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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Dogecoin wallet.dat Please Help! on: January 31, 2021, 04:14:29 AM
Back in 2013, I purchased some Dogecoin and had it sent to the Dogecoin Core Wallet that I installed on my computer. Since then, I've kept a backup of the wallet.dat file. Recently, as you can imagine, I wanted to gain access to my stash to possibly sell.

The problem is; on a new computer I installed the wallet again and then replaced the wallet.dat file with my backup. The wallet is completely synced with the network, but no coins show up in the balance.

The address that I had the coins sent to was:

That address is showing a 0 balance. I never remember moving any coins, and can't seem to figure out the trail of where they left from that address.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
2  Economy / Services / Free Transaction Accelerator -- Post TX Here on: December 20, 2017, 06:31:12 PM
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3  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Unconfirmed TX For 12+ Hours because of low fees from person sending BTC on: December 10, 2017, 02:54:35 AM
I am patiently waiting for a large transaction, and the person who sent it apparently sent it with ~90 satoshi/byte fee. I have tried sending another TX to the same address with a larger fee to push the other, but no luck. Are there any other ways to force the TX through? Thanks in advance for the help.
4  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Waiting for tx confirmations like.... on: May 19, 2017, 02:39:16 AM

But seriously, I'm even using much higher fees and still waiting hours for a single confirmation. Any noobs coming over to btc will get frustrated quickly. I know this topic is all over the place, but I added a meme, so you should keep this here for that fact alone.
5  Economy / Service Discussion / Exchange - Sign up for early access on their website on: March 21, 2015, 07:28:21 PM
If this is already on the board, my apologies, but I could not find this...

I just did a Google search for 'bitcoin exchange' and saw a sponsored ad for

Sure enough, the site is live and accepting invites for early access.
6  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Ulbricht Silk Road Trial Begins on: January 13, 2015, 06:25:43 AM
Jury selection has begun.
7  Other / Off-topic / Sony should release The Interview online for free and accept donations on: December 19, 2014, 04:13:21 AM
With the recent news that Sony won't be releasing The Interview in theaters because of the clowns in North Korea, maybe they should release it online for free and solicit donations. One of those donation methods, obviously, BTC.
8  Economy / Speculation / We're going down faster than my ex-girlfriend on: December 17, 2014, 05:10:48 PM
I'm not panicking, for I am a long-term hodler. I just wanted to start a thread with that saying.

9  Economy / Speculation / Crazy low volume the last few days, is something big about to happen? on: December 07, 2014, 10:29:07 PM
It looks like the last 48 hours of trading is at an all-time low and the price has obviously stabilized in the recent days. Could this mean that something big is about to happen? If so, which way do you think it'll go?
10  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Interesting ways to store your private keys for offline wallets on: October 11, 2014, 08:03:52 PM
I have seen a thread (that I cannot find now) that had a slew of interesting ideas of how people were storing their private keys for offline wallets. From engraving into metal to tattoos.

Now that some time has passed and people have surly come up with other methods, I'd love to hear some of them. I am currently trying to find the best way(s) to store a few private keys of my own. I'd like to be cautious, because if the perfect storm happens, I don't want to lose all of my bitcoins. By this, I mean simply throwing it on a piece of paper and putting it in a safe deposit box, and then another in my home isn't going to cut it. What if the bank gets robbed and my home safe is stolen? Likely not to happen, I know, but I still want a better way to store them.

Any ideas? The more nerdy the better  Grin
11  Economy / Speculation / BTC just flatlined on: October 06, 2014, 01:23:01 AM
HUGE sell wall at over 22k coins. How low do you think the price will go?

Tomorrow morning could be a great time to buy some cheap BTC
12  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / April Fools joke wasn't funny on: April 03, 2014, 03:40:15 AM
What a lame 'joke'. Promising at least 50 winners if they help promote their business with the prizes being BTC0.1 each.

