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January 03, 2016, 08:22:33 PM
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Right, I can't sleep, and I hope new year holiday's end soon for SDice_CTO......
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January 03, 2016, 11:05:17 PM
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Newbie question - can anyone explain me why there is a disparity between what I can see on my Satoshidice account and what is visible on the blockchain?

Example:
I deposit 1 BTC to satoshidice on deposit address A and leave the account untouched.
Next day, I can see the balance is correct - still 1 BTC in there but according to blockchain all my deposit
account has already been spent several times.

Then I make a bet - and the result is only shown on website; nothing is shown on the blockchain itself.

I am not afraid of losing anything Grin But why the disparity between blockchain and the website? Has SatoshiDice always worked that way?
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January 04, 2016, 12:07:06 AM
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Newbie question - can anyone explain me why there is a disparity between what I can see on my Satoshidice account and what is visible on the blockchain?

Example:
I deposit 1 BTC to satoshidice on deposit address A and leave the account untouched.
Next day, I can see the balance is correct - still 1 BTC in there but according to blockchain all my deposit
account has already been spent several times.

Then I make a bet - and the result is only shown on website; nothing is shown on the blockchain itself.

I am not afraid of losing anything Grin But why the disparity between blockchain and the website? Has SatoshiDice always worked that way?

Because the balance on your deposit address is a completely different thing than the "balance" shown on the site. When you deposit and it gets confirmed, you get equal value "credits" to use on the site. You are not actually betting tiny bits of BTC somehow each roll, just credits.
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January 04, 2016, 12:11:17 AM
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Right, I can't sleep, and I hope new year holiday's end soon for SDice_CTO......

you solve your promblem ? 593 BTC is too big amoung bro  Sad I'm nervous for you.

SDice_CTO - help him. Smiley)) this is not small amount.


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January 04, 2016, 11:49:26 AM
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no, problem still not solved.
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January 04, 2016, 02:29:27 PM
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hi BitcoinTalk community, beware of using satoshidice, i don't know what happens to my satoshidice account.
I saw a lot of members have problems with website. i am investing my coins in sd.  and decided to divest all money, and what happens? i logged on my account, AND PASSWORD IS INCORRECT!!!
Don't know how it happens, but am entering correctly password!!
I hope SDice_CTO will solve my problem!!!
my 593 btc still on my account, if someone changed password - seem's someone can do withdrawal! i dont want to lost my money
i attach screenshot

593 bitcoins is a huge amount how long have you had your money invested in satoshidice? i hope you get your money soon. also i would suggest you to not to invest that huge amount on a single website diversify your investment and keep some in offline/paper wallet.

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January 05, 2016, 04:18:07 PM
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I've been having the same "incorrect password" problem since December. I am pretty certain of my password and have tried it lots of times.

I emailed SatoshiDice support today with all the details or am happy to resolve through here.



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January 05, 2016, 04:20:15 PM
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I've been having the same "incorrect password" problem since December.

This is getting really SUSPICIOUS. I got the same problem and I've been patient so far but come on, someone should act already.
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January 05, 2016, 05:10:40 PM
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no, problem still not solved.

really unhappy. you solved your problem ? Smiley))

