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1  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Why show Unconfirmed whilst and others show differently? on: January 14, 2018, 09:38:31 PM
See here: shows unconfirmed despite this Binance withdrawals transaction is confirmed.

Any idea why?
2  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / 388 Sat/B is 240 minutes and 391 Sat/B is max 80 minutes - Question on: January 14, 2018, 05:05:57 PM
Does this mean if this transaction was sent with additional 3 Sat/B then it would have been completed by now? (currently 2.5h with no confirmation):
3  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / $15 stuck, can offer $5 BCH to accelerate it on: January 11, 2018, 12:31:17 PM
This transaction is unconfirmed:

However it relies on an unconfirmed parent as well:

If anyone can accelerate these 2 transactions and get us the $15 confirmed - we would be happy to offer $5 BCH for that. It's not much but anything helps...

Thanks in advance.
4  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / 0.016 BTC stuck in wallet (offering 15% to anyone who can help) on: January 11, 2018, 10:07:15 AM
We have 0.0163 BTC stuck in wallet.

We want to take those funds out and send them to 1Dam1KDLSTU46WSmGAqtWUXz6VZBh3jE7h

We can offer 15% (0.0025 BTC) to anyone who can help us take these funds out and send them to that address.

The error code we get when we try to send the funds is:

BitcoindException(super=com.neemre.btcdcli4j.core.BitcoindException: Error #-26: 66: mempool min fee not met, code=-26)

If anyone can help successfully - we promise to pay this reward accordingly.
5  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Is it possible to refuse/delete a payment we received? on: January 10, 2018, 10:35:02 AM
PPCAdMedia sent to us a low payment of 0.001 BTC approx - on DEC-29-2017, quite a while ago:
(Our wallet: 16wgAfS2wtEmCECQXeziejSFLzcDTVbMm2)

This transaction is sitting unconfirmed in our wallet (which we are going to stop using moving forward, we anyway need to convert our BTC to XRP & BCH so we would just use our Binance wallet to receive payments moving forward).

Anyway this is unconfirmed, and we don't want to find ourselves again sending Bitcoin funds using our wallet and getting them stuck because of this potential "Parent" transaction - so the question is how do we get rid of this transaction?

If anyone wants those 0.001 BTC for free by all means come and take them, just let us know how to get rid of this transaction and remove it from our wallet please.
6  Economy / Service Discussion / How some people here add transactions to ViaBTC? on: January 10, 2018, 05:37:16 AM
We see several people in this forum can push transactions to viaBTC without getting this constant error message:

Submissions are beyond limit, please try again later.

As far as we know they use a software or something like that, can anyone please shed more light and/or explain what type of software do they use and where others can get it?

7  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Any way to accelerate this transaction from 03-Jan-2018? on: January 08, 2018, 05:48:56 AM
This one:

It says in the bottom of the link "Accelerated by" (we paid $5 for this service, it could take several days though).

The confidence level of this one was around 30% yesterday, now almost 46% - if it gets closer to 100% it means it will get confirmed soon?!


  • We are one of the receivers for this transaction (it's from -, what a shame they used such a low fee!!)
  • Our part that we want to get confirmed from this payment (that is causing another bigger transaction of ours to get stuck) is this one - 0.0050722 BTC to 16wgAfS2wtEmCECQXeziejSFLzcDTVbMm2 (unspent)
  • We use a wallet

Can we do anything here to expedite/accelerate this shameful low fee transaction or at best just try ViaBTC and also rely on toxigon as well?

Any ideas will be highly welcomed and tipped as well if necessary.
8  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Transaction with 327 Sat/B ($20 in fees) shows as "Removed / DoubleSpending" - ? on: January 07, 2018, 08:35:59 AM
Our transaction we complained about yesterday:

is showing now as "Removed / DoubleSpending":

But in our wallet it doesn't show as cancelled:

So what's exactly the status of this transaction? Anyone knows?

We have tried accelerating it using Toxigon:

Is it related to it?
9  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Transaction with 327 Sat/B ($20 in fees) shows as "Removed / DoubleSpending" - ? on: January 07, 2018, 08:10:41 AM
Our transaction we complained about yesterday:

is showing now as "Removed / DoubleSpending":

But in our wallet it doesn't show as cancelled:

So what's exactly the status of this transaction? Anyone knows?

We have tried accelerating it using Toxigon:

Is it related to it?
10  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Bitcoin transaction with fee paid of $20 (327 sat/B) stuck for over 24 hours on: January 06, 2018, 03:50:34 PM
We have a Bitcoin transaction stuck for over 24 hours:

We paid $20 in fees - around 30 hours ago - is there anything that can be done to get this transaction confirmed?
11  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Segwit2x Tomorrow - will this reduce Bitcoin fees or will have no impact? on: December 27, 2017, 04:51:12 AM
What's going to happen with it?
12  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / We sent 0.065 BTC with fees of $150, 30 minutes ago and it's still unconfirmed on: December 25, 2017, 06:47:09 PM
We had to send an urgent payment for our business and we sent it with extremely high fee of $150:

Does it make any sense? Is Bitcoin that unreliable?

13  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Bitcoin is DEAD for small payments, Bitcoin Cash is the FUTURE on: December 20, 2017, 06:56:19 AM
We cannot pay our members payouts via Bitcoin anymore, this is completely impossible.
We sent payments ranging $1 - $10 with fees of $2 - $6 already 5 days ago and these payments are unconfirmed.

We are going to change our approach and be among the first businesses that pay in Bitcoin Cash and stop paying in Bitcoin.
It's just impossible to work with Bitcoin anymore.

