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501  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: [ANN] ANX: Your Ultimate Crypto Trading Platform on: September 02, 2014, 08:25:00 PM

Where can we obtain the fee schedule Huh

- How much do you mean by "High Volume". There should be definite guideline such as 100 BTC per recent 30 days.
- What about "Middle Volume" traders?
- I thought taker/market order starts from 0.6 % and maker starts from 0.3%. Is it right understanding?
  Confusing point is that whichever taker or maker, fee indicates 0.3% as far as it is limit order.
- How can I obtain the estimated fee from API ?

Is there any reason you cannot disclose detailed fee table Huh

the support told me it is 100btc volume in 30 days. Don't know if it is different for every customer, can't imagine why.
And they are working on a fee structure, but it could take some month.
The support said:
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Thatís correct. Should you throughout any rolling one month period amount 100 BTC in trades, we will remove fees going forward. Fees incurred up until that point will not be refunded. If you continue to trade 100 BTC in the rolling 30 day period, you will remain on zero fees. As Patrick mentioned, we will be implementing tiered fees in the future so this offer will not last indefinitely however it is very likely that you will remain on this program for the next few months.

Yeah, that should be it.
We, ANXPRO, have to take a lot into account, such as salaries, and other expenses. We then need to calculate the fee tiers to see how much we would earn, in order to cover these expenses.
It isn't as simple as 1 + 1, and it will take some time for us to work everything out.
502  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: [ANN] ANX: Your Ultimate Crypto Trading Platform on: September 02, 2014, 05:53:37 PM

Where can we obtain the fee schedule Huh

- How much do you mean by "High Volume". There should be definite guideline such as 100 BTC per recent 30 days.
- What about "Middle Volume" traders?
- I thought taker/market order starts from 0.6 % and maker starts from 0.3%. Is it right understanding?
  Confusing point is that whichever taker or maker, fee indicates 0.3% as far as it is limit order.
- How can I obtain the estimated fee from API ?

Is there any reason you cannot disclose detailed fee table Huh



Thats what i see:

And you should know that in reality its not even close to that.

For regular users, orders are from 0.30%-0.60%. For high volume traders, we can offer them fees as low as 0.05%.

1) I can't tell you that, things are sorted on a case by case basis. Please email support@anxpro.com for that.
2) Refer to 1)
3) I'm not sure what you mean by that, but a market order has a 0.60% fee, regardless of buy and sell. Limit orders are always 0.30%, for both buy and sell.
4) You can't.

Fee structure is being calculated and made right now.
503  Economy / Games and rounds / Re: PBMining 2TH/s Giveaway (Labour day Tournament) on: September 01, 2014, 09:18:41 PM
Some more clarification regarding a recent question:

Q: What do you mean by "the closest mined Block On Monday, September 1st, at 22:00UTC"?  Would a block mined at 21:59 count if its the closest?
A: A block solved at 21:59 would not count.  The game starts at 22:00UTC.  The soonest block mined after 22:00UTC will be our first round.  Apologies if our original wording was confusing.  
 


 2014-09-01 20:59:45

Exactly. I just got kicked from the tournament by a mere 15 seconds. There's something weird though, isn't blockchain.info supposed to be in UTC?

How did you get kicked out, exactly?  The tournament starts in less than an hour.

OK, I'm confused now. As far as I know, I live in the UTC timezone, and all my clocks say it's 22:13. What the heck is going on?


http://www.worldtimeserver.com/current_time_in_UTC.aspx
It is 21:15 at the moment, according to this.   

-.- I just found out. I feel stupid.
Daylight Saving Time.

But I also found something very retarded.
http://status.blockchain.info/

I'm glad then. I hope i'll win, lol.
504  Economy / Games and rounds / Re: PBMining 2TH/s Giveaway (Labour day Tournament) on: September 01, 2014, 09:14:23 PM
Some more clarification regarding a recent question:

Q: What do you mean by "the closest mined Block On Monday, September 1st, at 22:00UTC"?  Would a block mined at 21:59 count if its the closest?
A: A block solved at 21:59 would not count.  The game starts at 22:00UTC.  The soonest block mined after 22:00UTC will be our first round.  Apologies if our original wording was confusing.  
 


