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1  Economy / Micro Earnings / Re: VirtualPub.io - Run your own pub/bar, serve drinks, earn bitcoin! on: Today at 11:02:06 AM
Roulette is not working right.I bet 1 Lucky Coin and won the bet.Nothing received back,even lost the coin I bet.

you must click on new game and after it return to the main page of game and you will receive your winnings after it.

good luck...
I already done that,coins only disappear.

I cant confirm that my roulette is working fine

on what did you bet?
I bet on 19-36(2X).Number 34 get out,so I won.Then I press new game,returned to main page and coins just disappeared.
You're doing something wrong. Either your coins got credited, or your bet didn't count and you didn't "bet" as you're supposed to.
I tried it myself and it works. Lots of other users confirming it's working
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] BlackCoin (BLK/BC) | PoS | No premine | No IPO on: May 24, 2017, 02:47:56 AM
I don't know to be honest. It's all open source and available on Github.

https://github.com/dzimbeck/blackcoin

What I think you're asking is whether the coin could function like Ethereum and have scripts running of the contract. Zimbeck mentioned something like tying scripts to the smart contracts but I dare not make any claims regarding that.

That is not the github for BlackHalo or BlackCoin, I think that is just a fork for some other project of the QT client.


Halo can be downloaded from http://blackhalo.info

Obfuscated source code is available at: http://www.davtonia.com/bithalo/haloobf.zip


BlackHalo does not have a turing complete language, it is a functioning smart contracting client made before Ethereum came along and gave that term the definition you're expecting. Halo uses a system of Double Deposit Escrow to enforce contracts (timed/scripted within the bounds of bitcoin scripting) which are executable with zero risk to either party if contract terms are adhered to and no arbiter. You should chat with Zimbeck some time on Slack, he is passionate about the methodology employed and only got into crypto because of the real world problems a system like this can help make more efficient and solve.

There's an interesting use case from a firm planning to use the software for child support payment enforcement which is being discussed in Slack. One of dozens of uses for it.

I've been following this project up until last year. To be honest, this coin needs a rebranding if it is hoping to go legitimate. I remember Blackcoin spawned around the same time of the anon/ color named coin hype (mintpal, anyone?), and I think it has grown up a lot from then. If you want the tech to be used by serious players, I think it is time to get serious ourselves.

Look at what happened to Darkcoin when it rebranded to DASH. My case and point.

Thoughts?
I'd say we're on the same page.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=469640.msg18725411#msg18725411
3  Economy / Micro Earnings / Re: [FaucetHUB] www.FaucetGame.com - Satoshi Nakamoto's favorite. on: May 24, 2017, 12:05:58 AM
No sh*t, look who's here Smiley

wb man, nice to have you back
4  Economy / Gambling / Re: Looking for gambling & news blogs - to publish guest posts . on: May 23, 2017, 02:03:03 AM
www.faucetgame.com is one of those sites you might be looking for.
www.faucetgame.com/news to be more specific.

Drop me a PM with what search terms you're targeting.
SEO/coder.
5  Economy / Micro Earnings / Re: [BETA]Dragon Knights of Valeria 2: Universe (BTC, LTC, DOGE, HYPER, GP) on: May 22, 2017, 10:41:18 PM
More questions:

1 - Will there be a referral system?
2 - Will it be possible to uy in-game advertising?
3 - Will there be a game-specific chat box?  (Haven't tried the existing one but assume it's not specific to the game?)

1. There is a referral system in place but it isn't set up fully right now. I haven't figured out the best way to implement it into the game.
2. This will be an option once I can obtain a better server to handle its operation.
3. The chat in game, though you have to register to another website the chat itself is specific just to the game. When you login to their site via my website it will automatically transfer you to the DKV2: Universe room. You can choose to leave that room if you wish but if you load a new page it will put you back into the game room.
I'll try give you a few tips.

1 - Best way to reward the users who refer other people to the site is by giving them their cut when someone withdraws. Lots of reasons why this might be the best option, imo.
2 - No need for a better server, just pick 1-2 good ad networks and you're set. Let them do the job for you. CPM ones work best imo. You always get filled and if anyone wants to buy ads directly from you, he can do it by simply clicking ad net's icon on the banner.
3- Have your own chat where you can control the content/users easily. You can find free scripts in any language you're familiar with and connect it with your db.

Have fun Smiley
6  Economy / Micro Earnings / Re: FaucetHUB.io - Your microwallet - 24/7 support in chat by our staff & community on: May 22, 2017, 07:15:12 PM
Hi admin

Please help me, yesterday I made a withdrawn from Faucethub, but the amount still does not reach its destination. This is the transaction:

https://blockchain.info/tx/4951cddb3aebed0b08948ca1cf0d0cad51c4e9b57270dd3b9e2fcbb265b8ac01
It says "Transaction rejected by our node. Reason: Transaction was previously accepted but has been pruned from our database."

