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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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December 16, 2012, 12:21:09 PM
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Many thanks SG!

As yet the 7th of Dec's BitLotto hasn't paid out, I believe it would work better if the funds were guaranteed to be sent within 1 week of the draw or at the very least within a week of the winner being announced, preferably much sooner, otherwise it becomes rather random & may deter entrants to the next & future Bitlottos:

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December 16, 2012, 11:00:34 PM
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Many thanks SG!

As yet the 7th of Dec's BitLotto hasn't paid out, I believe it would work better if the funds were guaranteed to be sent within 1 week of the draw or at the very least within a week of the winner being announced, preferably much sooner, otherwise it becomes rather random & may deter entrants to the next & future Bitlottos:

https://blockchain.info/address/1HannaheRa46n6g532kRo9GmnmD5aLUt5j

I know, sorry. I really do try to pay right away. My internet sucks and I've almost caught up again in the blockchain. It should be there in a few days I'm sure. I think I'm just going to leave to software always running so it doesn't get behind. It's very frustrating for me.

I can't believe your luck Otoh!

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okies np, I hardly deal with the client at all & just use blockchain.info wallet mostly so I don't need to load the blockchain or deal with annoying quirks like where the wallet creates new random addresses to send change to or where I can't easily just find the private keys to addresses that are in it.

re lucky, well I had overall bet 18 btc last month out of the 41.58 btc total so I was in with about a 43% chance of winning (slightly more as 2/3 of that was in the pools - but for lower potential shared wins mostly), but yes it did seem rather lucky even so given past wins - maybe it's the auspicious astro dates that I choose Wink Also as I treated bets for Hannah as a separate series it demonstrated well the 99% being returned to the players as I'd bet 45 btc in total for her & finally won 41.58 btc or 92.4% back (so far) though better in dollar terms.

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December 18, 2012, 04:50:33 AM
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okies np, I hardly deal with the client at all & just use blockchain.info wallet mostly so I don't need to load the blockchain or deal with annoying quirks like where the wallet creates new random addresses to send change to or where I can't easily just find the private keys to addresses that are in it.

re lucky, well I had overall bet 18 btc last month out of the 41.58 btc total so I was in with about a 43% chance of winning (slightly more as 2/3 of that was in the pools - but for lower potential shared wins mostly), but yes it did seem rather lucky even so given past wins - maybe it's the auspicious astro dates that I choose Wink Also as I treated bets for Hannah as a separate series it demonstrated well the 99% being returned to the players as I'd bet 45 btc in total for her & finally won 41.58 btc or 92.4% back (so far) though better in dollar terms.
blockchain.info would be more convenient but then I'm having to trust a third party. Oh well.

Any ways check the account now! It should be there!

Good luck next month! Wink

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December 18, 2012, 02:59:27 PM
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blockchain.info would be more convenient but then I'm having to trust a third party. Oh well.

Any ways check the account now! It should be there!

Good luck next month! Wink

Yep received, many thanks to all!

I believe that blockchain.info wallets are all crypto-ed on your computer so have a very high level of security even if something were to happen to the site provider, but I'm not up on the tech side - just enough from what I've heard from others makes me happy to trust them & it's nice & easy to keep backup copies elsewhere of the private keys for addresses on those wallets. Also I sign in with Lastpass pro with yubi key which I'd also highly recommend.

Good luck to all next month! Wink

Edit: This is the info re security when using blockchain.info wallets to make sure that thier Javascript hasn't been messed with & for adding 2FA etc:

https://blockchain.info/wallet/verifier

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December 22, 2012, 10:14:23 PM
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Is it still 99% paid out to winners?

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Is it still 99% paid out to winners?
Yes.

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January 07, 2013, 06:40:36 PM
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Congrats Pirate Pool for winning 35.39 BTC!

