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December 04, 2013, 05:16:48 PM
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I hope you're trolling... Read the FAQ on OP's post.

You must use a wallet that you can send signed messages with, such as the client or blockchain.  Coinbase does not have the ability to send signed messages since they do not send funds from your wallet.  When you send funds from coinbase, it is sent from a coinbase address, not your address.  There is no way to prove who actually sent the funds from coinbase.

In other words, if you sent money w/ coinbase, you just sent an unverifiable payment.  aka, you sent an unmarked clear envelope of money to Canary.  Everyone can see the envelope and its contents, nobody knows who it's from.

https://blockchain.info/tx/37d13b1bd517038207a2009a4fedcb6703f65443b104461c02145c0a22da0f75

Perhaps Canary can work with you on this... but you'll likely have to wait.  Please read the instructions next time.
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December 04, 2013, 05:43:56 PM
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If you have not already sent from coinbase to Canary you will need to send the BTC to a wallet you control the Windows bitcoin-QT or mycelium on android first. from that wallet sent to Canary.

When you send in the shipping label PDF you will sign the tracking number with the address you sent the btc with. only your wallet can do this. This will prove you sent the BTC

Anyone can find a TX number that sends BTC to the group buy address and post it here but they can't sign the tracking number.

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December 04, 2013, 06:26:54 PM
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Put me down for a Cube. 

I need to figure out how exactly to get it running, now... is it simple? (IE - just plug it in to a computer and fire up BFGMiner)

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December 04, 2013, 07:35:52 PM
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Put me down for a Cube. 

I need to figure out how exactly to get it running, now... is it simple? (IE - just plug it in to a computer and fire up BFGMiner)


fairly simple.  there's a guide here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=352658.0

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December 04, 2013, 08:19:20 PM
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One Cube.

Transaction ID: 1eddc03373eb1a8b7fad40b531a1cfbe28f71d75cb3d9471429ae2f0b5edff47

Will await label instructions.

EDIT:  Shit, I can't sign that address... lol what do I do now?
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December 04, 2013, 08:28:51 PM
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One Cube.

Transaction ID: 1eddc03373eb1a8b7fad40b531a1cfbe28f71d75cb3d9471429ae2f0b5edff47

Will await label instructions.

EDIT:  Shit, I can't sign that address... lol what do I do now?


Canary will refund the address and you can resend it from one that you can sign with.

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December 04, 2013, 08:54:00 PM
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Canary will refund the address and you can resend it from one that you can sign with.

All is well.  I had a stupid moment.  It was just not on my list of addresses, but I could still sign with it.  Cheesy
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December 04, 2013, 08:57:46 PM
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Two Cubes

Transaction ID: 979a52bd3cb02ac4393023b48096890ab3ca6cbbbb4d449bd45da9b55d2575f1

Will await label instructions.

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DARK LORD CTHULHU BE PRAISED - OFF - QgdYCLwJAE8CA287xUVi5Zkv6NN9PDaA78
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December 04, 2013, 09:59:10 PM
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One Cube.

Transaction ID: 1eddc03373eb1a8b7fad40b531a1cfbe28f71d75cb3d9471429ae2f0b5edff47

Will await label instructions.

EDIT:  Shit, I can't sign that address... lol what do I do now?


Canary will refund the address and you can resend it from one that you can sign with.

AFAIK, you cannot refund coinbase transactions.  The sent-from address is NOT your wallet address, so sending payment to that address will likely result in btc being given to some random address...

How do I know this?  I tested using coinbase to send 0.001btc to a dice game, followed the transaction, and my winnings went back to the transmit address, but nothing showed up in my account.  I assume coinbase now has an extra 0.002 btc.
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December 04, 2013, 10:05:51 PM
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Still can't sign but can't you go to Account settings Bitcoin addresses to find your sending address? I have sent BTC back to a number of these addresses and it shows in my wallet.

Just need to find link between address in wallet and xmiting add in blockchain.

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December 05, 2013, 12:35:23 AM
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Does anyone know if the cube will work on p2pool since it has LP capabilities?

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December 05, 2013, 01:43:29 AM
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Guys, you actually can sign a message from a coinbase address.  Just go to Account Settings --> Bitcoin Addresses --> Details (for the address you're interested in) --> "Click to sign a message with this address"

I tested it, it works fine.

For example:  From 1Ns8khLU4SEAyXp8XP53YBuWiHBG5Y9oFW

Message to sign:
This is a dummy message.

Signature:  G6qsJtOSY2X6M7fXlJHxweSKOEmS97+qof9DKF9ammlomU57EToInU5D/S8Jm25ipnnOe8Knko88GJoaVFVbUW0=

Voila'!

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December 05, 2013, 02:33:31 AM
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1 Cube please!

Thanks!!!

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December 05, 2013, 03:39:58 AM
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Guys, you actually can sign a message from a coinbase address.  Just go to Account Settings --> Bitcoin Addresses --> Details (for the address you're interested in) --> "Click to sign a message with this address"

I tested it, it works fine.

For example:  From 1Ns8khLU4SEAyXp8XP53YBuWiHBG5Y9oFW

Message to sign:
This is a dummy message.

