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1  Bitcoin / Technical Support / Re: Still unconfirmed 5 days later? on: November 15, 2017, 07:08:53 AM
e0e3881b765fbb3980e5f6a7ecce4d9512bb1c47a292534c86795c73f896d3d8


I sent it 5 days ago and still nothing? I updated my electrum wallet to support the child/parent pay and no matter how high/low i make the transaction fee it either says "maximum fee exceeded" or it goes through to let me sign then gives me a transaction error rejected by network rules \64\dust


Is there any way to speed up the process or am I just screwed? i've already lost $80~ in BTC from the wait time and price fluctuation....



any help would be greatly appreciated thank you!

Well did you tried to switch to a different wallet? Like Multibit-Hd or something?
Regarding the unconfirmed transaction, try to put the transaction id into https://pool.viabtc.com/tools/txaccelerator/ to accelerate the transaction and see if you are lucky.

Good luck.
2  Other / Meta / Re: MULTIPLE ACCOUNT on: November 15, 2017, 07:01:46 AM
I heard a story from my friend that most of the people here have 3 up to multiple account here in bitcoin talk and selling it for a specific amount when it reaches Jr or member rank. Is it allowed to have multiple accounts here using the same IP address? Will there be a chance of getting ban when you are navigating multiple accounts?

I guess that it is not allowed to have multiple accounts here, using same or different IP address. Although i'm not sure if you'll get banned, or just trust tagged. Let's see if a more experienced user can answer your question. Now i'm curious.
3  Other / Politics & Society / Re: EUROPEAN UNION.. on: November 11, 2017, 02:22:37 AM
Bro, take a pill and chill.
I smell years of frustration loool

Are you really from UK ? Your english is horrible.

As you know, the "Brexit" takes years. It's normal.
Quote
Why might Brexit take so long?
Unpicking 43 years of treaties and agreements covering thousands of different subjects was never going to be a straightforward task.

Simple as that. A country can't just say: "Im leaving EU!" and on the next day he's out. It doesn't work like that. Now spamming this forum won't help your country to leave EU lol.
Yes from the UK ..
Not all London snooty twats you know Wink

Is only you, or no one in the UK use punctuation aka writes in proper english?

All countries contribute to the society in different ways of course.
Also, it wasn't the British to invent the "Internet" as you said. World-Wide-Web is not the same as "Internet" and the "invention" was made by CERN (where Tim Berners-Lee, the british guy, was the responsible). And the World-Wide-Web that they made, isn't the same as the WWW you have today. There are thousands of different people from several countries involved.

You don't live all of your life with 100% made by British products. So stop being arrogant, because it will lead you to nowhere. I mean congrats that UK invented all the shit and bla bla bla.. but the real question is: WHO CARES?. Straight answer: NOBODY.
Not saying you don't desearve "FREEDOM OF SPEECH" as you said, but i saw your last 100-200 posts and they are all based on the same shit, your complains lol We got your point, you're frustrated with EU, and bla bla bla. Stop wasting time here.. seriously. Go make the difference. Or do you think that spending hours here writing the same bullshit, over and over again, will fill your needs that you're complaining?
4  Other / Politics & Society / Re: EUROPEAN UNION.. on: November 11, 2017, 01:49:39 AM
Bro, take a pill and chill.
I smell years of frustration loool

Are you really from UK ? Your english is horrible.

As you know, the "Brexit" takes years. It's normal.
Quote
Why might Brexit take so long?
Unpicking 43 years of treaties and agreements covering thousands of different subjects was never going to be a straightforward task.

Simple as that. A country can't just say: "Im leaving EU!" and on the next day he's out. It doesn't work like that. Now spamming this forum won't help your country to leave EU lol.
5  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: [Bitcoin Project] Hotel booking on: November 10, 2017, 06:18:42 PM
i have some knowledge about IOT and have engineering  knowledge so my idea is to make hotel without Recepion only user go to door and scan bar code send money to hotel wallet when all Done door can open using phone for 24 hour   .

about engineering side i can do it .  but how
1)  make wallet auto check value and when only right value happen  make action .

