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June 08, 2017, 05:59:31 AM
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Hello all,

just one question.

When you are leaving the site and you hire bartender for max minutes what is the best ratio to buy between beer, wine and whiskey?

TY

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The registration page is not working? I keep getting the error saying email empty, nickname empty, wrong captcha   even though I put everything right.
I'm not sure what's up, but please, could you repeat the registering process through incognito mode and see if it works?
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June 08, 2017, 08:18:27 AM
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Hello all,

just one question.

When you are leaving the site and you hire bartender for max minutes what is the best ratio to buy between beer, wine and whiskey?

TY


It depend on where you are in the game. Work on these ratios and fine-tune from there.

Beer: one sold every minute for every five seats
Wine: one sold every 6 minutes for every five seat
Whiskey: one sold every 10 minutes for every five seats
Cigars: something like 50% chance of selling a cigar for every whiskey sold

Note that there are conditions on these but I can't remember exactly what it was since the ratios were removed from the help file when the site was upgraded many months ago. You have something like a 2 in 5 chance of selling a whiskey every time a beer is sold. so you won't always sell whiskey or wine to these proportions but you will never sell more than these.
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June 08, 2017, 08:27:22 AM
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Depending on the code you have you will have to address this soon:

If the input box will not accept more than the maximum credits or less then the minimum credits
and there is a check calculation which verifies the no of converted bitcoin is half the number of credits
then withdrawal will be impossible when the exchange rate gets to less than 0.2500

OK, So I have managed to confirm this through experiments in the past few days.

The withdrawal form will not let you withdraw over 100,000 credits.
The withdrawal form will convert the payout to satoshi and will not let you withdraw less than 25,000 satoshi (assumed to be calculated half of the minimum balance)

Therefor the premise is true: withdrawal will be impossible when the exchange rate gets to less than 0.2500 since you will need more than 100,000 credits to achieve the minimum withdrawal of 25,000 satoshi.
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June 08, 2017, 09:29:22 AM
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Depending on the code you have you will have to address this soon:

If the input box will not accept more than the maximum credits or less then the minimum credits
and there is a check calculation which verifies the no of converted bitcoin is half the number of credits
then withdrawal will be impossible when the exchange rate gets to less than 0.2500

OK, So I have managed to confirm this through experiments in the past few days.

The withdrawal form will not let you withdraw over 100,000 credits.
The withdrawal form will convert the payout to satoshi and will not let you withdraw less than 25,000 satoshi (assumed to be calculated half of the minimum balance)

Therefor the premise is true: withdrawal will be impossible when the exchange rate gets to less than 0.2500 since you will need more than 100,000 credits to achieve the minimum withdrawal of 25,000 satoshi.

The minimum is 50,000 credits, not 50k or 25k sat. At the current rate when you withdraw 50k you get 15215 satoshi, so there are no "legacy codes" or anything preventing less than 25k sat.

If you are interested in the formula so you can calculate it for all situations:
credit_satoshi_price = ((1 / usd_credit_rate) / btc_usd_price) * 100000000

The usd_credit_rate is 120000, and current BTC price is 2678. The usd_credit_rate is a fixed number and just decides the ratio. 100000000 is the number of satoshi's in 1 bitcoin.
With these numbers we get 1 credit = 0.3111774956.

With the BTC price at $1000 then we'd get 1 credit = 0.8333333333.
With the BTC price at $5000 then we'd get 1 credit = 0.1666666667.
And with the BTC price at $20,000 then we'd get 1 credit = 0.04166666667.

As you can see it's almost impossible (with our current times) for the 50k limit to make withdrawing "impossible". For it to become impossible (when you withdraw 50k credits and get 1 or less satoshi) the BTC price would need to be $40,000,000 per bitcoin.

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June 08, 2017, 09:57:47 AM
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Hello all,

just one question.

When you are leaving the site and you hire bartender for max minutes what is the best ratio to buy between beer, wine and whiskey?

TY


It depend on where you are in the game. Work on these ratios and fine-tune from there.

