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January 29, 2019, 09:10:51 PM
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Bitcoin Price has been lowering a bit more now, will your minds change concerning betting at Primedice?
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January 30, 2019, 12:28:18 AM
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Bitcoin Price has been lowering a bit more now, will your minds change concerning betting at Primedice?
Tell us what you think about the latest price chances from Bitcoin and other ALTs.

I think a low bitcoin price is not good for adoption, crypto services such as gambling sites, and crypto exchanges in general.

Look at how many employees were laid off last year when the bitcoin surge demand dropped and while at the same time the price tanked. Many people lost their jobs and many bitcoin businesses went bankrupt.

I think Crypto is here to stay because its not just a fad like some products but I think the price drop needs to stop and some stability needs to be established in the markets before the retail sector joins back in.

With a service such as a crypto casino such as Primedice, I am sure the old adopters will still gamble they will just risk more BTC per bet instead of less to make up the USD difference. Most bet sizes are all calculated in USD terms, whether they are actually taken in BTC or alts. This is the reason why we rarely get 1 BTC bets these days while in 2015 we had multiple 1 BTC bets.

However if we keep dropping in price, then even if BTC actually does recover in the future, most people will not want to invest in an asset which at one time can lose up to 95% of its value. It will scare most potential future investors. Most people are used to maybe losing 30-50% of their portfolio's such as in stocks with a bad year but the way people lost 90% of their money in less than a year has left a sour taste in crypto for most, and those users will most likely not return.

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January 30, 2019, 01:29:23 PM
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Bitcoin Price has been lowering a bit more now, will your minds change concerning betting at Primedice?
Tell us what you think about the latest price chances from Bitcoin and other ALTs.
Latest price makes some people being frustrate because all of them expect the price higher but these conditions mostly feel only the traders but for the gamblers it will have not big effect whether the price low or high and they will always be gamble everytime they want and probably they will consider playing at primedice as your wish

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January 30, 2019, 02:13:33 PM
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Bitcoin Price has been lowering a bit more now, will your minds change concerning betting at Primedice?
Tell us what you think about the latest price chances from Bitcoin and other ALTs.
It can't really change THAT much. I mean I gambled here when bitcoin was around 150 dollars. Why would my point of view for gambling here change all of a sudden now ? It depends on when you started gambling I am sure. If a person started gambling on primedice during the all time high peak prices of bitcoin and made some money but seen his money lose value in dollar while he is gambling and winning then it would be of course a terrible feeling.

However for people like me who has been playing here constantly for the past 5 years it really doesn't mean all that much. And to be frank with you I play with "fiat" in mind, I do not depsoit x amount of bitcoin in my mind, I deposit $50 worth of bitcoin here to gamble for hopefully 2 weeks (sometimes longer sometimes shorter) and do not care how much bitcoin that $50 equals to at the time, sometimes worths a lot of bitcoins sometimes worths less but its always the same 50$ I deposit. Hence the change in the price do not really phase me at all.
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January 30, 2019, 08:19:04 PM
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Bitcoin Price has been lowering a bit more now, will your minds change concerning betting at Primedice?
Tell us what you think about the latest price chances from Bitcoin and other ALTs.

I don't think that changes in price can affect a gambler's behavior. As far as we are playing with amounts we can afford to lose at the moment it doesn't matter what this amount of BTC(or any other crypto) would cost a year ago. I remember people playing on PD when the price was a bit over $200, and throwing 50k-100k sats tips at each other like it was nothing. And it was nothing compared to what it is today. Maybe someday in the future we'll be thinking the same way about those 10k sats we receive now and then in the PD chat these days. Who knows, maybe one day 10k sats will be worth $100. Smiley

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January 30, 2019, 09:05:13 PM
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However for people like me who has been playing here constantly for the past 5 years it really doesn't mean all that much. And to be frank with you I play with "fiat" in mind, I do not depsoit x amount of bitcoin in my mind, I deposit $50 worth of bitcoin here to gamble for hopefully 2 weeks (sometimes longer sometimes shorter) and do not care how much bitcoin that $50 equals to at the time, sometimes worths a lot of bitcoins sometimes worths less but its always the same 50$ I deposit. Hence the change in the price do not really phase me at all.

