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January 31, 2019, 10:58:57 PM
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Are you not able to program a limit on betting?


its there when you select multiplier, don't worry even if you send more then max bet the amount is just reverted back !

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February 02, 2019, 09:31:56 AM
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People are trying to warn you with the beta thing, we can just not play here if we feel like its risky, we have that option.

Moreover, you OWN the house which means if you get scammed then you will not be able to blame it on anyone else. When you are in beta that means there is always a chance of getting hacked, even the billion dollar industry places get hacked, how could you think your website is unhackable and unbreakable on a BETA period when there are worlds biggest government websites that get hacked.

You must be hoping that your website is small enough to not really put effort into getting hacked but every single casino you have ever seen in crypto world got hacked at least once, primedice, nitrogen, just-dice and so forth all got at least one bad seed manipulator or whatever else and got their money stolen.

We are not saying you are not secure, we are saying take care of yourself and be prepared for it because if you are not prepared it would be the end of your website but if you are prepared for it then you can continue like nothing happened.
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February 02, 2019, 10:54:46 AM
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When you are in beta that means there is always a chance of getting hacked

That's not what they say

Basically, they claim that they can't be hacked because they allegedly don't have the private keys from bitcoins with which users are betting. So, in a sense, there is nothing to hack, and technically, that would be true if they didn't actually have the keys. Whether the latter is true indeed is another big question which has been asked by me and other posters in this thread a few times by now. Naturally, if the owners are lying (which might well be the case), then the whole point of "beta testing" or whatever becomes kinda irrelevant (if only as an excuse for exit scam)
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February 02, 2019, 01:45:40 PM
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People are trying to warn you with the beta thing, we can just not play here if we feel like its risky, we have that option.

Moreover, you OWN the house which means if you get scammed then you will not be able to blame it on anyone else. When you are in beta that means there is always a chance of getting hacked, even the billion dollar industry places get hacked, how could you think your website is unhackable and unbreakable on a BETA period when there are worlds biggest government websites that get hacked.

You must be hoping that your website is small enough to not really put effort into getting hacked but every single casino you have ever seen in crypto world got hacked at least once, primedice, nitrogen, just-dice and so forth all got at least one bad seed manipulator or whatever else and got their money stolen.

We are not saying you are not secure, we are saying take care of yourself and be prepared for it because if you are not prepared it would be the end of your website but if you are prepared for it then you can continue like nothing happened.

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February 02, 2019, 01:54:08 PM
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When you are in beta that means there is always a chance of getting hacked

That's not what they say

Basically, they claim that they can't be hacked because they allegedly don't have the private keys from bitcoins with which users are betting. So, in a sense, there is nothing to hack, and technically, that would be true if they didn't actually have the keys. Whether the latter is true indeed is another big question which has been asked by me and other posters in this thread a few times by now. Naturally, if the owners are lying (which might well be the case), then the whole point of "beta testing" or whatever becomes kinda irrelevant (if only as an excuse for exit scam)

This BETA was for UI/UX improvement as mentioned on website, dude its on chain gambling in order to hack this website you need to hack bitcoin block-chain, so my best wishes to anyone doing this.

Whats there to hack ?
1> No Registration - So no user accounts
2> No Custom Address - No bitcoin Core
3> No Custom Withdraw address - winner always get transaction built with his input transaction, so if he didn't played there is no possibility of payment
4> No Database No Logs

i would really suggest you to take a look at SKOBET and its workings and then decide what you are telling me here, this is not some cheap primedice knockoff, we are unique and different.

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February 02, 2019, 06:32:07 PM
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Smart contracts do not exist to this extent on the Bitcoin blockchain to the extent that allows for decentralized "unhackable" gambling games. IIRC the only side chain that allows for this would be Rootstock. Please either
a) prove that you are somehow running this as a smart contract
b) stop claiming that it's unhackable, that you don't control the keys and that there is no chance that a user would get scammed

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February 02, 2019, 06:59:19 PM
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So, bitcoinfuck pussyhunter6969, you could not come up with anything better? Roll Eyes

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February 03, 2019, 12:05:20 AM
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Smart contracts do not exist to this extent on the Bitcoin blockchain to the extent that allows for decentralized "unhackable" gambling games. IIRC the only side chain that allows for this would be Rootstock. Please either
a) prove that you are somehow running this as a smart contract
b) stop claiming that it's unhackable, that you don't control the keys and that there is no chance that a user would get scammed

i agree on highlighted part, that is the case with every casino hot wallet is the source for the keys. our arguments are apart, if you are saying that i am control of funds when user bets that 100% correct, if you are saying someone may hack and take control of funds that not possible at all.

Why i say its hack proof take a look below :-


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note the communication is one way in off public internet, so unless someone messes with bitcoin block-chain itself there is nothing going to wrong

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February 03, 2019, 12:12:55 AM
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So, bitcoinfuck pussyhunter6969, you could not come up with anything better? Roll Eyes

i did my best, i hope people enjoy it !

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February 04, 2019, 12:48:30 PM
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"On Chain | Bitcoin Only"

You should explain this part better, maybe with a paper. What you are saying is that this casino will work almost as if using ETH or EOS?

