We pay out instantly, but always include the unconfirmed tx in the inputs. So even in cases were we screw up and pay out twice only one can possible get into the chain.
Ok good to know. Seems 1dice has been dominating the list of blockchain.info transactions
recently. I think it's great, something which couldn't be done with any other payment system.
When displaying national currencies, the iPhone app should display a consistent number of decimal places.
I believe this is fixed in the Cydia version. Note: Although there have been updates to the Cydia version there probably won't be any updates to the app store version anytime soon.
I know you can use pywallet to remove those from a wallet, but I don't know how you could remove one from an online wallet.
After 24 hours unconfirmed they are automatically removed.
Can I ask where you get the exchange rate for Chinese Yuan?
I use the bitcoincharts market api (http://bitcoincharts.com/about/markets-api/
) which I believe uses the Mt.Gox CNY rate (http://bitcoincharts.com/markets/mtgoxCNY.html
). The problem is the volume is very low for CNY.
an error was given that a wallet was just created by the same IP address.
I've removed the ip restriction for the moment. It was indented to stop someone spamming new wallets (as they can never be pruned) but clearly it is preventing legitimate signups.
10BTC transactions worked, but took forever, and 20+BTC transactions failed due to that 16Kb limit.
As other have explained this is due to your transaction using a large number of small inputs. I can probably increase the limit to 32KB but the slow transaction signing will still remain (I find chrome to be much faster at signing inputs).