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Author Topic: Primedice.com | Creators of Dicing 🎲 | 29 Billion Bets | 112+ BTC Jackpot!  (Read 1922749 times)
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April 04, 2018, 10:09:45 PM
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For all the people quoting me, I've was able to recover my account with the assistance of Primedice support.

Good one

What reason would I have to lie?

lol, "Lost in Translation", I mean for real

I still didn't understand why one needs to prove their ownership when they already set up their email ID in their account?

Unless if they didn't set up email id and ask for support help then they can ask these questions but OP mentioned that he had set up email in his account but still went through this process of proving his ownership.
I had my two factor authentication enabled and still i was not able to prove my account the first time around as they promised to follow up with the details in my mail ID and i did not get any mail from them and after a couple of days i had to contact them again and verify the details once again, i was not active in the site for a while and so it was hard to find my old transaction details and IP address i was using a year back , but luckily i found them from my old hard disk, if not for those transactions and logs i do not think i would have got my account back.

If you enabled your 2fa then no need to lock your account right? Because they know that it is not so easy to hack 2fa enabled accounts.

But anyway they also got a valid reason for the security of user accounts so they may be doing all this hard work. Because it also adds more workload on their support team to help each and every user whos accounts are locked.

Even if 2FA is enabled the accounts  can still get locked due to repeated failed login attempts.

Lately if you go to the Cryptopia thread many are getting their accounts temp locked due to too many hackers trying to login. And we all use 2FA on that site.

Basically if you keep any large BTC you should have a unique email, unique username and unique password to avoid this from causing annoyances.

But what is the point of hacker doing this? They know that they can't hack 2FA users but why they still want to login with it? Does not make sense here. I think 2FA is the best security ever nowadays but I still prefer to put an extra layer for security which is email pretected so it will help users to have more secure account

Although it is just a small number of btc must need to have this security too to protect everything inside

The hacker does not know about 2FA until he logs in. Maybe he has a bot that automatically tries all user/passwords x times.

I take notes about when I deposit (accounts, date, amount), some bet IDs and some tips. In case I lost access to my account, I can provide my personal info, and that additional data as proof


Hey, Primedice.com! I'm a developer. Would you consider opening up API for my gambling project?
If we set lower limits for my site and split profits, It could be interesting!

https://primedice.com/api

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April 05, 2018, 10:43:37 AM
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Hey, Primedice.com! I'm a developer. Would you consider opening up API for my gambling project?
If we set lower limits for my site and split profits, It could be interesting!

They already have an API you can freely use.

Many are already using it with their 3rd party autobots.

However be careful with your API keys because if you leak those keys then someone can make  unauthorized withdraw from your account.

Thanks, adaseb!
I did not even check their site, lol.  Sorry for such silly question  Roll Eyes
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Here's a simple and easy Primedice giveaway!

Check out this tweet: https://twitter.com/Primedice/status/981796831444324352
and don't forget to follow @Primedice to keep updated! Cheesy


 

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April 05, 2018, 06:54:50 PM
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3 days left:


Bull Run Challenge!
Ends: 09/04/18 @ Midday (12pm) GMT


As we start to see what could potentially be the bottom of the current bitcoin price fall, its time to start getting bullish on the future! If all goes well we should see this consolidation period last for a little while, and then BOOM! To the moon we go. To kick things off, this weeks challenge is called the Bull Run challenge. What you must do to achieve the glory, is get a 5 bet streak of bets going higher and higher each roll, win or lose. All people who achieve the challenge in the next 7 days, will get a share in the prize pool! There is no limit to the amount of winners, and the more people who get involved the higher the prize pool! So if you get more people involved, then you win more!

Requirement:
5 consecutively higher rolls in a row. i.e. Roll sequence: 10.23, 18.01, 54.99, 60.37, 99.99
Must be from lowest to highest.
Need screenshot of bet log and linked bets in submission.
Minimum bet is 100 satoshi
1 valid entry per person
Bets must have been made after the commencement of this promotion
10+ forum post count (on the official Primedice Forum)
 
Prize Pool(s)
Minimum prize pool: 0.01 BTC
If over 20 participants: 0.03 BTC
If over 30 participants: 0.05 BTC
If over 40 participants: 0.08 BTC

How to Enter
https://forum.primedice.com/topic/31337-🏆-008-btc-bull-run-challenge/

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April 05, 2018, 06:59:43 PM
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Here's a simple and easy Primedice giveaway!

