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July 31, 2011, 10:09:06 PM
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hi guys

I was on a website( trusted site from wiki) that I could earn 0,001 BitCoin if I watch one ADD

Now I copied my BITCOIN ADRESS Key and posted it to this site! It said that the BitCoins should arrive on my wallet!

1 WHOLE DAY gone I still didnt got my BITCOINS :..(

ON http://blockexplorer.com I see my API Key and I see that it has been sent but why the Hell can't I see my BitCOins?Huh

Does that mean the BitCoins lost?

I want to sell some things for bitcoins NOW I fear that its useless when the system is THAT buggy >____<

Sincerelly
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July 31, 2011, 10:30:06 PM
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Your client hasn't processed the block chain yet.  We are currently on 139,025.

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July 31, 2011, 10:37:20 PM
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   Block 138791 (2011-07-30 13:43:48)
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August 01, 2011, 10:17:09 AM
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Be sure to forward port 8333 to the client to speed up the process of downloading the blockchain.  I ran a test with Bitcoin Faucet when I found out about bitcoin and was wondering about the same thing for several hours.  After port forwarding, I saw the transaction in 5 minutes.  The P2P algorithm seems to favor those with an open port 8333 for newer data because then it can propagate to others (think bittorrent needing an open port to upload, so your download speed goes up in relation to your upload speed because seeders know if they send you data, it will then get to others faster as well)

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