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    Dan got a reaction from jamyr in What would you like to see in the next version of Primedice?   
    How would i work?
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    Dan got a reaction from MiaMia in Guide to using the Primedice API   
    Using the Primedice API
    Graphql endpoint: https://api.primedice.com/graphql 
    Authentication
    You can authenticate with graphql via the http header. We utilise jwt token's for authentication which can be found via https://primedice.com/settings/tokens or for an unrestricted token (access to everything on your account) you can obtain it from your browser's local storage.
    Authenticated requests require that you use this token in your header by adding it to the "x-access-token" property.
    { "x-access-token": "token goes here" }  
    Schema
    Our schema is now locked down and private. To help support developers, I have created this topic to provide assistance to those who would like insights into certain queries or mutations. When someone requests details for a certain aspect of the schema, I will append this topic with the relevant details required to conduct such a query or mutation.
    Terminology: With graphql, queries are the equivalent of a GET request, where you are asking for information to be returned, whereas a mutation is a POST request where you generally invoke an action.
     
    API Client
    When working with debugging queries using our API, theres a fair few API clients you can utilise to test that you are getting the responses you need. I currently use (and highly recommend) https://insomnia.rest/. It allows you to not only do standard REST requests with API's but also GraphQL requests. It's a great way to test that your queries are working before you throw them into your projects.
     
    Examples
    Send Message Mutation (sends a message to a chat channel)  [Authenticated]
    mutation { sendMessage(chatId: "chat_id_goes_here", message: "message_goes_here") { id user { name } } } Public Chats Query (search for all public chat channels) [Unrestricted]
    query { publicChats { id name } } Bet List Query (lookup a players bet history)  [Unrestricted]
    { user(name: "Dan") { houseBetList(limit: 50, offset: 0) { id iid bet { ... on CasinoBet { game payout amountMultiplier payoutMultiplier amount currency createdAt } } } } } Bet Info Query (lookup a specific bet)  [Unrestricted]
    { bet(iid: "house:32361565304") { id iid bet { ... on CasinoBet { game payout payoutMultiplier amount createdAt currency user { name } state { ... on CasinoGamePrimedice { result target condition } } } } } } Roll Dice (make a dice bet) [Authenticated]
    mutation { primediceRoll(amount: 1, target: 50, condition: above, currency: doge) { id payout amountMultiplier payoutMultiplier createdAt nonce } }  
    Please use this topic to submit a request on how to do a certain action with our API and I will ensure to get back to you with the necessary information.
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    Dan got a reaction from jamyr in Forum Questions and Information   
    Disclaimer: I have put together some documentation regarding the various features available to the members of this forum. Feel free to ask any other questions that have not been answered here.
    _______________________________________________
    Table of Contents
    Profiles Signatures Reputation Warnings Pay per Post Rank Restrictions Forum Rules FAQ's ________________________________________________
     
    1. Profiles
    The immediate feature that you should become accustomed to is your own unique user profile. Each user has their own way to express themselves in the community by editing the various components made available to you. To begin adjusting your profile, simply go to your profile page by clicking on your account name at the top of the forum, as demonstrated in the image to the right.
    From your profile you can edit and enable a few cool features. The first thing I suggest doing (if you haven't already) is to add an avatar and a cover photo to your profile. You can see an example of this by viewing mine here. However, please note that your Forum avatar and cover photo shouldn't advertise other websites.
    You can also enable status updates by choosing edit profile > enable status updates. This works similar to most social network platforms, in that it allows you to post updates, that might be relevant to those who browse your profile. This particular feature is very useful for instances where you may be away for for a while and want people who are looking for you to be aware.

     
     
    2. Signatures
    So you are probably wondering, how do I get a sexy signature, at the bottom of my posts? Well its rather simple really. In order to enable signatures for both viewing and to display your own, you need to go to your account settings. See the image to the right for location. Once there, select signature form the list of items on the left. Then all you need to do is enable signatures and be sure to add your own in the area provided.
    There are a few rules when adding a signature to your posts.
    Only one image per signature is permitted, with the dimensions being no larger than 500 x 100 pixels. You can only put a maximum of three different links in your signature. Your signature can be no larger than three lines. Your signature cannot contain clean or referral links (except PD ones), or any other form of advertising. If at any point you wish to change your signature preferences or even just hide a particular users signature, you can do so by clicking on the small "x" button at the top right corner of their signature, as demonstrated in the picture below.

