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41  Other / Off-topic / Re: Book about Ross Ulbricht is almost ready!! on: September 07, 2018, 02:37:28 PM
Pathetic lie to scam the most gullible of people, do not trust this user unless serious proof is presented.
42  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Cryptopia Cryptocurrency Platform Services and Development on: August 29, 2018, 06:40:53 AM
A few days ago I got an email from listings@crytopia.co.nz about filing out some form with personal info.

Wondering if this was a legit email from Cryptopia and not some email to harvest personal information.

Can some of the mods comment on this?

As far i know the Support send emails to CoinDevs from the email listings@crytopia.co.nz  because this email just used for Listings and CoinDevs !

Regards lafu
you do realize the "p" in cryPtopia is missing in that email, right? if he did not write that by mistake, he may very well be phished, and you confirmed he can trust it. I'd imagine the official email would be listings@cryptopia.co.nz.
43  Economy / Services / Re: looking for Chinese, janapane, sweden, Norway, and Danish citizens. on: August 28, 2018, 02:17:00 PM
Dane here.

Do you need me to shill stuff for you with my own facebook account? Or can I register a new facebook and do your task on that account?
44  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Cryptopia Cryptocurrency Platform Services and Development on: August 12, 2018, 02:39:26 PM
please look my suppot ticket CS0058077 & CS0058083

i deposite ltc but not shown, olso i have other amount of ltc my account but when i try withdraw i am getting ltc address is not valid but other time i have withdrawal money on this address and this address is active

i am get this error " invalid add" to other all coins if i try to withdraw

can someone help me ?
In regards to the deposit, it's not shown most likely because LTC has no active connections at the moment in Cryptopia (see image below). You'll be receiving your LTC once the connection is back and the wallet completely synced. Not sure about the invalid address though, better wait to the support's response.


You can check the coin status at : https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/CoinInfo/?coin=LTC

thank you for answer, your information is helpful +1
in regards to the invalid address issue, maybe its the same situation as for BCC (Bitcoin Cash) where several formats of public keys exists, and you need to "translate" your address for it to work depending on the site you are depositing/withdrawing from/to.

Not entirely sure though, could also just be due to the chain not being synced..
45  Economy / Services / Re: 1Address.io - Dapp for buying/selling vanity bitcoin addresses on: August 07, 2018, 12:36:16 PM
Seems like a cool idea.

the private keys are still gonna be exposed to your software right? or does the contract make it trustless?
46  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: Looking for chart developer on: July 28, 2018, 08:19:53 PM
Did you hire a developer to make what you have now, or did you do it yourself?

If you know basic programming, then use https://www.chartjs.org/

It should have all functionalities you could desire Smiley
47  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: BTCgrinders.com - bitcoin and crypto rewards site on: July 22, 2018, 04:33:56 PM
Hey, just wanted to chime in and say I love what you are doing Smiley

Unfortunately, I am already using/signed up for most of the services.

One service that I feel is missing, is https://www.onehash.com/. I really like this site as a place to catch some real nice odds in esports.

I am pretty sure you can reach an agreement with them very easily Smiley

48  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: How can I implement this on a page? on: July 22, 2018, 03:46:05 PM
very good day everyone, I'm starting to work on a new project, I do not have much experience in the field but I'm learning, finally I want to implement the system of unique wallets per user as exchange houses or web wallets but I do not have idea of how to do it any video, page, book that can help me?
Thanks in advance


something like that



Check out block.io if you need to assign addresses to your users, or localbitcoins merchant API if you want to accept btc for services/products customers order from you (as users or not).

I don't know of any solution that requires no programming experience at all, but the above solutions are rather easy to implement. Although, not the best-practice solutions.
49  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: Arbitrage automation service on: July 21, 2018, 08:30:46 PM
Hello ladies and gents!

Could anyone to help me and say: Are there arbitrage services which help to user automate trading between 2 or more exchanges from the single panel? Probably flow:
1. User register & login on the service website
2. See own wallet and replenishes it for 7000$
3. Go to the Monitoring panel and see the list of HOT arbitrage opportunities
4. Select the most profitable
5. Press button "buy BTC on exchange A" for 7000$.
6. After the completion of a transaction press button "sell BTC on exchange B" for 7200$
7. Gets 200$ of profit

Is there such service in the market right now? If no, what do you think about the reason?

