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October 08, 2013, 07:03:52 AM
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Please help me with coinbase callback please.
Callback is sent only once at the time of transfer bitcoins. There 0 confirmations. More callback is not sent. How to make a callback at 6 confirmations? After all, with 0 meaning no evidence of enrollment to make money as bitcoins may never come. Support is not responsible

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October 10, 2013, 07:28:11 PM
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Please help me with coinbase callback please.
Callback is sent only once at the time of transfer bitcoins. There 0 confirmations. More callback is not sent. How to make a callback at 6 confirmations? After all, with 0 meaning no evidence of enrollment to make money as bitcoins may never come. Support is not responsible

I have had issues with Coinbase like this as well, they never admit it is their fault but I usually get callbacks around the 12th confirmation.

I would recommend using bitpay.com, they charge 1% (or as little as $30 a month + 0%) but they allow you to get a callback at 3 different levels, I believe something like 0, 3 or 6 confirms.

Coinbase payment processing is free, but you get what you pay for Wink

A better alternative would be to make RPC calls to a bitcoin daemon you control.

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October 11, 2013, 01:33:21 PM
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Please help me with coinbase callback please.
Callback is sent only once at the time of transfer bitcoins. There 0 confirmations. More callback is not sent. How to make a callback at 6 confirmations? After all, with 0 meaning no evidence of enrollment to make money as bitcoins may never come. Support is not responsible

I have had issues with Coinbase like this as well, they never admit it is their fault but I usually get callbacks around the 12th confirmation.

I would recommend using bitpay.com, they charge 1% (or as little as $30 a month + 0%) but they allow you to get a callback at 3 different levels, I believe something like 0, 3 or 6 confirms.

Coinbase payment processing is free, but you get what you pay for Wink

A better alternative would be to make RPC calls to a bitcoin daemon you control.
Thanks for the reply. Bitpay does not suit me. Coinbase send a callback immediately after payment (0 confirmations) and then do not send anything.

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October 11, 2013, 01:38:12 PM
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Why don't you use the BlockChain's API? Their callback fires every 10 minutes for a week and sends back how many confirms a transaction has. You can stop the callback by displaying "*ok*" on the callback page.

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October 13, 2013, 10:53:10 PM
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Please help me with coinbase callback please.
Callback is sent only once at the time of transfer bitcoins. There 0 confirmations. More callback is not sent. How to make a callback at 6 confirmations? After all, with 0 meaning no evidence of enrollment to make money as bitcoins may never come. Support is not responsible

I have had issues with Coinbase like this as well, they never admit it is their fault but I usually get callbacks around the 12th confirmation.

I would recommend using bitpay.com, they charge 1% (or as little as $30 a month + 0%) but they allow you to get a callback at 3 different levels, I believe something like 0, 3 or 6 confirms.

Coinbase payment processing is free, but you get what you pay for Wink

A better alternative would be to make RPC calls to a bitcoin daemon you control.
Thanks for the reply. Bitpay does not suit me. Coinbase send a callback immediately after payment (0 confirmations) and then do not send anything.

You can get the paid status here: https://coinbase.com/api/doc/1.0/transactions/show.html

Check if the payment is Pending or complete and proceed. I do know that complete is the status after 6-7 confirmations.

Alternatively, you can use blockchain.info or Bitcoin RPC itself to get this information nice and easy. No other site can be checked for Coinbase confirmations as Coinbase uses an offchain network.

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