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July 25, 2014, 03:11:59 AM
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do you have stats that show how many total bets and total BTC wagered?


if you do or can tell me the sdtats i can add you to my award winning site


http://cryptobettingindex.com/

Yes! we will make an API for live stats available shortly!

At the time of writing, the stats are as follows:
Code:
        "totalRounds": 6290357,
        "totalBetsInSatoshis": 438888609837412,
        "totalWinsInSatoshis": 430345541113367,
        "biggestWinInSatoshis": 192000000000

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July 25, 2014, 12:24:42 PM
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July 25, 2014, 03:21:23 PM
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At the time of writing, the stats are as follows:
Code:
        "totalRounds": 6290357,
        "totalBetsInSatoshis": 438888609837412,
        "totalWinsInSatoshis": 430345541113367,
        "biggestWinInSatoshis": 192000000000

So, the house has won over 85000 btc already, am I right?  Shocked

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July 25, 2014, 03:27:10 PM
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At the time of writing, the stats are as follows:
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        "totalRounds": 6290357,
        "totalBetsInSatoshis": 438888609837412,
        "totalWinsInSatoshis": 430345541113367,
        "biggestWinInSatoshis": 192000000000

So, the house has won over 85000 btc already, am I right?  Shocked

wow if you are right

thats so biggg the admin is rich then!


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July 25, 2014, 03:48:43 PM
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Most of that was won a few years ago when they were worth 10-20$. Still an impressive sum though
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July 25, 2014, 05:12:05 PM
 #1806

At the time of writing, the stats are as follows:
Code:
        "totalRounds": 6290357,
        "totalBetsInSatoshis": 438888609837412,
        "totalWinsInSatoshis": 430345541113367,
        "biggestWinInSatoshis": 192000000000

So, the house has won over 85000 btc already, am I right?  Shocked

wow if you are right

thats so biggg the admin is rich then!

The former admin...
Best wishes to the current version of SatoshiDICE. Do you still use the blockchain for every bet?
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July 25, 2014, 05:36:50 PM
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Do you still use the blockchain for every bet?

Yup. They are still taking some more time to relaunch the off-chain SD Tribute. Smiley

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To those who keep inquiring; YES, TRIBUTE will relaunch. No definitive date yet, but it's in the works, and we look forward to sharing the good news. Thank you for asking Smiley

2014 May:
Any news regarding future developments on the site? Like the tribute? I think many of us liked the design and the idea as a whole. Why did you give up Tribute?

We are currently dusting off the legacy site. We will restore it and establish it as a steady milestone in the Bitcoin history. We also plan to make tribute site work again.

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July 25, 2014, 11:21:10 PM
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With the closing of JustDice they could become the industry leader again if they can get tribute to work properly.

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July 26, 2014, 02:20:42 AM
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With the closing of JustDice they could become the industry leader again if they can get tribute to work properly.

Did "tribute" have auto-bet? The automatic betting at Primdice is really fun if you use settings that your bankroll can afford.
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July 26, 2014, 08:04:47 PM
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Most of that was won a few years ago when they were worth 10-20$. Still an impressive sum though

Yes, most of the house win was made back in 2012 when the value of Bitcoin was just a fraction of today's value.

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July 26, 2014, 08:07:13 PM
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With the closing of JustDice they could become the industry leader again if they can get tribute to work properly.

Did "tribute" have auto-bet? The automatic betting at Primdice is really fun if you use settings that your bankroll can afford.

There was a button for betting martingale in the Tribute game. Automatic betting will be available in the new version of the game too.

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July 26, 2014, 08:19:13 PM
 #1812

At the time of writing, the stats are as follows:
Code:
       "totalRounds": 6290357,
        "totalBetsInSatoshis": 438888609837412,
        "totalWinsInSatoshis": 430345541113367,
        "biggestWinInSatoshis": 192000000000

So, the house has won over 85000 btc already, am I right?  Shocked

Minus fees paid to miners:
Code:
"totalFeePaidInSatoshis": 557839727500

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July 27, 2014, 12:47:01 AM
 #1813

do you have stats that show how many total bets and total BTC wagered?


if you do or can tell me the sdtats i can add you to my award winning site


http://cryptobettingindex.com/

Yes! we will make an API for live stats available shortly!

At the time of writing, the stats are as follows:
Code:
        "totalRounds": 6290357,
        "totalBetsInSatoshis": 438888609837412,
        "totalWinsInSatoshis": 430345541113367,
        "biggestWinInSatoshis": 192000000000



thanks, i updated your stats. let me know when API is up. thanks
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July 27, 2014, 08:52:58 AM
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With the closing of JustDice they could become the industry leader again if they can get tribute to work properly.

Did "tribute" have auto-bet? The automatic betting at Primdice is really fun if you use settings that your bankroll can afford.

