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Author Topic: SatoshiDICE.com - The World's Most Popular Bitcoin Game  (Read 427569 times)
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April 06, 2016, 02:20:21 PM
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Yeah I followed their instructions to a tee.. 7 clear and concise emails and 5 PM's.. All emails included my "<Your Personal Deposit Address>"
and various screenshots and block chain links.. I couldn't have been any clearer if I was a pane of glass.

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For any questions or comments feel free to contact us at support(@)satoshidice.com.

If inquiring about your account, please provide Your Personal Deposit Address in the email.
We see your email faster if you start the subject with "Account Issue <Your Personal Deposit Address>".
If you are inquiring about a block chain game bet, please provide the transaction id.

Satoshi Dice can be discussed on the bitcointalk forum at:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=77870.new#new (opens in new tab)
Our official forum user is SatoshiDICE_PR
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You'll notice the SatoshiDICE_PR hasn't been on since the 24th of last month...

I had 5 back and forth emails and 6 PM's with the support/cto, now they assigned a new support person and haven't replied.

The admins are don't take this business seriously, something is up. How could you be managing millions of $ and not have a full time support in place?
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April 06, 2016, 03:50:28 PM
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Happy to say that they finally got back to me. I sent them a signed message in Electrum and they sent me my lost funds.. So, they came through but it took a very long time.
Cheers


EDIT: So support asked me to explain to people in the forum how to sign a message and how to verify their account.

So open your bitcoin wallet and highlight the address that you used to send the money to Satoshicoin. (Make sure this is the same as the one in the email they send you)
Goto Tools > Sign/Verify Message
Type in the message that the Satoshicoin rep told you to put in the message for verification. Put this in the message field.
Make sure that the address that they gave you in the email is in the address field
Click on the SIGN button in your wallet
It will give you a long line in the signature field
Copy that line

Reply to the email from Satoshicoin and paste that "Signature" in the email. That will verify who you are.
Next goto google and search for "What's my IP". Find out what your IP is and copy and paste that in the email..
Done.

Here's a video
https://youtu.be/B4GZ4qDEanA

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April 06, 2016, 03:56:25 PM
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Happy to say that they finally got back to me. I sent them a signed message in Electrum and they sent me my lost funds.. So, they came through but it took a very long time.
Cheers


Congrats on that buddy. My suggestion.. Let's not risk it here anymore.. We shall play in other dice sites

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April 06, 2016, 04:10:40 PM
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Happy to say that they finally got back to me. I sent them a signed message in Electrum and they sent me my lost funds.. So, they came through but it took a very long time.
Cheers


EDIT: So support asked me to explain to people in the forum how to sign a message and how to verify their account.

So open your bitcoin wallet and highlight the address that you used to send the money to Satoshicoin. (Make sure this is the same as the one in the email they send you)
Goto Tools > Sign/Verify Message
Type in the message that the Satoshicoin rep told you to put in the message for verification. Put this in the message field.
Make sure that the address that they gave you in the email is in the address field
Click on the SIGN button in your wallet
It will give you a long line in the signature field
Copy that line

Reply to the email from Satoshicoin and paste that "Signature" in the email. That will verify who you are.
Next goto google and search for "What's my IP". Find out what your IP is and copy and paste that in the email..
Done.

Here's a video
https://youtu.be/B4GZ4qDEanA



They still haven't replied to me. When did you hear from them and how comes they have not responded here?
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April 06, 2016, 04:28:15 PM
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They emailed me about an hour before that last post.
It took about a week or so. I don't know why they don't come here.
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April 06, 2016, 05:15:49 PM
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They emailed me about an hour before that last post.
It took about a week or so. I don't know why they don't come here.

They emailed me too, just now. But they are asking for all the information again.

We have had exchanges of email before, and he is saying that he doesn't have access to the old emails  Huh and now to provide everything again.

I sent copies of my encrypted messages to him, that he can easily decrypt and he said

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Sir,

Unfortunately those messages are encrypted, and i am unable to decrypt them.
Kindly provide me with the required information, so we will be able to proceed with the problem.

Thank you,
SatoshiDICE Support

WTF is going on
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April 07, 2016, 12:57:31 PM
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So our withdrawals are stuck!? I have some btc there.. Should I consider it lost? 

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April 07, 2016, 01:24:13 PM
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So our withdrawals are stuck!? I have some btc there.. Should I consider it lost? 

check now maybe ? I just tried to withdraw and i succesfully withdrew ..
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April 07, 2016, 02:05:33 PM
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They emailed me about an hour before that last post.
It took about a week or so. I don't know why they don't come here.

Which email did you used? I used support@satoshidice.com and get failed delivery. It's been almost a week...no response from email or BTC forum.
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April 07, 2016, 02:13:36 PM
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So our withdrawals are stuck!? I have some btc there.. Should I consider it lost? 

No, withdrawals are not stuck. No bitcoins are lost. We had some issues with users losing their passwords and secret URL's so for that reason we are releasing a new version of the site with a full login system tonight!

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April 07, 2016, 02:15:55 PM
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They emailed me about an hour before that last post.
It took about a week or so. I don't know why they don't come here.

Which email did you used? I used support@satoshidice.com and get failed delivery. It's been almost a week...no response from email or BTC forum.

I'm checking your issue now!

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April 07, 2016, 04:52:58 PM
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So our withdrawals are stuck!? I have some btc there.. Should I consider it lost?  

No, withdrawals are not stuck. No bitcoins are lost. We had some issues with users losing their passwords and secret URL's so for that reason we are releasing a new version of the site with a full login system tonight!

Finally some development!

