How to Use
- Visit the Trust Dice website (https://trustdice.win/) to access the Trust Dice web version
- Install (or access) Scatter (https://get-scatter.com) for the desktop version is recommended. Alternatively, you can create a new EOS address or use your existing one by importing private keys.
- Navigate to the Trust Dice website. https://trustdice.win/
The Trust Dice EOS DApp has a lot of functionalities just as most dice game on the EOS blockchain. The probability of winning is determined by the user because it is the user that determines the level of risk he is willing to take using the slider bar. The slider is numbered one (1) to ninety nine (99) but can only be adjusted from four (4) to ninety five (95). Different odds are attached to these various numbers along the slider bar which determines the profit the user will get from a roll. There is provision for Auto play which enables users to set a continuous play on behalf of the user until he stops it.
Yes, Turst Dice is provably fair. Random numbers are generated by the use of two seeds: Server Seed and Client Seed. Before the start of one bet, the Server Seed and is hashed and shown and can be randomized by, the Client Seed can be customized by the player. Since you choose your own Client Seed, there is no way for us to alter the outcome without the verification failing. When you start a game, the seed pairs is sent to Trust Dice's smart contract, which combines the seed pairs to get a random number and decides whether you win or lose, and sends you the winnings you have won.
While playing the Trust Dice game, users can actually mine the TXT token up to 50% percent of what is available in the reward pool using the Wager to Mine mechanism (WoM). This mechanism enable users enjoy the experience while they make more profit mining TXT token. All other technicalities as regards the token distribution apart from the mining process can be seen on the screenshots.
A total of 5 billion TXT token is available for distribution in the following pattern:
The mining power is calculated as: Mining Power = Wager Amount * (1 + Mining Bonus).
The initial value of Mining Bonus is 0. This can be increase by staking more TXT.
|Staked TXT||Mining Bonus|
|≥ 3 000||5%|
|≥ 10 000||10%|
|≥ 30 000||14%|
|≥ 50 000||18%|
|≥ 100 000||22%|
|≥ 500 000||25%|
|≥ 5 000 000||28%|
|≥ 50 000 000||30%|
Rating 19/25 = Acceptable
< 13 (avoid) | 14-16 (bad) | 17-19 (acceptable) | 20-22 (good) | 23-25 (exceptional)
Speed on Desktop
Given the app speed on Desktop to be 71 out of 100, we can comfortably say that the app is fairly fast with an average speed.
Speed on Mobile
Given its speed on mobile to be 1 out of 100, the Trust Dice mobile app has proven to be of poor standing with an extremely slow speed.
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