 2014-09-01 20:59:45

Exactly. I just got kicked from the tournament by a mere 15 seconds. There's something weird though, isn't blockchain.info supposed to be in UTC?

How did you get kicked out, exactly?  The tournament starts in less than an hour.

OK, I'm confused now. As far as I know, I live in the UTC timezone, and all my clocks say it's 22:13. What the heck is going on?
505  Economy / Games and rounds / Re: PBMining 2TH/s Giveaway (Labour day Tournament) on: September 01, 2014, 09:11:25 PM
Some more clarification regarding a recent question:

Q: What do you mean by "the closest mined Block On Monday, September 1st, at 22:00UTC"?  Would a block mined at 21:59 count if its the closest?
A: A block solved at 21:59 would not count.  The game starts at 22:00UTC.  The soonest block mined after 22:00UTC will be our first round.  Apologies if our original wording was confusing.  
 


 2014-09-01 20:59:45

Exactly. I just got kicked from the tournament by a mere 15 seconds. There's something weird though, isn't blockchain.info supposed to be in UTC?
506  Economy / Lending / Re: Need a 0.01 btc loan on: September 01, 2014, 03:58:49 PM
This guy is a scammer, i sent him 10$ and i did not recieve my BTC.
he told me wait 7 days wtf i need my skrill back you fuckin cunt

You should open a thread in Scam Accusations, and fix the trust rating that you gave him to a negative trust. It shows up as positive right now.

Hello i need a 0.01 loan , i have no colletral . If anyone can trust and give me i will return you 0.0125 btc on 3rd this month , please pm me .

No, no one will trust you.
507  Bitcoin / Mining support / Re: Before I start mining, what happens in this scenario? on: September 01, 2014, 03:54:45 PM
Hi

I just received my two S3 miners, and will start it in few days.  I wanted to check what will happen in these scenarios:

1.) If i connect to a pool, and for some reason i got disconnected from the internet, and got reconnected...what happens?
2.) what mining pool would you guys recommend?

1) You continue mining.
2) p2pool. Please, use p2pool. Seriously.
508  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Pools (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][AUTO-SWITCH] Profit-switch auto-exchange pool: CleverMining.com on: August 31, 2014, 09:17:02 PM

Where is the proof they are orphaned blocks, did terk show them to you? Scammers will fight to the death. WHich is what you are doing and terk aint shown shit. just a wall of txt.

I can say, hey they are in the cloud can't do nothing about it "giggles at these people that believe the text i put, I'm rich hahah".

same topics every 5 pages or so.  sheesh can't people read?

Irrelevant when you show some proof then come and state something.

No, but why does it matter? Who the heck goes into a huge rant just for 0.002BTC?
Also, the leftover immature and unexchanged balances are minimal. As I said, they don't exist, if they've been displayed once, it does not mean it exists. Just like a mirage.

Please stop your rant. You were once a well known and good forum member, but I really don't know how you have stooped to these levels.
509  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Pools (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][AUTO-SWITCH] Profit-switch auto-exchange pool: CleverMining.com on: August 31, 2014, 02:37:54 PM
You don't have a balance of 0.01 BTC yet, it pays when it reaches 0.01 that is ready for a payout.

I've had 0.01820372 BTC three weeks now.  Sad

Well we can help if you provide your username (address), otherwise we can't do anything. So, whats your address?

1Cy4zFCbXJyPVwgxJBoCNBj6QS8jdGJkGp

So you don't really have 0.01820372 BTC. What you have is Ready for Payout 0.00012294 BTC, which is below threshold and will not be paid. Your unexchanged and immature is ~0.2% of your total mined coins and it's very likely that's unrecoverable orphans as per https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=448649.msg8138087#msg8138087

This is horse shit.

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Immature   0.00098036 BTC
Unexchanged   0.00102139 BTC

Calling it orphaned blocks, it still took forever to mine this and the electricity to mine this.

Yes I am pissed. I want my coins. I am sure I am not the only other user pissed off either, terk.

Oh yeah? Wow, 0.001, let's be a big fat troll and flame the crap out of a thread.
Look, those coins don't exist. Do you understand?
Also, it's quite funny that you made an account to troll and spelled "Clever" wrong. How funny.

DO you know how to do math?

0.00200175

orphaned my ass. A way to scam the miners?