     
     
    3. Reputation
    The community reputation system is built purely off of your participation on the forum, and how well you are received by your fellow peers. If the content you post is liked, then other members are able to up-vote your post or topic to show their appreciation.  Alternatively if you post spam or content that isn't very useful, then other users have the ability to down-vote your content, which reduces your reputation. Anyone caught abusing this feature will be banned, without appeal.
    This system helps provide a platform that grants the ability to judge how useful a person is to this community, and will be used to assist with promoting members of the community.  If you support or like a persons contribution. Instead of replying to their topic saying 'thank you', use the vote-up feature and give them some reputation!
    You can view the reputation leader board here.
    Those users who succeed in receiving high praise for their content will be awarded weekly, by receiving a community reputation badge that appears on their profile. You can view a users reputation on their user profile or their postbit, which is located next to any comment or post on the forum.
     
     
    4. Warnings
    Moderators have the ability to use the warn system, to control excessive flooding of the forum or to help assist members who are in breach of the rules. You can view any form of warning restrictions associated to a forum account by viewing that users profile.
    Warning restrictions can include: Spamming, Inappropriate Language (in particular personal attacks), Signature Violation, Abusive Behaviour, Topic Bumping, etc.
    The result of such warnings can be the restrictions associated to posting, and a complete ban.
     
     
    5. Pay per Post
    Satoshi's are awarded for participation in the forum and traded freely amongst members of this community. They are awarded as follows:
    Up to 5,000 satoshi's are credited for a topic. Up to 2,000 satoshi's are credited for a reponse a topic. You can view all transaction history for your satoshi's, by viewing the transaction log for your account from the forum index. These satoshi's will be used for certain purchases that will be made available in the near future.
    You will also find that certain categories don't add satoshi's to your account when posting. This is setup intentionally to help keep the content posted consistent. The following areas are not included in the pay per post scheme: Announcements & Important Information, Marketplace, Forum Support and Off Topic.  This will be reviewed regularly.
    Note: How much you earn per topic/post is determined by an algorithm that takes the following things into consideration.
    How long you have been apart of the community. How much contribution/post activity you have. How many warning points you have obtained. If your post is plagiarised. If your topic or post is relevant to the area you posted. For information on how to cash out your forum credits, please check this topic:
     
     
    6. Rank Restrictions
    Noob (0-99 post count)
    Capped at 15 posts per day. No signature. Cannot give trader feedback. Cannot send or receive forum satoshi. 3 month appeal period for warning. Member (100-999 post count)
    Capped at 30 posts per day. Signature now unlocked with 1 image. Trader feedback unlocked. Forum satoshi trading unlocked. 1 month appeal period for warning. Increased pay per post value rating. Respected (Promoted by staff)
    Capped at 50 posts per day. Bypass flood control. Maximum pay per post value rating.  
     
    7. Forum Rules
     
     
    7. FAQ's
    A: https://invisioncommunity.com/developers/rest-api
     
    A: https://forum.primedice.com/lostpassword/
     
    A: Any forum related issues or suggestions can be made in the Forum Support area.
     
    A: All Primedice support can be found in the Primedice Questions & Support area.
     
    A: Its very important that you understand the concept of posting meaningful content, and learn from your mistakes. Further reading can be found here regarding how to improve:
     
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    Dan reacted to toohoola in Guide to using the Primedice API   
    I don't really understand why does it have to be private, since pretty much all info available from sources, we just have to dig it out, but I respect your decision.
    You should also remove the API button from the footer in that case.
    Also I have to note your roll dice mutation returns your internal DB id and not the roll id. If someone wants to look up the roll id they have to use a separate query:
    query Betiid($betId: String!) { bet(betId: $betId) { id iid } } I needed the Tip mutation, so here it is for those who might need it and don't want to waste time opening the sources:
    mutation SendTipMutation( $userId: String! $amount: Float! $currency: CurrencyEnum! $isPublic: Boolean $chatId: String! ) { sendTip( userId: $userId amount: $amount currency: $currency isPublic: $isPublic chatId: $chatId ) { id amount currency user { id name } sendBy { id name balances { available { amount currency } } } } }  
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    Dan got a reaction from Bojana in Guide to using the Primedice API   
    Using the Primedice API
    Graphql endpoint: https://api.primedice.com/graphql 
    Authentication
    You can authenticate with graphql via the http header. We utilise jwt token's for authentication which can be found via https://primedice.com/settings/tokens or for an unrestricted token (access to everything on your account) you can obtain it from your browser's local storage.
    Authenticated requests require that you use this token in your header by adding it to the "x-access-token" property.
    { "x-access-token": "token goes here" }  
    Schema
    Our schema is now locked down and private. To help support developers, I have created this topic to provide assistance to those who would like insights into certain queries or mutations. When someone requests details for a certain aspect of the schema, I will append this topic with the relevant details required to conduct such a query or mutation.
    Terminology: With graphql, queries are the equivalent of a GET request, where you are asking for information to be returned, whereas a mutation is a POST request where you generally invoke an action.
     
