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721  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Re: Feature Request for Bitcoin Core: Replace by Fee on: August 05, 2014, 04:45:18 PM
It seems like there is nothing I can do to rebroadcast this transaction with a fee, and that I have lost this $1 forever. Sad At least it was only $1, though.

You can. But let us start from the early beginning.
1) Can you show stuck transaction on the blockchain?
2) Do you have another utxo (sorry - this means some other funds on unspent tx output )?

1. The stuck transaction on the blockchain can be seen here: https://blockchain.info/tx/c238d939b330b682abe1c729300636600254c23c67e1eea4e8daa9abc26dd2c5

2. Sorry, I'm new to this. I don't know if I have other funds on the unspent output. How can I tell?

Thanks,
Scott

I have encountered some strange result regarding your Tx. Except blockchain.info none is showing it !!!

https://btc.blockr.io/tx/info/c238d939b330b682abe1c729300636600254c23c67e1eea4e8daa9abc26dd2c5

https://www.biteasy.com/blockchain/transactions/c238d939b330b682abe1c729300636600254c23c67e1eea4e8daa9abc26dd2c5

Very interesting!! What does this mean? This is making me hopeful! Smiley

That you can just broadcast a new transaction with fees on blockr.io or else.

Okay. Bitcoingirl, try this.

https://brainwallet.github.io/#tx
722  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Re: Feature Request for Bitcoin Core: Replace by Fee on: August 05, 2014, 04:42:34 PM
It seems like there is nothing I can do to rebroadcast this transaction with a fee, and that I have lost this $1 forever. Sad At least it was only $1, though.

You can. But let us start from the early beginning.
1) Can you show stuck transaction on the blockchain?
2) Do you have another utxo (sorry - this means some other funds on unspent tx output )?

1. The stuck transaction on the blockchain can be seen here: https://blockchain.info/tx/c238d939b330b682abe1c729300636600254c23c67e1eea4e8daa9abc26dd2c5

2. Sorry, I'm new to this. I don't know if I have other funds on the unspent output. How can I tell?

Thanks,
Scott

I have encountered some strange result regarding your Tx. Except blockchain.info none is showing it !!!

https://btc.blockr.io/tx/info/c238d939b330b682abe1c729300636600254c23c67e1eea4e8daa9abc26dd2c5

https://www.biteasy.com/blockchain/transactions/c238d939b330b682abe1c729300636600254c23c67e1eea4e8daa9abc26dd2c5

Very interesting!! What does this mean? This is making me hopeful! Smiley

It means that Blockchain.info is being retarded as it usually does. It proves that other nodes can't see this tx at all.
Please wait for a bit, you should be able to get your bitcoins back. I need someone to answer if what I stated is possible.

It seems like there is nothing I can do to rebroadcast this transaction with a fee, and that I have lost this $1 forever. Sad At least it was only $1, though.

You can. But let us start from the early beginning.
1) Can you show stuck transaction on the blockchain?
2) Do you have another utxo (sorry - this means some other funds on unspent tx output )?

1. The stuck transaction on the blockchain can be seen here: https://blockchain.info/tx/c238d939b330b682abe1c729300636600254c23c67e1eea4e8daa9abc26dd2c5

2. Sorry, I'm new to this. I don't know if I have other funds on the unspent output. How can I tell?

Thanks,
Scott

I have encountered some strange result regarding your Tx. Except blockchain.info none is showing it !!!

https://btc.blockr.io/tx/info/c238d939b330b682abe1c729300636600254c23c67e1eea4e8daa9abc26dd2c5

https://www.biteasy.com/blockchain/transactions/c238d939b330b682abe1c729300636600254c23c67e1eea4e8daa9abc26dd2c5

Weird. Can he just build a raw transaction using Brainwallet.github.io, and then rebroadcast it? (with a fee, of course).
723  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Re: Feature Request for Bitcoin Core: Replace by Fee on: August 05, 2014, 04:38:39 PM
It seems like there is nothing I can do to rebroadcast this transaction with a fee, and that I have lost this $1 forever. Sad At least it was only $1, though.

You can. But let us start from the early beginning.
1) Can you show stuck transaction on the blockchain?
2) Do you have another utxo (sorry - this means some other funds on unspent tx output )?

