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September 30, 2013, 12:52:20 PM
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Downloaded 2.18 GB in about 5 minutes. Mother of god.

Which ISP are you using and are you in America?
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September 30, 2013, 01:04:08 PM
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Downloaded 2.18 GB in about 5 minutes. Mother of god.

Which ISP are you using and are you in America?
I meant Bitfetch downloaded a torrent at that speed, after that I downloaded from the site at 1.8 MB/s (my max speed).
I'm from Portugal and my ISP is meo.
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October 01, 2013, 02:41:16 PM
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Very nice. I'm not into pirate content, however I still get screwed by my ISP when I download a Linux ISO or similar. This can be handy. Bookmarked
My shit of an ISP put fibre to the home and installed a router that can't handle when my browser restores 4 tabs at once. Using torrents kills all my internet. Wonder how much nagging it takes to get a better router. I actually thought that the tabs problem was a side effect of them penalizing torrents but a friend now told me that he got his router replaced after 100 calls.

screw them, just buy a router yourself?

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October 01, 2013, 02:43:09 PM
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Downloaded 2.18 GB in about 5 minutes. Mother of god.

Which ISP are you using and are you in America?

I've seen even faster speeds on well-seeded torrents. It's nice, especiall when you have a file in a "streamable" format, you can start watching right away via http.

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December 12, 2013, 10:29:51 AM
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December 12, 2013, 06:07:55 PM
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I would bet my balance vanished again :/ How else could I reach exactly 0 by using it up? Does it expire after a month of inactivity? Not amused.

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December 12, 2013, 06:10:01 PM
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I would bet my balance vanished again :/ How else could I reach exactly 0 by using it up? Does it expire after a month of inactivity? Not amused.
Did you use your token link to log back in? It's probably not in your cache anymore after a month.

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December 12, 2013, 08:46:38 PM
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I would bet my balance vanished again :/ How else could I reach exactly 0 by using it up? Does it expire after a month of inactivity? Not amused.
Did you use your token link to log back in? It's probably not in your cache anymore after a month.

Well, yeah, most likely that is the problem and I addressed it before. Why not optionally let me log in with something my password store would remember for me? Most likely I have the bookmark somewhere, too but optional login would help others from getting too mad at bitfetch, too.

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December 13, 2013, 04:54:27 PM
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I would bet my balance vanished again :/ How else could I reach exactly 0 by using it up? Does it expire after a month of inactivity? Not amused.
Did you use your token link to log back in? It's probably not in your cache anymore after a month.

Well, yeah, most likely that is the problem and I addressed it before. Why not optionally let me log in with something my password store would remember for me? Most likely I have the bookmark somewhere, too but optional login would help others from getting too mad at bitfetch, too.

Would it show in your history?

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December 14, 2013, 05:28:13 AM
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I would bet my balance vanished again :/ How else could I reach exactly 0 by using it up? Does it expire after a month of inactivity? Not amused.
Did you use your token link to log back in? It's probably not in your cache anymore after a month.

Well, yeah, most likely that is the problem and I addressed it before. Why not optionally let me log in with something my password store would remember for me? Most likely I have the bookmark somewhere, too but optional login would help others from getting too mad at bitfetch, too.

Would it show in your history?

Yeah, it was in my history and I wasn't really worried it would be gone for good but I wanted to make a point as bitfetch does not force me to the actual url. instawallet did it better I guess. I went to instawallet, it would forward me to instawallet/w/somerandomid and now if I hit bookmark, I would not bookmark instawallet but instawallet/w/somerandomid.

I expect bitfetch to run into the same issues instawallet (willingly as I would guess) ran into.

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December 16, 2013, 04:18:33 AM
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Rate was last changed around Sept 13.  Since then the value of bitcoin has gone from $150 to $850.  How about changing it?

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December 16, 2013, 06:17:20 PM
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Rate was last changed around Sept 13.  Since then the value of bitcoin has gone from $150 to $850.  How about changing it?