    API Client
    When working with debugging queries using our API, theres a fair few API clients you can utilise to test that you are getting the responses you need. I currently use (and highly recommend) https://insomnia.rest/. It allows you to not only do standard REST requests with API's but also GraphQL requests. It's a great way to test that your queries are working before you throw them into your projects.
     
    Examples
    Send Message Mutation (sends a message to a chat channel)  [Authenticated]
    mutation { sendMessage(chatId: "chat_id_goes_here", message: "message_goes_here") { id user { name } } } Public Chats Query (search for all public chat channels) [Unrestricted]
    query { publicChats { id name } } Bet List Query (lookup a players bet history)  [Unrestricted]
    { user(name: "Dan") { houseBetList(limit: 50, offset: 0) { id iid bet { ... on CasinoBet { game payout amountMultiplier payoutMultiplier amount currency createdAt } } } } } Bet Info Query (lookup a specific bet)  [Unrestricted]
    { bet(iid: "house:32361565304") { id iid bet { ... on CasinoBet { game payout payoutMultiplier amount createdAt currency user { name } state { ... on CasinoGamePrimedice { result target condition } } } } } } Roll Dice (make a dice bet) [Authenticated]
    mutation { primediceRoll(amount: 1, target: 50, condition: above, currency: doge) { id payout amountMultiplier payoutMultiplier createdAt nonce } }  
    Please use this topic to submit a request on how to do a certain action with our API and I will ensure to get back to you with the necessary information.
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    Dan got a reaction from SEMPAXs in Guide to using the Primedice API   
    Using the Primedice API
    Graphql endpoint: https://api.primedice.com/graphql 
    Authentication
    You can authenticate with graphql via the http header. We utilise jwt token's for authentication which can be found via https://primedice.com/settings/tokens or for an unrestricted token (access to everything on your account) you can obtain it from your browser's local storage.
    Authenticated requests require that you use this token in your header by adding it to the "x-access-token" property.
    { "x-access-token": "token goes here" }  
    Schema
    Our schema is now locked down and private. To help support developers, I have created this topic to provide assistance to those who would like insights into certain queries or mutations. When someone requests details for a certain aspect of the schema, I will append this topic with the relevant details required to conduct such a query or mutation.
    Terminology: With graphql, queries are the equivalent of a GET request, where you are asking for information to be returned, whereas a mutation is a POST request where you generally invoke an action.
     
    API Client
    When working with debugging queries using our API, theres a fair few API clients you can utilise to test that you are getting the responses you need. I currently use (and highly recommend) https://insomnia.rest/. It allows you to not only do standard REST requests with API's but also GraphQL requests. It's a great way to test that your queries are working before you throw them into your projects.
     
