Based off the popular Bustabit game concept, EtherCrash.io is a cryptocurrency crash game site that allows players to use Ethereum to put their HODLing skills to the test.
How To Play
To play at EtherCrash.io, all you’ll need is a positive account balance. To start, select the amount of “Ethos” you’d like to bet, as well as an automatic cash out multiplier, then click the big, purple “Bet” button.Watch the multiplier increase from 1.00x upwards. If you’re feeling doubtful, you can always cash out your bet before your set up cash out limit by pressing the ‘Cash Out’ button.Winning bets get multiplied by their respective multiplier, but be warned, the multiplier could crash at any random moment, so if you do not cash out before the bust, you’ll lose your entire bet.There is no limit to how high the multiplier can go. However, if during a game the house is facing a net loss of 1.125% of the bankroll or greater, the server will automatically scale down all players’ winnings proportionately. The current maximum profit per round is displayed at the top of the game.Do you take the conservative route and cash out at 1.1x your original bet, or do you chase the 100,000x multiplier? Players looking for a quick 2.00x multiplier double up will be excited to learn that it only takes 10 seconds to double your investment.
Players at EtherCrash.io are also given the option to bet automatically each round with a fixed bet and cashout amount, or the option to increase or decrease bet and cashout sizing based on previous outcomes.Like Bustabit, users can also create their own scripts. This feature, however, should be used with extreme caution. No bets can or will be refunded in case of errors.
Security & Fairness
The crash point for each round at EtherCrash.io is randomly generated by a hash chain whose seed itself was randomly generated. Once created, the hash chain and the crash points cannot be tampered with by anyone.You can verify that each random crash point belongs to the EtherCrash hash chain by inputting any game hash
After taking into consideration the 0.5% Social Bonus awarded at the conclusion of each round, EtherCrash.io has a house edge under 1.0%. The expected return of each wager is displayed below the “Bet” button under “Win Chance”.
Since EtherCrash is a real-time, networked game (a game that your client talks to over the internet), there is a delay between the time that you click the cash out button and the time that the server receives your cash out event.The farther you are from the server and the worse your internet connection is, then the longer it takes for your events to reach the EtherCrash game server. Under perfect circumstances, your message can travel to the server at the speed of light, but it still takes light 134 milliseconds to travel around the world.The best tool against network lag is to use the auto cash out feature. Since your auto cash out is sent to the server before the game starts, the server can cash you out regardless of lag. For example, if you are on a bad connection and you want to cash out at 2x, then we recommend setting your auto cash out to 2x instead of relying on your client to send the manual cash out button-press in time.
If EtherCrash.io detects that you have disconnected from an in-progress game, the site will attempt to cash you out. EtherCrash highly recommends using the auto cash out safety feature to set a maximum multiplier. Since your auto cash out is sent to the server, it works even if your client has completely disconnected. It is the most reliable way to avoid loss on an unreliable internet connection.
There are a handful of support channels available to players at EtherCrash including support tickets, BitcoinTalk, Twitter, or by using the chat box located directly on the site. The in-site chat box is the fastest customer service resource, but if you opt to open a support ticket, simply click the “Support” tab under the “Account” section of the website.
EtherCrash is equipped to accept Ethereum and Bitcoin natively, but the site has integrated popular exchange platform Changelly in order to accept over fifty additional altcoins including Litecoin, Ripple, and Stellar. All player balances are denominated in Ethereum, called Ethos. 1 Ethereum = 1,000,000 Ethos, .1 Ethereum = 100,000 Ethos.
Please double check that you are sending the right tokens to your deposit account. If you send the wrong tokens to the wrong deposit address, those tokens could be lost forever, and EtherCrash will not be able to provide any help in retrieving them.
Players can transfer Ethos to any Ethereum address automatically. Withdrawals smaller than the balance of the EtherCrash.io hot wallet are processed instantly and players will be given the transaction ID immediately.Larger withdrawals will be shown in your withdrawal page as “Pending” and will require the site to manually remove sufficient funds from their cold storage. This process will typically take less than two hours, but may take up to 24 hours, depending on the time of day and other circumstances.EtherCrash allows you to choose the gas price on your withdraw. This will generally cost between .03 USD and .13 USD (slow, fast) but these prices vary depending on Ethereum network activity.Slow transactions can take hours to confirm, so if you select this option please be prepared to wait. Withdrawals must be in increments of 1 ethos, with a minimum withdrawal of 400 ethos.
Players at EtherCrash can bet on the house (i.e. become investors), and their bet is added to the bankroll such that they win when the house wins and they lose when the house loses. The bankroll itself is the pool of money that the house uses to pay out winners that bet using the EtherCrash multiplier. The max profit that players can win from a round of the game is determined by the size of the bankroll. The larger the bankroll, the more players can win. Each player can only win 0.75 % of the bankroll per round. Each round can only win 1.125 % of the bankroll. Every time a player makes a bet, 25 % of the 1 % house edge is awarded to the house as commission. The rest of the house edge is awarded to bankrollers. Every time you bet on the house, 2 % of your bet is paid out to the other investors according to their stake in the bankroll. Put another way, every time somebody else bets on the house, you are awarded a portion of their 2 % dilution fee. For example, if you bet 1 ETH on the house, then 2 % (0.02 ETH) of your house bet is spread out among the other bankrollers, and the remaining 0.98 ETH is added to your stake. To capitalize on the dilution fee system, you will want to bet as much as you can on the house as early as possible. As you maximize your stake, you maximize your claim on future dilution fees.