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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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May 02, 2012, 04:27:07 AM
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java -jar jar/BitLottoVerify.jar 1Cbz6PF7ks85M4zmeWzotX12WUE14JZ29 00000000000003723f19329de9a63afc06abd3d9cfb1aea444cc9226ea13c611 242731455238

Exception in thread "main" java.net.ConnectException: Connection refused
(Depends on blockchain.info)

Suck.

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Draw address: 1Cbz6PF7ks85M4zmeWzotX12WUE14JZ29
Mixer: 00000000000003723f19329de9a63afc06abd3d9cfb1aea444cc9226ea13c611242731455238
Mixer hash: d9e3badbed16a90ab2486cad4935e82823a4ab954bac2b99fd69927592290cfa
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Hacked in my blockexporer code real quick:

Winner is TX 19bbd07cb4a5543dec7810a92bee57cd8204deebf517017e8a321a7fd85b6e3a (probably)


Draw address: 1Cbz6PF7ks85M4zmeWzotX12WUE14JZ29
Mixer: 00000000000003723f19329de9a63afc06abd3d9cfb1aea444cc9226ea13c611242731455238
Mixer hash: d9e3badbed16a90ab2486cad4935e82823a4ab954bac2b99fd69927592290cfa
Transactions: 412 BTC: 390.54710101 tickets: 1562

00eddc17: Transaction: 19bbd07cb4a5543dec7810a92bee57cd8204deebf517017e8a321a7fd85b6e3a multi:47 sha256(sha256(tx+47)+mixer_hash)
01028fae: Transaction: 607531218b74a7c662c6c9c9217448059f0c9183225902d440defde9ee5bac38 multi:21 sha256(sha256(tx+21)+mixer_hash)
0107634b: Transaction: 927afbfa3de03e0553941bf3764d39505701c0adf32659bb7d54099503fce5a9 multi:67 sha256(sha256(tx+67)+mixer_hash)
011453cf: Transaction: 7fd36c6986dabc5ef1f979ab2e20c82a2b9116b374b151ba063f48816c32b57f multi:61 sha256(sha256(tx+61)+mixer_hash)
014bd02c: Transaction: 607531218b74a7c662c6c9c9217448059f0c9183225902d440defde9ee5bac38 multi:41 sha256(sha256(tx+41)+mixer_hash)
015b05bc: Transaction: 19bbd07cb4a5543dec7810a92bee57cd8204deebf517017e8a321a7fd85b6e3a multi:317 sha256(sha256(tx+317)+mixer_hash)
0184d9e5: Transaction: 152ccd08c57ada125bf7206a995ec581fd0bf991d4c014e9cb5248a25f7dadd3 sha256(tx+mixer_hash)
01aad442: Transaction: 95abca2f72a9fa2a7bef2c4eb5f2bb9f83e8df9b1f746a7d50c0517ce0dc0f42 sha256(tx+mixer_hash)
0218f571: Transaction: d46427132039c870485c0fc5d50030d396b19c74ac882a21e3307878c7b87aca sha256(tx+mixer_hash)
024c9fc1: Transaction: b00ef78d11209581515515d3f098620b56da45ff138c2f370e2af31747aa1daf multi:1 sha256(sha256(tx+1)+mixer_hash)
02b4064f: Transaction: da0f318737b166fa6254f40af9878837bcc8559f9fd176e502d90d96b8de8004 multi:1 sha256(sha256(tx+1)+mixer_hash)
02ffb56b: Transaction: a851b3c176e9c349047bc814d75bddeccd76b3b71713c8dc9406f0f9f9e09aac multi:4 sha256(sha256(tx+4)+mixer_hash)
032c3fce: Transaction: 9303ef9021f054c9cbbe59eee4d9c24f3f1679d835b40872804838e5322ac4b5 sha256(tx+mixer_hash)
03719d98: Transaction: 19bbd07cb4a5543dec7810a92bee57cd8204deebf517017e8a321a7fd85b6e3a multi:162 sha256(sha256(tx+162)+mixer_hash)
0389c3b4: Transaction: 19bbd07cb4a5543dec7810a92bee57cd8204deebf517017e8a321a7fd85b6e3a multi:52 sha256(sha256(tx+52)+mixer_hash)
03aeac5f: Transaction: 19bbd07cb4a5543dec7810a92bee57cd8204deebf517017e8a321a7fd85b6e3a multi:320 sha256(sha256(tx+320)+mixer_hash)
03e3e97c: Transaction: 7af5a0bf264b925d9de6744a3775ad882a9343e78167c851254f13677b22c24b sha256(tx+mixer_hash)
03e50ca1: Transaction: 28daa59bd48af1f0a107f99f89cdb5daa0b2088c6fc50269ba10ba79b3125ed2 sha256(tx+mixer_hash)
041d2cd8: Transaction: 96a5fbe05328ee8b7329ac05092e080f049b7a5bb5692362362a2417eeb8e913 multi:3 sha256(sha256(tx+3)+mixer_hash)
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May 02, 2012, 04:38:41 AM
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Complete output:
http://pastebin.com/b2BaBCYE

