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February 14, 2014, 08:43:03 PM
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Here's the Coinbase of another block that was attributed to BitMinter, but wasn't actually a BitMinter solved block - https://blockchain.info/tx/74f96248d0986d9ca4db75bec14e6bc44d3a9ed487063abf010048329099c64f which has a Coinbase of 03235c0403e23d02062f503253482f
(decoded) #\�=/P2SH/

Huh

Where does blockchain.info "attribute" that block to BitMinter?
Here - https://blockchain.info/blocks/BitMinter

Ah, I see.

You're right.  That page is broken.

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February 14, 2014, 08:46:28 PM
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http://two-bit-idiot.tumblr.com/post/76640131462/roger-ver-blockchain-will-continue-to-dominate

Puik You gave majority control to Roger Ver? I know Roger Ver is a great bitcoiner, a little out their but has done so much for the eco-system in terms of funding. But you gave him one of the best sites in the bitcoin world, when you did all the work? That is just being plain greedy on Roger's part. I am so stunned and like I feel super bad for you Puik. Hope he gives you something on the line of a royalty or something to make your work not go away in vain!

Also it will be a pleasure to be a pseudo-competitor to your api Wink

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February 14, 2014, 08:57:31 PM
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I don't really care who relayed the block when it comes to determining who mined the block.  They are two separate things.

Agreed.  And I don't really care who mined the block when it comes to determining who relayed the block.

I was interested in which pool mined the block.  Just because someone relay's the block, doesn't mean that they mined it

And I was interested in who relayed the block.  I agree, mining doesn't mean relaying.

hence the current issue with the way BlockChain.info assigns which pool mines a block.

Yes, I hadn't seen that particular page before.  Now that you've provided the link, I can see that blockchain.info has an error in that particular page.

Yes, someone could place a tag in their Coinbase signature when they mine a block and that could create false attribution.  I just don't see the incentive to do so other than by a pool operator who's trying to hide the fact that they solved a block.

Perhaps a pool operator that doesn't want anyone to know that they are approaching 50% of the hash power?  If there is an incentive to report the correct information, then there is almost certainly an incentive to report false information.

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February 14, 2014, 10:40:33 PM
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There are still blocks listed as "Relayed by Bitlc.net", which closed early last year. That "Relayed by" attribution itself is incorrect.

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February 14, 2014, 10:43:03 PM
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Yes, someone could place a tag in their Coinbase signature when they mine a block and that could create false attribution.  I just don't see the incentive to do so other than by a pool operator who's trying to hide the fact that they solved a block.

Perhaps a pool operator that doesn't want anyone to know that they are approaching 50% of the hash power?  If there is an incentive to report the correct information, then there is almost certainly an incentive to report false information.


In which case a pool could swallow a bit of latency and make sure a block looks like it's been relayed from elsewhere.

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February 15, 2014, 04:43:56 AM
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I've been getting the following errors when I attempt to log in to my wallet:


Unknown src attribute data (followed by a large block of text)


then

*** Serious Error - Javascript inconsistencies found. Maybe malicious - Do not Login! Please contact support@pi.uk.com

This email address looks dodgy to me.

Anyone else getting this or is it just me?
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February 15, 2014, 05:37:31 AM
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I've been getting the following errors when I attempt to log in to my wallet:


Unknown src attribute data (followed by a large block of text)


then

*** Serious Error - Javascript inconsistencies found. Maybe malicious - Do not Login! Please contact support@pi.uk.com

This email address looks dodgy to me.

Anyone else getting this or is it just me?

Wow.  Scary.

From looking around, my best guess is that the e-mail addy is correct.

If ~piuk coded in some sort of a checksum sanity check thing for the javascript, I could imagine that the e-mail addy might not have gotten updated even if support has migrated onward to some part of the increasingly large effort.

I tried going to the web site in an incognito window and saw no warning signs.  But I did not attempt to log in until I understand this issue better.  I'm on a version of chromium built from source about a year ago.

I would say that whatever you do, don't type in your password until we get some official feedback.  And get a copy of the block of text (but don't publish it.)  BTW, when exactly in the login process do you get the issue?

Might be that it is a benign thing which could be cleared up by clearing your cache or cookies or something, but I wouldn't take any chances until there is more feedback from official sources.  At least not if the account has any significant funds and/or your password is sensitive (e.g, you re-used it elsewhere which is not a great idea as I'm sure you know.)

Please ping back and let us know what's up if you figure it out.  Other interesting things to know would be browser, platform, country, ISP if you feel inclined to share the info.


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February 15, 2014, 06:03:59 AM
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I've been getting the following errors when I attempt to log in to my wallet:


Unknown src attribute data (followed by a large block of text)

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Please ping back and let us know what's up if you figure it out.  Other interesting things to know would be browser, platform, country, ISP if you feel inclined to share the info.


Also note this if you've not found it already:

  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=152494.0


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February 15, 2014, 06:36:46 AM
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I've been getting the following errors when I attempt to log in to my wallet:


Unknown src attribute data (followed by a large block of text)

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Please ping back and let us know what's up if you figure it out.  Other interesting things to know would be browser, platform, country, ISP if you feel inclined to share the info.