2) what can do if user send higher or lower amount ?

3)how can make wallet auto check prices because bitcoin price changes fast and canít edit it manually

Well that's actually a great idea. We got 24/7 shops with food (without employers) just machines so that might be a good project.

1) With a simple code you can do that. A good idea would be using a raspberry or an arduino.
2) That would be done on the code, in case the amount is not correct it will refund. A good solution would be HTTP JSON-RPC calls to manage the wallet.
3) There are plenty of websites that has API where you can check the price of bitcoin.

If you're realling going to do this, i can help you on the coding part.

Good luck.

1) problem how will make wallet  make action ON / OFF (when real value came make ON other OFF) about  raspberry or an arduino i have enough knowledge.
 
2) refunded problem with bitcoin make this project hard because need to pay fee for this .

3) give me one can make this

I'll give you a brief example.
Check this door: https://i.imgur.com/JYmi6io.jpg

Imagine you have an apartment (per example) with all doors like that. And on reception only a computer where people can choose amount of days ,etc. Then an order is created, and a bitcoin address is generated. On the script, it will check every X minutes/seconds/whatever if the money is on the wallet (correct amount), if yes, it will give the code to the user, if not, it won't.
In case user sends more/less it will refund. But will refund less than it was received (user pays the fee because was his fault). You only need to have that stated on the terms of service.
Also in case you want a smartphone app you can do it too. Instead of a computer on reception, user connects to the app and pays and code is given on the app.

https://www.coindesk.com/api/ --> Bitcoin api price. You can google, there are hundreads of different examples.
6  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: [Bitcoin Project] Hotel booking on: November 10, 2017, 04:23:49 PM
Travel bookings giant Expedia will start accepting bitcoin for hotel reservations, becoming ...

Did you even bother to read what @ichtyar wrote? It's not a simple hotel booking site that accepts bitcoin as a payment method.. It's a completely different concept.
And Expedia has introduced Bitcoin as a payment method a few months ago, so it's not "new".

7  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: [Bitcoin Project] Hotel booking on: November 10, 2017, 03:42:44 PM
i have some knowledge about IOT and have engineering  knowledge so my idea is to make hotel without Recepion only user go to door and scan bar code send money to hotel wallet when all Done door can open using phone for 24 hour   .

about engineering side i can do it .  but how
1)  make wallet auto check value and when only right value happen  make action .

2) what can do if user send higher or lower amount ?

3)how can make wallet auto check prices because bitcoin price changes fast and canít edit it manually

Well that's actually a great idea. We got 24/7 shops with food (without employers) just machines so that might be a good project.

1) With a simple code you can do that. A good idea would be using a raspberry or an arduino.
2) That would be done on the code, in case the amount is not correct it will refund. A good solution would be HTTP JSON-RPC calls to manage the wallet.
3) There are plenty of websites that has API where you can check the price of bitcoin.

If you're realling going to do this, i can help you on the coding part.

Good luck.
8  Economy / Speculation / Re: Crash time 6,800$ on: November 10, 2017, 02:51:27 PM
bitcoin drooped from 7,000$ range today and keep down do you think price will crash back to 5,000$ or this small correction

Ye i saw that today too. Well it will go up for sure. But if it continues to go down like this i might buy some coins Cheesy
9  Other / Meta / Re: 2fa at bitcointalk on: November 09, 2017, 01:00:13 PM
Maybe admins should add 2fa to provide more secure for accounts ?

You're not the first proposing that.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2153534.0

But it would be a great idea. It will bring more security and eventually more "troubles" to admins/mods. A lot of people will start saying they lost their 2-FA device, etc etc.
10  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Coingi.com - Introduce the cryptocurrency trading service on: November 09, 2017, 12:52:58 PM
Greetings,

We would like to officially introduce the cryptocurrency trading service Coingi.com. This project has been in development for several years, and since February 2017, been operating solely in the crypto-4-crypto exchange phase.