OP where are you. this guy want help. .  Grin Grin Grin please help him. i`m scared when someone stealed my 0.05  Grin and 593 Huh oh my gosh.
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January 05, 2016, 05:18:14 PM
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593 BTC invested in one Dice site? That is insane. You should never do something like that, no matter how reputable service is - online services like exchanges, wallets, casinos are extremely susceptible to hacker's attacks. Or 'other' ways of losing your BTC (if you know what I mean) Roll Eyes This is for sure the hottest issue in the gambling section right now!
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January 05, 2016, 06:12:02 PM
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thats insane how can anyone invest that much to a gambling game? there were even reputable websites that turned to a scam and stole the money of investors, i would be more careful about doing that just for a few bitcoins to earn from such a big investment
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January 05, 2016, 06:14:31 PM
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I want to believe that it is not deception, and we'll solve the problem with OP or CTO
CTO was online, and didn't answer, now he is offline...  Embarrassed Embarrassed Embarrassed Embarrassed
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January 05, 2016, 08:38:02 PM
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hi BitcoinTalk community, beware of using satoshidice, i don't know what happens to my satoshidice account.
I saw a lot of members have problems with website. i am investing my coins in sd.  and decided to divest all money, and what happens? i logged on my account, AND PASSWORD IS INCORRECT!!!
Don't know how it happens, but am entering correctly password!!
I hope SDice_CTO will solve my problem!!!
my 593 btc still on my account, if someone changed password - seem's someone can do withdrawal! i dont want to lost my money
i attach screenshot

593 bitcoins is a huge amount how long have you had your money invested in satoshidice? i hope you get your money soon. also i would suggest you to not to invest that huge amount on a single website diversify your investment and keep some in offline/paper wallet.

The screenshot isn't showing a real investor account. If checking the receiving address on the blockchain, you can see that it only received 0.0736 BTC. These transactions are not associated to any real Satoshi Dice account.

If it was a real investor that lost their password, we could verify ownership by checking IP history or if they sign a message on the address their big investment was sent from.


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January 06, 2016, 07:40:14 AM
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Best way to defeat - attack. Great work! 593 BTC Lost!!!

my account is deleted=)
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January 06, 2016, 07:52:27 AM
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Best way to defeat - attack. Great work! 593 BTC Lost!!!

my account is deleted=)

But as SDice_CTO mentioned above, the address shown in your screenshot has only received 0.0736 btc. I don't see how you can deposit such a small amount and in the end get 593 btc on your account. Would you mind telling us a bit more?

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January 06, 2016, 08:38:35 AM
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I can't show anything anymore, they changed my secret.  Sad
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January 06, 2016, 09:19:33 AM
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i have a sort of problem with my account login from yesterday
i lost my address to my userpage, i've sent an email but no answer
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January 06, 2016, 05:42:56 PM
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i have a sort of problem with my account login from yesterday
i lost my address to my userpage, i've sent an email but no answer

usually support will take long time to reply your ticket, last time i waited 4 days but it comes.
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January 06, 2016, 06:15:37 PM
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hi BitcoinTalk community, beware of using satoshidice, i don't know what happens to my satoshidice account.
I saw a lot of members have problems with website. i am investing my coins in sd.  and decided to divest all money, and what happens? i logged on my account, AND PASSWORD IS INCORRECT!!!
Don't know how it happens, but am entering correctly password!!
I hope SDice_CTO will solve my problem!!!
my 593 btc still on my account, if someone changed password - seem's someone can do withdrawal! i dont want to lost my money
i attach screenshot

593 bitcoins is a huge amount how long have you had your money invested in satoshidice? i hope you get your money soon. also i would suggest you to not to invest that huge amount on a single website diversify your investment and keep some in offline/paper wallet.

The screenshot isn't showing a real investor account. If checking the receiving address on the blockchain, you can see that it only received 0.0736 BTC. These transactions are not associated to any real Satoshi Dice account.

If it was a real investor that lost their password, we could verify ownership by checking IP history or if they sign a message on the address their big investment was sent from.



Ok for this, but what have to do other users like me that have lost their password and are unable to login back to their accounts?
I wrote 4 times on the thread, 3 mail sent but nobody take care of this!
Can i know where to send my data to recover my account please?
Thanks!

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January 06, 2016, 07:40:25 PM
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I warned you guys about this being a scam or social engineering attempt many pages ago, you thought i was a conspiracy theorist.

Well , i`m not doubting that some of you guys might have problems, but that 593 BTC seems very fishy to me, who would deposit so much in 1 place?

It's better to be suspicious about something than just go with the flow.

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