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Author Topic: SatoshiDICE.com - The World's Most Popular Bitcoin Game  (Read 413746 times)
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December 07, 2015, 12:21:12 PM
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Their bitcoind is down..

https://session.satoshidice.com/userapi/useraddress/?secret=XXX

Could not establish Bitcoind connection. Failed to getaccountaddress

We're bringing it back up now. It may be up to an hour.

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December 07, 2015, 12:43:48 PM
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Their bitcoind is down..

https://session.satoshidice.com/userapi/useraddress/?secret=XXX

Could not establish Bitcoind connection. Failed to getaccountaddress

We're bringing it back up now. It may be up to an hour.

Is that going to help resolve the issue I am facing???

https://gyazo.com/4758f11513676d9f109e7969446d055e
https://gyazo.com/bec25e401c833259b6b2f71010915ad2

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December 07, 2015, 12:47:30 PM
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Doesn't seem like the site is available for me in my country.

I was willing to try it out as well despite reading some negative feedback.

Will it ever be available worldwide?
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December 07, 2015, 01:49:33 PM
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The site is back up!

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December 07, 2015, 02:02:35 PM
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The site is back up!

Yes it is. But when I withdrew the coins, it just disappeared. It's been 5 minutes and I can't see the money in my Blockchain account. Angry
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December 08, 2015, 01:01:17 PM
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I have lost my capital with1.2 bitcoin and My earned 0.8 bitcoin also disappear. Those happened for no reason. My gamer is 09986. My ID is 140967.
So, can official employees give me some explanations?  Thanks a lot!
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December 08, 2015, 01:16:43 PM
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lost total 2 bitcoins for no reason in this website! What happen!
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December 09, 2015, 12:56:55 AM
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I have about 0.2 BTC trapped in there (I do not know if when I typed my password I had my hands in the wrong position, I was pretty sure about what it was it but the site says it is wrong). I contacted customer support 3 days ago and I am still waiting, let's see how much time does it take to get help (or at least a reply). You should implement a password recovery system! (either using e-mail, mobile phone, whatever).

Call me an idiot if you want, though... I think my mind is a bit out of me this days (I also forgot the password of the computer I use in my office and since I had my home encrypted, lost all the work I had not uploaded to github).

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December 09, 2015, 01:43:59 AM
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Guys what the fuck is happening here, bunch of newbies start saying in this thread that they lost money.

It seems more to me like a slander than actualy technical problem, how can you guys be so dumb to lose your passwords?

Satoshidice has one of the easiest user-interface. You got a secret login and 1 password, anybody with IQ over 50 should be able to use it, unless...

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December 09, 2015, 02:40:38 AM
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Guys what the fuck is happening here, bunch of newbies start saying in this thread that they lost money.

It seems more to me like a slander than actualy technical problem, how can you guys be so dumb to lose your passwords?

Satoshidice has one of the easiest user-interface. You got a secret login and 1 password, anybody with IQ over 50 should be able to use it, unless...

If people never forgot their passwords, there would not be password recovery options in any site. And, unless you have never used any of such options, you have no authority to say anything (and, of course that would only had merit if you used a different password for each site and no "remember" password features/programs). For the record, I forgot as well my clixsense password, and they reseted it in no time (it took me more to write the message than receiving a reply).

I would rather say that you are licking their asses just because you think you will get something out of this.

Secret login? (I do have mine, and of course I would not share it), do you call that "secure"?, what time do you think is this, year 2000?

Goddamn, you post 24/7, do not you have a life outside this forum?

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December 09, 2015, 03:00:40 AM
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If people never forgot their passwords, there would not be password recovery options in any site. And, unless you have never used any of such options, you have no authority to say anything (and, of course that would only had merit if you used a different password for each site and no "remember" password features/programs). For the record, I forgot as well my clixsense password, and they reseted it in no time (it took me more to write the message than receiving a reply).

I didnt meant about that, what I meant was that too many coincidences happen lately.

