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September 16, 2011, 01:08:22 AM
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Yay update! I wonder what's in it?

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September 16, 2011, 01:13:57 AM
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Yay update! I wonder what's in it?

Plain ole Windows Update... servers get them too, and its been nagging me to reboot.

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September 16, 2011, 01:14:56 AM
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Yay update! I wonder what's in it?

Plain ole Windows Update... servers get them too, and its been nagging me to reboot.

The most useless kind of update  Grin
Well at least it means the chance BitPonzi's wallet gets stolen is slightly lower.

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September 16, 2011, 01:40:25 AM
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Yay update! I wonder what's in it?

Plain ole Windows Update... servers get them too, and its been nagging me to reboot.

The most useless kind of update  Grin
Well at least it means the chance BitPonzi's wallet gets stolen is slightly lower.

When I got DDOS'd, it was literally 12 hours after I'd moved the entire wallet to a secure cloud wallet. Nobody ever had direct access though, and the only way they could really steal anything is to cause a glitch and be positioned correctly to exploit it, like how everyone got paid out yesterday.

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September 16, 2011, 01:41:54 AM
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Yay update! I wonder what's in it?

Plain ole Windows Update... servers get them too, and its been nagging me to reboot.

The most useless kind of update  Grin
Well at least it means the chance BitPonzi's wallet gets stolen is slightly lower.

When I got DDOS'd, it was literally 12 hours after I'd moved the entire wallet to a secure cloud wallet. Nobody ever had direct access though, and the only way they could really steal anything is to cause a glitch and be positioned correctly to exploit it, like how everyone got paid out yesterday.

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Good to know Smiley
Do you know who DDOS'd your server yet?

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September 16, 2011, 01:58:25 AM
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Yay update! I wonder what's in it?

Plain ole Windows Update... servers get them too, and its been nagging me to reboot.

The most useless kind of update  Grin
Well at least it means the chance BitPonzi's wallet gets stolen is slightly lower.

When I got DDOS'd, it was literally 12 hours after I'd moved the entire wallet to a secure cloud wallet. Nobody ever had direct access though, and the only way they could really steal anything is to cause a glitch and be positioned correctly to exploit it, like how everyone got paid out yesterday.

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Good to know Smiley
Do you know who DDOS'd your server yet?

Nah. I don't really care. The only uncomfortable thing was that they knew the port my bitcoin server was on, and they attacked ONLY my port. Still not sure how they figured that out, or if they even really knew it was Bitcoinduit, really. It was just an active wallet.

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September 16, 2011, 02:19:57 AM
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It's back online, everyone!
Massive Jr. is still open! http://bitponzi.net/Default.aspx?page=ViewRound&round=Massive_jr
edit: it just died again Sad

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September 16, 2011, 03:05:40 AM
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First ponzi I've played in 2 days...

http://bitponzi.net/Default.aspx?page=ViewRound&round=MASSIVE_JACKPOT

This should last forever Grin

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September 16, 2011, 03:07:31 AM
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First ponzi I've played in 2 days...

http://bitponzi.net/Default.aspx?page=ViewRound&round=MASSIVE_JACKPOT

This should last forever Grin

How come bitponzi's down again?  It's giving me bad gateway.

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September 16, 2011, 03:27:06 AM
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First ponzi I've played in 2 days...

http://bitponzi.net/Default.aspx?page=ViewRound&round=MASSIVE_JACKPOT

This should last forever Grin

How come bitponzi's down again?  It's giving me bad gateway.

Up for me through a couple proxies, might be on your end.

Try the tor2web url in the first post.

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September 16, 2011, 04:03:33 AM
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Updated massive_jackpot ad!

MASSIVE JACKPOT

THIS THING'S FRICKIN HUGE.  IT WILL LAST FOREVER.  YOU WILL BE A MILLIONAIRE IF YOU INVEST IN THIS GAME.  THIS THING WILL PAY OUT 1MIL BTC.  I'M TELLING YOU IT WILL LAST FOREVER... WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR?  PLAY...PLAY...PLAY...PLAY...

