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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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Author Topic: [BITLOTTO] Mar 1 draw over $2000 or 50BTC! Tickets now 0.1 BTC for Apr 5  (Read 49806 times)
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October 08, 2012, 12:16:45 AM
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Sorry for the delay. But I try to do it as fast as possible. I have a busy life too. The results will always come eventually!!! Smiley

Here they are:
Congrats 1DARE... for winning 74.74 BTC in October!
0.25 BTC/ticket
1. 1CZB3en1Q7LT2Tr8DLkSBiPFAz2kisueLd
2. 1JB9x5vGf37hMcQe7Ke4dU1PEq7k6T45yK (Pool)
3. 1ENjVYVK38aNo1gDiirrcexmT5oq1fmyD (Pool)
Jackpot size: 74.74 BTC
Lucky Block: 201850 Mega Millions Numbers: 08 09 16 32 39 Mega Ball 15
Mixer Hash: 7b2dd87158...
Winner's Hash: 59bbdfb99d90487a25c171555447496304ef7c7b95b509b4adc466daf7b50a9e(15)
Winner: 1DAREq293HBfWCRkJLNgHqs92iMi1C5tR3

http://bitlotto.com/2012oct5.txt

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October 08, 2012, 12:18:35 AM
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I seem to recall that bitlotto said he'd set up a dead man's switch for this, more likely tech or weather problems I'd guess & at least it worked well on the 7th of September three weeks after the pirate ship sunk so he hadn't been passing the funds through before the draw or lending them to any of the other guaranteed/insured jokers it seems at least & I can't see any reason that he'd have them deposited on GLBSE, more like in offline cold storage I'd imagine from his posts in this thread.
BTC funds from the draw will NEVER be invested or transferred into anything else!

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October 08, 2012, 12:54:41 AM
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This site does not yet appear to have an affiliate program.

Given how the ticket purchasing works directly through bitcoin transactions, it would likely be a challenge to come up with something that works.

It would be cool though if somehow I could refer tons of people to bitlotto and then if any of them win, I get say 5% of their payout.

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October 08, 2012, 04:01:39 AM
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I bought 4 tickets on the 7th. Can I assume they are good for the Nov draw? Thanks.
If you paid into the Oct fund address they will be automatically returned. Just use that and deposit into the November address.

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October 08, 2012, 04:05:53 AM
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This site does not yet appear to have an affiliate program.

Given how the ticket purchasing works directly through bitcoin transactions, it would likely be a challenge to come up with something that works.

It would be cool though if somehow I could refer tons of people to bitlotto and then if any of them win, I get say 5% of their payout.

We could set up something if you want. I can provide a BTC address for you. I'll then give you the 1% of the ticket sales that I would have got. Just PM if you are interested.

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October 08, 2012, 05:36:53 AM
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Winner: 1DAREq293HBfWCRkJLNgHqs92iMi1C5tR3

Bah! 

That is an address set up for Dareq the scammer!

Er, apparently ... according to BurtW.  (That possibly is Burt's account, if I understand the message):

 - http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=64530.msg762874#msg762874

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October 08, 2012, 06:38:16 AM
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This site does not yet appear to have an affiliate program.

Given how the ticket purchasing works directly through bitcoin transactions, it would likely be a challenge to come up with something that works.

It would be cool though if somehow I could refer tons of people to bitlotto and then if any of them win, I get say 5% of their payout.

We could set up something if you want. I can provide a BTC address for you. I'll then give you the 1% of the ticket sales that I would have got. Just PM if you are interested.

I thought of this scenario out of many possibilities.

The problem with it would be that people would have to know that the BTC address that affiliates are giving out are official Bitlotto addresses, owned by you. And if customers were going to go to that trouble (they'd have to visit your site to confirm it), then they might as well just be sending to the main ticket address.

Or, the affiliate would have to be someone very trustworthy* so that they don't just publish one of their own addresses and run with the ticket money.

*trustworthy without hard credentials doesn't really mean much, as most people have discovered in recent months.

I find it somewhat of an intriguing challenge though, trying to think up a workable affiliate system under such conditions.

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October 08, 2012, 07:00:33 AM
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Yes, that is our 1dareq bitlotto pool account.  We play almost every month.  Myself and two others were in the pool this month so we will be splitting the BTC 3 ways.  I will take the one extra left over satoshi for running the pool Smiley

Feels good to finally win !!!

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October 08, 2012, 11:53:35 AM
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Congrats to the BurtW pool!

My apologies bitlotto, I didn't mean to suggest that you would ever risk the lotto funds - was just voicing what may go through ppls heads atm if you're away for too long at draw time, nice to still have some honest BTC businesses around, hope the jackpot soon gets back to 100 plus coins again, I'll bet 20 or so tomorrow to help kick-start the pot.

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October 08, 2012, 12:52:56 PM
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Congrats to the BurtW pool are in order!

Good luck to everyone in November!

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October 09, 2012, 11:04:10 AM
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20 BTC sent, jackpot for Nov including pools is 22.5 BTC atm > $270 Smiley

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October 09, 2012, 12:40:33 PM
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20 BTC sent, jackpot for Nov including pools is 22.5 BTC atm > $270 Smiley
I have to ask, and you can ignore me or tell me it isn't my business.  But how do you afford to gamble so much?