Check out this tweet: https://twitter.com/Primedice/status/981796831444324352
and don't forget to follow @Primedice to keep updated! Cheesy


 

Haven't been in a giveaway for a dicesite so will give this a try.
Thanks for the heads up on this upcoming promotion for the site.
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April 05, 2018, 09:31:01 PM
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Still no money from these guys, it smells bad!  I take a risk and win big! I put almost 26.5 BTC and my win is 34 BTC.  but PD not giving money almost a month!  are they bankrupt? almost 1 month passed...
Hey what is going on with PD! I've done my withdraw almost 3 weeks ago, still no transfer to my wallet and no any news when they are going to transfer my money . At first PD support said that I need to pass for manual review, then Edward contact me for KYC, i've provided every single document and pictures he asked for. That was 10 days ago, and still no one can provide me with information where is my money.
I've also emailed Stunna 3 times, but i do not have a reply.
I'm very stressed and worried about my funds, and there is actualy big amount waiting for withdrawal.
my nickname on PD MonsterAss
In your two posts, you didn't provide any proofs for your claims. How to believe what your saying is correct?
If you post with a new account without any proof then no one will take it seriously so if you really need a help then you should post proofs of your claims.
here the proof
https://i.imgur.com/HqUIxld.jpg
also you can check MonsterAss username stats

I think they may be experiencing some technical difficulties out there, PD support system was never the quickest but was efficient, it's strange in your case that KYC is done and no one responded back. Just few questions are you sure that you did not reset your password, or signed in from a different IP address or have multiple accounts, if none of them are applicable to you then just be patient I'm sure it'll work out, after all PD are a old guard don't see them going out of business so soon. Send a fresh ticket to see if there's been any progress.
Issues involving large sums of money should be a priority in handling a case. Primedice should continue to contact the concerned person if they can not immediately find a solution to the problem.
Proceed with KYC within a week , still no money, and no one told me exact date for issuing withdraw, PD ignoring me on all communication channels, looks very bad...  I can't understand reasons for delaying my payment except, if they simply do not want to pay me my 34 BTC...

This is not the reason. 34BTC is pocket change to Primedice.

The issue is the large amounts of BTC you deposited.

Every Bitcoin service and exchange needs to do due diligence over funds from a certain value. Even exchanges like Gemini or Coinbase will halt the deposits until they verify if the funds were legally claimed.

There was much BTC stolen in the past and many hackers are trying to mix that money so they can legally withdraw it.

I passed very deep KYC and do not see any logic or reason to use PD for laundering and mixing, also why no one from PD is involving in this discussion?

PrimeDice is a source of inspiration. I wonder why they dont respond to this issue  Huh

Sorry for the inconvenience, I have forwarded this issue to Support, as they are not that active here. Hopefully it will be settled soon.
can anyone from PD contact me and answer what going on with my withdrawal?! still silence from PD side..
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April 06, 2018, 01:38:57 AM
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Still no money from these guys, it smells bad!  I take a risk and win big! I put almost 26.5 BTC and my win is 34 BTC.  but PD not giving money almost a month!  are they bankrupt? almost 1 month passed...
Hey what is going on with PD! I've done my withdraw almost 3 weeks ago, still no transfer to my wallet and no any news when they are going to transfer my money . At first PD support said that I need to pass for manual review, then Edward contact me for KYC, i've provided every single document and pictures he asked for. That was 10 days ago, and still no one can provide me with information where is my money.
I've also emailed Stunna 3 times, but i do not have a reply.
I'm very stressed and worried about my funds, and there is actualy big amount waiting for withdrawal.
my nickname on PD MonsterAss
In your two posts, you didn't provide any proofs for your claims. How to believe what your saying is correct?
If you post with a new account without any proof then no one will take it seriously so if you really need a help then you should post proofs of your claims.
here the proof

also you can check MonsterAss username stats

I think they may be experiencing some technical difficulties out there, PD support system was never the quickest but was efficient, it's strange in your case that KYC is done and no one responded back. Just few questions are you sure that you did not reset your password, or signed in from a different IP address or have multiple accounts, if none of them are applicable to you then just be patient I'm sure it'll work out, after all PD are a old guard don't see them going out of business so soon. Send a fresh ticket to see if there's been any progress.
Issues involving large sums of money should be a priority in handling a case. Primedice should continue to contact the concerned person if they can not immediately find a solution to the problem.
Proceed with KYC within a week , still no money, and no one told me exact date for issuing withdraw, PD ignoring me on all communication channels, looks very bad...  I can't understand reasons for delaying my payment except, if they simply do not want to pay me my 34 BTC...

