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Coinflip FAQ

What is this game?

CSGOHunt's coinflip a simple way to 1vs1 against other players and attempt to win their skins. To do so, all you have to do is either create a coinflip by picking the items you want to gamble, or join an existing one granted that you can place items valued at the same prices within a 10% margin. For example, if a round was created with items valued at 100.00 points, then you will have to place a bet between 90.00 and 110.00 points.

How to create a Coinflip?

When creating a round, simply click on "Create a coinflip". You will then see all the items from your current inventory and will be able to pick the ones you want to gamble. Note that the minimum bet is 5.00 points for a maximum of 10 items.

How to join a Coinflip?

Joining a game is as easy as creating one, just click on "Join" on a coinflip that you're interested in. You will then be presented a different kind of inventory window, this one will have more information about what you need to add or remove to reach the correct bet amount.

Once the offer is sent by one of our bot, a timer indicating that someone is trying to join will be triggered. It will last for 2 minutes to give time to the player to accept and confirm the offer. Past this time, the offer will be canceled and the round will once again become free for everyone to join.

What happen when a coinflip is over?

Once a round end, our bot will send you the trade offer right away. It is recommended to accept it as soon as possible to avoid any issue. Note that a commission of 0 to 5% may apply, up to 10% if no items matching 5% is available, however the items that the bot keep cannot be the one that you used to create the coinflip. If no items matches the commission range, then no commission will be applied.

Provably fair

How is the winner picked?

Since every player can place a bet within a 10% of the total value, some coinflip may not be exactly 50/50 chance of winning. The chances will be affected by how much you place. For instance, if someone create a coinflip of 1000.00 points and a player join with 1100.00, the player that joined will have more chances of winning because his bet is higher. All the % are presented within the Join menu.

The player that picks CT side will own the EARLY numbers, the one that joined as T-Side will own the LATE numbers.

Here is a quick example: A coinflip valued at 1000.00 points is created. Then someone join it with 1000.00, in this case his chances of winning would be 50%. The player that created the round as CT will have number 0 to 50%, the player that join as T will have 51 to 100%.

Once the number generation is over, if the number is between 0 and 50, then the player that created the round will win! Otherwise, the player that joined wins the game.

How does the number generation works and what is provably fair?

To ensure that every coinflip is fair and cannot be tempered with, we are using a distributed RNG system.

The way it works is relatively simple: Each player generate a 'seed' (a string of random characters) and attach it to the create or join request. The server will also generate a seed and show its 'hash' (an encrypted version of the seed) to both players to garantee that it wasn't changed during any steps of the coinflip.

Once the coinflip is over, all three seeds will be used to compute the winning percentage and the secret used to create the server 'hash' will also be revealed.

In conclusion, this mean that each players will contribute to the result of the final number, therefore no one can predict, influance or know the number beforehand.

Verify a round fairness

You can use the form below to check the roll for every combination of seed, that is the server, player 1 and player 2 seeds. Remember that you can see all the seed only once a round is over!