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Author Topic: [DEAD] DeepBit.net PPS+Prop,instant payouts, we pay for INVALID BLOCKS too  (Read 1581286 times)
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June 15, 2011, 09:15:26 PM
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I tried paying out my 1.98 but it hasn't even shown up in my client yet. Anyone else experiencing this?


Im in the same boat, I payed out .56 and client still isnt showing either. Been about 30 mins.
Same here, paid out almost 6 BTC and nothing shows up in the client. It's been over an hour, I'm getting a little worried. The payment shows in /payments, but not when I click the address (redirects to blockexplorer, which then says nothing about the transaction).
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June 16, 2011, 12:18:18 AM
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Same problem here, withdrew 3 BTC over 3 hours ago.

"No such transaction"

I deposited a few coins in MT. Gox without an issue 30 minutes ago.
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June 16, 2011, 12:47:43 AM
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Same issue here. I withdrew 0.39 BTC 4.5 hours ago. Still it says "No such transaction". Sad

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June 16, 2011, 01:27:25 AM
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I have a 2.00 BTC transaction show up in my wallet, but no confirmations

http://fxnet.bitlex.org/?ref=1141
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June 16, 2011, 02:16:28 AM
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I have had this transaction disappear Can anyone help? I withdrew from deepbit, but it has NOT hit my wallet.



http://blockexplorer.com/tx/13f2f8ba672a1b248d1356f2385810e9a6d05574f3663d4c3b99e1d3676aeb8a

It did however take my balance down on deepbit's website. WTF is going on?

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June 16, 2011, 02:33:36 AM
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I have a 2.00 BTC transaction show up in my wallet, but no confirmations

my 3.07 has now shown up in my wallet with 0 confirms.

Attempted to withdraw 6 hours ago now. . . bleh.
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June 16, 2011, 02:51:00 AM
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Same issue here. I withdrew 0.39 BTC 4.5 hours ago. Still it says "No such transaction". Sad

All you new people, will you PLEASE read through the forums ... use the search function.  The answer to why this happens, how long it can take, issues going on right now, "No such transaction" are all there.  They don't need to be answered over and over again.  Just search before you post.

I even posted a "search" message yesterday and you guys didn't see that either which means no attempt to look at even recent posts to check for problems or answers.

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June 16, 2011, 02:59:55 AM
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Same issue here. I withdrew 0.39 BTC 4.5 hours ago. Still it says "No such transaction". Sad

All you new people, will you PLEASE read through the forums ... use the search function.  The answer to why this happens, how long it can take, issues going on right now, "No such transaction" are all there.  They don't need to be answered over and over again.  Just search before you post.

I even posted a "search" message yesterday and you guys didn't see that either which means no attempt to look at even recent posts to check for problems or answers.

Ive been conducting transactions on the forums all day, and through mt. gox all day, everything as quick as ever.  Except my deepbit withdrawal.
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June 16, 2011, 03:17:27 AM
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Same issue here. I withdrew 0.39 BTC 4.5 hours ago. Still it says "No such transaction". Sad

All you new people, will you PLEASE read through the forums ... use the search function.  The answer to why this happens, how long it can take, issues going on right now, "No such transaction" are all there.  They don't need to be answered over and over again.  Just search before you post.

I even posted a "search" message yesterday and you guys didn't see that either which means no attempt to look at even recent posts to check for problems or answers.

Ive been conducting transactions on the forums all day, and through mt. gox all day, everything as quick as ever.  Except my deepbit withdrawal.

I think I'm going to talk to theymos about what we're going to do to annoying users like Veldy and pennytrader.

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June 16, 2011, 03:53:18 AM
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Same issue here. I withdrew 0.39 BTC 4.5 hours ago. Still it says "No such transaction". Sad

All you new people, will you PLEASE read through the forums ... use the search function.  The answer to why this happens, how long it can take, issues going on right now, "No such transaction" are all there.  They don't need to be answered over and over again.  Just search before you post.

I even posted a "search" message yesterday and you guys didn't see that either which means no attempt to look at even recent posts to check for problems or answers.

Ive been conducting transactions on the forums all day, and through mt. gox all day, everything as quick as ever.  Except my deepbit withdrawal.

I think I'm going to talk to theymos about what we're going to do to annoying users like Veldy and pennytrader.

Annoying?  I am sorry that you feel that way.  I asked very nicely yesterday and politely today, but today I was more direct to make the point.  I wasn't rude or offensive.  If that somehow affects my ability to use the forums them I would be very surprised that it is considered actionable.  My 500 post history has not been complained about in the forums or directly to me.  This is the one and only response that I will make on this particular subject.

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June 16, 2011, 04:31:45 AM
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Same issue here. I withdrew 0.39 BTC 4.5 hours ago. Still it says "No such transaction". Sad

All you new people, will you PLEASE read through the forums ... use the search function.  The answer to why this happens, how long it can take, issues going on right now, "No such transaction" are all there.  They don't need to be answered over and over again.  Just search before you post.

I even posted a "search" message yesterday and you guys didn't see that either which means no attempt to look at even recent posts to check for problems or answers.

Ive been conducting transactions on the forums all day, and through mt. gox all day, everything as quick as ever.  Except my deepbit withdrawal.

I think I'm going to talk to theymos about what we're going to do to annoying users like Veldy and pennytrader.

