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Author Topic: CoinEZ 130% Ponzi +Lottery BTC DOGE XPY - ROUND #2 - Low min - shared wallets ok  (Read 5179 times)
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January 28, 2015, 07:49:44 AM
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I'll fix the coutdown when I get home from work, and will provide the details and txid's etc for the lottery winners.

everyone is waiting.....

The live countdown timer has been disabled for now until I can find a better library to use, or write my own.

Lottery results seem to have not quite gone to plan, some coins got sent to doge and XPY but not all from the lottery pot, so i've moved the remainder to a holding pot, BTC didn't send at all because the incorrect amount it was going to send was under the min.

I'll update more once I have it, Worst case I'll redraw and send from my own coins.

From the results recorded in the database, the 2 winners I can see are doge DCw7WiWv394Z2BrKfGiRsfcaPNoNvgfPFn and paycoin PUaVoG1yEES3j5pnaFbJZdu2HnQTresHbB
This game orr last round ?





Last round.

UPDATE: Countdown timer should now work in different timezones.

No, your site timer isn't working in different timezones. Just change your computer's clock and see yourself

Wow so clever, but totally wrong, changing time would of course make it wrong because your time is then wrong, you have to change timezones, that is confirmed as working but people in other time zones as well as by changing my own time zone.


You need to use either getTimezoneOffset() method or Date.UTC function in javascript....

Geez.. this is so easy, but why can't you resolve it ? I start to doubt that you have some skills in programming

Wrong, it needed a lot more than that as javascript doesn't have a proper system to do simple UTC and it has been fixed and confirmed.  as above you are testing it wrong.

another non paying scam Cheesy

It's only none paying because people aren't playing....  And that I cannot control.
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January 28, 2015, 07:55:58 AM
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yea you can get it moving op put in some btc!!
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January 28, 2015, 08:10:50 AM
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yea you can get it moving op put in some btc!!

If I was going to do that, i'd do that with one of the other coins.

I've now injected the rollover amount from the previous round into this round.
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January 28, 2015, 08:34:40 AM
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ok  Huh why is that?

That is how it tracks you as a player and knows where to send the funds back to.  Remeber shared wallets come from random addresses owned by the shared service, thats why on other sites you never get your money back when you send from a shared service.
so is this all automatic payouts says   Deposited   0.66021876  Paid out   0.39 ??

That is correct, because its working on the next payment still
how long does it take to work on one payment?
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January 28, 2015, 08:51:12 AM
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ok  Huh why is that?

That is how it tracks you as a player and knows where to send the funds back to.  Remeber shared wallets come from random addresses owned by the shared service, thats why on other sites you never get your money back when you send from a shared service.
so is this all automatic payouts says   Deposited   0.66021876  Paid out   0.39 ??

That is correct, because its working on the next payment still
how long does it take to work on one payment?

There's no fixed time frame, it depends on next investor after your deposit, for example, the first investor in this round was paid within 5 minutes after his deposit, but the second investor took hours to get his payment because of less deposited amount after his

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January 28, 2015, 09:15:24 AM
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ok  Huh why is that?

That is how it tracks you as a player and knows where to send the funds back to.  Remeber shared wallets come from random addresses owned by the shared service, thats why on other sites you never get your money back when you send from a shared service.
so is this all automatic payouts says   Deposited   0.66021876  Paid out   0.39 ??

That is correct, because its working on the next payment still
how long does it take to work on one payment?

There's no fixed time frame, it depends on next investor after your deposit, for example, the first investor in this round was paid within 5 minutes after his deposit, but the second investor took hours to get his payment because of less deposited amount after his

Thats correct, I think I'm going to upgrade the server and start adding lots of newer coins to bring in new members.  Been asked by Dopecoin and EAGS already to add.
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January 28, 2015, 09:21:10 AM
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Thats correct, I think I'm going to upgrade the server and start adding lots of newer coins to bring in new members.  Been asked by Dopecoin and EAGS already to add.

Thanks a lot for considering EAGS, am happy to see there's still a chance, a hope of EAGS being added at your site... Thanks again... Wink

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January 28, 2015, 07:02:39 PM
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OK, with round 2 ending I've decided to make some changes, I'm going to add a lot of new coins from active communities but this means I need to change the server, so to do that I'm going to stop the system from starting a new round at the end of this round while I move everything.

If you have any suggestions of coins you want to see added please let me know.
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January 28, 2015, 07:08:18 PM
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any rough idea when the next round will start then ,later tonight , tomorrow , friday
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January 28, 2015, 07:17:26 PM
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any rough idea when the next round will start then ,later tonight , tomorrow , friday

It depends how fast the datacenter sets up the new server, at a guess, friday as I'll need to compile and sync the new coins.  I'll update at each stage though.
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January 29, 2015, 12:10:16 PM
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New server is now live, so installing all of the wallets etc, still on target for restarting tomorrow, with lots of new coins.
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January 30, 2015, 10:01:15 AM
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The datacenter set up the server slightly wrong so have had to start again, so I don't have to keep putting back the days, I'm going to say next round should start Sunday.

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