Transactions and BTC amount match what Blockexplorer says so I am confidant the parsing was correct.
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May 02, 2012, 04:41:33 AM
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I've just pushed the BlockExplorer hack to github.

https://github.com/baldrickv/BitLottoVerify

The compiled jar in the download page doesn't have it, but you all can look at that terrible terrible fragile html parsing for block explorer.

https://github.com/baldrickv/BitLottoVerify/blob/master/src/BitLottoVerify.java#L79
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May 02, 2012, 05:24:15 AM
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Hello. Do I understand this correctly?
The block we will use to sha256 is Block 178185?
So just for an example 02-07-22-39-45 MB 8 would be entered as 02072239458 correct?
Yes.
To create the mixer hash: sha256(00000000000003723f19329de9a63afc06abd3d9cfb1aea444cc9226ea13c611242731455238)
It's the block hash 178185 plus the lottery numbers at the end. You then hash EVERY tx with this at the end.
Then sort the hashes.

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May 02, 2012, 05:33:22 AM
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 And the complete list: http://bitlotto.com/2012may2.txt

And the winner appears to be Otoh who bought over 400 tickets!!!

The results will be double checked later then paid.

Good luck everyone for next month! It should be another good one!!

Notice that the ticket deadline is FRIDAY June 1 00:00 UTC. The lottery numbers will come from the mega millions on Friday night local.

edit:
00eddc17fcf2ca3fb7ecde8ccc73b3651711e92f0b2586bc7ff1647c5eb0607d (mixed winning tx)
6c7eafc2ddef186472488865ce68d5fe0fb1ef282a9c832633d2085eed434dd2
which came from this Bitcoin tx:
19bbd07cb4a5543dec7810a92bee57cd8204deebf517017e8a321a7fd85b6e3a

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May 02, 2012, 11:35:22 AM
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And the complete list: http://bitlotto.com/2012may2.txt

And the winner appears to be Otoh who bought over 400 tickets!!!

The results will be double checked later then paid.

Good luck everyone for next month! It should be another good one!!

Notice that the ticket deadline is FRIDAY June 1 00:00 UTC. The lottery numbers will come from the mega millions on Friday night local.

edit:
00eddc17fcf2ca3fb7ecde8ccc73b3651711e92f0b2586bc7ff1647c5eb0607d (mixed winning tx)
6c7eafc2ddef186472488865ce68d5fe0fb1ef282a9c832633d2085eed434dd2
which came from this Bitcoin tx:
19bbd07cb4a5543dec7810a92bee57cd8204deebf517017e8a321a7fd85b6e3a


Hiya BL

Well I really wasn't expecting that if it turns out to be correct, I only had about a 1 in 4 chance & the omens didn't look encouraging like in gigavips mining contract auction I actually got the ticket furthest away as possible from the winning one (I had highest instead of lowest hash), it mostly made me sad because I wouldn't be able to continue as I'd pledged & re-enter the 100 BTC in to June's BitLotto especially as it seems to work well in encouraging other punters to come on board & being placed early doesn't seem to be a problem

I expect that if Blockchain.info wallet hadn't been down the last couple of days the pot would have been well over 400 BTC, maybe a lot over (& I'd have surly lost to a last minute better), talking of which if I did happen to have won then could we wait for payout until BCI wallet is back to normal & I can confirm to you that I have full control over that address again, I do have the private key on backup I believe  so could move that to Gox but better to wait, it will be announced on piuk thread when fixed

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=40264.740

Assuming all's well re calculating the winning hash then I will bet 100 BTC again for June as promised & send you an additional 3% of the winnings as pledged for site development etc, so it's good that has now been established as a precedent & peeps may see it as good karma & do the same, gamblers being superstitious & all often

Whatever happens it was fun to have participated & my condolences to the runners up, I know how that feels believe me especially when you've plonked down a lot (I had over 80 BTC riding on April's BitLotto), but at least with your 99% payout eventually everyone will even out on their returns as variance lowers over time I guess

Thanks again for making this & thanks to all who participated & wishing you all a great June Lotto!