This is not the reason. 34BTC is pocket change to Primedice.

The issue is the large amounts of BTC you deposited.

Every Bitcoin service and exchange needs to do due diligence over funds from a certain value. Even exchanges like Gemini or Coinbase will halt the deposits until they verify if the funds were legally claimed.

There was much BTC stolen in the past and many hackers are trying to mix that money so they can legally withdraw it.

I passed very deep KYC and do not see any logic or reason to use PD for laundering and mixing, also why no one from PD is involving in this discussion?

PrimeDice is a source of inspiration. I wonder why they dont respond to this issue  Huh

Sorry for the inconvenience, I have forwarded this issue to Support, as they are not that active here. Hopefully it will be settled soon.
can anyone from PD contact me and answer what going on with my withdrawal?! still silence from PD side..

You said you deposited about 26.5BTC.

Where were those funds originally sent from? Maybe post a trans ID

I think the reason why they haven't replied is because many those BTC come from a trainted trail or some stolen BTC.

There was a similiar situation with the $30 million tether hack last year. Somebody bought $10 million tether off the market which ended up being locked up.

If your BTC came from illegal sources, you will have issues getting it back.

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April 06, 2018, 01:30:50 PM
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You said you deposited about 26.5BTC.
Where were those funds originally sent from? Maybe post a trans ID

I think the reason why they haven't replied is because many those BTC come from a trainted trail or some stolen BTC.
Either way they have to respond to the user and state clearly what is the delay rather than playing the judge. It will be a good thing to post his transaction ID which will give more clarity to the situation.

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There was a similiar situation with the $30 million tether hack last year. Somebody bought $10 million tether off the market which ended up being locked up.
I am not sure how you are able to purchase millions of coins off the market, either way it was a foolish decision and an unfortunate one.

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If your BTC came from illegal sources, you will have issues getting it back.
If the team have the evidence, they have to produce the evidence rather than holding the coins.

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April 06, 2018, 03:12:16 PM
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3 days left:

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Bull Run Challenge!
Ends: 09/04/18 @ Midday (12pm) GMT


As we start to see what could potentially be the bottom of the current bitcoin price fall, its time to start getting bullish on the future! If all goes well we should see this consolidation period last for a little while, and then BOOM! To the moon we go. To kick things off, this weeks challenge is called the Bull Run challenge. What you must do to achieve the glory, is get a 5 bet streak of bets going higher and higher each roll, win or lose. All people who achieve the challenge in the next 7 days, will get a share in the prize pool! There is no limit to the amount of winners, and the more people who get involved the higher the prize pool! So if you get more people involved, then you win more!

Requirement:
5 consecutively higher rolls in a row. i.e. Roll sequence: 10.23, 18.01, 54.99, 60.37, 99.99
Must be from lowest to highest.
Need screenshot of bet log and linked bets in submission.
Minimum bet is 100 satoshi
1 valid entry per person
Bets must have been made after the commencement of this promotion
10+ forum post count (on the official Primedice Forum)
 
Prize Pool(s)
Minimum prize pool: 0.01 BTC
If over 20 participants: 0.03 BTC
If over 30 participants: 0.05 BTC
If over 40 participants: 0.08 BTC

How to Enter
https://forum.primedice.com/topic/31337-🏆-008-btc-bull-run-challenge/

I already successfully completed this one. It was pretty easy, compared to 22.22 hunting in which I didn't succeed, or maybe I was just lucky this time. Smiley I don't know why this 22.22 was so hard for me to hit because recently, during another PD giveaway I hit the desired 77.77 pretty quickly. Anyway, it's nice that PD continues to run these different giveaways while being such a popular dice site that one might think they don't need any promotion at all.

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3 days left:

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Bull Run Challenge!
Ends: 09/04/18 @ Midday (12pm) GMT


As we start to see what could potentially be the bottom of the current bitcoin price fall, its time to start getting bullish on the future! If all goes well we should see this consolidation period last for a little while, and then BOOM! To the moon we go. To kick things off, this weeks challenge is called the Bull Run challenge. What you must do to achieve the glory, is get a 5 bet streak of bets going higher and higher each roll, win or lose. All people who achieve the challenge in the next 7 days, will get a share in the prize pool! There is no limit to the amount of winners, and the more people who get involved the higher the prize pool! So if you get more people involved, then you win more!