From the logical point of view, you are right, betting itself is the same, but knowing that BTC was once 20k, some people still bet as it is still were 20k. Maybe it is because habit, or because they are thinking "what if I risk X amount, and in three month it is value is 10 times what is today", sometimes even myself lose sense of how much I'm betting, thinking I made a great bet, but figuring out it was a low prize later.
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January 31, 2019, 06:18:43 PM
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February 01, 2019, 03:11:19 AM
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However for people like me who has been playing here constantly for the past 5 years it really doesn't mean all that much. And to be frank with you I play with "fiat" in mind, I do not depsoit x amount of bitcoin in my mind, I deposit $50 worth of bitcoin here to gamble for hopefully 2 weeks (sometimes longer sometimes shorter) and do not care how much bitcoin that $50 equals to at the time, sometimes worths a lot of bitcoins sometimes worths less but its always the same 50$ I deposit. Hence the change in the price do not really phase me at all.

From the logical point of view, you are right, betting itself is the same, but knowing that BTC was once 20k, some people still bet as it is still were 20k. Maybe it is because habit, or because they are thinking "what if I risk X amount, and in three month it is value is 10 times what is today", sometimes even myself lose sense of how much I'm betting, thinking I made a great bet, but figuring out it was a low prize later.
We should always think about focusing so no matter how value it could be as long as we are enjoying and and we are extending the time playing
inside the house that's good instead of playing with thoughts of something else and regret after losing, if we play this way we should not start it
at all.

But we do have our own ways of gambling, either in fiat or crypto best still is to gamble responsibly.
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February 01, 2019, 07:13:28 PM
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If you lose track of the money you are winning or losing that is also a bad sign for you.

You are gambling, which means you are risking money, I agree most of us came from countries that gambling was illegal and eventually found our place in gambling world thanks to primedice and initially we were bad gamblers and lost a bunch of money but after a while almost everyone realized that gambling is an entertainment thing and not a money making thing and if you are going to have fun from gambling then you need to keep track of the amount you gamble with.

If you have "too much" fun you could be in debt pretty soon. That is why I always deposit x amount of dollars just in case and do not go above that ever, hell I even withdrew the excess couple times when I won as well. Just keeping the track on the amount you play will make it even more fun since you won't lose too much.
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February 01, 2019, 10:32:44 PM
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I agree with Raven, you MUST know how much you are gambling. Blinding yourself to not feel regrets when you lose is a bad sign, you may end up losing even more.

A good idea for me is to say to myself "ok, I have 10, 100, 1000 dollars", and play with that. I know from the beggining I can lose up to that amount without any regret.
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February 01, 2019, 10:50:32 PM
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Bitcoin Price has been lowering a bit more now, will your minds change concerning betting at Primedice?
Tell us what you think about the latest price chances from Bitcoin and other ALTs.
I think as long as players can get their losses back for the past 5 years, price chances are not so much important.
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February 02, 2019, 02:21:51 AM
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Reported this issue numerous times but the problem still exists...

I don't get redirected to the secure https:// but to http:// I have to manually add the s, the dev already said they had a weird regional thing before with their SSL certificate.

I'm one of the few who pays attention to such things but I wonder how many people don't and my post on the forum got deleted and I already reported this 4 weeks ago to support.

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February 02, 2019, 03:17:50 AM
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If you lose track of the money you are winning or losing that is also a bad sign for you.

You are gambling, which means you are risking money, I agree most of us came from countries that gambling was illegal and eventually found our place in gambling world thanks to primedice and initially we were bad gamblers and lost a bunch of money but after a while almost everyone realized that gambling is an entertainment thing and not a money making thing and if you are going to have fun from gambling then you need to keep track of the amount you gamble with.

If you have "too much" fun you could be in debt pretty soon. That is why I always deposit x amount of dollars just in case and do not go above that ever, hell I even withdrew the excess couple times when I won as well. Just keeping the track on the amount you play will make it even more fun since you won't lose too much.

This is really good advice and one should definitely read and understand it, as we all have been at this stage till we matured into pros. I’ll admit when I initially took to gambling I thought I would make quick bucks, even thought would become a millionaire over night, but ended up loosing everything. I feel one should be mindful when he’s betting this way he can control himself, and keep a track of his gambling.
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February 02, 2019, 06:29:28 AM
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I feel one should be mindful when he’s betting this way he can control himself, and keep a track of his gambling.
No offense to both of you but gamblers who are here are sure know the things you are talking, most of us does not need an advise anymore, what we need
is an advise to win, if you can share some method to win then maybe that is most interesting than the advised mentioned.