    Examples
    Send Message Mutation (sends a message to a chat channel)  [Authenticated]
    mutation { sendMessage(chatId: "chat_id_goes_here", message: "message_goes_here") { id user { name } } } Public Chats Query (search for all public chat channels) [Unrestricted]
    query { publicChats { id name } } Bet List Query (lookup a players bet history)  [Unrestricted]
    { user(name: "Dan") { houseBetList(limit: 50, offset: 0) { id iid bet { ... on CasinoBet { game payout amountMultiplier payoutMultiplier amount currency createdAt } } } } } Bet Info Query (lookup a specific bet)  [Unrestricted]
    { bet(iid: "house:32361565304") { id iid bet { ... on CasinoBet { game payout payoutMultiplier amount createdAt currency user { name } state { ... on CasinoGamePrimedice { result target condition } } } } } } Roll Dice (make a dice bet) [Authenticated]
    mutation { primediceRoll(amount: 1, target: 50, condition: above, currency: doge) { id payout amountMultiplier payoutMultiplier createdAt nonce } }  
    Please use this topic to submit a request on how to do a certain action with our API and I will ensure to get back to you with the necessary information.
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    Dan reacted to hubinator in Dice Destruction!   
    Bet: 32,355,611,822
    placed by hubinator on 27/06/2019
    Wagered
    0.00010000 Multiplier
    2.00x Profit
    0.00010000
    Sorry. I forgot that I switched preferences to anonymous.
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    Dan got a reaction from UltraChief in Is it A Forum or A Pogrum?   
    Everyone who has complained about not getting paid has shown me examples of situations where they simply posted a one sentence response. The system is working as intended, thats not considered valuable contribution to the discussion.
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    Dan got a reaction from hui in Is it A Forum or A Pogrum?   
    Everyone who has complained about not getting paid has shown me examples of situations where they simply posted a one sentence response. The system is working as intended, thats not considered valuable contribution to the discussion.
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    Dan got a reaction from Steve in Dice Destruction!   
    Your bet is now anonymous, could you submit it again and try linking once more? Thanks!
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    Dan got a reaction from SEMPAXs in Is it A Forum or A Pogrum?   
    Everyone who has complained about not getting paid has shown me examples of situations where they simply posted a one sentence response. The system is working as intended, thats not considered valuable contribution to the discussion.
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    Dan got a reaction from MrNice23 in Is it A Forum or A Pogrum?   
    Everyone who has complained about not getting paid has shown me examples of situations where they simply posted a one sentence response. The system is working as intended, thats not considered valuable contribution to the discussion.
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    Dan got a reaction from MrNice23 in Is it A Forum or A Pogrum?   
    That would happen if it isn't high enough quality. If you would like, you can link me the three posts in that section and I can let you know what is wrong with the quality.
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    Dan got a reaction from MrNice23 in Is it A Forum or A Pogrum?   
    I am also confused. Here is your forum reward history for last few days? Could you let me know whats wrong so I can investigate. Cheers!
     

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    Dan got a reaction from bujangpopeye in Everything you need to know about Forum Rewards   
    Everything you need to know about the Forum Rewards system
    I have put together the following resource to help make things a bit more transparent regarding our contribution initiative, without providing a resource guidebook for people to exploit the system. This system has been setup to help encourage constructive participation in the discussion available.
     
    Evaluation Period
    During your first 30 posts with the community, your account undergoes an automated quality control period. Within this time period your post quality is evaluated using various methods to determine your initial value rating. The better quality your responses and posts are during this period, the higher your value rating starts. This value rating is determined by numerous factors, which include: the plagiarism score, the amount of responses and activity your topics produce, your responses quality, and a few other under the hood checks (post length, interval between posts, etc.)
     
    Earning Period
    At any point between 15-30 posts, you will start earning satoshi for your contribution, based on the value rating set in the evaluation period. The amount of potential satoishi you can receive per post or topic, is determined by your value rating. The cap for a single topic is 7,500 satoshi and for a single post is 3,000. Most users during the initial ranks of the forum will have a reduced potential intake, therefore the more you contribute the higher your payout.
     
    Regulations & Rules
    Users of Noob rank cannot transfer or receive forum satoshi from other users. Posting meaningless responses in order to try and farm the satoshi will result in initially a warning and then a permanent ban. You can appeal a warning three month after receiving it, but must demonstrate that you have improved on your error. You must have a primedice account linked to cash out your forum credits to. People who are caught with multiple accounts sharing a single device and or IP, will receive a warning/ban depending on severity. Not all sections of the forum provide payments for posting. This changes from time to time based on the desires and needs for activity in certain areas. It is pointless listing the areas, so a good rule of thumb is to post where you are interested. If the section is designed to be used for meaningless discussion, its probably not apart of the contribution initiative.
      Warnings
    The effect of warnings on your account decreases your potential earnings significantly. For every warning, you receive a fraction of the potential payout you would have otherwise received if you hadn't received it. This is set up to help encourage people to be more thoughtful when participating in discussions.
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    Dan got a reaction from bujangpopeye in A guide to posting meaningful content   
    Disclaimer: I see a lot of people on the forum posting topics which are nothing but a copy-paste from articles/magazines found online, etc. Please, do not do that. We will no longer tolerate peoples laziness. This community was setup as a request from the users to help build relationships and support the sharing of useful information. Since its launch, people have been abusing the privileges given to them by taking advantage of the forum rewards system and simply spamming the forums with any form of information they can find with a google search. We have no issues with you sharing and discussing any form of information here, but you need to be invested into the conversation, and not just reference some random, bit of information, that ultimately you don't care about.  Some of the behaviour of people here, has deterred a lot of productive members away from participating in discussion, and we are now going to take action to help prevent this.
    Instead of demonstrating what you shouldn't do, I am going to be proactive and list examples of how to properly present interesting information and to express your ideas effectively. Please be aware that copy & paste is considered plagiarism, and that will not be tolerated.
     
