonuses, we decided to re-assess the implementation of bonuses model, and the level system of players that became outdated due to significant growth of the cryptocurrencies value. We have created a new set of playing mechanics that we will be deploying and testing gradually starting this February.

Moving to Elixir

Our whole platform is written in Ruby language, and we use web socket connection for instant data transmission between player and platform. Although web socket allows for lightning-fast user experience, the Ruby language sets certain limits when it comes to scaling up operations. We have noticed, that the moment we reach 200–300 simultaneous players, the system starts to degrade significantly. To overcome the issue, almost a year ago we initiated first steps to move some parts of the platform engine to Elixir language. Today we’ve got about 60% of the code written in Elixir, and expect the rest to be moved by the end of the 3rd Quarter. The new solution will allow us to handle up to 10 000 simultaneous connections without hurting the platform’s performance. It will become crucial when the platform accommodates new payment methods, and the whole array of new games is introduced. For example, the top companies (William Hill, Bet365) already have their engines running in Erlang/Elixir: https://www.erlang-solutions.com/blog/programming-languages-for-online-betting-an-investigation-of-go-erlang-and-elixir.html


Financial Results Q4 2017

Profitability

In the fourth quarter (1 October — 31 December) of 2017, BitDice Casino earned a net profit of USD 2 161 193,69 or USD 0,02161 per CSNO token.

Net profit from operating activity amounted to USD 1 048 308.

Net realized profit from disposal of some cryptocurrency assets amounted to USD 1 112 885,81.

Distributable profit of 70% amounted to USD 1 512 835,58 or USD 0,01513 per CSNO token (Annualized Dividend Yield of 43,22%)

Product segment overview

A total of USD 206 822 510 was wagered throughout the fourth quarter, with the dice segment being traditionally the strongest, followed by Blackjack and slots.



Q4 2017 wager grew for all cryptocurrencies except BTC, which saw downtick due to abnormally high playing activity in the previous quarters. LiteCoin surprised to the upside due to gaining more traction among cryptocurrencies globally.



Average bet size also continued to growth in USD terms thanks to the appreciation of cryptocurrencies and higher risk appetite among players.



House total revenue reached USD 1 193 245, where USD 769 132 was attributed to Dice segment, USD 384 295 to Blackjack, and USD 39 818 to Slots.

In cryptocurrency terms the revenues for the fourth quarter stood as follow:



Margin wise, the picture was somewhat volatile and deviated from our house edge benchmarks:



On average, Dice segment margin amounted to 0,41%, Blackjack 2,18%, and Slots 2,47%

Running Costs

In the fourth quarter of 2017, BitDice Casino incurred total costs of USD 144 937.

The majority of the cost was attributed to players bonuses payouts, team salaries and website re-designing:



Balance Sheet

At the end of the ICO, dated September 15, 2017, BitDice Casino raised a total of USD 8 748 793,00 in the following cryptocurrency assets:



To minimize risk exposure to cryptocurrency assets and stick to the use of proceeds prescribed in the ICO material, BitDice Casino converted 60% of its crypto assets into USD at the end of the coin offering.

As a result, the fourth quarter began with the following assets sitting on BitDice Casino’s balance sheet, with total equivalent of USD 9 988 312,42:



By the end of the fourth quarter, BitDice Casino’s balance sheet appreciated by 90,83% and amounted to USD 19 060 684,10 in dollar equivalent, largely due to crypto currency gains across the board and a net operating income of USD 1 048 308.



At the end of the fourth quarter, BitDice Casino cut exposure to some of its crypto currency assets to lock in capital gain of USD 1 112 885,81:



At the end of Q4 2017, Client deposits with BitDice Casino amounted to USD 454 060,31 and were as follows:



Distributable Profit

According to BitDice Casino profit distribution policy, every token holder that possesses a balance with value greater than 1 CSNO is entitled to receive quarterly dividend, 70% of the net profit earned pro rata its holding.

As a result of its Q4 2017 economic activity, BitDice Casino earned net operating profit in amount of USD 1 048 308 and net capital gain of USD 1 112 885,81 resulted from disposal of some of it LTC, IOTA and DOGE coins.

Effectively, the total profit of USD 2 161 193,69 is subject to 70% profit sharing among CSNO token holders.

