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1  Bitcoin / Technical Support / MOVED: Configuracion para novatos de SPONDOOLIES SP31 on: Today at 09:07:50 PM
This topic has been moved to Hardware y Minerķa.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1763530.0
2  Bitcoin / Technical Support / Re: Bitcoin transaction not confirming! Been almost 24 HOURS on: Today at 09:07:04 PM
how do i do this i need this to clear now i sent all the coins i had in my wallet so now what do i do
You cannot do this with the blockchain.info wallet. Your only options are to wait or contact the miners.
If I run the core wallet then I'm able to include a transaction which will be the first confirmation right? isn't blockchain.info also a full node(s)?
That is not how Bitcoin works.

Full nodes do not provide confirmations, miners do. Regardless of what you do, it is up to the miners to confirm the transactions by including them in blocks.

What are you including? Where are you including it? Unless you are a miner, you are not including any transactions anywhere.

What happens if fees are deducted from balance no matter if double spent or not, wouldn't that reduce spam?
Then you are giving miners the ability to steal Bitcoin that is not theirs. The fee is not part of any balance. The fee comes from the difference between the amount created by the outputs and the amount consumed by the inputs.
3  Economy / Web Wallets / Re: Blockchain question(merging amounts) on: Today at 09:02:49 PM
You send all of your funds in one transaction to a new address. Having them all in the same address will not reduce fees, you need the funds all in one output. Any time you make a transaction on the Bitcoin network you will need to pay a transaction fee.
4  Bitcoin / Technical Support / Re: 5 bitcoin transactions stuck, urgently need, anything can be done? on: Today at 07:28:05 PM
My mistake then. I thought the original transaction was taken directly from LocalBitcoins. If it was from the blockchain wallet, you should look into that instead.

OK, so basically I just sent from my blockchain wallet and it did something I haven't seen before... it kept sending the bitcoin from address to address even though i was divvying out the original .225 i had received.
That is not how Bitcoin works. It does not divvy up the amounts. Bitcoin works by spending from and creating transaction outputs. Think of these outputs like a bill (as in dollar bill, physical cash). In order to spend some of that bill but not all of it, you need to get change. In Bitcoin, there is also change. This change is in all of your transactions where you are not spending the entire output amount. When you need to spend again, you are not spending from the original output but rather the change output. Your wallet is spending from that change, which is what is causing the chain of transactions.

Probably. They all have the same fairly low fee so not all of them will confirm at the same time.

Edit: Some but not all of your transactions have confirmed.
5  Economy / Web Wallets / Re: Blockchain question(merging amounts) on: Today at 07:21:57 PM
Generate a new address. Send your Bitcoin from your other addresses to that new address in one transaction.

Note: I didn't understand the blockchain part (first line) of your post.
He's talking about the blockchain.info wallet.
6  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Re: Configure Core not to download blocks or relay tx automatically on: Today at 07:20:46 PM
You cannot have Core function properly without downloading all of the blocks. You can enable pruning so that it does not take up as much space, but it will still need to download and verify all of the blocks before discarding them. This will still take up a lot of bandwidth though.

You can run Bitcoin Core in blocksonly mode (with the -blocksonly option) where it will not download, verify, or relay any unconfirmed transactions. It will still need to download confirmed transactions as those are part of blocks.
7  Bitcoin / Technical Support / Re: Bitcoin transaction not confirming! Been almost 24 HOURS on: Today at 07:18:36 PM
how do i do this i need this to clear now i sent all the coins i had in my wallet so now what do i do
You cannot do this with the blockchain.info wallet. Your only options are to wait or contact the miners.
8  Bitcoin / Technical Support / MOVED: Forum overloaded can intermittent connection all the time. on: Today at 06:08:44 PM
This topic has been moved to Meta.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1763335.0
9  Bitcoin / Technical Support / Re: Bitcoin transaction not confirming! Been almost 24 HOURS on: Today at 05:24:56 PM
i downloaded Blockchain wallet
What blockchain wallet? The mobile wallet made by Blockchain.info? If so, that is a web wallet and you will not be able to do the third option.

The first transaction spends from an output in the second transaction, so that cannot confirm until the second one does. Your second transaction is the one in the OP and has a low fee as I stated earlier.

Try contacting the users I suggested earlier and using the site I linked to.
10  Bitcoin / Technical Support / Re: Bitcoin transaction not confirming! Been almost 24 HOURS on: Today at 05:15:01 PM
attempt a double spend with a higher fee (RBF transaction),

correct me if i am wrong but in order to do a Replace By Fee transaction should the initial transaction already have the flag signaling the ability to be replaced?
this tx has one input with the max sequence of (ffffffff)
how do you RBF a transaction like this?
Some miners still do full RBF, meaning that there does not need to be any opt-in signalling. Such an RBF transaction is basically the same transaction but with a higher fee, so one of the outputs will be slightly smaller.
11  Bitcoin / Technical Support / Re: Please help me I am new on: Today at 05:13:53 PM
The two transactions in question are https://blockchain.info/tx/ecbc2167f0d3d5abf5f115e51d98521818358a24cff895024997ed59f2726a54 and https://blockchain.info/tx/b4f4d65f22456a1c45b5b0d027cf08af94b53ac684d9f340ae36c0fe808135c0

The issue is the low transaction fee. Both pay a fee of ~40 satoshis/byte. The current recommended fee is ~120 satoshis/byte according to http://bitcoinfees.21.co/.

Since you are using web wallets your options are limited. You can either wait and hope it confirms, or contact a miner to help you.

