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    Serlite
  • Wagered (BTC)
    10.58449703
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    29.39557660
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    15.06123649
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  1. Whew, a nice and straightforward promo with easily-scriptable conditions! 97.46 Bet: 36,912,213,926 placed by Serlite on 16/09/2019 Wagered 0.03900000 Multiplier 6.00x Profit 0.19500000 4.66 Bet: 36,912,738,296 placed by Serlite on 16/09/2019 Wagered 0.00014000 Multiplier 6.00x Profit 0.00070000 As for the script, here's one I dug up and updated for this challenge. Good luck! Just remember to set bethigh to true/false depending on whether you're hunting over or under. chance = 16.5 nextbet = 0.00014 bethigh = false currency = "Ltc" function dobet() -- break down roll number into comparable components local digit4 = round((lastBet.Roll * 100) % 10) -- get last digit of bet ID local betIdString = tostring(lastBet.Id) local lastBetIdDigit = string.sub(betIdString, string.len(betIdString)) if digit4 == 6 and lastBetIdDigit == "6" and win then print(lastBet.Id) stop() end end function round(x) return math.floor(x + 0.5) end
  2. Not going to be in the top entrants, I'm just not rich/lucky enough to get there, haha! Bet: 36,389,546,839 placed by Serlite on 09/09/2019 Wagered 0.03900000 Multiplier 8.00x Profit 0.27312597 Bet: 36,389,547,365 placed by Serlite on 09/09/2019 Wagered 0.03900000 Multiplier 8.00x Profit 0.27312597 Bet: 36,389,547,884 placed by Serlite on 09/09/2019 Wagered 0.03900000 Multiplier 8.00x Profit 0.27312597 Bet: 36,389,548,381 placed by Serlite on 09/09/2019 Wagered 0.03900000 Multiplier 8.00x Profit 0.27312597 As for the script - well, it won't improve your chances, but it'll let you know when you get a new best streak. Should be familiar to some of you: chance = 12.3750 nextbet = 0.039 bethigh = true currency = "Xrp" local bestStreak = 0 local streakNumbers = {} function dobet() if win then table.insert(streakNumbers, lastBet.Id) if bestStreak < currentstreak then ching() print("New best streak: "..tostring(currentstreak)) printSet(streakNumbers) bestStreak = currentstreak end else streakNumbers = {} end end function printSet(set) local printedString = "" for key, value in pairs(set) do printedString = printedString..tostring(value).." " end print(printedString) end
  3. Uuugh, variance did not smile upon me this time...about 6500 rolls to get these two wins: Bet: 35,899,540,075 placed by Serlite on 02/09/2019 Wagered 0.00015000 Multiplier 7.50x Profit 0.00097500 Bet: 35,899,822,934 placed by Serlite on 02/09/2019 Wagered 0.00015000 Multiplier 119.28x Profit 0.01774157 As for the script, you really only need one for the first part; the second one doesn't really need any special code: chance = 13.2 nextbet = 0.00015 bethigh = false currency = "Ltc" function dobet() -- get last 2 digits of bet ID local betIdString = tostring(lastBet.Id) local lastBetIdDigits = string.sub(betIdString, string.len(betIdString) - 1) if lastBetIdDigits == "75" and win then print(lastBet.Id) ching() stop() end end
  4. Yeah, like how many tabs precede each line of code. Many languages use curly braces to indicate scope, but that can still be hard to read if you don't use whitespace properly. Python requires you to arrange your code in a (more) readable fashion, which is a great habit to get into.
  5. Yeah, Python's a good language to start off with. Since the indentation actually matters (affects execution scope), it encourages you to learn good coding practices around readability that you can carry over to other languages. And it's really flexible so you can do all sorts of fun projects with it, like Twitch plays Pokemon!