Every token holder is entitled to receive USD 0,01513 per token (1,513 cents per token)

BitDice has made a snapshot of token holders as of Dec 31, 2017 and will distribute the dividends according to the list of CNSO token holders on Dec 31, 2017.


Plans for the Q1 2018

Finalizing the integration of the new API

We prioritize the integration of the new API over the rest of the tasks scheduled for Q1 to be able to expeditiously link all the new games provided by our game integrator. We expect the process to take up to three weeks to complete. Testing will take up a few more days, but ultimately by the end of February, we should be able to launch many new games at once.

Continue to move to Elixir Engine

We will be moving further with converting the platform to Elixir language. In this March, testing of the code is expected to be performed in a closed environment. The process of this transformation is slow and requires a big deal of attention to details. The transformation is extremely important to us for creating the new innovative products, and there are already some exciting ideas on real-time interaction with our players using this new technology.

Acquiring the Curacao License

In the upcoming quarter, we will start the process of acquiring the license, which hopefully will take no more than 4–8 weeks to complete. As soon the necessary paperwork is done, we will be opening banking accounts and connecting payment gateways for accepting fiat deposits. Opening up our platform to fiat players should drastically improve our position among competitors.

Implementing the new design

We expect the new design to be finished in March and deployed on the latest version of the platform running on Elixir. As soon as we move closer to a testing environment, we will start sending out invitations to our clients to try out the new look and share their feedback. Watch out for new announcements and screenshots as we progress and give us your thoughts.

Mobile App

We have decided to postpone the development of a mobile app until the engine of the platform is fully transformed, and the website has got a brand new design.

Roulette & BitAces

BitAces is likely to be added within the upcoming quarter while adding Roulette is highly unlikely due to increased work load related to Elixir transformation and implementation of the new design.

On-site Raffles

Raffles are in the pipeline to be implemented within this quarter on the current version of the website.


Blog Post: https://medium.com/@BitDice/bitdice-casino-quarterly-report-q4-2017-db7aed906a46


Kind regards,
The Team of BitDice Casino

Another successful and fruitful quarter of the year. Yet an upgrade to the site is on the process will boost the profitability and the enjoyable games will soon come to betdice.

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February 01, 2018, 05:29:43 AM
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I really dought that any exchanger can (or will) give you the dividents if you keep your tokens there.
They probably don't want to do extra work/deal with it. if anyone had kept CSNO on exchanges their dividends will be taken up by exchanges. tokens that distribute dividends are best kept in private ETH wallet/address.

Yes exchanges never credit such transactions to their users. They take it and add to their profit.

Yes, I was not asking for like exchange but bitdice itself because it seems like it would not be hard for the admin to give dividends there too, but I will look into the myetherwallet. Thanks.

Seems you misunderstood how it works.
Bitdice did snapshot of all token holders addresses with the amount. Then send ETH to all those addresses. Exchanges already received the dividends to their hot wallets but it's up to them to decide whether share it among customers. I doubt though, It's additional work. Much easier to keep them.

No, I understood, but many sites that also use their own token will let you store your tokens there and still get dividends so you do not have to keep an ether wallet and keep moving the tokens from the main site to the wallet every payment time. So like because bitdice is the one who owns csno it would be easier if we could keep the tokens in our bitdice wallet and still get dividends on them so we can play with them and not keep moving them around...

Again. Exchanges already received the dividends. Go ask them.


Why do you keep talking about exchanges? https://www.bitdice.me/ is a dice site, not an exchange.

OK, I misunderstood it same as Febo.
You're asking if bitdice accounts with CSNO received the dividends. It's clear now. My fault.

Well, I don't know that (have no tokens there). But assume they did  because as you said it's quite easy for them to track the amounts.

It is why I asked if we could put them on the site, not on an exchange, with the site being bitdice since we are in the bitdice thread ^^. Then others kept bringing up exchanges out of nowhere for some reason... my understanding is that bitdice did not give divs but nobody seems to know for sure and if not, I am trying to see if the admin will do it in the future because it makes things easier.

I think yours is a legit query why don't you just contact bitdice support on the site. Also drop Alex a pm if he feels there a answer to be given he shall. Sometimes this topic gets to much crowded, so best is you contact them directly as everyone here would only know what's posted here. Once you get any clarification post here so all of us know to.

