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November 12, 2014, 06:25:00 PM
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I really hope the owner is legitimately unable to tend to his business at the moment, and plans on paying out. It just seems strange that he would post a message saying he's about to process payments and then not come back for a week.

Regardless it would be nice if he gave us all an update.



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November 12, 2014, 11:56:05 PM
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I really hope the owner is legitimately unable to tend to his business at the moment, and plans on paying out. It just seems strange that he would post a message saying he's about to process payments and then not come back for a week.

Regardless it would be nice if he gave us all an update.

It would make sense to log in and post that they're back up and going to be sending payments out, to get more people to continue to do faucets if they plan to skip out with the money....

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November 13, 2014, 12:18:38 AM
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I really hope the owner is legitimately unable to tend to his business at the moment, and plans on paying out. It just seems strange that he would post a message saying he's about to process payments and then not come back for a week.

Regardless it would be nice if he gave us all an update.

It would make sense to log in and post that they're back up and going to be sending payments out, to get more people to continue to do faucets if they plan to skip out with the money....

it makes sense.. hopefully not a wishful thinking

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November 13, 2014, 03:48:41 AM
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I really hope the owner is legitimately unable to tend to his business at the moment, and plans on paying out. It just seems strange that he would post a message saying he's about to process payments and then not come back for a week.

Regardless it would be nice if he gave us all an update.

It would make sense to log in and post that they're back up and going to be sending payments out, to get more people to continue to do faucets if they plan to skip out with the money....

it makes sense.. hopefully not a wishful thinking

I mean I think Microwallet is going to run off with the money, and they're just hoping people will conintue to pay them not knowing any better. I certainly hope that's not what they're doing, but it's what it looks like.

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November 13, 2014, 09:33:35 AM
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What MW People thinking, just giving messages that they will pay in 24 hours etc., but no work done, tell the truth, that will u clear the outstanding or not, so that users can get clarity
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November 13, 2014, 01:23:30 PM
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It's one guy, writing code. Maybe he has a full time job as a developer somewhere too. He's been a pretty stand up guy for a year, and there are problems with the blockchain API. I'll give him the benefit of the doubt that it's just a problem that he thought he had licked and realized it was more complicated than he thought and is focused on fixing it.


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November 13, 2014, 01:33:13 PM
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New News

Q: Why are the withdrawals delayed? A: Blockchain.info API stopped working basically, so we are working on a solution to replace it completely. (Their API responding with 502 Bad Gateway error and randomly sending or not sending the transaction.)

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November 13, 2014, 01:35:00 PM
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It's one guy, writing code. Maybe he has a full time job as a developer somewhere too. He's been a pretty stand up guy for a year, and there are problems with the blockchain API. I'll give him the benefit of the doubt that it's just a problem that he thought he had licked and realized it was more complicated than he thought and is focused on fixing it.

I would probably agree, if he was posting here to that effect and if he hadn't posted it would all be sent out in 24 hours and then never post again and never send out payments again.

But the lack of communication, and continued use of the lie that they will be sent out in 24 hours, makes me not trust him anymore.

Well after all that writing, I looked at the website this morning and it's been updated:

"Q: Why are the withdrawals delayed? A: Blockchain.info API stopped working basically, so we are working on a solution to replace it completely. (Their API responding with 502 Bad Gateway error and randomly sending or not sending the transaction.)"

We'll see what happens. If that had been posted a week ago.... I'd have more faith. As it is, I'm still not doing mircowallet faucets.

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November 13, 2014, 01:35:52 PM
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New News

Q: Why are the withdrawals delayed? A: Blockchain.info API stopped working basically, so we are working on a solution to replace it completely. (Their API responding with 502 Bad Gateway error and randomly sending or not sending the transaction.)

That is bullshit because 1000 other websites are using the blockchain API without any problems

Microwallet is turning into a scam and is gathering up as many coins of yours for as long as possible
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November 13, 2014, 01:46:58 PM
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New News

Q: Why are the withdrawals delayed? A: Blockchain.info API stopped working basically, so we are working on a solution to replace it completely. (Their API responding with 502 Bad Gateway error and randomly sending or not sending the transaction.)

