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August 06, 2012, 06:08:37 AM
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he's using vandroiy logic:

(interest + withdrawals) > 8000

withdrawals = ??

therefore interest > 8000

I suggest that you audit your business, since we apparently know more about what you are making than you do.

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Anyway, whatever.  Start a new thread if you want to go through this nonsense.  Again.   You can go feel superior somewhere else.

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August 06, 2012, 06:11:01 AM
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I suggest that you audit your business, since we apparently know more about what you are making than you do.

why bother when there are apparently no shortage of 'experts' willing to do that for me? Cheesy

i'm just today discovering all kinds of new and interesting things about bitcoin max.

going back to your original point, i don't think people are saying "payb.tc is poverty-stricken, so i'll donate"... i think they are saying "payb.tc is providing a great service, so i'll donate". it's not like i encourage it... you can't really even find my address anywhere unless you know of the old donate link on payb.tc website.

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August 06, 2012, 07:15:41 AM
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members can now cancel their own withdrawal requests from within the login area, if they change their mind or circumstances change. no need to PM me anymore to cancel a withdrawal request.


I just made use of this, it saved me from a double click Smiley

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August 06, 2012, 08:45:08 AM
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All I care about is the new and shiny coins in my account later today  Grin

I hope Payb.tc makes money off of it ! good for him.... we're both making money !!!
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August 06, 2012, 11:08:15 AM
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All I care about is the new and shiny coins in my account later today  Grin

I hope Payb.tc makes money off of it ! good for him.... we're both making money !!!

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August 06, 2012, 12:46:45 PM
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on the withdrawal page, members will now be able to see the site-wide withdrawal queue (with usernames other than your own being hidden).

this will help show the lender where they are in the queue, and help them to estimate how long until they get their request filled.
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August 06, 2012, 02:10:59 PM
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nice update Smiley
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August 06, 2012, 03:27:32 PM
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he's using vandroiy logic:

(interest + withdrawals) > 8000

withdrawals = ??

therefore interest > 8000

Here's how the recent interest payments correspond to entries in the blockchain.  There's a really close correspondence between the calculated interest and the actual interest.  The difference is explained by the fact that BS&T calculates interest from the minute payment is received, but all I see are block timestamps which will be close to but different from the time the transactions were made.

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Week Ending Mon Jul 23 06:00                          Total: 8470.32 (actual interest paid: 8471.00)

Date              Type       Amount x  Hours / 168 *  Rate = Subtotal
Sun Jul 22 15:51  Withdrawal  -1500 x  14.14 / 168 * 0.077 =   -9.72  
Fri Jul 20 23:48  Withdrawal  -1500 x  54.19 / 168 * 0.077 =  -37.25
Fri Jul 20 12:52  Deposit       273 x  65.13 / 168 * 0.077 =    8.14
Fri Jul 20 09:29  Deposit       304 x  68.51 / 168 * 0.077 =    9.54
Thu Jul 19 23:05  Deposit       606 x  78.90 / 168 * 0.077 =   21.91
Thu Jul 19 12:17  Deposit      1578 x  89.71 / 168 * 0.077 =   64.88
Thu Jul 19 04:44  Deposit       241 x  97.26 / 168 * 0.077 =   10.74
Thu Jul 19 00:47  Deposit       339 x 101.21 / 168 * 0.077 =   15.72
Wed Jul 18 12:56  Deposit       750 x 113.06 / 168 * 0.077 =   38.86
Wed Jul 18 11:33  Deposit       295 x 114.45 / 168 * 0.077 =   15.47
Wed Jul 18 00:38  Deposit       356 x 125.35 / 168 * 0.077 =   20.45
Wed Jul 18 00:23  Deposit       538 x 125.61 / 168 * 0.077 =   30.97
Tue Jul 17 06:40  Withdrawal  -1000 x 143.33 / 168 * 0.077 =  -65.69
Tue Jul 17 00:53  Deposit       649 x 149.11 / 168 * 0.077 =   44.35
Mon Jul 16 15:12  Starting   107817 x 168.00 / 168 * 0.077 = 8301.90
Do you contest these numbers?

I suggest that you audit your business, since we apparently know more about what you are making than you do.

why bother when there are apparently no shortage of 'experts' willing to do that for me? Cheesy
When you're holding >$1 million of other people's money I'd like to think you maintain good books  Wink
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August 06, 2012, 03:29:56 PM
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he's using vandroiy logic:

(interest + withdrawals) > 8000

withdrawals = ??

therefore interest > 8000

Here's how the recent interest payments correspond to entries in the blockchain.  There's a really close correspondence between the calculated interest and the actual interest.  The difference is explained by the fact that BS&T calculates interest from the minute payment is received, but all I see are block timestamps which will be close to but different from the time the transactions were made.

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Week Ending Mon Jul 23 06:00                          Total: 8470.32 (actual interest paid: 8471.00)

Date              Type       Amount x  Hours / 168 *  Rate = Subtotal
Sun Jul 22 15:51  Withdrawal  -1500 x  14.14 / 168 * 0.077 =   -9.72  
Fri Jul 20 23:48  Withdrawal  -1500 x  54.19 / 168 * 0.077 =  -37.25
Fri Jul 20 12:52  Deposit       273 x  65.13 / 168 * 0.077 =    8.14
Fri Jul 20 09:29  Deposit       304 x  68.51 / 168 * 0.077 =    9.54
Thu Jul 19 23:05  Deposit       606 x  78.90 / 168 * 0.077 =   21.91
Thu Jul 19 12:17  Deposit      1578 x  89.71 / 168 * 0.077 =   64.88
Thu Jul 19 04:44  Deposit       241 x  97.26 / 168 * 0.077 =   10.74
Thu Jul 19 00:47  Deposit       339 x 101.21 / 168 * 0.077 =   15.72
Wed Jul 18 12:56  Deposit       750 x 113.06 / 168 * 0.077 =   38.86
Wed Jul 18 11:33  Deposit       295 x 114.45 / 168 * 0.077 =   15.47
Wed Jul 18 00:38  Deposit       356 x 125.35 / 168 * 0.077 =   20.45
Wed Jul 18 00:23  Deposit       538 x 125.61 / 168 * 0.077 =   30.97
Tue Jul 17 06:40  Withdrawal  -1000 x 143.33 / 168 * 0.077 =  -65.69
Tue Jul 17 00:53  Deposit       649 x 149.11 / 168 * 0.077 =   44.35
Mon Jul 16 15:12  Starting   107817 x 168.00 / 168 * 0.077 = 8301.90
Do you contest these numbers?