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February 01, 2018, 05:44:31 AM
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I really dought that any exchanger can (or will) give you the dividents if you keep your tokens there.
They probably don't want to do extra work/deal with it. if anyone had kept CSNO on exchanges their dividends will be taken up by exchanges. tokens that distribute dividends are best kept in private ETH wallet/address.

Yes exchanges never credit such transactions to their users. They take it and add to their profit.

Yes, I was not asking for like exchange but bitdice itself because it seems like it would not be hard for the admin to give dividends there too, but I will look into the myetherwallet. Thanks.

Seems you misunderstood how it works.
Bitdice did snapshot of all token holders addresses with the amount. Then send ETH to all those addresses. Exchanges already received the dividends to their hot wallets but it's up to them to decide whether share it among customers. I doubt though, It's additional work. Much easier to keep them.

No, I understood, but many sites that also use their own token will let you store your tokens there and still get dividends so you do not have to keep an ether wallet and keep moving the tokens from the main site to the wallet every payment time. So like because bitdice is the one who owns csno it would be easier if we could keep the tokens in our bitdice wallet and still get dividends on them so we can play with them and not keep moving them around...

Again. Exchanges already received the dividends. Go ask them.


Why do you keep talking about exchanges? https://www.bitdice.me/ is a dice site, not an exchange.

OK, I misunderstood it same as Febo.
You're asking if bitdice accounts with CSNO received the dividends. It's clear now. My fault.

Well, I don't know that (have no tokens there). But assume they did  because as you said it's quite easy for them to track the amounts.

It is why I asked if we could put them on the site, not on an exchange, with the site being bitdice since we are in the bitdice thread ^^. Then others kept bringing up exchanges out of nowhere for some reason... my understanding is that bitdice did not give divs but nobody seems to know for sure and if not, I am trying to see if the admin will do it in the future because it makes things easier.

I think yours is a legit query why don't you just contact bitdice support on the site. Also drop Alex a pm if he feels there a answer to be given he shall. Sometimes this topic gets to much crowded, so best is you contact them directly as everyone here would only know what's posted here. Once you get any clarification post here so all of us know to.

So what you are saying is to ask privately and then tell you publicly? Why not ask publicly so you can see the answer for yourself? All people on the forums here do is tell you if it does not come from the source it is false anyways, so sharing anything he did tell me would do no good...
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February 01, 2018, 12:24:50 PM
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Ok guys, yes, valid question and let's just wait for the reply as to whether or not dividends will be distributed to CSNO holders who keep a balance in the BitDice wallet. Quoting the long threads is probably confusing everyone. My guess is: it isn't as simple to do this as CSNO balances within accounts are not something you can snapshot on the blockchain, but I guess we'll figure it out when Alex does.

P.S. Who else likes the new front-end graphics? Graphics aren't really what pulls me but as long as they don't take forever to load, I'm okay.

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February 01, 2018, 03:31:15 PM
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Ok guys, yes, valid question and let's just wait for the reply as to whether or not dividends will be distributed to CSNO holders who keep a balance in the BitDice wallet. Quoting the long threads is probably confusing everyone. My guess is: it isn't as simple to do this as CSNO balances within accounts are not something you can snapshot on the blockchain, but I guess we'll figure it out when Alex does.
We get the same deposit address when we choose to deposit either ETH or CSNO, so i think it wouldn't be too complicated to distributed dividends to those holding CSNO on bitdice. i think maybe Alex did distribute dividends to those had CSNO (at the time of snapshot) in their bitdice account/wallet. let's wait for Alex's reply regarding this. Roll Eyes

P.S. Who else likes the new front-end graphics? Graphics aren't really what pulls me but as long as they don't take forever to load, I'm okay.
I like it very much. Smiley Alex said in his report that he's moving to elixir, site would be much faster after everything is completely moved to elixir.
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February 02, 2018, 02:17:34 PM
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I really dought that any exchanger can (or will) give you the dividents if you keep your tokens there.
They probably don't want to do extra work/deal with it. if anyone had kept CSNO on exchanges their dividends will be taken up by exchanges. tokens that distribute dividends are best kept in private ETH wallet/address.

Yes exchanges never credit such transactions to their users. They take it and add to their profit.

And which exchanges have CSNO listed anyway.  There's only HitBTC afaik.  And according to the Monero community, it's shady as f*ck.  Tho I don't have any problems with them so far...

