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May 21, 2013, 05:24:36 PM
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tmobile have done satoshidice a favor by blocking US access to it,

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May 21, 2013, 06:07:53 PM
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I posted this on another statistical analysis forum but hope more will see it here.

Been watching this thread for a couple weeks or so now, just joined so I had the ability to post. I have around 400 usd invested in Satoshi Dice, but I think the site needs to expand or it will eventually die out. The problem with betting bitcoins is many who mine them use them as investments or flat out sell them to those who use them as investments. Imo bitcoin has become too expensive of a commodity and SatoshiDice needs to branch out with other coins like LTC or FTC for example. With the lack of places to use these coins, those who mine them have a lot less worth for them and have less of a problem gambling them away. The key to a site like Satoshidice is the law of averages which basically states the more bets taken results in a percentage closer to the 1.9% profit. This is just my two cents, but I strongly believe if satoshidice either mined a base amount of altcoins or bought them, then allowed people to play with them, the coin prices would not only go up (instant advantage for satoshidice), but monthly we would see more profit. This is just my opinion, but feel free to respond to it. Regardless im a satoshi dice believer.
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May 21, 2013, 10:28:12 PM
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I posted this on another statistical analysis forum but hope more will see it here. [ ... ]

Link ?

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May 22, 2013, 01:04:23 AM
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Link ?

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May 22, 2013, 01:51:44 AM
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Ah, I was hoping for a "statistical analysis forum". That would have been cool! Well, for me anyway.


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May 26, 2013, 03:05:02 AM
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Congratulations to SD on a nice write-up in the Business Week technology section this morning.  You guys are moving bitcoin forward.

http://www.businessweek.com/articles/2013-01-03/bitcoin-making-online-gambling-legal-in-the-u-dot-s-dot#r=nav-r-story

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May 26, 2013, 03:12:35 AM
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Congratulations to SD on a nice write-up in the Business Week technology section this morning.  You guys are moving bitcoin forward.

http://www.businessweek.com/articles/2013-01-03/bitcoin-making-online-gambling-legal-in-the-u-dot-s-dot#r=nav-r-story

This is funny.

Heh.. little did they know
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May 26, 2013, 07:50:47 AM
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Site experiencing issue atm ?

recent bet seems frozen oO
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May 26, 2013, 07:53:57 AM
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Site experiencing issue atm ?

recent bet seems frozen oO

Same on my end. Doubt it's affecting bets though, or else people would be swarming here complaining Tongue
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May 26, 2013, 07:56:10 AM
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Site experiencing issue atm ?

recent bet seems frozen oO

Same on my end. Doubt it's affecting bets though, or else people would be swarming here complaining Tongue

Have bet Cheesy and no return :/

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May 26, 2013, 08:05:49 AM
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I posted this on another statistical analysis forum but hope more will see it here.

Been watching this thread for a couple weeks or so now, just joined so I had the ability to post. I have around 400 usd invested in Satoshi Dice, but I think the site needs to expand or it will eventually die out. The problem with betting bitcoins is many who mine them use them as investments or flat out sell them to those who use them as investments. Imo bitcoin has become too expensive of a commodity and SatoshiDice needs to branch out with other coins like LTC or FTC for example. With the lack of places to use these coins, those who mine them have a lot less worth for them and have less of a problem gambling them away. The key to a site like Satoshidice is the law of averages which basically states the more bets taken results in a percentage closer to the 1.9% profit. This is just my two cents, but I strongly believe if satoshidice either mined a base amount of altcoins or bought them, then allowed people to play with them, the coin prices would not only go up (instant advantage for satoshidice), but monthly we would see more profit. This is just my opinion, but feel free to respond to it. Regardless im a satoshi dice believer.


horrible idea
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May 26, 2013, 09:26:53 AM
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I posted this on another statistical analysis forum but hope more will see it here.