Signature:  G6qsJtOSY2X6M7fXlJHxweSKOEmS97+qof9DKF9ammlomU57EToInU5D/S8Jm25ipnnOe8Knko88GJoaVFVbUW0=

Voila'!
Thanks a lot I really appreciate the help for, and when you write it out it looks incredibly easy now! Grin
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December 05, 2013, 03:43:37 AM
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Thanks a lot I really appreciate the help for, and when you write it out it looks incredibly easy now! Grin
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December 05, 2013, 03:54:56 AM
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I hope you're trolling... Read the FAQ on OP's post.

You must use a wallet that you can send signed messages with, such as the client or blockchain.  Coinbase does not have the ability to send signed messages since they do not send funds from your wallet.  When you send funds from coinbase, it is sent from a coinbase address, not your address.  There is no way to prove who actually sent the funds from coinbase.

In other words, if you sent money w/ coinbase, you just sent an unverifiable payment.  aka, you sent an unmarked clear envelope of money to Canary.  Everyone can see the envelope and its contents, nobody knows who it's from.

https://blockchain.info/tx/37d13b1bd517038207a2009a4fedcb6703f65443b104461c02145c0a22da0f75

Perhaps Canary can work with you on this... but you'll likely have to wait.  Please read the instructions next time.
I hope you're trolling... Read the FAQ on OP's post.

You must use a wallet that you can send signed messages with, such as the client or blockchain.  Coinbase does not have the ability to send signed messages since they do not send funds from your wallet.  When you send funds from coinbase, it is sent from a coinbase address, not your address.  There is no way to prove who actually sent the funds from coinbase.

In other words, if you sent money w/ coinbase, you just sent an unverifiable payment.  aka, you sent an unmarked clear envelope of money to Canary.  Everyone can see the envelope and its contents, nobody knows who it's from.

https://blockchain.info/tx/37d13b1bd517038207a2009a4fedcb6703f65443b104461c02145c0a22da0f75

Perhaps Canary can work with you on this... but you'll likely have to wait.  Please read the instructions next time.
I read the instructions throughly, I thought that my wallet at block chain and on coin base worked the same even though coin base is an exchange because I had seen a similar situation. Someone just posted how to sign on coinbase so I guess you can did I miss something else other that that?
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December 05, 2013, 04:24:37 AM
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I hope you're trolling... Read the FAQ on OP's post.

You must use a wallet that you can send signed messages with, such as the client or blockchain.  Coinbase does not have the ability to send signed messages since they do not send funds from your wallet.  When you send funds from coinbase, it is sent from a coinbase address, not your address.  There is no way to prove who actually sent the funds from coinbase.

In other words, if you sent money w/ coinbase, you just sent an unverifiable payment.  aka, you sent an unmarked clear envelope of money to Canary.  Everyone can see the envelope and its contents, nobody knows who it's from.

https://blockchain.info/tx/37d13b1bd517038207a2009a4fedcb6703f65443b104461c02145c0a22da0f75

Perhaps Canary can work with you on this... but you'll likely have to wait.  Please read the instructions next time.
I hope you're trolling... Read the FAQ on OP's post.

You must use a wallet that you can send signed messages with, such as the client or blockchain.  Coinbase does not have the ability to send signed messages since they do not send funds from your wallet.  When you send funds from coinbase, it is sent from a coinbase address, not your address.  There is no way to prove who actually sent the funds from coinbase.

In other words, if you sent money w/ coinbase, you just sent an unverifiable payment.  aka, you sent an unmarked clear envelope of money to Canary.  Everyone can see the envelope and its contents, nobody knows who it's from.

https://blockchain.info/tx/37d13b1bd517038207a2009a4fedcb6703f65443b104461c02145c0a22da0f75

Perhaps Canary can work with you on this... but you'll likely have to wait.  Please read the instructions next time.
I read the instructions throughly, I thought that my wallet at block chain and on coin base worked the same even though coin base is an exchange because I had seen a similar situation. Someone just posted how to sign on coinbase so I guess you can did I miss something else other that that?
as long as you can sign with one of the sending addys from your transaction, you should be OK.

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December 05, 2013, 07:03:01 AM
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Sorry, first time bitcoin miner buyer here. If I understand it right the process is:

1) Send BC to address listed in OP
2) Post amounts bought with transaction ID
3) Wait for shipping instructions via PM (which also involves message signing using address used to send the BC payment)

Am I getting the gist of it right? Sorry for being a newb at this. Thanks.
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December 05, 2013, 03:19:38 PM
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Sorry, first time bitcoin miner buyer here. If I understand it right the process is:

1) Send BC to address listed in OP
2) Post amounts bought with transaction ID
3) Wait for shipping instructions via PM (which also involves message signing using address used to send the BC payment)

Am I getting the gist of it right? Sorry for being a newb at this. Thanks.

Canary will most likely post shipping instructions here as a post, rather than a PM. Once we have all that, we will need to get a label created, the tracking number signed and the whole thing emailed to Canary as noted in the OP.
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December 05, 2013, 05:27:40 PM
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Thanks whitefeather!

2 BTC sent for 2 cubes

Transaction ID: 72e591dd01aac3617b9f369cebfbaf3deb4b3cbd547aa6213b132e13560a0079
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