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Bet Verification (Provably Fair)


Katarina
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Good day everyone!  :) 

Stake is the most fair and transparent online casino in the business. Founded by a group of industry veterans with the goal of freeing players from deceptive and shady traditional online casino practices. We vow to provide the first truly fair online gambling experience: https://stake.com/provably-fair/overview

In this thread, you will be given a detailed explanation of how to verify your bets using our verification system, but also using an open-source third-party one.

How to verify your bets using Stake verification tool:

1. Open a bet and click on "Provable Fairness".

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2. After you do so, you will see the bet verification details, but before we proceed to the actual verification, we will need to change/rotate the seed pair! To do so, simply click on "Rotate your seed pair in order to verify this bet". Please note that it is necessary to rotate the seed pair before verification!

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3. You will then input the new client seed and click on "Change". If you want the new client seed to be randomly generated, just click on "Change" and you will be given a new random client seed.

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4. Now from the bet history open the bet you want to verify and click on "Verify bet". You can find the bet history under Account>Transactions>Bets: https://stake.com/transactions/bets

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This will lead you to the "Verify" tab where you will be able to see how your bet looks like and what the outcome is. Additionally, you will see there all the bet info you need for a verification on any other verification tool that supports the games we have (game name, client and Server seed, and nonce).

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*If you want to see the detailed calculation breakdown of that bet, click on "View Calculation Breakdown" and a new tab with further details of the bet will pop up:

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** On the following link, you can verify any bet you wish to if you enter the needed data: https://stake.com/provably-fair/calculation

Open-Source third-party verification tool:

The direct link to the verification tool: https://www.provablyfair.me/casino/stake-verifier/

Follow the above listed steps and then just copy and paste the data into the designated fields.

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I sincerely hope this was helpful. :)

Should you have any additional questions or doubts, feel free to comment on this thread.

Have a lovely day everyone! :) 

 

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18 hours ago, keemar said:

Even you explain all about that provably fair i dont know what do you mean xD i am to stupid to read that. But i believe this site is legit :D Goodluck everyone! :)

If you want to learn how to do it, just follow the tutorial and give it a try. ;) If you get stuck somewhere and need some assistance, just pm me and I will try to assist you. :) 

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yeah very good info @Katarina , maybe seuntjie can put this link into hes bot, maybe something like !provablyfair or else :D

here the article about provably fair more detail and very long explanation xD

 

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hello @Katarina i get point here from create this topic :D 

so my question is: how do i use the verification results to compared the ball path? does the 8 pin only use the first 8 direction (the left, right, left ,right, etc.)? and the max results is 16 pin, while the results have 20 direction. or does it use all 20 direction on any pin choice?

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On 4/10/2018 at 5:27 AM, keemar said:

Even you explain all about that provably fair i dont know what do you mean xD i am to stupid to read that. But i believe this site is legit :D Goodluck everyone! :)

lol :))
Me too :))
I really hope next day I won't be prisoned by cops because I sit at this forum :)

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