Lotterium is an online lottery that is designed and operated exclusively in the world of cryptocurrencies, no fiat involved. Players deposit on their accounts and receive their winnings in cryptocurrencies, currently in Bitcoin and Tether, but this list will expand. Lotterium is a fantastic app that contains over 30 vibrant slots of our own design. While visually resembling a casino, Lotterium is based on lottery mechanics and guarantees you the fixed 95% RTP for each and every game. This is a big advantage over online casinos. So, how does the lottery mechanics work, and how does it ensure transparency of the game?
In Lotterium, a list of outcomes for all games in the app is pre-generated in advance. This is a reference sequence that contains the value of the bet (from 0.2 to 50 credits), the number of bets, as well as the outcome for each particular game. For example, for a bet of 0.2 credits, the winning ticket will contain consecutive images of banana, lemon, strawberry, and for the next bet - lemon, strawberry, kiwi, etc. This is the full outcome of the events of the game. Thus, a pre-generated list of game codes forms a digital stack of lottery tickets. Every time when a user clicks Play, they are essentially pulling one lottery ticket from the stack, which is assigned a specific number. The content of this ticket is already configured and consists of the pictures that a user will see, as well as the pledged prize.
Reference sequences are generated complete with their index sequences. The index sequences are essentially numbers from 1 to N, where N is the number of lottery tickets in the digital stack. The resulting numbers of the index sequence are then mixed and encrypted. Thus, none of the development team knows what sequence is in each of the slots, and therefore can’t influence the course of the game. The Lotterium online lottery and its mechanics are certified, which means that all the declared parameters correspond to the real ones.
After pressing Play, the first combination in the sequence is decrypted using special keys stored on the server. The system receives the deciphered number and selects the corresponding line, as if the player were drawing a lottery ticket from the digital stack. When a user “opens” this ticket, i.e. starts the game in the app, he sees the content that was generated even before this slot was launched. Whether it's a winning ticket or not, depends entirely on luck.