In the past months nobody had any problems, and now suddenly in the past 3 weeks  atleast 20 people lost their bitcoins somehow on the site.

Either the most unlucky or clumsy people started gambing there, or this is an organized slander attempt at satoshidice with sockpuppet accounts.

I wonder which one is more likely.... Huh



I would rather say that you are licking their asses just because you think you will get something out of this.

Well i`ve been gambling there for a while, and I like to defend quality stuff.

Secret login? (I do have mine, and of course I would not share it), do you call that "secure"?, what time do you think is this, year 2000?

If you use HTTPS and dont reveal it to anyone then its secret.


Goddamn, you post 24/7, do not you have a life outside this forum?

Hahaha I`m addicted to the forum , I bring my laptop to work and I post from there too Cheesy

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December 09, 2015, 03:30:24 PM
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I hope to get some satoshidice official support,My situation is this,I went to satoshidice to play 1.2btc yesterday.I played six times, winning 0.8btc, each bet 0.02btc,At that time show1.9btc。I had to stop the,About 1 minute,I found the numbers on the screen,balance 0.8btc,
This kind of thing has never happened before,Then balance 0.025btc,I don't know what happened,Hackers can attack https?or other?
My mailbox bwbtc@hotmail.com,I hope satoshidice to contact,I provide information

satoshidice receiving address.   1HKt6vrVQhWLnqtim6i3R9cEz2gu62am4H
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December 09, 2015, 05:55:22 PM
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Hello,

today I played a little satoshidice. I put 5000000 b and then 15000000 b from different wallets on the given adressfrom the satoshidice-Adress. So after some time it showed 0.20334539 Bitcoins.
I played from 18:02 to 18.06. Then suddenly almost all of my coins were gone. I just had around 20.000b left. I didn`t see this before the website told me that I wouldn`t have enough cash left.  It seemed as if the Website just swalloed almost 190 000 00 b. I made pictures of the site on 18.02 and 18.06 so everybody can see what I invested. If you know the game then you made the experience that rolling the dieces takes some time. I never would have had a loss of that much in that short amount of time of 4 minutes with a bet amount of 20 000 . Tha would have meant 950 dices * 20.000b going wrong without any win. I have never played more around 80 dices without a win.

I want my deposit back! I will put this in any forum that I know of.

Another bad experience I made was with satoshiscircle. I send them 5000000 b but never got a confirmation
about the send amount. And I used the same Iphone wallet that never had any problems with satoshidice.
I tried to contact them but the given E-Mail-Adress didn`t work.

It there is someone from satoshidice who feels that he might give me an explanation, I would like to hear from him (or her).

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December 09, 2015, 06:33:31 PM
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If people never forgot their passwords, there would not be password recovery options in any site. And, unless you have never used any of such options, you have no authority to say anything (and, of course that would only had merit if you used a different password for each site and no "remember" password features/programs). For the record, I forgot as well my clixsense password, and they reseted it in no time (it took me more to write the message than receiving a reply).

I didnt meant about that, what I meant was that too many coincidences happen lately.

In the past months nobody had any problems, and now suddenly in the past 3 weeks  atleast 20 people lost their bitcoins somehow on the site.

Either the most unlucky or clumsy people started gambing there, or this is an organized slander attempt at satoshidice with sockpuppet accounts.

I wonder which one is more likely.... Huh

I do not know, I am in no way related to the other accounts (so, if those are sockpuppets, I am not their master, you can tell from the way every one of us writes). Anyways, that those accounts are newbies means nothing, considering they take a lot of time to reply to e-mails people may get desperate and register here to contact them (at first I was going to PM them, but I noticed that their official account has not been online for at least 1 month).

Also, I did not say that I lost Bitcoin, if they never reply to my message (and either help me resetting my password or refunding my BTC), then yes, I will say that. Recently I lost 0.1 BTC playing blackjack on Directbet Casino and I did not complain... (and I still speak well about them, because besides the site been great, their customer support is amazingly efficient).