For the latter option, you can contact the users macbook-air and Quickseller. You can also try using this tool: https://www.viabtc.com/tools/txaccelerator/
12  Bitcoin / Technical Support / Re: Bitcoin transaction not confirming! Been almost 24 HOURS on: Today at 04:58:54 PM
Your transaction fee is fairly low. You paid a fee of ~65 satoshis/byte. The current recommended fee is ~120 satoshis/byte according to http://bitcoinfees.21.co/.

You have a few options. You can wait for it to confirm, wait for it to drop from the network and resend with a fee, attempt a double spend with a higher fee (RBF transaction), or ask a miner.

If you want to do the third option, we need to know what wallet you are using.

For the 4th option, you can contact the users macbook-air and Quickseller. You can also try using this tool: https://www.viabtc.com/tools/txaccelerator/
13  Other / Meta / Re: Q: Should Lauda *really* be a moderator of bitcointalk A: no on: Today at 04:54:39 PM
You got what you wanted. Lauda is no longer a staff member. You can lock this thread now.
14  Other / Meta / Re: theymos stance on extortion/blackmail by staff on: Today at 04:54:25 PM
You got what you wanted. Lauda is no longer a staff member. You can lock this thread now as it is getting off topic.
15  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Not seeing transfer on: Today at 04:55:42 AM
All I see is the bitcoin address I sent to which was 13CwquPEFE8qs2whJUUPa5M8FTedng7eMY but no transaction id.
There are no transactions associated with that address. Coinbase should provide you with a transaction id and a link to blockr.io for the transaction.

This seems like an issue on Coinbase's end. You should contact their support.
16  Other / Meta / Re: Please Ban This User - Copy Paste on: Today at 12:09:13 AM
He is already permabanned.
17  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Did bitcoin like systems already exist? on: Today at 12:08:33 AM
There were (and still are) digital currency systems. However these are all centralized systems and relied on a central authority. Bitcoin is different from them as it is a decentralized system.
18  Bitcoin / Technical Support / Re: How recover bitcoin wallet from hard drive (2009)? on: January 23, 2017, 11:32:21 PM
I have no idea how Bitcoin Core V0.0.1 (or whatever was out at the time) works but can't he just set his date back on his motherboard to approx when he first installed the software (sometime in 2009) using the EXACT same hard drive, same CPU, same motherboard and he would generate the exact same random key as before? Doesn't the software generate the data using info from the hard drive, cpu, motherbord, and time ?

He would have to do this for every second of every day within that 3-6 months time span when he approx installed the client to get the same key.
That's not how it works. RNGs pull in data from everywhere in order to get their random numbers. It is probably impossible to attempt to get exactly the same inputs that seed the RNG. This means that he has to have the exact some programs open, in the exact same places in their execution, the exact time down to the nanosecond, exactly the same mouse movements, exactly the same keyboard inputs, exact same bits set on the disk (which was formatted), etc. Because RNGs are usually seeded with this extremely precise data, it is impossible for OP to attempt to replicate the same state to get the RNG to generate the proper keys.



Given that OP has not responded in several days and that people are repeating what has already been said and generally being off topic and not constructive, I will be locking this thread. OP, if you want to continue the discussion and help going on here, please send me a PM and I can unlock it.
19  Bitcoin / Technical Support / Coins not arriving in wallet on: January 23, 2017, 11:18:26 PM
Bitcoin Client Software and Version Number: coinbase
Operating System: windows 7
System Hardware Specs: n/a
Description of Problem: bitcoins never arrived at the following address eventho had 3 conformations and bitcoinchain show that everything alright
Any Related Addresses: 3J5nxtJ8Rb7jegdHVJnBRpVfGZVzzhL6ud
Any Related Transaction IDs:5c72373514867469180b26309c27a2328fc84be81b70bd4a862dad60897560d1
Screenshot of the problem: n/a
Log Files from the Bitcoin Client: n/a
First of all, please make a separate thread using the format, not post your question in this thread.

The transaction has confirmed. The issue here is with the receiver's software. If you are the recipient, then contact Coinbase's support. If you are not, then tell the recipient that their wallet has an issue. Either way, the Bitcoin was sent and the issue lies on the receiver's wallet.
20  Bitcoin / Technical Support / Re: Network sent datas on: January 23, 2017, 05:35:05 AM
the only thing that could help you through this is getting them to download and run YOUR version of a bitcoin wallet, that might provide you multiple places where they see the balance because you could control the network that the daemon at their home pc connects to. 
I highly doubt that would work as any sane person looking to store a large amount of Bitcoin is going to look for a well reviewed and highly recommended wallet. In fact, there's probably a good chance that they would use a hardware wallet along with the software that the wallet maker recommends so this would be very difficult to pull off.

in the end you would catch a lot of lawsuits, but the way the law is here at this time you would not catch any criminal charge unless it is tampering with their PC(maybe?).  it is set up here in the USA that if they knowingly transfer BTC to you, whether under false pretenses or not, you are fine. 
Wouldn't this kind of scam be considered fraud which is a criminal offence?

that is why when you see people on here bitch that they have been scammed out of BTC, they can simply keep whining.  Crypsty got nailed because their site made claims to "Securely store" the commodity of Bitcoin and other alts, thus acting as a class 3 MSB and underclass 4 securities foundation.  if you sucker someone into giving you bitcoins, then they were simply stupid and deserve the loss.  if you tell them, via website or any other communication, that you are "storing", "securing", "holding"(while using the term investment), or "using secure transfer", then those terms, exactly as i just said them, put you in the hands of the SEC and InterSync
This is not that the victim is giving you Bitcoin, but rather they are giving you fiat (or something else) and you are giving them Bitcoin. Except the fraud here is that you are not actually giving them Bitcoin, only making them believe that Bitcoin was sent.
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