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May 10, 2013, 12:53:53 PM
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The long waiting of reddit bitcointip bot to bitcointalk forum has come to an end.

Service is free to use at your own risk, as always.

Current supported currencies are: BTC, LTC, PPC and FTC

PM cadmium with the following commands on the subject:

sign up

info - to get deposit addresses, balance

cointip <username> <amount> <unit_currency> - examples
Code:
cointip cadmium 1 BTC
cointip cadmium 1 mLTC
cointip cadmium 1.22 uBTC
cointip cadmium 1 sBTC --- 1 satoshi
cointip cadmium 1.5 mPPC

withdraw <amount> <unit_currency> with the message body containing <your_receiving_address>

Tipping can also be in a post for example:

"Thanks for fixing my PHP script, +cointip John 0.25 btc . And thank you for such service +cointip cadmium 1 mPPC"

Then you have to pm cadmium with the subject of scan, the bot will scan your last 20 posts, and process tipping requests.

*Update: I just made the bot to crawl on its own for every 10 mins, so that you don't need to send the "scan" command. You can still send it though, if you don't want to wait.*

*Added a new command

subject masstip with the message body containing your cointip list - example

Code:
cointip memberA 1 BTC
cointip memberB 1 mLTC
cointip memberC 0.5 uPPC

Note

* Standard transaction fee will be subtracted from the withdrawing amount (currently BTC 0.0001, LTC 0.02, PPC 0.01, FTC 0.01).

* When request tipping, the tippee has an option to accept or reject (by following the instruction in the pm). Tip request will be expired after a week.
** Fund will be transferred at the point tippee chooses to accept. It will not be held by tip request.
** Which means you can tip 1 BTC to 10 people with your balance of 1 BTC. Whoever accepts first will take it.
** Or you can withdraw your fund before a tippee claims

* Required 3 confirms depositing BTC, 6 for LTC and PPC, 10 for FTC

* Don't feel guilty to tip someone with 1 uBTC or less because it does not get into the blockchain until withdrawal, which has to be more than transaction fee.

Disclaimer
* Still in gamma state, there could be some glitches although I'll try my best not to lose you fund.

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May 10, 2013, 03:09:49 PM
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Just to verify, I can tip anybody, even if they haven't signed up?

Nice job working on the script though! You deserve a bounty! I recently talked about a bitcointip bot, and this is the best method to do it without modifying the form directly. My only concerns are:

How do we verify you won't just run away with our Bitcoin once we deposit them?
What ensures your bot will be online 24/7?
Is the bot hosted, or is it a simple script running on your computer?
If it does run from your computer, is it on 24/7?
If whatever hosts the script is down when a tip request is sent and the scan command has been sent, will the scan be processed when the script comes back online? (Make sure you have a verification system so that the bot itself knows when a tip was sent, as that will prevent tip duplication from the script being offline.)

Off-Topic: And the blockchain bloat has begun!


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May 10, 2013, 05:04:24 PM
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> Just to verify, I can tip anybody, even if they haven't signed up?

Tipee does not have to sign up. Once he accepts a tip request, he'll be signed up automatically, and be able to withdraw to his personal addresses, or he can use it to tip other members.

> How do we verify you won't just run away with our Bitcoin once we deposit them?

I don't have a good answer, but I do believe in Karma.

> What ensures your bot will be online 24/7?
> Is the bot hosted, or is it a simple script running on your computer?
> If it does run from your computer, is it on 24/7?

It's running on one of my servers, with a system to backup db and wallets in case the host is screwed up.
I also have thought to give the private keys back to the users, in case stuff hits fan.

>If whatever hosts the script is down when a tip request is sent and the scan command has been sent, will the scan be processed when the script comes back >online? (Make sure you have a verification system so that the bot itself knows when a tip was sent, as that will prevent tip duplication from the script being >offline.)

Yes. And to prevent duplication, it stores records of post-id that it has processed.

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May 10, 2013, 08:37:37 PM
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Great. I love this. Smiley +cointip cadmium 2000 uBTC

Do we get a confirmation and how often are the posts crawled?

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May 10, 2013, 11:04:19 PM
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> Just to verify, I can tip anybody, even if they haven't signed up?

Tipee does not have to sign up. Once he accepts a tip request, he'll be signed up automatically, and be able to withdraw to his personal addresses, or he can use it to tip other members.

> How do we verify you won't just run away with our Bitcoin once we deposit them?