If it didn't involve a shady way to promote themselves, it may have been alright. Anyway, they ruined any chance of me ever doing business with them.
13  Economy / Economics / Is Bitcoin a viable Plan B? on: March 27, 2014, 03:34:58 AM
Read this article and apply Bitcoin to the writer's suggestion of having a backup plan. Could this be Bitcoin? Would it survive something as described in the article?
14  Economy / Service Discussion / MTGOX: Check your balances on their website on: March 18, 2014, 02:32:01 AM
Check your balances by logging in. Now available:
15  Economy / Speculation / Predictions through 2016 on: March 13, 2014, 05:33:36 AM
I have done my own speculation over the past few months (like everyone else) and am confident in my theories.
This entire post does not take into consideration an Alt coin picking up steam and surpassing Bitcoin (because I don't see it happening).

Dec '14 = $1,600
Bitcoin will grow this year, but not as quickly as the following two years due to all of the recent negative press. There will surely be more coming this year, but this isn't necessarily a bad thing. What doesn't kill BTC will only make it stronger. We've seen growth through the nastiest news so far (cough mtgox). If the price can remain stable with $550 Million missing, I'm confident in Bitcoin moving forward.

Jul '15 = $2,900
Bitcoin is added as payment options for some more big companies after they have evaluated how it's worked with TigerDirect, Overstock, etc. Some jump on board and open the gates for more new Bitcoin users. Around this time, I see Google testing the implementation of some Bitcoin payment methods (paying for services such as Drive, etc).

(Between Jul '15 and Dec '15, we should see a smooth system to get Bitcoins to consumers much easier than now, preferably by a company with a long-standing reputation worldwide)

Dec '15 = $5,500
After business success with Bitcoin, we have our first Fortune 100 company adopt Bitcoin as a payment method. Sit back and watch the growth continue to skyrocket.

Jul '16 = $9,900
More businesses and average folks are adopting Bitcoin faster than ever before because they are seeing how easy it is to get Bitcoins and make purchases, and realize the freedom it offers. A switch to mBTC might be beneficial, since people unfamiliar with Bitcoin do not buy because they 'cannot afford the price'. mBTC will eliminate any confusion with this for the n00bs. Plus, as the price grows, it only makes sense to work in mBTC.

Dec '16 = $16,000+
I don't think Dec '16 needs an explanation based on the previous comments. More and more companies will adopt Bitcoin as a payment method. Wall Street takes it seriously and gets involved in one form or another. As Bitcoin becomes more popular, the price will continue to rise until demand slows down, which I see happening in later years (2018, 2019).

My anticipation is a peak price during it's lifetime of ~$25,000 (probably mid-end of 2017) and come 2019-2020, we'll see it drop and level out around $15,000

In any event, I currently don't have a whole lot of BTC but I do plan on buying more and holding.
16  Economy / Digital goods / [WTB] Blackjack casino script on: March 04, 2014, 06:43:24 AM
Hi all. I am looking to buy a bitcoin blackjack casino script. If you have one available or can point me in the right direction, please PM me details  Smiley
17  Other / Beginners & Help / n00b question: if you create an address offline... on: March 02, 2014, 12:11:27 AM does the blockchain know that the address exists? I created a paper wallet offline with a brand new address, sent a test deposit, and it's there. Just wondering how this works if the address was never transmitted to the internet from my computer.
18  Economy / Service Discussion / MtGox website down. Watch them disappear! on: February 20, 2014, 01:36:18 AM
Their site throws an error. Placing bets as to whether they just jumped ship...
19  Economy / Lending / 1.5BTC loan, repay 1.65BTC this Thursday, Feb 20th on: February 17, 2014, 11:36:31 PM
Hi all. I have a pending buy at Coinbase for 1.5BTC that will be in my account this Thursday, Feb 20th.

I'm taking a risk by purchasing some mtgox btc from a user that wants to unload a few. I could wait until Thursday, but I believe the landscape will be much different by then.

I can verify any and all information requested, and am open to suggestions if you're interested in loaning.
20  Economy / Service Discussion / Call me crazy, but I want to buy BTC at MtGox... on: February 17, 2014, 05:55:34 AM
...but I don't have a verified account. I'm looking for someone with an established account to purchase for me because if I wait to get verified, I'm sure to miss the current prices.

If anyone is able to do this, I'll fund you however you'd like (USD, BTC, etc). I will pay a premium on the purchase price. Then, once withdrawals open up, you can send them to my address. Alternatively, if MtGox never opens withdrawals and vanishes, I'm prepared to consider it a loss as I know that this is risky.

Any established and reputable members willing to help me get some 1/2 off BTC?
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