Do you know how to read?

Yes, it is orphaned, and that btc does not exist. If you want to be a frustrated and insisting kid, then continue to rage, but you won't get it because it doesn't exist. This has been explained millions of times in this thread, and if you won't believe it, so be it.

Proof? Without proof terk is running a scam and you're along with it.

Haha, terk is running a scam to scam you 0.002BTC. Look at the pool fee and see what he earns, why would he have to scam.
What proof do you want?

Um what? WHat is claimed to be orphaned blocks, 52 BTC? Thats a nice stash claiming orphans.

Where did you even get that figure from? Stop making up stuff, and it isn't only orphaned blocks, it includes other coins that died, etc.
510  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Pools (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][AUTO-SWITCH] Profit-switch auto-exchange pool: CleverMining.com on: August 31, 2014, 02:30:52 PM
You don't have a balance of 0.01 BTC yet, it pays when it reaches 0.01 that is ready for a payout.

I've had 0.01820372 BTC three weeks now.  Sad

Well we can help if you provide your username (address), otherwise we can't do anything. So, whats your address?

1Cy4zFCbXJyPVwgxJBoCNBj6QS8jdGJkGp

So you don't really have 0.01820372 BTC. What you have is Ready for Payout 0.00012294 BTC, which is below threshold and will not be paid. Your unexchanged and immature is ~0.2% of your total mined coins and it's very likely that's unrecoverable orphans as per https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=448649.msg8138087#msg8138087

This is horse shit.

Quote
Immature   0.00098036 BTC
Unexchanged   0.00102139 BTC

Calling it orphaned blocks, it still took forever to mine this and the electricity to mine this.

Yes I am pissed. I want my coins. I am sure I am not the only other user pissed off either, terk.

Oh yeah? Wow, 0.001, let's be a big fat troll and flame the crap out of a thread.
Look, those coins don't exist. Do you understand?
Also, it's quite funny that you made an account to troll and spelled "Clever" wrong. How funny.

DO you know how to do math?

0.00200175

orphaned my ass. A way to scam the miners?

Do you know how to read?

Yes, it is orphaned, and that btc does not exist. If you want to be a frustrated and insisting kid, then continue to rage, but you won't get it because it doesn't exist. This has been explained millions of times in this thread, and if you won't believe it, so be it.

Proof? Without proof terk is running a scam and you're along with it.

Haha, terk is running a scam to scam you 0.002BTC. Look at the pool fee and see what he earns, why would he have to scam.
What proof do you want?
511  Bitcoin / Electrum / Re: Electrum need backup? on: August 31, 2014, 02:24:08 PM
how can it know which address I generated?
Maybe because with that seed, every generated address is the subsequential?
like 1xxxxxxxa; 1xxxxxxxxb and so on?

I ask because I'm going to store some savings, and I'm scared that in a disaster event I'm going to lose everything...  Undecided

All of the used and generated addresses can be restored from the Electrum seed. There's some sort of a one-way algorithm to work it out, but I have no idea how.
512  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Pools (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][AUTO-SWITCH] Profit-switch auto-exchange pool: CleverMining.com on: August 31, 2014, 02:18:19 PM
You don't have a balance of 0.01 BTC yet, it pays when it reaches 0.01 that is ready for a payout.

I've had 0.01820372 BTC three weeks now.  Sad

Well we can help if you provide your username (address), otherwise we can't do anything. So, whats your address?

1Cy4zFCbXJyPVwgxJBoCNBj6QS8jdGJkGp

So you don't really have 0.01820372 BTC. What you have is Ready for Payout 0.00012294 BTC, which is below threshold and will not be paid. Your unexchanged and immature is ~0.2% of your total mined coins and it's very likely that's unrecoverable orphans as per https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=448649.msg8138087#msg8138087

This is horse shit.

Quote
Immature   0.00098036 BTC
Unexchanged   0.00102139 BTC

Calling it orphaned blocks, it still took forever to mine this and the electricity to mine this.

Yes I am pissed. I want my coins. I am sure I am not the only other user pissed off either, terk.

Oh yeah? Wow, 0.001, let's be a big fat troll and flame the crap out of a thread.
Look, those coins don't exist. Do you understand?
Also, it's quite funny that you made an account to troll and spelled "Clever" wrong. How funny.

