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September 04, 2017, 05:52:30 AM
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I believe in a saying "Honestly is the best policy."
We should always tell the truth, even when it seems as if it would be useful to tell a lie. Those sayings or proverbs could make the world a better place than you know. If that would happen to me honestly I will send it back to the sender address but I have to wait 24 hours for any confirmations and verifications about payments from campaigns but if the ammount is not matched with the campaign payment or any activities I participated that is the time to send it back to the sender address. Even though I need money because I am a less fortunate and unemployed I will still return the ammount. But if somebody accidentally sent 1 satoshi to my BTC address I would rather say thank you for sending that ammount because fees are higher than the said ammount. What I mean is that as long as the BTC sent to my addresses can handle the fees then it is possible for me to send it back. Grin How about you guys?


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September 04, 2017, 06:01:24 AM
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Yes, I will return the bitcoins if someone accidentally sends me; it could be happen with me also and that would be really sad.

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September 04, 2017, 06:09:41 AM
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you shouldn't actually do something like that for a couple of reasons.
1. accidents never happen with bitcoin. if you are trying to pay an address like 1AddressABC and accidentally change 1 letter to another (eg. 1AddressABX) it will be an invalid bitcoin address not someone else's address. so if you received some bitcoin you may have deserved it, it may be a give away, a payment you forgot,....

2. sender may no longer posses the address he sent the coins to you from. for whatever reason, deleting the wallet, or even sending from a place like coinbase or something like that which doesn't send from the owners address but from website's

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September 04, 2017, 06:14:57 AM
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Honestly if someone accidentally sent bitcoins to my address I will return it to the senders address specially if its a huge amount because I don't own or work for that. I only use money that I work for and if I use someones money to buy my needs I'll make sure to bring it back. Always remember that karma exist.

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September 04, 2017, 06:15:27 AM
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It is nearly impossible to send to the wrong wallet by accident.

If 1AAAAAbbbbbbbbbCCCCdddd is a valid address, then similiar ones like
1AAAAAbbbbbbbbbCCCCddde
1AAAAAbbbbbbbbbCCCCddd
1AAAAAbbbbbbbbbCCCCddddd

will not be valid addresses, and a client won't even be able to send to them.

However, it's still an interesting thought experiment. Also, it could arise where you have 2 addresses in your address book and send to one by accident instead of the other, and need to contact that individual to get it back. I would hope most would send back in this instance given that being in your address book, they've conducted transactions with you before.

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September 04, 2017, 06:17:45 AM
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If you want to help Bitcoin look good in the publics eyes then yes definitely.

It's always getting a bad name so best not to add to it. But would most likely minus out the transaction fee.
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September 04, 2017, 06:24:22 AM
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It is nearly impossible to send to the wrong wallet by accident.

If 1AAAAAbbbbbbbbbCCCCdddd is a valid address, then similiar ones like
1AAAAAbbbbbbbbbCCCCddde
1AAAAAbbbbbbbbbCCCCddd
1AAAAAbbbbbbbbbCCCCddddd

will not be valid addresses, and a client won't even be able to send to them.

However, it's still an interesting thought experiment. Also, it could arise where you have 2 addresses in your address book and send to one by accident instead of the other, and need to contact that individual to get it back. I would hope most would send back in this instance given that being in your address book, they've conducted transactions with you before.

No it's not. In a previous signature campaign, the campaign manager paid me twice, because he copy and pasted the wrong address. I send the payment back to him and he send me a added bonus to cover my transaction fees and for being honest enough to do that.

Things like this is possible and when it happens you just have to swap the hats and think how you would feel if that happened to you. ^hmmmmm^

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September 04, 2017, 06:27:05 AM
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It is nearly impossible to send to the wrong wallet by accident.

If 1AAAAAbbbbbbbbbCCCCdddd is a valid address, then similiar ones like
1AAAAAbbbbbbbbbCCCCddde
1AAAAAbbbbbbbbbCCCCddd
1AAAAAbbbbbbbbbCCCCddddd

will not be valid addresses, and a client won't even be able to send to them.

