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Question: What do you think would happen if ticket price changed to 0.05 BTC?
Jackpot will be higher - more will play and many people will still purchase at least 0.25 or more - 37 (39.4%)
Jackpot will be the same - there will be more people playing but many will bet less - 17 (18.1%)
Jackpot will be lower - many people will bet the bare minimum - 40 (42.6%)
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September 08, 2011, 09:07:07 PM
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Latest BitLotto Winner: “Where Did All These Bitcoins Come From?”
 - http://www.bitcoinmoney.com/post/9966758444

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September 09, 2011, 02:50:46 AM
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Latest BitLotto Winner: “Where Did All These Bitcoins Come From?”
 - http://www.bitcoinmoney.com/post/9966758444

LOL. Good read. I knew that one day someone would forget entering only to have a large sum show up one day. Congrats!

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September 09, 2011, 02:07:14 PM
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It's only been a few days and the jackpot has already reached 16 BTC. This month could be an interesting one!

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September 13, 2011, 02:27:46 AM
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So BitLotto has almost reached 40 BTC. This month is going WAY faster! Last month's draw was 40 BTC total. Nice to see some growth this month.

Oh, and I see some people are forgetting to pay each ticket separately! For example: don't send 0.5 all at once. Sent two payments of 0.25! 

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September 14, 2011, 05:40:46 AM
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Congratulations to the person who bought the 0.05 BTC ticket that won 4.90 BTC!!!

September 14 2011
Jackpot size: 4.90 BTC
Lucky Block: 145232 Mega Millions Numbers: 22 31 43 48 56 Mega Ball 45
Winning Picks: ee6ae32b1f
Winner's Hash: e9992e74c1...
Winner: 1148e2uAR44ePxZhuqi3a9jCPmMdc7BtsU

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September 15, 2011, 05:22:57 PM
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Congratulations to the person who bought the 0.05 BTC ticket from the weekly BitLotto Jr. that won 4.90 BTC!!!

Fixed that for you.

By the way, would you consider doing a redirect for that BitLotto Jr. link?  I've told people about the /jr and forgot it is /jr.php.   Would be nice if the URL handler could take either one ...

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September 15, 2011, 08:54:08 PM
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Congratulations to the person who bought the 0.05 BTC ticket from the weekly BitLotto Jr. that won 4.90 BTC!!!

Fixed that for you.

By the way, would you consider doing a redirect for that BitLotto Jr. link?  I've told people about the /jr and forgot it is /jr.php.   Would be nice if the URL handler could take either one ...

Thanks for the tip. I'll fix the URL. I'm trying to follow the rules and have both on the same thread since they are on the same site. I'll be more careful next time!

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September 22, 2011, 02:52:41 AM
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BitLotto Jr winner for Sep 21:

September 21 2011
Jackpot size: 4.55 BTC
Lucky Block: 146212 Mega Millions Numbers: 06 29 38 50 51 Mega Ball 39
Winning Picks: 774e7a83e2
Winner's Hash: 76a2688a9d...
Winner: 18bnLa4W6RLuyJeSqykJ7rYy6BPbz8tm2h


OH and BTW, BitLotto Draw for Oct 5 has passed 50 BTC!!!

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September 23, 2011, 07:57:16 PM
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hehe, bought 2 more dispite winning last months Tongue.

Btw, i have some php code that gets the megamillions numbers as soon as they are avalible if you want it. Could be useful for automatically generating the winner

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September 24, 2011, 12:02:30 PM
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hehe, bought 2 more dispite winning last months Tongue.

Btw, i have some php code that gets the megamillions numbers as soon as they are avalible if you want it. Could be useful for automatically generating the winner
Sure, that would be great!! Just PM me the code. Right now I manually do the calculations, but I want to move to being more automated so it doesn't take so long.

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September 26, 2011, 01:11:22 PM
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To ensure that players are aware BEFORE the draw so everyone can know that I'm not changing it to change the winner, I have tweaked the algorithm for finding the winner. From my website:

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(Changed Sept 26 2011 - Simplify algorithm a bit) The transaction hash that contains the most picks in sequence, without any other digits in between, starting with the first pick, is the winner. The matching sequence can be anywhere inside the hash and doesn't have to be at the beginning. If multiple transaction hashes tie for how many picks match, a tie breaker is done. From the tied group, whoever has the most occurrences of the first pick in their entire hash is the winner. When using the first pick as a tie breaker it's possible for each potential winner to have the same count. If that is the case the next pick is looked at to see if a tie can be broken. It continues until all picks are used. In the extremely rare case you still have a tie after this process, the remaining potential winners equally share the funds.

It's a little more simple and works a little better for me.