I don't have a good answer, but I do believe in Karma.

> What ensures your bot will be online 24/7?
> Is the bot hosted, or is it a simple script running on your computer?
> If it does run from your computer, is it on 24/7?

It's running on one of my servers, with a system to backup db and wallets in case the host is screwed up.
I also have thought to give the private keys back to the users, in case stuff hits fan.

>If whatever hosts the script is down when a tip request is sent and the scan command has been sent, will the scan be processed when the script comes back >online? (Make sure you have a verification system so that the bot itself knows when a tip was sent, as that will prevent tip duplication from the script being >offline.)

Yes. And to prevent duplication, it stores records of post-id that it has processed.

Karma.... other than that it looks like your system is really set. If you do scam, word flies here lol. Try setting up a reputation thread on the Off-Topic board as people use your tip service, but other than that it's solid! Nice work! I'll use it.

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May 11, 2013, 01:36:34 AM
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Great. I love this. Smiley +cointip cadmium 2000 uBTC

Do we get a confirmation and how often are the posts crawled?

you have to pm scan command to me, since the bot only crawls on that order.

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May 11, 2013, 02:36:43 AM
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test

+cointip cadmium 10 uPPC
+cointip dexX7 10 uPPC
+cointip jaywaka2713 10 uPPC

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May 11, 2013, 02:40:09 AM
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test

+cointip cadmium 10 uPPC
+cointip dexX7 10 uPPC
+cointip jaywaka2713 10 uPPC

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Accepted, waiting for response.

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May 11, 2013, 02:41:23 AM
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Another concern. What if we quote a tip like I did above. If I sent the scan command, would it see me as the originating source of those tips, now that I have quoted them? That would be something that would need to be fixed.

Accepted the tip. Never received PPC before too! I'll make a VirCurEx wallet for it. Waiting for confirmation.

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May 11, 2013, 02:42:25 AM
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Just to be clear:

  • If I quote someone who has tipped someone, then send "scan", will cointip accidentally believe I meant to tip?
  • If I accidentally scan the same post twice, will cointip tip the poster twice?
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May 11, 2013, 02:43:36 AM
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Deposit addresses

btc: 193RSpbYAscnVj6kVuuLFyNydaNgq6Z4HH
ltc: LaGTjG3B73UEK8U8rhTyq8RLCffiSztCgv
ppc: PBMA5b2aKMWk7HkCjHbDZGWCaMDyya2WhE

Balances (avalable/almost available)

btc: 0 satoshi BTC/0 satoshi BTC
ltc: 0 satoshi LTC/0 satoshi LTC
ppc: 10.00 uPPC/10.00 uPPC

Got your tip! Thanks! The bot works!

Just to be clear:

  • If I quote someone who has tipped someone, then send "scan", will cointip accidentally believe I meant to tip?
  • If I accidentally scan the same post twice, will cointip tip the poster twice?

I also want an answer to question 1. For question 2, the scan will verify to itself that tips are sent, so they won't be double tipped. Hence the idtip.

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May 11, 2013, 11:14:51 AM
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test

+cointip cadmium 10 uPPC
+cointip dexX7 10 uPPC
+cointip jaywaka2713 10 uPPC

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Received. Thank you, dear ser! Smiley

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May 11, 2013, 12:34:49 PM
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Another concern. What if we quote a tip like I did above. If I sent the scan command, would it see me as the originating source of those tips, now that I have quoted them? That would be something that would need to be fixed.

Accepted the tip. Never received PPC before too! I'll make a VirCurEx wallet for it. Waiting for confirmation.

Good catch. I definitely overlooked the issue. It is fixed as the scan command will not go into quote. +cointip has to be outside of any div relating tags.

These should be skipped.

test

+cointip cadmium 10 uPPC
+cointip dexX7 10 uPPC
+cointip jaywaka2713 10 uPPC

 Smiley

Accepted, waiting for response.

The followings should go through.

+cointip jaywaka2713 77 uBTC
+cointip  dree12 77 uBTC

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What does this mean?

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Failed to accept idtip=0d32f632803465d0518e0505a7016d79 because unauthorized accept . You may try again when the issue is resolved.
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What does this mean?

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Failed to accept idtip=0d32f632803465d0518e0505a7016d79 because unauthorized accept . You may try again when the issue is resolved.

crap. That's from my typo and a bug parsing your name as " dree12". Fixed.

bear with me. Try again:

+cointip     dree12      88    uBTC

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The followings should go through.