1. The stuck transaction on the blockchain can be seen here: https://blockchain.info/tx/c238d939b330b682abe1c729300636600254c23c67e1eea4e8daa9abc26dd2c5

2. Sorry, I'm new to this. I don't know if I have other funds on the unspent output. How can I tell?

Thanks,
Scott

I have encountered some strange result regarding your Tx. Except blockchain.info none is showing it !!!

https://btc.blockr.io/tx/info/c238d939b330b682abe1c729300636600254c23c67e1eea4e8daa9abc26dd2c5

https://www.biteasy.com/blockchain/transactions/c238d939b330b682abe1c729300636600254c23c67e1eea4e8daa9abc26dd2c5

Weird. Can he just build a raw transaction using Brainwallet.github.io, and then rebroadcast it? (with a fee, of course).
724  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Re: Feature Request for Bitcoin Core: Replace by Fee on: August 05, 2014, 04:21:08 PM
It seems like there is nothing I can do to rebroadcast this transaction with a fee, and that I have lost this $1 forever. Sad At least it was only $1, though.

You can. But let us start from the early beginning.
1) Can you show stuck transaction on the blockchain?
2) Do you have another utxo (sorry - this means some other funds on unspent tx output )?

1. The stuck transaction on the blockchain can be seen here: https://blockchain.info/tx/c238d939b330b682abe1c729300636600254c23c67e1eea4e8daa9abc26dd2c5

2. Sorry, I'm new to this. I don't know if I have other funds on the unspent output. How can I tell?

Thanks,
Scott

I'm not sure what you're asking, but the input has additional funds, so the remainder is being delivered as change back to him.
The outputs are unspent, and also unconfirmed.
725  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Re: Feature Request for Bitcoin Core: Replace by Fee on: August 05, 2014, 04:01:41 PM
It seems like there is nothing I can do to rebroadcast this transaction with a fee, and that I have lost this $1 forever. Sad At least it was only $1, though.

Hmm... Not really. Can't you just remove the private key from bitWallet? Then it can't rebroadcast the transaction at all.
726  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Changing the 21 million bitcoin limit on: August 05, 2014, 03:59:08 PM
Aren't you just contradicting yourself? The economy grows year by year, and according to you, the newly mined Bitcoin will not impact that much.
Then why make that extra exist at all? Just keep it as it is now. Halvenings were designed because Bitcoin would slowly become mainstream, and the supply cannot be too much to make the value collapse.

As it is now the miners earned 25 bitcoins per block in the beginning and over time that value is decreased so that the total amount of bitcoins mined will be 21 million. That will perhaps make bitcoin too deflationary for mainstream adoption. By instead letting the 25 bitcoins per block remain constant as a mining reward, the value of bitcoin would become more stable in terms of inflation/deflation.

Again, I want to point out that it's probably not a good idea to test this on the real bitcoin block chain. Because that could make the price of bitcoin to collapse. It's just a thought experiment.

There are better alternatives to this, such as OKCoin's Bitcoin Futures, or locking Bitcoins with something else. That stabilizes the price, and isn't a change on the Bitcoin protocol at all.
727  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Re: Feature Request for Bitcoin Core: Replace by Fee on: August 05, 2014, 03:54:13 PM
Just broadcast it with a higher fee. Also if you don't rebroadcast the original transaction, the memory pools will drop the transaction within a week.

Some nodes and clients automatically rebroadcast transactions...
So yeah.
728  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: My wallet on blockchain.info hacked even by e-mail comfirmation code !!!!!! on: August 05, 2014, 03:49:40 PM
Well, did you get hit with a phishing attack? Or maybe you have keyloggers in your system?
You know, most of the cases it's due to the owner's own fault of not securing properly.
729  Other / Off-topic / Re: Anyone here play League Of Legends? on: August 05, 2014, 03:48:02 PM
Uh... No, LoL and Dota 2 are very similar.

Basically, as far as LoL goes, (I'm not sure with Dota 2), you select a "character" (champion). Each of these are unique and have different abilities. In LoL, there are free ones that rotate every week, and you can buy more with real money or with points gained from playing. In Dota 2, I believe, all of them are free.

