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February 01, 2018, 07:02:54 AM
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SatoshiDice is a provably fair on-chain Bitcoin Cash game.Satoshi Dice can be sent without access to the website nor running any client software. To play, a Bitcoin transaction is made to one of the static addresses operated by the service, each having differing payouts. There was nice initiative but don't trust easily to those sites that is not familiar. You should first observe and search the background mostly those sites that are newly opened. If you know someone from that site then there is a high percentage it is legal.

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February 01, 2018, 09:58:51 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.

My user : Hacker02761
I want to log in to my account and see my btc account on my account that has not been credited before. I told you earlier. I send e-mail records.

I trust you and I am waiting for your answer now.









Wait a minute...

What is going on here? You've sent those 3 BTC in 2015.

This is the transaction correct?
https://blockchain.info/tr/tx/aa0a911b9f73985c28967b2788d04f7b732e9a4686779483d67a561736d6db72

It says this was 2015-12-09? Why did you wait over 2 years to complain? Sure your fee of 16 Sats was low but it would of confirmed within 2 years either way.

Also looking at the blockchain, you have used this address before. You've sent 1 BTC about 30 minutes prior.

If you never got the 1 BTC, why send another 3 BTC to the same address?

Something doesn't add up...
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February 07, 2018, 09:18:45 PM
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Sorry,  The ownership of the site has changed since 2015, so we can't really help you with any issues from that time.
The good news is that the site is now back on chain, and 100% provably fair.

Give it a try today:


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February 07, 2018, 09:28:18 PM
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Sorry,  The ownership of the site has changed since 2015, so we can't really help you with any issues from that time.
The good news is that the site is now back on chain, and 100% provably fair.

Give it a try today:



Can you explain exactly how your provably fair system works exactly ? There are a few of us who tried to figure it out but got nowhere. How is the seed hashed, is there some client seed, is there a type of nonce?

Also did you completely transition to Bitcoin cash or can you still use Bitcoin on your site.

It seems like it was suddenly removed.
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February 18, 2018, 05:55:58 PM
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Sorry,  The ownership of the site has changed since 2015, so we can't really help you with any issues from that time.
The good news is that the site is now back on chain, and 100% provably fair.

Give it a try today:



Can you explain exactly how your provably fair system works exactly ? There are a few of us who tried to figure it out but got nowhere. How is the seed hashed, is there some client seed, is there a type of nonce?

Also did you completely transition to Bitcoin cash or can you still use Bitcoin on your site.

It seems like it was suddenly removed.

Why no one is answering this question? I'd also like to know about the system of your provably fairness in details.
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February 18, 2018, 09:24:21 PM
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Sorry,  The ownership of the site has changed since 2015, so we can't really help you with any issues from that time.
The good news is that the site is now back on chain, and 100% provably fair.

Give it a try today:



Can you explain exactly how your provably fair system works exactly ? There are a few of us who tried to figure it out but got nowhere. How is the seed hashed, is there some client seed, is there a type of nonce?

Also did you completely transition to Bitcoin cash or can you still use Bitcoin on your site.

It seems like it was suddenly removed.

Why no one is answering this question? I'd also like to know about the system of your provably fairness in details.

If you have been following this thread, then this wouldn't surprise you.

The owner of the site has probably different business ventures and almost never replies to this thread.

I mentioned this before that they should hire some support staff and nothing.

They get lots of organic traffic by the brand so they aren't worried about growth really.

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February 18, 2018, 11:15:25 PM
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Sorry,  The ownership of the site has changed since 2015, so we can't really help you with any issues from that time.
The good news is that the site is now back on chain, and 100% provably fair.

Give it a try today:



Can you explain exactly how your provably fair system works exactly ? There are a few of us who tried to figure it out but got nowhere. How is the seed hashed, is there some client seed, is there a type of nonce?

Also did you completely transition to Bitcoin cash or can you still use Bitcoin on your site.

It seems like it was suddenly removed.

Why no one is answering this question? I'd also like to know about the system of your provably fairness in details.

This defiantly needs to be answered.

Provably fair is not provably fair if the site does not provide all the information on it and allow users to verify bets.

Its probably harder for them to implement the same provably fair that we use on Primedice and stake which was used for years by justdice and us but this is for now by far the best provably fair system in use.

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February 19, 2018, 06:51:41 AM
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I tried your game and placed few bets..
How can I verify my bets?

I can't find info and details about it..

Thanks.

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February 19, 2018, 05:31:29 PM
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And im not sure by what measure this is the most popular bitcoin game? With 200k bets ... ? I dont think so.

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February 19, 2018, 08:55:38 PM
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And im not sure by what measure this is the most popular bitcoin game? With 200k bets ... ? I dont think so.

Well most likely back in 2012, it was the most popular Bitcoin game out there.

I guess they decided to leave it as is years later.

Even with no advertising I am sure they get tons of business.