  6. Aaah, a plain old rollhunt. Easy to understand, easy to script! 37.73 Bet: 35,510,685,334 placed by Serlite on 26/08/2019 Wagered 3.80000000 Multiplier 1.01x Profit 0.03876000 37.00 Bet: 35,512,411,559 placed by Serlite on 26/08/2019 Wagered 0.00013800 Multiplier 1.01x Profit 0.00000141 73.00 Bet: 35,513,164,785 placed by Serlite on 26/08/2019 Wagered 0.00013800 Multiplier 1.01x Profit 0.00000141 73.73 Bet: 35,514,589,302 placed by Serlite on 26/08/2019 Wagered 0.00013800 Multiplier 1.01x Profit 0.00000141 3.70 Bet: 35,516,626,359 placed by Serlite on 27/08/2019 Wagered 0.00013800 Multiplier 1.01x Profit 0.00000141 Now, for the script - it's just the same old rollhunt script, with the numbers updated: chance = 98 nextbet = 3.8 bethigh = false currency = "Doge" numbersToHunt = {0.37, 0.73, 3.70, 7.30, 37.00, 37.37, 37.73, 73.00, 73.37, 73.73} function dobet() if containedInSet(lastBet.Roll, numbersToHunt) then print(lastBet.Roll) print(lastBet.Id) ching() stop() end end function containedInSet(x, set) for key, value in pairs(set) do if x == value then return true end end return false end
  7. Yay, this one was tons easier than the last! Still blew through my Doge, but I didn't have much to begin with. Bet: 35,092,686,442 placed by Serlite on 19/08/2019 Wagered 0.00014000 Multiplier 11.00x Profit 0.00140000 Bet: 35,092,686,896 placed by Serlite on 19/08/2019 Wagered 0.00014000 Multiplier 11.00x Profit 0.00140000 Bet: 35,092,687,358 placed by Serlite on 19/08/2019 Wagered 0.00014000 Multiplier 11.00x Profit 0.00140000 As for the script...well, I've posted it before. But here it is again chance = 9 nextbet = 0.00014 bethigh = true currency = "Ltc" function dobet() if win then print(lastBet.Id) end if currentstreak >= 3 then stop() end end
  8. Back in the day when PD had a faucet (and a pretty big one at that), some other players and I did all-in faucet bets on 9900x. It can be a really discouraging multiplier to hunt given how much variance can affect you (with tens of thousands of rolls between wins), but I was able to keep at it to at least hit the multiplier once. With that under my belt, I haven't really hunted it since.
  9. These days, I just get my fix out of hunting those forum challenges. (They're mostly profitable!) I don't have that much money to throw around, and I know I can easily succumb to addictive tendencies if I'm not thinking straight, so I'd rather not open up that possibility by getting into the habit of regularly depositing on PD.
  10. This was a bit of a slog - but hey, I'm alright with long, low-multiplier challenges. 32.23 Bet: 34,585,464,529 placed by Serlite on 12/08/2019 Wagered 3.90000000 Multiplier 1.01x Profit 0.03978000 21.12 Bet: 34,587,839,563 placed by Serlite on 12/08/2019 Wagered 3.90000000 Multiplier 1.01x Profit 0.03978000 10.01 Bet: 34,614,807,808 placed by Serlite on 12/08/2019 Wagered 0.00013000 Multiplier 1.01x Profit 0.00000133 00.00 Bet: 34,619,513,769 placed by Serlite on 12/08/2019 Wagered 0.00013000 Multiplier 1.01x Profit 0.00000133 As for the script...naaah, you don't need a script for this one - you've got all the rollhunt scripts I've already written in the past. That's what I used!
