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1  Other / MultiBit / Transactions to multiple-addresses show the wrong recieving address on: October 08, 2014, 08:11:39 AM
I noticed when there are transactions mades that includes several addresses in your wallet as the reciver MultiBit will put them all as Received with one of my addresses.

so say there is a transaction that has output like

to address1 0.2
to address2 0.3
to address3 0.4

It will show up as
0.2 received with address1
0.3 received with address1
0.4 received with address1
2  Bitcoin / Armory / Armory sync stuck at 99% on: September 17, 2013, 12:13:45 AM
99% and 0 blocks and it appears to be doing nothing...

Restarting or even downloading the whole blockchain again didn't help, it just downloads to 99% again.

Have it running bitcoind with this conf file:


It has plenty connections established judging from the TOR network map and it downloaded 11,5GB again so connectivity should not be issue.

I might have opened Bitcoin-Qt for a few minutes while it was syncing in early stage, no problem then though. But it is from a different directory with diff data dir and diff port etc. Never had problems before running booth ... except one sometimes stalled and had to be restarted if booth where syncing.

Didn't change anything since it started doing this when I tried to get the last few weeks of blockdata a few days ago.

Windows 7 and 88.1
3  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Bitcoin-qt inital start problems on: January 27, 2013, 02:12:05 AM
I have been trying to get the blockchain in various ways for about 2 weeks or something now.

There are various problems. After 6 hours or so bitcoin-qt.exe is up to using over 2 gb of ram and then it crashes.

The db.log file becomes huge, at one point it was over 3GB.

The blockchain files are basically not growing at all, just the first few minutes after lauching the client it will take of then pretty much nothing happens for a very long while. I have plenty of connections and such and not done anything special with the installation on Windows 7.

I tried decrypting my SSD and running bitcoin it without any modifications on a unencrypted SSD with 1Gbit internet connection for a few days and it was just as slow and stalling just as much. It is the latest version of the client.

On my laptop running Ubuntu I managed to get the whole thing downloaded in 3-4 days. I tried moving those files and do -loadbock with them. I ended up with a blk0001 of about 200meg, it didnt import the rest from those working blockchain files.

Any ideas? Any more info that might be helpfull?
4  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Suggestion: Language options on: November 05, 2011, 02:34:58 PM
Great thing you translated the client without giving me an option to select which language to use.

I use a English version of windows and select English on everything but location when I install. Yet programs keep translating themselves to Swedish, it is annoying as hell but at least most other programs would let me change it to back.
5  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Tor fallback nodes on: November 01, 2011, 02:13:19 PM
I can't get any of the Tor fallback nodes listed at to work.

From my tor network it doesn't even seem to be attempting connections to the .onion addresses. I set it up exactly as described there with the torrc and bitcoin configuration files.

So is this supposed to work?
6  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Minimum system on: June 28, 2011, 04:03:16 PM

I would like to know what kind of motherboard, processor and amount of ram I would need minimum to support mining on 2x5770 cards if anyone has an idea and could give me some hinters.

Power consumption is irrelevant, I am looking for the cheapest hardware that can support the cards ... and that maybe could handle a 3rd card.
7  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Multiple installations and dormant wallets on: June 06, 2011, 10:09:44 AM

I have some questions.

Is it possible to run multiple bitcoin client installations simultaneously on the same machine (windows 7) or will it corrupt something because of like memory and port conflicts? They would be running with tor and different data directories ofc.

Also I have a question if there is some downside to having a wallet that very rarely gets connected to the network? Like if you have separate data directory for a savings/vault account that you barley ever launch the client with?
8  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Optional fees should be optional on: June 03, 2011, 08:58:10 PM
With the newest client I can not send any BC at from my account without paying fees.

Most of my BC are from a single transaction days old with hundreds of confirmations. Fees are onbiously not necessary since incomming micro payments from older clients arrive just fine and get confirmed. I though the fees where supposed to remain optional and it would just take ages to send without a fee once the transactions/processing power ratio becomes something else then what it is now. So what is the reason for the new client not letting me send bitcoins without fees? I will just use an older client for micro-payments anyway this seems is rediculus tbh...

Another issue that you don't get any fees back by mining. With 20000khash running 24/7 I get like 1/lots of thousands of 0.09 in fees for a block from the pool. Is this really an accurate reprensentation of how much transaction data my 20000khash can help process in relation to what I am being forced to pay in fees by the new client? I sure hope not because then this network seems doomed when people start sending money around.
I would not mind paying fees to miners at all if you could actually earn it back if you provided as much processing power as you take from the network ... but this doesn't seem to be the case at all.

I have probably missed something so please set me staight or make this make sense. Thank you.
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