Then, you are thrown into a battlefield of 5v5 or 3v3, where you have to fight with your team (all humans) against the other (humans too).
The aim is to destroy the enemy "base", but it's a complicated game and it can't be explained in words at all.

Seems pretty similiar...

In Dota you get only 5v5 (I think, still new)

You go around killing some animals and crap and leveling up, while trying to kill the other teams characters and then destroying their base in the end

Yep. But you have to learn the abilities of each champion, its counters, and learn to play some champions properly, and play a main lane (< or not). Also, you have to learn the item builds too. So... it isn't that easy.

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Then, you are thrown into a battlefield of 5v5 or 3v3, where you have to fight with your team (all humans) against the other (humans too).
The aim is to destroy the enemy "base", but it's a complicated game and it can't be explained in words at all.

It isn't a complicated game at all, it's an RPG with some RTS elements mixed in and some uncontrollable NPC allies that move along a pre-designated path towards the enemy base.

Erm... Yeah... but what I said above... Is complicated.
730  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Re: Feature Request for Bitcoin Core: Replace by Fee on: August 05, 2014, 03:44:40 PM
Couldn't it be fixed by manually crafting the new tx with a higher fee and then https://blockchain.info/pushtx or http://coinb.in/send-raw-transaction.html ?

No, you'd have to try and broadcast it via another node, since BlockChain seems to reject 2nd transactions that use the same inputs. I'm not sure about coinb.in.
Nodes might treat it as a double spend anyway.
731  Other / Off-topic / Re: Anyone here play League Of Legends? on: August 05, 2014, 03:42:26 PM
Question:

I was always under the impression LoL was a lot more like WoW, where you get 1 character and build them up for quite awhile? 

Dota 2 is games that last roughly an  hour and you build your hero up...but then he goes back to level 1 when you start a new game?

Is this not true?

Uh... No, LoL and Dota 2 are very similar.

Basically, as far as LoL goes, (I'm not sure with Dota 2), you select a "character" (champion). Each of these are unique and have different abilities. In LoL, there are free ones that rotate every week, and you can buy more with real money or with points gained from playing. In Dota 2, I believe, all of them are free.

Then, you are thrown into a battlefield of 5v5 or 3v3, where you have to fight with your team (all humans) against the other (humans too).
The aim is to destroy the enemy "base", but it's a complicated game and it can't be explained in words at all.
732  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Stellar. on: August 05, 2014, 03:39:24 PM
Total supply is 100 billion
Only around 280 million according to Mrvega (who is a moderator on their forum) has been distributed so far.

So in a nutshell it's a 99.72% premine and they have 94% control of current tradeable stellar (5 billion coins for themselves plus the 280 they issued so far = 95% of coins that can be put on an exchange).

Then the remaining 6% of coins are largely owned by early birds, people with tons of fake facebook and speculators, et cetera.  On their forum they already have people bragging about owning millions and tens of millions of stellar (most it one way or another coming from fake facebook accounts pre-verification requirement).

 So yes I would consider this coin to be a scam.  It's all capitalization manipuilation like Aurora coin pre-air drop, Marine Coin and Solar coin.  Very easy to manipulate a coin when you have 94% control of current tradeable coins.

 Really Stellar is a repackaged Ripple founded by a Ripple developer.  If you think it's a new company then you would probably enjoy the 'real wrestling' on WWE, a 8 year old thinks it real but an adult shouldn't.

Stellar is really just capitalizing on the 'egalitarian fad' that you see in upcoming 2.0 coins so they forked Ripple and tried to pass off the egalitarian rhetoric.

The problem is, while Stellar might be 'free', it's far from being fair distribution as Stellar owns 99.72% premine and 94% of current tradeable coins.  While they used to give out thousands of stellar, now it's down to $10 and a lot of people are reporting they don't even get the full $10 anymore!

BTW Ripple pulled the same junk.  Ripple promised to distribute its' coins but it never did.  Neither will Stellar.  They wouldn't kill off their own money machine.

Looks like Bitcointalk just made a whole bunch of instant millionaires in California.  All they had to do was copy Ripple, give it a reskin and a rebrand and pesto - easy several million.