During development, it was important to consider the overall security of the Exchange. Therefore, all deposit payments are placed in Cold Storage, with only the necessary minimum for automatic withdrawals kept in Hot Storage. Additionally, focus was placed on maximum scalability, so that Coingi.com can Ė without limits and outages Ė keep increasing the performance of the whole trading system.

As Coingi.com was built through an API, all required tasks are possible to execute via the API commands.

Currently, Coingi.com supports:
  • Bitcoin (BTC)

  • Litecoin (LTC)
  • Dogecoin (DOGE)
  • Vertcoin (VTC)

  • Namecoin (NMC)

  • Dash (DASH)
Recently, the possibility of trading EUR and USD has also been added.

After almost a year online, and with our transaction commission set to 0.2%, Coingi.com has successfully carried out thousands of registrations and trades.

Thank you for your time. We look forward to doing business with you!

Coingi

For the FIAT currency, what are the deposit methods we can use? Also, is there any Identity Process?

11  Economy / Goods / Re: pair of PERFECT DIAMONDS for sale on: November 09, 2017, 12:40:49 PM
3.71ct D/FL/3EX + 4.36 D/IF/3EX



pair of perfect diamonds for sale! both stones located in Prague, CZ at the moment.
great investment stones. price is 85 BTC and negotiable

BBM: 5580C98F
Skype: g0ldenberg.here

I hope you realize that 85btc is more than 637k USD and no one is going to pay that for 2 gems

Well depends..
Check this gem: https://www.adiamor.com/Diamonds/4.01-ct-D-FL-Affinity-Cut-Round-Diamond/D40684636 or https://www.adiamor.com/Diamonds/4.02-ct-D-IF-Affinity-Cut-Round-Diamond/D40878672
As you can see they're really expensive (similar gems with similar characteristics).. 85BTC might be the real price of both gems.
Whoever wants to buy it, should take a test with an expert before buying, and always buy gems with certificates.

Good luck.
12  Other / Off-topic / Re: Scientific proof that God exists? on: November 09, 2017, 03:16:06 AM
5 proofs I know that God exist:
1. The air I breath
2. The reason why I am still alive right now.
3. The reason why earth is still running on its right orbit.
4. The reason why Armageddon and apocalypse has not arrived yet
5. The blessing you I received everyday

If you don't received these 5 things, then you should start praying and ask for forgiveness.
Make your self closer to God because if you don't, the  one opposite to God is the one who is with you probably.

There maybe no scientific proof that God exist. But remember this, It doesn't mean that because you don't see it, its means that it's not there...  Smiley
God moves is MYSTERIOUS ways.... Smiley


WTF?

So the reason you are alive is God? So he can decide who lives and who don't? Based on what? So my grandfather died because God wants to? What's your argument regarding this? "His time ended" or "He did bad things", is that your same argument if a newborn baby dies? lol

So the earth is running "on its right orbit" because of God? What do you mean with right orbit? Do you realize that if the Sun disappeared (for no reason, just a "click" and gone), we would be drifting untill we find a star heavier than earth and gravity would pull us and we would be "on our right orbit" again. I mean, did you went to school? Did they teach you basic stuff like what gravity is? Or instead of studying/learning you were reading the bible?  At least respect 1 of our greatest scientists know as Sir Isaac Newton (notice the "Sir" Cheesy), and learn more about gravity.
Take a few links to know why our planet orbits the sun: https://spaceplace.nasa.gov/review/dr-marc-solar-system/planet-orbits.html & http://curious.astro.cornell.edu/about-us/57-our-solar-system/planets-and-dwarf-planets/orbits/243-why-do-the-planets-orbit-the-sun-beginner (and this has scientific proof.. not some bla bla bla from the bible).

And the apocalypse didnt't came yet because God doesn't want to? so he gives you a "blessing" aka "protects you" and will end the world with a click just because he woke up angry in the morning? Like seriously?
Who told you this bullshit? I mean this 5 arguments you've used looks some bla bla from someone who doesn't think properly or his IQ is really below the "standard". The only thing i read is:
1. Nonsense.
2. Nonsense.
3. Nonsense.
4. Nonsense.
5. Nonsense.