That is bullshit because 1000 other websites are using the blockchain API without any problems

Microwallet is turning into a scam and is gathering up as many coins of yours for as long as possible

That was my first thought. They're just trying to make people feel ok, to continue to pump more money to them, for as long as possible.

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November 13, 2014, 01:58:34 PM
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New News

Q: Why are the withdrawals delayed? A: Blockchain.info API stopped working basically, so we are working on a solution to replace it completely. (Their API responding with 502 Bad Gateway error and randomly sending or not sending the transaction.)

That is bullshit because 1000 other websites are using the blockchain API without any problems

Microwallet is turning into a scam and is gathering up as many coins of yours for as long as possible

Or maybe not:
https://blockchain.info/address/1JA4GGzsGbNnu4SksU49YF9FkA12MRVQWN?filter=1

Maybe 502 Bad Gateway is caused because there are too many output addresses.

I've seen this issue with the mass small payments before.

Maybe he should try to send in smaller chunks to all the users that have 0.01 BTC or more. If he is smart he will be able to avoid the required 0.0001 fee.

Then do the same with the smaller amounts ... and for the future double the "miner fee".
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November 13, 2014, 02:04:20 PM
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Indeed, I had also a problem with the api.
I could not send a payment, before the previous payment confirmed.

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November 13, 2014, 02:15:58 PM
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Maybe 502 Bad Gateway is caused because there are too many output addresses.

I've seen this issue with the mass small payments before.

Maybe he should try to send in smaller chunks to all the users that have 0.01 BTC or more. If he is smart he will be able to avoid the required 0.0001 fee.

Then do the same with the smaller amounts ... and for the future double the "miner fee".
Their API worked fine with 138 outputs in the past. Tested with 108 outputs, same issue. Tested with 2 outputs and worked, but 2 outputs are not enough obviously. Anyways, sending the transaction and then responding with an error page is unacceptable so we are working on a solution to replace it. If the test goes well it can be deployed within a few hours.
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November 13, 2014, 02:39:19 PM
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See MW People, By updating the website with messages is not the solution to the people, are you trying to fool the users?? If Blockchain.info API is a problem, how remaining website are giving their payouts....see if u are a busy person, plz give me the site administration work, i will do, if u want to go with our users money means atleast give your codes to me, i will run the website.....
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November 13, 2014, 03:14:18 PM
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Maybe 502 Bad Gateway is caused because there are too many output addresses.

I've seen this issue with the mass small payments before.

Maybe he should try to send in smaller chunks to all the users that have 0.01 BTC or more. If he is smart he will be able to avoid the required 0.0001 fee.

Then do the same with the smaller amounts ... and for the future double the "miner fee".
Their API worked fine with 138 outputs in the past. Tested with 108 outputs, same issue. Tested with 2 outputs and worked, but 2 outputs are not enough obviously. Anyways, sending the transaction and then responding with an error page is unacceptable so we are working on a solution to replace it. If the test goes well it can be deployed within a few hours.

If you are using the GET method described in their API you may be hitting the GET length limitation which may vary between the servers between 2kb and 8kb but then the transaction should fail then.

Error 502 - comes most likely from cloudflare. Probably somewhere they have "timeout" value to increase.

Maybe the only option is to break it into 3 parts:
- check the balance of the address used to send from
-- on error - fail
- try to send
-- on error - wait 1-2 minutes and check the balance of the address used to send from https://blockchain.info/rawaddr/[ADDRES-SHERE]
--- if the amount stays the same then assume the operation has failed
--- if the amount got changed then then success - get the first TX id
-- on success use the returned TX

Otherwise good luck making bitcoind work
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November 13, 2014, 03:28:21 PM
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Maybe 502 Bad Gateway is caused because there are too many output addresses.

I've seen this issue with the mass small payments before.

Maybe he should try to send in smaller chunks to all the users that have 0.01 BTC or more. If he is smart he will be able to avoid the required 0.0001 fee.