What are you talking about?  Veldy is 100% right.  People spamming the same questions over and over again is seriously irritating.  They could look back 5+ pages and have answers to all their questions.  You should maybe talk to Theymos about removing your mod rights.
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June 16, 2011, 04:35:15 AM
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trans shows up in wallet, no confirms here as well, 5 hours later, got payment from other site and its confirmed after the one from deepbit.
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June 16, 2011, 04:46:06 AM
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What are you talking about?  Veldy is 100% right.  People spamming the same questions over and over again is seriously irritating.  They could look back 5+ pages and have answers to all their questions.  You should maybe talk to Theymos about removing your mod rights.

I see nothing that would explain a nearly 12 hour delay.
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June 16, 2011, 04:51:19 AM
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trans shows up in wallet, no confirms here as well, 5 hours later, got payment from other site and its confirmed after the one from deepbit.

You can elect to pay a transaction fee if you really want faster transactions/confirmations, right?
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A: Because it messes up the order in which people normally read text.
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June 16, 2011, 04:55:37 AM
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trans shows up in wallet, no confirms here as well, 5 hours later, got payment from other site and its confirmed after the one from deepbit.

You can elect to pay a transaction fee if you really want faster transactions/confirmations, right?
Sam
not if i am receiving...
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June 16, 2011, 05:11:38 AM
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trans shows up in wallet, no confirms here as well, 5 hours later, got payment from other site and its confirmed after the one from deepbit.

You can elect to pay a transaction fee if you really want faster transactions/confirmations, right?
Sam
not if i am receiving...

Are you sure?  That would seem a disincentive to have quick transactions if only the person giving up his Coin has the opportunity to pay the fee?  How then would anyone make money generating blocks for transaction fee's if the person paying has to pay them so the receiver can receive them in a more timely manner?  That would seem to me to be a flaw in the logic.  I do wait till the last minute to pay my taxes.
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June 16, 2011, 05:28:33 AM
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trans shows up in wallet, no confirms here as well, 5 hours later, got payment from other site and its confirmed after the one from deepbit.

You can elect to pay a transaction fee if you really want faster transactions/confirmations, right?
Sam
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Are you sure?  That would seem a disincentive to have quick transactions if only the person giving up his Coin has the opportunity to pay the fee?  How then would anyone make money generating blocks for transaction fee's if the person paying has to pay them so the receiver can receive them in a more timely manner?  That would seem to me to be a flaw in the logic.  I do wait till the last minute to pay my taxes.
Sam

The sender pays the transaction fee.  If you try to send a small amount, say 0.05BTC, you will almost certainly be prompted for a transaction fee of 0.01BTC.  Supposedly after the mining is done [and before], that will be a means of revenue generation; somebody has to continue chaining blocks and distributing them for confirmation.  If you think about it, the sender has to pay the transaction fee.  There is really no way to get it to the recipient and have them decline the fee and then send the coins back to the sender; that would be double the work for the transaction with a fee declined than with a fee accepted.  Charge the sender and there is no issue.

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June 16, 2011, 05:35:31 AM
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So when you send Coin do you always get prompted to pay the fee?  I see in the client where I can set a fee as a default, but that seems to be less than desirable.  Some transactions I would want expedited and some can wait.  So I wouldn't want to pay a fee on every transaction I create.  I guess if I were selling a good or service I could require my customer to pay a fee, but how would I know that he did?

I guess this is a little off topic, but good info.
Thanks,
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June 16, 2011, 05:50:18 AM
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No, there is a level where a fee is not charged.  I am not sure how that is determined.  Setting the fe in your client gives your transaction higher priority to get your transaction included in a block.  It is a means to facilitate a faster transaction.  As it stands now, Tycho has said that deepbit handles most of the zero fee transactions.  With the recent backlog, I am not entirely sure that can continue, but I am just speculating.  Tycho can say for sure if they can keep it up (he works miracles, so I suspect it will continue).

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June 16, 2011, 06:36:22 AM
Last edit: June 16, 2011, 08:40:10 AM by VPoro
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If it is of any help to Tycho in debugging the problem, my withdrawal has been stuck for 9.5 hours again (had problems yesterday too, it was about a parameter change in Deepbit end causing it?), 0/unconfirmed and shows up in bitcoincharts as 0 priority again.

I find it interesting that the moderators are planning on banning users asking legitimate questions - if it's only Deepbit that's having problems with payments, why shouldn't people be allowed to ask about it on the forums? If the explanation given 5 or so pages ago had to do with a software bug causing the problems, obviously it's good that people report that it's happening again; How else would Tycho notice that there is a problem?

Here's the bitcoincharts info:

2011-06-15 21:00:37 81fd5135f82b829d1ea3fefb9679185ef89d52225d413aba45587dfa068a727f
This is a low priority transaction.
size: 257 bytes priority: 0 input: 100.35616430 BTC

100.35616430 BTC from unconfirmed e62d17f875d5a24c886c00ef1d1af102ae68fea023d2b7b0bc9f8367fc7c6b34:0 (12Y396c7Xk3kEKJbUnqtLMLj5MEyG9QaUh)

output: 100.35616430 BTC

    95.68616430 BTC to 1CnuiE129kiXqEDywYBHiQbNqRZASoTHs3
    4.67000000 BTC to 16XrZP4z3Q6JtBMC8MgKg9p7x3UnU3YSVF


[Edit: Added the bitcoincharts info]

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