Suerte,

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I bought 4 tickets at late night on May 1st, how do I check if my ticket has been included in the drawing? here's the transaction detail I got from bitcoin client:

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Status: 98 confirmations, broadcast through 9 nodes
Date: 5/1/2012 19:04
To: 1Cbz6PF7ks85M4zmeWzotX12WUE14JZ29
Debit: -1.00 BTC
Net amount: -1.00 BTC
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I bought 4 tickets at late night on May 1st, how do I check if my ticket has been included in the drawing? here's the transaction detail I got from bitcoin client:

Code:
Status: 98 confirmations, broadcast through 9 nodes
Date: 5/1/2012 19:04
To: 1Cbz6PF7ks85M4zmeWzotX12WUE14JZ29
Debit: -1.00 BTC
Net amount: -1.00 BTC
Transaction ID: e41df0ceea4b1b1c7b1ff75877a3e3b6cce3106f064e58ffd90ad4bb8eaccd38
Yup, it was included. Sorry it lost though! Wink

A good way to know if you are late, is that as long as the first confirmation happens before 00:00 UTC on your clock then it's very likely going to make it.

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re-enter the 100 BTC in to June's BitLotto especially as it seems to work well in encouraging other punters to come on board & being placed early doesn't seem to be a problem
Cool. Good luck on the next one! It works as long as most people realize that every ticket has the same odds. You just have a crap load of them.

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could we wait for payout until BCI wallet is back to normal & I can confirm to you that I have full control over that address again, I do have the private key on backup I believe  so could move that to Gox but better to wait, it will be announced on piuk thread when fixed
Sure. It appears up anyways and I'll probably want to pay in a few days.


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& send you an additional 3% of the winnings as pledged for site development etc, so it's good that has now been established as a precedent & peeps may see it as good karma & do the same, gamblers being superstitious & all often
THANK YOU!

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but at least with your 99% payout eventually everyone will even out on their returns as variance lowers over time I guess
AND that is my favorite part about BitLotto. 99% is so high that people who play long term have a pretty good deal. Most lotteries are not even close to that.


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yep, regular government run lottery is a straight ripoff, gov take half money, and then you pay huge tax to gov on winnings.

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@bitlotto, ah yes cool Blockchain.info wallets are back to normal again - please feel free to send the loot at your convenience, no rush

I make it 390.50 BTC total bets, less 1% is 3.905 = 386.60 Jackpot & donating 3% of that is 11.60 so say 375 BTC to me, or send the full 99% & I will return 11.60 BTC as a donation to your sig addey, which is probably the correct way for it all to be seen to be done - but as you like

I note that this time it was the high rollers (edit: or pool bets) who got closest, there were only 3 lump sum bets in double figures & they got:

2nd closest with hash starting 0102 was from the 15 BTC bet - edit: The Banker's Pool
3rd with 0107 from the 34 BTC bet
4th with 011 from the 25 BTC bet

anyway just in case that's any consolation to them, which I doubt, but best luck for June - maybe it will be even fatter  Grin

(edited to show total with 0.25 bets)

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@bitlotto, ah yes cool Blockchain.info wallets are back to normal again - please feel free to send the loot at your convenience, no rush

I make it 390.547 BTC total bets, less 1% is 3.906 = 386.64 Jackpot & donating 3% of that is 11.60 so say 375 BTC to me, or send the full 99% & I will return 11.60 BTC as a donation to your sig addey, which is probably the correct way for it all to be seen to be done - but as you like

I note that this time it was the high rollers who got closest, there were only 3 lump sum bets in double figure & they got:

2nd closest with hash starting 0102 was from the 15 BTC bet
3rd with 0107 from the 34 BTC bet
4th with 011 from the 25 BTC bet

anyway just in case that's any consolation to them, which I doubt, but best luck for June - maybe it will be even fatter  Grin
The "banker's pool" 15 BTC this time around - JUST missed it.

