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November 01, 2013, 01:26:26 AM
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Like a 13 year old will give away 100 bucks to charity lol.

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November 01, 2013, 02:28:56 AM
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We have an automated giveaway that we had to tighten up countless times to ensure that people don't keep creating accounts to get the promo over and over again. We had to do many things like one per IP, one per twitter account + twitter account verification. Even with all that effort to get our free 0.005, people still keep trying. You could always implement something similar.

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November 01, 2013, 03:52:04 AM
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We have an automated giveaway that we had to tighten up countless times to ensure that people don't keep creating accounts to get the promo over and over again. We had to do many things like one per IP, one per twitter account + twitter account verification. Even with all that effort to get our free 0.005, people still keep trying. You could always implement something similar.

But there is a huge difference here, I believe Satoshidice will honor its promotion even if a single user manages to use all they set out for the promotion. You, on the other hand, gave the "free" 0.005 to some user and now he can't withdraw it (which you proudly deny). Anyone running a promotion should be aware of these possible situations, otherwise you shouldn't be doing it at all.
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November 01, 2013, 07:25:31 AM
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Well they certainly dont act like a big company, i wouldn't go anywhere near Satoshi Dice if this is how they run things.

It's interesting that people think we're "a big company"  Smiley

Guys, this wasn't a big deal. We thought it was funny to catch Mooshire saying those things, then PMing us to innocently ask about more promo. Did nobody else find that a little amusing?  Smiley We'll let it rest, we're not trying to upset people.

This was amusing and was worthy of a thread.
Its funny that people think a just because large corporations become sterile and inhuman, (often to legally protect themselves) other smaller operations must follow suit by choice, Bitcoin's pseduo anonymity and lack of legal recourse should mean we can keep be human longer.
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November 01, 2013, 07:40:42 AM
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Well they certainly dont act like a big company, i wouldn't go anywhere near Satoshi Dice if this is how they run things.

It's interesting that people think we're "a big company"  Smiley

Guys, this wasn't a big deal. We thought it was funny to catch Mooshire saying those things, then PMing us to innocently ask about more promo. Did nobody else find that a little amusing?  Smiley We'll let it rest, we're not trying to upset people.

This was amusing and was worthy of a thread.
Its funny that people think a just because large corporations become sterile and inhuman, (often to legally protect themselves) other smaller operations must follow suit by choice, Bitcoin's pseduo anonymity and lack of legal recourse should mean we can keep be human longer.

I don't think there is any business small enough to be deemed acceptable to publicly post a response to their 15yr old gambler. Some things are better left unsaid.  This just makes it that much easier for the SEC/FBI. Arrogant + Bitcoin = SR.  Trust me they are itching for a reason to steal more coins to sell to Google Ventures and brandish BTC as 15year old gambling money.

Red Flag here. American 15 year old gambling online. Despite the IP block (which is retarded)

They should spend less time trolling the JD chat and more time fixing their site. just saying

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November 01, 2013, 12:05:18 PM
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Well they certainly dont act like a big company, i wouldn't go anywhere near Satoshi Dice if this is how they run things.

It's interesting that people think we're "a big company"  Smiley

Guys, this wasn't a big deal. We thought it was funny to catch Mooshire saying those things, then PMing us to innocently ask about more promo. Did nobody else find that a little amusing?  Smiley We'll let it rest, we're not trying to upset people.

This was amusing and was worthy of a thread.
Its funny that people think a just because large corporations become sterile and inhuman, (often to legally protect themselves) other smaller operations must follow suit by choice, Bitcoin's pseduo anonymity and lack of legal recourse should mean we can keep be human longer.

I don't think there is any business small enough to be deemed acceptable to publicly post a response to their 15yr old gambler. Some things are better left unsaid.  This just makes it that much easier for the SEC/FBI. Arrogant + Bitcoin = SR.  Trust me they are itching for a reason to steal more coins to sell to Google Ventures and brandish BTC as 15year old gambling money.

Red Flag here. American 15 year old gambling online. Despite the IP block (which is retarded)

They should spend less time trolling the JD chat and more time fixing their site. just saying


This logic is equivalent to not revealing a scam because it will bring negative publicity. Have you ever considered the alternative: have Mooshire simply stop, since what he's doing is illegal?
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