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August 01, 2012, 12:25:50 AM
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I hear pirate paid out, are we all good here now?
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August 01, 2012, 12:56:46 AM
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to anyone that isn't yet aware, the delay seems to have stemmed from mtgox's "hot wallet" being temporarily depleted.

mtgox delay -> bst delay -> bitcoinmax delay
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August 01, 2012, 01:05:42 AM
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to anyone that isn't yet aware, the delay seems to have stemmed from mtgox's "hot wallet" being temporarily depleted.

mtgox delay -> bst delay -> bitcoinmax delay

Interesting,
I hadn't heard. Where was it reported?

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August 01, 2012, 01:08:01 AM
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to anyone that isn't yet aware, the delay seems to have stemmed from mtgox's "hot wallet" being temporarily depleted.

mtgox delay -> bst delay -> bitcoinmax delay

Interesting,
I hadn't heard. Where was it reported?

i haven't seen the mtgox announcement myself, so maybe it's only rumour, but it's something that also affected bitinstant customers:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=96791.msg1066225#msg1066225

mtgox announcement here: https://support.mtgox.com/home
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August 01, 2012, 02:47:16 AM
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Hey, just noticed the site only displays up to 4 weeks worth of transactions? Any reason for this rather limiting limitation?

i've just updated this to show up to 6 weeks by the way.
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August 01, 2012, 03:27:22 AM
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Hey, just noticed the site only displays up to 4 weeks worth of transactions? Any reason for this rather limiting limitation?

i've just updated this to show up to 6 weeks by the way.


Cool, any plans on eventually allowing us to download a CSV or something?
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August 01, 2012, 04:26:18 AM
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Hey, just noticed the site only displays up to 4 weeks worth of transactions? Any reason for this rather limiting limitation?

i've just updated this to show up to 6 weeks by the way.


Cool, any plans on eventually allowing us to download a CSV or something?

yeah i'm sure i could do that.

i'll post an updated to-do list on the weekend some time.
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August 01, 2012, 08:21:32 AM
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any way to add a date to the withdraw section? i.e. request a withdraw on monday but not process it until when needed on thursday. some of us work 24 on and 24 off shifts and it would be a major convenience, plus we both would get more interest that way lol. if not, carry on as you are, service is great.

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August 01, 2012, 08:28:44 AM
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i am interest to know how much interest will bitcoin max offer ?

after pirate40 reduce the interest to 5% base on trust account !

so are we going to get 4.9% ?

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August 01, 2012, 08:40:21 AM
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i am interest to know how much interest will bitcoin max offer ?

after pirate40 reduce the interest to 5% base on trust account !

so are we going to get 4.9% ?

IIRC it is staying at 6.9%

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August 01, 2012, 08:47:29 AM
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i am interest to know how much interest will bitcoin max offer ?

after pirate40 reduce the interest to 5% base on trust account !

so are we going to get 4.9% ?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=83904.msg1006280#msg1006280

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August 01, 2012, 09:21:29 AM
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any way to add a date to the withdraw section? i.e. request a withdraw on monday but not process it until when needed on thursday. some of us work 24 on and 24 off shifts and it would be a major convenience, plus we both would get more interest that way lol. if not, carry on as you are, service is great.

i suppose i could make it so that you can specify a date, but not a time, but even after the request becomes active, it may take 24 hours from then to be processed.

are you saying you aren't able to access the site for 2 minutes on thursday to make the request?
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August 01, 2012, 09:36:33 AM
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any way to add a date to the withdraw section? i.e. request a withdraw on monday but not process it until when needed on thursday. some of us work 24 on and 24 off shifts and it would be a major convenience, plus we both would get more interest that way lol. if not, carry on as you are, service is great.

i suppose i could make it so that you can specify a date, but not a time, but even after the request becomes active, it may take 24 hours from then to be processed.

are you saying you aren't able to access the site for 2 minutes on thursday to make the request?