14.07BTC JACKPOT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



GET IN EARLY, BECOME A MILLIONAIRE!

http://bitponzi.net/Default.aspx?page=ViewRound&round=MASSIVE_JACKPOT

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September 16, 2011, 06:10:09 AM
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You've got to allow up to at least 168 hours of inactivity.

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September 16, 2011, 07:02:08 AM
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You've got to allow up to at least 168 hours of inactivity.

Compromise, I just set it to 48. Too many dead rounds build up if the max duration is too long...

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September 16, 2011, 02:53:57 PM
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You've got to allow up to at least 168 hours of inactivity.

Compromise, I just set it to 48. Too many dead rounds build up if the max duration is too long...
I'm okay with this compromise. Cheesy

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September 16, 2011, 04:21:11 PM
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Does anyone think that making a massive jackpot every day with 1 hour expiration is a good idea, or should we stick to one game at a time?

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September 16, 2011, 08:32:30 PM
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DAILY MASSIVE JACKPOT

Part of a new daily, 48-hour fixed expiration series of massive jackpots.  These are staggered so that every day there'll be two of these, one for sniping and one for investing!

http://bitponzi.net/Default.aspx?page=ViewRound&round=DAILY_MASSIVE_1 !!!! YOU WILL BE A MILLIONAIRE IF YOU INVEST IN THIS GAME.



Starts with 2.1BTC jackpot, and it goes up from there! 2.4BTC JACKPOT! 2.7BTC JACKPOT! 3.0BTC jackpot!

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September 16, 2011, 09:20:51 PM
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I like it.

Hey, who wants a desktop bet bot or any help setting up their own betbot? You'll need to change your bitcoin.conf file to allow RPC access, and set credentials.

Then read this: http://www.wikihow.com/Install-the-PHP-Engine-on-Your-Windows-PC

Then download Bitcoinduit-source-0.2.zip and betBot.zip from http://bitcoinduit.com/[filenames]

Put bitcoinURL.php and jsonRPCClient.php into the same directory. Edit bitcoinURL.php with your wallet settings.

Schedule a task in windows to call your script at intervals. Set your level of risk in the Jackpot ratio of the betBot.php file.

Done.

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September 16, 2011, 09:26:13 PM
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Jonathan, have you invested in the new massive jackpot?
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September 16, 2011, 10:58:11 PM
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I like it.

Hey, who wants a desktop bet bot or any help setting up their own betbot? You'll need to change your bitcoin.conf file to allow RPC access, and set credentials.

Then read this: http://www.wikihow.com/Install-the-PHP-Engine-on-Your-Windows-PC

Then download Bitcoinduit-source-0.2.zip and betBot.zip from http://bitcoinduit.com/[filenames]

Put bitcoinURL.php and jsonRPCClient.php into the same directory. Edit bitcoinURL.php with your wallet settings.

Schedule a task in windows to call your script at intervals. Set your level of risk in the Jackpot ratio of the betBot.php file.

Done.

-Jonathan


Does the bet bot work with fixed time ponzis?

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September 16, 2011, 11:12:11 PM
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I like it.

Hey, who wants a desktop bet bot or any help setting up their own betbot? You'll need to change your bitcoin.conf file to allow RPC access, and set credentials.

Then read this: http://www.wikihow.com/Install-the-PHP-Engine-on-Your-Windows-PC

Then download Bitcoinduit-source-0.2.zip and betBot.zip from http://bitcoinduit.com/[filenames]

Put bitcoinURL.php and jsonRPCClient.php into the same directory. Edit bitcoinURL.php with your wallet settings.

Schedule a task in windows to call your script at intervals. Set your level of risk in the Jackpot ratio of the betBot.php file.

Done.

-Jonathan


Does the bet bot work with fixed time ponzis?

I see no reason why it wouldn't.. You would probably want to edit line 7 and 8 for minimum and maximum time to ensure that your bet gets placed right at the end, or as close as you can get to it. a window of 5 seconds or so, maybe, and you'd then want to call your the betbot from your scheduler at least every 10 seconds.. I'll test it out..

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