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November 05, 2017, 08:00:52 PM
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I have the chance 2 fell 400 red,after half an hour of the game.How can this be?You scammers
My attempt at an exegesis, as it looks like it's the sport of the moment:

"I too1 had a chance at [random game]. After half an hour2, I found myself 400 [satoshis] in the red3. [Random rant follows]."

1 slang from "2".
2 probably because he's a bit slow, this may mean a couple of rounds.
3 meaning he lost 400 satoshis.

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November 05, 2017, 09:55:47 PM
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November 06, 2017, 02:11:34 PM
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I have the chance 2 fell 400 red,after half an hour of the game.How can this be?You scammers
My attempt at an exegesis, as it looks like it's the sport of the moment:

"I too1 had a chance at [random game]. After half an hour2, I found myself 400 [satoshis] in the red3. [Random rant follows]."

1 slang from "2".
2 probably because he's a bit slow, this may mean a couple of rounds.
3 meaning he lost 400 satoshis.

Dang, I wouldn't have been able to figure that one out, you could be right but who knows?

But would he be going through all that trouble to post here for 400 satoshi's? On the other hand, 400 rounds on red in roulette would be quite silly as well. Tongue


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November 06, 2017, 03:03:41 PM
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I have the chance 2 fell 400 red,after half an hour of the game.How can this be?You scammers
2% chance? It's payout 50X i suppose you are talking about dice  Roll Eyes
Extremely unlucky in my opinion, but look at my logic:

In 400 rolls you didn't hit single time payout 50X but you should have hit it 8 times.
Possibilities:
1) you will hit it 10 times in next 100 rolls.
2) you will roll dice 400 times and you won't hit it.
3) you will roll dice 100000 times and on average you will hit it 2000 times. 98000 red bets and 2000 green bets.

Do you see how your 2% chance looks like?

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November 06, 2017, 03:11:34 PM
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Feels like we've wasted more time thinking about what the scrambled message might mean, than the person writing it bothered to use when providing us with this...literature.



On another note, BTG got a testnet since a few days. It's only a matter of years until they've got things running on a main net level.


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November 06, 2017, 03:47:45 PM
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Feels like we've wasted more time thinking about what the scrambled message might mean, than the person writing it bothered to use when providing us with this...literature.

That's for sure.

I have the chance 2 fell 400 red,after half an hour of the game.How can this be?You scammers
2% chance? It's payout 50X i suppose you are talking about dice  Roll Eyes

How you managed to decipher that I'll never know, but well done. I've been googling but I can't find how to calculate the probability of no occurrence of a 2% chance in a 400 sample. But thinking about it the other way round If you were rolling a 98% chance and you got lucky without losing in 400 rolls you would be happy but it wouldn't seem all that strange.

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November 06, 2017, 03:51:04 PM
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2% chance? It's payout 50X i suppose you are talking about dice
I've been googling but I can't find how to calculate the probability of no occurrence of a 2% chance in a 400 sample.
Roughly 0.03% (0.98^400 -> 0.00030933586).


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November 06, 2017, 08:33:47 PM
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1Ailin01555624224.397%455,800 DOGE
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November 08, 2017, 12:37:40 PM
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On another note, BTG got a testnet since a few days. It's only a matter of years until they've got things running on a main net level.
Even then it's probably just going to tank the price anyway, it's now trading for around 0.027 BTC at Yobit.
Imagine what the price will do once everyone starts dumping their BTG, people are just waiting for it and they've probably prepared as well.

Bitcoin cash was a success compared to this thing  Roll Eyes


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November 08, 2017, 05:27:32 PM
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So, it seems 2x has just been called off.
https://lists.linuxfoundation.org/pipermail/bitcoin-segwit2x/2017-November/000685.html


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Hi Lutpin, I must say again I'm a little disappointed  with the fact that the fee system for withdrawals is not, to me totally transparent. This might not matter to the majority of gamblers, but for smaller investors like me, it makes a difference, and is an issue.

You said earlier that the transaction fee slider is in the units BTC / Kb. (i.e. based on the size of the transaction).