I think that this feature would actually be an advantage for you payb.tc, because you would know about a withdraw a few days in advance. So you can probably match some deposit with a withdraw without going through pirate.
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August 01, 2012, 09:40:47 AM
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any way to add a date to the withdraw section? i.e. request a withdraw on monday but not process it until when needed on thursday. some of us work 24 on and 24 off shifts and it would be a major convenience, plus we both would get more interest that way lol. if not, carry on as you are, service is great.

i suppose i could make it so that you can specify a date, but not a time, but even after the request becomes active, it may take 24 hours from then to be processed.

are you saying you aren't able to access the site for 2 minutes on thursday to make the request?

I think that this feature would actually be an advantage for you payb.tc, because you would know about a withdraw a few days in advance. So you can probably match some deposit with a withdraw without going through pirate.

i'm already constantly matching deposits/withdrawals all day, every day without going through pirate.

i can't time the withdrawals exactly because if i have too many coins in my wallet and no withdrawal requests, i gotta send them to bst.

then if a request comes in after that, it has to wait for further deposits, or if quite large, some coins back from pirate.

so that's why when you request, it may get sent to you in a few minutes or a whole day.

me knowing in advance wouldn't help because i can't just have the coins sitting around in my local wallet doing nothing anyway.
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August 01, 2012, 05:41:45 PM
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any way to add a date to the withdraw section? i.e. request a withdraw on monday but not process it until when needed on thursday. some of us work 24 on and 24 off shifts and it would be a major convenience, plus we both would get more interest that way lol. if not, carry on as you are, service is great.

i suppose i could make it so that you can specify a date, but not a time, but even after the request becomes active, it may take 24 hours from then to be processed.

are you saying you aren't able to access the site for 2 minutes on thursday to make the request?

I think that this feature would actually be an advantage for you payb.tc, because you would know about a withdraw a few days in advance. So you can probably match some deposit with a withdraw without going through pirate.

i'm already constantly matching deposits/withdrawals all day, every day without going through pirate.

i can't time the withdrawals exactly because if i have too many coins in my wallet and no withdrawal requests, i gotta send them to bst.

then if a request comes in after that, it has to wait for further deposits, or if quite large, some coins back from pirate.

so that's why when you request, it may get sent to you in a few minutes or a whole day.

me knowing in advance wouldn't help because i can't just have the coins sitting around in my local wallet doing nothing anyway.

Quick suggestion, why not make withdrawal time automatically 24 hours, have it scripted, such that withdrawal time +24hours is when the payment is sent. 

Then, twice a day balance your books, sending/receiving from pirate where required. This means that at least 1 "set" of receiving/sending will occur from pirate, balancing books before any withdrawal, and, will stop people moaning when it's not "quick enough" - sure it might be slower for the few, but, I think negative publicity/scare mongering caused from ppl chasing is worse.
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August 01, 2012, 06:27:06 PM
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Quick suggestion, why not make withdrawal time automatically 24 hours, have it scripted, such that withdrawal time +24hours is when the payment is sent. 

Then, twice a day balance your books, sending/receiving from pirate where required. This means that at least 1 "set" of receiving/sending will occur from pirate, balancing books before any withdrawal, and, will stop people moaning when it's not "quick enough" - sure it might be slower for the few, but, I think negative publicity/scare mongering caused from ppl chasing is worse.

Because with such a small margin he can't afford to carry enough float in his wallet.

Also, I think he's doing just fine.  I don't see any big stink about withdrawal times.

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August 01, 2012, 07:04:52 PM
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Quick suggestion, why not make withdrawal time automatically 24 hours, have it scripted, such that withdrawal time +24hours is when the payment is sent.  

Then, twice a day balance your books, sending/receiving from pirate where required. This means that at least 1 "set" of receiving/sending will occur from pirate, balancing books before any withdrawal, and, will stop people moaning when it's not "quick enough" - sure it might be slower for the few, but, I think negative publicity/scare mongering caused from ppl chasing is worse.

let's say it's 2pm, the wallet is completely empty and someone deposits 500 btc. another person has a 500 btc withdrawal set for 8pm. so what you're saying is, i should leave that 500 btc sitting in my wallet for 6 hours earning no interest so that i can send it to the second guy at 'the right time'? no, i need to get those coins out asap, either to that withdrawer, or to bst. if i send them to bst, there's no guarantee i can get them back out again by 8pm.
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August 01, 2012, 07:14:44 PM
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let's say it's 2pm, the wallet is completely empty and someone deposits 500 btc. another person has a 500 btc withdrawal set for 8pm. so what you're saying is, i should leave that 500 btc sitting in my wallet for 6 hours earning no interest so that i can send it to the second guy at 'the right time'? no, i need to get those coins out asap, either to that withdrawer, or to bst. if i send them to bst, there's no guarantee i can get them back out again by 8pm.

