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Author Topic: Blockchain.info - Bitcoin Block explorer & Currency Statistics  (Read 482105 times)
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July 24, 2012, 02:12:07 PM
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wouldnt it be awesome to just import a wallet.dat?

no, seriously. would that work?
Isn't there a chrome extension that will talk to bitcoind and do essentially that?

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July 24, 2012, 02:32:40 PM
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This great site should be translated at least in French and Spanish to reach a wider range of people.

+1 I'm even willing to help translate it to Russian

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July 25, 2012, 09:46:49 AM
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wouldnt it be awesome to just import a wallet.dat?

no, seriously. would that work?
Isn't there a chrome extension that will talk to bitcoind and do essentially that?

I dunno.

I'm a fuckin noob and I just want to click "upload" -> "wallet.dat" -> "import" .... [done]
supporting encrypted wallets, as well.
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July 25, 2012, 06:11:16 PM
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Isn't there a chrome extension that will talk to bitcoind and do essentially that?
I couldn't get the chrome extension to work w/ Ubuntu 32bit.

On minor bug related note:
MyWallet calculated the amount of BTC required to send an anonymous transaction as far above the required amount. I believe this picture describes it well: http://imgur.com/6AUYq

I had 18.7 BTC in my wallet

I wanted to send an anonymous transaction for 17BTC

There was a red warning which appeared "Insufficient funds. Value Needed 33.33206274 BTC. Available amount 18.74375052.

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And finally a feature request
Send and receive anonymous coins at the same time, that is to say a "mix and foward" service. Right now when I want to anonymously move coins from service A to service B, I have to move the coins through my wallet as follows: anonymously receive coins into My Wallet from service A and then anonymously send coins to service B from My Wallet. I would greatly appreciate if a feature were added to the mixing service whereby I could put in an address, Address1, and it would create a second address, Address 2. Now I log into service A, send some coins to Address2, the coins are mixed and a fee is deducted, and then coins are then sent to Address1. Hell, you wouldn't even need to log in! Also, bonuses, if given, should be forwarded along to Address1.
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July 25, 2012, 07:05:15 PM
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Isn't there a chrome extension that will talk to bitcoind and do essentially that?

I developed a chrome extension that talked to bitcoind. Is that mine?

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July 26, 2012, 04:18:05 AM
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Say I want to transfer funds from one address to another address in the same wallet.

2 questions

1. Do the miner/blockchain.info fee still apply?

2. If (1) is true then is there a way to specify which address to take the fee out of?

Example.

Label 1 has 1 BTC

Label 2 has 0 BTC

I want to take 1 BTC and send it from Label 1 to Label 2. Now apparently if question 1 is in effect this is not going to happen.

Can I have say, a label0 that contains say 5 btc and have blockchain.info take the fee out of that?

So to start I have...

Label 0 5 btc
Label 1 1 btc
Label 2 0 btc

After transaction

Label 0 4.995 btc
Label 1 0 btc
Label 2 1 btc

HuhHuh?

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July 26, 2012, 06:38:29 PM
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Say I want to transfer funds from one address to another address in the same wallet.

2 questions

1. Do the miner/blockchain.info fee still apply?

2. If (1) is true then is there a way to specify which address to take the fee out of?

Example.

Label 1 has 1 BTC

Label 2 has 0 BTC

I want to take 1 BTC and send it from Label 1 to Label 2. Now apparently if question 1 is in effect this is not going to happen.

Yes miners fee will apply because you have to push the TX to the blockchain.
If you do an advanced send then you can specify which address will be the 'sending' address (and therefor where the fee will be taken from).

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July 26, 2012, 09:15:54 PM
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So to start I have...

Label 0 5 btc
Label 1 1 btc
Label 2 0 btc

After transaction

Label 0 4.995 btc
Label 1 0 btc
Label 2 1 btc

Do a 'custom' send, specify both label 0 and 1 as the addresses to send from, and set 2 outputs: 4.995 to label 0 and 1 to label 2.

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July 27, 2012, 07:16:39 AM
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Could you please add importing arbitrary passphrase as a key (see http://bitaddress.org for example).
I.e. if private key format is not recognized, suggest using sha256 of the passphrase.

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July 27, 2012, 12:38:09 PM
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Hi,
We've checked  http://blockchain.info/pools again and still couldn't find 50BTC.com on diagramm.
It seems very strange, cause  we have more than 1,1 Th/S. An we've found lot of blocks.
It is some special attitude to us?)))
Could we somehow handle it?