It isn't even a proper method for a digital currency. It's worse than Auroracoin and Solarcoin and all that, because all you need is an FB account, and one can make one easily. Anyone can use bots to create hundreds and claim hundreds of Stellar-Crap. Ripple is dying, and they quickly created another scheme to absorb money.
What a bunch of evil geniuses.


Go try it. Only verified accounts apply. Stop the fud if you are uninformed well.

I have no idea. I just tried it, and I can't even find the connect to Facebook thing lol.

TaunSew is copy/pasting the same fud everywhere, are you the new TradeFortress scammer?

What he is saying is correct, Ripple and Stellar are premined and given to the "developers", which allows them to dump it currency once it reaches a high value.
TaunSew isn't scamming anyone, he's expressing his opinion.
733  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Changing the 21 million bitcoin limit on: August 05, 2014, 03:36:59 PM
You also need to understand that if more coins were added it would completely ruin the entire concept.

Fiat is printed at will hence looking for something that you can own a portion of that can't be increased therefore diluting your holdings.

Common sense surely should tell you this.

Fiat currencies with the horrible fractional reserve banking scam actually has an accelerated inflation!

"For example: if 100 credits are created and loaned into the economy at 10% per year, at the end of the year 110 credits will be needed to pay the loan and extinguish the debt. However, since the additional 10 credits do not yet exist, they too must be borrowed into existence to pay off the interest on the previous loan. To some, this implies that the money supply must grow exponentially at the same rate as economic growth and compounding debt in order for the monetary system to remain solvent," -- http://wiki.mises.org/wiki/Criticism_of_fractional_reserve_banking

With a fixed miner reward of 25 bitcoins per block the inflation of bitcoin would slow down as opposed to the fractional reserve acceleration of debt.


Yes, that is correct, but why should we have inflation at all?
The speed doesn't matter, but why should we have inflation? To devalue money? That doesn't make sense at all.

I'm not sure that it will be an inflation of bitcoin in terms of price. The overall economy grows year by year and the small amount of new bitcoins mined per year would perhaps make the price remain fairly stable instead of inflationary. As it is now bitcoin is too deflationary to become mainstream is my guess.

Aren't you just contradicting yourself? The economy grows year by year, and according to you, the newly mined Bitcoin will not impact that much.
Then why make that extra exist at all? Just keep it as it is now. Halvenings were designed because Bitcoin would slowly become mainstream, and the supply cannot be too much to make the value collapse.
734  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Changing the 21 million bitcoin limit on: August 05, 2014, 03:16:25 PM

I have to say that that guy is completely insane.

So that's why Google recruited Ray Kurzweil as a Director of Engineering?

Google is controlled by the NSA, and naturally, they would recruit him. Also, that is a meaningless comment. We are talking about his views, not about anything else.
735  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Changing the 21 million bitcoin limit on: August 05, 2014, 03:15:08 PM
You also need to understand that if more coins were added it would completely ruin the entire concept.

Fiat is printed at will hence looking for something that you can own a portion of that can't be increased therefore diluting your holdings.

Common sense surely should tell you this.

Fiat currencies with the horrible fractional reserve banking scam actually has an accelerated inflation!

"For example: if 100 credits are created and loaned into the economy at 10% per year, at the end of the year 110 credits will be needed to pay the loan and extinguish the debt. However, since the additional 10 credits do not yet exist, they too must be borrowed into existence to pay off the interest on the previous loan. To some, this implies that the money supply must grow exponentially at the same rate as economic growth and compounding debt in order for the monetary system to remain solvent," -- http://wiki.mises.org/wiki/Criticism_of_fractional_reserve_banking

With a fixed miner reward of 25 bitcoins per block the inflation of bitcoin would slow down as opposed to the fractional reserve acceleration of debt.


Yes, that is correct, but why should we have inflation at all?
The speed doesn't matter, but why should we have inflation? To devalue money? That doesn't make sense at all.
736  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Changing the 21 million bitcoin limit on: August 05, 2014, 03:06:31 PM

Erm... Since when is this world fair? Please face reality, nothing is fair. Bitcoin isn't designed for fairness. You're completely missing the point.

With information technology we have an opportunity to make the world fair. It not only can be done. It will be done.

No, it won't, unless you find a way to implant cells in everyone's brain that eliminates greed. It's human nature.
Nothing will ever be fair.

