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November 17, 2015, 06:41:19 PM
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I gotta admit the slotmachine is well done. I dont usually play slot machines but the one on Satoshidice is irresistable.

Good job! Smiley

Thanks, it was quite a bit of work to make it. Can we quote you? Wink

What do you mean by quoting? Like testimonial?

Yes, to put it among the text on our front page in a little section for testimonials.

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November 17, 2015, 07:06:55 PM
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I gotta admit the slotmachine is well done. I dont usually play slot machines but the one on Satoshidice is irresistable.

Good job! Smiley

Thanks, it was quite a bit of work to make it. Can we quote you? Wink

What do you mean by quoting? Like testimonial?

Yes, to put it among the text on our front page in a little section for testimonials.

Sure you can do that no problem, I really like succesful businesses that help Bitcoin Smiley

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November 17, 2015, 08:39:07 PM
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OP must introduce automatic betting for dice game so that we can effortlessly roll and carry out longer term strategies without the tediousness of having to continuously clicking "roll dice". Also it would be awesome to introduce chat so that too much playing doesn't become boring in the end.

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November 17, 2015, 08:47:41 PM
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OP must introduce automatic betting for dice game so that we can effortlessly roll and carry out longer term strategies without the tediousness of having to continuously clicking "roll dice". Also it would be awesome to introduce chat so that too much playing doesn't become boring in the end.

Yes, this and many more features are under development!

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November 18, 2015, 03:15:40 PM
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still missing 18.5 BTC.


i want to solve this matter, help me please.

Its either a bug that are hiding my coins or something corrupt happening, because they never got credited, so a withdrawel could never have been possible, thats what dont make any sense.






We see that your account first accessed the site with an anonymous proxy. There were then withdraw attempts from several IP numbers, including the ISP that appears to be your regular connection that withdraw the 2.39 amount successfully.

I'm just speculating here, but it's possible that the secret was stolen by a proxy operator if your personal URL was put in a bad web based proxy, or if you were using a proxy and accessing your account without putting https in front of your URL.

It's possible to password protect an account and this would block withdrawals even if the personal secret URL is compromised.

your first paragraph is correct.

however, if I never had access to the coins, how could anyone steal them? thats what baffles me. something I never had, cant be stolen from me..

You can follow the time line from Blockchain and follow my posting history, when I first posted here, the coins was intact in my account without being moved, after not getting a response i decided to transfer(2.39xx) hoping to push the first transaction through.

you can still see by the time line, that both transaction was in the Satoshi wallet provieded, together at the same time. why wouldnt the thief steal the coins?

Believe me, I checked a lot of time and refreshed the page, the coins never got updated/credited. Once I transfered 2.39xx BTC, those got credited normally, same with the withdraw.


Like I have mentioned, my first deposit (18.5btc) came from many outputs, due to Electrum wallet, im 100% sure the issue is in that regard and that my coins is not stolen but in your system somewhere.


even if the coins was stolen, I never had access to them, blaming me for stolen coins I never had access to is not something I consider professional.

I know this is a big amount for both parties, however, I have done nothing but send the coins to the correct address and them not being credited.

and btw: all my connection is through https, the link is just copied, which comes automatic with https in the beginning.

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November 18, 2015, 10:32:00 PM
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still missing 18.5 BTC.


i want to solve this matter, help me please.

Its either a bug that are hiding my coins or something corrupt happening, because they never got credited, so a withdrawel could never have been possible, thats what dont make any sense.






We see that your account first accessed the site with an anonymous proxy. There were then withdraw attempts from several IP numbers, including the ISP that appears to be your regular connection that withdraw the 2.39 amount successfully.

I'm just speculating here, but it's possible that the secret was stolen by a proxy operator if your personal URL was put in a bad web based proxy, or if you were using a proxy and accessing your account without putting https in front of your URL.

It's possible to password protect an account and this would block withdrawals even if the personal secret URL is compromised.

your first paragraph is correct.

however, if I never had access to the coins, how could anyone steal them? thats what baffles me. something I never had, cant be stolen from me..

You can follow the time line from Blockchain and follow my posting history, when I first posted here, the coins was intact in my account without being moved, after not getting a response i decided to transfer(2.39xx) hoping to push the first transaction through.

you can still see by the time line, that both transaction was in the Satoshi wallet provieded, together at the same time. why wouldnt the thief steal the coins?

Believe me, I checked a lot of time and refreshed the page, the coins never got updated/credited. Once I transfered 2.39xx BTC, those got credited normally, same with the withdraw.


Like I have mentioned, my first deposit (18.5btc) came from many outputs, due to Electrum wallet, im 100% sure the issue is in that regard and that my coins is not stolen but in your system somewhere.


even if the coins was stolen, I never had access to them, blaming me for stolen coins I never had access to is not something I consider professional.

I know this is a big amount for both parties, however, I have done nothing but send the coins to the correct address and them not being credited.

and btw: all my connection is through https, the link is just copied, which comes automatic with https in the beginning.

