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Author Topic: unmasked as a scam as casino steals over $3 million. OFFICIAL STORY  (Read 682 times)
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September 16, 2014, 06:36:53 AM

Bitcoin casinos have been know stranger to the Bitcoin community. Especially dice sites which provide a kick for many gamblers. Dice sites are a unique way of gambling as they have not yet seen much success in the real world but are operating on large profits on the digital world.
As of lately many new dice sites have opened up accepting Bitcoin and other cryptocoins. While some of these casinos are bona fide many are bogus and fraudulent, rigging rolls to steal users Bitcoins and cryptocoins. Recently was found to be fraudulent as it was seen skipping nonces or results to make the outcome in favor of the house. This ultimately caused many customers to loose vast amounts of Bitcoin.

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I lost the liqour money boys...

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September 16, 2014, 08:30:41 AM

This isn't really news, everyone knows about it, and they didn't steal anywhere close to 3 million. They let everyone divest and apparently paid a few people back (albeit badly, or not fully)

The only people they stole from were the ones they weren't refunded for skipping nonces, and probably anyone invested against mateo.
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September 16, 2014, 11:08:55 AM

Bitcoin casinos have been know stranger to the Bitcoin community. Especially dice sites which......(snip)

Grammar check:  Do you mean "Bitcoin casinos have been NO stranger to the Bitcoin community" ?
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