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1  Bitcoin / Armory / Re: TXN -mempool-conflict on: Today at 05:26:41 AM
Hi, just loaded up bitcoincore and can't find the send raw data command, how do i execute it (also, should i be using the 32 or 64 bit version?
Help -> Debug Window -> Console

The command format is:
sendrawtransaction RAW_TRANSACTION_HEX

It doesn't really matter if you use 32bit or 64bit... that's more of an Operating System thing (if you're using 64bit windows, you should use 64bit Bitcoin Core).

Hi,i see you highlighted my fee, is that way too much? Any ideas how much i am giving them, this all baffles me, and can i bring the fee down before i send this if it is too high?
Also to clarify, i can copy and paste that raw transaction at the top of your last post and send it directly from bitcoincore?
You can probably bring the fee down quite a bit... 70000 sats is quite a bit, ~USD$4... your transaction is only 224 bytes, so with the current network state, any more than 500 sats is probably unnecessary.

To change it, you'd need to redo the transaction in Armory and set a lower fee...
2  Bitcoin / Armory / Re: TXN -mempool-conflict on: Today at 02:57:42 AM
Ok, so your "raw" transaction is this:
That will decode to this:

    "addresses": [
    "block_height": -1,
    "block_index": -1,
    "confirmations": 0,
    "double_spend": false,
    "fees": 70000,
    "hash": "967f8dce8ff6cd0cba70fee2843c4ddeb9e4ab193f66551606dd855ee983fc5c",
    "inputs": [
            "addresses": [
            "age": 530694,
            "output_index": 0,
            "output_value": 10560483,
            "prev_hash": "22171554346e95b0fe78c5485e10e467bf98430f44e909fcc84375c4b68eb6ba",
            "script": "483045022100aa7228ded24c8344b016836aeba57e57f1ca7d3e08da47f30c1f5805fc5a3873022 0123b3f04cfb570f358ac2140aefdbc685535425e57eba83b6265d4f47a14253f0141043740f7db 5616626e52a5df8b54ce4a66dcca603db54f861aeec42d3270f01c9da1c4b5787fd19ffe613c98b 71cea552a4355b97006d96354111de9046b484705",
            "script_type": "pay-to-pubkey-hash",
            "sequence": 4294967293
    "lock_time": 531492,
    "opt_in_rbf": true,
    "outputs": [
            "addresses": [
            "script": "76a914d70286a0b68da0df83b7dbd86d02b0d90e93a76688ac",
            "script_type": "pay-to-pubkey-hash",
            "value": 10490483
    "preference": "high",
    "received": "2018-07-15T02:53:17.037085381Z",
    "relayed_by": "",
    "size": 224,
    "total": 10490483,
    "ver": 1,
    "vin_sz": 1,
    "vout_sz": 1

If you are happy with all of that data (ie. sending 10490483 satoshis or 0.10490483 from 17m2JVuSzyzFafWiiecJjGAW52HzRUCrk1 to 1LbsJkEfAwr2od324NLvDTFPqo7uATfuv3 with a 70000 sat fee!!?! Shocked)...

I'd suggest confirming it all yourself using: or, you can then "push" that transaction to the network (using or or use the sendrawtransaction command with Bitcoin Core to send that raw data.

NOTE: this won't solve your issues with Armory/Bitcoin Core... but it will get your BTC sent if that is an urgent requirement.
3  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: What's the appropriate way to sell gift card in this forum? on: Today at 02:43:56 AM
Is there a place for me to find escrow members on this forum?
This is the most up-to-date list that I can find:

Also, given the nature of gift cards... you'll likely find that you end up having to sell for below the cards face value. Do not be surprised if you struggle to get more than 70-80% of the cards value. If you're attempting to sell, price your card reasonably and then insist that the buyer uses escrow or sends first. That will likely get rid of 99% of scammers.

