08d 13h 39m 52s
5.00000000 FRGC
Total tickets (of all players)
Price per ticket

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How can I play?

This game is called Fargolot. You can participate in a lottery by submitting your Fargocoin wallet address. To get your wallet address , you need to download the wallet and install on your computer.

After installation open Fargocoin wallet , click File, select Receiving addresses , make copy and paste your wallet address in section Buy tickets.

The draw takes place twice per month on 1st and 15th , be hurry to get your ticket.

On each draw you can only participate ones, you cannot input several Fargocoin addresses per one IP, users who violate rules will be banned.

Lots will be drawn by using Fargochain explorer. At the end of the draw will be taken last 10 digits of the last block of the last transaction.

How does it work?

Each Fargocoin block has a SHA256 hash that is the main "block hash", a hash of the contents of the block. Hashing algorithms such as SHA256 create a digital fingerprint of data that cannot be falsified, 256-bit hash output is an unpredictable random-looking 64-character hex number (it is unpredictable and irreversible by design). This is the puzzle that Fargocoin mining uses to secure the blockchain - since the output of SHA256 is unpredictable, it is very hard to find a hash that looks like something you specify.

This hash of a block is used as a random number picker. Since it is so hard to even find a block hash , manipulating the blockchain so a hash of a particular block is a particular number is quite impossible, and it is also impossible to predict what a possible hash value might be. Since the blockchain is published peer-to-peer in a secured fashion, the result is independently verifiable.

The whole block hash could be used as a random number, however, the full hash is extremely large and not practical for calculations meant to be easily verified by others. This calculator's method uses the last 10 hex digits as more reasonable - still a large pseudorandom number with a decimal value between 0 and 1,099,511,627,775.


We use the modulo (%) operation on the hash of a specific future block to determine the winner:

(last-10-digits-of-block-hash {in decimal}) % (number-of-tickets) = winning ticket number


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