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1  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Re: Replay protection ; Can it be done like this? on: November 07, 2017, 06:23:33 PM
3. If during that time you get replayed, go back to step one. You still have access to all of your coins since you own the private key.
It is not a matter of "if". It will undoubtedly happen as long as the transaction is valid on both chains, so as soon as you broadcast one transaction on one chain it will instantly get relayed on to the other.
There are better "replay protections" than yours, just read the forums.
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Sent BCC to a BTC adress... and now I don't know where are they! on: October 18, 2017, 07:58:15 PM
Yes

The BTC destination of the BCCs is mine
What wallet do you use with that BTC address? If the wallet lets you export the private keys, do that and import them to your BCC wallet.
3  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Re: Would there be a way to put a lock time on all successive transactions? on: September 24, 2017, 08:47:13 AM
You can lock a transaction by both the time and certain block. You however will not be able to broadcast those transactions until the lock time has passed.
Check https://github.com/bitcoin/bips/blob/master/bip-0065.mediawiki for more information.
4  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Unusally large transaction size? on: May 22, 2017, 02:26:33 PM
it's the number of transactions the money comes from.
Wrong. Input are inputs, those whole 6 inputs could have been from one single transaction (not the case this time), not necessarily from six different.
5  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Unusally large transaction size? on: May 22, 2017, 02:18:18 PM
Yes you are missing something. Press "Show scripts & coinbase" and you'll see that the transaction has 6 inputs.
6  Economy / Digital goods / Re: 🌟 DrYe5's Kohls Cash Marketplace @ E-Codes 🌟 on: May 12, 2017, 09:58:03 PM
I would like to give free vouch copy only Sr and Hero members.
You haven't posted here since 2013 and after 4 years of absence you come back here with these amazing offers, but ok I'll take it.
7  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: I sent Bitcoin to compressed version of my address and can't retrieve my btc on: April 08, 2017, 05:08:53 PM
I can get to that page, and I have both copy's of my private key. I used the compressed key in the transaction where I sent my BTC to the compressed address. I have all the pieces just don't know how to use them. The original wallet the funds came out of is a free wallet from blockchain. So what I think you're telling me is that if I open that wallet and use my non compressed key where it asks for the address I'm transferring funds from, then it will go back in my wallet? Or should I use the key I originally used? Why are there two of everything anyway, to make it more frusterating? (Jk)
I really don't understand what kind of wallet you are talking about but I'm guessing it's blockchain.info. I don't know how it works but I found this post:
Settings -> Addresses -> Manage Address at imported addresses -> Import Address -> put the private key in the box -> Import -> Close
So do that if you want to use blockchain.info. If you don't (which I recommend) use Electrum and when you start it for the first time choose "Restore a wallet or import keys" there just put your private key and enjoy having full control of your coins unlike in blockchain.info because as far as I researched it doesn't give you the option to export your private keys.
8  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: I sent Bitcoin to compressed version of my address and can't retrieve my btc on: April 08, 2017, 03:01:32 PM
I'm rechecking the addresses now, I probably did make a mistake bc I entered them manually. I had them generated at bitaddress.org. I was able to place a successful multi sig order with them but I had copy and pasted them for that. Give me a sec and I'll do the same here
Since you used bitaddress.org you can just simply go to the "wallet details" tab on bitaddress.org and paste the private key that you have. Then copy that other private key and import into your wallet and spend it.
9  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Re: Most delayed transactions :) on: March 26, 2017, 11:13:45 AM
Seems to me that BTC.TOP pool removed DUST limit and confirms spam transactions Smiley
Seems to me that they only do this when the mempool is empty. And so fee paying transactions shall confirm as normal.
Nothing to worry about. (apart from filling people's hard drives with little data)
10  Economy / Digital goods / Re: ==>| Cash Overflow |<== BLACKHAT MONEY MAKING METHOD.[Earn up to $10,000 a year] on: March 07, 2017, 11:23:33 AM
Got a vouch copy.
TL;DR Very stale method.

First of all the method is no way near blackhat. Abusing the site rules, sure but not blackhat. You will basically be getting free stuff and selling it for couple bux. What you will be trying to sell can bet get for free (not only from the site but people actually give it for free, although it's a lot harder to get it for free from people). This method was being used by many people for over 10 years. There is lots of supply and little demand and so there are lots of people who sell the product very cheaply because there is lots of competition between the suppliers who will sell cheaper. On top of that, at the very top of the pdf file it says "Cash Overflow" a quick google search and I found this site www.cashoverflow.in so I have a feeling it was stripped from there.