Thanks in advance!


you can do this manually and it would be just as easy, you would just have to find the opportunity yourself
I know of plenty online services that lists arbitrage opportunities on several exchanges, but none that allows you to act on them on-site.

I know of a coin which pays you dividends from arbitrage profits they get through their software, cant remember the specifics sorry. Ticker is something like ARBX or something of the sorts.

I think the reason you don't see an arbitrage service as you describe is because saturation is quickly reached with just a few hundred users looking at the same list of opportunities.

50  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: CoinPot Website on: July 21, 2018, 07:28:42 PM
Oh so basically, you can store money from all the faucets into a single wallet? Well, nice! Do you have access to your wallet's private keys on coinpot?

 The specific advantage of these micro wallets is that you don't gather dust like you would with a normal wallet while claiming from faucets (since payments are sent in batches to your "real" wallet by the service/microwallet provider)...

Exactly, and while it is true you are not in control of the private keys, you are able to withdraw (even faster, with coinpots convert service) to a private key you do control. I personally convert to dogecoin, and usually withdraws to a gambling site to have some free fun. So in my case, i at most have 100 doge in an address i do not control before I withdraw. Minimum is 50 doge.

Of course, you should not store huge amounts with a micro wallet provider. The thing is, why would you?
51  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: CoinPot Website on: July 21, 2018, 01:37:29 PM
I Need To Know https://coinpot.co It's Real or Spam,
What the hell is that thing? Crypto-currency micro wallet? What is a micro wallet? And they have tie-ups with some faucets? I don't know if they're real or a scam, I don't see the point of using that service. There is some information about weekly payouts, well that does seem like a scam if you're suppose to send them some money.
Haha patatas, are you for real?

It is a micro-wallet meant as a way to collect faucet earnings in a single site, rather than having 2-5 different faucet balances that all have a min. withdraw which is usually hard to reach.

Using coinpot, you can convert btc earnings into Doge (or other coin), to combine them with other faucet earnings and reach withdraw limits easier.

If you don't see the point in this, then I believe your mistakenly extending your view on faucets to also reflect your views on faucet-related tools/services.

52  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: CoinPot Website on: July 20, 2018, 07:38:09 PM
It's worth mentioning that abuse is something these kind of websites deal with a lot.

I am fairly certain that most of the "they dont pay its scam" ranting you will see, are from people who attempted to abuse the system.

I've been using coinpot ever since the moon faucets switched to it as payment service. I have never deposited (only uses it to collect payments and do withdraws) but have withdrawn fairly large sums.

Personally, I do not think coinpot is a scam. I will however advise you to not use coinpot as a means of safe storage, but rather just let your faucet claims pile up and then convert & withdraw Smiley
53  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: 💰 StackBIT 💰💰 POS 900% APR 💰💰 Listed on Coinexchange and Stocks.Exchange 💰 on: July 17, 2018, 04:04:29 PM
--snip--

Ive had a death in my family that has taken some time to sort out (legal aspects) I apologise to  saerlingen and will correct that now, I have paid saerlingen several times for his work so this is out of character and just one of those things.

I shall today be developing the website for SBIT

TT
can confirm ive been contacted, will change feedback when payment received.

All the best to you and your closest.
54  Economy / Services / Re: Today I figured out how to contact +300k Reddit users. on: July 16, 2018, 02:03:29 PM
What the above fella said.

What exactly did you have in mind people would send to your list, when using this service? A friendly greeting or perhaps a malicious link?

Would you care which it was?

55  Local / Skandinavisk / Re: Ny Dansk drevet nyheds site [Bitdane.news] on: July 12, 2018, 12:14:53 PM
Må give janemil ret.

Jeres nyhedssite virker overflødigt..

Jeg vil vove at påstå at hvis man ikke er i stand til at få sine nyheder igennem et engelsk sproget nyhedssite, så er man nok ikke lige den type der falder over crypto-currency OG tager interessen op.

Der skal da nok være nogle der ender på jeres site, og måske er så ringe til engelsk de bliver glade for jeres google translates.