Requirement:
5 consecutively higher rolls in a row. i.e. Roll sequence: 10.23, 18.01, 54.99, 60.37, 99.99
Must be from lowest to highest.
Need screenshot of bet log and linked bets in submission.
Minimum bet is 100 satoshi
1 valid entry per person
Bets must have been made after the commencement of this promotion
10+ forum post count (on the official Primedice Forum)
 
Prize Pool(s)
Minimum prize pool: 0.01 BTC
If over 20 participants: 0.03 BTC
If over 30 participants: 0.05 BTC
If over 40 participants: 0.08 BTC

How to Enter
https://forum.primedice.com/topic/31337-🏆-008-btc-bull-run-challenge/

I already successfully completed this one. It was pretty easy, compared to 22.22 hunting in which I didn't succeed, or maybe I was just lucky this time. Smiley I don't know why this 22.22 was so hard for me to hit because recently, during another PD giveaway I hit the desired 77.77 pretty quickly. Anyway, it's nice that PD continues to run these different giveaways while being such a popular dice site that one might think they don't need any promotion at all.

There is no easy or hard thing in this kind of number hunt promo because it will always depend on our own luck. If we are lucky enough, we will hit it in few bets only but if we have no luck then we may not hit it even after thousands bet.
To be honest I do not really like the promo they have recently because the prize can be just so small amount if there are so many participants. I miss their past promo which was more challenging with higher prize although we need to be ready for higher balance.

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3 days left:

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Bull Run Challenge!
Ends: 09/04/18 @ Midday (12pm) GMT


As we start to see what could potentially be the bottom of the current bitcoin price fall, its time to start getting bullish on the future! If all goes well we should see this consolidation period last for a little while, and then BOOM! To the moon we go. To kick things off, this weeks challenge is called the Bull Run challenge. What you must do to achieve the glory, is get a 5 bet streak of bets going higher and higher each roll, win or lose. All people who achieve the challenge in the next 7 days, will get a share in the prize pool! There is no limit to the amount of winners, and the more people who get involved the higher the prize pool! So if you get more people involved, then you win more!

Requirement:
5 consecutively higher rolls in a row. i.e. Roll sequence: 10.23, 18.01, 54.99, 60.37, 99.99
Must be from lowest to highest.
Need screenshot of bet log and linked bets in submission.
Minimum bet is 100 satoshi
1 valid entry per person
Bets must have been made after the commencement of this promotion
10+ forum post count (on the official Primedice Forum)
 
Prize Pool(s)
Minimum prize pool: 0.01 BTC
If over 20 participants: 0.03 BTC
If over 30 participants: 0.05 BTC
If over 40 participants: 0.08 BTC

How to Enter
https://forum.primedice.com/topic/31337-🏆-008-btc-bull-run-challenge/

I already successfully completed this one. It was pretty easy, compared to 22.22 hunting in which I didn't succeed, or maybe I was just lucky this time. Smiley I don't know why this 22.22 was so hard for me to hit because recently, during another PD giveaway I hit the desired 77.77 pretty quickly. Anyway, it's nice that PD continues to run these different giveaways while being such a popular dice site that one might think they don't need any promotion at all.

Completed and posted in there as well just wondering this. If 150 person completed this before the timer runs out does this mean 150 people will share the 0.08 btc prize pool? It will be around 50k satoshi isnt it? Well it is a small prize but atleast the minimum wager is small enough so basically it is  EV+ although it is not much
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April 06, 2018, 11:00:44 PM
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If your BTC came from illegal sources, you will have issues getting it back.
If the team have the evidence, they have to produce the evidence rather than holding the coins.


Of course it may requires some kind of verification, but in the case of finding something unusual, I think Primedice is not going to keep the coins for itself, but giving them back to the person who made the deposit.

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3 days left:

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Bull Run Challenge!
Ends: 09/04/18 @ Midday (12pm) GMT


As we start to see what could potentially be the bottom of the current bitcoin price fall, its time to start getting bullish on the future! If all goes well we should see this consolidation period last for a little while, and then BOOM! To the moon we go. To kick things off, this weeks challenge is called the Bull Run challenge. What you must do to achieve the glory, is get a 5 bet streak of bets going higher and higher each roll, win or lose. All people who achieve the challenge in the next 7 days, will get a share in the prize pool! There is no limit to the amount of winners, and the more people who get involved the higher the prize pool! So if you get more people involved, then you win more!

