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1  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: No confirmations on: January 24, 2017, 11:35:06 AM
Also I put it in the viabtc tool and they just completed another block yet it still wasn't included ;/
2  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: No confirmations on: January 24, 2017, 11:13:55 AM
I was just using the blockchain wallet, basically I went to change the fee in advanced to raise it and get the transaction in 1 block but I must of hit the wrong number.

https://blockchain.info/unconfirmed-transactions

Theres currently 62k unconfirmed transactions, is the network congested or something? Kinda new so not sure. This transaction should get confirmed eventually right and if not how long until its dropped from the network and returned? Thanks for your reply =]
3  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / No confirmations on: January 24, 2017, 11:03:20 AM
So I sent some btc last night with fee's attached.

https://blockchain.info/tx/01488039c8f71afc4a5b7078552ebe90c12dec9791cfbbfb64574fe9f2d71b37

65 satoshi/byte, for some reason my wallet set a low fee. bitcoinfees21 says that should be accepted in 1-5 blocks and theres been 60 blocks since, any ideas why it isn't being picked up? how long you think it would take? thanks
4  Economy / Investor-based games / Re: BTC-Flow.com ★ Business Ponzi Game ★ 300%+ Return ★ Invest BTC ★ Referral on: February 20, 2015, 11:56:54 PM
@ Admin,
I must admit that you're smart.

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Minimum bid for this website is 75 BTC


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5  Economy / Investor-based games / Re: BTC-Flow.com ★ Business Ponzi Game ★ 300%+ Return ★ Invest BTC ★ Referral on: February 20, 2015, 02:12:33 PM
Hi everyone, I've been following this since the beginning and just thought I'd make an account to give my 2 cents.

Now to start with, this looks extremely appealing. Invest just 1BTC and you get 3.5BTC in 16 days. Free money right?
Even better this guy is actually paying out and has been for the last 2 weeks. There has been a lot of down time, but people are still being payed out so this must be legit, right?

Well sadly all the downtime is ofcourse planned to stop you from reaching your maximum earnings(duh). Now don't get me wrong, the owner is still paying out more than he is receiving, and quite a few people here have invested and recouped already, but he is without a doubt trying to slow down the faucet. After all if he didn't he would be paying out too much too quickly and this ponzi wouldn't work, especially considering all the free accounts.

As with all ponzis, they require constant reinvestment or they go bust. Ofcourse the business plan here is a nice juicy 35% referal bonus, get you to refer and referee sees the amazing profits to be had and invests themselves and so on so forth to keep a constant flow of BTC towards the owners. Nice idea.
But ofcourse the owner has thought about this far more than you or I, and he knows that all it takes is a few days of little to no investment for him to go bust(no investments =/= no BTC to pay withdrawals), a risk I don't think anyone is willing to take.
 
Which means his only option for making some money of this little project is to run with the BTC as it obviously is not sustainable.

I give this ponzi 5-10 days before he closes up shop and runs. He's waiting for everyones L2/3/4 lifetime to expire and reinvest. And at this point people would of received 3-4x their investment and be more than willing to upgrade to L5/6+ at which point he would of made a killing and do a runner.

My advice to everyone is from this point onward, DO NOT RE-INVEST. If you've invested and have recouped with profits well done, you've played the game and won, take those nice satoshi and count yourself as a winner. If you want to reinvest your profits only then I guess that's fine aswell, but I beg please do not dip into your own pocket for a re-investment. That's how you lose, and believe me there will be losers from btw-flow.
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