Has Bitcoin's blockchain become a platform that accepts smat contracts? Because if it is not, it's just a centralized contract. That is, you automated the process of withdrawing funds, but still have full control over it and could change it at any time.
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February 04, 2019, 04:38:57 PM
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"On Chain | Bitcoin Only"

You should explain this part better, maybe with a paper. What you are saying is that this casino will work almost as if using ETH or EOS?

Mate, this question has already been asked a few times

And no, no definitive answer was given if you are curious (you may want to read the whole thread, though). What it means and what it all means everyone should decide for themselves. Herewith I'm not necessarily accusing the shop runners of anything specific, but if they really want to make a decentralized casino as they claim, i.e. where no ownership of keys is changed, they should probably look into the blockchains you mentioned
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February 04, 2019, 06:45:05 PM
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"On Chain | Bitcoin Only"

You should explain this part better, maybe with a paper. What you are saying is that this casino will work almost as if using ETH or EOS?

Has Bitcoin's blockchain become a platform that accepts smat contracts? Because if it is not, it's just a centralized contract. That is, you automated the process of withdrawing funds, but still have full control over it and could change it at any time.

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can you quote when i said its on smart contract ?
the verification system is on blockchain, it means there is no cheat on probably fair,  there is no Denial of any bet made to our website !!
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every casino in world can cheat you, and you can't prove nothing. what if your account is deleted by a casino ? how you are going to prove that they scammed you ? yea you can probably very your bet but what if they site delete your whole account ? with skobet if you find a shady trick you can easily report it here, and nobody on bitcointalk would Denial your claim, as everyone can see the result on blockchain.


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February 16, 2019, 05:46:29 AM
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Pushed New Updates !

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February 16, 2019, 06:52:41 AM
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I think it will be very hard to win on this game, From now I cannot see any lucky winners yet.
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February 16, 2019, 08:09:39 AM
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Smart contracts do not exist to this extent on the Bitcoin blockchain to the extent that allows for decentralized "unhackable" gambling games. IIRC the only side chain that allows for this would be Rootstock. Please either
a) prove that you are somehow running this as a smart contract
b) stop claiming that it's unhackable, that you don't control the keys and that there is no chance that a user would get scammed

i agree on highlighted part, that is the case with every casino hot wallet is the source for the keys. our arguments are apart, if you are saying that i am control of funds when user bets that 100% correct, if you are saying someone may hack and take control of funds that not possible at all.

Why i say its hack proof take a look below :-


Personally, I can't grasp that

Anyway, now you seem to admit that you are in control of the funds, which means you control the keys. That's good. Well, that's not actually good at all but it is good that you admitted to this fact. So the next question should be why can't a hacker take control over the funds if he steals these keys from you? Are you memorizing them or what? Who has the keys has control over the coins, right?
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February 16, 2019, 12:04:02 PM
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It's not a smart-contract, but it's also unhackable !!

This is what i could understand from all the pussyhunter6969 posts. Even so, it seems not to be so difficult for professionals and non-professional as well to make the simple analysis of the whole concepts before making the simple right judgement.

+ It's confirmed bu a user that it is difficult to win such a weired game.
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February 17, 2019, 09:12:06 AM
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I think it will be very hard to win on this game, From now I cannot see any lucky winners yet.

yea almost all of last bet users placed bet at near 40X, so its definitely hard, i would suggest users to place bet 2X or 4X, betting at 40X is recommended for small amount only !


its like you want to make 0.1 to 2 BTC its definitely gonna have lower win chance, but if you want to double your 0.1 to 0.2 BTC there is close to 49.5 % chance of doing that,just like primedice yolodice or stake

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February 17, 2019, 09:19:30 AM
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It's not a smart-contract, but it's also unhackable !!

This is what i could understand from all the pussyhunter6969 posts. Even so, it seems not to be so difficult for professionals and non-professional as well to make the simple analysis of the whole concepts before making the simple right judgement.

+ It's confirmed bu a user that it is difficult to win such a weired game.


I think it will be very hard to win on this game, From now I cannot see any lucky winners yet.

yea almost all of last bet users placed bet at near 40X, so its definitely hard, i would suggest users to place bet 2X or 4X, betting at 40X is recommended for small amount only !



wheres the proof ? the user thinks like it ? he didn't played also check my quoted replies !

can you get a transaction and verify it using probably fair code available on the website, try to educate your concept on probably fair games, before mention a game hard to win.

by the way, primedice, yolodice, stake all generate roll same way.

Thank you for your valuable feedback

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February 17, 2019, 09:48:17 AM
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I think it will be very hard to win on this game, From now I cannot see any lucky winners yet.

It is just like a usual dice game but it is on chain game, isn't it? You can choose your preferred multiplier/payout, the higher the multiplier the lower chance for you to win but the higher profit you may get if you win it. I cant even say hard or easy in gambling because all depends on our own luck.

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February 17, 2019, 10:07:37 AM
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Seems like a test run gambling site to me.
I would advice you stop advertising it for the moment and direct more effort in growing and developing it

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