Requirement:
5 consecutively higher rolls in a row. i.e. Roll sequence: 10.23, 18.01, 54.99, 60.37, 99.99
Must be from lowest to highest.
Need screenshot of bet log and linked bets in submission.
Minimum bet is 100 satoshi
1 valid entry per person
Bets must have been made after the commencement of this promotion
10+ forum post count (on the official Primedice Forum)
 
Prize Pool(s)
Minimum prize pool: 0.01 BTC
If over 20 participants: 0.03 BTC
If over 30 participants: 0.05 BTC
If over 40 participants: 0.08 BTC

How to Enter
https://forum.primedice.com/topic/31337-🏆-008-btc-bull-run-challenge/

I already successfully completed this one. It was pretty easy, compared to 22.22 hunting in which I didn't succeed, or maybe I was just lucky this time. Smiley I don't know why this 22.22 was so hard for me to hit because recently, during another PD giveaway I hit the desired 77.77 pretty quickly. Anyway, it's nice that PD continues to run these different giveaways while being such a popular dice site that one might think they don't need any promotion at all.

Completed and posted in there as well just wondering this. If 150 person completed this before the timer runs out does this mean 150 people will share the 0.08 btc prize pool? It will be around 50k satoshi isnt it? Well it is a small prize but atleast the minimum wager is small enough so basically it is  EV+ although it is not much

I doubt there will be 150 valid entries, it's more like 100 or a bit more, but even 50k satoshis is a good prize imo. Also, what is good is that they run giveaways more frequently than before these days, (or at list it looks like that to me). The "Bull Run Challenge!" giveaway is the 11th of a similar kind since January 1st. Congrats on completing this one, btw. Smiley

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April 07, 2018, 11:52:33 PM
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Completed and posted in there as well just wondering this. If 150 person completed this before the timer runs out does this mean 150 people will share the 0.08 btc prize pool? It will be around 50k satoshi isnt it? Well it is a small prize but atleast the minimum wager is small enough so basically it is  EV+ although it is not much

Yes, it is normal to recover what you bet with the challenge itself, and get the plus of the prize, even when sometimes the prize is small because of the people playing.
This is what I like the most of Primedice challenges: basically you participate KNOWING that you are going to earn more than what you bet.

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April 08, 2018, 12:49:47 PM
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Completed and posted in there as well just wondering this. If 150 person completed this before the timer runs out does this mean 150 people will share the 0.08 btc prize pool? It will be around 50k satoshi isnt it? Well it is a small prize but atleast the minimum wager is small enough so basically it is  EV+ although it is not much

Yes, it is normal to recover what you bet with the challenge itself, and get the plus of the prize, even when sometimes the prize is small because of the people playing.
This is what I like the most of Primedice challenges: basically you participate KNOWING that you are going to earn more than what you bet.
Its always not true that you will have to bet less than the amount you are going to win in the prize more than what you lose in bets.
I've personally had experience where my losses have been much much more than I could ever recover if I ever win the challenge.
The house is still in overall +ve when it distributes the prizes to winners.


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April 08, 2018, 07:22:47 PM
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Completed and posted in there as well just wondering this. If 150 person completed this before the timer runs out does this mean 150 people will share the 0.08 btc prize pool? It will be around 50k satoshi isnt it? Well it is a small prize but atleast the minimum wager is small enough so basically it is  EV+ although it is not much

Yes, it is normal to recover what you bet with the challenge itself, and get the plus of the prize, even when sometimes the prize is small because of the people playing.
This is what I like the most of Primedice challenges: basically you participate KNOWING that you are going to earn more than what you bet.
Its always not true that you will have to bet less than the amount you are going to win in the prize more than what you lose in bets.
I've personally had experience where my losses have been much much more than I could ever recover if I ever win the challenge.
The house is still in overall +ve when it distributes the prizes to winners.

Im sure that if people keep betting with that low multiplier everyone will be EV+ that means the house is EV- for this event. Overall they are still making profit of course because we are talking about primedice and they are making bitcoin from those losing gambler even now as we speak of it but in this event it is different.
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I just love the maintenance page Cheesy


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We'll be taking the site down to perform significant maintenance, will be back later today!



Good luck on your upgrade, hoping things go smoothly. Those kind of site updates can't be easy to do.
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April 09, 2018, 06:00:15 AM
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We'll be taking the site down to perform significant maintenance, will be back later today!



Good luck on your upgrade, hoping things go smoothly. Those kind of site updates can't be easy to do.

Thanks RGB! We should be up within the hour.

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