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January 25, 2017, 12:23:10 AM
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Hey,
why do you game-protect not write a private message to jake_a99 who has somehow lost 74 bitcoin in Satoshidice.
I mean for 55.000USD it should be worth to take a lawyer in Curaçao, something game-protect is very savvy in and finally put some pressure on Satoshidice?
Instead of filling this forum with insinuations and hidden "legal-help"offers.

Jake_a99.. If you really still miss your 74 bitcoins and have not been contacted via skype, telefone or pm for this amount of money I think having some feet on the ground in Curaçao would be interesting. Test out game-protect.. I am curious.
Well done, I think actually, a legal counsel for these thing would be very interesting.
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Game-protect and Maidenvoyage, thanks for your input! Its great to see so much interest and solutions on how to approach specific issues.
We´re all in favor on what game-protect is doing.

This has to do with the missing player funds, and its something we take very seriously.
We are in contact with the players in question. We wont leave this matter unresolved.






please answer my  pm.
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January 25, 2017, 02:19:21 AM
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I can't see any graphs at https://www.satoshidice.com/stats/, tried two browsers. Is it just me or for everyone?
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January 25, 2017, 02:24:24 AM
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I can't see any graphs at https://www.satoshidice.com/stats/, tried two browsers. Is it just me or for everyone?

Its same for me too. I think problem is on their side.

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January 25, 2017, 07:06:18 AM
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I can't see any graphs at https://www.satoshidice.com/stats/, tried two browsers. Is it just me or for everyone?

Its same for me too. I think problem is on their side.

Looks like a technical issue - I'm not so impressed by the site these days, hope the devs manage to get SD back on track again, site has so much potential.

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January 25, 2017, 12:32:55 PM
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I can't see any graphs at https://www.satoshidice.com/stats/, tried two browsers. Is it just me or for everyone?

We're fixing the graphs now and will let you know when they are working again.

UPDATE Jan 26, 2017 12:21:27 PM: Graphs are now working.

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January 25, 2017, 01:35:01 PM
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It is cool the faucet gives you 200 satoshis every 60 seconds if your balance is less than 100 satoshis. What I don't like is that you can bet for 'more than' some number, only for the 'less than'. You now, there is this fake feeling that you need to bet 'more than' and if on 50/50 you won then to bet 'less than' Roll Eyes
And stats are still  not working.


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January 27, 2017, 02:02:10 AM
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We're currently having an issue with the SSL cert for the hardware DDoS protection. It will the corrected during the day.

Update Jan 27, 2017, 11:12:05: A new SSL cert is now in place and setup correctly!

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January 27, 2017, 05:02:21 PM
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Great job fixing the graphs ... much work to do still, without 2fa I would never consider sending coins to a bitcoin  site.
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January 27, 2017, 08:43:13 PM
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Great job fixing the graphs ... much work to do still, without 2fa I would never consider sending coins to a bitcoin  site.

It is required to temporarily unlock the account before withdrawing. When requesting an unlock, our system sends a confirmation link to the user's email address. Clicking this link will unlock the account for 3 minutes.

We are adding additional 2FA as soon as possible.

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January 27, 2017, 08:56:06 PM
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Thanks for the updates SD - will be great if you get the site back on track - SD is my favourite dice site - but I stopped using it about 6 months ago due to all the problems

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January 27, 2017, 09:09:40 PM
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Good news.

I can now confirm that my case has been resovled by them after i hadnt been able to withdraw ever since the site started acting up. it took me my forth attempt (1 by forum messages 3 by email) but they handeled my withdrawel with confirmation that i was indeed the owner of the account in question and they sent the bitcoins to a provided adress.

add me to the list of sources saying they arent running away with your money. theyre probably just not equiped to handle the of request at the moment.

that is all.
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January 28, 2017, 06:25:09 PM
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Just e-mailed the same to support, but I just logged in after ~3 weeks and my account is missing ~77.4 bitcoins that were invested in the site bankroll. My password also did not work. I reset password, which did work immediately, and upon logging back in the account created date was accurate but the user name was changed and the "last active" shows "0000-00-00 00:00:00"  

Please tell me I didn't get hacked/robbed for this sum of money...
If you make an investment, you should send your investment directly to a Bitcoin address of the company and not to your player account, waiting to forward your Bitcoins or however this work with satoshidice.