There maybe no scientific proof that God exist. But remember this, It doesn't mean that because you don't see it, its means that it's not there...  Smiley

This is the only sentence that i don't read Nonsense.
There is no scientific proof that the Flying Spaghetti Monster exist, but remember.. if you don't see it, doesn't mean that's not there!!!
You should switch your religion. Pastafarianism is way better than Christianism.
And guess what, we have an official website! Cool huh? https://www.venganza.org/about/#note1
13  Economy / Gambling / Re: Stake.com | The Bitcoin Casino | Plinko, Mines, Blackjack, Roulette + 8 more 👽 on: November 09, 2017, 02:16:08 AM
It seems we've resolved the Ddos issue that has been causing occasional slowdowns the past few days. Speeds should be back to normal, let us know if you are still encountering lag.

Hey.

I've experienced a "bug".

On "Mines" Game, if i use this settings: https://prnt.sc/h81zby on automated betting, if the Bet Amount reached 0.00000001 (minimum) and i win the round (increase of -50%), it will go to 0.00000000BTC. But it keeps betting normally even if it's a lose or a win and the bet amount doesn't change (obviously because it's 0), but still i think it shouldn't go below 0.00000001 BTC. What you think?

Anyway, i enjoy the concept and the layout.
14  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Newbie in Cryptoworld on: November 09, 2017, 01:28:03 AM
Hi Everyone,

I'm really new to blockchain tech and wanted to learn more about it.
Any books you recommend to gather knowledge would be great.
I'm much more interesting in participating projects related to blockchain and I could see thounsands of them over the internet.




If you're really new as you said, you should start by learning what is Bitcoin and how it works. I guess it's a very simple and easy-to-understand example.
This is a good book: https://www.amazon.com/Blockchain-Revolution-Technology-Changing-Business/dp/1101980133.

Have fun.
15  Other / Off-topic / Re: Lightning surge from thunder storm on: November 09, 2017, 01:22:00 AM
Lightning from thunderstorm causes electrical surge and damages your television and other turned ON devices? How?

A simple google search isn't that hard!

"What you refer to as a power surge will most likely be a voltage spike, i.e. short but significant increase in the line voltage. This increased voltage will in the most general case lead to increased electrical currents in your devices, and this may kill them.

Simplest example: a light bulb that is specified for 230V will generate more light at higher voltages (because higher voltage -> higher current -> higher temperature of the filament -> more light), but due to the higher temperature, the filament will break earlier (as early as "instantly" if enough voltage is applied). Other simple examples might be motors which might run faster at higher voltages but will also suffer from the increased currents.

Any devices involving semiconductor circuits (so, almost all nowadays, I guess) are also affected in the same way. Too much current -> too much heat -> broken device. It is quite possible that only a part of a device is affected and the consequences might vary from fancy noises to complete failures.
"

Taken from: https://diy.stackexchange.com/questions/83220/what-type-of-damage-can-power-surges-do
16  Other / Off-topic / Re: Scientific proof that God exists? on: November 08, 2017, 09:29:32 PM
True. For hundread of years religion is used to explain the unexplainable at the moment.
Science can explain parapsychological research but not if it is bound to the mainstream orthodoxy of materialism.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=737322.msg23329271#msg23329271

Or is simply not true, who knows  Roll Eyes

This kind of talk won't have an agreement between the talkers.
Same as sports talk. You have your opinion (saying it was fault, per example), and i have mine (saying it wasn't)..

Science doesn't care about opinions, what's real is real, magic is for kids.

Yeah, that's obvious. Thing is people like to mix religion and science and the result is 100% bullsh*t. Based on opinions, speculations, myths, faith, beliefs, etc we have religions. Based on facts, reality, proofs etc we got science. Thumbs up for science aka get rekt jesus.
17  Other / Off-topic / Re: Scientific proof that God exists? on: November 08, 2017, 07:44:41 PM
True. For hundread of years religion is used to explain the unexplainable at the moment.
Science can explain parapsychological research but not if it is bound to the mainstream orthodoxy of materialism.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=737322.msg23329271#msg23329271

Or is simply not true, who knows  Roll Eyes

This kind of talk won't have an agreement between the talkers.
Same as sports talk. You have your opinion (saying it was fault, per example), and i have mine (saying it wasn't)..
18  Other / Off-topic / Re: Scientific proof that God exists? on: November 08, 2017, 06:27:29 PM
Next time read, otherwise you are going to look stupid. I'm not the believer, badecker is, the ''you are going to hell'' thing is a joke, next time please, take the time to actually read.

