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561  Economy / Services / Re: PB Mining -- 5 year mining contracts! on: August 24, 2014, 09:42:48 AM
this website is a ponzi for real guys, they are over-protective, too many secret they won't tell us
even if they aren't, the difficulty will kill you somehow,

I used this calculator https://bitcoinwisdom.com/bitcoin/calculator
I bought a contract 2 weeks ago, with diffuclty increase of 15%, I won't get my money back even if I wait for 2 years, if you want to break even in 3 month, like other ponzi out there, then the price must fall to 0.0014 BTC/GHs

now the only thing I can do, is hope to get as many BTC as it can, fortunately, I used a little of my BTC, so the loss won't punch me down too hard

You know that their ghs price is the same as buying hardware, and it takes that long for everyone to break even?
You can't call something a scam just because you failed to make proper calculations in the first place.
562  Other / Meta / What sort of posts should we report? on: August 23, 2014, 05:34:00 PM
Since I'm not so sure, I'll list what I think should be reported:

-Offtopic
-Spam
-Anything else that breaks forum rules

Is that correct? Also, should necro posting be reported?
563  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: [ANN] ANX: Your Ultimate Crypto Trading Platform on: August 23, 2014, 04:56:52 PM
your orderbook is not up to date.
Every time I click on "trade" it shows a old orderbook for around 10 seconds. Then it's the correct orderbook. But when I click again on "trade" (make a new tab) it is the old orderbook for around 10 or more seconds again.
http://www11.pic-upload.de/22.08.14/u9xvt2muot.jpg

same with your orderbook shown at your home page without the log in. But this one does not update, it's just wrong.

Edit:
what you would do, if I had a arbitrage bot on your website?  This bot would make buy orders for 387,59 all the time and sell bitcoins at another exchange. So the result would be the bot would sell all my bitcoins on the other exchange, but buy not a single bitcoin at your exchange, because the orderbook is wrong.
Would you cover my losses? I don't think so...

For the first part, it does sound like a bug, so I can't do much about it, since I'm not a dev. Please email support@anxpro.com about that, they can help you.

For your edit, that wouldn't be an issue, because that is done via the API, which is instant, and the issue seems to be with the display engine. However, we won't cover anything if something goes wrong.
564  Bitcoin / Electrum / Re: [REQUEST] Support more block explorers on: August 23, 2014, 03:58:20 PM
As far as official releases are concerned. Wait for 2.0

If you are a developer, and/or are able to tolerate a lot of bugs. Then you can use the latest development master branch.

This option is already implemented.
oh thanks.
I will just wait Smiley

You know, the latest development version is fine, and you can use it perfectly. Also, you can simply copy the txid and paste it into your favorite block explorer.
565  Economy / Services / Re: [PrimeDice] [Highest Paid Signature] Earn Bitcoins Simply By Posting on: August 23, 2014, 03:50:23 PM
I'm a bit confused, so i'd like to ask, for this month, can we add our referral link to the signature?
566  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: [ANN] ANX: Your Ultimate Crypto Trading Platform on: August 22, 2014, 12:39:27 PM
What you are speaking of isn't a bug, its because we have a very low volume compared to other exchanges such as BitStamp.
About the fee, you can simply "buy" 0.606 BTC.
I never said it is a bug. It is just a pain, if you look at the recent trades, but you have no clue if you will get bitcoins for the price shown there.
That's why you have to do something to make it easier. The best thing I can imagine at the moment is a optional recent trade list with just to trades. (the same for all other currencies). This list would be not complete in case of low volume currencies of course. But in case of currencies with no large spread < 10 to 20 , it would be very helpful.

Yes, thank you for your suggestion. Instead of that, we might use an average for the higher buy order and the lowest sell order for the latest price and the API, but I can't guarantee anything.
567  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: [ANN] ANX: Your Ultimate Crypto Trading Platform on: August 22, 2014, 09:53:38 AM
it is a pain to trade on your website =/  
http://www11.pic-upload.de/22.08.14/bfuxpcbtuhy.jpg
you never know, when it is a good time to make orders, if you only look at bitcoinity.  On bitcoinity it looks like there were good trade opportunities, but in fact there are not there. And even though you have this multi currency system, it is very very unlikely, that a USD order matches a order because of the big spread between the factors.
Therefore it is useless to take a look at bitocinity. Only a look at the orderbook at anxpro can help, to make decisions.