As soon as you sent your investment to satoshidice, they are responsible if your investment suddenly escape.  Wink



Their site is poorly ran and the odds have been altered. Anyone who plays from this point on deserves to lose their coins.

When people warn of exit scams with evidence i advise taking out while you can. Or end up like all the other chumps losing their coins. Be those people doesn't make any difference to me
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January 28, 2017, 06:30:35 PM
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who ever said 3,300 losses at 3% chance to win doesn't prove anything either is terrible at maths or genuinely retarded........
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January 29, 2017, 04:58:33 AM
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Just e-mailed the same to support, but I just logged in after ~3 weeks and my account is missing ~77.4 bitcoins that were invested in the site bankroll. My password also did not work. I reset password, which did work immediately, and upon logging back in the account created date was accurate but the user name was changed and the "last active" shows "0000-00-00 00:00:00"  

Please tell me I didn't get hacked/robbed for this sum of money...
If you make an investment, you should send your investment directly to a Bitcoin address of the company and not to your player account, waiting to forward your Bitcoins or however this work with satoshidice.

As soon as you sent your investment to satoshidice, they are responsible if your investment suddenly escape.  Wink



Their site is poorly ran and the odds have been altered. Anyone who plays from this point on deserves to lose their coins.

When people warn of exit scams with evidence i advise taking out while you can. Or end up like all the other chumps losing their coins. Be those people doesn't make any difference to me


I have resolved my situation with Satoshidice. I'm not going to into the details, but after getting in touch with me the SD support was completely transparent and fair about everything. Everything is fine on my end, and my trust in them is completely restored.
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January 29, 2017, 07:38:44 AM
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Just e-mailed the same to support, but I just logged in after ~3 weeks and my account is missing ~77.4 bitcoins that were invested in the site bankroll. My password also did not work. I reset password, which did work immediately, and upon logging back in the account created date was accurate but the user name was changed and the "last active" shows "0000-00-00 00:00:00"  

Please tell me I didn't get hacked/robbed for this sum of money...
If you make an investment, you should send your investment directly to a Bitcoin address of the company and not to your player account, waiting to forward your Bitcoins or however this work with satoshidice.

As soon as you sent your investment to satoshidice, they are responsible if your investment suddenly escape.  Wink



Their site is poorly ran and the odds have been altered. Anyone who plays from this point on deserves to lose their coins.

When people warn of exit scams with evidence i advise taking out while you can. Or end up like all the other chumps losing their coins. Be those people doesn't make any difference to me


I have resolved my situation with Satoshidice. I'm not going to into the details, but after getting in touch with me the SD support was completely transparent and fair about everything. Everything is fine on my end, and my trust in them is completely restored.

wow that is good to hear. Can you at least say that you got your money back?
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January 29, 2017, 02:56:05 PM
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Just e-mailed the same to support, but I just logged in after ~3 weeks and my account is missing ~77.4 bitcoins that were invested in the site bankroll. My password also did not work. I reset password, which did work immediately, and upon logging back in the account created date was accurate but the user name was changed and the "last active" shows "0000-00-00 00:00:00"  

Please tell me I didn't get hacked/robbed for this sum of money...
If you make an investment, you should send your investment directly to a Bitcoin address of the company and not to your player account, waiting to forward your Bitcoins or however this work with satoshidice.

As soon as you sent your investment to satoshidice, they are responsible if your investment suddenly escape.  Wink



Their site is poorly ran and the odds have been altered. Anyone who plays from this point on deserves to lose their coins.