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@bitlotto, ah yes cool Blockchain.info wallets are back to normal again - please feel free to send the loot at your convenience, no rush

I make it 390.547 BTC total bets, less 1% is 3.906 = 386.64 Jackpot & donating 3% of that is 11.60 so say 375 BTC to me, or send the full 99% & I will return 11.60 BTC as a donation to your sig addey, which is probably the correct way for it all to be seen to be done - but as you like

I note that this time it was the high rollers who got closest, there were only 3 lump sum bets in double figure & they got:

2nd closest with hash starting 0102 was from the 15 BTC bet
3rd with 0107 from the 34 BTC bet
4th with 011 from the 25 BTC bet

anyway just in case that's any consolation to them, which I doubt, but best luck for June - maybe it will be even fatter  Grin
The "banker's pool" 15 BTC this time around - JUST missed it.

JUST missed it = 2nd place Sad

I vote we create a smaller jackpot for 2nd place!

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@bitlotto, ah yes cool Blockchain.info wallets are back to normal again - please feel free to send the loot at your convenience, no rush

I make it 390.50 BTC total bets, less 1% is 3.905 = 386.60 Jackpot & donating 3% of that is 11.60 so say 375 BTC to me, or send the full 99% & I will return 11.60 BTC as a donation to your sig addey, which is probably the correct way for it all to be seen to be done - but as you like

I note that this time it was the high rollers who got closest, there were only 3 lump sum bets in double figure & they got:

2nd closest with hash starting 0102 was from the 15 BTC bet - edit: The Banker's Pool
3rd with 0107 from the 34 BTC bet
4th with 011 from the 25 BTC bet

anyway just in case that's any consolation to them, which I doubt, but best luck for June - maybe it will be even fatter  Grin

(edited to show total with 0.25 bets)

The "banker's pool" 15 BTC this time around - JUST missed it.

Phew!  Cheesy



JUST missed it = 2nd place Sad

I vote we create a smaller jackpot for 2nd place!

I vote that you cabal of wealthy bankers up your pool stakes from a measly 3 BTC each per month to at least 30 BTC each  Grin

edit: or are you planning to double up each month if you don't win, 3, 6, 12, 24, 48, 96 coins each, that would make a healthy 480 BTC bet on game 6 if you hadn't already scooped the JP  Wink


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JUST missed it = 2nd place Sad

I vote we create a smaller jackpot for 2nd place!

I vote that you cabal of wealthy bankers up your pool stakes from a measly 3 BTC each per month to at least 30 BTC each  Grin

edit: or are you planning to double up each month if you don't win, 3, 6, 12, 24, 48, 96 coins each, that would make a healthy 480 BTC bet on game 6 if you hadn't already scooped the JP  Wink



haha, it was actually 5 BTC each.  Only three people joined this time Sad

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May 03, 2012, 03:54:27 AM
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I make it 390.50 BTC total bets, less 1% is 3.905 = 386.60 Jackpot & donating 3% of that is 11.60 so say 375 BTC to me, or send the full 99% & I will return 11.60 BTC as a donation to your sig addey, which is probably the correct way for it all to be seen to be done - but as you like
390.75 Wink There was that affiliate that tried it for a day. They sold one ticket.

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I note that this time it was the high rollers (edit: or pool bets) who got closest, there were only 3 lump sum bets in double figures & they got:

2nd closest with hash starting 0102 was from the 15 BTC bet - edit: The Banker's Pool
3rd with 0107 from the 34 BTC bet
4th with 011 from the 25 BTC bet
Very interesting. Good catch!

I will send all 99% -> 386.8425 (minus the fees that it will cost to send it, they are usually larger size tx's)

You can then do with it all you please! Thanks for donating some back! I REALLY appreciate it.

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May 03, 2012, 04:04:39 AM
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Hopefully my life settles down for a few days so I can write up a quick page about the official pools I'm making.
I'm leaning towards 3: (not sure about names or exact details, or even if I want all 3)
1. PiratePool: Any amount accepted. If won they get % based on amount deposited
2. PeasantPool: Only 0.05 amounts accepted. Each 0.25 will be grouped to buy a ticket
3. StrangerPool: Only 0.25 accepted. Will be grouped into groups of 10. Winners get 10% jackpot.

Still not sure if I want all three though. Perhaps just the PiratePool....


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May 04, 2012, 07:36:56 PM
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Suggestion for addition to the BitLotto compatibility list:

Blockchain app
 - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=piuk.blockchain (Blockchain for Android)
 - http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/blockchain/id493253309 (Blockchain for iOS)

Both of these use the same wallet as the web-based hybrid wallet on Blockchain.info:
 - http://Blockchain.info/wallet

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