Been watching this thread for a couple weeks or so now, just joined so I had the ability to post. I have around 400 usd invested in Satoshi Dice, but I think the site needs to expand or it will eventually die out. The problem with betting bitcoins is many who mine them use them as investments or flat out sell them to those who use them as investments. Imo bitcoin has become too expensive of a commodity and SatoshiDice needs to branch out with other coins like LTC or FTC for example. With the lack of places to use these coins, those who mine them have a lot less worth for them and have less of a problem gambling them away. The key to a site like Satoshidice is the law of averages which basically states the more bets taken results in a percentage closer to the 1.9% profit. This is just my two cents, but I strongly believe if satoshidice either mined a base amount of altcoins or bought them, then allowed people to play with them, the coin prices would not only go up (instant advantage for satoshidice), but monthly we would see more profit. This is just my opinion, but feel free to respond to it. Regardless im a satoshi dice believer.


horrible idea

It isn't that bad of idea.. It's not as if SD has anything to lose doing it. It's simply expanding. And he's completely right on the idea that people have less value placed in something they don't have many options to spend with it. And there's no doubt at all that people are more likely to gamble away money they care about less.

No need to shoot him down like that?..
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May 26, 2013, 11:25:50 AM
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I posted this on another statistical analysis forum but hope more will see it here.

Been watching this thread for a couple weeks or so now, just joined so I had the ability to post. I have around 400 usd invested in Satoshi Dice, but I think the site needs to expand or it will eventually die out. The problem with betting bitcoins is many who mine them use them as investments or flat out sell them to those who use them as investments. Imo bitcoin has become too expensive of a commodity and SatoshiDice needs to branch out with other coins like LTC or FTC for example. With the lack of places to use these coins, those who mine them have a lot less worth for them and have less of a problem gambling them away. The key to a site like Satoshidice is the law of averages which basically states the more bets taken results in a percentage closer to the 1.9% profit. This is just my two cents, but I strongly believe if satoshidice either mined a base amount of altcoins or bought them, then allowed people to play with them, the coin prices would not only go up (instant advantage for satoshidice), but monthly we would see more profit. This is just my opinion, but feel free to respond to it. Regardless im a satoshi dice believer.


horrible idea

It isn't that bad of idea.. It's not as if SD has anything to lose doing it. It's simply expanding. And he's completely right on the idea that people have less value placed in something they don't have many options to spend with it. And there's no doubt at all that people are more likely to gamble away money they care about less.

No need to shoot him down like that?..


his idea would require Satoshidice to have a large supply of worthless alt-coins in order to pay winners.  LTC, okay maybe.. but if they stockpile up on worthless POOPcoins, scamcoins, and rapemecoins then that means they would have to make an initial investment into the currency to do that.  They would be taking on massive risk. It just makes no fucking sense as a company to invest in a starting pile of Shrute Bucks just to bring in more people. That's like sticking your dick in a bear trap, just to see if it will know its not a bear..
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May 26, 2013, 12:06:45 PM
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Yes, let SDICE make, 5 BTC a month in extra profit from all those worthless coins?

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May 26, 2013, 04:22:49 PM
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Hey all,

Site processing was down temporarily. All is well, site is back up now, and bets are clearing through. It's great to see so many people using the new live chat and support feature!
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May 26, 2013, 04:26:36 PM
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I posted this on another statistical analysis forum but hope more will see it here.

Been watching this thread for a couple weeks or so now, just joined so I had the ability to post. I have around 400 usd invested in Satoshi Dice, but I think the site needs to expand or it will eventually die out. The problem with betting bitcoins is many who mine them use them as investments or flat out sell them to those who use them as investments. Imo bitcoin has become too expensive of a commodity and SatoshiDice needs to branch out with other coins like LTC or FTC for example. With the lack of places to use these coins, those who mine them have a lot less worth for them and have less of a problem gambling them away. The key to a site like Satoshidice is the law of averages which basically states the more bets taken results in a percentage closer to the 1.9% profit. This is just my two cents, but I strongly believe if satoshidice either mined a base amount of altcoins or bought them, then allowed people to play with them, the coin prices would not only go up (instant advantage for satoshidice), but monthly we would see more profit. This is just my opinion, but feel free to respond to it. Regardless im a satoshi dice believer.


horrible idea

It isn't that bad of idea.. It's not as if SD has anything to lose doing it. It's simply expanding. And he's completely right on the idea that people have less value placed in something they don't have many options to spend with it. And there's no doubt at all that people are more likely to gamble away money they care about less.