+cointip jaywaka2713 77 uBTC
+cointip  dree12 77 uBTC


Your tip went through regardless of the quote. So quoted tips won't be processed by scan! This thing is bug-free so far! Nice work!

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May 11, 2013, 09:26:49 PM
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hate to be a nay sayer, but what's in this for you? I would trust your service more if you charged a small fee.

This post sums up why all this bullshit is a scam
Read It. Hate It. Change the facts that it represents.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1606638.msg16139644#msg16139644
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I have a mission to make this cointip bot available in a few forums, expand its functionalities, if things go well. +cointip billotronic 30uBTC

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May 12, 2013, 07:59:17 AM
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This is so cool! Would cointip you, but I'm a poor codercat. Tongue
Signed up!

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+cointip cadmium 0.01 uBTC

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+cointip cadmium 0.01 uBTC

This is awesome! Signed up Smiley

Time to get tipping Tongue

EDIT: Small typo with "available" in the sign up PM


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thanks, will fix.

+cointip whiskers75 3 uPPC
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Also, mind having an option to denominate in standard BTC? Smiley
Thanks for the uPPC!
EDIT: Source code? Pleeease? Cheesy If this was open source, you'd get lots of contributions Smiley

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Also, mind having an option to denominate in standard BTC? Smiley
Thanks for the uPPC!
EDIT: Source code? Pleeease? Cheesy If this was open source, you'd get lots of contributions Smiley


You can denominate in standard BTC. just tip with 1 BTC

Also open source would be nice. Everything here is open source. Note, whiskers75, that you couldn't modify it for use here as it will conflict with his bot.

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Also, mind having an option to denominate in standard BTC? Smiley
Thanks for the uPPC!
EDIT: Source code? Pleeease? Cheesy If this was open source, you'd get lots of contributions Smiley


If someone ever tips a whole BTC, I will eat my shoe. Especially if it happened to me, lol.

+cointip whiskers75 1 sPPC

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Also, mind having an option to denominate in standard BTC? Smiley
Thanks for the uPPC!
EDIT: Source code? Pleeease? Cheesy If this was open source, you'd get lots of contributions Smiley


If someone ever tips a whole BTC, I will eat my shoe. Especially if it happened to me, lol.

+cointip whiskers75 1 sPPC
Thanks, and +1 Smiley
Edit: PM scan to cadmium, as this doesn't seem to have gone through.

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Thanks, done Smiley

+cointip whiskers75 8 sPPC

Also, moobot sucks. You know what i'm talking about. :c MADE ME LOSE 12 MBTC BLEH


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Hey, this isn't the CoinChat thread! Smiley

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+cointip whiskers75 2.99 uPPC

Moar free moneh

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I've been using this bot in my posts and via PM to cadmium and so far have no issues. This thing works great. All we need now is more altcoin support. It would be cool if an applet could be provided where we could submit code to add to the bot to add various currencies with final approval from Cadmium. Takes the work off of him.

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I'm in the process of revamping my code. I'll make sure to make it easy and efficient to add new currencies, right now it's not quite ready.

However, the real issue holding me back from adding 20 currencies, is each altcoind deamon takes about 300M memory, bitcoind alone sits between 500m-1.2g. The current machine could safely support more 5 coins max. Also, it's not easy to pick which to support, because it's too funny that new coin is born everyday.

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I'm in the process of revamping my code. I'll make sure to make it easy and efficient to add new currencies, right now it's not quite ready.

However, the real issue holding me back from adding 20 currencies, is each altcoind deamon takes about 300M memory, bitcoind alone sits between 500m-1.2g. The current machine could safely support more 5 coins max. Also, it's not easy to pick which to support, because it's too funny that new coin is born everyday.

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That is so true. I would start with the older coins and test having BTC, LTC, PPC, DVC, and TRC together. Also look into getting your script onto a server.

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Also, mind having an option to denominate in standard BTC? Smiley
Thanks for the uPPC!
EDIT: Source code? Pleeease? Cheesy If this was open source, you'd get lots of contributions Smiley

source code is coming, it's just yet ready. There are frontend which has to be built per site and the backend. I don't think the frontend will work right away with other SMF boards, since they can be configured in different ways. The backend supports multiple sites, user wallet can be shared between sites.