What's going on with my case? why has no one looked into it? I'v left you negative feedback because you won't even look into my account and helping with the theft of my coins. Will update the feedback if you start helping.
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April 07, 2016, 11:57:47 PM
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I've been playing at satoshidice on and off for a couple of weeks now, nothing major just $10 or $20 here and there. Despite the whole "provably fair" thing I've seen some absolutely improbable series of rolls and always in the house's favor. Even giving myself odds of over 50% to win I've watched losing rolls come up 9 or more times in a row! Meanwhile I'm lucky to get the rare three wins in row even with favorable odds. I get that statistically it's possible to lose many times in a row, even with favorable odds, but I'm seeing this crap when I just play for a few minutes at a time. I sure as hell NEVER won 8 or 9 times in a row. Is satoshidice known for any shadiness? I won't be playing there again, is there a better site out there?
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April 08, 2016, 12:17:52 AM
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I've been playing at satoshidice on and off for a couple of weeks now, nothing major just $10 or $20 here and there. Despite the whole "provably fair" thing I've seen some absolutely improbable series of rolls and always in the house's favor. Even giving myself odds of over 50% to win I've watched losing rolls come up 9 or more times in a row! Meanwhile I'm lucky to get the rare three wins in row even with favorable odds. I get that statistically it's possible to lose many times in a row, even with favorable odds, but I'm seeing this crap when I just play for a few minutes at a time. I sure as hell NEVER won 8 or 9 times in a row. Is satoshidice known for any shadiness? I won't be playing there again, is there a better site out there?

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April 08, 2016, 01:01:15 AM
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No doubt some users might have technical problems.
I have not encountered any problems in months. Neither with gambling nor with investing.
Happy customers are generally less likely to comment.

Regarding the cheating allegations. Post count 1. Seems legit. Why don't you post your PUBLIC satoshidice user page? (NOT the secret).
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April 08, 2016, 09:27:55 AM
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No doubt some users might have technical problems.
I have not encountered any problems in months. Neither with gambling nor with investing.
Happy customers are generally less likely to comment.

Regarding the cheating allegations. Post count 1. Seems legit. Why don't you post your PUBLIC satoshidice user page? (NOT the secret).

The provably fair system and js code is free for anyone to inspect. In order for us to cheat we would have to be able to predict the client roll that is generated by js code in the player's browser, or produce rolls that don't doesn't verify correctly according to https://www.satoshidice.com/provably-fair/.

There also 3rd party verifiers like https://dicesites.com/satoshidice/verifier.

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April 08, 2016, 03:09:27 PM
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No doubt some users might have technical problems.
I have not encountered any problems in months. Neither with gambling nor with investing.
Happy customers are generally less likely to comment.

Regarding the cheating allegations. Post count 1. Seems legit. Why don't you post your PUBLIC satoshidice user page? (NOT the secret).

The provably fair system and js code is free for anyone to inspect. In order for us to cheat we would have to be able to predict the client roll that is generated by js code in the player's browser, or produce rolls that don't doesn't verify correctly according to https://www.satoshidice.com/provably-fair/.

There also 3rd party verifiers like https://dicesites.com/satoshidice/verifier.

Am i a fucking ghost to you?
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April 09, 2016, 12:08:19 AM
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No doubt some users might have technical problems.
I have not encountered any problems in months. Neither with gambling nor with investing.
Happy customers are generally less likely to comment.

Regarding the cheating allegations. Post count 1. Seems legit. Why don't you post your PUBLIC satoshidice user page? (NOT the secret).

The provably fair system and js code is free for anyone to inspect. In order for us to cheat we would have to be able to predict the client roll that is generated by js code in the player's browser, or produce rolls that don't doesn't verify correctly according to https://www.satoshidice.com/provably-fair/.

There also 3rd party verifiers like https://dicesites.com/satoshidice/verifier.

Am i a fucking ghost to you?

No but we see recent successful invests and divests in the account you have been referring to, so you must have remembered the original password only a few days ago!

For other people reading this: VarietyBitcoin could not provide any information in order to identify himself as the real account owner and for that reason we could not reset the password. We can verify by signup IP, GEO IP, ISP used or signing a message on an address that was used to deposit to the account in the past.

The new login system will allow password recovery via email and two factor authentication.

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April 09, 2016, 11:05:08 AM
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They emailed me about an hour before that last post.
It took about a week or so. I don't know why they don't come here.

Which email did you used? I used support@satoshidice.com and get failed delivery. It's been almost a week...no response from email or BTC forum.

I'm checking your issue now!

Thank you. I've never had a problem with SatoshiDice until now and I've been playing there for a long time.

Thanks, again.
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April 09, 2016, 11:15:12 AM
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No doubt some users might have technical problems.
I have not encountered any problems in months. Neither with gambling nor with investing.
Happy customers are generally less likely to comment.

Regarding the cheating allegations. Post count 1. Seems legit. Why don't you post your PUBLIC satoshidice user page? (NOT the secret).

The provably fair system and js code is free for anyone to inspect. In order for us to cheat we would have to be able to predict the client roll that is generated by js code in the player's browser, or produce rolls that don't doesn't verify correctly according to https://www.satoshidice.com/provably-fair/.

There also 3rd party verifiers like https://dicesites.com/satoshidice/verifier.

Am i a fucking ghost to you?

No but we see recent successful invests and divests in the account you have been referring to, so you must have remembered the original password only a few days ago!

For other people reading this: VarietyBitcoin could not provide any information in order to identify himself as the real account owner and for that reason we could not reset the password. We can verify by signup IP, GEO IP, ISP used or signing a message on an address that was used to deposit to the account in the past.

The new login system will allow password recovery via email and two factor authentication.

You lie because i have never divested anything past few weeks or even withdrawn. Show me proof or your fucking bullshiting! you don't need a password to invest you scum.
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