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October 09, 2012, 03:34:12 PM
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20 BTC sent, jackpot for Nov including pools is 22.5 BTC atm > $270 Smiley
I have to ask, and you can ignore me or tell me it isn't my business.  But how do you afford to gamble so much?

I started in March & April with about 3 btc total bet & lost, then in May I decided I wanted to show support for BitLotto & bet a lot with about a 1 in 4 chance of winning but did so, these were coins that I'd bought in Nov, Dec 2011. After that I've been in credit effectively with my BL bets so it hasn't been an expense for me.

May bet 112 btc, won 387 btc, balance 272 btc
June bet 111 btc, won 20% share of pool 97 btc, balance 258 btc
July bet 24 btc, lost 24 btc, balance 234 btc
Aug bet 121 btc, won 270 btc, balance 383 btc
Sept bet 10 btc, lost 10 btc, balance 373 btc
Oct bet 14 btc so far...

Additionally I bet 6 btc per month on behalf of a charity fund I've set up, so far that's cost me 33 btc lost on BL.

So the only real high risk extravagance was the May bet of $555 att which was money that I'd already made from other activities, I also planned to switch most of my gambling on National/State high rack rate lotteries to BitLotto which I've done & that's saved me at least the $555 initial stake over the last 5 to 6 months .


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October 09, 2012, 04:18:34 PM
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thank you for answering.

I think your bets are bringing legitimacy to the market and I am glad for them.

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October 10, 2012, 03:28:58 AM
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The problem with it would be that people would have to know that the BTC address that affiliates are giving out are official Bitlotto addresses, owned by you. And if customers were going to go to that trouble (they'd have to visit your site to confirm it), then they might as well just be sending to the main ticket address.

Or, the affiliate would have to be someone very trustworthy* so that they don't just publish one of their own addresses and run with the ticket money.

*trustworthy without hard credentials doesn't really mean much, as most people have discovered in recent months.

I find it somewhat of an intriguing challenge though, trying to think up a workable affiliate system under such conditions.


I could PGP sign the address with my PGP key. The address will be part of my wallet. So they could verify the address and won't have to trust you with the BTC since they are always under my control...
 
But yes, I have a feeling people would just visit the website and use the main address. We could experiment and give it a shot if you want. Nothing to lose other than our time! Wink

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October 10, 2012, 03:31:02 AM
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Hello, I would like to buy tickets for the Nov draw. When should I expect a refund?

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Thank you.
I'll get to it today. Sorry for the wait.

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October 10, 2012, 03:34:50 AM
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Congrats to the BurtW pool!

My apologies bitlotto, I didn't mean to suggest that you would ever risk the lotto funds - was just voicing what may go through ppls heads atm if you're away for too long at draw time, nice to still have some honest BTC businesses around, hope the jackpot soon gets back to 100 plus coins again, I'll bet 20 or so tomorrow to help kick-start the pot.
Thanks. I've been very busy and not really following what's happening outside my world. Looks pretty scary all the scams happening! I assure you and everyone else that I will do my best to keep this as one of the oldest, honest gambling games around! Even if I die, BTC should go out before the game ends. (Hopefully I don't have to test that feature for a while though! LOL)

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October 10, 2012, 03:37:26 AM
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Yes, that is our 1dareq bitlotto pool account.  We play almost every month.  Myself and two others were in the pool this month so we will be splitting the BTC 3 ways.  I will take the one extra left over satoshi for running the pool Smiley

Feels good to finally win !!!
Congrats! I REALLY like it when I know who wins! I'm always curious where all the BTC is going!

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October 10, 2012, 03:41:31 AM
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I started in March & April with about 3 btc total bet & lost, then in May I decided I wanted to show support for BitLotto & bet a lot with about a 1 in 4 chance of winning but did so, these were coins that I'd bought in Nov, Dec 2011. After that I've been in credit effectively with my BL bets so it hasn't been an expense for me.

May bet 112 btc, won 387, balance 272 btc
June bet 111 btc, won 20% share of pool 97 btc, balance 258 btc
July bet 24 btc, lost 24 btc, balance 234 btc
Aug bet 121 btc, won 270 btc, balance 383 btc
Sept bet 10 btc, lost 10 btc, balance 373 btc
Oct bet 14 btc so far...

Additionally I bet 6 btc per month on behalf of a charity fund I've set up, so far that's cost me 33 btc lost on BL.

So the only real high risk extravagance was the May bet of $555 att which was money that I'd already made from other activities, I also planned to switch most of my gambling on National/State high rack rate lotteries to BitLotto which I've done & that's saved me at least the $555 initial stake over the last 5 to 6 months .
THANKS! I like hearing how people are using BitLotto! Especially you, as you have been a major player for a while now! Good luck in the future!

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October 10, 2012, 12:27:06 PM
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Yes, that is our 1dareq bitlotto pool account.  We play almost every month.  Myself and two others were in the pool this month so we will be splitting the BTC 3 ways.  I will take the one extra left over satoshi for running the pool Smiley

Feels good to finally win !!!
Congrats! I REALLY like it when I know who wins! I'm always curious where all the BTC is going!
Do I have to do anything to claim the prize and get the BTC?

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