0.25 BTC/ticket
1. 15JanhBo4uZukafMFuFcEgU5WdL7J395G3
2. 1pMZJi4eA144ChzXtsS8sCzrJADcXeAWR (Pool)
3. 1MiPg28L2RTeC77MM87KW5aAxXoQcJX4ee (Pool)
Jackpot size: 35.39 BTC
Lucky Block: 215040 Mega Millions Numbers: 01-02-23-25-55 Mega Ball 39
Mixer Hash: adcea0b054...
Winner's Hash: e5e1bf90de5323ff9910981be6dc599a2517b185aea0494dce13c96742f675ef(16)
Winner: BitLotto's Pirate Pool

http://bitlotto.com/2013jan4.txt

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January 07, 2013, 07:34:44 PM
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Was this the address for the Jan Pirate Pool?

http://blockchain.info/address/1pMZJi4eA144ChzXtsS8sCzrJADcXeAWR

which received 6.644 btc in total ---> 6.75 btc with top up.

& with the very first bet there from 13mLYBrRZ3fQzTCvr3araxZPRbBZxbCNG8 of 0.2 btc winning it for the pool.

Edit, just remembered/worked out all 6.75 btc from the pool use that first tx to generate hashes from, as per the How the hashes are done for pools info.

& which win 35.39/6.75 = 5.242962 per btc bet or approx 0.5243 btc per 0.1 btc bet each, or a fraction more if your 0.1056 btc top up contribution isn't counted as a partial winner too.

Edit 2, If it was easy to do then having some of the result's txt file bolded/highlighted would be nice, ie something like this maybe (note, needs a wide screen to view formatting in two columns like the original correctly here):

MIXED HASHES (Determines winner)                                                                 BITCOIN TX HASH