Say hello to unlimited resources: Ray Kurzweil and the Singularity - Lew Keilar -- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P9iYEUq9Vgo

 Cool

I have to say that that guy is completely insane. A.I.s cannot be made to think for themselves, and Humans won't be connected to a cloud. You are obviously from the NSA. That's what they want to do to us, so that every aspect of our lives will be controlled by them. Ray Kurzweil is completely off his rocker.
You are right, that will create fairness, since we will all be turned into marionettes, ready to do our "master's" bidding, and be enslaved for eternity.

All this will do and make us all equal, which isn't a good thing. Humans will no longer have emotion. No thoughts. Nothing.
Essentially, we will be turned into robots.
737  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Changing the 21 million bitcoin limit on: August 05, 2014, 02:54:45 PM

wtf is your point, go use dogecoin if you want infinite coins, you wont change bitcoin 21m limit.

So you think bitcoin will become a mainstream currency with the 21 million limit? I doubt it will. Let's see what will happen.

Look, why wouldn't it? Bitcoin is infinitely divisible. I would assume that that is more than enough.
If you doubt that it will, you should immediately convert your assets into JokeCoin (< aka Dogecoin).

I actually took a look at Dogecoin. It seems fairly popular, but I doubt it's better than bitcoin. It seems more like a coin for fun than for serious business.

Correct, but it has the perfect concept you want, an coin with infinite supply, for no reason whatsoever. Just because their original block rewards failed.
738  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Changing the 21 million bitcoin limit on: August 05, 2014, 02:50:49 PM

Erm... Since when is this world fair? Please face reality, nothing is fair. Bitcoin isn't designed for fairness. You're completely missing the point.

With information technology we have an opportunity to make the world fair. It not only can be done. It will be done.

No, it won't, unless you find a way to implant cells in everyone's brain that eliminates greed. It's human nature.
Nothing will ever be fair.
739  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Changing the 21 million bitcoin limit on: August 05, 2014, 02:48:41 PM

wtf is your point, go use dogecoin if you want infinite coins, you wont change bitcoin 21m limit.

So you think bitcoin will become a mainstream currency with the 21 million limit? I doubt it will. Let's see what will happen.

Look, why wouldn't it? Bitcoin is infinitely divisible. I would assume that that is more than enough.
If you doubt that it will, you should immediately convert your assets into JokeCoin (< aka Dogecoin).
740  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Changing the 21 million bitcoin limit on: August 05, 2014, 02:47:03 PM
More and more bitcoins would be created over time without any upper limit. It would be inflationary but I think the value could remain fairly stable.
What? Why the hell would it remain fairly stable?  Huh

With an unlimited supply of Bitcoin, it would only remain stable with a similar unlimited supply of economic wealth and traffic to support it. Which is not possible, since we live in a finite world.

Same amount of total value in our economy vs twice the amount of bitcoins = bitcoin price would halve.

So, sorry sir but you're talking nonsense.

With a fixed rate of new bitcoins, the inflation will become less and less every year, since what is added each year is on top of a growing total amount of bitcoins.

For example adding 10 to 100 is a ten percent inflation while adding the same amount 10 to a larger total of 1000 is only a one percent inflation.

And why the heck should there be any inflation at all after 21 Million? Huh

You say that it's because the wealth isn't distributed fairly. That's not what Bitcoin was designed for... not to reduce inequality, and not to be distributed fairly either.

Large economy you say? 8 digits is enough, and if more is needed, they can be added with relatively no effort at all.

We can have a currency which is as fair as possible. Today's wealth is horrendously unfairly distributed. I'm afraid the same would happen with bitcoin if it became mainstream with the 21 million limit.
Better distribution of wealth cannot be obtained through Bitcoin, or any currency for that matter. The problem is not with the currency.

At least with Bitcoin we solve the problem of having a small elite of private companies with the exclusive privilege of creating money out of thin air.



But with bitcoin there is already a small number of people who have hoarded them. Most people hardly even know yet what Bitcoin is. So it would be unfair for ordinary people to be forced to buy bitcoins for a very high price in the future.

Erm... Since when is this world fair? Please face reality, nothing is fair. Bitcoin isn't designed for fairness. You're completely missing the point.
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