When people warn of exit scams with evidence i advise taking out while you can. Or end up like all the other chumps losing their coins. Be those people doesn't make any difference to me


I have resolved my situation with Satoshidice. I'm not going to into the details, but after getting in touch with me the SD support was completely transparent and fair about everything. Everything is fine on my end, and my trust in them is completely restored.

wow that is good to hear. Can you at least say that you got your money back?

Well judging by his tone I am pretty sure he got his 77 BTC back or else he would be very angry. Most likely the support told him to reply on his thread so calms every bodies nerves about the website.

Either way I wonder what their explanation is for all those depleting investor funds by those mysterious brand new gamblers which had incredible luck.

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January 29, 2017, 09:00:50 PM
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Great job fixing the graphs ... much work to do still, without 2fa I would never consider sending coins to a bitcoin  site.

It is required to temporarily unlock the account before withdrawing. When requesting an unlock, our system sends a confirmation link to the user's email address. Clicking this link will unlock the account for 3 minutes.

We are adding additional 2FA as soon as possible.

Email isn't good enough for 2fa. If your computer is compromised, both email and password are known to the attacker. The idea behind 2fa is that attacker needs to compromise 2 devices - computer and phone. SMS counts as 2fa, but it's not convenient for traveling people - can't receive SMS when you are traveling to another country. Authy or similar is preferable.
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February 03, 2017, 05:55:52 AM
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Great job fixing the graphs ... much work to do still, without 2fa I would never consider sending coins to a bitcoin  site.

It is required to temporarily unlock the account before withdrawing. When requesting an unlock, our system sends a confirmation link to the user's email address. Clicking this link will unlock the account for 3 minutes.

We are adding additional 2FA as soon as possible.

Email isn't good enough for 2fa. If your computer is compromised, both email and password are known to the attacker. The idea behind 2fa is that attacker needs to compromise 2 devices - computer and phone. SMS counts as 2fa, but it's not convenient for traveling people - can't receive SMS when you are traveling to another country. Authy or similar is preferable.

2fa is so easy to do, all sites do it. Find it hard to believe it is a huge problem..

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February 03, 2017, 09:31:33 AM
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Great job fixing the graphs ... much work to do still, without 2fa I would never consider sending coins to a bitcoin  site.

It is required to temporarily unlock the account before withdrawing. When requesting an unlock, our system sends a confirmation link to the user's email address. Clicking this link will unlock the account for 3 minutes.

We are adding additional 2FA as soon as possible.

Email isn't good enough for 2fa. If your computer is compromised, both email and password are known to the attacker. The idea behind 2fa is that attacker needs to compromise 2 devices - computer and phone. SMS counts as 2fa, but it's not convenient for traveling people - can't receive SMS when you are traveling to another country. Authy or similar is preferable.

The phone 2fa is not recommended either because if someone has access to your computer they most likely know your address, full name, SSN, email, telephone #, etc. They can easily call AT&T, say they've lost their phone and activate their new simcard for themselves and do the 2fa phone hack.


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February 03, 2017, 10:05:01 AM
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Great job fixing the graphs ... much work to do still, without 2fa I would never consider sending coins to a bitcoin  site.

It is required to temporarily unlock the account before withdrawing. When requesting an unlock, our system sends a confirmation link to the user's email address. Clicking this link will unlock the account for 3 minutes.

We are adding additional 2FA as soon as possible.

Email isn't good enough for 2fa. If your computer is compromised, both email and password are known to the attacker. The idea behind 2fa is that attacker needs to compromise 2 devices - computer and phone. SMS counts as 2fa, but it's not convenient for traveling people - can't receive SMS when you are traveling to another country. Authy or similar is preferable.

2fa is so easy to do, all sites do it. Find it hard to believe it is a huge problem..

It's indeed very easy to implement. Even scamsites uses it.  Grin

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