7d521a38be5e85283f0e5040541d1646b448d868cd1be5e10d700d4dd957d623 <--- e5e1bf90de5323ff9910981be6dc599a2517b185aea0494dce13c96742f675ef
2319670721d02b8d2cb9638d2426ebe70d41cb33a2e10e7984835dbfb2b435ce <--- 96a2661b070251ccf55bbd6ea756f36e0f1c85e192ba2a29802f55df85ca6909
a891023be870f3b186e227bb5ba239918d97f65082bd908ece87979c57f809ec <--- 268e0e055f0c5cd9988ff68692cc189929dc13ab5cd5a147a275af73dc484f38
7d2afc590183c1ce3111fb85cee923b3568e578877aa885a389496845736eb42 <--- 64e42b90824ba572dcd7adcbea26597950980e82a075c5e057a5595afc427dc0
c45ac57d91fc1a6a5e730116b324353f45f3b1355e608db35ed301de7acc0954 <--- 6021c82838e92cdc4adc69cb75ebf9a1d141231e782a2e1914663c0a8a63317a
46238db3b423558b3a5b1ad8ed328625b53e3a1c6dd85d3d0c43115ffbb5cfd2 <--- 5ef8838ca09a6b4595c0aa798c0ae82adcd82433ee9d4c7dfdb4b54e3ca4ba5b
a7f2f691c09f07b102f6cd83bf3b25647054066da917dcabb8ce7fcc4af2889e <--- b40552ec9a3b2f931626bc81d634dda55ec5828f5caa18ea829abe43c4f2ffe2
330537c43ce43edfea9b81f78098aabba9db29aaca2075f08ca449604bc868d2 <--- b57a2d8e9adea494cd48825cfb4899582ed607b982ccdf653acf7acc14c97d48
eb65c670c8db9f6d12a23431d7d745903a859f70b27c93d9afee92731557f426 <--- e0f04739b68d67acb6a7d70b9b51854f7e861b2cadb8374b11e3f6d4e2c6dd71
021db36fb00e9733cbe912d46525646f701e2ff6f369e6d6eb77e88382be50f1 <--- 8076ac65a38c62ec8af6a961e74353f4a2c25c69506314cc1a57e83780b30d23
bbcb71dbc667283df42197f723c98be6552f3bd0a19e9faea9cd4b8d949ba38b <--- df7d4cd0bd4edbd91441d6843cdf240276ff074502b1be70ed2b1e883374b5d7
9dc87cd416c76fd0223ed4cb53d0ba308407a241a0c57ce0caa2bca72336eaa8 <--- b35bfdb50cd1aa9d42c4b88e37dad7f23cc9dd8f4d727e1fdf4625246b44ae3d
80f365b288f7d179943b6981d4908734ba4b8d1629aef8371f7f57c0262e1f70 <--- e45c81f038ffb90fd1de92a340a52fa56b05eb1c866153e661ed49bcef61535d
357fbac683594b98f032f09005e776b0032a74d18efd80b6479d6ff4ae43e60a <--- 83e0e4ae7e6fad2dc9ce772b2dbe986fd7a237e7f67128a18e5ba03a8caa1c6f
952671e6aa5df2cce0acf79320e559fa9b9fef54b1121a45c5c9d08228ad57ae <--- 937728c88760ac329470d7d3f15b62d6743e412b3c697cc1dfb402a3b1af9a5f
76adb8e45382665cf39aa431c5cc945447a87ef3631c9496700ecf2985eed3de <--- 14ff175aefd94577d373bc596cda0d0a1751d3c78183715f0f75165bcaf66f54
01b5797e8bfe491f67f5924ebe5b539cf8b337f11305ab502bd18b7e2e834a26 <--- ccd8410beecc407da21e00a2dd413f985449d2a626d360365a4268f72396925e
4c7a579f730de254e03e092f4234d44af81c2000783f1b555e00b923c7b17c11 <--- 1f722d08f8f61632c440ae482ed8b9c6eba31f74bae39a9957fdeb2a075b0831
d5d92dbbe087fe3584ef14ac0529158c522a333054375179878f11a3a89b2347 <--- baaf17f68264e842d72d862df34abab8e028dbfb1d5d612a1753cffc204d4e80
97afb5c3db65d77d5af1b062fb253a88babfba26ea5c77da66b7a705d5d9d9a6 <--- f77835eb7f0d3f33aad1abaaaf7ac4049e897f01c444cf8ad0c0595255ac9a04
1b3118872a98f417b84c3ecd19d4006c651433d6827c8e1c2c96d10f11325fc2 <--- 2a0a6823db1823fa6fa3a319980880ed685cc2d19856e2f0d4b57802dc7ef4fb
23ed9d754be338561c65bd4ad750551fe772a072ed0b55d61943971b6eeeb93d <--- bca7d4bcd0e2958dfaaa16512f031dba88e86f6dc291b769286eed554ee311d1
8aa99180a9f54863240eec2630bbf62b9b038902b019d7b9a7c49bed7c9d860a <--- 3d54879c600f301675b81d8d0b6a47418c12aa97a970e96e103ec644471ad9e8
053c2b21bfc599ce6aa63747cb90328b67be3832c95f249de62d4b558256673a <--- b4f1631ce67feba26c61bc49199b53196569df60fd02b5eaaf7b43cdf409ce5f
2481877be58b4c87eec144ca3384bca77774735cc88089b10efa662716dc9e86 <--- 1848992c21bedef0824c41bfb0a47402757518f6543cb7f40f95cc41be6d8ab3
7d27fa8168c85cd92a2ec0087ebac90eac842d545f33c12ad04c16606b42023c <--- 95801645097c5f34df10b5243405a1b893fef64a23c6181aa94f567f1e80d587
658eaf17ee002bc2ffdb79c83ad8ccbfac6414cb62d1d736c3b651b2eea25c5a <--- 2aa73444be6cbf53b3de71efe8cf60f284727a8eff19b84ed01c7c916ad723d3
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January 12, 2013, 10:15:43 PM
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Okay Otoh,

I see all of what you said in the last post but I am not quite understanding how he gets to the "winning" address...
There is a block created after then end of the draw, then he uses mega millions numbers, then for the pool he uses just the FIRST transaction?
How does that make all the other cash count?

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January 13, 2013, 02:22:33 PM
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I'll pass & let one of the many more tech savvy ppl here explain or bitlotto himself maybe, btw bitlotto we're at 1 week from results having been announced tomorrow & 10 days from the draw (*hint, hint - winner's payments - cough, cough*)

Edit: kbf also check the 'How the hashes are done for pools' link in my post above or on the BitLotto site which explains how it all works I believe.

