We are using your site as 3rd party verifier to our rolls. At the moment we are linking to Primedice since we use exactly the same generation process, but it would be cool if you could create a page (even if not visible from the homepage or any other section) for this purpose.
@NLNico any comment regarding this?
No, I won't support your site in any way. Problem is that you are obviously faking stats. My site is all about statistics and doesn't make any stupid subjective ratings, but rather lists sites based on wagered stats as "popularity indicator". When sites like FortuneJack and now you, are faking stats, I see that as serious sketchy behavior. I won't list sites that do shit like that.
Anyone knows what happened to dicenow.com ?!?
Not sure. Begin June someone posted
that most BTC of Dicenow are from a hack. Owner didn't reply, but did change the OP 5 days later
saying "Dicenow.com is shutting down at the end of June. Please divest and withdraw all coins ASAP.
". So either way, looks like they are gone.
Generally when a site/owner becomes inactive it is a red flag. Ice Dice, Win88, Dicenow, Diggit (was offline for months, no reply from owner), Coinichiwa (owner gone for 6 months now), etc. Always risky to leave coins on a site with inactive owner.
Can you explain more clearly, please?
What's happen if all people or many many people win in a dice site?
More and more people play and the dice site will never die. What's mean that you say?
The maximum profit a player can win per bet, changes after each bet. This should be around 0.5-1% of the bankroll (or the "virtual bankroll" if margin-funding is allowed.) This way the player should never be able to win "all" the money based on the Kelly criterion