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1  Economy / Exchanges / Exchange withdrawal fee comparison on: May 09, 2018, 09:32:51 PM
Hi there.  Out of necessity, as I needed to withdraw some spare tokens I had lying on some popular exchanges, and since I haven't been able to find a simple exchange withdrawal fee comparison on the internet, I've put together a table so you can compare these and choose the cheapest one in each coin/exchange scenario. I know this could and will get outdated rather sooner than later, but meanwhile I hope it can be useful for some people.

Binance  Bitfinex  Bittrex   Bit-Z    Coin-
exchange
Cryptopia  HitBTC   Kraken   Kucoin   Liqui    Poloniex  Yobit   Changelly  Shapeshift  
BTC0.00050.00040.00050.00010.00050.00050.0010.00050.0010.00150.00050.00120.000850.00015
ETH0.010.00270.0060.010.010.00250.00950.0050.010.010.010.0050.000420.0012
XRP0.250.021---0.50.02--0.15-0.0000120.5
BCH0.0010.00010.0010.00010.0010.00080.00180.00010.00050.0070.00010.010.0310.0002
LTC0.010.0010.010.010.010.0020.0030.0010.0010.010.0010.0020.0030.00075
EOS0.30.11880.50.510.013.20.10.5 -1010.1
BTG0.00100.0010.001--0.0005-- -0.01- 0.001
BTS1---------55--
DASH0.0020.010.0020.0020.010.010.030.0050.002 0.010.0020.020.002
DGB--0.21000.10.50.4-0.5 0.10.002- 0.01
DOGE--2202322- 510012
ETC0.010.010.010.010.10.010.0020.0050.01 0.010.0050.000420.001
HSR0.0001--0.2-0.01--0.01 ----
Nano0.01--0.1-- -0.05 --- -
NEO000.025--00-0 -- 00
OMG0.270.1070.350.310.21.22-0.1 0.30.010.010.1103
TRX5523.851200175270--100-300--
XEM4-4 -115-- 152034
XLM0.0100.01 -- 0.00002- 0.00001- 0.00001-
XMR0.040.040.04 -0.20.090.05- 0.015-0.10.02
XVG0.100.2-0.0111.5----1.5--
Waves0.02-0.001 --0.001-- -0.0020.001-
ZEC0.0050.0010.0050.0050.0010.00020.00010.0001- 0.0010.020.00010.0001
USDT5.4202510-5100510 25101-

(Last updated: 2018-05-14)

I chose some popular coins as this list is not intended to be exhaustive. I will add more exchanges once I can find some time.

Hope you find it useful.

Note: I can't easily get access to Liqui exchange  withdrawal fees, as you need some balance in each coin to be able to see the actual fees. If someone could contribute in order to compete the missing data I would appreciate it.

Acknowledgements: many thanks to Potato Chips for his/her contribution
2  Local / Servicios / Ya está de vuelta BTC-e!! on: September 15, 2017, 09:32:24 PM
Pues ya tenemos sustituto de Btc-e, se llama Wex.nz. Se entra con las mismas credenciales, y si no van haced un password reset. El balance que teníamos en BTC-e debe estar en un 55% y el resto en unos token USDET, EURET, BTCET, BCHET, ... que ahora cotizan en un 50% con respecto a los "reales", con lo que si alguien necesita sacar su balance completo la pérdida es en torno a un 25%.

https://twitter.com/btcecom/status/908785405117550594

Se supone que cuando consigan recuperar el capital intervenido recomprarán sus token para los que no tengan prisa.

Un saludo
3  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / List of wallets/services supporting SegWit on: September 10, 2017, 04:18:34 PM
Hi there.  I've been looking for a list of wallets and online services supporting SegWit transactions and couldn't find one, so I decided to start this thread in order to collect them.  

AFAIK these are the only services that have a working implementation of segwit at the time of writing this. (last update: 2018-01-06)

Online services:

  • Bitfinex (new)
  • BitGo
  • Bitpanda
  • BitStamp
  • Bitwala
  • BTC.com
  • Cex.io
  • Coinbase (new)
  • CoinGate
  • Flyp.me
  • GDAX (new)
  • GreenAddress
  • HitBTC
  • Kraken
  • Localbitcoins
  • OpenBazaar
  • Quadrigacx
  • Shapeshift

Hardware wallets:

  • Ledger Nano S
  • Trezor

Software wallets:

  • Armory 0.96.2+
  • Bitcoin Core 0.16+ (0.15 using debug console)
  • BitWallet
  • Edge
  • Electrum 3.0
  • GreenBits
  • Samourai

Despite being ready for SegWit, some services have yet to enable it for public releases, which should take just a few days once the next version iteration goes live. This is the case with Electrum, OpenBazaar, BitGo etc. However, the purpose of this list is locating services where you can make segwit transactions right now, thus benefiting from the lower transaction fees.