    Posting in announcements, events and giveaways
    Generally speaking, during a giveaway event or some kind of official activity, we encourage your participation in a fairly relaxed way. Post contribution can be anything, and as long as you aren't abusing any rules, will be considered as participation, and not deleted. These posts aren't usually granted any bits.
      Posting about news, hobbies and interests
    Do not simply post a link, or reference another article you found online. Sure we acknowledge that you may find something interesting online, but its irrelevant if you don't tell us why its interesting, or why you love it, or why you hate, it. Give an opinion, provide examples of where your opinion would benefit or be detrimental to the people involved. We highly value independent thought, and will reward users handsomely. The reputation granted by all moderators and administrators on here awards the author with bits. Think about how many staff are around, and how much you could make simply by posting 1 single good topic. 
      Posting guides and tutorials
    This is something we would love to see more of. It can't be plagiarised or stolen from other sites. Things like this always stimulate the responses of the community. If you have topics that are well received and users are drawn to participate in their discussion, its guaranteed to attract the attention of the staff here, and if they see value in what you have contributed, are sure to send reputation your way.
      Posting about cryptocurrency, gambling and markets
    This is a very important area of the forum for us, and its the most heavily abused outside of the off topic discussions. We don't want to remove the forum rewards completely, but if we see more abuse in this section, we may be forced to. This section needs better content and your contribution needs to be meaningful. For an example of what to discuss and how to present it, let's focus on gambling for the time being. If you have a strategy, or a great story, then perhaps lets add some context to the whole event that took place. Try to engage the readers, tell them how long you have been trialling this strategy, perhaps the hurdles you overcome to get to the successful final outcome. If you want to discuss other currencies, or even market products, don't simply ask the users for discussion about it, create discussion. Tell us the benefits of the altcoin, tell us the flaws or issues that might arise in its future. Give us a comparison to other similar currencies or products.  
    If we can get a better grasp on what meaningful content is and how to present it, perhaps we can even look at allowing bits earnt on all forums, instead of limiting it.  We wan't this whole forum to be a valuable resource that you can all use to benefit yourselves and each other. If you post something you have no intention on continuing the discussion about once its submitted, then is it really worth posting?
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    Dan got a reaction from bujangpopeye in Forum Questions and Information   
    As mentioned above, If you support or like a persons contribution. Instead of replying to their topic saying 'thank you', use the vote-up feature and give them some reputation!
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    Dan got a reaction from bujangpopeye in Forum Questions and Information   
    Disclaimer: I have put together some documentation regarding the various features available to the members of this forum. Feel free to ask any other questions that have not been answered here.
    _______________________________________________
    Table of Contents
    Profiles Signatures Reputation Warnings Pay per Post Rank Restrictions Forum Rules FAQ's ________________________________________________
     
    1. Profiles
    The immediate feature that you should become accustomed to is your own unique user profile. Each user has their own way to express themselves in the community by editing the various components made available to you. To begin adjusting your profile, simply go to your profile page by clicking on your account name at the top of the forum, as demonstrated in the image to the right.
    From your profile you can edit and enable a few cool features. The first thing I suggest doing (if you haven't already) is to add an avatar and a cover photo to your profile. You can see an example of this by viewing mine here. However, please note that your Forum avatar and cover photo shouldn't advertise other websites.
    You can also enable status updates by choosing edit profile > enable status updates. This works similar to most social network platforms, in that it allows you to post updates, that might be relevant to those who browse your profile. This particular feature is very useful for instances where you may be away for for a while and want people who are looking for you to be aware.

     
     
    2. Signatures
    So you are probably wondering, how do I get a sexy signature, at the bottom of my posts? Well its rather simple really. In order to enable signatures for both viewing and to display your own, you need to go to your account settings. See the image to the right for location. Once there, select signature form the list of items on the left. Then all you need to do is enable signatures and be sure to add your own in the area provided.
    There are a few rules when adding a signature to your posts.
    Only one image per signature is permitted, with the dimensions being no larger than 500 x 100 pixels. You can only put a maximum of three different links in your signature. Your signature can be no larger than three lines. Your signature cannot contain clean or referral links (except PD ones), or any other form of advertising. If at any point you wish to change your signature preferences or even just hide a particular users signature, you can do so by clicking on the small "x" button at the top right corner of their signature, as demonstrated in the picture below.