Edit:
I think the problem is the following:
If someone makes a sell order of 500$ you can find this order at 369 in the orderbook (factor 1,355 from to $)
But if someone matches this 500$ order with $, you display this on the last trades made in with 373,13 (factor 1,34)
Meanwhile there is a real buy order at 377 , wich is only displayed at 499,525$ on the $ orderbook. (factor 1,325).
Of course it would be even worse, if you would display a 369 for this 500$ match. So I have no real solution for that.
But there should be a better way. Maybe a list with recent trades, where is a note on every trade in which currency they were matched, or something like that.
You need a solution for that.

edit2:
another topic:
is it possible to change the fee charge? I mean I bought these 0,6BTC now, but I only got 0,59....BTC, so 0,6% less. But I want 0,6BTC and pay 0,6% more .

What you are speaking of isn't a bug, its because we have a very low volume compared to other exchanges such as BitStamp.
About the fee, you can simply "buy" 0.606 BTC.
568  Economy / Lending / Re: Need .5 BTC on: August 22, 2014, 04:37:32 AM
First, you need to understand that for a loan of such an amount, we would require collateral. Second, if you're taking this loan purely to gain reputation and trust, you're not doing a very good job at it, and taking reputation loans usually ends in negative trust being applied to your account.
569  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: BTCjam on: August 21, 2014, 04:13:06 AM
BTCJam isn't a scam, but it's full of scammers. You'd be better off holding your btc in your own wallet.
570  Bitcoin / Mining support / Re: Slushs pool problems, please help! on: August 21, 2014, 04:12:15 AM
So I have been mining on slush's pool for a while now, and my confirmed balance is 0.00000044. It has not been sent to my wallet, and im assuming that its because its such a small amount. What is the minimum amount of confirmed money you need to have it sent to your wallet?

You are probably mining on your computer with GUIMiner, which is useless. You'll never reach the minimum payout, which is 0.01BTC. Mining is done by ASICs and not your average home computer.
571  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Pools (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][AUTO-SWITCH] Profit-switch auto-exchange pool: CleverMining.com on: August 21, 2014, 04:06:25 AM
Hi) Share your experience ,day of work 120 Mh=???BTC

Are you just lazy or you can't do Primary maths?
120 x 0.00038 = 0.0456BTC
572  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Pools (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][AUTO-SWITCH] Profit-switch auto-exchange pool: CleverMining.com on: August 20, 2014, 03:06:31 PM
Hi, i have troubles with this pool... I set up all in guiminer but i get always this message : "No servers could be used! Exiting"

What is the problem? i have a AMD 6850

First, your AMD 6850 won't make any bitcoins at all, so give up on that.
If you still want to try, you need to use better stuff like cgminer or sgminer.

Hi Terk.

Sorry to ask again, but my 0.03 BTC are still stuck in unexchanged funds. Could you please see what's wrong ?
address : 123ta35pH43kosWrdf8rSeFUMWsVdNzETC

Thanks !

That 0.03 doesn't exist. It's a ghost amount, ignore it. I'm too tired of explaining.
573  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: What Bitcoin exchange to use? on: August 19, 2014, 03:33:54 PM
I suggest ANXPRO. We support Australian and Hong Kong direct banking, and also direct SEPA deposits and withdrawals. Our trading fees are as low as 0.05%, and we are the first to launch a Bitcoin Debit Card, and also the first well known and reputable exchange to support Stellar/BTC trading.
574  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Secruity and OS on: August 19, 2014, 02:49:16 PM
So they are safe until my first spend?  How could a keylogger be installed on a comp that has only had CD's touch it?

I veiw it as, as soon as it touches the web it's been violated, so if I spend it must be a complete spend.
How is this,  new hard drive, install windows, install QT, dumppriv key, print it out, wipe out/burn hard drive, not once connected to web.

Should I encrypt it, connect to web and let it sync, then burn it with out ever typing in the passphrase again?  If I never connect it to the web and do what I said how would my public/private address be valid?

Look. If you want to be 99.99% safe, then you must do this.

1. Buy computer parts. (DO NOT BUY A WIFI/LAN CARD. DO NOT BUY SPEAKERS OR MICROPHONES)
2. Assemble the computer.
3. [Offline PC] Install Electrum via a USB-Key.
4. [Offline PC] Create a new wallet. Write down the seed and memorize it, after which you should probably destroy the seed or keep it safe in a lockbox.
5.[Offline PC] Go to Settings -> Import/Export and copy your "Master Public Key" and put it in a text file on your USB-Key.
6.[Online PC] Install Electrum and select "Create a watching-only version of existing wallet", you will then be prompted to enter your "Master Public Key".

