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Author Topic: ★★★ MEMs LIST of GAMBLING SITES ★★★  (Read 121240 times)
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May 29, 2013, 04:22:45 PM
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Can I Figure out in your lotto section please ?
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May 29, 2013, 06:14:30 PM
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On one hand, I'd love to say "Don't worry, it's probably a problem on my side since my computer is Korean", but on the other hand, if it doesn't work for me, that means it won't work for everyone so maybe it shouldn't be considered defacto.  Undecided

It may be a good idea to gif them so it will show across different devices/os's.

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May 30, 2013, 04:49:06 PM
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What about small icons in the style fo this?
http://imgur.com/yRBPkP5

< provably fair

If you like it, I could make more of them, I've got some ideas for PvP, all of them actually.
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May 31, 2013, 02:19:40 AM
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What about small icons in the style fo this?
http://imgur.com/yRBPkP5

< provably fair

If you like it, I could make more of them, I've got some ideas for PvP, all of them actually.

Sold Smiley

Thanks again.

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May 31, 2013, 04:15:53 AM
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On one hand, I'd love to say "Don't worry, it's probably a problem on my side since my computer is Korean", but on the other hand, if it doesn't work for me, that means it won't work for everyone so maybe it shouldn't be considered defacto.  Undecided

My computer isn't Korean, and I get similar results.  I'm running Linux, so maybe that's the issue.  I expect there's a package of fonts I could install to get the missing glyphs but you can't expect people to do that.


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May 31, 2013, 04:32:11 AM
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I see squares as well. I'm on an almost stock Windows XP SP3 machine. I don't install anything on this one except work applications (office stuff). I think you better use custom made graphics, like that green check mark, and also use alternative text labels in case someone out there is still using a non-graphical browser.

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May 31, 2013, 05:12:37 AM
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I expect there's a package of fonts I could install to get the missing glyphs but you can't expect people to do that.

Thats the issue in a nut shell, it needs to just work or the icons are useless.

I think what Boelens is making for us will be quite suitable, thanks again Boelens.

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May 31, 2013, 05:16:20 AM
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Mem, you know how lots of websites have little approval images which imply they're safe & secure etc. You should do something similar for Bitcoin gambling websites. Give them a little image "Mem List Approved" which they put in the footer. Basically any site without it would be deemed 'untrustworthy' and to get it you'd have to be 100% provably fair along with other aspects. You could even make people pay for a Mem list license or something if it ever became highly recognized Tongue

There's heaps of stuff like that for fiat based online casino's, so I don't see why it wouldn't work for you.

If your not interested, doog should do it.
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May 31, 2013, 05:21:13 AM
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I dont mind doing it but I dont see how I could hope to enforce it either (stealing graphics is very easy).

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May 31, 2013, 05:24:15 AM
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I dont mind doing it but I dont see how I could hope to enforce it either (stealing graphics is very easy).

You can't enforce it really. People obviously value your opinion considering how most website owners go out of their way to be on this list. If it slowly became the 'norm' then people would be forced to use it due to risk of being labelled 'untrustworthy'. I guess it'd just be a trend sort of thing.

It's just at the moment your list is the only way people determine which gambling sites are legit/provably fair etc and which ones aren't, and a LOT of people gamble without seeing it. Need to expand out of just this simple thread ^_^

It's just that Goddice website got me thinking is all.
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May 31, 2013, 05:42:31 AM
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I dont mind doing it but I dont see how I could hope to enforce it either (stealing graphics is very easy).

You can't enforce it really. People obviously value your opinion considering how most website owners go out of their way to be on this list. If it slowly became the 'norm' then people would be forced to use it due to risk of being labelled 'untrustworthy'. I guess it'd just be a trend sort of thing.

It's just at the moment your list is the only way people determine which gambling sites are legit/provably fair etc and which ones aren't, and a LOT of people gamble without seeing it. Need to expand out of just this simple thread ^_^

It's just that Goddice website got me thinking is all.