I just withdrew 0.5747133 BTC. I selected the transaction fee slider to 0.00156000 BTC, expecting that the total balance (i.e. 0.5747133) will be sent, MINUS a transaction fee per kb, OF 0.00156BTC/kb. (so for example if transaction size is 300 bytes, I'd have expected to be sent 0.5747133 - 0.00156/1024*300 = 0.574256269.

Now what's actually happened was TWO things:
https://blockchain.info/tx/f92697229a778f6d7884cd9cd4dbc63ca0f84ea59322a33ae781125b9d36b010

1) Only 0.57315332 BTC was sent, therefore 0.00156 (approx $11.70 USD) was taken a SEPARATE FEE to Crypto-games.
2) A transaction fee per kb of 0.00156BTC / KB was used to send the transaction in 1) to the blockchain.

Therefore the ACTUAL fee assumed a transaction size of 1KB (and applied that fee to me, on that basis), even though the ACTUAL transaction size was only 224 Bytes, therefore I paid a significantly larger fee than I thought I would.

I know you might attack me and say I'm wrong. I like the site, and the ability to invest, I just don't know why the fee system isn't clearer and also cheaper. From the link, I expected to pay 0.00034944 BTC (Which was the actual transaction charge for putting it on the blockchain, not 0.00156).

Additionally, I have other investments in other coins but have no idea how fees work for them. For example, the slider can't all be based on fee per kb because ETH has a different system (uses gas). Are you able to make it clearer to everyone on how fees work?
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November 08, 2017, 07:57:21 PM
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I think you misunderstood my previous post about the fees.
The withdrawal fee you pay is always the fee a 1 kB transaction would need (hence "you pay the per kB fee").

If your transaction is bigger than 1 kB (eg because there are several inputs used, which quickly amount to a huge transactions, as they are way bigger than outputs), then the site takes up the remainder of the fees.
If your transaction is smaller than 1 kB, then you end up paying more fees than actually used.

As users can't influence how big their withdrawal transactions are, and it's hard for the site to predict how big those transactions will be, before actually sending it,
all users are paying the same fee (as in, the fee for 1kB), regardless of transaction size. This way, the system is fair for everyone.



therefore I paid a significantly larger fee than I thought I would.
The withdrawal window tells you exactly how big a fee you pay and how much you receive from your total withdrawal amount.

I just don't know why the fee system isn't clearer and also cheaper.
I think it is clear, the only thing not mentioned on the withdrawal page itself is that the fee is per kB (which is mentioned in the FAQ, though).



You can see that a 0.1BTC withdrawal with a 0.00108BTC fee gives you a value of 0.09892BTC sent to your wallet (0.1-0.00108=0.09892).

As for the costs, that's mainly related to Bitcoin transaction fees, fees for eg litecoin are fairly low if you want alternatives.


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November 08, 2017, 08:05:51 PM
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I think you misunderstood my previous post about the fees.
The withdrawal fee you pay is always the fee a 1 kB transaction would need (hence "you pay the per kB fee").

If your transaction is bigger than 1 kB (eg because there are several inputs used, which quickly amount to a huge transactions, as they are way bigger than outputs), then the site takes up the remainder of the fees.
If your transaction is smaller than 1 kB, then you end up paying more fees than actually used.

As users can't influence how big their withdrawal transactions are, and it's hard for the site to predict how big those transactions will be, before actually sending it,
all users are paying the same fee, regardless of transaction size. This way, the system is fair for everyone.



therefore I paid a significantly larger fee than I thought I would.
The withdrawal window tells you exactly how big a fee you pay and how much you receive from your total withdrawal amount.

Ok fine. Then my thoughts are that assuming a transaction size of 1kb is unrealistic (most transactions are much smaller than this), I believe that crypto-games would be definitely net ahead on charging fees this way. For perspective, Yolodice allows you to withdraw for only 15,000 Sat (regardless of the network), they probably make a loss on that but for people like me it keeps us happy. Well, I guess if no one else is complaining then the system will remain as is, however I think it'd be good to simplify it to change a static fee, where on average, the site is on balance even. I will take it that for all the other coins, the slider fee is the ACTUAL fee too.
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November 08, 2017, 08:12:29 PM
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For perspective, Yolodice allows you to withdraw for only 15,000 Sat (regardless of the network), they probably make a loss on that but for people like me it keeps us happy.
This might not matter to the majority of gamblers, but for smaller investors like me, it makes a difference, and is an issue.
Yolodice charges a 35% commission on investments, while Crypto-Games only charges 30%, and at the same time carries 30% of the loses for the investors, should there be any.
Maybe they can afford to make net losses on transactions because they rake in more profit through investment commissions?