Good Luck everyone who enters!!!!

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September 28, 2011, 03:57:24 AM
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This week's BitLotto Jr winner:

September 28 2011
Jackpot size: 3.46 BTC
Lucky Block: 147172 Mega Millions Numbers: 02 20 28 36 45 Mega Ball 37
Winning Picks: 3022b04d12
Winner's Hash: 06424b1f07...
Winner: 1JNwFgNC49HC9GteZNxK4g4mcTW1p3Bs8F

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October 02, 2011, 03:45:10 AM
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Let's say one buys a ticket, but the entry/transaction shows two or more "sent from" addresses.  If that entry should win, to which address is the prize sent? 
Only one address is actually the entrant's, right?  The others are change addresses or something?

This was asked, and answered here:
 - http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=7283.msg158372#msg158372
"Any would work.  I'd probably pick the oldest address just so there is more likelihood they have that address backed up somewhere."

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October 03, 2011, 02:46:21 AM
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Thanks Stephen Gornick.

Just noticed that the jackpot for Oct 5 has passed 90 BTC!!! that's over 360 tickets!

Pretty cool! Good luck everyone!

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October 05, 2011, 03:46:17 AM
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Oct 5 had the biggest jackpot in BitLotto history. 140 BTC!!!!

And the winners:

Congratulations to "145GAU..." for winning Oct 4 draw of 140.08 BTC!!! The biggest Jackpot ever!
Jackpot size: 140.08 BTC
Lucky Block: 148087 Mega Millions Numbers: 03 26 40 45 52 Mega Ball 11
Winning Picks: cc5de7979c
Winner's Hash: f67278adb7...
Winner: 145GAUsxTRPCehWCY5SmysdimCz6c7VpTB
Ticket payment date: 2011-09-14 16:59:35

And for the JR draw:

October 5 2011
Jackpot size: 2.97 BTC
Winner's Hash: 60b157b024...
Winner: 1DaFGBEndkUuTx2RwbbGhTM3EfxdoGDC57

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October 07, 2011, 04:29:39 AM
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Odd that someone would pay: 0.00000042 Huh
Not sure why. Oh well.

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October 09, 2011, 12:28:38 PM
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Oct 5 had the biggest jackpot in BitLotto history. 140 BTC!!!!

And the winners:


After some psycho days and nights the coooins finally walleted. It’s me, it’s really me! I could not believe it. Thanks to Bitlotto I’m now able to spread around some btc to my favourite bitcoiners for their free tools and services. That’s what I wanted to do right from the beginning of my mining experience. But with declining prices you can’t be profitable nor donationable. That’s history now. Thanks again...

btw what’s your donation address? I don't think 1% is cost-covering.
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October 10, 2011, 09:29:16 PM
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Odd that someone would pay: 0.00000042 Huh
Not sure why. Oh well.
The pool is now 8.00000462 because there were two "wrong" ammounts:

0.0000042 from 1KPR5YvwrBqSvfjzUvFDi5EPhPC6CMPKvG  Huh

0.00000042 from 1Mi2bgbRs1xEWWA3gXgoj3CR9SCDYc3amq  Huh

Since they did not pay the full 0.25 BTC I assume their entries are invalid.  If either entry wins you will have a "riot" on your hands Wink

Why anyone would do this is one question.  Making sure these entries do not count is another.

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October 13, 2011, 02:33:29 AM
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Odd that someone would pay: 0.00000042 Huh
Not sure why. Oh well.
The pool is now 8.00000462 because there were two "wrong" ammounts:

0.0000042 from 1KPR5YvwrBqSvfjzUvFDi5EPhPC6CMPKvG  Huh

0.00000042 from 1Mi2bgbRs1xEWWA3gXgoj3CR9SCDYc3amq  Huh

Since they did not pay the full 0.25 BTC I assume their entries are invalid.  If either entry wins you will have a "riot" on your hands Wink

Why anyone would do this is one question.  Making sure these entries do not count is another.

Ya, only tickets that are 0.25 or more can win. (0.05 for JR game) All tickets that don't reach the min level are ignored.

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October 13, 2011, 02:36:24 AM
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Oct 5 had the biggest jackpot in BitLotto history. 140 BTC!!!!

And the winners:


After some psycho days and nights the coooins finally walleted. It’s me, it’s really me! I could not believe it. Thanks to Bitlotto I’m now able to spread around some btc to my favourite bitcoiners for their free tools and services. That’s what I wanted to do right from the beginning of my mining experience. But with declining prices you can’t be profitable nor donationable. That’s history now. Thanks again...

btw what’s your donation address? I don't think 1% is cost-covering.


Wow, congrats! That's awesome!

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