     
     
    3. Reputation
    The community reputation system is built purely off of your participation on the forum, and how well you are received by your fellow peers. If the content you post is liked, then other members are able to up-vote your post or topic to show their appreciation.  Alternatively if you post spam or content that isn't very useful, then other users have the ability to down-vote your content, which reduces your reputation. Anyone caught abusing this feature will be banned, without appeal.
    This system helps provide a platform that grants the ability to judge how useful a person is to this community, and will be used to assist with promoting members of the community.  If you support or like a persons contribution. Instead of replying to their topic saying 'thank you', use the vote-up feature and give them some reputation!
    You can view the reputation leader board here.
    Those users who succeed in receiving high praise for their content will be awarded weekly, by receiving a community reputation badge that appears on their profile. You can view a users reputation on their user profile or their postbit, which is located next to any comment or post on the forum.
     
     
    4. Warnings
    Moderators have the ability to use the warn system, to control excessive flooding of the forum or to help assist members who are in breach of the rules. You can view any form of warning restrictions associated to a forum account by viewing that users profile.
    Warning restrictions can include: Spamming, Inappropriate Language (in particular personal attacks), Signature Violation, Abusive Behaviour, Topic Bumping, etc.
    The result of such warnings can be the restrictions associated to posting, and a complete ban.
     
     
    5. Pay per Post
    Satoshi's are awarded for participation in the forum and traded freely amongst members of this community. They are awarded as follows:
    Up to 5,000 satoshi's are credited for a topic. Up to 2,000 satoshi's are credited for a reponse a topic. You can view all transaction history for your satoshi's, by viewing the transaction log for your account from the forum index. These satoshi's will be used for certain purchases that will be made available in the near future.
    You will also find that certain categories don't add satoshi's to your account when posting. This is setup intentionally to help keep the content posted consistent. The following areas are not included in the pay per post scheme: Announcements & Important Information, Marketplace, Forum Support and Off Topic.  This will be reviewed regularly.
    Note: How much you earn per topic/post is determined by an algorithm that takes the following things into consideration.
    How long you have been apart of the community. How much contribution/post activity you have. How many warning points you have obtained. If your post is plagiarised. If your topic or post is relevant to the area you posted. For information on how to cash out your forum credits, please check this topic:
     
     
    6. Rank Restrictions
    Noob (0-99 post count)
    Capped at 15 posts per day. No signature. Cannot give trader feedback. Cannot send or receive forum satoshi. 3 month appeal period for warning. Member (100-999 post count)
    Capped at 30 posts per day. Signature now unlocked with 1 image. Trader feedback unlocked. Forum satoshi trading unlocked. 1 month appeal period for warning. Increased pay per post value rating. Respected (Promoted by staff)
    Capped at 50 posts per day. Bypass flood control. Maximum pay per post value rating.  
     
    7. Forum Rules
     
     
    7. FAQ's
    A: https://invisioncommunity.com/developers/rest-api
     
    A: https://forum.primedice.com/lostpassword/
     
    A: Any forum related issues or suggestions can be made in the Forum Support area.
     
    A: All Primedice support can be found in the Primedice Questions & Support area.
     
    A: Its very important that you understand the concept of posting meaningful content, and learn from your mistakes. Further reading can be found here regarding how to improve:
     
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    Dan got a reaction from MrNice23 in My Biggest Mistake   
    I lost $7,000 bet on a tennis match that ended up being a bloodbath and the player who was heavily favourite got destroyed in straight sets.
  20. Haha
    Dan got a reaction from cryptomonkey in Bankbank stream #6 Strat showing (instead of giveaway)   
    I'm just forum admin XD
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    Dan got a reaction from Gaffar kanubhai in Everything you need to know about Forum Rewards   
    Everything you need to know about the Forum Rewards system
    I have put together the following resource to help make things a bit more transparent regarding our contribution initiative, without providing a resource guidebook for people to exploit the system. This system has been setup to help encourage constructive participation in the discussion available.
     
    Evaluation Period
    During your first 30 posts with the community, your account undergoes an automated quality control period. Within this time period your post quality is evaluated using various methods to determine your initial value rating. The better quality your responses and posts are during this period, the higher your value rating starts. This value rating is determined by numerous factors, which include: the plagiarism score, the amount of responses and activity your topics produce, your responses quality, and a few other under the hood checks (post length, interval between posts, etc.)
     
