The Game: Is It Fair?

We operate a fair and unbiased platform for guessing and making predictions. All unfair elements will be removed, and we want gamers to feel at ease and enjoy themselves.

Each of the 10 million hashes we have generated corresponds to a curve crash multiplier (the generation chain is verifiable).

Each of these 10 million numbers, which represent one game turn, is revealed in reverse order (i.e. we have 10 million turns in total).

In other words, the crash number for each turn is pre-calculated and not determined once the game has begun. As a result, gamblers can place their wager without worry.

Will the Platform be able to manipulate the game? 

The integrity check value is essential for determining whether official tampering has taken place. The test algorithm is described below.

For illustration, see 6b5124897c3c48d0e46cc9249f08c7e560792459f1bad1171224643b5d2be231.

Since the hash value is hexadecimal, 252 === 1613, or a 13-bit hexadecimal number, is chosen at random from the 252 range. 6b5124897c3c4 (0x6b5124897c3c4 equals 1887939992208324 in the decimal system).

Divide the random value by the 13 fs maximum, or 0x6b5124897c3c4/0x10000000000000, to distribute it among 0 and 1. We can assume that any hash value can be converted into a random number of 01, since 1887939992208324/4503599627370496 = 0.419206889692064, given the discrete random nature of the hash value.

Create a 1% house advantage. To continue, divide 99 by (1-X), where X is the random number determined in Step 2. When X is 0 or 1, the result is 99; when X is 0.01, the result is 100; and when X is less than 0.01, the result is less than 100.

99/(1-0.419206889692064) = 170.45656748150867

All values that are below 100 will be changed to 100. In other words, there is a 1% chance that 100 will show up. To determine the result, round off the number and divide it by 100.

170/100 = 1.70

In summary, the game’s hash value is inversely ordered. A prior hash used in the game can therefore be determined from its subsequent hash using the SHA256 technique. Since the key and hash value are uniquely correlated, we may infer that if a hash can be used to determine the hash that comes before it, then this hash should have already been generated when the previous award is declared. Similar to that, the entire hash chain is created from scratch and cannot be altered once it has been created. Otherwise, it cannot pass SHA256 verification, and in terms of compensation, this is nothing more than a game of chance where crashing is a given. There are no game sets that the official organizer can alter. As a result, CRASH is more open than other gambling strategies. This is the basis upon which our game is constructed.

Easy Calculation

The result is roughly 2x when the first digit is greater than 8((16-8)/160.5), approximately 3x when the first digit is greater than b((16-11)/160.3), approximately 4x when the first digit is greater than c((16-12)/160.25), and the same rule applies to the rest. The 13-bit hash value is 8000000000000 = 1.98, 0xb000000000 = 3.168, and approximately 3.96 when the first

When the 13-bit hash value is 15.84 and f00000000000 = 253.44, respectively, fff000000