Right, but let's say it's 7:55pm when someone deposits 500 btc and another person has a 500 btc withdrawal set for 8pm.

You would hold the coins for 5 minutes and process the withdrawal.

If they hadn't been able to request the withdrawal in advance you would send the coins to bs&t and then 5 minutes later get the withdrawal request and have to request the coins back again.

It's always better to have advance warning of withdrawals.  At worst it makes no difference to what you do with the coins, and at best it saves you and pirate 2 transactions each.  As I understand it pirate offers higher interest rates to lenders who make less transactions, but I might be wrong about that.

So long as your lenders realise that giving 24h notice doesn't guarantee their withdrawal won't be delayed by up to 24h after the requested withdrawal time.  I think I'd implement it by having a "withdraw in [...] days and [...] hours" box on the withdraw page, defaulting to 0 in both boxes, and allow users to cancel pending withdrawals too.

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August 01, 2012, 07:17:09 PM
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Quick suggestion, why not make withdrawal time automatically 24 hours, have it scripted, such that withdrawal time +24hours is when the payment is sent.  

Then, twice a day balance your books, sending/receiving from pirate where required. This means that at least 1 "set" of receiving/sending will occur from pirate, balancing books before any withdrawal, and, will stop people moaning when it's not "quick enough" - sure it might be slower for the few, but, I think negative publicity/scare mongering caused from ppl chasing is worse.

let's say it's 2pm, the wallet is completely empty and someone deposits 500 btc. another person has a 500 btc withdrawal set for 8pm. so what you're saying is, i should leave that 500 btc sitting in my wallet for 6 hours earning no interest so that i can send it to the second guy at 'the right time'? no, i need to get those coins out asap, either to that withdrawer, or to bst. if i send them to bst, there's no guarantee i can get them back out again by 8pm.


Fair point, then maybe just add a bigger warning in OP that withdrawal times vary, and give up to X before posting.  It's not good for anything is people start FUD.
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August 01, 2012, 07:17:29 PM
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let's say it's 2pm, the wallet is completely empty and someone deposits 500 btc. another person has a 500 btc withdrawal set for 8pm. so what you're saying is, i should leave that 500 btc sitting in my wallet for 6 hours earning no interest so that i can send it to the second guy at 'the right time'? no, i need to get those coins out asap, either to that withdrawer, or to bst. if i send them to bst, there's no guarantee i can get them back out again by 8pm.

Right, but let's say it's 7:55pm when someone deposits 500 btc and another person has a 500 btc withdrawal set for 8pm.

You would hold the coins for 5 minutes and process the withdrawal.

If they hadn't been able to request the withdrawal in advance you would send the coins to bs&t and then 5 minutes later get the withdrawal request and have to request the coins back again.

It's always better to have advance warning of withdrawals.  At worst it makes no difference to what you do with the coins, and at best it saves you and pirate 2 transactions each.  As I understand it pirate offers higher interest rates to lenders who make less transactions, but I might be wrong about that.

So long as your lenders realise that giving 24h notice doesn't guarantee their withdrawal won't be delayed by up to 24h after the requested withdrawal time.  I think I'd implement it by having a "withdraw in [...] days and [...] hours" box on the withdraw page, defaulting to 0 in both boxes, and allow users to cancel pending withdrawals too.

That's exactly what he said he's willing to do:
any way to add a date to the withdraw section? i.e. request a withdraw on monday but not process it until when needed on thursday. some of us work 24 on and 24 off shifts and it would be a major convenience, plus we both would get more interest that way lol. if not, carry on as you are, service is great.

i suppose i could make it so that you can specify a date, but not a time, but even after the request becomes active, it may take 24 hours from then to be processed.

are you saying you aren't able to access the site for 2 minutes on thursday to make the request?


https://www.bitcoin.org/bitcoin.pdf
While no idea is perfect, some ideas are useful.
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