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March 04, 2012, 05:33:05 AM
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Kinda pissed idk what happened, deposited ltcoins into it , traded them for .1btc (i think) and nothing happened, i no longer have any ltcoins and it took me awhile to get enough for just .1 btc so im kinda done mining until i get a better set up(broke now, birthday in may Smiley )
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March 04, 2012, 06:29:45 AM
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Mhm, it worked fine for me :/, might be the blockchain acting slow

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March 04, 2012, 06:33:40 AM
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I transfeered 5000 solidcoins into a btc-e black hole lol.

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March 04, 2012, 10:46:13 AM
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Kinda pissed idk what happened, deposited ltcoins into it , traded them for .1btc (i think) and nothing happened, i no longer have any ltcoins and it took me awhile to get enough for just .1 btc so im kinda done mining until i get a better set up(broke now, birthday in may Smiley )

.1btc should be between 60-75 ltc depending on the current (0.00169 - 0.00138)

are you sure you don't have any active orders (look beneath the Sell/buy orders) at the current active orders, go through each page. (btc/usd, sc/btc, sc/usd, ltc/btc, ltc/usd, ruc/btc, ruc/usd, nmc/btc). It is possible you have an active order (shows up as dark blue) that is out of the orderbook window. At the moment a buy order > 0.00169, and a sell order < 0.001222 would be outside the orderbook display.

check the finances page, check the balances, click history at the bottom across from Transactions History:

It should tell you exactly where the ltc or btc is.

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March 04, 2012, 02:24:45 PM
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it says in payment for a warrant
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March 04, 2012, 02:46:53 PM
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it says in payment for a warrant

BTC-e takes the amount out of your account so that you can't have multiple open orders that you can't fill. If you have open positions for all your funds, the finance page will read 0.000.. across all accounts.

So on the finance page, transactions: history it says

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#768xxx external - <amount> LTC in payment for a warrant <#253...> 04:03:12
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Click the #253... link at the end of the line and it will take you to the page that has your order.

Above  the graph in filled in darkblue/black will be the currency pair (should be LTC/BTC)

Scroll right to the bottom, and above the trade history block, and beneath the sell/buy orders block there will be a Your current active orders.
There will be a Sell order for an amount LTC at Price totalling  x.y BTC time:date <CANCEL>.
In the Sell order block you should see a dark blue/grey line across the price you have the sell order at. The line may just have your order, or it may also have other orders which combine to have a greater total.

at the moment the only solo visible trade at around that amount is
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0.001547 0.1   0.0001547

EDIT: I'm currently sitting online on BTC-e, as marked

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March 04, 2012, 03:16:33 PM
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thnx
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March 05, 2012, 02:43:21 AM
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it also took a my coins
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March 05, 2012, 09:42:33 AM
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it also took a my coins

er what?

Check the finances page, click the "make a deposit" button. At the bottom it will tell you the address to send to. Send the coins to the address. 

Once you have done that wait 30 seconds or so,  then click the "make a deposit" button again.

Underneath the address it will have
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+1.0000000 BTC (or LTC), 0 confirmations, 08:30 05.03.12

on the right hand side it will tell you the number of confirmations required to pass into the exchange. For BTC this is 3, so generally you have to wait 30-40 minutes. For LTC it is 6 confirmations, which I think is 30 minutes (2.5 minutes per block?).

You can now start trading / exchanging.


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March 05, 2012, 05:26:29 PM
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it also took a my coins

er what?

Check the finances page, click the "make a deposit" button. At the bottom it will tell you the address to send to. Send the coins to the address. 

Once you have done that wait 30 seconds or so,  then click the "make a deposit" button again.

Underneath the address it will have
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+1.0000000 BTC (or LTC), 0 confirmations, 08:30 05.03.12

on the right hand side it will tell you the number of confirmations required to pass into the exchange. For BTC this is 3, so generally you have to wait 30-40 minutes. For LTC it is 6 confirmations, which I think is 30 minutes (2.5 minutes per block?).

You can now start trading / exchanging.


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March 29, 2013, 11:48:43 PM
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Uncommitted transactions:
+22.02000000 BTC, 0 confirmations, 03:00 30.03.13

i have this for few hours already whats going on ? i cant receive my money any comments on that ? BTC-e web site
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April 02, 2013, 01:34:31 AM
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Uncommitted transactions:
+22.02000000 BTC, 0 confirmations, 03:00 30.03.13

i have this for few hours already whats going on ? i cant receive my money any comments on that ? BTC-e web site

how long did it take in the end? i'm in the same boat, been waiting hours....
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April 02, 2013, 11:30:45 PM
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Been almost 4hs for me, 0 confirmations. Waiting on deposit to BTC-E...

anyone else having issues?
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April 02, 2013, 11:40:13 PM
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I have the same problem, btc-e swallowed my bitcoins... I sent two transactions of the same number, one has arrived and been confirmed (took several hours) while another still has 0 confirmations... i am still learning about the system but it shows up in the blockchain as "not yet redeemed"... anybody got any clues? its been 10 hours Cry

I am assuming it will eventually fix itself, but in how long?
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April 02, 2013, 11:50:21 PM
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Oh guys just be patient, machines aren't perfect. This is why I am against robots.

My current dream for Bitcoins/Litecoins is to open a music related business such as a venue or a recording studio.
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April 03, 2013, 12:00:08 AM
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I have the same problem, btc-e swallowed my bitcoins... I sent two transactions of the same number, one has arrived and been confirmed (took several hours) while another still has 0 confirmations... i am still learning about the system but it shows up in the blockchain as "not yet redeemed"... anybody got any clues? its been 10 hours Cry

I am assuming it will eventually fix itself, but in how long?

did u include a tx fee?  Also, don't ltc.

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April 03, 2013, 08:58:25 AM
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Same issue for me, still waiting. On Blockchain.info it says that my transaction is still unconfirmed

It is not supposed to take longer than an hour (and normally only 10min) for transactions to get confirmed, right? What am I missing?

thanks for any input
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April 15, 2013, 10:27:54 AM
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It's funny how we all end up on the same page only AFTER we do this.

Not only did it eat my 0.1ltc, it charged me 0.1ltc to now be in the dark.

Not sure if that's a default fee or what but really? It takes me damn ages to mine that, and it just wants to snaffle it up because I have no other way to use the ltc?

Sure sure if I had 5000 ltc I'd not care about 0.1. But I only had 0.2

feeling lost, ripped off and jaded at the moment. Good thing I decided to try this out before I went all out mining over the next few days. If it's this picky and awkward to transact then I think I'll go with everyone else who says this is a mugs game. SOmeone just got the promised coin for the work I did, and it aint me.


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April 15, 2013, 10:37:39 AM
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Hope it got sorted for you? , i was having a look at BTC-E and people seem to be happy with the function . so far.

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