I have envisioned the bot enters those karma-matter-communities, such as torrent sites, piratebay. These frontends should point to a centralize backend, so that we can do other interesting things about it, like coin exchange (Imagine people getting junk coins and want to convert to BTC, vise versa).

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Also, mind having an option to denominate in standard BTC? Smiley
Thanks for the uPPC!
EDIT: Source code? Pleeease? Cheesy If this was open source, you'd get lots of contributions Smiley

source code is coming, it's just yet ready. There are frontend which has to be built per site and the backend. I don't think the frontend will work right away with other SMF boards, since they can be configured in different ways. The backend supports multiple sites, user wallet can be shared between sites.

I have envisioned the bot enters those karma-matter-communities, such as torrent sites, piratebay. These frontends should point to a centralize backend, so that we can do other interesting things about it, like coin exchange (Imagine people getting junk coins and want to convert to BTC, vise versa).

Woahh buddy you got good vision ahead of you, but one step at a time. Sounds like you plan on taking this far though. Great work.

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Also, mind having an option to denominate in standard BTC? Smiley
Thanks for the uPPC!
EDIT: Source code? Pleeease? Cheesy If this was open source, you'd get lots of contributions Smiley

source code is coming, it's just yet ready. There are frontend which has to be built per site and the backend. I don't think the frontend will work right away with other SMF boards, since they can be configured in different ways. The backend supports multiple sites, user wallet can be shared between sites.

I have envisioned the bot enters those karma-matter-communities, such as torrent sites, piratebay. These frontends should point to a centralize backend, so that we can do other interesting things about it, like coin exchange (Imagine people getting junk coins and want to convert to BTC, vise versa).
Nice!

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+cointip cadmium 5 PPC
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you have to pm "scan" to me, the bot won't crawl on its own

Thanks for the big tip ! Roll Eyes

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+cointip cadmium 0.01 PPC
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If you're going to implement a new coin, make it DVC/DevCoin ^_^

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I made the bot automatically scans every 10 mins(for now), so that you don't have to send "scan" command after leaving the +cointip in your post, although if you want to have it scan right away, you can still send the command to trigger it.

DevCoin is not edible. Grin +cointip DiamondCardz 10uBTC

Hope it works..

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+cointip cadmium 0.1 PPC
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Great Smiley
I hope it's possible to implement a verify, so people can recognize a legit tip instantly.
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I made the bot automatically scans every 10 mins(for now), so that you don't have to send "scan" command after leaving the +cointip in your post, although if you want to have it scan right away, you can still send the command to trigger it.

DevCoin is not edible. Grin +cointip DiamondCardz 10uBTC

Hope it works..

It worked, even though it only tipped me 9.99 uBTC xD

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Great Smiley
I hope it's possible to implement a verify, so people can recognize a legit tip instantly.

It won't happen - theymos said that he doesn't want threads to be spammed with verify messages.

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Also, the tx fee is 0.0001 now I believe for BTC Smiley

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that 9.99 thing could be just a display bug, it's in my list to investigate it.

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nice, where did you get that

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It won't happen - theymos said that he doesn't want threads to be spammed with verify messages.

Right. I did implement it though, it should be turned on on other future forums, if mods are cool with it.

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It won't happen - theymos said that he doesn't want threads to be spammed with verify messages.

Right. I did implement it though, it should be turned on on other future forums, if mods are cool with it.

Hmm, maybe it would be possible to have the verify in the post with the tip instead?
But I guess that would need some changes in the board software to show this e.g. directly attached to the post.
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Yea I don't see how to implement verify without getting banned, although I could provide the log for who tip who by editing one of my posts in this thread.

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btc withdraw transaction fee has been adjusted to 0.0001 thanks to 8.2

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btc withdraw transaction fee has been adjusted to 0.0001 thanks to 8.2

Yay  Cheesy

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Cadmium I would suggest in the near future actual tip transfers to once per hour cycles. Because of the new micro payment limitations, small tips are no longer possible. When someone tips, actually show their "theoretical balance" even though they may not have their Bitcoin yet. Once every hour, you should transfer tips from everyone's wallets (if any tips at all) using the sendmany (i think thats correct) command. Keeps your tx low, and circumvents the micro payment restrictions. Also reduces network strain of your host that runs the bot.

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It's using shared wallet. When tipping, it uses "move" command to move amount from account to account, which I believe, it's internal, never broadcasted to the network.

