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41  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Miners pulling away from BCash on: August 02, 2017, 09:24:04 AM
I'm thinking to same way too, but the current situation should be expected by them, so they might have some solution or strategy soon. (maybe?)
Anyway, just to add a small correction, ViaBTC allow us to deposit BCC, requires 1 confirmation to trade, and requires 20 confirmations to withdraw.



I sold BCC from first deposit, but need 20 confirmations to withdraw the BTC, and the second deposit seems it's going to take ages to arrive lol.
(That timestamp from screenshot is in UTC+8, which is about 6 hours ago for first deposit.)

There will be a backtracking of BCash supporters for sure. I think many of the holders are either dumping immediately or holding for some time while waiting for things to unfold and make a decision from it. It seems this update with miners leaving BCash will be kind of a cue for them to abandon ship.

Too bad for those retrieved their BCC from private key won't be able to dump them immediately anyway, those who stored their BTC prior to the split are lucky to be able to sell them for BTC immediately.  Tongue
42  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Re: Would you keep Bitcoin cash, or sell them? on: August 02, 2017, 04:49:03 AM
I would go on Sell them all . Its a free BTC and all you need to do is sell Because this coins will dumped and go on lower price like ether classic. I buy later when the price is lower 80% cause more on holders of Bitcoins Cash Start selling now of free BCC - And this is actually happened in a newly lanch Altcoins.

This is a good option for short term/high-risk-tolerance trader. As for me, the long-term (value investing) investor, I might just sell them all and only buy back if I see actual value with BCC
43  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Re: Would you keep Bitcoin cash, or sell them? on: August 02, 2017, 04:33:00 AM
The growth taking place with bitcoin cash is quiet high compared to the price of bitcoin which is in decline. At some point the growth percentage will be similar in value, which might cause the chains to grown in a mutual manner. Hoping for this I would hold whatever the asset maybe, as the future growth of bitcoin as well bitcoin cash will be bigger than the other crypts.

To be honest, I doubt this new BCC would just behave like some of other altcoins, which at early the price will be pushed due to market hype, but later when it comes to the realization of the underlying value, they dump it at the end.

A way I analyze this is taking ETH/ETC split as a reference, the network hash rate of both cryptocurrency and the price is highly correlated, roughly around 12:1 ratio. Meanwhile, the BTC/BCC network hash power ratio is around 25:1, but the price is at 7:1, seems like overpriced for me, and I haven't considered the actual usage of the BCC, which is actually 0 now compare to BTC which widely accepted by millions of merchant.

Probably in next few hour, once most wallet and exchange started to accept deposit/withdrawals, might see quite a number of people dumping their BCC.

Anyway, this is all my opinion, could be wrong.
44  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Would you keep Bitcoin cash, or sell them? on: August 02, 2017, 03:47:44 AM
As a Bitcoin investor, I've invested some in Bitcoin, which I plan to hold it for a long time (probably years), so far my expectation on Bitcoin still remains the same, but I was unsure about Bitcoin cash.
Would like to see your opinion  Shocked


For those who wonder where you can sell (dump) or buy Bitcoin cash, I've just tested to sell BCC at ViaBTC.
(Wasn't able to withdraw yet, as it required 20 confirmations lol)
45  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: List cheap VPS for Bitcoin Core node on: June 12, 2017, 08:10:32 PM
I saw some people running trading bot on this https://contabo.com/
46  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: 2 unconfirmed transactions - not eligible for abandonment on: June 12, 2017, 05:37:43 PM
Hi guys,

I have 2 unconfirmed transactions in my wallet ( fees too low Sad )  I tried to abandon them, but it says: 'not eligible for abandonment (code -5)'

It's not much money for some people, but for me it is...


Is there anything I can do???


I#m using Bitcoin Core 0.14.1

TxID 7a70705f9583ecfbe9845752e80f89c455b289e80db4ecd3437e43632e15a047

TxID b4d87517560214b46ebaa6e22964a76c53ba4590a549c186dce2785a45925b0c

thx in advance

Processed both TX for you, should be confirmed soon.  Grin
47  Economy / Web Wallets / Re: Transaction stuck for about 3 Weeks on: June 12, 2017, 05:32:44 PM
Hello, i am very new to Bitcoin.

I have done a Bitcoin Transaction - but it seems like it has too low fees (11 Transaction and 0.25 Fees)

The Transaction ID is this: 5a31ccc98a5e8c44e3ad511cc5bc5764a925213037039c818179d2789a48d7e5 , and its almost stuck for 3 Weeks.

I have used Blockchain Wallet.

Can anyone help me with this? I dont know what to do.

Thanks for your help!

5a31ccc98a5e8c44e3ad511cc5bc5764a925213037039c818179d2789a48d7e5
Processed, should be confirmed soon.  Wink
48  Economy / Digital goods / Re: ( WTS ) Digital Ocean $50 codes, only $3 each, on: June 12, 2017, 12:15:12 PM
You can buy you DO codes very easy via Autobuy option.
And grap your AWS $200 codes.

Thanks to all DO buyers!

My account has been used with one of the code I got from my github education pack, does it able to use again? Thanks.
(Please PM me if possible, I'm scared I didn't notice your reply)

Edit:
Never mind, just figured that it's not stack-able  Sad
49  Economy / Services / Re: [WTS] Bitcoin Stuck? No Confirmations? Best Bitcoin Accelerator Here! PUSHTX 🚀 on: June 07, 2017, 05:54:45 AM
I can vouch this service worked for me. I paid him a fee of $10 and my transaction was confirmed in a couple hours (maybe less...I wasn't paying attention to exactly how long...but it was definitely fast enough).