DO you know how to do math?

0.00200175

orphaned my ass. A way to scam the miners?

Do you know how to read?

Yes, it is orphaned, and that btc does not exist. If you want to be a frustrated and insisting kid, then continue to rage, but you won't get it because it doesn't exist. This has been explained millions of times in this thread, and if you won't believe it, so be it.
513  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Pools (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][AUTO-SWITCH] Profit-switch auto-exchange pool: CleverMining.com on: August 31, 2014, 01:05:41 PM
You don't have a balance of 0.01 BTC yet, it pays when it reaches 0.01 that is ready for a payout.

I've had 0.01820372 BTC three weeks now.  Sad

Well we can help if you provide your username (address), otherwise we can't do anything. So, whats your address?

1Cy4zFCbXJyPVwgxJBoCNBj6QS8jdGJkGp

So you don't really have 0.01820372 BTC. What you have is Ready for Payout 0.00012294 BTC, which is below threshold and will not be paid. Your unexchanged and immature is ~0.2% of your total mined coins and it's very likely that's unrecoverable orphans as per https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=448649.msg8138087#msg8138087

This is horse shit.

Quote
Immature   0.00098036 BTC
Unexchanged   0.00102139 BTC

Calling it orphaned blocks, it still took forever to mine this and the electricity to mine this.

Yes I am pissed. I want my coins. I am sure I am not the only other user pissed off either, terk.

Oh yeah? Wow, 0.001, let's be a big fat troll and flame the crap out of a thread.
Look, those coins don't exist. Do you understand?
Also, it's quite funny that you made an account to troll and spelled "Clever" wrong. How funny.
514  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Automatic confirmation on: August 30, 2014, 11:14:54 PM
Hello, I have a question:
Suppose I send out a bitcoin transaction without fee from wallet 1 to wallet 2, and from wallet 2 to 3.
Now If I double spend these bitcoins the transaction from 1 to 2 'never happened' and the same holds for the transaction from 2 to 3.

But what if the transaction from 1 to 2 is not confirmed (yet) (no fee), but the transaction from 2 to 3 is using a fee and is already confirmed.
Is the first transaction then automatically confirmed? And can't the 1st transaction be double spend anymore?


The point is that you cannot double spend. That's the whole point of bitcoin. So no, there's no "automatic confirmation", and no, it's not possible to double spend.
515  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: GAW Miners (Scrypt ASIC seller) independent feedback thread on: August 30, 2014, 10:01:29 PM
So no, you didn't get scammed at all, you just didn't bother reading the TOS and complained.

The important bits are: international transaction; a month ago.

This would then apply:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=537912.msg8249714#msg8249714



http://gawminers.com/pages/terms-conditions

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All sales are final. GAW Miners does not accept returns and will not issue a refund if item is returned. Any products that are not functioning correctly due to manufacturer defects will be replaced after an RMA is issued and the item is sent back to GAW Miners, inspected and approved.

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Only miners malfunctioning due to a factory defect are eligible for replacement or refund through an RMA process.

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Refunds will be made back to your original payment method. All payments in Bitcoin (BTC) or other cryptocurrencies will be made back to your account equal to the U.S. Dollar (USD) amount paid at the time of sale regardless of the BTC exchange rate.

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Exchanges are not offered with international shipments.


Aha. But that's not the important part.
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Only miners malfunctioning due to a factory defect are eligible for replacement or refund through an RMA process.

A lot of distributors and resellers have been selling Gridseeds like these, in fact, minereu sold some where parts of the gridseed were rusted.
However, it's not a factory defect, it's due to how it was used, and that's not a factory defect. You should thank them for even replacing your unit.
516  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: GAW Miners (Scrypt ASIC seller) independent feedback thread on: August 30, 2014, 06:53:38 PM
I've been scammed by GAW!

About a month ago, I ordered a batch of GAWMINER 5 gh/s Gridseed miners for a friend and customer of mine.
The units were advertised as used but working.

Two of the five miners arrived completely DOA. Upon physical inspection, we found visible burn marks on both units. There is simply no way these units could have been working before they were shipped.

