It has turned out:) it is necessary to not wait while there will pass check, and to press production!
By all thanks from Ukraine:)
I am pretty sure that you need to wait in order to not receive a 24 hour ban from the captcha.
Here is the reply from my captcha providers. Have a look at it and tell me if you fall under one of these categories.
Theres a few reasons why that user could be experiencing it most commonly we see it’s from simply not providing the right answer.
Another common reason is that a user will wait more then 15 minutes after their session is first generated to solve the captcha, likely from loading page and going away from computer or to another tab.
On a global level our v1.0 captcha platform had less then 10% incorrect submissions. We are trying to get v2.0 to less then 8% incorrect submissions. Where as recaptcha understands their capthas are hard and they try to allow a user to solve 1/3 captchas or 66% or less incorrect submissions.
We also see a few (very limited amount) users receiving a 24-hour ban for submitting a captcha (right or wrong) multiple times before the captcha even shows up. This is one of our bot detection tools as typically it should not be possible. v1.0 did have some users get caught in the net who were not botting and simply impatient. This possibility has been greatly reduced now that the field for typing in does not appear until timer ends.
We have seen a small number (less then .1%) (< 1/1000) which have actually submitted the correct answer and received failed captcha status. This is something we are actively working to reproduce in a controlled environment to learn more of but we believe its due to sessions timing out early before the submission is finished.
I hate these captcha videos
expecially when I use my tablet
I'll prefer to wait 15 second of ad link like adfly or coinurl and then solve a google captcha
All to not see these videos again
Many referral of mine abandoned the game in the first days
It require great application at start
Maybe you should think something for newcomer to make them addicted more with the game
Maybe an alternative game that let you earn a small amount of gold, useful in the first days but obsolete in the upper levels
It could be a random bonus too. Do you know Ore-mine ?
I like their bonus System.
However you did a great job with the site. You have all my appreciation. The art has improved too and you take care pretty well of the site.
Keep up the good work
It's not a lucrative game and It's impegnative
But for some reasons I started to love it and I feel potential in it.
Thank you for your feedback - I will reply here in a couple of minutes with a detailed response.
EDIT: I understand that some people are not a big fan of the video captcha - it is still under development and will be more mobile/tablet friendly in the future.
However, at this stage it will be impossible to keep this site running without it. I'll explain why further down.
Your idea about something for newcomers which will become obsolete later on isn't a bad idea. I will think of something - maybe something closely related to the bonus that ore-mine offers.
I am happy that you like the site so far - I am pouring my heart and soul into this project and always aim to make it better for you guys without compromising the longevity of the site.
Regarding the game being lucrative and the fact that the video captcha is needed:
I do not agree that the site is not that lucrative.
Between paying hosting & advertisement and saving up for paying users once the highly upgraded users start redeeming, the profit margin is rather slim.
Since the launch of Alpha - the site has generated around 2BTC in deposits and advertisement. However, I've paid ~0,5 in hosting & domain alone so far. On top of that comes advertisement and the fact that the site needs to have enough funds ready once users start withdrawing on a daily basis.
Personally, I do not regard deposits as profit - seeing as users will eventually be able to withdraw it back (unless they keep spending the funds on autominer and other non-permanent upgrades).
I do not even dare mentioning how much I've spent out of my own pockets to realize this site.
Although I can tell you that I have outsourced a little of the programming and all of the graphics.