Anyone watching that Netflix documentary where it was mentioned will probably search for it on google and they get a lot of organic traffic that way.
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February 20, 2018, 06:31:00 AM
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And im not sure by what measure this is the most popular bitcoin game? With 200k bets ... ? I dont think so.

Well most likely back in 2012, it was the most popular Bitcoin game out there.

I guess they decided to leave it as is years later.

Even with no advertising I am sure they get tons of business.

Anyone watching that Netflix documentary where it was mentioned will probably search for it on google and they get a lot of organic traffic that way.

What is Netflix documentary?

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BTX game - House edge 1%
 
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February 20, 2018, 03:06:05 PM
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And im not sure by what measure this is the most popular bitcoin game? With 200k bets ... ? I dont think so.

Well most likely back in 2012, it was the most popular Bitcoin game out there.

I guess they decided to leave it as is years later.

Even with no advertising I am sure they get tons of business.
I think they do not have much players these days.. they're don't even accept/deal in bitcoin, they switched from bitcoin to bitcoin cash few months ago i think.


Anyone watching that Netflix documentary where it was mentioned will probably search for it on google and they get a lot of organic traffic that way.
Which one? lol.
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February 20, 2018, 03:34:39 PM
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And im not sure by what measure this is the most popular bitcoin game? With 200k bets ... ? I dont think so.

Well most likely back in 2012, it was the most popular Bitcoin game out there.

I guess they decided to leave it as is years later.

Even with no advertising I am sure they get tons of business.
I think they do not have much players these days.. they're don't even accept/deal in bitcoin, they switched from bitcoin to bitcoin cash few months ago i think.


Anyone watching that Netflix documentary where it was mentioned will probably search for it on google and they get a lot of organic traffic that way.
Which one? lol.

I see many players online every minute.

But I don't know how verify bets..

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February 20, 2018, 06:44:14 PM
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Sorry,  The ownership of the site has changed since 2015, so we can't really help you with any issues from that time.
The good news is that the site is now back on chain, and 100% provably fair.

Give it a try today:



Can you explain exactly how your provably fair system works exactly ? There are a few of us who tried to figure it out but got nowhere. How is the seed hashed, is there some client seed, is there a type of nonce?

Also did you completely transition to Bitcoin cash or can you still use Bitcoin on your site.

It seems like it was suddenly removed.

Why no one is answering this question? I'd also like to know about the system of your provably fairness in details.

If you have been following this thread, then this wouldn't surprise you.

The owner of the site has probably different business ventures and almost never replies to this thread.

I mentioned this before that they should hire some support staff and nothing.

They get lots of organic traffic by the brand so they aren't worried about growth really.


Well, yeap.

Now I understand why the online support for 24/7 is so important.
 I hope devs will see it:

Guys, you should work more on the development of this forum thread since there are a lot of questions without answers. And a lot of gaming projects can become more popular only because of having the official representive online almost every half an hour. Just look on the SmartPlay or Betking threads. Always helpful and friendly representatives
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February 21, 2018, 10:36:53 AM
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And im not sure by what measure this is the most popular bitcoin game? With 200k bets ... ? I dont think so.

Well most likely back in 2012, it was the most popular Bitcoin game out there.

I guess they decided to leave it as is years later.

Even with no advertising I am sure they get tons of business.
I think they do not have much players these days.. they're don't even accept/deal in bitcoin, they switched from bitcoin to bitcoin cash few months ago i think.


Anyone watching that Netflix documentary where it was mentioned will probably search for it on google and they get a lot of organic traffic that way.
Which one? lol.

The one on Netflix was called Banking on Bitcoin I think and it had Vorfhees talking about regulation and such and there might of been a small segment about Satosidice.

There is also another Bitcoin documentary and this one is a few years older but it also mentions satoshidice and it's sale.
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And im not sure by what measure this is the most popular bitcoin game? With 200k bets ... ? I dont think so.

Well most likely back in 2012, it was the most popular Bitcoin game out there.

I guess they decided to leave it as is years later.

Even with no advertising I am sure they get tons of business.
I think they do not have much players these days.. they're don't even accept/deal in bitcoin, they switched from bitcoin to bitcoin cash few months ago i think.


Anyone watching that Netflix documentary where it was mentioned will probably search for it on google and they get a lot of organic traffic that way.
Which one? lol.

I see many players online every minute.

But I don't know how verify bets..

I don't know either, there's no information on how to verify bets here. there are two knowledgeable persons(rgbkey[1] and nlnico[2] ) who might have an idea on to verify the bets, perphas contact them?

[1] https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=182468
[2] https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=107762


The one on Netflix was called Banking on Bitcoin I think and it had Vorfhees talking about regulation and such and there might of been a small segment about Satosidice.

There is also another Bitcoin documentary and this one is a few years older but it also mentions satoshidice and it's sale.
Ah, i'll watch it later.. Smiley
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February 24, 2018, 03:01:36 PM
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Hi everyone,  first of all, I have good news:
WE ARE HIRING!!!!
As you all know,  we need a customer relations person to answer people's questions promptly and monitor our forum threads for new questions or people that need help.

