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May 31, 2012, 09:03:48 PM
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I'm pretty sure he wanted exactly what I showed him on a sample page on my site, but I haven't heard back from him even though he logged in today. 

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June 01, 2012, 04:24:39 AM
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I'm pretty sure he wanted exactly what I showed him on a sample page on my site, but I haven't heard back from him even though he logged in today. 
I actually figured that Smiley but just in case the OP needed something different or someone else was looking for alt solutions searching around the forums i posted it any ways. Cheers mates!
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June 01, 2012, 02:21:11 PM
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Sorry, that i've not answered earlier.

But i found out, that that blockchain.info API is limited to 800 Requests in 8 Hours. That's properly enough for the beginning of my project but could become a problem in the future, so i would not like to relay on it.

So i'm still looking for another solution.

Bitcoin-abe looks nice to, but right now i'm limited to a webserver, so i could not run this on my server.
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June 01, 2012, 02:29:42 PM
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Sorry, that i've not answered earlier.

But i found out, that that blockchain.info API is limited to 800 Requests in 8 Hours. That's properly enough for the beginning of my project but could become a problem in the future, so i would not like to relay on it.

So i'm still looking for another solution.

Bitcoin-abe looks nice to, but right now i'm limited to a webserver, so i could not run this on my server.

Do you have physical access to your server?  Or can you at least have software installed?

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June 01, 2012, 02:42:19 PM
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Sorry, that i've not answered earlier.

But i found out, that that blockchain.info API is limited to 800 Requests in 8 Hours. That's properly enough for the beginning of my project but could become a problem in the future, so i would not like to relay on it.

So i'm still looking for another solution.

Bitcoin-abe looks nice to, but right now i'm limited to a webserver, so i could not run this on my server.

Do you have physical access to your server?  Or can you at least have software installed?

I've only access to the webserver via ftp.
But maybe i could get some software installed via the sys-admin. But i would be very happy if i could stuck to bitcoind rpc api and some other 100% relayable webservice.
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June 01, 2012, 05:53:28 PM
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Well, if you can install/run bitcoind on your own server, you can do the JSON queries there with no limit and (probably) faster performance.

PM me with more detail about what you're actually trying to do and why (transaction wise, I don't need to know your business idea).  I may have another solution to your problem.

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June 01, 2012, 09:33:20 PM
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Well, if you can install/run bitcoind on your own server, you can do the JSON queries there with no limit and (probably) faster performance.

PM me with more detail about what you're actually trying to do and why (transaction wise, I don't need to know your business idea).  I may have another solution to your problem.


....but right now i'm limited to a webserver, so i could not run this on my server.

I've only access to the webserver via ftp.

Looks like he doesn't have the requirements(which is full root Shell access, or a connection with the owner of the webhosting service... Tongue)
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June 04, 2012, 02:42:31 PM
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Well, if you can install/run bitcoind on your own server, you can do the JSON queries there with no limit and (probably) faster performance.

PM me with more detail about what you're actually trying to do and why (transaction wise, I don't need to know your business idea).  I may have another solution to your problem.


....but right now i'm limited to a webserver, so i could not run this on my server.

I've only access to the webserver via ftp.

Looks like he doesn't have the requirements(which is full root Shell access, or a connection with the owner of the webhosting service... Tongue)

I just change to a VPS where i've got root acces, so right now i'm able to try different ways like bitcoin-abe.
Does anybody use it? Could i do what i want with the help of bitcoin-abe?

Greetings,
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June 04, 2012, 04:34:57 PM
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Replying to this quote:
Well, if you can install/run bitcoind on your own server, you can do the JSON queries there with no limit and (probably) faster performance.

PM me with more detail about what you're actually trying to do and why (transaction wise, I don't need to know your business idea).  I may have another solution to your problem.


....but right now i'm limited to a webserver, so i could not run this on my server.

I've only access to the webserver via ftp.

Looks like he doesn't have the requirements(which is full root Shell access, or a connection with the owner of the webhosting service... Tongue)

I just change to a VPS where i've got root acces, so right now i'm able to try different ways like bitcoin-abe.
Does anybody use it? Could i do what i want with the help of bitcoin-abe?

Greetings,
Fredyy

Bitcoin-abe's database is basically a mirror image of the Block chain in a SQL database form. The only issues with it is that it takes up just about 9gb of harddrive space and requires about 1.2gb of ram :/
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June 04, 2012, 05:33:22 PM
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Bitcoin-abe's database is basically a mirror image of the Block chain in a SQL database form. The only issues with it is that it takes up just about 9gb of harddrive space and requires about 1.2gb of ram :/

Harddrive is no problem but 1,2 GB of RAM and the blockchain is getting bigger everyday sound not like a good solution on a VPS with 2 GB of RAM in total.
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June 04, 2012, 06:14:59 PM
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Rightnow i think the most important feature i'm looking for is a notification when a new payment occurs.
Blockchain.info uses this for the wallets hosted on their servers.

Is there a way to get bitcoind to send notifications or start a command when there is a new transaction, on my linux box?
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June 05, 2012, 01:00:05 AM
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Rightnow i think the most important feature i'm looking for is a notification when a new payment occurs.
Blockchain.info uses this for the wallets hosted on their servers.

Is there a way to get bitcoind to send notifications or start a command when there is a new transaction, on my linux box?

Once one is in the memory pool? (i.e. on 0/unconfirmed?)

Or are you asking about after it confirms?  If so:
 - http://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/a/1356/153

I believe this will do 0/unconfirmed:
 - http://www.bitcoinmonitor.net
 - http://www.bitcoinmonitor.net/apidoc  (see req_confirmations - Required confirmations)

Or perhaps:
 - https://bitping.net

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June 05, 2012, 06:00:18 PM
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June 05, 2012, 06:01:41 PM
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Rightnow i think the most important feature i'm looking for is a notification when a new payment occurs.
Blockchain.info uses this for the wallets hosted on their servers.

Is there a way to get bitcoind to send notifications or start a command when there is a new transaction, on my linux box?

Once one is in the memory pool? (i.e. on 0/unconfirmed?)

Or are you asking about after it confirms?  If so:
 - http://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/a/1356/153

I believe this will do 0/unconfirmed:
 - http://www.bitcoinmonitor.net
 - http://www.bitcoinmonitor.net/apidoc  (see req_confirmations - Required confirmations)

Or perhaps:
 - https://bitping.net
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thank you for your suggestions but i would like to do this without external providers. i would like to get som software running on my linux box to take care of this.
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June 05, 2012, 09:56:27 PM
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whats you're steam id Freddy? I Need to talk to you.
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June 11, 2012, 03:15:40 PM
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Freddy,

Did you get a working solution for your problem yet?


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August 21, 2012, 04:14:37 PM
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bitcoinraffle.co i am unable to send private messages for some reason, but i would be greatly appreciative of your php example to get the sender address of a transaction.  If you could please email it to cold.spitteler @ gmail.com
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