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February 02, 2018, 07:33:39 PM
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Ok guys, yes, valid question and let's just wait for the reply as to whether or not dividends will be distributed to CSNO holders who keep a balance in the BitDice wallet. Quoting the long threads is probably confusing everyone. My guess is: it isn't as simple to do this as CSNO balances within accounts are not something you can snapshot on the blockchain, but I guess we'll figure it out when Alex does.
We get the same deposit address when we choose to deposit either ETH or CSNO, so i think it wouldn't be too complicated to distributed dividends to those holding CSNO on bitdice. i think maybe Alex did distribute dividends to those had CSNO (at the time of snapshot) in their bitdice account/wallet. let's wait for Alex's reply regarding this. Roll Eyes

Yeah, Alex mentioned that those that had an active CSNO balance were credited dividends as an ETH deposit on site.
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February 03, 2018, 07:35:20 PM
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Ok guys, yes, valid question and let's just wait for the reply as to whether or not dividends will be distributed to CSNO holders who keep a balance in the BitDice wallet. Quoting the long threads is probably confusing everyone. My guess is: it isn't as simple to do this as CSNO balances within accounts are not something you can snapshot on the blockchain, but I guess we'll figure it out when Alex does.
We get the same deposit address when we choose to deposit either ETH or CSNO, so i think it wouldn't be too complicated to distributed dividends to those holding CSNO on bitdice. i think maybe Alex did distribute dividends to those had CSNO (at the time of snapshot) in their bitdice account/wallet. let's wait for Alex's reply regarding this. Roll Eyes

Yeah, Alex mentioned that those that had an active CSNO balance were credited dividends as an ETH deposit on site.
Ah, okay. thanks for the reply/confirmation.

I really dought that any exchanger can (or will) give you the dividents if you keep your tokens there.
They probably don't want to do extra work/deal with it. if anyone had kept CSNO on exchanges their dividends will be taken up by exchanges. tokens that distribute dividends are best kept in private ETH wallet/address.

Yes exchanges never credit such transactions to their users. They take it and add to their profit.

And which exchanges have CSNO listed anyway.  There's only HitBTC afaik.  And according to the Monero community, it's shady as f*ck.  Tho I don't have any problems with them so far...
I'm avoiding doing any trades at hitbtc, their deposit fee scares me off. suppose you want to sell your CSNO, the deposit fee currently is 168 CSNO/ 5 mBTC. would you pay that much of deposit fee? i won't. ED is a better option, but it lacks liquidity.
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February 04, 2018, 03:12:11 AM
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Ok guys, yes, valid question and let's just wait for the reply as to whether or not dividends will be distributed to CSNO holders who keep a balance in the BitDice wallet. Quoting the long threads is probably confusing everyone. My guess is: it isn't as simple to do this as CSNO balances within accounts are not something you can snapshot on the blockchain, but I guess we'll figure it out when Alex does.
We get the same deposit address when we choose to deposit either ETH or CSNO, so i think it wouldn't be too complicated to distributed dividends to those holding CSNO on bitdice. i think maybe Alex did distribute dividends to those had CSNO (at the time of snapshot) in their bitdice account/wallet. let's wait for Alex's reply regarding this. Roll Eyes

Yeah, Alex mentioned that those that had an active CSNO balance were credited dividends as an ETH deposit on site.

You are sure? I am asking because he said this

To get dividends for Q4'17, you should store CSNO tokens on your private Ethereum address during the snapshot which will be made with the first block on Jan 1, 2018, 00:00 GMT+0.

please withdraw your tokens to your private address.
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I really dought that any exchanger can (or will) give you the dividents if you keep your tokens there.
They probably don't want to do extra work/deal with it. if anyone had kept CSNO on exchanges their dividends will be taken up by exchanges. tokens that distribute dividends are best kept in private ETH wallet/address.

Yes exchanges never credit such transactions to their users. They take it and add to their profit.

And which exchanges have CSNO listed anyway.  There's only HitBTC afaik.  And according to the Monero community, it's shady as f*ck.  Tho I don't have any problems with them so far...
I'm avoiding doing any trades at hitbtc, their deposit fee scares me off. suppose you want to sell your CSNO, the deposit fee currently is 168 CSNO/ 5 mBTC. would you pay that much of deposit fee? i won't. ED is a better option, but it lacks liquidity.

