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Author Topic: Got my BFL Single today and I'm raffling it away for 0.5BTC!  (Read 14941 times)
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March 09, 2012, 12:41:46 PM
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B/c if you use Mwesoloski@gmail.com he will pay you 1 BTC for each referral you give him if he wins!

The person I used will pay .5 BTC if he wins.

It's a hedge

LOL you're hijacking my .50 BTC award!  That's cut-throat ... Wink

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March 09, 2012, 12:46:46 PM
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This is the second purchase I have ever made with bitcoins.  I think I'm mainly into bitcoins for the gadgets.

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March 09, 2012, 12:49:05 PM
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B/c if you use Mwesoloski@gmail.com he will pay you 1 BTC for each referral you give him if he wins!

The person I used will pay .5 BTC if he wins.

It's a hedge

LOL you're hijacking my .50 BTC award!  That's cut-throat ... Wink

Smiley I gave credit where credit was due!  I was on my phone on the bus, but now I've edited it to include your e-mail address.

and I explained it's also based on how much you trust the person, b/c if peeps don't know us, then they may not realize how radically awesome and honest we are.

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March 09, 2012, 01:36:05 PM
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Is there a raffel stats page up yet? (Number of tickets purchased, Number of tickets from referrals, Total tickets etc. ?)

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March 09, 2012, 01:37:52 PM
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Is there a raffel stats page up yet? (Number of tickets purchased, Number of tickets from referrals, Total tickets etc. ?)
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March 09, 2012, 01:43:08 PM
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Is there a raffel stats page up yet? (Number of tickets purchased, Number of tickets from referrals, Total tickets etc. ?)

This was intended to be an entertaining giveaway and the reason I chose Bit-Pay instead of making a new site for this alone was because I wanted to do the least work possible in giving it away, so no I didn't put a stats page up. Is that normal for raffles? What about when they are offline?

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March 09, 2012, 01:45:44 PM
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Could you update the thread with the latest numbers instead? I'm not sure if I should buy more raffle tickets or not.
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March 09, 2012, 01:48:24 PM
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Is there a raffel stats page up yet? (Number of tickets purchased, Number of tickets from referrals, Total tickets etc. ?)

This was intended to be an entertaining giveaway and the reason I chose Bit-Pay instead of making a new site for this alone was because I wanted to do the least work possible in giving it away, so no I didn't put a stats page up. Is that normal for raffles? What about when they are offline?

That's fair enough. But it wouldn't be too hard to get a basic stats page up would it? Assuming you have all the ticket details stored in a database anyway you could just query that and display stats with a PHP script? I think it's standard for online raffles, obviously not offline ones, but in offline raffles you can generally watch people buying tickets in person.

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March 09, 2012, 01:53:15 PM
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in offline raffles you can generally watch people buying tickets in person.

True (but I don't know if they announce it, I'm looking into some rulebooks for raffles so I can make sure I don't misunderstand some basic rules here).

Assuming you have all the ticket details stored in a database anyway you could just query that and display stats with a PHP script?

Everything is going through Bit-Pay, and once everyone has paid at the end of the timeline, I can request a CSV file obviously, but I can't just "query" the database like that at will -_-;


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March 09, 2012, 01:57:05 PM
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Everything is going through Bit-Pay, and once everyone has paid at the end of the timeline, I can request a CSV file obviously, but I can't just "query" the database like that at will -_-;

So how about just importing the updated CSV file once a day into a database then?

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March 09, 2012, 01:59:40 PM
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Everything is going through Bit-Pay, and once everyone has paid at the end of the timeline, I can request a CSV file obviously, but I can't just "query" the database like that at will -_-;

So how about just importing the updated CSV file once a day into a database then?

How about not completely ruining the otherwise fun event that this was intended to be by making it a nerdy math game?

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March 09, 2012, 02:04:43 PM
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Everything is going through Bit-Pay, and once everyone has paid at the end of the timeline, I can request a CSV file obviously, but I can't just "query" the database like that at will -_-;

So how about just importing the updated CSV file once a day into a database then?

How about not completely ruining the otherwise fun event that this was intended to be by making it a nerdy math game?
Yes, because statistics to give it a little bit of validity will definitely ruin this otherwise fun gambling event where no-one knows whether it's completely fraudulent or not. I don't care about the maths behind it.

I'll pass then, thanks -.-

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March 09, 2012, 02:15:26 PM
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Problem is I don't know whether I should buy 1 or 1,000 tickets in order to have any chance at all in winning this raffle.
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March 09, 2012, 02:17:58 PM
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Problem is I don't know whether I should buy 1 or 1,000 tickets in order to have any chance at all in winning this raffle.

My problem is I don't know whether buying tickets warrants any chance of winning at all no matter how many you buy. Something to show a bit of validity would be nice.

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March 09, 2012, 02:18:03 PM
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Yes, because statistics to give it a little bit of validity

Validity? Okay, maybe I misread your tone. If that's all you want then that's different.

Question though-- I'm the founder of the DCAO, DialCoin, Smallpla.net, BitDex, BIT-FU, Bittalk Media (Bitcoin Magazine and Bittalk.tv) and one of the most active producers in the Bitcoin community.

Are you actually worried about me trying to scam people out of $650 for a Bitforce that I already have 2 more coming in the mail of?

Cool story bro.

Problem is I don't know whether I should buy 1 or 1,000 tickets in order to have any chance at all in winning this raffle.


The real question I want to ask is "Would you know that in any other raffle in the universe?"

Problem is I don't know whether I should buy 1 or 1,000 tickets in order to have any chance at all in winning this raffle.
Definitely 1000 - then you can tell everybody else to go home, because you will be the only winner of the $2,500 BFL single.

I lol'ed.

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March 09, 2012, 02:18:53 PM
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Problem is I don't know whether I should buy 1 or 1,000 tickets in order to have any chance at all in winning this raffle.
Definitely 1000 - then you can tell everybody else to go home, because you will be the only winner of the $2,500 BFL single.

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March 09, 2012, 02:20:33 PM
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Yes, because statistics to give it a little bit of validity

Validity? Okay, maybe I misread your tone. If that's all you want then that's different.

Question though-- I'm the founder of the DCAO, DialCoin, Smallpla.net, BitDex, BIT-FU, Bittalk Media (Bitcoin Magazine and Bittalk.tv) and one of the most active producers in the Bitcoin community.

Are you actually worried about me trying to scam people out of $650 for a Bitforce that I already have 2 more coming in the mail of?

Cool story bro.

Fair enough. And yes. You're just another guy on the internet to me.

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March 09, 2012, 02:45:24 PM
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Validity? Okay, maybe I misread your tone. If that's all you want then that's different.

Question though-- I'm the founder of the DCAO, DialCoin, Smallpla.net, BitDex, BIT-FU, Bittalk Media (Bitcoin Magazine and Bittalk.tv) and one of the most active producers in the Bitcoin community.

These are credentials are meaningless. (Almost) Everyone knows that you have a big mouth, but your ability to deliver is an another question.
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March 09, 2012, 02:48:30 PM
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In for 2.  My first bitcoin purchase.  Smiley

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March 09, 2012, 02:48:34 PM
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Validity? Okay, maybe I misread your tone. If that's all you want then that's different.

Question though-- I'm the founder of the DCAO, DialCoin, Smallpla.net, BitDex, BIT-FU, Bittalk Media (Bitcoin Magazine and Bittalk.tv) and one of the most active producers in the Bitcoin community.

These are credentials are meaningless. (Almost) Everyone knows that you have a big mouth, but your ability to deliver is an another question.
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