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February 02, 2019, 06:46:05 AM
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Bitcoin Price has been lowering a bit more now, will your minds change concerning betting at Primedice?
Tell us what you think about the latest price chances from Bitcoin and other ALTs.
Latest price makes some people being frustrate because all of them expect the price higher but these conditions mostly feel only the traders but for the gamblers it will have not big effect whether the price low or high and they will always be gamble everytime they want and probably they will consider playing at primedice as your wish
I guess there is a good effect when the price of bitcoin decreases, one of which is when you buy bitcoin to make a deposit to Primedice then the difference in money you spend will get a lot of bitcoin. I mean when the price of bitcoin is $10,000 then you will only get a small amount of bitcoin when you buy with $100, but when the price of bitcoin is $3400 then with $100 you can get a litlle more.

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February 02, 2019, 07:45:22 AM
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Reported this issue numerous times but the problem still exists...

I don't get redirected to the secure https:// but to http:// I have to manually add the s, the dev already said they had a weird regional thing before with their SSL certificate.

I'm one of the few who pays attention to such things but I wonder how many people don't and my post on the forum got deleted and I already reported this 4 weeks ago to support.



It's quite severe in my opinion.  Undecided

Are you sure your computer isn't compromised, maybe check your hosts file and you might have a redirect to some other domain.

Because I've tried 3 different browsers, I manually put in "www.primedice.com" and each of them redirected to the correct HTTPS.

Normally its easy to tell when you are not on a HTTPS because there is a warning shown near the address that its not secure and most people would notice this.

Go download a Ubuntu live CD, and try and go to primedice from there and see where it takes you. Most likely it will redirect to the HTTPS meaning your OS might have malware or such.

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February 02, 2019, 09:07:27 AM
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However for people like me who has been playing here constantly for the past 5 years it really doesn't mean all that much. And to be frank with you I play with "fiat" in mind, I do not depsoit x amount of bitcoin in my mind, I deposit $50 worth of bitcoin here to gamble for hopefully 2 weeks (sometimes longer sometimes shorter) and do not care how much bitcoin that $50 equals to at the time, sometimes worths a lot of bitcoins sometimes worths less but its always the same 50$ I deposit. Hence the change in the price do not really phase me at all.

From the logical point of view, you are right, betting itself is the same, but knowing that BTC was once 20k, some people still bet as it is still were 20k. Maybe it is because habit, or because they are thinking "what if I risk X amount, and in three month it is value is 10 times what is today", sometimes even myself lose sense of how much I'm betting, thinking I made a great bet, but figuring out it was a low prize later.
We should always think about focusing so no matter how value it could be as long as we are enjoying and and we are extending the time playing
inside the house that's good instead of playing with thoughts of something else and regret after losing, if we play this way we should not start it
at all.

But we do have our own ways of gambling, either in fiat or crypto best still is to gamble responsibly.

Everyone wants to have this big winning of course but the problem is either they do not have much luck or may be they do not enough bankroll to hit that multiplier. I believe the greater money you have, the better result you will get comparing with others. And what focus do you need when to play dice games? You do not need such thing, what you really need is luck and cash, this is pretty much to do only for some people
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February 02, 2019, 09:23:05 AM
Last edit: February 02, 2019, 11:04:35 AM by Haze4days
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 #29798

Reported this issue numerous times but the problem still exists...

I don't get redirected to the secure https:// but to http:// I have to manually add the s, the dev already said they had a weird regional thing before with their SSL certificate.

I'm one of the few who pays attention to such things but I wonder how many people don't and my post on the forum got deleted and I already reported this 4 weeks ago to support.

https://i.imgur.com/oVc0yzY.jpg

It's quite severe in my opinion.  Undecided

Are you sure your computer isn't compromised, maybe check your hosts file and you might have a redirect to some other domain.

Because I've tried 3 different browsers, I manually put in "www.primedice.com" and each of them redirected to the correct HTTPS.

Normally its easy to tell when you are not on a HTTPS because there is a warning shown near the address that its not secure and most people would notice this.