My nickname is the same of here. I have also registered the same bitcoin address in virtualpub
Nothing to worry about. What you're seeing is on blockchain.info website.

Please read this copy paste from faucethub site:

Quote
The Bitcoin network is under heavy load for the last few weeks, resulting in increased wait time for transactions to confirm. Your transaction may take up to 3-7 days before it shows up in your wallet, please wait for it. It may also disappear from the Blockchain with a message such as "transaction rejected". This is also normal, and will appear again at a later date. We will NOT answer any messages regarding this.
7  Bitcoin / Technical Support / Re: "Transaction commit failed" on: May 22, 2017, 02:08:20 PM
What RPC command are you using to make the transaction? Can you post the full output of the error for the RPC command? There should be something in there that gives the reason.

Hello, thanks for posting. I'm using the "sendmany" command. Unfortunately I don't have the full raw response logged, only the error. I've added a log for it now so the next time it comes up I can post that. Thanks.
8  Bitcoin / Technical Support / "Transaction commit failed" on: May 22, 2017, 01:00:43 PM
Hello,

I operate a Micro-Wallet platform called FaucetHub.io. We send out daily withdraws grouped by 480 addresses on a daily basis. The last couple of days we have had an issue with our Bitcoin wallet which produced an error I've not seen before and cannot find any information on.

Here is the error from my debug.log:
Code:
2017-05-21 20:00:01 AddToWallet 4951cddb3aebed0b08948ca1cf0d0cad51c4e9b57270dd3b9e2fcbb265b8ac01  new
2017-05-21 20:00:01 CommitTransaction(): Error: Transaction not valid

The error which the wallet throws:
Code:
Transaction commit failed

After this happens the TX is stuck inside my wallet and does not appear on any block explorer. All transactions are sent via an automated system, and this particular situation breaks that and requires manual intervention. Up until a few days ago we were running fine and without any such errors like this one.

I've restarted the wallet daemon twice, and updated to the latest stable version. I've also done a -rescan.

Bitcoin Client Software and Version Number:  "version": 140100,
  "protocolversion": 70015,
  "walletversion": 130000,
Operating System: Ubuntu 14.04 64-bit
System Hardware Specs: 8GB Ram, quad core CPU server
Any Related Transaction IDs: 4951cddb3aebed0b08948ca1cf0d0cad51c4e9b57270dd3b9e2fcbb265b8ac01
Screenshot of the problem: Running on a server so no screenshots
Log Files from the Bitcoin Client: See above
9  Economy / Micro Earnings / Re: [FaucetHUB] www.PokeBits.com - Play Pokemon, earn bitcoin! Simple and fast game! on: May 21, 2017, 03:00:52 PM
hi mex,

can you check  mellowads shorten links? i have to complete captchas 5-6 time to finish quests. i have this problem only in this site, not others.

thanks ...
Going to take a look right now.
I'll edit this post when I find out what's up

EDIT: Should be fixed now Smiley))
10  Economy / Micro Earnings / Re: VirtualPub.io - Run your own pub/bar, serve drinks, earn bitcoin! on: May 20, 2017, 05:15:56 PM

Go ahead and start playing trustfully.

And when you try to get paid, and he tells you:


It means that you should try again in 30 minutes.
Maximum withdraw amount per 30 minutes was reached. It's a security feature.
11  Economy / Micro Earnings / Re: Next Generation of Faucet - FaucetPlanet.in on: May 19, 2017, 05:27:50 AM
1000 satoshis every 30 minutes.
The minimum withdrawal amount is 100.000 satoshis.

Sounds good but can you also prove that this is legitimate?
And maybe you should lower the amount to withdraw because people are seriously starting to think straight away that this is another scam.

Thanks for the suggestion. But the problem is for transferring itself it takes lots of fees. So we kept 100000 satoshi.
Why not simply using faucethub.io to eliminate sending fees?
12  Economy / Micro Earnings / Re: FaucetHUB.io - Your microwallet - 24/7 support in chat by our staff & community on: May 16, 2017, 12:17:58 PM
Just woke up.

It'll be fixed in no time.

Apologies for the trouble. It wasn't a hardware error, it's human stupidity.

My hosting doesn't send emails when server's about to expire and I'm stupid for not adding a reminder for this specific date.
13  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] BlackCoin (BLK/BC) | PoS | No premine | No IPO on: May 13, 2017, 08:13:32 PM
is there anything to do if the blockchain gets corrupted (doesn't accept any new blocks and gets stuck for hours on a block) beside do a -rescan ?
You could ask someone pass you a bootstrap
14  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: $0.85 transaction fee is absolutely ridiculous! on: May 13, 2017, 07:00:56 PM
I own a micro cache website.

Users who use my service are usually users who work on micro-earning sites. Hard working people who're doing what they're doing for X or Y reason.

Imagine yourself being in a country that isn't developed or simply isn't a high TIER country.

