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November 07, 2012, 08:49:06 PM
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We have officially launched support for 2-Factor Auth for withdrawals! We utilize Google Authenticator, and allow you to set up your account to require an OTP before every withdrawal request.

That is awesome! Thanks!


and redeem private key (w/ button for scan QR code) to add funds.

Unfortunately, we have back-burnered this feature (again). Sorry about getting your hopes up before, but there just isn't a good option here implementation-wise.

Incidentally, piuk made it pretty easy to offer this where you don't need to add the private key to your own wallet, ... simply supply the destination address in an API call:

I have been meaning to add this ability to the blockchain.info API for a while. You can now replace the guid in the send api (https://blockchain.info/api/api_send) with a Hex encoded private key.

https://blockchain.info/merchant/4d6c9dff493fcd2da9508e01c8b13461d37e3d8b6df1732942d3257874051362/payment?to=$address&amount=$amount

$address = destination bitcoin address.
$amount = amount to send in satoshi.

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November 08, 2012, 02:05:20 AM
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Incidentally, piuk made it pretty easy to offer this where you don't need to add the private key to your own wallet, ... simply supply the destination address in an API call:

Oh, good to know! In general, I prefer things that don't rely on any centralized third-parties, but this may be a good solution to get this out the door before bitcoind 0.8 is released. We'll look into this.

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November 12, 2012, 09:53:48 PM
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It's been a while since I bumped this thread, and I just noticed something that kind of bugged me, so here goes:

I played some roulette, won, cashed out, requested a BTC withdrawal, and then noticed I had forgotten to check the 'provably fair' data for my last spin.

So I bought back into the roulette table hoping to be able to copy/paste the 'last spin' data, but all the fields under 'last spin' were blank.

How about remembering the last spin data between sessions?  I'm guessing that cashing out and buying back in is what is causing the fields to be cleared.

In this case I don't really care, since I won on my last spin anyway, but in general I would like the last spin data to be available until after my next spin...

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November 12, 2012, 09:57:15 PM
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Oh, and since I'm here...

I just deposited, played a little, and then withdrew.

The withdrawal is pending since my deposit didn't confirm yet.

It occurred to me that you could use the same strategy as SatoshiDice, and allow instant withdrawals by using my unconfirmed deposit as one of the inputs to the withdrawal transaction.  That way if my deposit turns out to be a double-spend and so never confirms, neither will the withdrawal.  (Since transactions can't be confirmed unless all their inputs are also confirmed).

That way you can allow instant yet risk-free withdrawals, even for people whose deposits haven't yet confirmed.

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November 12, 2012, 10:18:49 PM
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Every once in a while I get a little chuckle out of this thread. I love your attitude, lib. I'm constantly amazed that you haven't lost your cool yet.

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November 12, 2012, 10:27:31 PM
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Every once in a while I get a little chuckle out of this thread. I love your attitude, lib. I'm constantly amazed that you haven't lost your cool yet.

Yeah, surely by now you want to start telling me that my girlfriend is imaginary and banning me and all my friends from playing at your site even though I've never broken any of your terms and conditions.  That seems like the obvious thing to do.

I'm amazed you can take so much free constructive criticism from me without flying off the handle in a drunken rage.

It's almost as if you're running a professional operation or something.  Smiley

Edit: oops.  I forgot why I came back here.  I was just playing with the 2-factor authentification.  It works well, but I can still log in and lose my balance with just my regular password.  It would be nice to have an option for whether the 2-factor auth is required only for withdrawal and changing security settings, or for every login.  For me, having an attacker lose my balance to the house would be just as upsetting as having them withdraw it to their own address.

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November 13, 2012, 04:50:58 AM
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Bug report -

I was playing blackjack for 100 millibitcoins per hand and was dealt an 11 vs dealer's 9 (I think?). I doubled, hit 21 and won the hand. I clicked cashout and it would not let me cash out. So I bet 1 millibitcoin and lost the next hand and it let me cash out.

I also think your craps game was rolling two hands at once or doing something crazy. It happened fast, but it looked like I won my don't pass odds bet as well as the bet I had an don't come at the same time. I could be wrong because the animations were happening pretty fast.
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November 13, 2012, 11:03:51 PM
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Every once in a while I get a little chuckle out of this thread. I love your attitude, lib. I'm constantly amazed that you haven't lost your cool yet.

Thanks Cheesy Frankly, I'm constantly amazed at how supportive the bitcoin community is. That's something I wasn't really expecting when we first launched, but it has proved to be an incredible asset. Everyone here believes in the transformation power of bitcoin, which I think really helps create a positive environment.

Every once in a while I get a little chuckle out of this thread. I love your attitude, lib. I'm constantly amazed that you haven't lost your cool yet.

Yeah, surely by now you want to start telling me that my girlfriend is imaginary and banning me and all my friends from playing at your site even though I've never broken any of your terms and conditions.  That seems like the obvious thing to do.

I'm amazed you can take so much free constructive criticism from me without flying off the handle in a drunken rage.

It's almost as if you're running a professional operation or something.  Smiley

I'm going to stay out of this, but I will say that I respect you both highly, and I really do hope you can resolve your differences.

I was just playing with the 2-factor authentification.  It works well, but I can still log in and lose my balance with just my regular password.  It would be nice to have an option for whether the 2-factor auth is required only for withdrawal and changing security settings, or for every login.  For me, having an attacker lose my balance to the house would be just as upsetting as having them withdraw it to their own address.

We hadn't really considered the possibility of your attacker just being spiteful when we first built this Smiley You raise a good point though - we'll add an extra option to require the OTP for logging in as well.