In addition to Paxful, you might want to check out Bitify... (NOTE: I've not used either service, so cannot comment on quality of service or reliability etc)
4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: BYTEBALL: Totally new consensus algorithm + private untraceable payments on: Today at 02:22:46 AM
Something weird happening since latest update... out of nowhere I've started getting this error:
Uncaught exception: Error: Error: SQLITE_ERROR: too many SQL variables SELECT unit, level, latest_included_mc_index, main_chain_index, is_on_main_chain FROM parenthoods JOIN units ON parent_unit=unit WHERE child_unit IN(?) YA/nY0OfioVfSn3YQT6dq6k/7Io6f55syrtakNDFJ3g=, 2+u6D6Y6Owr5BLDmT0xs/gKvF0xWbyY8G36no4nwfKo=,

Because the error message is longer than the wallet window, there is no "OK" or "Cancel" button available to press... so the wallet is basically usuable Undecided

5  Bitcoin / Electrum / Re: electrum invalid error on: Today at 02:01:50 AM
when i am send btc so some one i get error

invalid line found  
What is the complete error message? It should give you details on the invalid line, like this:
Invalid Lines found:

Line #1: sdfsadfsdfsafdsadfsadfasdf

As bob123 has indicated, generally, this will be because the address you are trying to send to is incorrect.
6  Economy / Reputation / Re: Downgraded trust without evidence on: Today at 01:54:06 AM
KYC or know your customer is required by service owners doing business involving transfer of money. OP is not representing any service owner such as an exchanging site. if they don't own any service then they are not allowed to have a customer to ask for their documents in order to get to know them.
Says whom? You still haven't provided any actual evidence to support your statement.

Laws/Regulations that state "Financial service providers must collect KYC documentation" does not equal "No-one but financial service providers may collect KYC documentation" Roll Eyes
7  Bitcoin / Armory / Re: TXN -mempool-conflict on: Today at 01:39:59 AM
No, the ones in my post work fine... Wink (although you can "edit" your previous post and just add a space between each link (ie. just before the http: part Wink

As for the issue, there seems to be some issue with your "satoshi client" (ie. Bitcoin Core) broadcasting your transaction. Then, when you attempt to send again, you get the txn-mempool-conflict error as the transaction is already in your "local" mempool.

You might want to try broadcasting the raw transaction manually, and see what the error message displayed it... it might give you a better idea of what the issue is. Are you running Bitcoin Core GUI or are you just letting Armory run bitcond?
8  Bitcoin / Armory / Re: TXN -mempool-conflict on: Today at 12:18:54 AM
Quick edit to make it easier for others:
Next time, make sure you put a space between the links Wink
9  Bitcoin / Alternative clients / Re: 'Technical Data' in Ledger Live on: Today at 12:16:06 AM
Definitely possible, but it would require someone to look through massive amounts of javascript(!) code.  Roll Eyes
It may be easier to simply (find and) drop/block this specific packet  Grin
Wasn't really that difficult, thanks to the helpfully named "analytics" folder Wink Tongue
10  Economy / Reputation / Re: Downgraded trust without evidence on: Today at 12:06:31 AM
you also don't get to ask for KYC documents if your not permitted by the law.
Let's try again... Do you have a reference for this? Huh

NOTE: I am not endorsing nor trying to "dismiss" the obviously dodgy business of the OP... I'm questioning the validity of statements that have been posted as "facts".
11  Economy / Reputation / Re: Downgraded trust without evidence on: July 14, 2018, 11:19:54 PM
asking for KYC is illegal if you are not regulated. next time check with your lawyers before coming here and conduct illegal business.
Do you have a reference for this? Huh

I'm fairly sure that people can ask for anything that they deem necessary before conducting business with someone... "regulated" or not. Whether the person chooses to provide what has been requested is up to them. On the flipside, if you are regulated, then it's more that you have to ask for KYC documents, even if you don't want to.

"next time check your facts before coming here and trying to sound all knowledgeable." Roll Eyes
12  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Sync eats bandwidth but No progress on block download on: July 14, 2018, 10:26:52 PM
It's also possible you've just synced past the mostly empty blocks of the early years when it syncs really quickly as there isn't as much data to validate... and now you've run into the generally full blocks of 2016-2017 Tongue

I'm not sure if it is still true, but the % progress thing was based on number of blocks... not size of data. That is to say, Bitcoin Core has no way to know how "big" the blockchain is when it is syncing... only how "long" it is (ie. total number of blocks). So it looks like it syncs really fast as it does all the empty blocks, then slows down when it hits all the full blocks.