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December 09, 2015, 09:07:38 PM
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Hi

I have sent 3 BTC to this address:
13JYLtx8mpHCLJXTWs3fcCgYE2ConHUBQ5

Although it has got 5 confirmations, it has not arrived to my account yet. The screenshots are attached and the necessary information is as below. Please provide me a feedback about it.

TX Hash : https://blockchain.info/tr/address/19417c9c6264c9aba8c92fe1f3cce43de8c50e7b

Thank you.

http://i.hizliresim.com/q8Q6BB.png

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December 09, 2015, 09:29:34 PM
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Having the same problem of deposit not showing up.

Details have been explained in Email, if I do not see the deposit showing up in 24hr then I consider this service a scam...

First it shows as unconfirmed and then it disappears right when the first confirmation came through, started today with a new account so no chance of account compromise...
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December 10, 2015, 12:19:25 AM
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Guys what the fuck is happening here, bunch of newbies start saying in this thread that they lost money.

I think many of us had no intention of ever coming here, but we tried emailing support at satoshidice, with no answer for a long time (in my case more than a month). Then we tried contacting by private message and no answer either. Finally no chance but to come here on the thread.

If support answered quickly and privately, nobody would have to come to this thread to complain.

note: I already decided to leave it be for my small losses, as I don't think there's intentional wrongdoing by SD. But for people concerned about real losses of a larger quantity of BTC, they have a right to come.
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December 10, 2015, 02:37:03 AM
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Hi

I have sent 3 BTC to this address:
13JYLtx8mpHCLJXTWs3fcCgYE2ConHUBQ5

Although it has got 5 confirmations, it has not arrived to my account yet. The screenshots are attached and the necessary information is as below. Please provide me a feedback about it.

TX Hash : https://blockchain.info/tr/address/19417c9c6264c9aba8c92fe1f3cce43de8c50e7b

Thank you.





Same thing is happening on my account deposited 1.8 btc. It showed in unconfirmed deposit and then once it had confirmed it dissapeared from my balance completely. Fix this shit i want my coins back, this is not the first time i have lost due to satoshi dice, i have no idea why i decided to use this site again. Deposit address 113xZL8oTaMDs1vGGDmWXnCEHZgAvuw4BY
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December 10, 2015, 04:43:06 AM
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I hope to get some satoshidice official support,My situation is this,I went to satoshidice to play 1.2btc yesterday.I played six times, winning 0.8btc, each bet 0.02btc,At that time show1.9btc。I had to stop the,About 1 minute,I found the numbers on the screen,balance 0.8btc,
This kind of thing has never happened before,Then balance 0.025btc,I don't know what happened,Hackers can attack https?or other?
My mailbox bwbtc@hotmail.com,I hope satoshidice to contact,I provide information

satoshidice receiving address.   1HKt6vrVQhWLnqtim6i3R9cEz2gu62am4H
; today satoshidice mail me very happy!Sender:Bitcoin Forum (noreply@bitcointalk.org)This mail address will not be false?Thank you
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December 10, 2015, 04:54:56 AM
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Hi

I have sent 3 BTC to this address:
13JYLtx8mpHCLJXTWs3fcCgYE2ConHUBQ5

Although it has got 5 confirmations, it has not arrived to my account yet. The screenshots are attached and the necessary information is as below. Please provide me a feedback about it.

TX Hash : https://blockchain.info/tr/address/19417c9c6264c9aba8c92fe1f3cce43de8c50e7b

Thank you.

http://i.hizliresim.com/q8Q6BB.png

http://i.hizliresim.com/R98m1a.png

Same thing is happening on my account deposited 1.8 btc. It showed in unconfirmed deposit and then once it had confirmed it dissapeared from my balance completely. Fix this shit i want my coins back, this is not the first time i have lost due to satoshi dice, i have no idea why i decided to use this site again. Deposit address 113xZL8oTaMDs1vGGDmWXnCEHZgAvuw4BY
I think you should not be exposed to the satoshidice url address
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