Are you guys wondering why people move to Bitcoin Cash? It's not only because of speculation, it's because Bitcoin in its current form is a dead zombie walking in Crypto land.
14  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Unconfirmed Transactions --> Over 200,000 --> That's the death of Bitcoin on: December 07, 2017, 06:56:26 PM
So many people are rushing to get a fraction of the hype, unaware of this:

Over 200,000 transactions are UNCONFIRMED.

It has become a 100% Ponzi Scheme now.
Bitcoin is on its way to the grave.
15  Economy / Speculation / The Bitcoin CRASH is coming! on: December 07, 2017, 05:06:30 AM
Today is the 7th of December 2017, a remarkable day where the Bitcoin price has gone up and is currently worth over $14,500 USD.

Many altcoins are down in value as holders of these altcoins sell them and buy BTC instead - it sounds so promising, BTC is the future, the rest is not.
However as site owners who pay our members in BTC and also run a Ripple Faucet (Link: we have to express our opinion about all this Bitcoin hype. It has now entered into an extremely dangerous territory and let us explain.

Rule of Thumb = World Economy is Based on Trust

The issue with Bitcoin is that currently so many people "invest" in it, in a sort of a "rush train", everyone wants to hold 1 BTC, one of the 21 million BTC out there (Bitcoin is capped at 21 Million BTC). The 21m is not a problem, one dollar in some random country can be worth 1 today, 0.1 tomorrow, 0.001 next day, that's not a problem.

The problem starts when people need to use Bitcoin as form of payment and not only for speculation ... holders of BTC yesterday or today would hesitate in paying with BTC because they worry about price fluctuations - and so is the receiver ... if we get paid $100 from CoinTraffic for ads we placed in our faucet we feel "bad" we get paid in BTC today because yesterday it was worth more.

And this cycle creates a problem of TRUST.

So why Bitcoin goes up?

Bitcoin is going to be traded in several stock exchanges very soon. Those who believe that "sharks" or "whales" wait for the day of opening and then start buying or trading are only fooling themselves.

When Facebook firstly launched itself on the stock market - the stock plunged and plunged and no one could explain it - just like today no one can explain how Bitcoin went up so fast - according to ZeroHedge:

$9000-$10000: 2 days
$10000-$11000: 1 day
$11000-$12000: 6 days
$12,000-$13,000: 17 hours
$13,000-$14,000: 4 hours

It went up from $9000 to $14,500 in less 2 weeks!

Bottom line:

If this doesn't create an issue of trust - then we're all living in a bubble.
The fundamentals of Bitcoin are great, but what we experience nowadays is exactly the opposite, and that's because we're all human beings and we lost trust in each other, we created central banks we don't trust anymore, we created a financial system that we can't trust anymore - and unfortunately Bitcoin is heading towards that territory as well.

PS Just like Steam expect many to consider the stop of using Bitcoin (we might as well) due to price volatility and high fees as these are simply not suitable for many businesses neither.
16  Economy / Micro Earnings / - Ripple (XRP) Faucet, Claim Every Hour, 50% Ref Comm, INSTANT W/D on: November 21, 2017, 01:13:48 PM
Hello everyone.

We have started a new Ripple (XRP) wallet during the middle of October 2017, about over a month ago and so far it's been going quite well.

About us?
First of all our main site has been live for over 8 years - you can also see:

The reason we mention who we are is because it's important for us to establish trust, and we are not some newbies in the forum or some online shady organization that have just started a faucet with an intention to cheat our members. We love paying our members and that's what we've been doing for so long, but we are aware of the high dynamism around Crypto currencies, which is why we started our own Ripple faucet.

Why Ripple?
Because it's very cheap to send transactions with Ripple and they are instantaneous.

How does it work?
The site itself pays - a minimum of - $0.0003 in value of XRP every hour, we have intentions of raising it at least during weekends or other times as promotions for our loyal members.
The site makes money only from ads, we do not ask anyone to deposit money in the site and this is not possible neither (at least not at this stage).
We are trying to maintain a balanced site without too many aggressive ads but on the same time ensure we have a few in order to cover the faucet costs.

Do you really offer Instant Withdrawals? What's the minimum?
Yes, that's right, and currently the minimum is 1 XRP (might change later on, for now it's 1 XRP).

If you have any comments or any feedback please feel free to drop a line here.
PS The official support for the site is via Twitter (link can easily be found in the site) but we're happy to assist here as well if necessary.

Link for the site:
17  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Unconfirmed Transaction on: November 16, 2017, 04:32:12 PM
How come people like Bitcoin so much? It's terrible for reliability of sending funds.

10 hours ago we used Blockchain wallet to send 2 transactions with regular fees:

There is no attack on the network right now like it was at the beginning of this week - and yet nothing is being confirmed after 10 hours.

How could people like this unreliable currency? XRP is much more reliable and instant.
18  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Who are the people who decided to cancel Segwit2x? on: November 13, 2017, 04:51:46 AM
Was it you? No...
Who made the decision to fork Bitcoin? Was it you? No...

So who makes crucial decisions about Bitcoin?

Is it Bitcoin truly decentralized?
19  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Who are the miners behind those high BTC fees? on: November 13, 2017, 04:23:35 AM
Is it possible to grab 3 people with 3 computers, make each one a miner and "sign"/"confirm" a BTC transaction that is pending for 4 days?

Who are those people who "confirm" the BTC transactions? Can anyone become one of them?

If so - why not PM them your pending transaction and get it confirmed?

If not - where are all those stories about miners "moving to Bitcoin Cash" coming from? Where is this info coming from? Who really controls the data/information or the real stuff behind Bitcoin?

 Huh Huh Huh
20  Economy / Micro Earnings / Sliding Banners / Floating Ads - Who provides them? on: November 07, 2017, 02:08:23 PM
Coinzilla and Cointraffic seem to provide Sliding banners (floating ads) - can anyone please suggest any other providers who offer sliding banners as well?

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