**requesting "approved by mems list" logo for approved sites**  Cool

Trying to think of an icon for provably fair, also Id like to do something to highlight games that are approved  but not provably fair (but could be)  italics ?.

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May 31, 2013, 07:01:31 AM
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I'm using secrets from 5 different gambling sites. Plus my secret. Plus true random numbers from atmospheric noise. Is that Provably Fair enough?

An icon can be like those "Super Brands" or something like that. You should just make it similar to a seal, like

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May 31, 2013, 10:34:25 AM
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Made more!
Clueless on a good icon for not responsive admin and responsive/helpful admins yet though. This is what I've got right now :

PvP
SCAM
payout issues ( This one might not be very clear, may change it)
questions raised
provably fair

EDIT : Why does everyone suddenly have sock puppet avatars? ._.
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May 31, 2013, 11:02:33 AM
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I'm using secrets from 5 different gambling sites. Plus my secret. Plus true random numbers from atmospheric noise. Is that Provably Fair enough?

An icon can be like those "Super Brands" or something like that. You should just make it similar to a seal, like


Exactly what I was thinking Tongue Something like that mem

And nice boelens, they look awesome.
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May 31, 2013, 11:17:28 AM
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Hi Mem,

Please update your CoinChat entry. The admin of coinchat is me (TradeFortress). Lordsonkit runs Moobot, a social dice gambling game.
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June 03, 2013, 03:45:11 AM
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Made more!
Clueless on a good icon for not responsive admin and responsive/helpful admins yet though. This is what I've got right now :

PvP
SCAM
payout issues ( This one might not be very clear, may change it)
questions raised
provably fair

EDIT : Why does everyone suddenly have sock puppet avatars? ._.

The PVP icon is great.........

I might pm you next time we need icons for our log:
http://satoshiroulette.com/log.php?mode=BTC

Id be happy to pay for you for your work as well.

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June 04, 2013, 02:34:31 AM
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Hi mem. My Lotto has a website. www.LowHash.com ... heheh. so you can update your list and paste me there already. The website heavily relies on the forum thread for support. heheh.

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June 04, 2013, 02:43:53 AM
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This is an excellent list! May I recommend www.satoshidiamond.org? They are a chain-style game with a 40% consolation prize and a bonus email jackpot. Best of the best out of all chain-style games! The consolation prize is a nice perk. Keep up the good work!

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June 04, 2013, 03:10:57 AM
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Hi all,

We've built a lottery site for betting on future bitcoin network difficulty, come and check it out! http://btcfarseer.com

Betting on Difficulty - http://btcfarseer.com
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June 04, 2013, 03:13:07 AM
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Here's my updated info for mem.

Name: LowHash (previously Dabs Lotto)
Status: Pending or Approved (up to you)
Key: Provably Fair icon?
Min Cash In: 0.01 BTC
Min Cash Out: 0.01 BTC
Games: Lotto
Min Bet: 0.01 BTC
Max Bet: 6,000.00 BTC
Edge: as low as zero
Notes: Admin is a forum member, Announcement Thread / Support Thread.

Site Name: LowHash (formerly Dabs Lotto)
URL: http://www.lowhash.com
Thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=212855
Player vs Player (yes/no): Yes
Provably Fair (yes/no): Yes (uses 7 lucky secrets)
Games: Lotto
Edge%: Winner Receives up to 100%. Please read the fine print. 16.67% goes to next game.
Admin Email:
Admin Profile: Dabs
Min Cash In: 0.01
Min Cash Out: 0.01
Min Bet: 0.01
Max Bet: 6,000.00
Notes: Afterlife Payment Guaranteed = Get the Prize Even if I'm Dead
Notes: 6,000 BTC lets you buy up to a million tickets, which is not really the maximum, but it will give the operator some time to compute the winner.
Notes: Early Bird Discounts for "Worm" Tickets. Bonuses for volume purchase.

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