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March 16, 2017, 02:46:29 PM
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Block.io  take my money.

I sent to my other btc address. But didnot go.

Support no answer.

And then Block.io block to me on site and facebook.

Please explain what is this??  0.01073 Btc lose.

https://blockchain.info/address/3Bikr4k84HLrXjTrF96ncx5uhyJZCpYRaP

my block.io adress 3Bikr4k84HLrXjTrF96ncx5uhyJZCpYRaP
my payeer adress  16WueuNiNxXi2utsv3uLELRrHXmdzoToJW
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March 17, 2017, 12:04:05 AM
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https://blockchain.info/tx/f152f675f4e7119fdfa52be86ce53c857a150b289433a44e5fca20d48f7d16b7

The address https://blockchain.info/address/3Bikr4k84HLrXjTrF96ncx5uhyJZCpYRaP

Had a total of 0.01073344 BTC

A transfer was made to https://blockchain.info/address/16WueuNiNxXi2utsv3uLELRrHXmdzoToJW

Total transferred was 0.0006 BTC

The remaining 0.01013344 BTC was sent as a miner fee.

You did receive the 0.0006 BTC = $0.75

The miner got 0.01013344 BTC = $12.72

Looking at the amount of the fee paid (0.01013344 BTC = $12.72 = 204.221 sat/B) it looks "normal" for a quick transfer.  Did you want a quick transfer?

It looks like your transfer was legit.  You were charged the normal fee of about $12.72 for the quick transfer and you were left with just $0.75 after you paid the transfer fee.

For current fees see: https://bitcoinfees.21.co/

You probably should have paid no fee at all and just waited a few days for the transfer to complete and you would have gotten all of your BTC.

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March 17, 2017, 08:48:13 AM
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Realyy? : (

But I sent it with block.io.  
You can not set the transfer fee. There are 3 options. and I chose normal speed. 0.00200.

I message support. but they block me. ??

Someone told me this is unconfirmed transaction. is that so?
What then?

Thank you.
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March 17, 2017, 12:21:42 PM
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I am sorry to tell you that

You selected the fee
The fee that you selected was used
The fee you selected used up almost all of your Bitcoins
You did get what was left after the fee
The transaction confirmed a long time ago

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March 17, 2017, 12:35:22 PM
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thats a huge fees Shocked Shocked Shocked why use bitcoin?
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March 17, 2017, 01:16:27 PM
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thats a huge fees Shocked Shocked Shocked why use bitcoin for very small payments?
Fixed if for you.

Bitcoin works great for large payments, savings, etc.

Bitcoin does not work for small payments - unless you are willing to wait for a long time (days) for your very small payment to get confirmed.

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March 17, 2017, 02:12:00 PM
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I am sorry to tell you that

You selected the fee
The fee that you selected was used
The fee you selected used up almost all of your Bitcoins
You did get what was left after the fee
The transaction confirmed a long time ago



12$ not normal.  But it looks like transfer.
 bad luck.   Thank you for answer.

By the way. 
Do not use block.io.
Fuck the site.
my blance was 10$. site want to sent 12$.. my balance is 12$.. site want 14$..

Really scam. 
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November 22, 2017, 03:45:38 PM
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my blance was 10$. site want to sent 12$.. my balance is 12$.. site want 14$..

Really scam. 

I know this is little bit old but I can confirm this. I already posted this in the german section.

Its like in the quote. If you have more money they will take rest of the money. I don't know why they do this.

I would say "Ok" if I have $15  balance and I pay 5 and they take 7.. but no they take all.. so they took $10 for the payment of $5.
In my opionen they "failed" in their fee calculation.

And why I can confirm it? I paid from coinbase to block.io and the fee was low. I used block.io API to start a mass payment to multiple address in ONE transaction. My fee preview showed me its under $2 (thats the API from block.io). Then I started to pay it. And suddently its rest of the btc gone. Yep block.io said $2 first and then they took all of the money for "fee" Huh Huh. I couldn't pay other customers because of this.

I do this since few month in the week multiple times. Suddently they started to take all of the balances.

I tried to contact them too but they do not reply. I was really going to pay the developer planging price of $99. So I am glad I didn't pay that.
Well I will never use block.io again.

I will just use software wallet - like the bitcoin-qt / bitcoind and make my own api on our server.
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November 22, 2017, 05:08:36 PM
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It seems to me that before you contact with such projects, you need to check their audit reports. Some companies are doing this quite successfully. Smiley
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November 22, 2017, 05:32:57 PM
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thats a huge fees Shocked Shocked Shocked why use bitcoin for very small payments?
Fixed if for you.

