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October 30, 2012, 05:41:38 PM
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The somewhat concerning part of all this is that as money keeps getting passed back and forth all sums are eventually ground up into smaller and smaller bits until all satoshis are actually broken apart and travel independently (ie, all payments are actually made up of that many satoshi). What then, Satoshalipse?!

No. When a lot of inputs go to one output, they r combined into a big solid chunk of satoshis. Next transaction from the output address will have only 1 input.

Ah ok, thanks for that.

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October 30, 2012, 06:15:58 PM
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The somewhat concerning part of all this is that as money keeps getting passed back and forth all sums are eventually ground up into smaller and smaller bits until all satoshis are actually broken apart and travel independently (ie, all payments are actually made up of that many satoshi). What then, Satoshalipse?!

No. When a lot of inputs go to one output, they r combined into a big solid chunk of satoshis. Next transaction from the output address will have only 1 input.

Ah ok, thanks for that.

U should thank Satoshi for that  Grin
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November 02, 2012, 05:09:59 PM
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Performance update:

Bad news - October was a bad month for the house. Site lost 2,071 BTC. There is thus no October dividend for S.DICE (technically a dividend of 0.00000001 btc was paid today to mark the date)

Good news - This means players profited 2,071 BTC from playing SatoshiDICE in October. You're welcome!  Cry

Players seem to be enjoying the new website, check it out if you haven't yet - SatoshiDICE.com

Also, incidence of stuck transactions has been greatly diminished after many little tweaks. Not perfect yet but far fewer transactions are getting stuck. As mentioned, all stuck transactions do pay out eventually. Nothing gets lost in the void.

Also, a fun new thing will be announced in about one week. Stay tuned!

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November 07, 2012, 08:16:59 PM
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These transactions were from 10/24 and I still haven't received them.  It just shows an unconfirmed balance in the client.

e548ecd33b7ca31228d2b3d1f2727f8199b0f7518b737b463012e6d7a294500e
e4d76cb4751da6a2238d597e7336c04b85de02d8cb9c6fa43a05ef9ed82591e8
cd179b0ac0f40690445946fd87d5366f1cf38050eef2e1dde9e971e41633feae
aeec3d829f3587054f0483ac07d527ff36331ecf64081110a8bf4803bcf9756b
37462d3818c3c1b962aef4b2664bdcbee9901889f72ed1a1f6837282b4b9c8d0
30631265ba24cc396c6090cb426ba5fca21a2c25d921d7132026d39a2e273a82
d946b08d36068bf512e3cf839d5edac001deeba73e9c78046199b6c2f8045339



Any ideas?  I messaged evoorhees but did not receive a reply.  I did a rescan, but that did not seem to help.

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November 07, 2012, 08:51:37 PM
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Any ideas?  I messaged evoorhees but did not receive a reply.  I did a rescan, but that did not seem to help.

The network forgot about these transactions. It seems to me that corresponding betting transactions were forgotten as well.

I had the same issue. Read https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=120199.msg1297566#msg1297566.
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November 09, 2012, 03:55:11 PM
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Hey all,

For Bitcoin Friday, SatoshiDice will be donating any house profits to the Bitcoin Foundation. So even if you lose, Bitcoin wins!

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November 09, 2012, 05:20:26 PM
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SatoshiDice will be donating any house profits to the Bitcoin Foundation.

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OK. I'll have a break.
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November 13, 2012, 05:38:10 PM
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SatoshiDICE Android, Linux, Windows, and Max apps released!!!

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=124093.0

Please post comments/feedback about the apps in that thread ^^

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November 13, 2012, 09:51:25 PM
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For Bitcoin Friday, SatoshiDice will be donating any house profits to the Bitcoin Foundation. So even if you lose, Bitcoin wins!

HUGE thank you to SatoshiDice for their donation of 402.33 BTC to the Bitcoin Foundation.  Cheers!
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November 14, 2012, 12:08:16 AM
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HUGE thank you to SatoshiDice for their donation of 402.33 BTC to the Bitcoin Foundation.  Cheers!
Agreed, thanks Erik!