Quick! Change the rate now! Tomorrow there might be no reason to do so anymore Wink

No, seriously, I would find it fair to deduct balances in $$ as Ƀ is to volatile. Ƀ prices have to be adjusted every day else.

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December 16, 2013, 06:48:14 PM
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so, whoever is running this site now?
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January 07, 2014, 04:55:10 PM
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Site's great for fast torrents, but I sent 0.8 BTC in by accident the other day (address book malfunction). Who's running the site now? They're not answering their email Roll Eyes

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January 07, 2014, 05:39:23 PM
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Site's great for fast torrents, but I sent 0.8 BTC in by accident the other day (address book malfunction). Who's running the site now? They're not answering their email Roll Eyes


Did you check how many PB you can download now?

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January 07, 2014, 05:47:27 PM
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Yeah. Got about 1.6 Tb ...heh. At least I'll never run outta porn.

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January 20, 2014, 03:02:39 PM
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Awesome service, but you might want to consider adjusting the price again, make it update automatically with bitcoinaverage.com API or similar.
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January 20, 2014, 06:26:00 PM
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Awesome service, but you might want to consider adjusting the price again, make it update automatically with bitcoinaverage.com API or similar.

Many businesses use bitcoin as a currency where they should use it as a protocol only. Almost all change to $$ at some point. If you have liabilities to return unused credits, you will not want to have received a bitcoin but rather the $16 it was worth last year.
And yeah, the more users you have to convert from one policy to the other, the harder it is. Also magic money that multiplies itself by the service having to lower the price is bad as the old users will not have any incentive to send more money there. 1.6TB of porn he said? Maybe soon it's 1.6PB. Then he can publicly share his link and nobody will ever pay for the service again cause they all live off his balance. As people pay, can you really forbid to share the link?

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January 20, 2014, 07:16:13 PM
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Awesome service, but you might want to consider adjusting the price again, make it update automatically with bitcoinaverage.com API or similar.

Many businesses use bitcoin as a currency where they should use it as a protocol only. Almost all change to $$ at some point. If you have liabilities to return unused credits, you will not want to have received a bitcoin but rather the $16 it was worth last year.
And yeah, the more users you have to convert from one policy to the other, the harder it is. Also magic money that multiplies itself by the service having to lower the price is bad as the old users will not have any incentive to send more money there. 1.6TB of porn he said? Maybe soon it's 1.6PB. Then he can publicly share his link and nobody will ever pay for the service again cause they all live off his balance. As people pay, can you really forbid to share the link?
Deposits are instantly converted to GB, the site doesn't store BTC, it only stores the amount of GB you have purchased.
If you "deposit" 1 BTC to your account now, you'll have 2,000 GB to use, 10 years from now you'll still have 2,000 GB to use (if you don't download anything of course).
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January 20, 2014, 07:36:03 PM
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Awesome service, but you might want to consider adjusting the price again, make it update automatically with bitcoinaverage.com API or similar.

Many businesses use bitcoin as a currency where they should use it as a protocol only. Almost all change to $$ at some point. If you have liabilities to return unused credits, you will not want to have received a bitcoin but rather the $16 it was worth last year.
And yeah, the more users you have to convert from one policy to the other, the harder it is. Also magic money that multiplies itself by the service having to lower the price is bad as the old users will not have any incentive to send more money there. 1.6TB of porn he said? Maybe soon it's 1.6PB. Then he can publicly share his link and nobody will ever pay for the service again cause they all live off his balance. As people pay, can you really forbid to share the link?
Deposits are instantly converted to GB, the site doesn't store BTC, it only stores the amount of GB you have purchased.
If you "deposit" 1 BTC to your account now, you'll have 2,000 GB to use, 10 years from now you'll still have 2,000 GB to use (if you don't download anything of course).

Yeah, right. Still it's priced in Bitcoin as if Bitcoin was a currency. Lol.

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