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block explorer for test platform:
http://lottoshares.42tx.com/

you can see your ticket transactions.

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Thanks freetrade.   I would also suggest adding a sort of block explorer tab that will display the numbers that are called, if it's not too much of a pain.   I think that would make the game more playable and lead to a wider adoption.
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For now, you'll need to infer from the amounts - amounts of around 10 are mined. Everything else is a ticket payout.

I'll be polishing up the interface over the next week to provide better information on what's what - you could also use separate clients for mining/playing for the next few days to make things clearer.
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How can I tell the difference between blocks mined by my cpu and ticket payouts?   I see a ton of mined transactions.

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Ok. Good luck!

For the test platform, every ticket is a winner!

2 numbers returns your stake,
1 number gives you one hundredth of your stake back
0 numbers gives you one tenth of your stake back
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Code: [Select]
Status: 1583 confirmations
Date: 6/24/14 23:02
Source: Generated
Credit: 194.13745532 LTS (matures in 106929 more blocks)

Is the maturity rate for the LTS correct?  I want to gamble.

Yes, for MMC, PTS, AGS and the 30%, maturation is at a random block, after 2 months and less than 14 months, using the genesis block as a seed. This is because some of these balances can be very large and we don't want them flooding the market from the outset. BTC and DOGE balances are small and can be used right away. Subsidies for processing tickets can be used after 10 blocks or so.

Or send me your address and I'll send you some coins to test with.

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Thanks man, I'd like to try it out.
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Code: [Select]
Status: 1583 confirmations
Date: 6/24/14 23:02
Source: Generated
Credit: 194.13745532 LTS (matures in 106929 more blocks)

Is the maturity rate for the LTS correct?  I want to gamble.

Yes, for MMC, PTS, AGS and the 30%, maturation is at a random block, after 2 months and less than 14 months, using the genesis block as a seed. This is because some of these balances can be very large and we don't want them flooding the market from the outset. BTC and DOGE balances are small and can be used right away. Subsidies for processing tickets can be used after 10 blocks or so.

Or send me your address and I'll send you some coins to test with.

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Code: [Select]
Status: 1583 confirmations
Date: 6/24/14 23:02
Source: Generated
Credit: 194.13745532 LTS (matures in 106929 more blocks)

Is the maturity rate for the LTS correct?  I want to gamble.
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OK - seems to be working.

My linux packages are available at http://software.opensuse.org/download.html?project=home%3Ap_conrad%3Acoins&package=lottoshares - or will be, when the build service comes up again. :-/
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Okay - floating point arithmetic bug was causing slightly different balances in genesis block on linux vs windows, resulting in errors. Should be fixed now.
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Cass did it, http://bitshares.org/lottoshares-launch-countdown/

Now we just need some text and the exact time to put in the countdown! o/

What say you, FreeTrade?

I think the countdown code was a bit buggy, working off local client time rather than UTC time - so maybe look at fixing that. I'll get you an exact UTC time shortly - after I've got some of the other bugs ironed out.
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Hm, now it loads the sharedrop files, but still it fails. This is in the log (openSUSE-12.3 on x86_64):

Thanks, yes, we got some kind of floating point arithmetic bug. I'm working on it.
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PMing Cass to do one on the bitshares.org site at least, replacing the old one.

Cass did it, http://bitshares.org/lottoshares-launch-countdown/

Now we just need some text and the exact time to put in the countdown! o/

What say you, FreeTrade?