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1  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:

https://blockchain.info/tx/eba8f3e53838a1ecb60dddbc03be91dc660d42a83d22222d549916066be09006
https://blockchain.info/tx/339a2a76e190955e1d9575c7d8754c0d08031b097833c651ba5dc0f03683846a

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.
2  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?
3  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
4  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?

 Huh
5  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Announcements (Altcoins) / Free Ripple - How to get XRP for free on: June 25, 2017, 04:21:15 AM
Hello members,

You might be familiar with our site Get-Paid.com and recently we have launched a new product called - FreeRipple.com
Currently this site of ours is under construction and until we complete it for a limited time we are giving away free XRP absolutely free, no strings attached whatsoever. Just visit our site for your Free XRP  Grin

Link:
http://www.freeripple.com
6  Economy / Web Wallets / Blockchain is charging high fees - $0.25 for sending 1 Bitcoin transfer on: August 26, 2016, 01:07:24 AM
We were using Blockchain with our site for quite a while but this has become ridiculous - they were charging around $0.04 initially for sending 1 Bitcoin transfer but now if we paid a member $1.50 for instance (worth of Bitcoins, a minimal amount) we would see a $1.75 deduction i.e. $0.25 is in fees!

That's absolutely ridiculous, yesterday it was $0.11 and now it's $0.25 - they keep on raising the fees.

Is this normal?
7  Economy / Micro Earnings / Get-Paid.com - Get Paid BTC For Doing Free & Fun Stuff! [Running over 6 years!] on: April 21, 2015, 10:11:51 AM
Get-Paid.com has been online in business for over 6 years. It's mainly a GPT site (=Get Paid To).
It is paying its members for doing free things, such as watching videos, completing tasks, clicking on ads, completing offers and more.
In addition, members will get paid for participating in promotions in Get-Paid.com social network pages (currently Facebook and Google+) - for example there are many ongoing promotions on our Facebook or Google+ pages where you just need to post your username and get free money for it.

You also get paid % for bringing your friends (referrals), up to 30% so if you are good e.g. if your friends make $100 you can potentially get $30 for it, and not only that, you will also get % of what their referrals make (2nd tier).

Our website is mainly about you participating for free, completing free things, absolutely free - we are here to pay you, not the other way around! Of course we also have a "Shopping" section for you to get cashback for purchases in case you're into that (e.g. currently you can buy an AVG anti-virus with us for a cheap price and even get cashback for it).

Worried about the site being a scam? Check our "Payment Proofs" forum in our site, and once again note we've been online for over 6 years! So we are not here to hit and run.
Yes, the only issues we experience is that some members try to complete some offers and these are not getting tracked aka converted in the system (that is known as "lead shaving" in the affiliate networks world) ... what we do in such instances however is helping members with an offer that involved an actual payment (from our "Shopping" section for instance), and we do our best to credit members with non-converting offers whenever we can as well ... many other GPT sites don't offer such service.

Currently we pay out in PayPal, Payza, Perfect Money, WebMoney as well as PaySafeCard, CashU, Amazon Gift Card, Google Play Card, Walmart Gift Card, and many more.

And yes, of course, we also pay out in Bitcoins as well!

Visit the site here:
http://www.get-paid.com
8  Other / Off-topic / MOVED: The first 10 members to reply would receive each $0.50 worth of BTC! on: April 21, 2015, 06:03:20 AM
This topic has been moved to Service Announcements.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1033406.0
9  Economy / Games and rounds / The first 10 members to reply would receive each $0.50 worth of BTC! on: April 21, 2015, 05:31:36 AM
Courtesy of Get-Paid.com where you can get paid in Bitcoins for watching videos, clicking on ads, solving tasks, completing offers and more!

Please don't forget to post your wallet ID so we can send you $0.50 worth of BTC to your wallet.
After 10 unique replies this promotion will be OVER.
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