Something fishy is going on here, but I don't think SD is really part of it. If your account was used from several IPs, I say it could (not likely, though) be someone that happens to have the key from the SSL that SD is running (someone working at the company that provide their SSL) that also happens to run a honeypot proxy/tor node that you happened to connect to. Wait I forgot my tinfoil hat, brb.
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November 19, 2015, 06:44:59 PM
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I lost 2.702 bit coins to satoshi coin, first I had deposited .02 into the account and the server then had a problem loading when it loaded back my account was gone and btc were gone as well.. I emailed satoshi support several times and have not heard back. I was stupid enough to gamble some more and upon winning 2.7 btc I tried to cash out and I was never credited anything! What a scam. I was paid out 1btc one time but now I lost the rest...
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November 19, 2015, 08:33:38 PM
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I lost 2.702 bit coins to satoshi coin, first I had deposited .02 into the account and the server then had a problem loading when it loaded back my account was gone and btc were gone as well.. I emailed satoshi support several times and have not heard back. I was stupid enough to gamble some more and upon winning 2.7 btc I tried to cash out and I was never credited anything! What a scam. I was paid out 1btc one time but now I lost the rest...

Sorry for the slow response, we are changing email server. Can you PM me your user hash and any deposit addresses or transaction IDs and I will help you to get your funds back.

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November 19, 2015, 08:37:29 PM
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I lost 2.702 bit coins to satoshi coin, first I had deposited .02 into the account and the server then had a problem loading when it loaded back my account was gone and btc were gone as well.. I emailed satoshi support several times and have not heard back. I was stupid enough to gamble some more and upon winning 2.7 btc I tried to cash out and I was never credited anything! What a scam. I was paid out 1btc one time but now I lost the rest...

Sorry for the slow response, we are changing email server. Can you PM me your user hash and any deposit addresses or transaction IDs and I will help you to get your funds back.

I'm confirming that the SDice_CTO Bitcointalk account is us.

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November 19, 2015, 11:43:31 PM
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Status: 7 confirmations, broadcast through 6 nodes
Date: 11/19/2015 17:14
To: 17AUB2dHwFaNLv2L22w8B7iReDHz7P9Acq
Debit: -0.00500000 BTC
Transaction fee: -0.00001810 BTC
Net amount: -0.00501810 BTC
Transaction ID: 29d1c46609f6c423b2dee5ac8480ff31238483e72fb332795653b59f82668b69-000

Missing more btc to your other site satoshicircle.com I made a deposit and it did not show up in the balance. So now I'm out more money with no answers. USERS BEWARE
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November 21, 2015, 06:40:05 AM
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Status: 7 confirmations, broadcast through 6 nodes
Date: 11/19/2015 17:14
To: 17AUB2dHwFaNLv2L22w8B7iReDHz7P9Acq
Debit: -0.00500000 BTC
Transaction fee: -0.00001810 BTC
Net amount: -0.00501810 BTC
Transaction ID: 29d1c46609f6c423b2dee5ac8480ff31238483e72fb332795653b59f82668b69-000

Missing more btc to your other site satoshicircle.com I made a deposit and it did not show up in the balance. So now I'm out more money with no answers. USERS BEWARE

This appears to be an issue of you being assigned new secrets, (effectively new accounts with zero balance). I'm responding to PM.

We're soon releasing an account system with password and password recovery over email in order to avoid this happening in the future.

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November 21, 2015, 08:36:00 PM
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Status: 7 confirmations, broadcast through 6 nodes
Date: 11/19/2015 17:14
To: 17AUB2dHwFaNLv2L22w8B7iReDHz7P9Acq
Debit: -0.00500000 BTC
Transaction fee: -0.00001810 BTC
Net amount: -0.00501810 BTC
Transaction ID: 29d1c46609f6c423b2dee5ac8480ff31238483e72fb332795653b59f82668b69-000

Missing more btc to your other site satoshicircle.com I made a deposit and it did not show up in the balance. So now I'm out more money with no answers. USERS BEWARE

This appears to be an issue of you being assigned new secrets, (effectively new accounts with zero balance). I'm responding to PM.

We're soon releasing an account system with password and password recovery over email in order to avoid this happening in the future.

my issue is still unresolved....

Yes I can confirm that deposits on Satoshi Circle appear not to get credited. Unfortunately I don't have access to that server (I only worked on the Dice site), but I have informed the person that is.

Edit: This probably only means that the Bitcoin software needs to rescan. I have deposited another 0.005 to your account that you will receive when we get it to work.

Edit 2: The issue is now resolved and the balance reflects in your account.

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November 22, 2015, 01:20:35 PM
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still missing 18.5 BTC.


i want to solve this matter, help me please.

Its either a bug that are hiding my coins or something corrupt happening, because they never got credited, so a withdrawel could never have been possible, thats what dont make any sense.






We see that your account first accessed the site with an anonymous proxy. There were then withdraw attempts from several IP numbers, including the ISP that appears to be your regular connection that withdraw the 2.39 amount successfully.