Then do the same with the smaller amounts ... and for the future double the "miner fee".
Their API worked fine with 138 outputs in the past. Tested with 108 outputs, same issue. Tested with 2 outputs and worked, but 2 outputs are not enough obviously. Anyways, sending the transaction and then responding with an error page is unacceptable so we are working on a solution to replace it. If the test goes well it can be deployed within a few hours.

Ok LOB hope you can fix these issues fast
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November 13, 2014, 03:37:42 PM
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Maybe 502 Bad Gateway is caused because there are too many output addresses.

I've seen this issue with the mass small payments before.

Maybe he should try to send in smaller chunks to all the users that have 0.01 BTC or more. If he is smart he will be able to avoid the required 0.0001 fee.

Then do the same with the smaller amounts ... and for the future double the "miner fee".
Their API worked fine with 138 outputs in the past. Tested with 108 outputs, same issue. Tested with 2 outputs and worked, but 2 outputs are not enough obviously. Anyways, sending the transaction and then responding with an error page is unacceptable so we are working on a solution to replace it. If the test goes well it can be deployed within a few hours.


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November 13, 2014, 03:38:13 PM
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Maybe 502 Bad Gateway is caused because there are too many output addresses.

I've seen this issue with the mass small payments before.

Maybe he should try to send in smaller chunks to all the users that have 0.01 BTC or more. If he is smart he will be able to avoid the required 0.0001 fee.

Then do the same with the smaller amounts ... and for the future double the "miner fee".
Their API worked fine with 138 outputs in the past. Tested with 108 outputs, same issue. Tested with 2 outputs and worked, but 2 outputs are not enough obviously. Anyways, sending the transaction and then responding with an error page is unacceptable so we are working on a solution to replace it. If the test goes well it can be deployed within a few hours.

Exact same problem I had, this is their response:
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You can try using an api key with your requests, you might be blocked by our service provider automatically for making too many requests too fast.

If you would like to request a Blockchain API key, then you can do via this form: https://blockchain.info/api/api_create_code. Just let me know when it is submitted, and I will approve it for you.

As far as the double spend goes, I'm sorry that this happened, but blockchain is not liable for user initiated unintentional transactions.
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November 13, 2014, 05:00:07 PM
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This is simple. Cool

If MW feels they don't have to be accountable for the bitcoin they collect from people (taking bitcoin, not communicating)

...We can just court order their domain registrar and hosting provider to reveal who MW.
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Afterwards, we can sue him for the total amount of bitcoin which has been deposited by faucet owners and not refunded. His empty posts on microwallet do not make him any less liable in this situation. As far as I am concerned people have directly emailed with no response, me being one of them.

Taking our money but can't respond to an email while the service is non operational is a big deal, not a little deal.

The beauty of court ordering their registrar and hosting provider to reveal the MW identity works in many ways. We get his identity so we know who to pull in court to recover lost funds.

But the other funny part about doing a court order is that in the off chance he used false information to register the domain behind his private whois, a complaint can be sent through ICANN who can (and will, and has before) confiscate the domain name from him for using that false information. But the court order would have to be in place to reveal his info first.

ICANN Complaint Form: https://forms.icann.org/en/resources/compliance/complaints/whois/inaccuracy-form

"At least annually, a registrar must present to the registrant the current Whois information, and remind the registrant that provision of false Whois information can be grounds for cancellation of their domain name registration. Registrants must review their Whois data, and make any corrections."

Read more about ICANN policy here: https://www.icann.org/resources/pages/wdrp-2012-02-25-en
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November 13, 2014, 05:13:29 PM
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Exact same problem I had, this is their response:
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You can try using an api key with your requests, you might be blocked by our service provider automatically for making too many requests too fast.

If you would like to request a Blockchain API key, then you can do via this form: https://blockchain.info/api/api_create_code. Just let me know when it is submitted, and I will approve it for you.

As far as the double spend goes, I'm sorry that this happened, but blockchain is not liable for user initiated unintentional transactions.
Thank you. API key requested now.
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