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May 31, 2011, 06:22:23 PM
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So, i guess you can call me a noob at this.. I thought i had it under controll but then when i tried to transfer some of my BTC out of my Deepbit.net account i failed..
I just reached 1.5 BTC and was trying to get them out, so i went to payment and typed "1.5" and pressed "Instant Payout" But then it links me to a very unclear site with a bunch of codes.. And im lost, my first thought was "I LOST 1½ DAYS OF WORK! NOO" What can i do to get these 1.5 BTC back or to my BitMarket.eu account?

Thank you for your time Smiley
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May 31, 2011, 09:31:21 PM
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What is the "very unclear site"?
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May 31, 2011, 10:29:53 PM
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So, i guess you can call me a noob at this.. I thought i had it under controll but then when i tried to transfer some of my BTC out of my Deepbit.net account i failed..
I just reached 1.5 BTC and was trying to get them out, so i went to payment and typed "1.5" and pressed "Instant Payout" But then it links me to a very unclear site with a bunch of codes.. And im lost, my first thought was "I LOST 1½ DAYS OF WORK! NOO" What can i do to get these 1.5 BTC back or to my BitMarket.eu account?

Thank you for your time Smiley

Do you see a balance anywhere? Are you sure your not being redirecrted to blockexplorer?

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June 01, 2011, 12:10:12 AM
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So, i guess you can call me a noob at this.. I thought i had it under controll but then when i tried to transfer some of my BTC out of my Deepbit.net account i failed..
I just reached 1.5 BTC and was trying to get them out, so i went to payment and typed "1.5" and pressed "Instant Payout" But then it links me to a very unclear site with a bunch of codes.. And im lost, my first thought was "I LOST 1½ DAYS OF WORK! NOO" What can i do to get these 1.5 BTC back or to my BitMarket.eu account?

Thank you for your time Smiley

Do you see a balance anywhere? Are you sure your not being redirecrted to blockexplorer?
It's blockexplorer! What can i do there? i would really appreciate some help Smiley
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June 01, 2011, 12:28:39 AM
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So, i guess you can call me a noob at this.. I thought i had it under controll but then when i tried to transfer some of my BTC out of my Deepbit.net account i failed..
I just reached 1.5 BTC and was trying to get them out, so i went to payment and typed "1.5" and pressed "Instant Payout" But then it links me to a very unclear site with a bunch of codes.. And im lost, my first thought was "I LOST 1½ DAYS OF WORK! NOO" What can i do to get these 1.5 BTC back or to my BitMarket.eu account?

Thank you for your time Smiley

Do you see a balance anywhere? Are you sure your not being redirecrted to blockexplorer?
It's blockexplorer! What can i do there? i would really appreciate some help Smiley

Do you see anything at deepbit.net for your balance?

https://deepbit.net/stats

Do you see your confirmed rewards there?

Blockexplorer just validates your findings (the central hub for all btc related transactions/finds)

If  your having issues, might want to post it here under the deepbit forum area:
http://forum.bitcoin.org/?topic=3889.0

The administrator can help you out, he checks in time to time.

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June 01, 2011, 01:10:33 AM
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So, i guess you can call me a noob at this.. I thought i had it under controll but then when i tried to transfer some of my BTC out of my Deepbit.net account i failed..
Everything should be fine since you are seeing the blockexplorer page.

Your payment should be shown instantly if your bitcoin client if running. If not, you should start it and ensure that all the blocks are downloaded from network (the counter in the client's status bar).
In the worst case it may be delayed by a few hours.

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June 01, 2011, 12:03:43 PM
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So, i guess you can call me a noob at this.. I thought i had it under controll but then when i tried to transfer some of my BTC out of my Deepbit.net account i failed..
Everything should be fine since you are seeing the blockexplorer page.

Your payment should be shown instantly if your bitcoin client if running. If not, you should start it and ensure that all the blocks are downloaded from network (the counter in the client's status bar).
In the worst case it may be delayed by a few hours.
Thanks Smiley But could you link me a guide for using the blockexplorer page? Smiley
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