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January 14, 2013, 04:01:10 AM
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(*hint, hint - winner's payments - cough, cough*)
Lol, I know. I'm working on it. ETA about a day! These last few months have been intense, work wise. I'm looking for help from someone else so I can be a little more timely with everything.

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January 14, 2013, 04:02:28 AM
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Okay Otoh,

I see all of what you said in the last post but I am not quite understanding how he gets to the "winning" address...
There is a block created after then end of the draw, then he uses mega millions numbers, then for the pool he uses just the FIRST transaction?
How does that make all the other cash count?

Patrick
Read: http://bitlotto.com/details.html and if you still aren't sure just ask away. I'll try to explain it.

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January 14, 2013, 11:40:28 PM
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Pirate pool all paid out!

Good luck everyone on the Feb draw!

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January 15, 2013, 02:34:12 PM
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Pirate pool all paid out!

Good luck everyone on the Feb draw!

Many thanks, it appears that the PP bet I made on Hannah's behalf this month was the winning hash (if taken in order of the PP bets placed), so lots more good karma to everyone who entered & thanks from my niece too who I gifted some bets for & thanks also from me, much appreciated! Best of luck for the next months to all!

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January 16, 2013, 01:48:10 PM
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Pirate pool all paid out!

Good luck everyone on the Feb draw!

Many thanks, it appears that the PP bet I made on Hannah's behalf this month was the winning hash (if taken in order of the PP bets placed), so lots more good karma to everyone who entered & thanks from my niece too who I gifted some bets for & thanks also from me, much appreciated! Best of luck for the next months to all!
Ya, congrats! You sure are lucky!


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January 31, 2013, 10:18:41 PM
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It would appear that the BitLotto Pirate Pool is not going to be operational this month as it seems to have an invalid Bitcoin address that can't be sent to:

https://blockchain.info/address/17YhcYptSF2L48C361dTAMC98UpUGcZ4jPR

Other than that, everything else seems to be fine for the other addresses, suerte Wink

Pot nearly 20 btc (of the new improved > $20 values each coins) atm...

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February 01, 2013, 04:17:00 AM
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it seems to have an invalid Bitcoin address that can't be sent to:

https://blockchain.info/address/17YhcYptSF2L48C361dTAMC98UpUGcZ4jPR

Doh!  Copy pasta problem it appears.  From the "Valid" addresses (signed by GPG) there is no trailing "R":
 - http://blockchain.info/address/17YhcYptSF2L48C361dTAMC98UpUGcZ4jP

 - http://bitlotto.com/valid.html

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February 01, 2013, 04:26:23 AM
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It would appear that the BitLotto Pirate Pool is not going to be operational this month as it seems to have an invalid Bitcoin address that can't be sent to:

https://blockchain.info/address/17YhcYptSF2L48C361dTAMC98UpUGcZ4jPR

Other than that, everything else seems to be fine for the other addresses, suerte Wink

Pot nearly 20 btc (of the new improved > $20 values each coins) atm...
Doh! The next ones should work! Wink

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February 03, 2013, 06:34:50 AM
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Feb 1 results:

Congrats Stanger Pool for winning 20.54 BTC!

0.25 BTC/ticket
1. 1MsKCa7sayu4GU63jpggLCimWXz6dY5hXz
2. 17YhcYptSF2L48C361dTAMC98UpUGcZ4jP (Pool)
3. 16WKbqieTXERyrrF2j9LLhX8bM1TXpCYua (Pool)
Jackpot size: 20.54 BTC
Lucky Block: 219007 Mega Millions Numbers: 01 30 32 40 41 Mega Ball 17
Mixer Hash: 30582b6771...
Winner's Hash: df4e447b1a14b37a2ef700918fc1ea6bb4442ab6175e66f794cca1e5f27ca1d4(7)
Winner: BitLotto's Stranger Pool
http://bitlotto.com/2013feb1.txt

Congrats!

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