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November 08, 2015, 01:44:13 AM
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Feature request / very minor bug:

There seems to be code in place on SatoshiDice that only allows withdrawals to Bitcoin addresses that start with 1.
Addresses that start with 3 however are just as valid.

https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/List_of_address_prefixes
https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Pay_to_script_hash

Bitstamp uses the 3 prefix, for example.

Yea maybe with some trimming, if somebody accidentally copies space next to the bitcoin address, the space should be deleted or it should give a popup that the address has space next to it.

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November 09, 2015, 03:48:17 PM
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I like how satoshidice PR team is more active on this forum.

Good job, keep up the good work, this is still the nr. 1 casino in my opinion Cheesy

Yes, at least once a week they should be answer questions.
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November 10, 2015, 02:17:02 AM
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Hello, my adress deposit was 18BFDi75TXXAcpPULePdS16MTxqbEbQeBy

There was a bug server and reloaded browser

Now my adress deposit is 134NzAP1WQb5AbUoJqxWymcHvX7tWhtayP and i lost the money i got

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November 10, 2015, 04:39:03 AM
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Hello, my adress deposit was 18BFDi75TXXAcpPULePdS16MTxqbEbQeBy

There was a bug server and reloaded browser

Now my adress deposit is 134NzAP1WQb5AbUoJqxWymcHvX7tWhtayP and i lost the money i got

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You lost your secret url? i think if you can get your btc back if you can sign a message from your sending address, send email/PM to SatoshiDICE_PR.

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November 10, 2015, 09:04:57 AM
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I am interested in investing. Your explanation about the investment return is little unclear to me, especially part given below.


"... The original investor's 15 coins now make up 75% and the new investor's 5 coins make up 25% of the total bankroll. If now another 10 coins are lost by players, the first investor gets 7.5 coins and the second investor gets 22.5 coins, bringing their investments up to 22.5 and 7.7 coins respectively...."

In the above scenario given in your website, the second investor should earn 2.5 coins (not 22.5 coins, because 25% of 10 coins is 2.5 coins) and bring the investment of the second investor to 7.5 coins. Please let me know, if I misunderstand your description.

My second question is: the current total house profit is about 1720 BTC. Does it mean that 1720 BTC is your 1.9% house edge plus the lost of game players and you reward a half of 1720 BTC to the investors proportionally based on their stake in the current bankroll? OR the investors are rewarded by 0.95% of 1720 BTC?
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November 10, 2015, 10:38:13 AM
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I am interested in investing. Your explanation about the investment return is little unclear to me, especially part given below.


"... The original investor's 15 coins now make up 75% and the new investor's 5 coins make up 25% of the total bankroll. If now another 10 coins are lost by players, the first investor gets 7.5 coins and the second investor gets 22.5 coins, bringing their investments up to 22.5 and 7.7 coins respectively...."

In the above scenario given in your website, the second investor should earn 2.5 coins (not 22.5 coins, because 25% of 10 coins is 2.5 coins) and bring the investment of the second investor to 7.5 coins. Please let me know, if I misunderstand your description.

I believe the writer of that paragraph forgets about the 50% commission here, though he had that in mind when he was writing the earlier section and was talking about the situation with just one investor.

If some players have lost 10 bitcoin, the investors will only be able to share 50% of the profit, ie. 5 bitcoin only. The investor with 75% stake should get 3.75 btc while the second investor with 25% stake should get 1.25 btc.

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November 10, 2015, 02:27:36 PM
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I am interested in investing. Your explanation about the investment return is little unclear to me, especially part given below.


"... The original investor's 15 coins now make up 75% and the new investor's 5 coins make up 25% of the total bankroll. If now another 10 coins are lost by players, the first investor gets 7.5 coins and the second investor gets 22.5 coins, bringing their investments up to 22.5 and 7.7 coins respectively...."

In the above scenario given in your website, the second investor should earn 2.5 coins (not 22.5 coins, because 25% of 10 coins is 2.5 coins) and bring the investment of the second investor to 7.5 coins. Please let me know, if I misunderstand your description.

I believe the writer of that paragraph forgets about the 50% commission here, though he had that in mind when he was writing the earlier section and was talking about the situation with just one investor.

If some players have lost 10 bitcoin, the investors will only be able to share 50% of the profit, ie. 5 bitcoin only. The investor with 75% stake should get 3.75 btc while the second investor with 25% stake should get 1.25 btc.

Yes, but commission is paid when divesting or at the end of each week. So investor balance will be according to the original calculation above, only that 50% commission is paid on profits eventually.

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November 10, 2015, 02:28:49 PM
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We had to urgently take the site down in order to clear up some space for the database. It will be back within an hour.

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November 10, 2015, 03:44:33 PM
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The site is back up now.

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November 10, 2015, 03:46:55 PM
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The site is back up now.

you cant be serious!!

im still missing 18.5 BTC!!! I will either spam the fucking net about your scam or you look actually into my issue!

If i withdrew the money, why do I have balance in my account?Huh

nothing make sense. my coins is transferred internally in your wallet!!!!!!!!!!!


LOOK INTO MY CASE PLEASE!!!!

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November 10, 2015, 05:47:08 PM
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The site is back up now.

you cant be serious!!

im still missing 18.5 BTC!!! I will either spam the fucking net about your scam or you look actually into my issue!

If i withdrew the money, why do I have balance in my account?Huh

nothing make sense. my coins is transferred internally in your wallet!!!!!!!!!!!


LOOK INTO MY CASE PLEASE!!!!

We only found accounts with funds withdrawn and the 18 BTC account had already withdrawn its balance. Can you please give us your user hash (not the secret) and I will check again.

