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May 23, 2012, 10:48:52 AM
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Hi there,

i've started Lucky-BTC, which is an alternative to SatoshiDice.
You can pay in a fixed ticket price in a pool and each transaction getting a random number.
If the number is one of the pools numbers, you win the pool size.
The payments reaching Lucky-BTC if they are getting into to Blockchain.

http://www.lucky-btc.com

Lucky playing!
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May 23, 2012, 11:12:01 AM
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Hi there,

i've started Lucky-BTC, which is an alternative to SatoshiDice.
You can pay in a fixed ticket price in a pool and each transaction getting a random number.
If the number is one of the pools numbers, you win the pool size.
The payments reaching Lucky-BTC if they are getting into to Blockchain.

http://www.lucky-btc.com

Lucky playing!

You should try something like a pre generated hash to verify that you are indeed using a random number. Like what satoshidice did: http://satoshidice.com/secrets.php

My BTC Tip Jar: 1Pgvfy19uwtYe5o9dg3zZsAjgCPt3XZqz9 , GPG ID: B3AAEEB0 ,OTC ID: johnthedong
Escrow service is available on a case by case basis! (PM Me to verify I'm the escrow!)

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May 23, 2012, 11:43:04 AM
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Hi there,

i've started Lucky-BTC, which is an alternative to SatoshiDice.
You can pay in a fixed ticket price in a pool and each transaction getting a random number.
If the number is one of the pools numbers, you win the pool size.
The payments reaching Lucky-BTC if they are getting into to Blockchain.

http://www.lucky-btc.com

Lucky playing!

You should try something like a pre generated hash to verify that you are indeed using a random number. Like what satoshidice did: http://satoshidice.com/secrets.php
Currently the number is generated by the C function rand (luckyNumber = rand() % 20).
I think that's a better way if i combine processing time, blocknumber and a part of the transaction id to generate the number.
What did you mean?
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May 23, 2012, 11:48:57 AM
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Hi there,

i've started Lucky-BTC, which is an alternative to SatoshiDice.
You can pay in a fixed ticket price in a pool and each transaction getting a random number.
If the number is one of the pools numbers, you win the pool size.
The payments reaching Lucky-BTC if they are getting into to Blockchain.

http://www.lucky-btc.com

Lucky playing!

You should try something like a pre generated hash to verify that you are indeed using a random number. Like what satoshidice did: http://satoshidice.com/secrets.php
Currently the number is generated by the C function rand (luckyNumber = rand() % 20).
I think that's a better way if i combine processing time, blocknumber and a part of the transaction id to generate the number.
What did you mean?

I just meant that you'll need something that proves the results are actually pseudo-random, not manipulated by the system(for example the odds could be lesser if the person were betting a higher amount of money?). Satoshidice uses a pregenerated list of numbers, and he publishes the hashes before anyone plays to prove that the results were actually legit.

My BTC Tip Jar: 1Pgvfy19uwtYe5o9dg3zZsAjgCPt3XZqz9 , GPG ID: B3AAEEB0 ,OTC ID: johnthedong
Escrow service is available on a case by case basis! (PM Me to verify I'm the escrow!)

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May 24, 2012, 03:42:08 PM
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Hi there,

i've started Lucky-BTC, which is an alternative to SatoshiDice.
You can pay in a fixed ticket price in a pool and each transaction getting a random number.
If the number is one of the pools numbers, you win the pool size.
The payments reaching Lucky-BTC if they are getting into to Blockchain.

http://www.lucky-btc.com

Lucky playing!

You should try something like a pre generated hash to verify that you are indeed using a random number. Like what satoshidice did: http://satoshidice.com/secrets.php
Currently the number is generated by the C function rand (luckyNumber = rand() % 20).
I think that's a better way if i combine processing time, blocknumber and a part of the transaction id to generate the number.
What did you mean?

I just meant that you'll need something that proves the results are actually pseudo-random, not manipulated by the system(for example the odds could be lesser if the person were betting a higher amount of money?). Satoshidice uses a pregenerated list of numbers, and he publishes the hashes before anyone plays to prove that the results were actually legit.
I've changed the calculation and created an example.
Now it's all transaction and block based.

http://www.lucky-btc.com/calculation.html
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