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June 20, 2011, 07:23:51 PM
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I know it's new and no one has entered but currently it says it's 0.10 to enter for a chance of winning 0.019.
You could at least make that a bit more to start with, take a gamble that people may play. Smiley
I have no BTC myself other than those entries but the site does collect 0.05% I will add that to the first pot the money thats there now is someone else's entry when the entry was lower
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June 20, 2011, 07:30:24 PM
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I'll let you fail on your own, cya.
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June 20, 2011, 07:49:19 PM
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At least this guy is trying to encourage trade in bitcoins.

Most people here just hoard it and think the currency will be a success if none of it flows from one person to another  Roll Eyes
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June 20, 2011, 07:55:17 PM
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How do we know it's genuine?  Grin
what you mean?
How do we know it's genuine?

i.e., the winner is drawn at "random", right?... so who will be the winner then? Huh

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June 20, 2011, 07:57:32 PM
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How do we know it's genuine?  Grin
what you mean?
How do we know it's genuine?

i.e., the winner is drawn at "random", right?... so who will be the winner then? Huh

You don't the site is crap, he didn't think this out thoroughly enough, Delete it bro, trust me.
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June 20, 2011, 08:08:55 PM
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I dont know what the original poster did to all these peeps to dislike him/her but i dont believe constant discouragment and use of cuss words and telling someone to discontinue a simple idea just becuase the looks of a website is entirly respectfull and/or neccesarry.

Back to the original poster, i think the problem might be in the trust aspect of the BTC.
What security measures are in place to prevent my Btc from being stolen from you?(do you encrypt the wallet file?)
Is it random? Or pseudo random? If your using your computer to generate random numbers they arnt actually random their peusdo random i would suggest going to random.com(may be it was random.org cant remember) and get real random numbers from their.

And the third point is that you didnt really use any effort for the inital starting jackpot, even if just two people join your site thats enough to commence the jackpot which will notify everyone that their is money to be made from your
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June 20, 2011, 08:10:57 PM
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If you need help with the look and feel of your site feel free to msg me. I'm willing to work for BTC  Grin

Same here.  I mean, if you want something like I did for my signature, done.   I can't stand horrible MS Paint logos Sad

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June 20, 2011, 08:23:26 PM
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lol bitcoin porn

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June 20, 2011, 08:33:05 PM
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must be serious business!
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June 20, 2011, 08:41:32 PM
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How do we know it's genuine?  Grin
what you mean?
How do we know it's genuine?

i.e., the winner is drawn at "random", right?... so who will be the winner then? Huh
I use a site the link is on the bottom of the site and I will upload all the drawings
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June 20, 2011, 08:52:11 PM
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I dont know what the original poster did to all these peeps to dislike him/her but i dont believe constant discouragment and use of cuss words and telling someone to discontinue a simple idea just becuase the looks of a website is entirly respectfull and/or neccesarry.

Back to the original poster, i think the problem might be in the trust aspect of the BTC.
What security measures are in place to prevent my Btc from being stolen from you?(do you encrypt the wallet file?)
Is it random? Or pseudo random? If your using your computer to generate random numbers they arnt actually random their peusdo random i would suggest going to random.com(may be it was random.org cant remember) and get real random numbers from their.

And the third point is that you didnt really use any effort for the inital starting jackpot, even if just two people join your site thats enough to commence the jackpot which will notify everyone that their is money to be made from your
Thank you I was going to use random.org but I use a different online system which is basically the same, I did nothing to these people at all idk why there are cussing I just simply want to get the word out and im being yelled at. I use mybitcoin.com if you have a mybitcoin.com account if you dont you must use the bitcoin client on your cpu and I store the funds on mybitcoin.com
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June 20, 2011, 08:59:04 PM
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ppl need to learn your != you're

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June 20, 2011, 09:13:48 PM
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I dont know what the original poster did to all these peeps to dislike him/her but i dont believe constant discouragment and use of cuss words and telling someone to discontinue a simple idea just becuase the looks of a website is entirly respectfull and/or neccesarry.

Back to the original poster, i think the problem might be in the trust aspect of the BTC.
What security measures are in place to prevent my Btc from being stolen from you?(do you encrypt the wallet file?)
Is it random? Or pseudo random? If your using your computer to generate random numbers they arnt actually random their peusdo random i would suggest going to random.com(may be it was random.org cant remember) and get real random numbers from their.

And the third point is that you didnt really use any effort for the inital starting jackpot, even if just two people join your site thats enough to commence the jackpot which will notify everyone that their is money to be made from your
Thank you I was going to use random.org but I use a different online system which is basically the same, I did nothing to these people at all idk why there are cussing I just simply want to get the word out and im being yelled at. I use mybitcoin.com if you have a mybitcoin.com account if you dont you must use the bitcoin client on your cpu and I store the funds on mybitcoin.com
See there's a trust issue, I like your idea but I don't know your methods still on keeping the system fair by releasing your random generation method. You claim that the random method works similar how similar? what are the methods that this project use to generate true randomness, as well as what are your formulas in selecting one of the minimum 15 lotto players? do they each get assigned a number and the closest wins? Do they go by the received bit coin address number?

Until you answer these questions I will stop considering your service as a trust worthy bitcoin lottery
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June 20, 2011, 09:17:07 PM
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Seems to be a lot of these going around.
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June 20, 2011, 09:18:55 PM
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I think people are giving constructive criticism (ignoring Solution).
The main things are trust and the Jackpot, I think if you had launched the site with an attractive initial jackpot then the trust thing would be less of an issue..
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June 20, 2011, 09:20:15 PM
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I think people are giving constructive criticism (ignoring Solution).
The main things are trust and the Jackpot, I think if you had launched the site with an attractive initial jackpot then the trust thing would be less of an issue..
I would love to start out with a good jackpot it's just that I can't seem to buy any of these things! People are to attached!
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June 20, 2011, 09:51:23 PM
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Before reading what I'm about to write, know it is coming from the heart.  You obviously want this site to succeed, whatever your motivations are, so I am going to type this out earnestly .... 

visually, you can't have legitimacy / trust if your site looks like a hobo coming at me for change.

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June 20, 2011, 09:54:01 PM
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Congratulations to your idea and the domain name!

But before you get rich, there are a few things you need to do:
- improve the design (someone offered help already)
- add an initial amount to the jackpot, maybe 1 BTC, better more. If nobody enters and you still have to payout the sponsored 1 BTC, then you'll lose it. But nobody will pay 0.10 BTC for a chance to win 0.02 BTC.
- give more infos, like traffic, number of participants, current jackpot subtracted the fees, security measures, previous winners, etc etc This is needed to build up confidence.
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June 20, 2011, 11:40:09 PM
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hahha bitcoin porn Cheesy

sry back to the topic. I do not mean to be harsh since a lot of people already trashed your site.

You obviously have no business sence. You can not just launch a site and expect it to grow with the first customers losing money no matter what.
Gotta spend money to make money! Otherwise it is a great concept and could make you some money if you invest in it.
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June 21, 2011, 12:16:41 AM
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Bitcoin already has a nice lottery feature built in : solo mining.

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