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It's using shared wallet. When tipping, it uses "move" command to move amount from account to account, which I believe, it's internal, never broadcasted to the network.

OK thats even better. I just recommend only sending withdrawals once every hour.

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yea, thanks, that's interesting idea indeed, I'll research on the sendmany command.

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Great project, maybe the bot can verify tips by repling?
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Great project, maybe the bot can verify tips by repling?

That will might put extra load on server. (If it gets popular, which it will  Cheesy)


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+cointip cadmium 2 mBTC

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Is there any inbox limit? like 1000/3000 messages etc?

If yes, cadmium need to clear his inbox frequently.


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thanks. I'm aware of that, messages will be deleted immediately after processed. In fact, if you pm me anything else besides the valid commands, I'll keep them in my log and delete them.

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thanks. I'm aware of that, messages will be deleted immediately after processed. In fact, if you pm me anything else besides the valid commands, I'll keep them in my log and delete them.


That's great man.

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Great project, maybe the bot can verify tips by repling?

It doesn't need to verify tips as it won't send them in the first place something is wrong. Maybe cadmium could add a verify command that PMs you the confirmation if you use the flag though.

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Then you have to pm cadmium with the subject of scan, the bot will scan your last 20 posts, and process tipping requests.

*Update: I just made the bot to crawl on its own for every 10 mins, so that you don't need to send the "scan" command. You can still send it though, if you don't want to wait.*


I tried but scan option didn't worked. I am also wondering if you send tip to person A and then after few minutes tip to person B using scan option. It will might send payment to person A again.

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Then you have to pm cadmium with the subject of scan, the bot will scan your last 20 posts, and process tipping requests.

*Update: I just made the bot to crawl on its own for every 10 mins, so that you don't need to send the "scan" command. You can still send it though, if you don't want to wait.*


I tried but scan option didn't worked. I am also wondering if you send tip to person A and then after few minutes tip to person B using scan option. It will might send payment to person A again.

That has been tested and was never an issue. It logs tips so they don't double tip

Also can you add DigitalCoin? It's getting really big.

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That has been tested and was never an issue. It logs tips so they don't double tip

Also can you add DigitalCoin? It's getting really big.

Well i don't know but i tried to tip cadmium and sent scan command several times, it didn't sent anything.


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strange, let me test it,

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strange, let me test it,

+cointip escrow.ms 5 sPPC
+cointip cadmium 4 sPPC

I accepted tip but didn't got.

i'll try now.


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Balances (available/almost available)

btc: 3.00000 mBTC/3.00000 mBTC
ltc: 0 satoshi LTC/0 satoshi LTC
ppc: 0 satoshi PPC/0 satoshi PPC

Finally it worked.  Cheesy

@cadmium Looks like you didn't accepted tip before.


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hm.. aren't you supposed to have 5 satoshi PPC ?

something seems strange to me.
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hm.. aren't you supposed to have 5 satoshi PPC ?

something seems strange to me.

Well yeah as i have sent "accept" command but don't know why i didn't got tip.

@cadmium commands are case sensitive?

I tried to  sent accept command again.

I got this

"Failed to accept idtip=0d32f632803465d0518e0505a703277e because tip was claimed . You may try again when the issue is resolved."


But in info it's still showing 0 Balance


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not sensitive,

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Tip Accepted but again showing 0 bal. Looks like there is some problem with ppc.

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ok, it looks like satoshi tipping does not work, probably floating point bug, it will be fixed soon.

the following should work

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ok, it looks like satoshi tipping does not work, probably floating point bug, it will be fixed soon.

Don't use floating points, it is best to do all calculations in integers then have it string formated out 8 points.

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ok, it looks like satoshi tipping does not work, probably floating point bug, it will be fixed soon.

the following should work

+cointip romerun 3 uPPC
+cointip escrow.ms 2 uPPC

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Great work  Wink

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 Wink

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Great work  Wink

Indeed

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Thanks all for help testing !

That has been tested and was never an issue. It logs tips so they don't double tip

Also can you add DigitalCoin? It's getting really big.

Never heard. I might add it in the next release along with other few coins.

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@cadmium

If you want to write tip for different peoples, does bot sends pm to all at same time?
If yes, it can use used to do contest/giveaways like

" Post your entries, I will send money. First one to accept it will win "


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@cadmium

If you want to write tip for different peoples, does bot sends pm to all at same time?
If yes, it can use used to do contest/giveaways like

" Post your entries, I will send money. First one to accept it will win "



Not the same time because I have to wait for at least 20 sec to send pm after pm, but if you have a pretty large amount you can say the first 20 to accept, the pm delay should not have a lot of effect.

