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1  Bitcoin / Armory / Issue With a Transaction on: February 06, 2021, 07:40:11 PM
Hey all, not really new to using Armory but feel like this is a n00b problem.

I have a wallet with an address to which I sent some bitcoins, the transaction has been confirmed (Blockchain info: https://www.blockchain.com/btc/address/16M3E7SYUUrrA1zfmsWPxMAhJf9aYp8zA4 ). The wallet is good as I have other unspent change in it. For some reason, though, Armory still sees that address as unused. I've tried importing the wallets to Electrum (I see someone else recommend that as a possible solution to someone else) with no luck (Electrum won't recognize any of the Armory wallets).

I've tried rescanning/rebuilding, I've resynced the entire blockchain. I don't know what else to do.
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / LiteCoin Pizza Index? on: July 18, 2013, 04:01:47 PM
I just read this article. I find it very encouraging and am happy to see more and more exchanges for physical (and edible) goods for cryptocurrency. For me, this is a sign of increased legitimacy and value that doesn't strictly depend on 'real world' fiat currency exchange rates.
3  Economy / Digital goods / [WTS] Poetry and Fractals on: July 14, 2013, 02:30:23 AM
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4  Bitcoin / Project Development / New BitCoin Service In the Works on: July 08, 2013, 02:41:18 AM
Hi everyone,

I know many of you will not recognize my face or username, and my involvement is rather new in the whole BitCoin scene, but I'm just as avid as any one of you in seeing this and other crytpocurrencies succeed in the long-term. To that end I'm planning on teaming up with a web developer to get the ball rolling. All I need now is to begin raising the funds for this. I'm willing to put every last BTC I have into this (which isn't much, truthfully) project, as well as a significant investment in time and 'real' currency (you know, those paper and metal things many of us still use) to get the ball rolling. I do need your help, though.

The name of my service is BitSale and our official launch blog can be found here. I would appreciate any tips you can spare to see this project to initial fruition.

For now you can send such tips to 1UZvLk9Uceyq9KmNV5N72cuqopJcxMM9V and don't forget to bookmark the BitSale Launch Blog to be kept up-to-date with the progress we're making and general cryptocurrency news. You'll also be able to find a link to the blog in my sig (after I make this post).

What is the purpose of BitSale, for those who haven't clicked over to the blog yet the idea is simple. A mostly automated venue for you and I to sell our goods (digital to start with) for BTC. Instead of long wait times for approval of this or that, their will instead be a user feedback/abuse report system in place to flag inappropriate content (and there will be content guidelines, but they should generally be fairly lax in their final form). We'd also be well positioned to enable conversions from BTC to LTC and possibly other currencies which would be completely transparent to either person involved in the transaction.

Why not some other service? Well, for various reasons, including complaints about long waiting times for approval to sell or join the affiliate network (which we'll also have available though not implemented until it could be continuously funded to ensure proper payouts). Also, they seem to be the only ones really involved in strictly sales. BitMit is more of an eBay styled auction house, which while awesome is not something we're looking to replicate.

There are some questions I won't have answers to, as I'm rather new to this sort of business (I own a handyman and electrical business as my day job), but I will do my best to get back to you all with answers. I'll also be reserving the next post for an FAQ and anything else that really doesn't fit here. Edit: Or not. Well, I'll just post any FAQ and errata on the blog and be done with it.

Thanks for reading, thanks for your help if you've tipped, and God bless.
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