To make a transaction:
1. [Online PC] Go to the send tab and make a transaction. Instead of sending it, Electrum will detect a seedless wallet and query for a location to save the transaction. Select your USB-Key.
2. [Offline PC] Go to Settings -> Import/Export -> "Load raw transaction". Select your transaction from the USB-Key. It will detect it's not signed and will prompt you to do so now. Fill in your password and sign the transaction. Save the new, signed, transaction to your USB-Key.
3. [Online PC] Go to Settings -> Import/Export -> "Load raw transaction". Select the signed transaction and it will ask you if you want to broadcast it.

That is the safest method. Nothing is as safe as this.
575  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Secruity and OS on: August 19, 2014, 02:35:16 PM

Keylogger or Man-in-the-middle attack can get any password but it imply being connected.


Disconnecting and then connecting again is the same.

..If I were to ever spend that BTC I would empty the entire wallet.

While not connected to web on new harddrive...  Put cd on computer.. install QT client, go to encrypt wallet, type in passphrase.  

Why would I tell you my ciphers.. When I eventually am less lazy I will put a public address and an encrypted private address on here with 100 milibtc you can go to town on attempting to get it.

The vigenere cipher has only been broken if it's encrypting a language as there are common letters, letter pairings etc that makes it possible...  

As I suspected.

type in passphrase.

You typed it in. A keylogger can record them. Once you reconnect to the internet, they are then uploaded to the hacker. If the virus/trojan is directed at Bitcoin users, it will also make copies of all files named wallet.dat, and then it will upload them to the attacker.
576  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Secruity and OS on: August 19, 2014, 02:25:08 PM
You should be safe with your method, but as always linux is recommended.

No he's not safe at all. Stop misleading people into oblivion.

If you get my encrypted wallet with 25+ chars how will it get decrypted?

When BTC passes a certian price I will have a paper wallet.

Uhh... Because you type it in? I can just grab the wallet.dat and then decrypt it with the password you entered. No paper wallet is 100% secure unless it is encrypted with a strong BIP38 passphrase and created under 100% offline conditions.

How do you plan to get that password......  Where is that text stored..?  (I am quite curious as nothing would ever be safe if passwords are this easy to get)

I'd uses a symbol and modified viegrene cipher.

Haha, this is funny. Can you list the steps you take to enter your password for your wallet?
577  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Secruity and OS on: August 19, 2014, 02:20:50 PM
You should be safe with your method, but as always linux is recommended.

No he's not safe at all. Stop misleading people into oblivion.

If you get my encrypted wallet with 25+ chars how will it get decrypted?

When BTC passes a certian price I will have a paper wallet.

Uhh... Because you type it in? I can just grab the wallet.dat and then decrypt it with the password you entered. No paper wallet is 100% secure unless it is encrypted with a strong BIP38 passphrase and created under 100% offline conditions.
578  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Pools (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][AUTO-SWITCH] Profit-switch auto-exchange pool: CleverMining.com on: August 19, 2014, 02:14:22 PM
Sad New to mining in general and generally mining on BTCGuild but thought I'd give this place a go...

Running same setup but literally getting 100% rejects whereas on the above pool getting almost 0% I'd like to try this site a bit more but cant justify leaving my 30Gh/s @ 100% loss.

tried the eu and the us stratums... same thing...  Huh

If you're mining on BTCGuild, that means you are mining Bitcoin on the SHA-256 Algorithm. 30Gh/s would be like a Rockminer, or a BFL.
ASICs can only mine on one algorithm only. Bitcoin (SHA-256) ASICs are for Bitcoin and other SHA-256 coins only.
This is a scrypt pool, for coins such as Litecoin or Dogecoin.
579  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Secruity and OS on: August 19, 2014, 01:56:31 PM
You should be safe with your method, but as always linux is recommended.

No he's not safe at all. Stop misleading people into oblivion.
580  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Secruity and OS on: August 19, 2014, 01:52:35 PM
A simple hacker can get all of your information. Stopping your computer from connecting to the internet and then allowing it to do so again is meaningless, the information can still be collected and then uploaded whenever there's internet available. Also, Windows 8 is full of NSA backdoors.
You need to build a cheap pc that has never been online and never will. Use Electrum to sign transactions, then broadcast it on an internet connected device.
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