All of our 3rd party providers offer a different house edge on their games. These can be accessed when ***(you) Should be (You're or You are)*** viewing the tooltip below the any of the game tiles. You can derive your commission using the following formula:
3rd Party Verification
Text: All bets placed on Stake can be verified both here and via 3rd party websites who have also open sourced the verification procedure. You can find them via a google search, or simply check out some of these that have been put together by our community:
Should be: All bets placed on Stake can be verified both here and via 3rd party websites who have also open sourced the verification procedure. You can find them via a Google search, or simply check out some of these that have been put together by our community:
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Crypto Gambling Foundation
Stake is a verified operator on the Crypto Gambling Foundation network. This foundation aims to uphold the highest standard of provably fair gambling, and we are proud to be a part of their network. You can find further information and insights about provable fairness and the power it has in this industry, check out the Crypto Gambling Foundation via their website:
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Cursor (Incremental Number)
We use 4 bytes of data to generate a single game result, and because SHA256 is limited to 32 bytes, we utilise this implementation of a cursor to give us the ability to create more game events without having to modify our provable fair algorithm.
The cursor is only iterated over when the game being played requires the generation of more than 8 (32 bytes / 4 bytes) possible outcomes. For example: when we need to use more than 8 cards in a game of blackjack.
The cursor starts as (at) 0 and gets increased by 1 every time the 32 bytes are returned by the HMAC_SHA256 function. If we don’t require more than 8 random numbers to be generated for the game events, then the curser (cursor) does not increment as there is no need to generate any additional possible game outcomes
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As an example, in video poker, there is (are) at first 52 cards available in the complete deck, and therefore the first game event is translated by multiplying the float by 52. Once this card has been dealt, there is (are) only 51 remaining cards in the deck, and therefore the second card translation is done by multiplying the second float generated by 51. This continues in the same fashion until all the game events required have been generated.
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