No need to shoot him down like that?..


his idea would require Satoshidice to have a large supply of worthless alt-coins in order to pay winners.  LTC, okay maybe.. but if they stockpile up on worthless POOPcoins, scamcoins, and rapemecoins then that means they would have to make an initial investment into the currency to do that.  They would be taking on massive risk. It just makes no fucking sense as a company to invest in a starting pile of Shrute Bucks just to bring in more people. That's like sticking your dick in a bear trap, just to see if it will know its not a bear..

Fair call, fair call.

There are some well established ones.
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May 26, 2013, 05:27:50 PM
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I tried accessing the website last night and again this morning and saw:



I'm in Canada, and pretty far from the US border.

'whois' on my IP address tells me:

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NetRange:       198.254.128.0 - 198.254.255.255
CIDR:           198.254.128.0/17
OriginAS:       AS22995
NetName:        XPLORNET-012
NetHandle:      NET-198-254-128-0-1
Parent:         NET-198-0-0-0-0
NetType:        Direct Allocation
RegDate:        2012-04-30
Updated:        2012-04-30
Ref:            http://whois.arin.net/rest/net/NET-198-254-128-0-1

OrgName:        Xplornet Communications Inc.
OrgId:          BARRE-2
Address:        300 Lockhart Rd
Address:        D
City:           Woodstock
StateProv:      NB
PostalCode:     E7M-5C3
Country:        CA

so it's pretty clear it's a Canadian IP address.

Are you deliberately blocking all of Canada now as well, or is this a misconfiguration of something?

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May 26, 2013, 07:38:01 PM
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I tried accessing the website last night and again this morning and saw:



I'm in Canada, and pretty far from the US border.

'whois' on my IP address tells me:

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NetRange:       198.254.128.0 - 198.254.255.255
CIDR:           198.254.128.0/17
OriginAS:       AS22995
NetName:        XPLORNET-012
NetHandle:      NET-198-254-128-0-1
Parent:         NET-198-0-0-0-0
NetType:        Direct Allocation
RegDate:        2012-04-30
Updated:        2012-04-30
Ref:            http://whois.arin.net/rest/net/NET-198-254-128-0-1

OrgName:        Xplornet Communications Inc.
OrgId:          BARRE-2
Address:        300 Lockhart Rd
Address:        D
City:           Woodstock
StateProv:      NB
PostalCode:     E7M-5C3
Country:        CA

so it's pretty clear it's a Canadian IP address.

Are you deliberately blocking all of Canada now as well, or is this a misconfiguration of something?
Hi!
This is a mistake which will be taken care of as soon as possible.
We have no plans to block Canadian IPs.
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May 26, 2013, 07:39:02 PM
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I tried accessing the website last night and again this morning and saw:



I'm in Canada, and pretty far from the US border.

'whois' on my IP address tells me:

Quote
NetRange:       198.254.128.0 - 198.254.255.255
CIDR:           198.254.128.0/17
OriginAS:       AS22995
NetName:        XPLORNET-012
NetHandle:      NET-198-254-128-0-1
Parent:         NET-198-0-0-0-0
NetType:        Direct Allocation
RegDate:        2012-04-30
Updated:        2012-04-30
Ref:            http://whois.arin.net/rest/net/NET-198-254-128-0-1

OrgName:        Xplornet Communications Inc.
OrgId:          BARRE-2
Address:        300 Lockhart Rd
Address:        D
City:           Woodstock
StateProv:      NB
PostalCode:     E7M-5C3
Country:        CA

so it's pretty clear it's a Canadian IP address.

Are you deliberately blocking all of Canada now as well, or is this a misconfiguration of something?
Hi!
This is a mistake which will be taken care of as soon as possible.
We have no plans to block Canadian IPs.
Best regards
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May 26, 2013, 08:17:52 PM
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Well as they say Spirits Are Always With You  Grin

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