My #1 concern, among with a blog article about your site which I will choose not to post here because I can't confirm it's accuracy, is this:
There is an animation on the front page that shows the top winnings of the games.
Currently it says this:
MORE THAN 100 CASINO GAMES
Biggest win this month:
3D ROULETTE BTC 78,00 Australia
25 LINES ACES & FACES BTC 150,00 Austria
HAPPY BUGS BTC 96,00 Colombia
GLADIATOR BTC 226.00 Argentina
ELEKTRA BTC 191.00 Italy
SANTA SURPRISE BTC 271,00 Germany
FRANKIE DETTORI BTC 235,00 Italy
BONUS BEARS BTC 185.00 United Kingdom
BLACKJACK BTC 120,00 USA
DOLPHIN REEF BTC 275.00 France
Gladiator BTC 140.00 Germany
AZTECA BTC 95,00 South Africa
THE INCREDIBLE HULK BTC 175.00 Russia
IRON MAN BTC 182.00 Norway
X-MEN BTC 169.80 Egypt
DESERT TREASURE BTC 99.00 Brazil
PENGUIN VACATION BTC 55.00 Colombia
FROM RUSSIA BTC 95.00 Netherlands
That took me awhile to grab off the site, but let's look at the data. The "top" winner of those games (remember, there are over 100 games and this is just 20 of those games) is 2837.80 BTC. At $4 a coin that's $11,351.20, not bad for a web site that is only a WEEK OLD. And that's not even the losers or the not-so-biggest winners on each game, which I estimate to be another billion btc of revenue. Let's say hypothetically someone in Egypt won 169.80 playing X-Men, that bitcoin transaction would show up in the blockexplorer, right? Show us. Why are some of the reported biggest winners reported with a comma between the decimal place? Why is Gladiator listed twice, when there is only 1 Gladiator game in the interface. I feel like I've wasted enough time trying to prove my point. Defend yourself.
Thank you for reviewing the big game ticker and finding a miss leading issue with it that we will correct immediately!
The way this ticker is prepared are as followed. First a script that runs inside the gaming database generate the top 20 withdrawals over a 30 days period and return the game name the value and the player IP address. This data is then taken and put manually inside the website ticker as the IP need to be transposed to a location as we don't collect any user information except for an email address and the Bitcoin depositing address that is used to pay back the winnings.
Now the problem you pointed out arises while the casino use casino credits in the database instead of Bitcoins to make it more fun to play (1 BTC = 10 Casino Credits). The value in the ticker are not Bitcoins but Casino Credits thus need to be divided by 10 to reflect the correct amount.
I hope this clarify the discrepancy for you and others.
This was not intentional and I like to apologize for it!
On a side note we have been operating the casino since 2 months but only announced it here once we were sure all was working as expected. We are quite happy with the current response from customers (mostly not from the Bitcoin community). We are currently working on "how to" movies to explain how to buy Bitcoins at preferred exchangers and how to use their web wallets to transfer Bitcoins back and for to their player account.
As a thank you for your time and work I would like to offer you 20 casino credits just PM me your account info (you don't need to play you can cash it out immediately if you prefer).