Can you make money with this?
Yes, it will probably make you money, but not too much. And there is lots and lots of hardwork involved.
11  Economy / Digital goods / Re: ==>| Cash Overflow |<== BLACKHAT MONEY MAKING METHOD.[Earn up to $10,000 a year] on: March 07, 2017, 10:24:45 AM
10k a year? That's a little bit over 800$ a month. So not too much, not sure what kind of blackhat this is.
Though I can take the vouch copy and I'll write a review.
12  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Please explain me this... on: March 06, 2017, 11:02:32 PM
Can please somebody with good hearth explain me why oh why if I make a transaction, all the rest of my funds is moved onto another address BUT it doesn't show up in the Bitcoin Wallet AT ALL?
Don't use any traditional wallets myself, but my guess is that those are change addresses. They do not show up but they are in your wallet, when you'll try to spend them you will be able to.
13  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: 2 Unconfirmed transactions on: February 17, 2017, 11:21:58 PM
yakuza is wrong. 101 satoshis per byte isn't too small, just below the recommended.
And that's exactly what I meant. Though if the fees are below recommended and mempool's size does not decrease the transaction wouldn't have been confirmed.
I did read the thread, and I think you were wrong here:
ViaBtc rejects all transactions that have a fee of less than 10 sat/B. And since his second transaction spends an unconfirmed output from his first transaction he cannot push it to ViaBtc because that transaction simply doesn't exist in their mempool.
That statement is correct though it wasn't the case since his second transaction did not spend outputs from first transaction. It double-spent first transaction.
Since that one had a high enough fee, ViaBTC could pick it up. Unless ViaBTC rejects transactions that are double spends, but I see no reason why any miner would do that. And yes, I checked the txid.
If I'm wrong here - which I doubt - I'd like to know where I'm wrong. I now want to test it by myself.
You are 100% correct on this one. Probably ViaBtc has some checks to see if it's double-spend or not. Though it's strange that they monitor even transactions with a fee of 1sat/B.
BTW, if you think I'm sig spamming: my campaign manager has a small reward for you if you report me. No need to mention that in any threads.
I apologize you are not spamming. It's just that his second transaction couldn't have been accepted by ViaBtc.
14  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: 2 Unconfirmed transactions on: February 17, 2017, 10:25:32 PM
My coins are now safe, but i see that the old unconfirmed transactions are still in the network, will they automatically be dropped and erased from the network or do i need to do something?
They are already dropped from the "network" though they will still stay in your wallet. You should zapwallets. And then everything should be ok.
15  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: BITCOIN PRIVATE KEY on: February 17, 2017, 10:08:58 PM
But, many new people are asking about cracking the private key and it is important to know the nature of the question before people waste time answering it.
Didn't know it, and if that's the case then you are probably right. Though for me it was pretty clear that OP wants to crack wallet's password.
16  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: 2 Unconfirmed transactions on: February 17, 2017, 09:48:47 PM
Yakuza do you think i lost my coins forever now?
Hehe. No. Don't worry, tomorrow the mempool will be close to empty and then is when your transaction will get confirmed.
I do not guarantee it, but the size of the mempool is usually a lot smaller on weekends.
Also you sure you don't have private keys associated with these addresses 1MJF22LL41V1BNdvzucU4z41T5pEoZ5Xio ; 14SqwLchTWUwjK35Vs8cWU9jzZQa1KLMou
Because if you do you could CPFP and your transactions would be confirmed in less than an hour.
17  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: 2 Unconfirmed transactions on: February 17, 2017, 08:41:08 PM
You can try using this site to make the second transaction confirm faster.  It might still take few hours though.
This will work.
It will not. Please read the the whole thread before spamming your signature.
Well i just made a double spend and payed a 101 satoshi per byte fee, now i do regret and wish i would pay more fee but im still not totally understanding how much fee i should pay.
Still too small. But the weekend is almost here so mempool should clear up. Also I said what fee you should use (0.0005BTC).
You can also check them here bitcoinfees.21.co

Edit: I read more posts of LoyceV and it doesn't seem like he's a signature spammer. Still though next time read a little bit more of the thread not just first and last reply.
18  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: 2 Unconfirmed transactions on: February 17, 2017, 08:14:12 PM
Is it possible for that transaction to get validated even though i alredy spent 10 bitcoins though the transaction is still unconfirmed?
As long ass the first transaction is unconfirmed, yes.
19  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: 2 Unconfirmed transactions on: February 17, 2017, 07:43:33 PM
Dude i am very new at these things  Embarrassed

How can i sign as you said?
Haven't used bitcoin core wallet for years. But it should be something like this:
In console tab (if that thing even exists in newer wallets) type signrawtransaction rawtx.
Replace "rawtx" with one of those that I gave you.
I do not guarantee it will work. As I said I don't use any standalone wallets.
20  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: 2 Unconfirmed transactions on: February 17, 2017, 07:19:48 PM
I sent my first transaction to a company for buying items, so i am not in control of that wallet that was supposed to recieve the bitcoins
First output or first transaction. If it's first transaction than forget about it, that transaction will never confirm.
The second transaction was sent to a localbitcoins wallet that has not yet recieved the bitcoins so i am not able to send any from that wallet.
Again second output or second transaction? Do you own any of these addresses?
1MJF22LL41V1BNdvzucU4z41T5pEoZ5Xio
14SqwLchTWUwjK35Vs8cWU9jzZQa1KLMou
If yes, do what I told earlier, if no double-spend that transaction and now send it with a truly high fee. At least 0.0005BTC
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