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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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Where's your obligatory PGP signature? ;-)
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December 09, 2011, 06:08:35 AM
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Where's your obligatory PGP signature? ;-)

Good call! I'm glad some people check. I usually just put it in on my website but...you know. Hopefully it's up soon!!!

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December 13, 2011, 02:47:33 AM
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bitlotto.com down?

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December 13, 2011, 04:18:16 AM
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It has been down for an extended period of time.  I do not know why it is so hard and is taking so long to find a way to get it back up and running.  In the mean time I appear to be the only one to have entered the next lottery so I am certain to win!

See:  http://blockexplorer.com/address/1C164nvYnofZjGVzHdJkfGLes3T1s3YsvS

Both entries are mine  Smiley

Our family was terrorized by Homeland Security.  Read all about it here:  http://www.jmwagner.com/ and http://www.burtw.com/  Any donations to help us recover from the $300,000 in legal fees and forced donations to the Federal Asset Forfeiture slush fund are greatly appreciated!
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December 13, 2011, 04:43:38 AM
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It has been down for an extended period of time.  I do not know why it is so hard and is taking so long to find a way to get it back up and running.  In the mean time I appear to be the only one to have entered the next lottery so I am certain to win!

See:  http://blockexplorer.com/address/1C164nvYnofZjGVzHdJkfGLes3T1s3YsvS

Both entries are mine  Smiley
I know it is crazy! Kalyhost (Does the DNS) won't reply to my messages. I can't change that until they let me log in. I'm almost ready to just get another domain with someone else. It's frustrating me.... argh.

This month's lottery will probably suffer. At least the odds always scale with size. So even though the pot may be small at least the odds will be really good.

*Next Draw Feb 1*  BitLotto: monthly raffle (0.25 BTC per ticket) Completely transparent and impossible to manipulate who wins. TOR
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Donations to: 1JQdiQsjhV2uJ4Y8HFtdqteJsZhv835a8J are appreciated.
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December 15, 2011, 03:31:57 PM
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It has been down for an extended period of time.  I do not know why it is so hard and is taking so long to find a way to get it back up and running.  In the mean time I appear to be the only one to have entered the next lottery so I am certain to win!

See:  http://blockexplorer.com/address/1C164nvYnofZjGVzHdJkfGLes3T1s3YsvS

Both entries are mine  Smiley
I know it is crazy! Kalyhost (Does the DNS) won't reply to my messages. I can't change that until they let me log in. I'm almost ready to just get another domain with someone else. It's frustrating me.... argh.

This month's lottery will probably suffer. At least the odds always scale with size. So even though the pot may be small at least the odds will be really good.

Kalyhost is a fucking scam.  Get out of there asap! Trust me... search them on this forum.

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December 15, 2011, 04:13:52 PM
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Someone (15yMh5tdiwZN5bRTvB2bWEHkbkdRBxRXxn) paid double (0.5 BTC) for an entry into this months lotto.

Our family was terrorized by Homeland Security.  Read all about it here:  http://www.jmwagner.com/ and http://www.burtw.com/  Any donations to help us recover from the $300,000 in legal fees and forced donations to the Federal Asset Forfeiture slush fund are greatly appreciated!
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December 15, 2011, 11:02:15 PM
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Someone (15yMh5tdiwZN5bRTvB2bWEHkbkdRBxRXxn) paid double (0.5 BTC) for an entry into this months lotto.
Ok thanks. Every so often I'll look and refund people who overpaid.

Oh and HOPEFULLY I have a website up soon.....sheesh....

*Next Draw Feb 1*  BitLotto: monthly raffle (0.25 BTC per ticket) Completely transparent and impossible to manipulate who wins. TOR
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December 15, 2011, 11:30:51 PM
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Kalyhost is a fucking scam.  Get out of there asap! Trust me... search them on this forum.

Goxed one more time (yes kalyhost is run by mtgox). That downtime is a bad joke, absolutly un-fucking acceptable. I hope you're at least able to move your domain (in case they actually answer you some day) somewhere else. A new domain might also be a good idea (.bit?).

Btw, you should add litecoin lotto. More gamble, more fun. Grin
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December 18, 2011, 02:34:28 AM
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I know it is crazy! Kalyhost (Does the DNS) won't reply to my messages. I can't change that until they let me log in.

KalyHost has ticket-based support through ZenDesk, just like Mt. Gox.  Have you created a ticket there?
 - http://kalyhost.zendesk.com/requests/new

Additionally, they are on Twitter and Facebook, should additional contact methods be needed.

I'm almost ready to just get another domain with someone else.

BitLotto is a great brand.  Though keep in mind that .com names (particularly those related to online gaming) are vulnerable to confiscation by U.S. authorities.  You might wish to register it using namecoin as a .bit as well.  The cost to register is 1.5 BTC.
 - http://register.dot-bit.org

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December 24, 2011, 02:50:12 AM
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I know it is crazy! Kalyhost (Does the DNS) won't reply to my messages. I can't change that until they let me log in.