Bitcoin works great for large payments, savings, etc.

Bitcoin does not work for small payments - unless you are willing to wait for a long time (days) for your very small payment to get confirmed.
If you are transferring small, the fees are higher. Yes it is cheaper when dealing with larger payments.

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November 23, 2017, 11:23:29 PM
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It seems to me that before you contact with such projects, you need to check their audit reports. Some companies are doing this quite successfully. Smiley
Yea.This is very good decision. You said abot companies. What do you mean,do you know any?
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November 24, 2017, 12:37:14 PM
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It seems to me that before you contact with such projects, you need to check their audit reports. Some companies are doing this quite successfully. Smiley
Yea.This is very good decision. You said abot companies. What do you mean,do you know any?
Actually this looks like one piece of shit spam bot conversing with another piece of shit spam bot.  Fake "conversations" a new low.

We need to ban all paid signature campaigns in order to remove all financial motivation for this crap.

In fact, at this point, I would totally support just turning off all the signature functions.  No signatures anywhere.  No financial motivation.  Problem solved.  We get back to being a community of Bitcoin enthusiasts instead of a forum overrun by a total shit storm of fake posts.

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November 24, 2017, 02:45:47 PM
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It seems to me that before you contact with such projects, you need to check their audit reports. Some companies are doing this quite successfully. Smiley
Yea.This is very good decision. You said abot companies. What do you mean,do you know any?
Actually this looks like one piece of shit spam bot conversing with another piece of shit spam bot.  Fake "conversations" a new low.

We need to ban all paid signature campaigns in order to remove all financial motivation for this crap.

In fact, at this point, I would totally support just turning off all the signature functions.  No signatures anywhere.  No financial motivation.  Problem solved.  We get back to being a community of Bitcoin enthusiasts instead of a forum overrun by a total shit storm of fake posts.

You are absolutely wrong!

The scale of the scam among ICO is surprising. Over the past year alone, about 28,000 ICO projects have been created, and only a little more than 200 "have survived". Why are there no others? Because they simply steal money from investors. And in order to increase the transparency of ICO projects, they need to publish their audit reports so that investors are calm for the safety of their funds!

Good luck. Wink

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November 24, 2017, 02:50:38 PM
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Block.io  take my money.

I sent to my other btc address. But didnot go.

Support no answer.

And then Block.io block to me on site and facebook.

Please explain what is this??  0.01073 Btc lose.

https://blockchain.info/address/3Bikr4k84HLrXjTrF96ncx5uhyJZCpYRaP

my block.io adress 3Bikr4k84HLrXjTrF96ncx5uhyJZCpYRaP
my payeer adress  16WueuNiNxXi2utsv3uLELRrHXmdzoToJW

learn how work blockchain AND AFTER you can talk
you pay much fee and isnt scam

retard newbie
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November 24, 2017, 03:20:44 PM
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Did they publish audit reports?
If not, it certainly means that they have something to hide, and that they can at any time simply steal the money of investors ... Sad
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November 25, 2017, 11:06:24 AM
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Did they publish audit reports?
If not, it certainly means that they have something to hide, and that they can at any time simply steal the money of investors ... Sad
It's true!This really can show that ICO projects are honest and transparent.
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November 25, 2017, 03:00:30 PM
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These last three posts are also from the same group of "audit" spamming asshole socks.

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November 25, 2017, 03:45:44 PM
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Did they publish audit reports?
If not, it certainly means that they have something to hide, and that they can at any time simply steal the money of investors ... Sad
It's true!This really can show that ICO projects are honest and transparent.

I know that some companies, such as DARFChain, are already engaged in auditing ICO projects. You can see here: https://www.audit.darfchain.com/

Of cource. They predicted that Tezos is scam so long ago. I suppose these guys know how to end with scams... Wink
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November 25, 2017, 04:50:41 PM
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These last three posts are also from the same group of "audit" spamming asshole socks.
Man, if I'm interested in ICO scamming and auditing,and how we can fight it, this does not mean that it's spam Smiley
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November 25, 2017, 04:52:10 PM
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These last three posts are also from the same group of "audit" spamming asshole socks.
Hmm, really looks so, but what if people really want to know about their investments in ICO project? Idk, is this promoting or not and I didn't hear about project they are talking about, but I am quite agree with them about necessity of auditing ICO projects Smiley
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