Dog går meget tabt i oversættelserne, og det er på ingen måde et præsentabelt produkt fra jeres side.
56  Economy / Services / Re: [OFFER] Full stack developer with best price on: July 12, 2018, 11:56:26 AM
I'm a experience software developer, I have more than 10 years experience. My skills set: Java, NodeJS,PHP, C#,C++, Javascript, Python, SQL, MySQL, MongoDB, Time series DB,  ...
Knowledge on Trading, Technical analysis (TA), Blockchain, Smart contract, Banking.
I can take jobs for : Trading Bot in all exchange, Twitter, Facebook, Telegram bot, blockchain,.... with best price.
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In this forum I did jobs for a Trading Bot and Twitter bot.
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Please contact me if you need a developer for your job.


What would be your hourly rate?

I have a IRL friend who would be happy to acquire some assistance for his current project.

If you have experience developing in React Native, or you are capable of developing a native IOS app then do shoot me a PM.

Most likely, you will be included in his project and work on same terms as him, and his current partner.
57  Economy / Services / Re: Buying old bitcoin addresses (no airdrops/bch, they can be useless) on: July 09, 2018, 11:07:56 AM

You mentioning wire fraud, but omitting document forgery/impersonation is something i don't get.


It's so funny you think that is what OP is doing. You can google 'document forgery' easily and see what it means, so why would you post something so ignorant?

Wire fraud is a really general term so I guess I'm a little confused how you don't know what that means. Wait why are you arguing with me about something you don't understand?

Impersonation is only illegal if you are impersonating law enforcement. That being said it may lead to committing other crimes, but that's the point I've been making consistently. It MAY but nobody KNOWS, so don't act like he's a scammer just for wanting to buy an old address and look like he was into Bitcoin early.
K
58  Economy / Services / Re: Buying old bitcoin addresses (no airdrops/bch, they can be useless) on: July 08, 2018, 06:55:17 PM
General opinion of what?

That it is a serious indicator of fraud, if a business owner lies/presents "alternative" facts.

The example you cherry picked is completely irrelevant as we're talking about facts vs fiction. Wire fraud vs some guy who wants to look oldschool.

"cherry picked" makes it sound like i chose this case out of several, for its specific benefits to my argument. That is untrue, it is in fact the only such case i know of. Nonetheless, the sentiment was clear.

I did not know of any wire fraud though, i haven't bothered studying the incident.

You mentioning wire fraud, but omitting document forgery/impersonation is something i don't get.

I respect that you think you know everything and that your assumptions are correct, but I'd definitely argue that the general opinion here is that you have absolutely no idea what he wants to do by proving he is oldschool into Bitcoin.

Now who is flaming?  Kiss

edit:

Just remembered the arbitao signature campaign was stopped by the manager after users pointed out that old images (big ben not in scaffold) was presented as if they were taken in a period where big ben was scaffolded.

59  Economy / Services / Re: Buying old bitcoin addresses (no airdrops/bch, they can be useless) on: July 08, 2018, 04:36:12 PM
To be honest, even using it to convince somebody of something isn't a big scam if there is no victim. Maybe they just need it for credibility so somebody will take them seriously with some project they can perform. Kind of like people lying on a resume. Sure it's dishonest, but as long as they can fulfill the job it is victim-less.

Somebody may want to know why they're using it before selling them an address, that's fine. But to flame this guy for wanting to have an old address to look like an early adopter when there's no proof of scamming seems immature.

You mean just like it went down with Atriz?

A signature campaign turned red as blood, after it was disclosed that raised funds mentioned heavily in marketing, was in fact just made up numbers.

I respect that you are voicing your opinion, but i'd definitely argue that the general opinion here is different from yours.

60  Economy / Services / Re: Buying old bitcoin addresses (no airdrops/bch, they can be useless) on: July 08, 2018, 04:31:57 PM
Just because they have a red tag for trying to buy an account months ago does't mean they're trying to pull some scam by buying an early address. It's pretty weird but honestly how is an old address going to convince anybody of anything. You could probably mine addresses for a day and hit an old address that was used.

Well, the level of knowledge bitcoin users have varies wildly.

My theory is that OP wants an early address that is not gonna show up in search results so that a potential victim won't be able to easily know that anyone could impersonate the address.

If someone convinced me that they controlled a private key from 2013 or before, I wouldn't think twice about them saying they possess lots of BTC from cheap prices, even if the address does not contain those coins.

Think of the typical (but surprisingly effective) nigerian prince scam.

He has lots of BTC, but for some reason needs you to help him access them or maybe invest for him, and its just pennies for him since he is a millionaire in my mind.
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