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#1 ssj4mo

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Posted 31 October 2013 - 07:38 PM

Maybe we would have to call it a raffle if the server and company were located in the United States, but a mincoin lottery or raffle would be great.

 

To start, we have to assume that not many people would be using the service, so we'd want to make the total possible combinations relatively low.

So I suggest 3 Balls with a 29 Range (ex: Ball 1: 5; Ball 2: 27; Ball 3: 16)

The math for this is:
        29! / 3!(29-3)! which simplifies to 29!/6(26!) which equals 3,654 possible combinations.

 

The way it would work:

A certain amount of MNC (maybe .01, maybe .1, or whatever) gets you one "ticket".  You pick your numbers for your 3 balls.

We could do hourly drawings, and if after a drawing no one has picked the correct numbers, the MNCs go into the next batch, in the same way regular lottery works.  OR we could guarantee a winner every drawing.

 

IDK, it's something to think about.  I don't know if enough people would be interested in doing it.  But, let's talk about it.



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Posted 31 October 2013 - 10:16 PM

i love Lottery



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Posted 01 November 2013 - 09:23 PM

Anybody else?  Would anyone use something like this?



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Posted 04 November 2013 - 02:10 AM

I think I could be interested in something like this. It would have to be implemented by a transparent and very trustworthy setup though.



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Posted 06 November 2013 - 01:37 AM

Maybe we would have to call it a raffle if the server and company were located in the United States, but a mincoin lottery or raffle would be great.

 

To start, we have to assume that not many people would be using the service, so we'd want to make the total possible combinations relatively low.

So I suggest 3 Balls with a 29 Range (ex: Ball 1: 5; Ball 2: 27; Ball 3: 16)

The math for this is:
        29! / 3!(29-3)! which simplifies to 29!/6(26!) which equals 3,654 possible combinations.

 

The way it would work:

A certain amount of MNC (maybe .01, maybe .1, or whatever) gets you one "ticket".  You pick your numbers for your 3 balls.

We could do hourly drawings, and if after a drawing no one has picked the correct numbers, the MNCs go into the next batch, in the same way regular lottery works.  OR we could guarantee a winner every drawing.

 

IDK, it's something to think about.  I don't know if enough people would be interested in doing it.  But, let's talk about it.

 

 

Anybody else?  Would anyone use something like this?

 

 

I think I could be interested in something like this. It would have to be implemented by a transparent and very trustworthy setup though.

 

This sounds like a fun idea. I'm interested.


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Posted 12 November 2013 - 04:24 PM

Mincoin Raffles are a great idea. Mincoin lottery sounds good. If there is anything i can do to help, just let me know.



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Posted 12 November 2013 - 11:07 PM

How is this panning out? I love lottos haha.


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Posted 18 December 2013 - 05:05 AM

It is a fun and exciting game. Right now, I enjoy playing the lottery every now and then. Now, I can have as much as gambling deals that I want because of my virtual fund. As an online enthusiast, others would certainly enjoy this.


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