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http://www.smfhacks.com/hacks/039Buy-Me-A-Beer039-Mod.html

Theymos could also look into modifying this plugin for bitcoin payment. Just eliminate the Paypal gateway code and replace it with a bitcoin:bitcoinaddress type link. Works great.

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Very cool, nice work.

Would be great if you had a verification option, so another account would post below verifying that the send was successful and legitimate.

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Very cool, nice work.

Would be great if you had a verification option, so another account would post below verifying that the send was successful and legitimate.

Theymos specifically said he did not want this (a bot posting messages such as that on threads) to ever happen.

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Very cool, nice work.

Would be great if you had a verification option, so another account would post below verifying that the send was successful and legitimate.

Theymos specifically said he did not want this (a bot posting messages such as that on threads) to ever happen.

This specifically doesn't post on threads. Read the first post.

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Very cool, nice work.

Would be great if you had a verification option, so another account would post below verifying that the send was successful and legitimate.

Theymos specifically said he did not want this (a bot posting messages such as that on threads) to ever happen.

This specifically doesn't post on threads. Read the first post.

Fully aware of that, I was replying to Stunna's post >_>

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Very cool, nice work.

Would be great if you had a verification option, so another account would post below verifying that the send was successful and legitimate.

Theymos specifically said he did not want this (a bot posting messages such as that on threads) to ever happen.

This specifically doesn't post on threads. Read the first post.

Fully aware of that, I was replying to Stunna's post >_>

Oh sorry, I was saying that to Stunna. Quoted the wrong post. Sorry bro.

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June 21, 2013, 12:50:44 PM
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Dang this seems awesome Shocked . I'm going to signup right now. Good luck on adding new features if you're planning to. BTW, could you make a command like 'masspay'? As in the subject is masspay or something similar and the body is all the tips you want to send to different people. I might set up a faucet using your system then.

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you can do that right now, just put the list of tips in the post body

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you can do that right now, just put the list of tips in the post body
I don't think theymos would like me spamming these kind of posts.

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ah I see what you mean.

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ah I see what you mean.
So any plans about it? You could make a small fee for a certain amounts of transactions maybe?

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It's coming. Give me a day or two.

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It's coming. Give me a day or two.
Yay.  Cheesy Be sure to post when it's done and take your time - it's better later than sooner with bugs.

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June 23, 2013, 06:54:30 PM
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done. It goes with "masstip" on the subject with the body containing the tip list.

Also I looked into the tiny satoshi tipping problem, it only occurs in PPC.

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done. It goes with "masstip" on the subject with the body containing the tip list.

Also I looked into the tiny satoshi tipping problem, it only occurs in PPC.
Thanks. Will get to developing the faucet.

EDIT: Should I do 1 tip per line or how? I think it would be best if you gave an example on the OP if that's not to much of a trouble.

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per line is good. It will just scan message body and grab those "cointip ...." just like scanning post.

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btw FTC is supported

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June 24, 2013, 04:11:29 PM
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Done. The faucet powered by cointip bot link is Sharecoin.tk. Thanks to you cadmium.

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June 24, 2013, 04:32:37 PM
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Why does it say this:
Balances (available/almost available)
btc: 100.00 uBTC/100.00 uBTC

I didn't deposit twice. Huh.

EDIT: I sent you a tip of 10 uBTC and then requested info. Here's what I got.

Balances (available/almost available)

btc: 90.01 uBTC/90.01 uBTC

There's 2 weird things I see:

1. The fact that I sent you 10 uBTC not 9.99 uBTC s the info states.
2. Available/almost available are the same and change in the same way.

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good job on the faucet  Shocked

first issue, is the ui bug as I did not clear the pending amount after it has more than the required confirmations,

the second one is probably a bug somewhere relating to dealing with some specific tiny amounts like 10u, which I'm going to look into.. I believe 8u,9u works though, it's so weird.

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both issues are fixed. sigh.  Grin

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Great work!

Looks like it's working great now!