KalyHost has ticket-based support through ZenDesk, just like Mt. Gox.  Have you created a ticket there?
 - http://kalyhost.zendesk.com/requests/new

Additionally, they are on Twitter and Facebook, should additional contact methods be needed.

I'm almost ready to just get another domain with someone else.

BitLotto is a great brand.  Though keep in mind that .com names (particularly those related to online gaming) are vulnerable to confiscation by U.S. authorities.  You might wish to register it using namecoin as a .bit as well.  The cost to register is 1.5 BTC.
 - http://register.dot-bit.org

This has been a very frustrating month. Pretty much a total loss. I'll look into other domains. I honestly don't know much about .bit domains. If I sent some BTC your way could you handle all the .bit stuff for me? I really appreciate your support and you seem to be very helpful.

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December 24, 2011, 03:28:39 AM
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btclottery.com is out of business and the domain looks to be for sale.  Maybe you could contact him and he would give you a good price.

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December 24, 2011, 07:33:08 AM
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KalyHost has ticket-based support through ZenDesk, just like Mt. Gox.  Have you created a ticket there?
 - http://kalyhost.zendesk.com/requests/new

I got a response from MagicalTux on IRC when i inquired. If I knew the ticket # at the time he could have taken a look at it himself.   Do you have a ticket # from Kalyhost support?

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December 27, 2011, 07:34:53 PM
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BitLotto is BACK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Thank you Kalyhost for fixing the problem. I've moved hosts. So we'll see how long this one lasts!!! This month obviously will be a small winning but if the website is down or not the show will go on!

Oh, and I've decided not to run BitLotto Jr for the time being.

*Next Draw Feb 1*  BitLotto: monthly raffle (0.25 BTC per ticket) Completely transparent and impossible to manipulate who wins. TOR
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December 27, 2011, 11:12:39 PM
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BitLotto is BACK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

the site lists exceptions to the "send only from wallet clients running locally" rule, and lists strongcoin as an exception.  how about my wallet http://blockchain.info/wallet ?
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December 28, 2011, 06:16:11 AM
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BitLotto is BACK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

the site lists exceptions to the "send only from wallet clients running locally" rule, and lists strongcoin as an exception.  how about my wallet http://blockchain.info/wallet ?
I haven't looked too much how you operate but as long as the Bitcoin address that sends the transaction is owned solely by the sender and I'm able to then sent back to that exact same address and the proper person will get the BTC then it will work. I return the winnings to the sending address. If that will work I'll add yours as well to known exceptions.

*Next Draw Feb 1*  BitLotto: monthly raffle (0.25 BTC per ticket) Completely transparent and impossible to manipulate who wins. TOR
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December 28, 2011, 09:55:44 PM
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I return the winnings to the sending address. If that will work I'll add yours as well to known exceptions.

that is how the my wallet service from http://blockchain.info/wallet functions so yes, that javascript wallet service would qualify as an exception.  for the record, the name of the service is "my wallet" -- i'm not affiliated with that service other than being a user and a fan.
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January 02, 2012, 05:42:30 PM
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Just curious about your accounting.  Currently the address

https://blockexplorer.com/address/1C164nvYnofZjGVzHdJkfGLes3T1s3YsvS

shows a total of 10.25000025 BTC

But 15yMh5tdiwZN5bRTvB2bWEHkbkdRBxRXxn is due a refund of 0.25 since they overpaid
And 1DMhJfQofCaQk4Pn73v4pfMRdTFNTYtXLr is due a refund of 0.00000025 since they underpaid

This leaves exactly 10 BTC or 40 entries

However the web site shows 42 entries. So it appears the web site is off by 2 entries Huh

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January 03, 2012, 01:06:40 AM
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Ah what the hell, might as well buy another ticket.  Haven't won yet, but the odds are way better than spending the same amount of money at the gas station for a state-sponsored lotto ticket.
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January 03, 2012, 01:50:31 AM
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However the web site shows 42 entries. So it appears the web site is off by 2 entries Huh

It appears to be off by just one entry .. the 0.00000025 invalid entry.

At the moment, Block Explorer shows: Received BTC: 12.25000025:
 - http://blockexplorer.com/address/1C164nvYnofZjGVzHdJkfGLes3T1s3YsvS

The BitLotto site shows:
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Jan 4 Jackpot Size So Far: 12.13 BTC
Current approx odds: 1/49 or 1/(total tickets)
- http://www.bitlotto.com

The key word is "approx odds".  I think it says "approx" as that doesn't accommodate for the errors (the 0.50 wager instead of the intended 0.25, and the 0.00000025 invalid wager).

12.13 BTC / 0.99  [the 99% payout) = 12.25 BTC (rounded down)

But then subtract out the 0.25000025 of invalids and overpayments and you get 12.00 BTC wagered.

So for the site to be accurate, it should say:
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Jan 4 Jackpot Size So Far: 11.88 BTC
Current approx odds: 1/48 or 1/(total tickets)

Calculated as:
12.00 BTC wagered X 0.99 [the 99% payout] = 11.88 BTC jackpot.
$12.00 / 0.25 per-ticket = 48 tickets

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