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July 09, 2012, 02:18:49 PM
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What is the bitcoinadress? Both adresses top left and bottom dont work for me.
Click on the Balance button (top) for deposits and withdrawals.

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July 11, 2012, 11:44:40 AM
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What is the bitcoinadress? Both adresses top left and bottom dont work for me.
Click on the Balance button (top) for deposits and withdrawals.

Thanks. It works.


So now ... If I come from
'bitvisitor' I don't want to play in a frame. So
i need a link to go to 'http://minefield.bitcoinlab.org'
I have found the link only here in this forum.

I see ...
It's not a fair play.
This is a delusion a fake, i mean not fair. You take 100% of the stake. But you pay only 0, 02 to 0, xx profit. And you dont say it.
Example:
I play 3 mines at stake is 0.01 btc.
I win 5 times 1.02 per cent. Ok  you mean: 2% x 0,01.  For me 5 x 0.0002 btc= 0.001
First the profits are 0.001 btc. So i had to win 50 times to win 100%.

Now I lose. And you take 0.01 btc = 100%!
Where do you write this naughty game rules?

I have need 0,03 btc to understand your trick, because i don't believe this.
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July 11, 2012, 06:48:55 PM
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What is the bitcoinadress? Both adresses top left and bottom dont work for me.
Click on the Balance button (top) for deposits and withdrawals.

Thanks. It works.


So now ... If I come from
'bitvisitor' I don't want to play in a frame. So
i need a link to go to 'http://minefield.bitcoinlab.org'
I have found the link only here in this forum.

I see ...
It's not a fair play.
This is a delusion a fake, i mean not fair. You take 100% of the stake. But you pay only 0, 02 to 0, xx profit. And you dont say it.
Example:
I play 3 mines at stake is 0.01 btc.
I win 5 times 1.02 per cent. Ok  you mean: 2% x 0,01.  For me 5 x 0.0002 btc= 0.001
First the profits are 0.001 btc. So i had to win 50 times to win 100%.

Now I lose. And you take 0.01 btc = 100%!
Where do you write this naughty game rules?

I have need 0,03 btc to understand your trick, because i don't believe this.


yes, it's not a 'fair' play in the sense that the amount you'll receive is slightly lower (~10% in this case) then chances of you winning. but this is a fact for all gambling.

if you played with 24 mines, you would have to win only 0.045 times to double your bitcoin.
if you play lottery, you have to win only 0.0000001 (whatever) times to double your money,

that doesn't make lottery or 24 mines scenario any more fair. you have to take your chances of winning into account.

I'll take some time to explain it to you a bit later. maybe.

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July 23, 2012, 04:06:25 PM
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If you want to, we could work together and I could make you some new tiles..

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July 23, 2012, 04:58:23 PM
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If you want to, we could work together and I could make you some new tiles..

yup, pmed

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July 24, 2012, 04:20:58 AM
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switched to sha256 as requested, partially applied the new designs

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August 01, 2012, 09:51:20 PM
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This is my favourite gambling website, so cool! Cheesy

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August 02, 2012, 12:52:16 AM
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This is my favourite gambling website, so cool! Cheesy

thank you:)


btw, I've lowered the minimum bet.. people seem to be interested in that. I'll pby lose bitcoin in the long run on transaction fees but, nvm.

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August 02, 2012, 02:00:36 AM
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This is my favourite gambling website, so cool! Cheesy

thank you:)


btw, I've lowered the minimum bet.. people seem to be interested in that. I'll pby lose bitcoin in the long run on transaction fees but, nvm.

I certainly am thanks Smiley

The missus and I always like to grind away for hours on minimum bets, lots of fun.

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August 03, 2012, 08:28:40 AM
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I love Minefield game

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August 03, 2012, 07:25:43 PM
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When will my tiles be up  Grin

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August 05, 2012, 02:13:34 AM
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503 again!
A very easy and straight forward bitcoin gambling game! just what i need!
easy, casual, and lots of fun!

when will the site be back again?
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August 05, 2012, 02:36:28 AM
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I don't like gambling games.
I thought it would be more like minefield on windows.
Where you can puzzle out where the mines are.
I'd love to see skill-based games with the money inside the gameplay.
Like command&conquer with bitcoins. 
each unit you buy/kill is real money and it's player vs player money.  The "house" doesn't earn much but it will be more successful then yet another gambling game.



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August 05, 2012, 04:25:42 PM
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I don't like gambling games.
I thought it would be more like minefield on windows.
Where you can puzzle out where the mines are.
I'd love to see skill-based games with the money inside the gameplay.
Like command&conquer with bitcoins.  
each unit you buy/kill is real money and it's player vs player money.  The "house" doesn't earn much but it will be more successful then yet another gambling game.




I agree with you on that one, I'd like to see skill based games too, I'll have time to work on something like this really soon.. not sure about success, but I'd like to see such a thing.



site is up btw, sorry, I was not around and something exploded and automated checks failed to restart the service.. its running now.


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August 05, 2012, 07:43:29 PM
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good fun!

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August 06, 2012, 12:52:55 AM
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hey, server is down again, its obviously too weak for bitcoind..
I've ordered a new, powerful dedicated server, I'll set it up tomorrow.

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August 06, 2012, 10:51:53 AM
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hey, server is down again, its obviously too weak for bitcoind..
I've ordered a new, powerful dedicated server, I'll set it up tomorrow.
You could use http://blockchain.info/json_rpc_api

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August 06, 2012, 01:28:37 PM
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hey, server is down again, its obviously too weak for bitcoind..
I've ordered a new, powerful dedicated server, I'll set it up tomorrow.
You could use http://blockchain.info/json_rpc_api

hm, how do you think I communicate with bitcoind now?
yeah, this api is the standard way to talk to the standard client.

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August 06, 2012, 01:59:39 PM
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hey, server is down again, its obviously too weak for bitcoind..
I've ordered a new, powerful dedicated server, I'll set it up tomorrow.
You could use http://blockchain.info/json_rpc_api

hm, how do you think I communicate with bitcoind now?
yeah, this api is the standard way to talk to the standard client.
What do you mean? You comunicate with bitcoind with JSON RPC on your server, right?
If you comunicate with JSON RPC on your server, then you could use Blockchain.info JSON RPC API to manage transactions (Send, Receive, etc) without having to run by yourself bitcoind...

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August 06, 2012, 02:14:34 PM
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hey, server is down again, its obviously too weak for bitcoind..
I've ordered a new, powerful dedicated server, I'll set it up tomorrow.
You could use http://blockchain.info/json_rpc_api

hm, how do you think I communicate with bitcoind now?
yeah, this api is the standard way to talk to the standard client.
What do you mean? You comunicate with bitcoind with JSON RPC on your server, right?
If you comunicate with JSON RPC on your server, then you could use Blockchain.info JSON RPC API to manage transactions (Send, Receive, etc) without having to run by yourself bitcoind...

oh, sorry, thought that you linked standard JSON RPC bitcoind api to me..  oh, I see, that's interesting.. not sure if I'm ready to trust third party website with my wallet, taking the history of bitcoin websites into consideration, but this is really good to know, thanks. the service looks really well made.

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