All my stuck transactions got cleared by cyyap95, suggested for anyone having stuck transactions with too low fees.


Thanks for the feedback  Grin
50  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Suggest a fee if you were in my shoes on: June 07, 2017, 04:57:07 AM
Hi thanks for the input, that site is very insightful. Do you think I should initiate a double spend from the bitcoin core wallet?  (-zapwallettxes) and spend the full balance with a higher fee?  It was 0.01765300 to begin with,  originally tried sending 0.01128000 (got stuck).

If you're able to do that, better just do it, if not I doubt this transaction will be confirm anytime soon.
Alternatively you might want to take a look at my transaction accelerating services, thanks.
51  Economy / Marketplace / Re: Who's paying for transaction fees in Loan? on: June 04, 2017, 07:19:16 PM
Naturally, the lender shoulders the transaction fees or this will depend on the agreement of both parties. If the loaner agrees that he will shoulder the fee or the other way around then that's it. Since this is lending, obviously that the lender will gain from it so the transaction fee paid by the lender will be covered by the profit gained. Also, in returning the loaned bitcoin, the loaner will be responsible for the transaction fee back to the lender so it seems like a break even to me.
But when the borrower needs to pay the transactions fees while re-paying the loans, it seems micro loans will be no more meaningful at least those short term loans. For micro short term loans, lender needs to be responsible for paying tx fees and needs to accept to deduct fee amounts from interest portion. Otherwise, borrowers may need to pay more for transaction fees than what they are paying for interests.

In that case, it may seem like paying out double the interests. I am sure that bitcoin lending must be a business getting affected due to bitcoin's scalability issue.

Exactly the reason I'm asking this questions, micro loan seems to be impossible as the fees alone might be much more than the interest at this moment.


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Thanks for the answers from everyone, I now understand how lending works here.
52  Economy / Services / Re: [WTS] Bitcoin Stuck? No Confirmations? Best Bitcoin Accelerator Here! PUSHTX 🚀 on: June 04, 2017, 06:23:27 PM
Bump~  Grin
53  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Stuck pending transactions on: June 04, 2017, 09:48:31 AM
You need to provide your transaction ID in order for us to take a look, but I guess your problem is just same as other, transaction fees too low.
There's few options, free and paid included,

Free options
1, Wait for it (Probably a long wait depends on fees)
2, Use free accelerator like ViaBTC (https://www.viabtc.com/tools/txaccelerator/)
   -- Limited to 100submissions per hour, submit at XX:00, the first min of every hour.
3, mocacinno is willing to help you submit if you're unable to do it (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1943939)
4, If you're having access to the receiving address, try CPFP (Child pay for parents, search for detail tutorial.)

Paid options
5, Use my accelerating services, which charge depends on TX size(byte). (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1934749)

There's other paid options out there, you can search yourself, but I won't list it here for obvious reason.
54  Economy / Services / Re: [WTS] Bitcoin Stuck? No Confirmations? Best Bitcoin Accelerator Here! PUSHTX 🚀 on: June 04, 2017, 05:36:04 AM
Bumping this~  Grin
55  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Unconfirmed transaction - sitting for 2 days on: June 04, 2017, 04:47:25 AM
There's few options, free and paid included,

Free options
1, Wait for it (Probably a long wait depends on fees)
2, Use free accelerator like ViaBTC (https://www.viabtc.com/tools/txaccelerator/)
   -- Limited to 100submissions per hour, submit at XX:00, the first min of every hour.
3, mocacinno is willing to help you submit if you're unable to do it (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1943939)
4, If you're having access to the receiving address, try CPFP (Child pay for parents, search for detail tutorial.)

Paid options
5, Use my accelerating services, which charge depends on TX size(byte). (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1934749)

There's other paid options out there, you can search yourself, but I won't list it here for obvious reason.
56  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Broadcast Your RAW Transaction on: June 04, 2017, 03:17:36 AM
Hello, thanks for letting me know this thread, I'm also having a TX accelerating service thread at,
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1934749

I'd like to add something since this is for beginners, there's a big difference between broadcasting transaction and accelerating transaction.
The former one doesn't "confirmed" your transaction, but just broadcast it to the network,
the latter one is usually a paid services where we subsidize the miners from mining pool to prioritize on including your TX to next block regardless of your fees.
57  Economy / Services / Re: [WTS] Bitcoin Stuck? No Confirmations? Best Bitcoin Accelerator Here! PUSHTX 🚀 on: June 03, 2017, 01:23:42 PM
Bumping this~  Grin
58  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: two transactions stuck for 6 days on: June 03, 2017, 01:20:42 PM
If you decided to use paid services, you might consider mine, I'll charge $20 for this as the bytes size is large.
Probably having a faster chance to get it confirmed compare to the other paid services.

My thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1934749
59  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Mobile wallet which doesn't change public keys on: June 03, 2017, 11:59:27 AM
Yes, the problem was indeed that my coins get moved when the public key changes. Which means I would have to keep register my new public address with the Byteball bot and sign a message, which is a time consuming task. TryNinja's solution was fine.

If you're just wanted to have some balance in an address for the air drop, why don't you create a single address wallet and keep the funds until the air drop?
You can create your single address wallet using this, https://github.com/pointbiz/bitaddress.org
60  Economy / Exchanges / Re: Poloniex Withdrawal / Deposit issues. on: June 03, 2017, 11:26:57 AM
I don't give a fuck how good they used to be, at least now they just looks like a scam to me.

I don't care they're facing serious growth or what, if so, stop accepting new members, stop accepting new deposit,
process all the withdrawal before they re-open these! Traffic control please??!!!

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