    Earning Period
    At any point between 15-30 posts, you will start earning satoshi for your contribution, based on the value rating set in the evaluation period. The amount of potential satoishi you can receive per post or topic, is determined by your value rating. The cap for a single topic is 7,500 satoshi and for a single post is 3,000. Most users during the initial ranks of the forum will have a reduced potential intake, therefore the more you contribute the higher your payout.
     
    Regulations & Rules
    Users of Noob rank cannot transfer or receive forum satoshi from other users. Posting meaningless responses in order to try and farm the satoshi will result in initially a warning and then a permanent ban. You can appeal a warning three month after receiving it, but must demonstrate that you have improved on your error. You must have a primedice account linked to cash out your forum credits to. People who are caught with multiple accounts sharing a single device and or IP, will receive a warning/ban depending on severity. Not all sections of the forum provide payments for posting. This changes from time to time based on the desires and needs for activity in certain areas. It is pointless listing the areas, so a good rule of thumb is to post where you are interested. If the section is designed to be used for meaningless discussion, its probably not apart of the contribution initiative.
      Warnings
    The effect of warnings on your account decreases your potential earnings significantly. For every warning, you receive a fraction of the potential payout you would have otherwise received if you hadn't received it. This is set up to help encourage people to be more thoughtful when participating in discussions.
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    Dan got a reaction from Cathiee in What would you like to see in the next version of Primedice?   
    Since the release of PD5, we wanted to open this discussion again for new and improved features to the site. Help us build on improving the number one dicing website but giving us your thoughts on the current platform and what could be done better. Let us know your thoughts!
    What are your thoughts with the current version of Primedice? What would you like to see in the next version of Primedice?
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    Dan got a reaction from Bimfo in A guide to posting meaningful content   
    Disclaimer: I see a lot of people on the forum posting topics which are nothing but a copy-paste from articles/magazines found online, etc. Please, do not do that. We will no longer tolerate peoples laziness. This community was setup as a request from the users to help build relationships and support the sharing of useful information. Since its launch, people have been abusing the privileges given to them by taking advantage of the forum rewards system and simply spamming the forums with any form of information they can find with a google search. We have no issues with you sharing and discussing any form of information here, but you need to be invested into the conversation, and not just reference some random, bit of information, that ultimately you don't care about.  Some of the behaviour of people here, has deterred a lot of productive members away from participating in discussion, and we are now going to take action to help prevent this.
    Instead of demonstrating what you shouldn't do, I am going to be proactive and list examples of how to properly present interesting information and to express your ideas effectively. Please be aware that copy & paste is considered plagiarism, and that will not be tolerated.
     
    Posting in announcements, events and giveaways
    Generally speaking, during a giveaway event or some kind of official activity, we encourage your participation in a fairly relaxed way. Post contribution can be anything, and as long as you aren't abusing any rules, will be considered as participation, and not deleted. These posts aren't usually granted any bits.
      Posting about news, hobbies and interests
    Do not simply post a link, or reference another article you found online. Sure we acknowledge that you may find something interesting online, but its irrelevant if you don't tell us why its interesting, or why you love it, or why you hate, it. Give an opinion, provide examples of where your opinion would benefit or be detrimental to the people involved. We highly value independent thought, and will reward users handsomely. The reputation granted by all moderators and administrators on here awards the author with bits. Think about how many staff are around, and how much you could make simply by posting 1 single good topic. 
      Posting guides and tutorials
    This is something we would love to see more of. It can't be plagiarised or stolen from other sites. Things like this always stimulate the responses of the community. If you have topics that are well received and users are drawn to participate in their discussion, its guaranteed to attract the attention of the staff here, and if they see value in what you have contributed, are sure to send reputation your way.
      Posting about cryptocurrency, gambling and markets
    This is a very important area of the forum for us, and its the most heavily abused outside of the off topic discussions. We don't want to remove the forum rewards completely, but if we see more abuse in this section, we may be forced to. This section needs better content and your contribution needs to be meaningful. For an example of what to discuss and how to present it, let's focus on gambling for the time being. If you have a strategy, or a great story, then perhaps lets add some context to the whole event that took place. Try to engage the readers, tell them how long you have been trialling this strategy, perhaps the hurdles you overcome to get to the successful final outcome. If you want to discuss other currencies, or even market products, don't simply ask the users for discussion about it, create discussion. Tell us the benefits of the altcoin, tell us the flaws or issues that might arise in its future. Give us a comparison to other similar currencies or products.  
    If we can get a better grasp on what meaningful content is and how to present it, perhaps we can even look at allowing bits earnt on all forums, instead of limiting it.  We wan't this whole forum to be a valuable resource that you can all use to benefit yourselves and each other. If you post something you have no intention on continuing the discussion about once its submitted, then is it really worth posting?
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    Dan got a reaction from MartianArmy in Everything you need to know about Forum Rewards   
    Everything you need to know about the Forum Rewards system
    I have put together the following resource to help make things a bit more transparent regarding our contribution initiative, without providing a resource guidebook for people to exploit the system. This system has been setup to help encourage constructive participation in the discussion available.
     