Feel free to post news regarding services and wallets with a working SegWit implementation so that anyone can easily locate and use these services, thus also helping to broaden SegWit adoption.

Thanks for reading.
4  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Mempool Observer thread on: August 28, 2017, 03:35:07 PM
Hello there. I've always been a big fan of the Wall Observer thread and always wondered why the Mempool never had such a discussion place to post relevant information about Mempool, instead of having random posts scattered all over the forums like this and this.

A freind of mine has had a transaction stuck for 6 days and counting, having paid a reasonable fee of 0.0014 BTC, but due to the huge tx size (26 KB) it resulted in an extremely low 5.9 satoshi/Byte fee.

It seems clear that the recent spike in mempool size together with the all-time-high recommended transaction fees are due to miners are Milking BTC & Bcash difficulty adjustments, as the POW hashrate has been switching from one network to another, thus causing Bitcoin network to slow down and increasing pending transactions, which resulted in higher fees in order to get transactions confirmed in a reasonable time frame.

Last night, once hashrate returned to the Bitcoin network, low-fee transactions started to be picked by miners down to 10 satoshi/Byte, and even about a third of the 5-to-10 sat/B pending transactions were confirmed, but unfortunately not my friend's.



It's interesting to see how the pending transactions under 10 sat/B are also the ones wasting more space at mempool:



Feel free to comment on future mempool happenings, ATHs etc on this thread.

Thanks for reading.
5  Economy / Service Discussion / BTC-e OKPay deposit issues? on: December 19, 2013, 11:46:15 PM
Today I deposited 534 USD in my BTC-e account using OKPay, but once the payment was done from the OKPay side, the money didn't show up in my BTC-e wallet. I opened a ticket many hours ago and still no reply. What should I do? I have done it many times without a glitch. Have I lost my money? Has somebody experienced such problems when depositing though OKPay?

Thanks in advance.

Edit: They fixed the issue today, 24 hr later.
6  Economy / Scam Accusations / Do NOT use Skrill!!!! on: October 10, 2013, 04:18:39 PM
Well, seems I was scammed by user billi from Localbitcoins, but the sad part is that we used Skrill, which made things much worse.

This user bought 3.23 BTC from me and sent 300 euro to my Skrill account, but a couple days later the Skrill staff blocked my account and requested to send them some documents (ID card and a domestic bill). I did so, and after a week with no response I contacted again, and they just told me to my surprise that my Skrill account had been closed and that I should not use their services in the future, failing to provide more information.

I suspect this user sent me the fraudulent funds using a stolen account, but seems Skrill treats victim and scammer the same way, blocking both accounts, so I have no way to claim my bitcoins or my money back. They are not only helpless but harmful to victims of scam.

Now I'm completely devastated as I don't know how to defend my rights, since Skrill confiscated my money and left me with no option at all. I'm not an UK citizen so it's very difficult for me to file a complaint through the corresponding authority (FCA?), left alone I'm not a native English speaker.

So beware of Skrill if you are buying or seling bitcoins!
7  Local / Español (Spanish) / Cuidado! Intento de estafa en Localbitcoins on: September 09, 2013, 07:38:17 AM
Hola a todos, hace unas semanas que compro y vendo en Localbitcoins, sitio que recomiendo a todo el mundo, pero ayer me he encontrado con mi primer intento de estafa por parte de un usuario llamado younasbcn2015 (aunque probablemente cambie de nick continuamente, ya que horas antes intentó negociar conmigo como usuario younasbcn2014), en la que el individuo me intenta comprar 2.10 BTC por 200 euros y lo marca como pagado tras hacer un ingreso con sobre en un cajero de La Caixa pidiendome que le envie los btc en el mismo dia.

Por supuesto como veo que es un ingreso no validado le digo que se espere hasta mañana y como me sospechaba, el ingreso es rechazado por la caixa por tratarse de un sobre vacio.