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November 10, 2015, 06:24:37 PM
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The site is back up now.

you cant be serious!!

im still missing 18.5 BTC!!! I will either spam the fucking net about your scam or you look actually into my issue!

If i withdrew the money, why do I have balance in my account?Huh

nothing make sense. my coins is transferred internally in your wallet!!!!!!!!!!!


LOOK INTO MY CASE PLEASE!!!!

We only found accounts with funds withdrawn and the 18 BTC account had already withdrawn its balance. Can you please give us your user hash (not the secret) and I will check again.

how can i find my user hash?

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November 10, 2015, 06:38:23 PM
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One of my bets (blockchain) is stuck since a whole month.
I wrote three mails to support (Sep 29th, Oct 4th and Oct 12th) but never got an answer.
The coins are unspent so it might be a technical problem. But support is very bad.
txid: 3d8a8622915d48f4a1c3601904cb8cca877020dcf25b72c061a77f34af9ef6c6
https://blockchain.info/en/tx/3d8a8622915d48f4a1c3601904cb8cca877020dcf25b72c061a77f34af9ef6c6?show_adv=true



@SatoshieDICE_PR: This is still an issue. Would you please take a look at my problem?
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November 11, 2015, 04:51:44 AM
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how can i find my user hash?

@SamedamnBTC:
It seems you can get it by using the following API call: https://session.satoshidice.com/userapi/userbalance/?secret=

And adding your secret at the end. You can check more details about the API at https://satoshidice.com/api/#retreive-your-balance


@SatoshiDICE_PR:
I'm also interested in you double checking for me; is it safe to share my user hash publicly here? Or should it be kept secret?
My doubt is that the last deposit I made, you said it was confirmed on satoshidice (it WAS confirmed in the blockchain), but I never saw it credited on satoshidice nor could withdraw it either. I think my problem is related to the one of user SamedamnBTC. That is, that from your point of view somehow it seems like I withdrew something, which I actually could never access.
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November 12, 2015, 02:24:46 PM
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The site is back up now.

you cant be serious!!

im still missing 18.5 BTC!!! I will either spam the fucking net about your scam or you look actually into my issue!

If i withdrew the money, why do I have balance in my account?Huh

nothing make sense. my coins is transferred internally in your wallet!!!!!!!!!!!


LOOK INTO MY CASE PLEASE!!!!

We only found accounts with funds withdrawn and the 18 BTC account had already withdrawn its balance. Can you please give us your user hash (not the secret) and I will check again.

how can i find my user hash?

If you click your user name, you're taken to your profile page that has the user hash in the left bottom.

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November 12, 2015, 02:26:46 PM
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how can i find my user hash?

@SamedamnBTC:
It seems you can get it by using the following API call: https://session.satoshidice.com/userapi/userbalance/?secret=

And adding your secret at the end. You can check more details about the API at https://satoshidice.com/api/#retreive-your-balance


@SatoshiDICE_PR:
I'm also interested in you double checking for me; is it safe to share my user hash publicly here? Or should it be kept secret?
My doubt is that the last deposit I made, you said it was confirmed on satoshidice (it WAS confirmed in the blockchain), but I never saw it credited on satoshidice nor could withdraw it either. I think my problem is related to the one of user SamedamnBTC. That is, that from your point of view somehow it seems like I withdrew something, which I actually could never access.

Yes, the user hash is safe to post, it's used for that purpose.

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November 12, 2015, 02:30:35 PM
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One of my bets (blockchain) is stuck since a whole month.
I wrote three mails to support (Sep 29th, Oct 4th and Oct 12th) but never got an answer.
The coins are unspent so it might be a technical problem. But support is very bad.
txid: 3d8a8622915d48f4a1c3601904cb8cca877020dcf25b72c061a77f34af9ef6c6
https://blockchain.info/en/tx/3d8a8622915d48f4a1c3601904cb8cca877020dcf25b72c061a77f34af9ef6c6?show_adv=true



@SatoshieDICE_PR: This is still an issue. Would you please take a look at my problem?

Yes, looking at it now. We processed some block chain bets but the process didn't complete for some reason. The block chain betting is currently "depreciated" and we no longer list the block chain betting addresses on the site. We will still process the bets and make it work again but eventually it will be taken down and the code rewritten.

Update: from what I can see, we didn't receive a broadcast of this transaction, but only received it in a block. We're checking if this is what has made it not process.

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November 12, 2015, 03:01:33 PM
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The daily statistics was not updating for the slot game rounds so the total site profit number we listed didn't take slot rounds into account. We have corrected this now. This was for stats numbers only and did not affect investor balances or the bankroll in any way.

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November 12, 2015, 03:55:18 PM
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The site is back up now.

you cant be serious!!

im still missing 18.5 BTC!!! I will either spam the fucking net about your scam or you look actually into my issue!

If i withdrew the money, why do I have balance in my account?Huh

nothing make sense. my coins is transferred internally in your wallet!!!!!!!!!!!


LOOK INTO MY CASE PLEASE!!!!

We only found accounts with funds withdrawn and the 18 BTC account had already withdrawn its balance. Can you please give us your user hash (not the secret) and I will check again.

how can i find my user hash?

If you click your user name, you're taken to your profile page that has the user hash in the left bottom.


user hash: bf59655914a36be27dff469c9f8c35de

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November 12, 2015, 09:23:48 PM
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fc48b6f5675d51ba23c50e92303dc842 is my hash.

the 0.0185442 BTC deposit is what I claim I could never access. It showed unconfirmed in satoshidice then disappeared two weeks later without ever showing as confirmed on your site (but it is on the blockchain to be seen, so the transaction happened)

So, like user SamedamnBTC, I also think that the coins were actually moved by your system somewhere. Of course I could be wrong, but at least I know *I* never had access to them.

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