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November 14, 2012, 11:58:17 AM
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HUGE thank you to SatoshiDice for their donation of 402.33 BTC to the Bitcoin Foundation.  Cheers!
Agreed, thanks Erik!

That's a impressive amount for only one days profits Cheesy
Good job!, we should have this Bitcoin Friday more often ^^
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November 14, 2012, 12:47:36 PM
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HUGE thank you to SatoshiDice for their donation of 402.33 BTC to the Bitcoin Foundation.  Cheers!

Will this lower the dividends?
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November 14, 2012, 12:54:43 PM
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HUGE thank you to SatoshiDice for their donation of 402.33 BTC to the Bitcoin Foundation.  Cheers!
Agreed, thanks Erik!


Looks like moving the money from one pocket to other.
Guys, it's obvious that u all are in one gang called "The Bitcoin Foundation". What the point to expose this farce?
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November 14, 2012, 05:09:56 PM
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HUGE thank you to SatoshiDice for their donation of 402.33 BTC to the Bitcoin Foundation.  Cheers!
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Looks like moving the money from one pocket to other.
Guys, it's obvious that u all are in one gang called "The Bitcoin Foundation". What the point to expose this farce?
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Moving money from one pocket to other.... hmmmm.  Well, the money went from SD to the Foundation. The Foundation is working to improve Bitcoin and advance its adoption, and this will help SD, so yes I suppose you're right. The purpose of the donation was A) to do something nice for Bitcoin Friday and B) to leverage that "nice favor" in a way that helps SD also. Business is about finding mutual benefits. In this case, the Foundation is better off, SD is better off, and the Bitcoin ecosystem is better off with a more robust Friday event.

What do you mean by saying we are all in "one gang?"  I suppose you're implying that we all work together... and yes, we do. We work together wherever we can to build Bitcoin. Would you like to help?

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November 14, 2012, 05:13:05 PM
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Good job ^


dude sounds jelly to me Tongue

Sorry it had to go...
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November 14, 2012, 05:16:17 PM
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HUGE thank you to SatoshiDice for their donation of 402.33 BTC to the Bitcoin Foundation.  Cheers!

Will this lower the dividends?

The day ended with 402 btc in earnings, and because it's donated to the Foundation it will not be paid in dividends (neither to myself or any other shareholder).

But let's examine further because it's a tricky question. It's important to understand the "unseen" consequences. The offer to donate to the Foundation brought some new exposure and goodwill to SD. Some number of people played the game on the Friday due to this philanthropic event. This thus changed the revenues for the day and the entire betting patterns. So it's difficult to say if shareholders are ultimately helped or harmed by the donation. Long term, I believe they are helped, and I focus on the long term. Good business is not about scraping short-term earnings for quick profits, but about building valuable assets over time. The donation, in my opinion, greatly helps toward this goal (and if you understood more about the developers struggling with all the transactions SD is spitting at them, this would be very obvious).

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November 17, 2012, 06:44:48 AM
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Yesterday i had around 20btc.

Now i have 55 btc  Grin

Did an all or nothing bet @ 50% wins and won, today the 40btc came in made another 5btc bet @ 25% winnings (~4x multiplier) and won that to Grin

Realy thanks satoshi dice. Its realy working perfect. Now doing some small bets at the lower odds to maybe "be lucky" as with the 5btc bet Cheesy

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made stupid typing mistake to the 24% betting. Send 30 instead of 3 btc, but the winning  Shocked Shocked



now i stop betting Tongue Its been nice, 120 btc is highest i've ever seen in a wallet's incoming transaction Cool


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November 17, 2012, 11:11:51 AM
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November 17, 2012, 11:48:58 AM
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November 17, 2012, 12:15:58 PM
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Lost Marginale (starting at 1 BTC, I had 24 BTC in total), but then I 50/50'd my remaining 8 BTC and won to 16 BTC. Then I played on 79% odds and got most of it back Smiley

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