Go download a Ubuntu live CD, and try and go to primedice from there and see where it takes you. Most likely it will redirect to the HTTPS meaning your OS might have malware or such.

I have Ubuntu and I have windows 10 on a separate laptop and use mint on another, primedice is aware of the issue because they had it before Josh one of the devs told this on primedice forum and I had several scans on PD's domain from my own web-hosting with proof it was not secure, I didn't save the screenshots since I did a fresh install of Ubuntu last night and the images are gone with it and primedice deleted the post containing those images on their forum. I might do some new tests if I can't retrieve the images on imgur but helping primedice with bugs and issues always kind of s**ks because they never reward people for reporting them, so doing scans and making new screenshots even writing these posts actually feels as a waste of time for me. But if someone is from the Netherlands, visits primedice for the first time enters his credentials makes a deposit and their money could be gone the moment it confirms on the site because there was no secure connection protecting the data and on primedice there is a high percentage of hacked accounts and money that's withdrawn from users without them knowing at the time and support always is so sure it is on the users end because my bug report got waven away initially as well and not directly forwarded to the devs, and if such leaks exists regional and/or incidental it is not good and how many of those hacked accounts is because of this?

There is no failure in redirecting on my side, once my browser knows the https address it redirects me there, so the failure is on primedice side and it's a regional thing as stated by the dev.

And you are so wrong that most people would see this, these are the same people uploading pictures of their drivers license to instagram or their passport to twitter and then wonder why their identity got stolen, they don't even know the urgency and the meaning of HTTPS let alone pay attention to it sites from banks and such give a warning to check the web address to be correct and that it shows HTTPS for a reason and a very good reason, it's like saying people's accounts are secure because everyone knows to never use a password twice while where I come from 2 out of 3 people use the same password not twice but everywhere.

Edit: My deleted post to primedice forum...  Undecided
https://forum.primedice.com/topic/34947-connection-to-pd-domain-is-not-secure-by-default/

Edit: Edit:
It has no use, primedice staff only cares for stake these days anyways.
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February 02, 2019, 11:15:59 AM
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Reported this issue numerous times but the problem still exists...

I don't get redirected to the secure https:// but to http:// I have to manually add the s, the dev already said they had a weird regional thing before with their SSL certificate.

I'm one of the few who pays attention to such things but I wonder how many people don't and my post on the forum got deleted and I already reported this 4 weeks ago to support.



It's quite severe in my opinion.  Undecided

Are you sure your computer isn't compromised, maybe check your hosts file and you might have a redirect to some other domain.

Because I've tried 3 different browsers, I manually put in "www.primedice.com" and each of them redirected to the correct HTTPS.

Normally its easy to tell when you are not on a HTTPS because there is a warning shown near the address that its not secure and most people would notice this.

Go download a Ubuntu live CD, and try and go to primedice from there and see where it takes you. Most likely it will redirect to the HTTPS meaning your OS might have malware or such.

I have Ubuntu and I have windows 10 on a separate laptop and use mint on another, primedice is aware of the issue because they had it before Josh one of the devs told this on primedice forum and I had several scans on PD's domain from my own web-hosting with proof it was not secure, I didn't save the screenshots since I did a fresh install of Ubuntu last night and the images are gone with it and primedice deleted the post containing those images on their forum. I might do some new tests if I can't retrieve the images on imgur but helping primedice with bugs and issues always kind of s**ks because they never reward people for reporting them, so doing scans and making new screenshots even writing these posts actually feels as a waste of time for me. But if someone is from the Netherlands, visits primedice for the first time enters his credentials makes a deposit and their money could be gone the moment it confirms on the site because there was no secure connection protecting the data and on primedice there is a high percentage of hacked accounts and money that's withdrawn from users without them knowing at the time and support always is so sure it is on the users end because my bug report got waven away initially as well and not directly forwarded to the devs, and if such leaks exists regional and/or incidental it is not good and how many of those hacked accounts is because of this?

There is no failure in redirecting on my side, once my browser knows the https address it redirects me there, so the failure is on primedice side and it's a regional thing as stated by the dev.

And you are so wrong that most people would see this, these are the same people uploading pictures of their drivers license to instagram or their passport to twitter and then wonder why their identity got stolen, they don't even know the urgency and the meaning of HTTPS let alone pay attention to it sites from banks and such give a warning to check the web address to be correct and that it shows HTTPS for a reason and a very good reason, it's like saying people's accounts are secure because everyone knows to never use a password twice while where I come from 2 out of 3 people use the same password not twice but everywhere.