To apply,  email support@satoshidice.com


For the people who were asking how to verify the fairness of our system:

Code:
To verify SatoshiDICE games, look at the verifygame-page.js

https://satoshidice.com/js/verifygame-page.js

The random number is generated by the following seed:

seed = sha256(hexStringToByte(serverSeed + txid + voutHex))

randomNumber = getRandomNumber(seed)

function getRandomNumber(sha256) {
    var seed = new Array();
    for (var s = 0; s < 8; s++) {
        var intText = sha256.substring(s * 8, (s + 1) * 8);
        seed.push(parseInt(intText, 16));
        mersenneTwister.seedArray(seed);
    }
    return mersenneTwister.short();
}

When SatoshiDICE publishes the secret server seed, you can use that to verify that your random numbers were random. The output number is a 4 byte number in hex.

The random number generator is a Marsenne Twister returning a short int:

https://satoshidice.com/js/MersenneTwister.js

The hash of the secret seed is published a few days before, and always put on the blockchain to make sure nothing is changed: https://cashexplorer.bitcoin.com/tx/61ac980529ee745599ba02dae44bdcacba323e7cfd20214e84895d030883e2cd

You can see the secret server seeds here: https://satoshidice.com/provablyfair

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March 14, 2018, 09:49:59 AM
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Hi everyone,  first of all, I have good news:
WE ARE HIRING!!!!
As you all know,  we need a customer relations person to answer people's questions promptly and monitor our forum threads for new questions or people that need help.

To apply,  email support@satoshidice.com


For the people who were asking how to verify the fairness of our system:

Code:
To verify SatoshiDICE games, look at the verifygame-page.js

https://satoshidice.com/js/verifygame-page.js

The random number is generated by the following seed:

seed = sha256(hexStringToByte(serverSeed + txid + voutHex))

randomNumber = getRandomNumber(seed)

function getRandomNumber(sha256) {
    var seed = new Array();
    for (var s = 0; s < 8; s++) {
        var intText = sha256.substring(s * 8, (s + 1) * 8);
        seed.push(parseInt(intText, 16));
        mersenneTwister.seedArray(seed);
    }
    return mersenneTwister.short();
}

When SatoshiDICE publishes the secret server seed, you can use that to verify that your random numbers were random. The output number is a 4 byte number in hex.

The random number generator is a Marsenne Twister returning a short int:

https://satoshidice.com/js/MersenneTwister.js

The hash of the secret seed is published a few days before, and always put on the blockchain to make sure nothing is changed: https://cashexplorer.bitcoin.com/tx/61ac980529ee745599ba02dae44bdcacba323e7cfd20214e84895d030883e2cd

You can see the secret server seeds here: https://satoshidice.com/provablyfair

seed = sha256(hexStringToByte(serverSeed + txid + voutHex))

What is voutHex?

What make mersenneTwister() function?

Please explain for any transaction..
need example for players..

Thanks
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March 16, 2018, 07:56:56 AM
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Hi everyone,  first of all, I have good news:
WE ARE HIRING!!!!
As you all know,  we need a customer relations person to answer people's questions promptly and monitor our forum threads for new questions or people that need help.

To apply,  email support@satoshidice.com


For the people who were asking how to verify the fairness of our system:

Code:
To verify SatoshiDICE games, look at the verifygame-page.js

https://satoshidice.com/js/verifygame-page.js

The random number is generated by the following seed:

seed = sha256(hexStringToByte(serverSeed + txid + voutHex))

randomNumber = getRandomNumber(seed)

function getRandomNumber(sha256) {
    var seed = new Array();
    for (var s = 0; s < 8; s++) {
        var intText = sha256.substring(s * 8, (s + 1) * 8);
        seed.push(parseInt(intText, 16));
        mersenneTwister.seedArray(seed);
    }
    return mersenneTwister.short();
}

When SatoshiDICE publishes the secret server seed, you can use that to verify that your random numbers were random. The output number is a 4 byte number in hex.

The random number generator is a Marsenne Twister returning a short int:

https://satoshidice.com/js/MersenneTwister.js

The hash of the secret seed is published a few days before, and always put on the blockchain to make sure nothing is changed: https://cashexplorer.bitcoin.com/tx/61ac980529ee745599ba02dae44bdcacba323e7cfd20214e84895d030883e2cd

You can see the secret server seeds here: https://satoshidice.com/provablyfair

Thank you for doing this.

I know you are probably busy with other projects so you were slow to reply. Hence it's good that you are taking the correct step and hiring extra support staff to help with the comments and support.

Try posting this in the Bitcoin classifieds under Service Annocement and you will get more qualified personnel replying since only a certain portion of people browse the gambling section.
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March 23, 2018, 09:01:48 PM
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Great to hear you guys are heading in the right direction again. Are you still enabling users to invest into the house?

Good luck.
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