  11. Whew, made it. Another nice and simple rollhunt, I don't mind! 08.40 Bet: 34,561,697,910 placed by Serlite on 11/08/2019 Wagered 3.80000000 Multiplier 1.01x Profit 0.03876000 48.48 Bet: 34,562,492,845 placed by Serlite on 11/08/2019 Wagered 3.80000000 Multiplier 1.01x Profit 0.03876000 48.00 Bet: 34,569,596,338 placed by Serlite on 11/08/2019 Wagered 3.80000000 Multiplier 1.01x Profit 0.03876000 00.04 Bet: 34,570,139,232 placed by Serlite on 11/08/2019 Wagered 3.80000000 Multiplier 1.01x Profit 0.03876000 00.48 Bet: 34,571,084,664 placed by Serlite on 11/08/2019 Wagered 3.80000000 Multiplier 1.01x Profit 0.03876000 As for the script...well, it's a rollhunt script, so you should have a million of those by now. But just in case: chance = 98 nextbet = 3.8 bethigh = false currency = "Doge" numbersToHunt = {00.04, 00.48, 04.80, 48.00, 48.48, 84.84, 84.00, 08.40, 00.84, 00.08} function dobet() if containedInSet(lastBet.Roll, numbersToHunt) then print(lastBet.Roll) print(lastBet.Id) ching() stop() end end function containedInSet(x, set) for key, value in pairs(set) do if x == value then return true end end return false end
  12. Bleh, did I ever mention that I hate high multiplier challenges? Well, I hate high multiplier challenges! They're always so horribly expensive! This one munched up all my Doge and my XRP, gah. 100x Bet: 33,640,177,762 placed by Serlite on 29/07/2019 Wagered 0.03000000 Multiplier 100.00x Profit 2.97000000 Bet: 33,640,205,621 placed by Serlite on 29/07/2019 Wagered 0.03000000 Multiplier 100.00x Profit 2.97000000 600x Bet: 33,641,112,559 placed by Serlite on 29/07/2019 Wagered 0.00011000 Multiplier 582.35x Profit 0.06394882 Now, for the script - it's only for the first part, since the second part is just rolling until you win. No point scripting that! chance = 0.99 nextbet = 0.03 bethigh = false currency = "Xrp" local maximumBetsFromFirstWin = 60 local firstWin = -1 local betsSinceFirstWin = -1 function dobet() if firstWin != -1 then betsSinceFirstWin += 1 -- Reset if too many bets, otherwise check if done if betsSinceFirstWin > maximumBetsFromFirstWin then firstWin = -1 betsSinceFirstWin = -1 bethigh = false elseif win then print("Finished") print(firstWin) print(lastBet.Id) stop() end elseif win then firstWin = lastBet.Id betsSinceFirstWin = 0 bethigh = true end end
  13. Even though there haven't always been laws that directly concerning cryptocurrencies, the government can still probably regulate them in much the same way as property sales. For example, there aren't laws directly concerning lawnmowers either - but if you bought a lawnmower at one price, then sold it to someone else for more, that profit you made is still taxable income. You could think of cryptocurrencies as the same sort of thing - they're property, just not the physical sort.
  14. For those people, Coinbase still has a record of your initial investment in BTC (if you bought through them). The government may not know exactly what happened to the BTC after (whether you sold at a profit/loss, or held), but I reckon those letters are going to be a demand for financial records indicating what they did with that BTC, so the government can determine whether they owe them any additional income taxes. It's basically the IRS doing an audit on your taxes - and in that case, the onus is on you to supply the paperwork showing you paid everything you owed. If you can't cough it up...they've got the power to charge you back taxes, fines, or even charge you with tax fraud. Just something that comes with using a centralized exchange that has implemented KYC.
  15. Whew, a nice and simple rollhunt this time. Didn't cost me that much... 26.36 Bet: 33,288,950,731 placed by Serlite on 22/07/2019 Wagered 3.50000000 Multiplier 1.01x Profit 0.03570000 26.26 Bet: 33,290,079,837 placed by Serlite on 22/07/2019 Wagered 3.50000000 Multiplier 1.01x Profit 0.03570000 36.26 Bet: 33,290,356,382 placed by Serlite on 22/07/2019 Wagered 3.50000000 Multiplier 1.01x Profit 0.03570000 As for the script...you should have this script a dozen times over already, haha. It's just a normal roll hunt! Look through my post history if you haven't copied it down, and update it for this challenge. Good hunting!
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