Bug report -

I was playing blackjack for 100 millibitcoins per hand and was dealt an 11 vs dealer's 9 (I think?). I doubled, hit 21 and won the hand. I clicked cashout and it would not let me cash out. So I bet 1 millibitcoin and lost the next hand and it let me cash out.

I believe this was a temporary issue that we introduced, and should be fixed now. Sorry about that! What's your bitZino account name? I'll comp you some BTC to make up for this.

I also think your craps game was rolling two hands at once or doing something crazy. It happened fast, but it looked like I won my don't pass odds bet as well as the bet I had an don't come at the same time. I could be wrong because the animations were happening pretty fast.

Hmm, I doubt that it was actually playing 2 hands at once, because our backend system would completely disallow that. However, it may have been an animation glitch. We'll keep an eye out for this! Also please let me know if you find a way to replicate it Smiley

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November 16, 2012, 05:24:43 AM
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It would be nice to have an option for whether the 2-factor auth is required only for withdrawal and changing security settings, or for every login.  For me, having an attacker lose my balance to the house would be just as upsetting as having them withdraw it to their own address.

We've added the option to require 2-factor auth when logging in. Thanks for the feedback!

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November 16, 2012, 04:55:01 PM
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It would be nice to have an option for whether the 2-factor auth is required only for withdrawal and changing security settings, or for every login.  For me, having an attacker lose my balance to the house would be just as upsetting as having them withdraw it to their own address.

We've added the option to require 2-factor auth when logging in. Thanks for the feedback!

Thanks, but it's a day too late.  It looks like an attacker got into my account yesterday and lost my whole balance.  It looks like he played a dumb martingale strategy on roulette and hit 10 blacks in a row.

Yeah, that's probably what happened alright...  Wink

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November 17, 2012, 12:17:05 PM
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Hmm, I've got errors about it being open in another window or something frequently when I was playing on my iPhone over 3G. When I logged into my laptop and stopped playing it on my iPhone, same problem. Couldn't play / bet blackjack at all. Is this a known issue with accessing it from mobile browsers?
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November 17, 2012, 02:58:00 PM
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It would be nice to have an option for whether the 2-factor auth is required only for withdrawal and changing security settings, or for every login.  For me, having an attacker lose my balance to the house would be just as upsetting as having them withdraw it to their own address.

We've added the option to require 2-factor auth when logging in. Thanks for the feedback!

Thanks, but it's a day too late.  It looks like an attacker got into my account yesterday and lost my whole balance.  It looks like he played a dumb martingale strategy on roulette and hit 10 blacks in a row.

Yeah, that's probably what happened alright...  Wink

It looks like the attacker came from your IP address. Are you sure that the attacker didn't break into your home specifically to play on bitZino under your account? You may want to beef up your physical security Wink

Hmm, I've got errors about it being open in another window or something frequently when I was playing on my iPhone over 3G. When I logged into my laptop and stopped playing it on my iPhone, same problem. Couldn't play / bet blackjack at all. Is this a known issue with accessing it from mobile browsers?

Hm, I can't seem to replicate this issue. I just tested it out on my ipod touch, and it worked correctly for me.

That error will show up if you leave a browser window open, and go on to play the same game in another window or on another computer, and then come back to the original game and try to play (Basically, anytime your game is out of sync). You can ensure that error never happens by just refreshing the page before you start a new session. Also, the error should cause the page to refresh, so it should happen at most once.

We did have a buggy release live for a few hours the other day, and you may have been affected by it. Would you mind testing again if you get a chance?

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November 21, 2012, 09:32:35 PM
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November 21, 2012, 09:39:39 PM
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November 22, 2012, 01:59:26 AM
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What's the odds of 10 in a row? I was doing good until that run of bad luck hit and wiped me out.

If each spin was 50/50, it would be 1023 to 1 against getting 10 reds in a row.

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>>> 2**10 - 1
1023

But there's a green too, so it's 1345.8 to 1 against.

Code:
>>> (37/18.0)**10 - 1
1345.7661421344362

I've seen it happen twice and I've played a lot less than 1000 spins.

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November 22, 2012, 02:44:20 AM
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Thanks, maybe I should stretch my go broke point out to 15 plays or so.

The problem then is that you can't bet more than 0.00061 BTC on your first bet, or you'll hit the house limit of 10 BTC before your 15th play.  So you'll only be 'earning' 0.00061 BTC each time you spin a red, and it will take you forever to earn just 1 BTC.

Code:
>>> 0.5**15 * 20
0.0006103515625

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November 22, 2012, 06:38:34 PM
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I figured I'd round out the all-red and all-black screenshots with an all-green one.

Note that this screenshot is totally fake though Smiley You'd probably have a better chance of mining a block with a vacuum-tube CPU than ever seeing this happen.

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November 28, 2012, 11:01:26 AM
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I've seen it happen twice and I've played a lot less than 1000 spins.

I often come up against runs of the same colour, but usually they max out around 8 in a row. Twice I have hit 10 and been eaten up.
To be fair, I probably spun about 5000 times. How it goes I guess. Ah well, still not down as much on roulette as I am on SD lol.

If you guys are interested, I'd be happy to send you CSVs of your spin history so you can do some deeper statistical analysis. Dooglus, looking at your account, it looks like you've actually played 1244 roulette spins Wink

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November 28, 2012, 04:55:54 PM
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Dooglus, looking at your account, it looks like you've actually played 1244 roulette spins Wink

1244 spins at Roulette! What a degenerate!  Kiss
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November 28, 2012, 05:55:24 PM
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Dooglus, looking at your account, it looks like you've actually played 1244 roulette spins Wink

Wow.  Time flies when you're enjoying yourself!  Smiley

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