Edit: My deleted post to primedice forum...  Undecided
https://forum.primedice.com/topic/34947-connection-to-pd-domain-is-not-secure-by-default/

Edit: Edit:
It has no use, primedice staff only cares for stake these days anyways.


Having the same issue, since 1 month and from same region EU

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February 02, 2019, 12:16:25 PM
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Reported this issue numerous times but the problem still exists...

I don't get redirected to the secure https:// but to http:// I have to manually add the s, the dev already said they had a weird regional thing before with their SSL certificate.

I'm one of the few who pays attention to such things but I wonder how many people don't and my post on the forum got deleted and I already reported this 4 weeks ago to support.

https://i.imgur.com/oVc0yzY.jpg

It's quite severe in my opinion.  Undecided

Are you sure your computer isn't compromised, maybe check your hosts file and you might have a redirect to some other domain.

Because I've tried 3 different browsers, I manually put in "www.primedice.com" and each of them redirected to the correct HTTPS.

Normally its easy to tell when you are not on a HTTPS because there is a warning shown near the address that its not secure and most people would notice this.

Go download a Ubuntu live CD, and try and go to primedice from there and see where it takes you. Most likely it will redirect to the HTTPS meaning your OS might have malware or such.

I have Ubuntu and I have windows 10 on a separate laptop and use mint on another, primedice is aware of the issue because they had it before Josh one of the devs told this on primedice forum and I had several scans on PD's domain from my own web-hosting with proof it was not secure, I didn't save the screenshots since I did a fresh install of Ubuntu last night and the images are gone with it and primedice deleted the post containing those images on their forum. I might do some new tests if I can't retrieve the images on imgur but helping primedice with bugs and issues always kind of s**ks because they never reward people for reporting them, so doing scans and making new screenshots even writing these posts actually feels as a waste of time for me. But if someone is from the Netherlands, visits primedice for the first time enters his credentials makes a deposit and their money could be gone the moment it confirms on the site because there was no secure connection protecting the data and on primedice there is a high percentage of hacked accounts and money that's withdrawn from users without them knowing at the time and support always is so sure it is on the users end because my bug report got waven away initially as well and not directly forwarded to the devs, and if such leaks exists regional and/or incidental it is not good and how many of those hacked accounts is because of this?

There is no failure in redirecting on my side, once my browser knows the https address it redirects me there, so the failure is on primedice side and it's a regional thing as stated by the dev.

And you are so wrong that most people would see this, these are the same people uploading pictures of their drivers license to instagram or their passport to twitter and then wonder why their identity got stolen, they don't even know the urgency and the meaning of HTTPS let alone pay attention to it sites from banks and such give a warning to check the web address to be correct and that it shows HTTPS for a reason and a very good reason, it's like saying people's accounts are secure because everyone knows to never use a password twice while where I come from 2 out of 3 people use the same password not twice but everywhere.

Edit: My deleted post to primedice forum...  Undecided
https://forum.primedice.com/topic/34947-connection-to-pd-domain-is-not-secure-by-default/

Edit: Edit:
It has no use, primedice staff only cares for stake these days anyways.


Having the same issue, since 1 month and from same region EU

Glad I'm not the only one.

I found the cached page of the forum if it's any use: http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:https://forum.primedice.com/topic/34947-connection-to-pd-domain-is-not-secure-by-default/

The post with screenshots of the scans I posted to the forum, so a server located in the EU gives the same result and it seems to happen incidental.

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I ran 2 tests with 2 different domains, one with duckdice.io domain inserting http://duckdice.io I got this as a result:

https://i.imgur.com/soBAlbu.jpg

Primedice domain inserting http://primedice.com I got this first as a result:

https://i.imgur.com/0Q5U1v7.jpg

Second result for primedice domain:

https://i.imgur.com/k3CmVug.jpg

 

So there is some variation in redirecting...

Edit:

Well I did what I had to do, a few days ago told this to support, and now posted here, my tests prove it is not on my end but on PD's end.

Either they need to check the .htacces file, contact the webhost about the SSL certificate or start enabling 'HTTP Strict Transport Security'

 

Correct me if I'm wrong...


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