Ahora tengo mis BTC retenidos hasta que el pájaro cancele la compra (que espero que haga o si no lo denuncio) o iniciemos disputa en LB, a la que aportaré el justificante de ingreso devuelto.

Asi que cuidado con este tipo de modus operandi, es que hay que andarse con mil ojos!!

8  Economy / Service Discussion / MtGox Bitcoin Withdrawal not working!!! on: August 12, 2013, 07:24:02 PM
Helo there, today I'm not able to do a BTC withdrawal from MtGox, everytime I try it always says the Bitcoin address I've entered is not valid, and I've tried with several different addresses. WTF is happening? Has anybody experienced this problem?

Thanks.
9  Economy / Currency exchange / [WTS] Up to 10 BTC for Euro on: August 10, 2013, 02:41:21 PM
Hello there, I'd like to sell some BTC for Euro @ Gox rates, up to 10 BTC are available right now. Coins would be sent through escrow unless you have a really good reputation. Initially SEPA and OKPay are the preferred paying methods but I may accept others.

Reply here or PM me if you are interested.

Thanks!
10  Economy / Service Discussion / MtGox <> BTC-e arbitrage? on: June 28, 2013, 03:33:23 PM
Hello there, I'd like to do some MtGox<>BTC-e arbitrage, but since AurumXchange closed bussiness, BitInstant does not support MtGox->BTC-e transactions anymore, and OkPay suspended Bitcoin services, what do you think it's the best way to transfer USD from MtGox to another exchange, such as BTC-e or Bitstamp?

In BTC-e site there is a link to a service called www.lr2wm.com, but since their Terms and Conditions start with the sentence "1. We can do what ever we want!!!!!!!!" I don't think they can really be trusted.

Thanks in advance.
11  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Warning! Possible bug on Cryptsy, coins lost?? [FIXED] on: June 27, 2013, 10:46:32 PM
Hello there, I just wanted to warn you about a nasty bug on Cryptsy I just found, which made me lose some money. This must be fixed ASAP!!

I ordered a withdrawal request for 511 YAC I had in my wallet and just after pressing “Send withdrawal request” button the site went down due to the recent DDOS attacks.

But when it came back my coins were not in my wallet and the withdrawal request is not shown on the wallet History!!! And no confirmation email was sent to my inbox, either.

When I press the Audit button, the following info is shown:

Withdrawals
Date TrxId Amount

2013-06-12 03:59:18

528fdeb96f5512306967c24d956c00
648f3609c504041d9acb4c18fc2b87
a2e3

335.76484200

SentTo Address: Y6F9aoZ78pKGsC7zSXvFkkD62r8oc8jM6d

2013-06-27 16:46:14

511.00000000

SentTo Address: Y8uogfMT3jx5GWLpHkvTzQGekf4waVk3Ad

Notice there’s no Txid in the second transaction!!! so the transaction was not initiated but my coins are not there!

I hope they fix this nasty bug and give my coins back. I sent an email to support team but still got no response.

The sad part is, I sent these coins to sell them higher but because of this bug, even if they give my coins back I've lost the opportunity now, so I'm really annoyed. These stupid bugs really need to be worked out in an exchange pretending to be "pro".
12  Local / España / Compro tarjeta grafica AMD/ATI Radeon on: May 06, 2013, 07:14:18 PM
Pues eso, compro una tarjeta para mineria del tipo HD 58xx, 59xx, 69xx, 78xx.

Escucho ofertas.

Un saludo.
13  Local / Español (Spanish) / Pasar de MtGox a OKPay on: April 28, 2013, 10:21:27 AM
Hola a todos, tengo una duda para alguien que haya tenido experiencia pasando dinero de MtGox a OkPay.

La cosa es que al intentar meter los datos de la cuenta de OkPay en el apartado de Withdraw funds de MtGox me pide mi "OKPay ID"y no se a qué se refiere, es el e-mail que utilizo para entrar en OkPay o el ID del Wallet que tengo en OkPay? Ya que en el FAQ de MtGox no viene mencionado (que por cierto le hace falta una actualización como el comer !!!).

Un saludo y gracias.

PD mi intención es pasar fondos a BTC-e a través de OkPay, si alguien sabe otro método que no sea pasando bitcoins (mi intención es comprarlos en BTC-e para hacer "arbitraje") se lo agradezco.
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