Beer: one sold every minute for every five seats
Wine: one sold every 6 minutes for every five seat
Whiskey: one sold every 10 minutes for every five seats
Cigars: something like 50% chance of selling a cigar for every whiskey sold

Note that there are conditions on these but I can't remember exactly what it was since the ratios were removed from the help file when the site was upgraded many months ago. You have something like a 2 in 5 chance of selling a whiskey every time a beer is sold. so you won't always sell whiskey or wine to these proportions but you will never sell more than these.

Thanks for your info. It helps me a lot.

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June 08, 2017, 11:57:29 AM
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WOW, did task rewards get a kick in the nuts or what?!?!?!

I got 17 credits for a task reward yesterday... that suddenly became not worth doing, it's usually a few hundred at least.

Are you trying to drive people away Mexican?
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June 08, 2017, 12:05:31 PM
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WOW, did task rewards get a kick in the nuts or what?!?!?!

I got 17 credits for a task reward yesterday... that suddenly became not worth doing, it's usually a few hundred at least.

Are you trying to drive people away Mexican?
No, I am not, but I invite you push bitcoin price down or fund the wallet, so we can fix the current "driving away of people".
I haven't touched any tasks btw.

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June 08, 2017, 12:31:20 PM
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The lowest I could recall getting from task reward was like ~300, then I got 17 last night and after your other changes, I just figured task reward was the latest thing to get nerfed.
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June 08, 2017, 02:21:04 PM
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, but I invite you push bitcoin price down
That can be done but could be to insignificant  Cool Bitcoin is very sensitive to bad news, negative tweets, fake rumors, etc .  Wink  Cheesy

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June 08, 2017, 02:25:03 PM
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, but I invite you push bitcoin price down
That can be done but could be to insignificant  Cool Bitcoin is very sensitive to bad news, negative tweets, fake rumors, etc .  Wink Cheesy
So you're saying that you didn't hear that blochchain was hacked today by the lizardsquad and they're demanding $100M to release Satoshi Nakamoto?

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June 08, 2017, 02:40:07 PM
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, but I invite you push bitcoin price down
That can be done but could be to insignificant  Cool Bitcoin is very sensitive to bad news, negative tweets, fake rumors, etc .  Wink Cheesy
So you're saying that you didn't hear that blochchain was hacked today by the lizardsquad and they're demanding $100M to release Satoshi Nakamoto?
Cheesy oh my  Cheesy, so from tonight we'll see a huge drop in bitcoin price  Grin up to -1000$ ,i think the price drop already has began  Grin
At least im glad that Qatar diplomats or Saudi Arabia are not involved in this too Cheesy

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June 10, 2017, 10:28:54 AM
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@mex did you think you would transfer VirtualPub to some altcoin? For example, Litecoin is relatively stable or any altcoin that supports FaucetHub.

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@mex did you think you would transfer VirtualPub to some altcoin? For example, Litecoin is relatively stable or any altcoin that supports FaucetHub.
No, I'm sorry man, but for now I only work with BTC sites Sad

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June 10, 2017, 11:54:56 PM
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Hey does anyone know how Hire Referrals works?

Does it pick from ACTIVE existing players that don't already have referrals or ALL players that don't have referrals?

Mexican?
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Hey does anyone know how Hire Referrals works?

Does it pick from ACTIVE existing players that don't already have referrals or ALL players that don't have referrals?

Mexican?
Hey, I'm pretty sure it's the active ones.
Can't check database right now, though.

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June 11, 2017, 12:11:49 AM
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Hey does anyone know how Hire Referrals works?

Does it pick from ACTIVE existing players that don't already have referrals or ALL players that don't have referrals?

Mexican?
Hey, I'm pretty sure it's the active ones.
Can't check database right now, though.

Sweet, can you confirm that for me when you can?  And what does "active" mean, online within the last day?
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June 11, 2017, 06:10:09 AM
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Hey does anyone know how Hire Referrals works?

Does it pick from ACTIVE existing players that don't already have referrals or ALL players that don't have referrals?

Mexican?

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