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Author Topic: SatoshiDICE.com - The World's Most Popular Bitcoin Game  (Read 399339 times)
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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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July 28, 2014, 04:03:49 PM
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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

It seems very unfair to use SatoshiDice's spamming of the blockchain as a measure of popularity.

Other dice sites don't spam the blockchain, preferring to work off-chain and paying for their own hosting rather than distributing the cost to everyone who runs a full Bitcoin node.

That doesn't make them less popular.

JD has had more bets and paid out much than SD, but because it hasn't spammed the blockchain you would claim it is "less popular"? That's pretty twisted logic.

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July 30, 2014, 11:16:20 AM
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Is this thread real? Wow, I can't believe satoshi dice was created in 2012!

The owner must be quite rich Smiley

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

It seems very unfair to use SatoshiDice's spamming of the blockchain as a measure of popularity.

Other dice sites don't spam the blockchain, preferring to work off-chain and paying for their own hosting rather than distributing the cost to everyone who runs a full Bitcoin node.

That doesn't make them less popular.

JD has had more bets and paid out much than SD, but because it hasn't spammed the blockchain you would claim it is "less popular"? That's pretty twisted logic.

Well obviously, JD has a volume of 0 BTC because it is no longer operating. Why are you still attacking competitors, even when you are no longer running just dice?

Stop pissing in other people's threads and just focus on running your own site. If you still ran noe.

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August 04, 2014, 01:08:15 AM
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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

It seems very unfair to use SatoshiDice's spamming of the blockchain as a measure of popularity.

I wouldn't call it spamming because all transactions are standard transactions and bets are user initiated. More importantly, fees are being paid on the transactions. It was nothing more than a stress test of the Bitcoin system at worst. For Bitcoin to survive as a global transaction ledger system it has to be able to handle way more than the few million transaction over a period of 2 years that were from SatoshiDice.

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August 04, 2014, 09:33:49 PM
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And it's down again  Embarrassed just like yesterday. Any idea when it will be processing bets again? Maybe put up a message on the site informing customers about this.

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August 05, 2014, 06:53:37 PM
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And it's down again  Embarrassed just like yesterday. Any idea when it will be processing bets again? Maybe put up a message on the site informing customers about this.

This was just a temporary server glitch that has now been permanently corrected. All bets are now processed. Sorry about the inconvenience.

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August 10, 2014, 05:01:19 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


Not that far away. We might let some people in for some test rolls in a couple of days!

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August 10, 2014, 05:06:08 AM
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Also, please don't forget to make that global stats API available. It's very neat to have for people when writing about the games.

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August 29, 2014, 08:07:08 AM
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Also, please don't forget to make that global stats API available. It's very neat to have for people when writing about the games.

Yes, we already have it ready, just gonna take away the password when we release our next big thing!

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August 29, 2014, 08:33:04 AM
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I would like to become partners with Satoshi Dice, but I can' find where to register an affiliate account to get referral links.

If its possible, please ask your affiliate manager to contact me through skype or email
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August 29, 2014, 09:06:45 AM
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I would like to become partners with Satoshi Dice, but I can' find where to register an affiliate account to get referral links.

If its possible, please ask your affiliate manager to contact me through skype or email

You're not the only one that would like to be an affiliate to this site... but it's impossible for them to know that the player was referred by you.

https://www.satoshidice.com/?a=792712400
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September 03, 2014, 01:00:03 PM
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someone won big today... Shocked

http://i.imgur.com/j13J3Qa.png
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September 03, 2014, 02:13:36 PM
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Not really, someone has been betting big on the 97% so actual winnings are quite low! The 'won today' lists only the payouts but doesn't subtract the bet amounts. Same goes for the leaderboard. In this case someone bets 50 btc on 97% and the won today lists it as 50.2211 when won but actually only 0.2211 was won.

On an unrelated matter: what's up with the low maximum bets? The max you can win at the moment is 0.125 at any given percentage. It used to be much much higher! AS recent as May you could win 65 btc on a single bet. Did the site loose a good part of its bankroll?


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September 03, 2014, 02:55:12 PM
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On an unrelated matter: what's up with the low maximum bets? The max you can win at the moment is 0.125 at any given percentage. It used to be much much higher! AS recent as May you could win 65 btc on a single bet. Did the site loose a good part of its bankroll?


IF 0.125 is max then not interested in. When I used to play back to Jan it was possible to win quite huge amounts. Don't remember exactly, but placed many times 2 - 10 btc bets if I remember correctly. Change for big win gave some excitement which now gone if its not anymore possible ?!

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September 03, 2014, 05:08:26 PM
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have the exact same feeling; was very fond of betting 0.1 at the 1.5% to win 6.4 but at the moment the lowest odd you can bet is 9% with a max bet of 0.013.....

imho they are running it into the ground with the lower max bets and the inablity to launch the new site. Really liked betting here but moved my business to dicebitco.in

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September 04, 2014, 04:53:53 PM
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I keep sending bets and the wining bets dont get multiplied . look https://blockchain.info/address/1M8sgQokVvshrGcqJFNDnXhsMvG9KvECQ5
I lost money on this.
https://blockchain.info/address/18eE8SQz24cDGS9DEJWE3BPKjH68kr5Vwg second address .
Please fix it and give me my winnings so I can continue playing.
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September 04, 2014, 05:53:57 PM
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I keep sending bets and the wining bets dont get multiplied . look https://blockchain.info/address/1M8sgQokVvshrGcqJFNDnXhsMvG9KvECQ5
I lost money on this.
https://blockchain.info/address/18eE8SQz24cDGS9DEJWE3BPKjH68kr5Vwg second address .
Please fix it and give me my winnings so I can continue playing.


In your later transactions (see link example), it looks like your bet was returned to you (minus the 0.0001 BTC TX fee).
https://blockchain.info/tx/f61f8265dc1202efa95a0f6f071ba1e7a144976004be41d2d97d39ca1ad81a0f


The only time I have see bets returned like this is when you bet over the limit.  I don't know what is going on.  I would hold off on all bets until SatoshiDICE has a statement.
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September 04, 2014, 07:26:24 PM
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The only time I have see bets returned like this is when you bet over the limit.  I don't know what is going on.  I would hold off on all bets until SatoshiDICE has a statement.

Its happened more and more the last few months; seems like they have some dynamic adjustment of the max bet going on. Somebody wins and the max bet immediately goed down so your bet that was within the limits suddenly isn't anymore. That being said, if even bets of 0.015 on the 50% aren't processed anymore........


and lol at maximum bets and odds:


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September 11, 2014, 08:55:50 PM
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seems like they have some dynamic adjustment of the max bet going on.
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Because there is only a limited pool of funds to back bets, there is a max bet for each bet option. The max changes periodically also as bets are processed making what was previously a valid bet invalid as other bets are processed and paid. In this case, the bet will be returned before evaluating for win or loss. SatoshiDice is the best Bitcoin game in existence. The Intelligence is sure you will agree.
Anyway, who is still playing it, now that you can't verify the outcome? Shocked
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