I'm just speculating here, but it's possible that the secret was stolen by a proxy operator if your personal URL was put in a bad web based proxy, or if you were using a proxy and accessing your account without putting https in front of your URL.

It's possible to password protect an account and this would block withdrawals even if the personal secret URL is compromised.

your first paragraph is correct.

however, if I never had access to the coins, how could anyone steal them? thats what baffles me. something I never had, cant be stolen from me..

You can follow the time line from Blockchain and follow my posting history, when I first posted here, the coins was intact in my account without being moved, after not getting a response i decided to transfer(2.39xx) hoping to push the first transaction through.

you can still see by the time line, that both transaction was in the Satoshi wallet provieded, together at the same time. why wouldnt the thief steal the coins?

Believe me, I checked a lot of time and refreshed the page, the coins never got updated/credited. Once I transfered 2.39xx BTC, those got credited normally, same with the withdraw.


Like I have mentioned, my first deposit (18.5btc) came from many outputs, due to Electrum wallet, im 100% sure the issue is in that regard and that my coins is not stolen but in your system somewhere.


even if the coins was stolen, I never had access to them, blaming me for stolen coins I never had access to is not something I consider professional.

I know this is a big amount for both parties, however, I have done nothing but send the coins to the correct address and them not being credited.

and btw: all my connection is through https, the link is just copied, which comes automatic with https in the beginning.

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November 22, 2015, 01:22:30 PM
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still same issue! still no answer! still missing 18.5BTC!!


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November 23, 2015, 12:26:21 PM
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still same issue! still no answer! still missing 18.5BTC!!



There was a 18.5 withdrawal made from your account and it's confirmed on the block chain as shown in earlier answers.

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November 23, 2015, 01:58:16 PM
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so you guys didn't pm me as promised... you'll admit im missing money but wont do anything about it.
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November 23, 2015, 09:14:09 PM
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I have a question about Satoshidice's promotion.

There is 1800 BTC house profit for Satoshidice, so does Satoshidice spend money on advertising and marketing, does it allocate some of it's profits in a marketing fund for promotion?

It seems to me that every site I went to, I have seen many ads about casinos. I`ve seen almost all major bitcoin casinos advertised, but I haven't seen so far a single Satoshidice ad.

Satoshidice doesnt even have a signature campaign.



It's really a pity because other casinos will take over in terms of both volume and nr. or users. It would be nice to see if Satoshidice would promote itself, since there are many advertising options available for bitcoin.


I don't think new bitcoin users (from 2014 to today) know about Satoshidice, because the other casinos just way overpromote themselves.



I think it would be nice to see Satoshidice have more promotions and marketing, it needs more gamblers because sometimes it feels lonely to gamble there as rarely more than 3 people gamble there at once.


Perhaps some sort of integrated chatbox would be a good idea to to make the site more social Smiley

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November 23, 2015, 10:06:43 PM
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I have a question about Satoshidice's promotion.

There is 1800 BTC house profit for Satoshidice, so does Satoshidice spend money on advertising and marketing, does it allocate some of it's profits in a marketing fund for promotion?

Depends on what do you mean by promotions as well. Just because you never see their banner doesnt mean that they dont actually have banner any where else. In fact they do have promotions of 0.4 / day divided for each of 4 their leaderboard of the day if you check closely

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November 23, 2015, 10:19:57 PM
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I have a question about Satoshidice's promotion.

There is 1800 BTC house profit for Satoshidice, so does Satoshidice spend money on advertising and marketing, does it allocate some of it's profits in a marketing fund for promotion?

Depends on what do you mean by promotions as well. Just because you never see their banner doesnt mean that they dont actually have banner any where else. In fact they do have promotions of 0.4 / day divided for each of 4 their leaderboard of the day if you check closely

I`m not saying they dont have any marketing at all, I`m saying their marketing is very low profile, and other casinos far outmarket them.

The leaderboard prize is more like a prize not a promotion tool. Buying ads and advertising Sdice on faucet pages is more to what I refer to as promotion.I`m sure there are many gamblers that await to play here but they dont know about Sdice yet.

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November 23, 2015, 10:44:58 PM
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I have a question about Satoshidice's promotion.

There is 1800 BTC house profit for Satoshidice, so does Satoshidice spend money on advertising and marketing, does it allocate some of it's profits in a marketing fund for promotion?

Depends on what do you mean by promotions as well. Just because you never see their banner doesnt mean that they dont actually have banner any where else. In fact they do have promotions of 0.4 / day divided for each of 4 their leaderboard of the day if you check closely

I`m not saying they dont have any marketing at all, I`m saying their marketing is very low profile, and other casinos far outmarket them.

The leaderboard prize is more like a prize not a promotion tool. Buying ads and advertising Sdice on faucet pages is more to what I refer to as promotion.I`m sure there are many gamblers that await to play here but they dont know about Sdice yet.
The leaderboard prize is an incentive to play on SatoshiDice, but its house edge is pretty high compared to other dice sites. It's good for investors, but not for players.

They also don't really NEED advertising as they're one of the oldest gambling sites established for Bitcoin. (Though, it's also good to have some marketing)

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