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July 27, 2012, 12:46:23 PM
Last edit: July 27, 2012, 01:02:46 PM by BkkCoins
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Hi,
We've checked  http://blockchain.info/pools again and still couldn't find 50BTC.com on diagramm.
It seems very strange, cause  we have more than 1,1 Th/S. An we've found lot of blocks.
It is some special attitude to us?)))
Could we somehow handle it?
Did you give them a list of your IPs? Because if they show up in the list of unknown IPs under the pool graph then that means they haven't linked the IPs to your pool yet.

I did a quick look. Maybe you are 176.9.135.190? That seems near your 50btc.com @ 176.9.130.31 or pool.50btc.com @ 176.9.130.35. I'm answering because I happen to mine at 50btc.

You could look up your last block on blockchain.info and see what it says for "Relayed by" IP.

I see  5.9.24.81 for your 3 most recent blocks which means you'd be the #1 unknown IP with 11 blocks not being tagged as 50btc.com

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July 27, 2012, 01:09:51 PM
Last edit: July 27, 2012, 01:37:04 PM by 50BTC.com
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Did you give them a list of your IPs?
Yes, we did. We sent private message with IP list to piuk 2 weeks ago.
Yes, 176.9.135.190  it is in list of our ip addresses

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July 27, 2012, 01:55:27 PM
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Did you give them a list of your IPs?
Yes, we did. We sent private message with IP list to piuk 2 weeks ago.
Yes, 176.9.135.190  it is in list of our ip addresses
But I had a look at the blocks listed on your site that were found by 50btc and those same blocks on blockchain.info are showing as relayed by 5.9.24.81. I don't know why that is but it certainly points towards 50btc blocks are being relayed by that IP and not the ones where your pool server runs.

See,  https://blockchain.info/block-height/191015 for eg. how blockchain is seeing 50btc blocks.

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July 28, 2012, 08:51:12 PM
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It is possible to list existing mywallet addresses/labels with the current mywallet blockchain.info api.
http://blockchain.info/mywallet_api

It seems the only way to manage labels/address is locally with a database and calling them from the local database to get balance or make payments.

Thanks.
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July 30, 2012, 02:29:08 PM
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The pool 50BTC.com still does not appear on this page http://blockchain.info/pools

The list of addresses that can be used by us:

176.9.130.31
176.9.130.32
176.9.130.35
176.9.130.36
176.9.135.190
176.9.91.111
176.9.91.124
176.9.91.123
176.9.56.118

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July 31, 2012, 04:07:09 AM
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Bug report: Importing a paper wallet address (printed from bitaddress.org) with the built-in QR code reader doesn't work. Screenshot: http://imgur.com/h5Vo3

The private key shown in the error message is correct, so the Flash QR decoder seems to work.

I copy/pasted the private key from another QR decoder and it imported without problems.

Browser: Chrome on Windows XP.

I know this because Tyler knows this.
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July 31, 2012, 08:19:15 PM
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Question about "watch addresses"

I added an address to my blockchain.info wallet to watch only. This seemed like a very useful feature, but now I am unable to see my actual wallet balance (without the watch address for which I have not provided the keys), nor do I see a way to remove this watch address.

Please help?

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July 31, 2012, 08:33:14 PM
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Question about "watch addresses"

I added an address to my blockchain.info wallet to watch only. This seemed like a very useful feature, but now I am unable to see my actual wallet balance (without the watch address for which I have not provided the keys), nor do I see a way to remove this watch address.

Please help?
You are right... the delete option is gone..... piuk?

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July 31, 2012, 08:39:39 PM
Last edit: July 31, 2012, 09:43:00 PM by minimalB
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Here's how i do it:

1. change status of address to Archive (folder icon)

2. go to Archive tab

3. click checkbox where it says "Bitcoin Address" (on the left side)

4. select archived address that you would like to delete

5. Click sweep / delete button
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July 31, 2012, 09:56:40 PM
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Here's how i do it:

1. change status of address to Archive (folder icon)

2. go to Archive tab

3. click checkbox where it says "Bitcoin Address" (on the left side)

4. select archived address that you would like to delete

5. Click sweep / delete button

Thanks for that. Archiving alone is actually good enough, but I hadnt found that. For anyone else looking; you have to click "receive money".

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