Yes HitBTC is known by high fees. But many exchanges have them and fro most coins.  Usually when people complain about high withdrawal fees, it looks like it is limited to that particular coin. But is not. As I remember from one list average of Binance fees was over $10.

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February 05, 2018, 03:09:11 PM
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I really dought that any exchanger can (or will) give you the dividents if you keep your tokens there.
They probably don't want to do extra work/deal with it. if anyone had kept CSNO on exchanges their dividends will be taken up by exchanges. tokens that distribute dividends are best kept in private ETH wallet/address.

Yes exchanges never credit such transactions to their users. They take it and add to their profit.

And which exchanges have CSNO listed anyway.  There's only HitBTC afaik.  And according to the Monero community, it's shady as f*ck.  Tho I don't have any problems with them so far...
I'm avoiding doing any trades at hitbtc, their deposit fee scares me off. suppose you want to sell your CSNO, the deposit fee currently is 168 CSNO/ 5 mBTC. would you pay that much of deposit fee? i won't. ED is a better option, but it lacks liquidity.

Yes HitBTC is known by high fees. But many exchanges have them and fro most coins.  Usually when people complain about high withdrawal fees, it looks like it is limited to that particular coin. But is not. As I remember from one list average of Binance fees was over $10.
Most exchanges don't have deposit fees though, much less $50+ deposit fees. Thats what makes them a scam.
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February 05, 2018, 03:38:42 PM
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After long time no play at bitdice, today I decided to deposit few mbtc. Played some rounds of the slots game and a bit lucky enough to win 6mbtc with 1000 satoshi bet. But that's not the main point, what I'm wondering right now is why the chat room seems to be so silence. Only few people around even though there are 25 players online. Really miss the time when there were chat games where I had to compete with other players in hunt number contest.

Edit: Is this normal to get stuck on loading while confirming withdrawal? The page of withdrawal stuck for more than 10 minutes already? Tried to refresh the page and still the same then I check my history under my profile and it shows 2 withdrawal request. Is this OK?

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February 06, 2018, 05:02:06 PM
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Treasure Chest is Back!

After the extreme abuse, we had to modify the rules. This one should be fair to everyone. I hope players will like our new Treasure Chest.

* To be eligible you need to deposit and wager those coins. If you wagered free coins from rain, chat trivia or friend - it doesn't count. Only real deposits count.
* We have a moving average for a 30 days period. If you wager every day, you get the max from the chest! We give as much as 5% of the wagered amount [From game's HE] for TC level 5.
* Depending on your level, wagered amount and how frequently you play and claim TC you have a small chance to win some extra tokens from the chest.

The system is new, and we are going to review it. Please let me know if you have a question or problem with the new Treasure Chest.

Good luck and have fun!

Regards,
Alex.

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February 06, 2018, 08:15:16 PM
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Edit: Is this normal to get stuck on loading while confirming withdrawal? The page of withdrawal stuck for more than 10 minutes already? Tried to refresh the page and still the same then I check my history under my profile and it shows 2 withdrawal request. Is this OK?

Ensure you are using the same device that requested the withdraw (that is also logged in) to confirm the withdraw. The withdraw page should show you a txid when it is properly confirmed.
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February 08, 2018, 12:59:17 AM
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Treasure Chest is Back!

After the extreme abuse, we had to modify the rules. This one should be fair to everyone. I hope players will like our new Treasure Chest.

* To be eligible you need to deposit and wager those coins. If you wagered free coins from rain, chat trivia or friend - it doesn't count. Only real deposits count.
* We have a moving average for a 30 days period. If you wager every day, you get the max from the chest! We give as much as 5% of the wagered amount [From game's HE] for TC level 5.
* Depending on your level, wagered amount and how frequently you play and claim TC you have a small chance to win some extra tokens from the chest.

The system is new, and we are going to review it. Please let me know if you have a question or problem with the new Treasure Chest.

Good luck and have fun!

Regards,
Alex.

So glad you found a way to bring back the treasure chest!

I'm not sure I understand the deposit requirement.  If I already have a balance at Bitdice, what does it count as?  Is there an incentive to withdraw one's current balance and redeposit it?

Not trying to give you a hard time, just trying to understand the system.  It seems like it will be hard to track the source of everyone's coins, but maybe not.

Regardless, thanks for a great site!

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