There was a button for betting martingale in the Tribute game. Automatic betting will be available in the new version of the game too.

Now the big question is when will the new version of Tribute be ready. Cheesy

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July 27, 2014, 09:45:36 AM
 #1815

do you have stats that show how many total bets and total BTC wagered?


if you do or can tell me the sdtats i can add you to my award winning site


http://cryptobettingindex.com/

Yes! we will make an API for live stats available shortly!

At the time of writing, the stats are as follows:
Code:
       "totalRounds": 6290357,
        "totalBetsInSatoshis": 438888609837412,
        "totalWinsInSatoshis": 430345541113367,
        "biggestWinInSatoshis": 192000000000

thanks, i updated your stats. let me know when API is up. thanks

Thanks for including us. Any chance you'll start sorting by biggest total paid out amount instead? Wink

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July 27, 2014, 01:39:09 PM
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do you have stats that show how many total bets and total BTC wagered?


if you do or can tell me the sdtats i can add you to my award winning site


http://cryptobettingindex.com/

Yes! we will make an API for live stats available shortly!

At the time of writing, the stats are as follows:
Code:
       "totalRounds": 6290357,
        "totalBetsInSatoshis": 438888609837412,
        "totalWinsInSatoshis": 430345541113367,
        "biggestWinInSatoshis": 192000000000

thanks, i updated your stats. let me know when API is up. thanks

Thanks for including us. Any chance you'll start sorting by biggest total paid out amount instead? Wink


http://cryptobettingindex.com/top-usd-wagered/


have that chart, link is on top in menu bar. i update once a monce since theres not much change daily.



i do total number of bets because i went with my gut on how to rank and it payed off. I have more sponsors than i can handle(i could always handle a few more)...lol
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July 27, 2014, 08:47:10 PM
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do you have stats that show how many total bets and total BTC wagered?


if you do or can tell me the sdtats i can add you to my award winning site


http://cryptobettingindex.com/

Yes! we will make an API for live stats available shortly!

At the time of writing, the stats are as follows:
Code:
       "totalRounds": 6290357,
        "totalBetsInSatoshis": 438888609837412,
        "totalWinsInSatoshis": 430345541113367,
        "biggestWinInSatoshis": 192000000000

thanks, i updated your stats. let me know when API is up. thanks

Thanks for including us. Any chance you'll start sorting by biggest total paid out amount instead? Wink

The problem then becomes a fiat paid out amount dramatically inflated as the formula is simply btc paid out * current conversion rate if it is applied as omahapoker has currently done so...you likely meant something different however.
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July 28, 2014, 03:52:15 AM
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Thanks for including us. Any chance you'll start sorting by biggest total paid out amount instead? Wink

The problem then becomes a fiat paid out amount dramatically inflated as the formula is simply btc paid out * current conversion rate if it is applied as omahapoker has currently done so...you likely meant something different however.

Even if you sort by amount paid out I still don't think SatoshiDICE would be "The World's Most Popular Bitcoin Game".

The only metric I can think of by which SatoshiDICE is the most popular is in terms of blockchain space used. Smiley

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July 28, 2014, 06:34:17 AM
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Thanks for including us. Any chance you'll start sorting by biggest total paid out amount instead? Wink

The problem then becomes a fiat paid out amount dramatically inflated as the formula is simply btc paid out * current conversion rate if it is applied as omahapoker has currently done so...you likely meant something different however.

Even if you sort by amount paid out I still don't think SatoshiDICE would be "The World's Most Popular Bitcoin Game".

The only metric I can think of by which SatoshiDICE is the most popular is in terms of blockchain space used. Smiley

That record is almost impossible to beat lol, as SD is taking almost every spots in the "most popular bitcoin addresses" (FYR: https://blockchain.info/popular-addresses). Cheesy

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July 28, 2014, 02:29:55 PM
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Thanks for including us. Any chance you'll start sorting by biggest total paid out amount instead? Wink

The problem then becomes a fiat paid out amount dramatically inflated as the formula is simply btc paid out * current conversion rate if it is applied as omahapoker has currently done so...you likely meant something different however.

Even if you sort by amount paid out I still don't think SatoshiDICE would be "The World's Most Popular Bitcoin Game".

The only metric I can think of by which SatoshiDICE is the most popular is in terms of blockchain space used. Smiley

That record is almost impossible to beat lol, as SD is taking almost every spots in the "most popular bitcoin addresses" (FYR: https://blockchain.info/popular-addresses). Cheesy

Yes. This is also the only metric that can't be manipulated without paying miner's fees (or mining your own transactions with substancial hashing power). Popularity could also be measured in how much mining fees people are prepared to pay for playing, and Satoshi Dice paid 5578.39727500 BTC on payouts, plus almost as much has been paid by placing bets. So with a strict definition it is still the most popular Bitcoin game Smiley

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