However, it's still an interesting thought experiment. Also, it could arise where you have 2 addresses in your address book and send to one by accident instead of the other, and need to contact that individual to get it back. I would hope most would send back in this instance given that being in your address book, they've conducted transactions with you before.

No it's not. In a previous signature campaign, the campaign manager paid me twice, because he copy and pasted the wrong address. I send the payment back to him and he send me a added bonus to cover my transaction fees and for being honest enough to do that.

Things like this is possible and when it happens you just have to swap the hats and think how you would feel if that happened to you. ^hmmmmm^

That would fall under the 2nd scenario I described, someone who copied and pasted or had something in an address book of someone they already dealt with Smiley Glad you were honest, I think most of us would be honest in that situation (95%?)

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September 04, 2017, 06:27:35 AM
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i think it depends on how big the amount is. If it is very big, i will be tempted to keep it myself haha
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September 04, 2017, 06:33:37 AM
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Well no one will answer this question honestly in my opinion. The best option is always to return back, but it all depends on the amount a person has received by accident and the scenario that person is in. If its 1000 btc, the person will be tempted to disappear cuz that will be a life changing amount for him, especially if he is in bad times. So there are multiple things involved here leading to a decision. It's not a simple yes or no answer imo. 
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September 04, 2017, 06:40:28 AM
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Yes I would do it then, I know how it feels when you've got something and then lost it suddenly.

And I do believe in this thing, "In every action there's always an equal and opposite reaction." In so many case, it's also impossible for someone send btc to a wrong receiving address.

i think it depends on how big the amount is. If it is very big, i will be tempted to keep it myself haha
Even if so, I'll just send it automatically back to the original address.

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September 04, 2017, 06:50:23 AM
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Of course, i will sent it back because it is not for me and i don't own those bitcoins so i will send it back to the person that deserve those bitcoins and it doesn't matter for me if it is a huge amount of bitcoin or small. As long as it is not for me or i don't own it then i will not keep it that is what i always remember and it is better to stay with the things that i have rather than getting beautiful things in a bad way.

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Keep in mind that sometimes there is no "sender address", and bitcoins sent back to an exchange may not automatically be credited to the account that sent them.

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September 04, 2017, 07:26:01 AM
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Well no i will not return the bitcoin to sender but the occurrence of receiving bitcoins from not for you is rare. why would i do that? because it might a payment you forgot and if that was wrong sent bitcoin then contact me i will send it back then he/she doesn't contact me then the bitcoins is mine

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September 04, 2017, 07:32:59 AM
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Yes I would, it wasn't mine in the first place so why would I not return it. If it happens to me I would expect the other person to return it back if that person is honest but if not then I can't do much anything about it too.


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September 04, 2017, 07:37:29 AM
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i think it depends on how big the amount is. If it is very big, i will be tempted to keep it myself haha
Even if so, I'll just send it automatically back to the original address.

do NOT do this.
i know you are trying to be honest and pay back what doesn't belong to you but as others said the address may not even belong to the sender so you both will lose the coins!

next time you withdraw from an exchange or a gambling site or your coinbase wallet if you have any of these, check the sending addresses and you can understand why we say do Not do it. the sending address does not belong to the sender.

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September 04, 2017, 08:01:05 AM
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I do not have any obligation to return any missent  bitcoin to my address so I won't. Unless someone can contact me and verify the address belongs to him and that amount of coins was wrongfully sent to my address.

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September 04, 2017, 08:01:52 AM
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yes, I will return the bitcoin to those who have error in sending bitcoin. but I need to know who sent the bitcoin to me. usually the person is pm me so i know if something goes wrong at the time of delivery. if not tell me then i can not find out who is giving bitcoin. there was an error when the sending was common because bitcoin address code is so complicated that we could have errors in sending bitcoins

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Would you like if you accidentally sent someone money and they refused to return it even knowing it was an accident? Look, it could be tempting to keep it and I am sure LOTS of people would... probably most, in fact. However, no one wants this to happen to them therefore you should not do it to others either. "The Golden Rule". Make sense?



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