Would you prefer a higher investment commission over higher transaction fees?


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November 08, 2017, 08:26:00 PM
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For perspective, Yolodice allows you to withdraw for only 15,000 Sat (regardless of the network), they probably make a loss on that but for people like me it keeps us happy.
This might not matter to the majority of gamblers, but for smaller investors like me, it makes a difference, and is an issue.
Yolodice charges a 35% commission on investments, while Crypto-Games only charges 30%, and at the same time carries 30% of the loses for the investors, should there be any.
Maybe they can afford to make net losses on transactions because they rake in more profit through investment commissions?

Would you prefer a higher investment commission over higher transaction fees?

Charging higher withdrawal fees disadvantages those will lessor coins over those with more. A slightly higher commission affects everyone evenly. I'd choose the latter. In addition, very low withdrawal fees is a psychological benefit that could see a lot of more smaller players gamble on the site. If I was the owner I'd def. choose a higher commission (like 33% etc).
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November 08, 2017, 08:41:37 PM
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Would you prefer a higher investment commission over higher transaction fees?
Unless I misunderstood the whole discussion, it looks pretty obvious to me that players would prefer lower transaction fees and investors would prefer lower commissions.
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November 08, 2017, 08:45:29 PM
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A slightly higher commission affects everyone evenly. If I was the owner I'd def. choose a higher commission (like 33% etc).
Yet provides a disadvantage for those who stake the bankroll for a very long time, loyal users with standing investments for several months or even years (at least a disadvantage compared to the current system).

Different sites handle situations like transaction fees or investment commissions in different ways, I don't think there's a right or wrong here.
Likewise, users might prefer one way or the other.

Gladly, we're currently in a phase where there are many different trusted services to pick from,
so everyone can find something suited for them (one just has to think back to when MtGox was the only exchange and everyone had to use it).
On top of that, there's viable alternatives to Bitcoins rising transaction fees with Litecoin, Ethereum or similar options all available on CG.

And after all, Lightning is just around the corner, possibly instant deposits and withdrawals with close to no fees, an interesting time, to say the least.


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November 08, 2017, 09:50:56 PM
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For perspective, Yolodice allows you to withdraw for only 15,000 Sat (regardless of the network), they probably make a loss on that but for people like me it keeps us happy.

Sorry for mentioning another site here, but if you're interested in an at-cost model check out the fees on bustadice.com . It constantly changes based on network conditions, but is designed to exactly model the site costs. For reference at the moment:

Deposit fee: 368 satoshis  (since there's a consolidation overhead for deposits)


Instant Withdrawal Fee: 45580 satoshis (should confirm in < 2 confs, with a 95% probability)
or
Delayed Withdrawal Fee: 9010 satoshis (delayed until someone else makes a withdrawal)


Although a big part of the reason it's so cheap is due to optimization (like using segwit), but I think it makes a good base-line as it's not subsidized (or a profit center). Not that it's particularly relevant, but the amortized investor commission is 25%



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November 08, 2017, 11:43:41 PM
Last edit: November 15, 2017, 11:26:13 PM by Crypto-Games.net
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Today's Bitcoin lottery (round 213) draw results:

Place   Nickname       Owned Tickets   Winning Ticket   Chance of winning   Reward in Bitcoin
1Dimagog9525118.924%0.04016 BTC
2thenerd314233664.582%0.00753 BTC
3baapvis553710.558%0.00301 BTC


Congratulations winners




Ethereum Lotto round #76 will close in approx 7 hours!

Current prizes:
1st place:  0.0760 ETH
2nd place: 0.0143 ETH
3rd place: 0.0057 ETH

Total tickets bought so far: 38
Price per ticket: 0.0025 ETH






Catch the winning spirit!


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