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June 18, 2011, 10:52:52 PM
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Neat idea! Unfortunately, I don't have the time.


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June 18, 2011, 10:53:03 PM
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So did you ever get the whole "Bitcoin P2P network" problem worked out ?
yes if you pay through mybitcoin i get the address if you pay through the client i get the address...but if you send in using the client with the mybitcoin button and your not a mybitcoin member i dont get the address... its on the site now Cool
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June 18, 2011, 10:54:01 PM
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Neat idea! Unfortunately, I don't have the time.


what do you mean it takes two seconds to enter!  Grin
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June 18, 2011, 11:04:44 PM
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Where are all the ticket payments going? How can we verify? Unless there is a list somewhere it can't be known if you are going to trick how big the pot is. Perhaps making a list. I don't see it anywhere. I don't use flash and parts of your site won't load for me. So perhaps you do I just don't see it.
for security of the members i wont release the addresses but i wouldn't lie about a 0.019bt jackpot...
Ok, we just have to trust that the jackpot is what it is? You may want to reconsider that.

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June 18, 2011, 11:25:19 PM
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Where are all the ticket payments going? How can we verify? Unless there is a list somewhere it can't be known if you are going to trick how big the pot is. Perhaps making a list. I don't see it anywhere. I don't use flash and parts of your site won't load for me. So perhaps you do I just don't see it.
for security of the members i wont release the addresses but i wouldn't lie about a 0.019bt jackpot...
Ok, we just have to trust that the jackpot is what it is? You may want to reconsider that.

How does BitLotto do it ?
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June 18, 2011, 11:35:45 PM
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How does BitLotto do it ?
All tickets are at one address. You can see them at blockexplorer.com. There is no way for me to trick how big the jackpot is. (you only need to look at DEPOSITS not the total. Some was taken out for payment of winner and some to refund overpayment of tickets. But add up the .25 tickets and the 1 BTC minus .75 refund and you'll get jackpot size)
Their payment hash is their ticket. I can't alter or fake that.

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June 18, 2011, 11:54:35 PM
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How does BitLotto do it ?
All tickets are at one address. You can see them at blockexplorer.com. There is no way for me to trick how big the jackpot is. (you only need to look at DEPOSITS not the total. Some was taken out for payment of winner and some to refund overpayment of tickets. But add up the .25 tickets and the 1 BTC minus .75 refund and you'll get jackpot size)
Their payment hash is their ticket. I can't alter or fake that.
well this is my address 1B2NGyTimGcMv8FUyFJv47TNaZq4X7Xa9R but I use mybitcoin.com until people send in without it...
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