I suggest that you audit your business, since we apparently know more about what you are making than you do.

why bother when there are apparently no shortage of 'experts' willing to do that for me? Cheesy
When you're holding >$1 million of other people's money I'd like to think you maintain good books  Wink

Technically speaking he is not holding 1 satoshi for other people

It is not called a "Pass Through" for nothing  Wink
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August 06, 2012, 03:31:52 PM
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Technically speaking he is not holding 1 satoshi for other people

It is not called a "Pass Through" for nothing  Wink
In the legal sense though, he is  Wink
Still, if I were an investor I'd like to think someone holding so much currency would have a good idea of what their business financials were like  Tongue
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August 06, 2012, 04:38:56 PM
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on the withdrawal page, members will now be able to see the site-wide withdrawal queue (with usernames other than your own being hidden).

this will help show the lender where they are in the queue, and help them to estimate how long until they get their request filled.


Wonderful feature, very informative! thank you!
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August 06, 2012, 09:10:28 PM
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Payment received Smiley

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August 06, 2012, 09:16:25 PM
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hmmm i got intrest in my earnings report but it doesnt show up in my  balance :x

edit : nvm its fixed now ! thanks <3
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August 06, 2012, 09:30:20 PM
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hmmm i got intrest in my earnings report but it doesnt show up in my  balance :x

edit : nvm its fixed now ! thanks <3

there's a small delay between when you view things at 21:00 and when the script reaches your account for processing (in looping through all the members). usually takes about 10 minutes because i also force a small delay (a 'sleep' command) within the script between members, so as not to hammer blockchain.info with the api requests.

all are processed now and paid out, and all withdrawals cleared.
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August 06, 2012, 09:32:44 PM
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Withdrawal request filled within hours and interest payment paid. Smiley

I was also one of those saved from double click withdrawal mistake and really appreciate the new implementation.

Thanks for the wonderfully quick service Paybtc!

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August 06, 2012, 09:39:37 PM
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Withdrawal request filled within hours and interest payment paid. Smiley

I was also one of those saved from double click withdrawal mistake and really appreciate the new implementation.

Thanks for the wonderfully quick service Paybtc!

no problem... maybe i should just fix the double-click thing Cheesy
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August 06, 2012, 09:45:51 PM
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Withdrawal request filled within hours and interest payment paid. Smiley

I was also one of those saved from double click withdrawal mistake and really appreciate the new implementation.

Thanks for the wonderfully quick service Paybtc!

no problem... maybe i should just fix the double-click thing Cheesy


Your site is great and really it's my trigger finger that is to blame. Cheesy

I'm sure won't be my last time as I made a similar mistake with a deposit at Hashking's.

I felt terrible creating more busy work for him and sending a pm, so the canceling worked out really well.
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August 06, 2012, 10:19:33 PM
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Withdrawal request filled within hours and interest payment paid. Smiley

I was also one of those saved from double click withdrawal mistake and really appreciate the new implementation.

Thanks for the wonderfully quick service Paybtc!

no problem... maybe i should just fix the double-click thing Cheesy


Your site is great and really it's my trigger finger that is to blame. Cheesy

I'm sure won't be my last time as I made a similar mistake with a deposit at Hashking's.

I felt terrible creating more busy work for him and sending a pm, so the canceling worked out really well.

If you don't have a unique request token, how do you protect from csrf attacks?

https://www.bitcoin.org/bitcoin.pdf
While no idea is perfect, some ideas are useful.
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August 06, 2012, 10:21:44 PM
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Withdrawal request filled within hours and interest payment paid. Smiley

I was also one of those saved from double click withdrawal mistake and really appreciate the new implementation.

Thanks for the wonderfully quick service Paybtc!

no problem... maybe i should just fix the double-click thing Cheesy


Your site is great and really it's my trigger finger that is to blame. Cheesy

I'm sure won't be my last time as I made a similar mistake with a deposit at Hashking's.

I felt terrible creating more busy work for him and sending a pm, so the canceling worked out really well.

If you don't have a unique request token, how do you protect from csrf attacks?

no time for a detailed reply just yet, so i'll just leave this link here: http://codeigniter.com
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August 06, 2012, 10:24:09 PM
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Withdrawal request filled within hours and interest payment paid. Smiley

I was also one of those saved from double click withdrawal mistake and really appreciate the new implementation.

Thanks for the wonderfully quick service Paybtc!

no problem... maybe i should just fix the double-click thing Cheesy


Your site is great and really it's my trigger finger that is to blame. Cheesy

I'm sure won't be my last time as I made a similar mistake with a deposit at Hashking's.

I felt terrible creating more busy work for him and sending a pm, so the canceling worked out really well.

If you don't have a unique request token, how do you protect from csrf attacks?

no time for a detailed reply just yet, so i'll just leave this link here: http://codeigniter.com


Ah, thanks.  I'm stuck on a tablet this week, so view source wasn't an option.

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