Also note this if you've not found it already:

  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=152494.0



Looks like the 'my wallet 1.9 firefox add on' has not been updated in a while and is now defunct - I can log on with the My Wallet in browser add-on (I have less than $20 worth of hot bitcoins in the wallet so didn't think I was risking much).

I'll assume it's just a repeat of this cloudflare issue unless there is a further update.
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February 15, 2014, 12:37:39 PM
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Both the site and the app consider my watch-only addresses as part of my "total" balance, and assumes the other wallets are (and stay being) mine.
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I noticed that if I "archive" the paper wallets the balance will not take them into consideration (which is what i want), is that the correct way to deal with this? Any other way to mark a wallet as cold-storage?
Do archived wallet addresses ever "go away" on their own? (like emails in a spam folder, that are automatically deleted after a few days)
As far as I know they are never purged, and it would be utterly foolish to do so, but I suggest to wait for an official answer anyway.

In any case a good approach is to use two wallets: one "light" and another one "tight". The light one has less security measures and contains only small amounts of coins, to be used daily. The tight one keeps most of your balance, and should have all security you can get. The paper wallets could be linked to the tight one, and in this case it might make more sense not to archive them.

(anyway even if those watch-only addresses would be deleted, they could be re-added from your paper wallet itself – they are there just for convenience)

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February 15, 2014, 03:54:00 PM
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There are still blocks listed as "Relayed by Bitlc.net", which closed early last year. That "Relayed by" attribution itself is incorrect.

Yup.  Seems like this feature on Blockchain.info needs an overhaul.  Any response from site operators regarding this?

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February 15, 2014, 04:36:44 PM
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This is the place for feature requests? I request that the transaction page should indicate non-canonical scripts. This would make it much easier to detect transactions that are suffering from transaction malleability.

Desired behavior: There should be an indication under "Input Scripts" that the transaction is using OP_PUSHDATA2 in a nonstandard way if I go to https://blockchain.info/tx/bba8c3d044828f099ae3bc5f3beaff2643e0202d6c121753b53536a49511c63f

As it is, even the rawtx page doesn't show anything wrong.
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February 15, 2014, 09:16:12 PM
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Hi,

1- I set Brazil Real as currency and Mbtc for Bitcoin Display.
2- I click on a transaction
3- The (value at time of transaction) show in BTC instead of Brazil Real.
3- See the screenshot



Please fix it.
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February 17, 2014, 01:35:14 AM
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We will be performing a server upgrade around 9:00 AM on Monday (2/17) GMT.  Some services will be interrupted for roughly 30 minutes.  We apologize for the inconvenience this may cause. Thank you for your understanding and support.

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February 17, 2014, 01:53:34 AM
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@teste, for support issues, please go to https://blockchain.info/support-desk

thanks.

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February 19, 2014, 12:15:25 PM
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As a relatively low btc income altcoin miner, the balance in my primary btc address changes quite frequently by small amounts. The chart for balance over time is a great tool and obviously uses fractional data for plotting, but only displays btc values in labels & tooltips rounded to whole numbers. (example: https://blockchain.info/charts/balance?address=1GNg2V2yr63FMv16fs5udpfPrkUakBKWLW)

I'd love to see the highcharts yAxis.labels.formatter and tooltip.formatter configurable to at least optionally display fractional amounts and/or mBTC. Seeing a bunch of 0s isn't very helpful - it's just depressing.
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February 19, 2014, 08:21:30 PM
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I've created a new address on my wallet and in 5 seconds blockchain.info emailed me a backup of my wallet twice. Is this normal? I haven't requested it.
I am not a fan of keeping a wallet backup on my mail since it can be hacked.

Edit: I just received another wallet backup to my email. This is the third time.
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February 19, 2014, 09:51:19 PM
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I've created a new address on my wallet and in 5 seconds blockchain.info emailed me a backup of my wallet twice. Is this normal? I haven't requested it.
I am not a fan of keeping a wallet backup on my mail since it can be hacked.

Edit: I just received another wallet backup to my email. This is the third time.

Yes, you get an automatic backup every time you make changes to your wallet, just store it in a safe location.

If you don't trust that email account maybe you shouldn't be using it on Blockchain.info.

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February 19, 2014, 09:59:57 PM
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I've created a new address on my wallet and in 5 seconds blockchain.info emailed me a backup of my wallet twice. Is this normal? I haven't requested it.
I am not a fan of keeping a wallet backup on my mail since it can be hacked.

Edit: I just received another wallet backup to my email. This is the third time.

Yes, you get an automatic backup every time you make changes to your wallet, just store it in a safe location.

If you don't trust that email account maybe you shouldn't be using it on Blockchain.info.

Or maybe there should be the option of sending an encrypted backup.

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February 19, 2014, 10:06:30 PM
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I've created a new address on my wallet and in 5 seconds blockchain.info emailed me a backup of my wallet twice. Is this normal? I haven't requested it.
I am not a fan of keeping a wallet backup on my mail since it can be hacked.

Edit: I just received another wallet backup to my email. This is the third time.

Yes, you get an automatic backup every time you make changes to your wallet, just store it in a safe location.

If you don't trust that email account maybe you shouldn't be using it on Blockchain.info.

Or maybe there should be the option of sending an encrypted backup.

Irrelevant if email account is also compromised.

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