Keep up the good work! Smiley

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June 28, 2013, 09:47:39 PM
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I've been trying to use this to receive a payment for a few days.  I've recived a notice that I got my payment, but when I "ACCEPT" all i get is "Failed to accept idtip=xxxx because unauthorized accept"
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Did i type ACCEPT wrong?  I'm not finding much documentation or other info anywhere to figure this out.. so any help appreciated.
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It was a bug on case sensitivity on username. Please try again, it should work now.

(He tipped p239, not P239, and the bot was confused.)

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Woo hoo! New features!
Great job on the bot, cadmium. Smiley

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Do you have any error prevention, or error rollback stuff in the works?

What if I wanted to send 1.01 Bitcoins to cadmium, but I type 10.1 instead. How would I get them back?

Maybe you could implement a safety mode where a user has to specifically put there account in. Once in safety mode, you get a confirmation message sent to you before the tip is actually executed.

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well, todo: user should be able to see the tipping log, and able to cancel tip requests.

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I have a few questions, would it be best to post them here or send you a PM?
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post here, pm is crowded with bot messages.

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This is quite an impressive little script you have going. I had no idea about it until I got tipped earlier on.  Needs to be made more public! Shout it from the roof tops haha

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Really nice script!

Thanks got my first tip:
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ltc: LWdJV8tzd6Y2XS8ozpCBYimM8WYq4XbNNT
ppc: PWPpnhHfMqAcW6V7HqHZgCY9yx5TFMQGqA
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btc: 1.00 uBTC/0 satoshi BTC
ltc: 0 satoshi LTC/0 satoshi LTC
ppc: 0 satoshi PPC/0 satoshi PPC
ftc: 0 satoshi FTC/0 satoshi FTC
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I'm a noob and trying to figure thus out. When I try to do a withdraw I get an error saying:

Failed to withdraw: cannot withdraw more than transaction fee which is 10000 satoshi BTC

What am I doing wrong? Thanks for your help. This is a very cool script you have  Wink

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you'll need to have more than 0.0001 BTC (100 uBTC) to withdraw, since we have to pay for the network transaction fee of that amount just to send the coins to your wallet.

and of course, the fee will be subtracted from the final amount that you will receive.

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I see said the blind man....... Thank you!

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yay 100 satoshi down, several thousands to go Smiley

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I think this service would get a lot more use if there were a nice sticky about it somewhere. Maybe in the main bitcoin discussion forum for most exposure.

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I have 5400 satoshi BTC, how much do I need before I can withdraw? Or even how do I withdraw.

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you'll need more than 0.0001 BTC or 10000 satoshi, which is the current bitcoin transaction fee, in order to withdraw.

checkout the first post of the thread for all detail.

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I think the LTC tx fee is 0.02 LTC now.

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I think the LTC tx fee is 0.02 LTC now.

adjusted. Thanks!

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Damn, this is a really awesome script. Well done dude!

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command sent to get my coins information, but no response.
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command sent to get my coins information, but no response.

Don't you see: cadmium is offline thus the bot is offline too.

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bot is back, sorry for inconvenience

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December 03, 2013, 06:02:42 AM
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ask

i must deposit to use this ?

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December 22, 2013, 07:54:35 PM
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I hope it's possible to implement a verify, so people can recognize a legit tip instantly.  Smiley
The bot is offline and probably away.

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February 16, 2015, 12:53:18 PM
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Sorry to resurrect this, but I haven't found any other threads on BTCT that discuss this topic.

Did this forum tipbot ever get expanded to use other forums?

Does anyone know how this one works behind-the-scenes?  Did it require the installation of a plugin by the forum Admin, or does it operate completely independently of BTCT?

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February 16, 2015, 02:03:29 PM
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Sorry to resurrect this, but I haven't found any other threads on BTCT that discuss this topic.

Did this forum tipbot ever get expanded to use other forums?

Does anyone know how this one works behind-the-scenes?  Did it require the installation of a plugin by the forum Admin, or does it operate completely independently of BTCT?


I used the bot for some time as it was quite a nice idea, for small amount anyway.

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Does anyone know how this one works behind-the-scenes?
The backend was the user  and owner of the bot "cadmium" running some sort of script that would take input via PM (PMing with the required format noted in the thread) and send the output back via PM. He'd also scan the forum for posts of participating users and attribute tips if you tipped him.

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Did it require the installation of a plugin by the forum Admin, or does it operate completely independently of BTCT?
Neither a plugin, nor completely independently. It was based by PM and the user/bot remaing online 24/7. As you can see, sadly, he no longer is.

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