Earning $1 per day in some countries is considered as a good salary. If those people need to pay 10-80 cents to send $1 they earn, something isn't right.

Bitcoin wasn't meant to become a monopolized virtual currency. Currently it is. People are literally forced to move to alternative currencies, due to lower sending costs + speed.
Bitcoin was meant to help users move value, escape economic tyranny and be able to buy a coffee while paying for 1 coffee, not 2, due to high tx fees we see currently. Plus, the speed is "meh".

"Faucets" were a great attraction to users who were new to bitcoin. They still are.
I found bitcoin through faucets. Now I run 10+ websites which pay users in bitcoin and pay up to $7.000 per month. Not including microcache site's numbers.

I pay ~2% on fees, due to Ledger Nano S (Cold storage) & ongoing transaction fees.

So, please. When you talk, make sure you're not talking in general, because there's a community of more than 1 million people which is invisible and no one talks about them.

Bitcoin is expensive to send.
15  Economy / Micro Earnings / Re: VirtualPub.io - Run your own pub/bar, serve drinks, earn bitcoin! on: May 13, 2017, 05:26:12 PM
Hi admin
Sometimes when I complete the task i receive nothing (right now)


I also remember you about the shop bug

Please check that
Thank you
What happens when you click "back" in your browser?
16  Economy / Micro Earnings / Re: VirtualPub.io - Run your own pub/bar, serve drinks, earn bitcoin! on: May 12, 2017, 08:39:40 PM
I won 2 times in roulette betting 10 lucky coins and i didnt got 20 coins like i lost... I didnt received also these coins in satoshis value so they just gone!
And can you withdraw lcuky coins to credits?
Can someone please confirm this?

for me roulette is working normally, no problem at all, but last several days, finishing tasks, i am only getting lucky coins, no credit or since points. is it normal?
I honestly have no clue. Maybe someone else who's a hardcore VP player could help here?

Haven't made any changes in anything though, so it should be as it was weeks ago

So its only me? I do it on phone and after clicking spin i have to do something? Its spinning and says that i won so i go back to dashbard and i dont see more LC.
Seems so
17  Economy / Micro Earnings / Re: Looking for high quality faucets to review. on: May 12, 2017, 08:16:40 PM
Move to FH man, XAPO's being mean with their fees Tongue

Hey mexicantarget, long time no talk! How are things? I actually am still doing very well with Xapo. The fees are definitely ridiculous, but there are no fees sending to xapo accounts from a xapo account and it's still the only option for instant payments.

I know this isn't necessarily the place to discuss this, but I'd like to give you a little feedback on your sites. I badly want to promote them, but I honestly can't bring myself to do it because my accounts and referrals get wiped constantly because I simply can't log in and check each account within the 30 day window you require. Is there anyway a reliable webmaster such as myself can bypass that requirement in order to send referrals your way and ensure I don't constantly lose all of them?
All good here man, working, working, working. Yourself?

Didn't know that fact about XAPO, that's actually nice. Something like FH internal system ;p

Regarding refs. Refs don't get deleted, cookies remain for 6 months in everyone's browsers.
Accounts which enter the site and don't come back after 6 hours (are treated as guest/non registered accounts) get wiped from the system, so I can keep the database clean. If user registers, and plays, he's got 30 days until his (balance only) get returned to the wallet, so other users can benefit from it. Sleeping money is the worst thing in an economy.

Now, in case you don't login for 30-XXXX days and you've at least got 1 satoshi credited by anyone down your downline, it'll "ping" the system and let it know that you're contributing and it wont touch your earnings/balance.

Feel free to drop me a PM if you got any other questions, glad to help Smiley

18  Economy / Micro Earnings / Re: VirtualPub.io - Run your own pub/bar, serve drinks, earn bitcoin! on: May 12, 2017, 07:50:10 PM
I won 2 times in roulette betting 10 lucky coins and i didnt got 20 coins like i lost... I didnt received also these coins in satoshis value so they just gone!
And can you withdraw lcuky coins to credits?
Can someone please confirm this?
19  Economy / Micro Earnings / Re: FaucetHUB.io - Your microwallet - 24/7 support in chat by our staff & community on: May 12, 2017, 04:20:50 PM
Hello, guys!

Please retweet: https://twitter.com/FaucetHubIO/status/863051890606657536

Also, follow if you haven't, yet. I'll be active on twitter from now on.
One of the biggest reasons why I switched (turns out to be a change of 1 line of code  Cheesy) to FH yesterday.
Done.   Grin
Hello, traveler.

Where do you come from, which other microwallet?
Why did you chose faucethub?
20  Economy / Micro Earnings / Re: FaucetHUB.io - Your microwallet - 24/7 support in chat by our staff & community on: May 12, 2017, 03:36:04 PM
Hello, guys!

Please retweet: https://twitter.com/FaucetHubIO/status/863051890606657536

Also, follow if you haven't, yet. I'll be active on twitter from now on.
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