If you've been doing this on and off... it's likely you just keep hitting sections in time of full blocks and it looks like it is syncing slowly.
13  Bitcoin / Electrum / Re: Unable to upgrade Electrum 3.2.2 from 3.1.3 on Ubuntu 14.0.4 / VirtualBox on: July 14, 2018, 10:11:59 PM
Seems like the OP doesn't have Python installed or configured properly... They're missing the "typing" module:

File "/usr/local/lib/python3.4/dist-packages/electrum/", line 29, in <module>
    from typing import Union
ImportError: No module named 'typing'

I believe this is because it was added in Python 3.5, and OP seems to only have Python 3.4 installed:
New in version 3.5.

perhaps try and see if this helps:
sudo pip3 install typing

However, I would recommend that the OP tries upgrading Python first, that is likely to fix most of their issues:
sudo apt-get install python3
14  Bitcoin / Alternative clients / Re: 'Technical Data' in Ledger Live on: July 14, 2018, 09:57:44 PM
Also, due to the wonders of FOSS, I'm sure it would be possible to actually just fork the code on GitHub, modify it to include "dummy" (or no) data and then compile it again... Wink

15  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Re: In Need Of Help (Programming) on: July 14, 2018, 09:54:11 PM
The OPs definition of the program they are wanting to create:
I'm about to create a certain program which allows me to keep track on my addresses and balances on it.
... is pretty much the exact definition of a "wallet".

@OP, Why are you attempting to re-invent the wheel? especially given your admitted lack of programming knowledge? Huh

I doubt you actually need to program anything. There are many programs that do this, specifically wallets.
You can download any wallet and they all keep track of balances of your addresses.

What is the exact thing you are trying to achieve? Why not just use a wallet?
OP needs to answer this question...
16  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: How can it be possible wallet doesn't accept passphrase even if it is right??!! on: July 14, 2018, 09:46:48 PM
This section of the forum is for Bitcoin Tech support... if you're having issues with Altcoin wallets, you'll need to try the Altcoin section, or contact the devs for the wallet.

I'd suggest having a look in their ANN thread here:

And follow the links to GitHub, reddit, Discord or try their IRC channel and see if someone can assist... or perhaps even the DASH forum over at
17  Bitcoin / Armory / Re: Can't get armory online on: July 14, 2018, 09:40:13 PM
Just leave it for a couple of hours... it should eventually finish doing all the scanning and tell you that "Blockchain loading is complete".

When it does so, check that you have the "Connected" message in green in the bottom right corner... the number of blocks should be greater than the current block height of 531,939.
18  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Sync eats bandwidth but No progress on block download on: July 14, 2018, 09:31:24 PM
Well that is very strange... As you say, that setup should, in theory, sync "OK". Are you currently trying to sync from scratch or just catch up the last few days/weeks?
19  Economy / Reputation / Re: Lesson Learned !!! on: July 14, 2018, 09:23:24 PM
then why me tagged as spammer with red highlight?  
but this action should not tag them throughout their bitcointalk life with spammer with negative trust in red color because there is no such attempted spamming.
You also seem to think that "red tag" == spammer. While this can happen on occasion... most spammers are dealt with via the "Report to moderator" link on messages which will eventually see the spammer banned if they continue.

You got a "red tag" for merit begging via PM... it even says so in the Trust comment left by OgNasty:
OgNasty   2018-07-12   0.00000000      Begging for merit in unsolicited PM.

I don't see how anyone can think this is for "spamming".
20  Economy / Reputation / Re: Lesson Learned !!! on: July 14, 2018, 08:46:31 AM
Apparently, you haven't learned your lesson... as it appears you still haven't read the forum rules (or you simply don't care to follow them)... Roll Eyes

32. Posting multiple posts in a row (excluding bumps and reserved posts by the thread starter) is not allowed.

I suggest you try reading this:

Then read it again... and continue to do so until you have a good understanding of the entire contents of that post.

NOTE: if you need to respond to multiple people, you can actually do so in a single post, just click all the "Insert Quote" links (or "Quote" buttons) for the posts you wish to respond to. Also, you can edit posts to add stuff if you feel you need to expand on your comments/arguments
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