I read what you've wrote but didn't got it was a joke.. My bad.

The fuck are you even talking about, not having an answer for something makes it a religion? How stupid are you, really? It's the best we have, the big bang theory, thanks to a lot of evidence that indicates it did happen. Scientists don't know for sure and they don't know many things but it definitely doesn't make it a religion. What religions do is: I don't know something, instead of admitting it, I will make something up to explain it.

True. For hundread of years religion is used to explain the unexplainable at the moment.
19  Other / Off-topic / Re: Scientific proof that God exists? on: November 07, 2017, 04:16:28 PM
Just admit we cant prove or disprove such thing,and move on.

We can disprove retarded ''proof'' though. If you can't prove such thing then there is no reason to believe in it.

But you haven't been able to prove God doesn't exist. Your rebuttals to the proof that He does are simply circular reference blabber.

Cool

https://www.quora.com/Does-G%C3%B6dels-Incompleteness-Theorem-prove-the-existence-of-God
https://philosophy.stackexchange.com/questions/8475/g%C3%B6dels-ontological-proof-and-the-incompleteness-theorem
https://philosophy.stackexchange.com/questions/7013/g%C3%B6dels-theorem-and-god?rq=1


https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=737322.msg24030533#msg24030533


https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=737322.msg19455088#msg19455088

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=737322.msg19350390#msg19350390
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=737322.msg19357376#msg19357376

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=737322.msg19355289#msg19355289

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=737322.msg19666684#msg19666684



The difference between me and you is that I actually take time to review your ''arguments'' and debunk them. The only thing you can do about my arguments is saying ''simply circular reference blabber.'' over and over again as if that would change anything. You are dishonest and a liar, god will not send you to heaven if you continue like this.

BIG BIG BIG BIG BIG BIG BIG LOL.
That's a whole "new level". So dishonest/liar people will go to hell and not heaven? Like SERIOUSLY? First of all it's not clear the existance of a "God", second it's much less clear the existance of after-death life.
Also who started that idea of heaven and hell were the religions. Christians and bible or whatever say that God forgives. If it forgives, he "will send you to hell" if you are dishonest? Like wtf?
And what kind of sick game is that? So "God" is sitting on his big chair, drinking a beer while playing with our lives? You did a good job, when you die you desearve clean clothes, a lot of food, 100 virgins, etc? Bro.. we are in 21th century, not in the middle age. Wake up please. Witches don't exist lol You guys need to start thinking a bit outside the box. Think for yourself and not for others.
20  Economy / Services / Re: I write whitepapers on: November 07, 2017, 03:17:01 AM
You are absolutely crazy. I write high quality papers for a much more reasonable rate. Maybe that's why I have 10-15 papers written and you "supposedly" have two.

Wow, you've lost count of your whitepapers Smiley I can't put out that many whitepapers in a year. My process is slow and deliberate, and I deeply care about my work. Academic research is not a commodity mate, and if priced as such, surely is not research.

You are absolutely crazy. I write high quality papers for a much more reasonable rate. Maybe that's why I have 10-15 papers written and you "supposedly" have two.

Wow, you've lost count of your whitepapers Smiley I can't put out that many whitepapers in a year. My process is slow and deliberate, and I deeply care about my work. Academic research is not a commodity mate, and if priced as such, surely is not research.
I charge about a thousand dollars per piece and deliver high quality products. You don't need to blow $17,500 for a good whitepaper as I doubt your work is even 10x as good as mine.

Don't take me wrong, but you guys look like two teens measuring their dic* ahaha Cheesy
But yeah, the price is too high for the job, even if it's perfect. There are "limits".
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