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February 03, 2018, 06:25:56 PM
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Well, lowering the fees is really great feature at bustabit v2, but unfortunately (at least for me) is it the only one. On the other side - weird dark design, repeatedly troubles with inputting values into fields (payouts, increase bet...whatever), (probably?) no bonuses in any games, etc ... sad at all.

Is there something like "original bustabit v1" clone somewhere over there ?
Well it does say that they are testing out the new version as it is there way to show that Daniel from bustadice is the new owner of busabit. Also the dark theme is not that bad compared to the original design, in fact I like the new one better although with flaws about some various fields it will be fixed with their tech support. It would just take time for you to be used to with the new user interface of the site.

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February 03, 2018, 10:42:42 PM
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Really wish you guys have eth,bch...
Not interested in paying over 10-15$ to gamble around 50$  Grin

Guess i'm gonna use those clones  Sad

Bitcoin fees are extremely low right now, 2 sats per byte. You can send for pennies.

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February 03, 2018, 10:45:28 PM
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Well, lowering the fees is really great feature at bustabit v2, but unfortunately (at least for me) is it the only one. On the other side - weird dark design, repeatedly troubles with inputting values into fields (payouts, increase bet...whatever), (probably?) no bonuses in any games, etc ... sad at all.

Is there something like "original bustabit v1" clone somewhere over there ?
Well it does say that they are testing out the new version as it is there way to show that Daniel from bustadice is the new owner of busabit. Also the dark theme is not that bad compared to the original design, in fact I like the new one better although with flaws about some various fields it will be fixed with their tech support. It would just take time for you to be used to with the new user interface of the site.
Flaws from which fields?
As far as I can tell from using the new version of the site I have not run into any so far.
It runs just as the old one only a new interface is all I can tell really is the major difference.
They did have a way to switch between the wagering chart in the old one so maybe they will implement this feature some way in the future for the ones who do not like their change of style of the new site.
Overall I do like what I have experienced so far.
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February 07, 2018, 02:56:53 PM
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I've put together a short overview of what's new in version 2 of bustabit in its new announcement thread. I'll post all news and future updates there as well.

bustabit – The original crash game
bustadice – Fast-paced bustabit-like dice with no bet limit and Ƀ 35+ max profit
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September 14, 2018, 06:22:17 PM
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I guess the summary is there are two types of bustabit players:
a) Those who play casually and against the house (and generally are bonus oblivious)
b) Those who play competitively for bonuses


libertynow with his bonus bot obviously belong to group b) and greatly benefits from playing against people in group a) (to their detriment).

I think it's the fairest approach to try separate these groups of players, I'm just trying to find the smoothest way to do it.  One thing I'm experimenting now with is a special PvP variant of bustabit with high bonuses, starting from 0.9x and being 0% house edge. And to limit the unbounded risk of offering a 0% house edge game, if the net profit is < 0, there will be a small rake. (e.g. if the game loses 20 BTC, there will be a 0.1% rake, or 100 BTC and a 1% rake etc. )


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Anyway, nothing is going to be happening soon. So no need to panic. Just playing around with stuff to do my best to make everyone happy  Grin


Did you end up creating that game?
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