Best case scenario, GAWMINERS or their drop shipper is extremely careless and are just pulling units off the shelf and shipping them without checking to see if they work.
Worst case scenario and what I am increasing starting to believe is the case, GAWMINERS knowingly sent out damaged hardware in an attempt to pass the burden of lost mining time on to the customer.

Over the last month, I think I've been very patient and reasonable in trying to contact GAWMINERS by phone, email and through their internal ticket system.
I've received about 20 replies in all, most of which are something along the lines of "I'm passing this on to some other person who can deal with it".
Eventually I was told that we would need to RMA these units and that there would be no compensation for the lost mining time. I believe that the right thing to do is to simply refund these units. Gawminer straight up refuses to take responsibility for shipping damaged hardware.

I've come to the conclusion that the most likely case is that this is a deliberate attempt to defraud their customers.
I've pretty much given up on ever getting a refund from these guys and sent them back for RMA.

I'm posting this in the hopes of raising awareness of this company and its shady practices.
I will be posting this around the internet. My next step will be to contact law enforcement agencies in both countries.

First, Gridseed don't run at 5 GH/s.
Second, you didn't even bother to read their Terms and Conditions, which is your own fault. It clearly states this:

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ALL SHIPPED, NON-HOSTED , GAW HOSTED & ZENCLOUD HOSTED ORDERS

All sales are final. GAW Miners does not accept returns and will not issue a refund if item is returned. Any products that are not functioning correctly due to manufacturer defects will be replaced after an RMA is issued and the item is sent back to GAW Miners, inspected and approved. Please refer to the - Replacements and Returns Due to Manufacturer Defects - section below for full instructions on how to begin the RMA process.

So no, you didn't get scammed at all, you just didn't bother reading the TOS and complained.
517  Bitcoin / Electrum / Re: Electrum need backup? on: August 30, 2014, 06:47:52 PM
I installed electrum and I saw the passphrase stuff at the beginning.
Now, if I lose my computer and install electrum on another one, will, by simply typing this passphrase, restore ALL my wallets, including extra addresses generated after the first setup?

It's a seed, and yes, by entering the seed, you can restore everything.

That's right. Even if all Electrum servers in the world go down!

I dunno if that was supposed to be ironic, but you can still set up your own Electrum server if none are available.
518  Bitcoin / Electrum / Re: Electrum need backup? on: August 30, 2014, 05:05:49 PM
I installed electrum and I saw the passphrase stuff at the beginning.
Now, if I lose my computer and install electrum on another one, will, by simply typing this passphrase, restore ALL my wallets, including extra addresses generated after the first setup?

It's a seed, and yes, by entering the seed, you can restore everything.
519  Economy / Lending / Re: looking for a 1 bt loan again trying one more time on: August 29, 2014, 08:21:52 PM
Hey guys most of you know me, and I again looking for that 1 btc loan for September.  Its for a truck, tomorrow Ill be posting links to donation site or bitcoinlending club as I will do the verification on my identity. I really need this loan for the truck as I have to support my family.  I hope a few of you will find it in your heart to loan me or even donate. 

1btc loan with your terms is agreeable
 

First, what collateral do you have for this loan? Second, For when in september? Third, you've gotten payments from the PrimeDice signature campaign, why do you need so much?
Also, what truck costs $500? Lol.
520  Bitcoin / Mining speculation / Re: New to the forum and need some mining advice for setup. on: August 29, 2014, 08:03:22 PM
Firstly, hello all!

I have been considering joining this forum for a few weeks now but thought it might be best to brush up on some of my knowledge before doing so.

Anyways, so i hope to become a valued member of the community and take a highly active part in various discussions and activities.

Now, where the "mining support" part comes in:

I am thinking of setting up my own mining rig. I want something quite impressive and am willing to go to the lengths to achieve this. Ideally i would want a setup with atleast 100Ths (correct me if i am wrong in my technical wording). Is this possible? What sort of mining hardware would i need?
I want to have a stable and reliable setup. Electricity consumption is not an issue. Space neither.

Let me know your thoughts on how practical this will be?

Any help will be greatly appreciated.

Kind regards,

Easy, Get a ton of AntMiner S3+s and a bunch of AsicMinerTubes. Done.
Gaining profit is another thing, since that highly depends on your electricity price.

Unless you have millions to invest in a large datacenter, don't even think about it.
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