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41  Local / Работа / Re: Деньги за посты on: July 16, 2018, 09:45:50 PM
Куда обратится, можно побольше информации??
42  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: [ANN BTCJam] - Secured Loans on: April 21, 2013, 01:35:09 AM
Do dividends still flow properly to the owner, or do they pay to BTCJam? Are they held in Escrow? If so can the loan be paid from the escrow?

Is collateral released as the loan progresses, or is it all locked away until repayment?


I have those same questions but i have not found an answer any where.  I am very interested in using this but my shares are bonds that pay out daily so i want to know what happens to the dividends.
43  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Strange balance after using sendmany on: July 04, 2011, 02:28:11 AM
thanks.  I did not realise it told you the fee charged. I have been using testnet-in-a-box for my latest tests due to confirmations been so slow on testnet itself but i think i have a few old transactions on the real testnet i can check.
44  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Strange balance after using sendmany on: July 03, 2011, 10:04:06 PM
Hi,
I have been playing around with the send many command on testnet building a new project.  I currently using the latest client with a transfer cost of 0.0005. I am making several transfers of the amounts of 5, 3, 2.5, 2 and 0.005btc. The issue i have is i am noticing that sometimes my wallet is ending up with a balance that goes from a whole number down to 8 decimal places and i don't get why as i am not making transactions that small and send many does not seem to support it anyway as transactions to just send left over funds error so i need to round the amount to only 4 decimal places.

I am confused how send btc where the smallest amount i send is 0.005 can result in a wallet having a balance like 10.03257234.  I have double checked my code and placed limits on all my decimals to round them to 4 decimal places to rule anything like that out as a cause. Since my system is automated and makes about 15 transactions i can't be exactly where the issue is but all of the transactions use send many just in slightly different ways. Some send the whole balance to set account plus a fee and others send partial balance + fee and send rest of the balance back to the same address.

I know send many charges per kb.  Does it charge based on the percentage of a KB you use?  That may explain my issue. I just need to work out what is going  on so i can correctly deal with it.

Chris


45  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Re: TEST network, for experimental development and hacking on: July 02, 2011, 01:30:09 AM
I have to say testnet is getting hard to generate coins/blocks or something is wrong. I am hardly getting any blocks coming in so my transactions are not processing so i moved my miner that does 650Mhash/s onto the testnet network.  This is saved setting that worked in the past and normally generate the coins in 3-15 min.  So far it has been 40 min with no coins generated and only 1 other block coming in from the network.  Looks like it will take me about 80 min to test a single transaction at the min. 

Wish i could use testnet in a box but using multiple machines linux and win plus need to use custom build of the client on the backend.

Is this just because the difficulty on the testnet is getting too high?  Couldn't it be set lower so more blocks come out and people can do tests faster?
46  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Re: [PULL] private key and wallet export/import on: June 20, 2011, 09:01:59 PM
Is there any chance of adding a method to export a new address/private key without it ever been added to your wallet? Reason is i am looking at using this store bitcoins offline as such but don't want to have to delete my wallet each time i generate a new exported address/private key pair. At this stage i am looking at creating a new data directory of the client so i can do this manually by deleting the wallet each time but just seems like a waste of time and effort that could be done in the method.  Maybe if you don't pass an address in it generates a new address/private key pair and returns them and never adds them to the wallet.
47  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: please make price go down on: June 19, 2011, 08:51:02 PM
lol wish granted last night.  now been all reverted though but did last a minute like you wanted.
48  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Newbie restrictions on: June 19, 2011, 08:35:43 PM
I understand the restrictions due to spam etc but it would be great to have someway to post to a topic still but it needs approval or something to show maybe from someone on that topic or something? 

Spam will always get through as people always seem to find a way with it. having people that make the topics moderate their own topicand not allow new members to post new topics for a while way work.
49  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Whitelist Requests (Want out of here?) on: June 19, 2011, 01:03:50 PM
Hi,
I joined to post on this topic
http://forum.bitcoin.org/index.php?topic=8091.0

I don't care if i am restricted from that topic but could someone post the following to that topic for me?  I just want to see if it is just my client that is effected.

----------post----------


I have been doing some testing with the build posted on http://bitbills.com/tools.html in particular the binary at http://bitbills.com/bitcoind.tar.gz and discovered what i think is an issue.  These are the steps i performed and the result.  I am just wondering if this has been fixed in a later version, if it is a bug or if it is the way it is meant to be.

Steps.
1. generate a new address and export the private key.
2. delete the wallet.
3. Use another client to send coins to the generated address
4. create a new wallet and import address to verify all coins arrive. (worked)
5. transfer half the coins to another address but leave half the coins on the current address.
6. delete the wallet.
7. create a new wallet and import the private key again.
8. check the number of coins (did not work.  was expecting half to show up but instead the overall balance was 0. The imported address had a balance of 29 and the "" account had a balance of -29.  had 29 coins on the account originally and sent 20 coins on so expected 9 to be left)

Am i misunderstanding how all this works? Just wanted to know because i wanted to use this as a backup system for my coins but i don't want to loose them Smiley

Using testnet for the testing but that should have no effect from my understanding.

Seer
50  Economy / Marketplace / Re: Recent Events At Bitcoin Market on: June 08, 2011, 07:20:54 AM
An idea to make paypal safer.

1. clear all paypal email addresses in the database on BCM.
2. To add a paypal address an email confirmation with a generated code is sent to your paypal email address. This includes terms stating that you agree sales are final once coins are released from escrow.
3. The user must enter the code in BCM to activate the paypal email address as well as again agree to the terms of no charge backs and that sales are final once coins released from escrow.
4. To buy coins via paypal any offer you make will result in an email been sent to your paypal email address with a generated code.  Again T&C's are stated and until you enter the code in on BCM the offer is no entered into the system.
5. In the transaction history all the information aabove and the time and date the seller agreed and what they agreed to is shown so that the seller can use it to argue with paypal.

It may not win the case with paypal but if the other person has control of the paypal email and the paypal account and agreed to the terms the chances are they are that person and they have agreed that the escrow history does show the real delivery of the item.  IF you have the other person agreements it should be a reasonable case with paypal.

What do you think guys?
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