    Evaluation Period
    During your first 30 posts with the community, your account undergoes an automated quality control period. Within this time period your post quality is evaluated using various methods to determine your initial value rating. The better quality your responses and posts are during this period, the higher your value rating starts. This value rating is determined by numerous factors, which include: the plagiarism score, the amount of responses and activity your topics produce, your responses quality, and a few other under the hood checks (post length, interval between posts, etc.)
     
    Earning Period
    At any point between 15-30 posts, you will start earning satoshi for your contribution, based on the value rating set in the evaluation period. The amount of potential satoishi you can receive per post or topic, is determined by your value rating. The cap for a single topic is 7,500 satoshi and for a single post is 3,000. Most users during the initial ranks of the forum will have a reduced potential intake, therefore the more you contribute the higher your payout.
     
    Regulations & Rules
    Users of Noob rank cannot transfer or receive forum satoshi from other users. Posting meaningless responses in order to try and farm the satoshi will result in initially a warning and then a permanent ban. You can appeal a warning three month after receiving it, but must demonstrate that you have improved on your error. You must have a primedice account linked to cash out your forum credits to. People who are caught with multiple accounts sharing a single device and or IP, will receive a warning/ban depending on severity. Not all sections of the forum provide payments for posting. This changes from time to time based on the desires and needs for activity in certain areas. It is pointless listing the areas, so a good rule of thumb is to post where you are interested. If the section is designed to be used for meaningless discussion, its probably not apart of the contribution initiative.
      Warnings
    The effect of warnings on your account decreases your potential earnings significantly. For every warning, you receive a fraction of the potential payout you would have otherwise received if you hadn't received it. This is set up to help encourage people to be more thoughtful when participating in discussions.
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    Dan got a reaction from Xlmcoins in Everything you need to know about Forum Rewards   
    Everything you need to know about the Forum Rewards system
    I have put together the following resource to help make things a bit more transparent regarding our contribution initiative, without providing a resource guidebook for people to exploit the system. This system has been setup to help encourage constructive participation in the discussion available.
     
    Evaluation Period
    During your first 30 posts with the community, your account undergoes an automated quality control period. Within this time period your post quality is evaluated using various methods to determine your initial value rating. The better quality your responses and posts are during this period, the higher your value rating starts. This value rating is determined by numerous factors, which include: the plagiarism score, the amount of responses and activity your topics produce, your responses quality, and a few other under the hood checks (post length, interval between posts, etc.)
     
    Earning Period
    At any point between 15-30 posts, you will start earning satoshi for your contribution, based on the value rating set in the evaluation period. The amount of potential satoishi you can receive per post or topic, is determined by your value rating. The cap for a single topic is 7,500 satoshi and for a single post is 3,000. Most users during the initial ranks of the forum will have a reduced potential intake, therefore the more you contribute the higher your payout.
     
    Regulations & Rules
    Users of Noob rank cannot transfer or receive forum satoshi from other users. Posting meaningless responses in order to try and farm the satoshi will result in initially a warning and then a permanent ban. You can appeal a warning three month after receiving it, but must demonstrate that you have improved on your error. You must have a primedice account linked to cash out your forum credits to. People who are caught with multiple accounts sharing a single device and or IP, will receive a warning/ban depending on severity. Not all sections of the forum provide payments for posting. This changes from time to time based on the desires and needs for activity in certain areas. It is pointless listing the areas, so a good rule of thumb is to post where you are interested. If the section is designed to be used for meaningless discussion, its probably not apart of the contribution initiative.
      Warnings
    The effect of warnings on your account decreases your potential earnings significantly. For every warning, you receive a fraction of the potential payout you would have otherwise received if you hadn't received it. This is set up to help encourage people to be more thoughtful when participating in discussions.
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