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Technical Support / Re: Fastcoin-qt.exe is not responding
« on: August 13, 2017, 09:37:06 AM »
I solved it by NOT running the wallet.
I mean, after installation you have choice to run the wallet or not.
DONOT run it. Close immediately.
Then download bkchain, extract, copy etc....

That fix it.
Let me know.

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Technical Support / Re: Conflicted payments, lost Fastcoins
« on: July 20, 2017, 07:49:43 AM »
First of all, here there are bigger tech experts here (that I'm not), I guess a little shy lately.
If you've got 1200 FTS, you must have an huge equipment ergo a bigger understanding than I have not.

If I got it right, you have conflicts when you've sent FST from your PC wallet toward your Cryptopia wallet.
All I can say is:
- make a copy of your PC wallet
- open a help ticket on Cryptopia
- ask help to fastcoin.ca via email

I don't know if I'm the lucky man, but in 4 years never a stuck  coin. 90% I've used Livecoin, Cryptopia rarely.
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Consider also... how much time has passed?
If this can help, once I did a withdrawal (Euro) from Coincorner. Nothing happened. The online assistant worked great but, hey... I found out that there was NO SIGN of my withdrawal order. I thought "They screwed me", instead after 5 days, $$ came on my account

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Technical Support / Re: No Block Source Available
« on: July 17, 2017, 06:39:07 AM »
Glad to know you're resolved. Anyway, my nodes from the wallet, vers. 10:

62.210.122.161:9526
120.27.142.131:9333
104.131.142.198:7999
89.98.140.88:9333
66.181.139.19:9333

[2604:1500:811c:2501:25c1:e041:b86f:b8b0]:9526
via [2001:0:5ef5:79fd:34c6:3d7a:b293:c528]:51285

62.210.122.161:9526
101.200.139.83:9335

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Technical Support / Re: No Block Source Available
« on: July 16, 2017, 08:13:18 PM »
I don't know how to find the nodes address on wallet vers. 8, can't find the command on the console (anyone who know that, pls post it here).
I know easily how find the nodes list from the wallet vers. 10, but I'll post those tomorrow... by 10 hours from now (it's on another PC, another place).

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Technical Support / Re: No Block Source Available
« on: July 16, 2017, 06:53:43 PM »
1 wallet version 8, win8.1..... running ok
1wallet version 10, win 8.1.... running ok

Have no idea.
Maybe your system updated some stuff and your firewall ban the client?

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Technical Support / Re: Stuck Transactions - even with Cryptopia
« on: July 12, 2017, 07:27:47 AM »
Mustafa, put your Wallett address here (FST address resident on your PC wallet/client, not the one on Cryptopia) and I'm sending you 4 FST from my Cryptopia account.

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Problems Solved / Re: Stole 134,781.93297886 FST
« on: July 06, 2017, 09:05:20 AM »
This for generale purpouse. I paste what below in case of STUCK transactions.
All below is refered to BITCOIN. I wonder if experts (not me) can find a way to do the same on FASTCOIN.
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After You’ve Sent It

If you’ve already sent a transaction and it gets stuck, that transaction can, in some cases, be made to “jump the queue.”

Opt-in Replace-by-fee


The easiest way to make your transaction jump the queue is using an option called Opt-In Replace-by-Fee (Opt-In RBF). This lets you re-send the same transaction, but with a higher fee.

In most cases, when the same transaction is re-sent over the network, but with a higher fee, the new transaction is rejected by the network. Bitcoin nodes typically consider this new transaction a double spend, and will therefore not accept or relay it.

But when sending a transaction using Opt-In RBF, you essentially tell the network you may re-send that same transaction later on, but with a higher fee. As a result, most Bitcoin nodes will accept the new transaction in favor of the older one; allowing the new transaction to jump the queue.

Whether your new transaction will be included in the very next block does depend on which miner mines that next block: not all miners support Opt-In RBF. However, enough miners support the option to, in all likelihood, have your transaction included in one of the next couple blocks.

Opt-In RBF is currently supported by two wallets: Electrum and GreenAddress. Depending on the wallet, you may need to enable Opt-In RBF in the settings menu before you send the (first) transaction.

Child Pays for Parent

If your wallet does not support Opt-In RBF, things get a bit more complex.

Child Pays for Parent (CPFP) may do the trick. Applying CPFP, miners don’t necessarily pick the transactions that include the most fees, but instead pick a set of transactions that include most combined fees.

Without getting into too many technical details, most outgoing transactions do not only send bitcoins to the receiver, but they also send “change” back to you. You can spend this change in a next transaction.

Some wallets let you spend this change even while it is still unconfirmed, so you can send this change to yourself in a new transaction. This time, make sure to include a high enough fee to compensate for the original low fee transaction. A miner should pick up the whole set of transactions and confirm them all at once.

If your wallet does not let you select which bitcoins to spend exactly — meaning you cannot specifically spend the unconfirmed change — you can try spending allfunds in the wallet to yourself; this should include the change.

Like Opt-In RBF, not all miners currently support CPFP. But enough of them do to probably have your transaction confirmed in one of the next blocks.

Or…

If neither Opt-In RBF nor CPFP are an option, you can technically still try and transmit the original transaction with a higher fee. This is typically referred to as “full replace-by-fee,” which some miners accept. However, publicly available wallets currently do not support this as an option.

Otherwise, you may just have to wait either until the transaction confirms or until the bitcoins reappear in your wallet. It’s important to note that until a transaction confirms, the bitcoins are technically still in your wallet — it’s just that it often doesn’t appear that way. The bitcoins are not literally “stuck” on the network and cannot get lost.

As the Receiver

Of course, a transaction can also get stuck if you’re on the receiving end of it.

If your wallet allows spending unconfirmed transactions, this can be solved with CPFP as well. Much like as mentioned before, you can re-spend the unconfirmed, incoming bitcoins to yourself, including a fee high enough to compensate for the initial low fee transaction. If the new fee is sufficient, the transaction should typically confirm within a couple of blocks.

The only other option is to ask the sender whether he used Opt-In RBF. If so, he can re-send the transaction with a higher fee.

The post What to Do if Your Bitcoin Transaction Gets « Stuck » appeared first on Bitcoin Magazine.

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Problems Solved / Re: Stole 134,781.93297886 FST
« on: July 01, 2017, 01:33:41 PM »
I've followed the discussion and the main useful points herefor everybody are that you must:
1- avoid (and I always did avoid) to do HUUUUGE single transactions. I mean, here we're talking of sending 100k+ FST in one single transaction.... now forget their value**$**... would you do a single transaction with 100k Bitcoin?
2- avoid (and I always did avoid) to do transactions **DIRECTLY** from two different exchangers. Do Prefer EXCH1 ----> FST WALLET ----> EXCH2
3- play your games, trades etc... then store 95% of what you have into your PC wallet

That said, remember that is impossible to steal cryptocoins directly from the blockchain. The only ones who can steal (or make it disappear because of technical glitches) are the exchangers.

Never mind what they replied you from the 2 exchangers, the problem lays into either Cryptopia or Livecoin.

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Project Management / Re: Thing that can help the growth of fastcoin
« on: September 26, 2014, 05:55:16 PM »
Excuse me if I'm posting here.
I see some few days ago you posted "FastCoin is getting ready for something big!" on the chat page.
Is it just a - human - whishful thinking or is there something more on the way?

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245k and holding

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Fastcoin Discussion / Re: tell your amount of fastcoins
« on: September 04, 2014, 07:11:44 AM »
180,000 FST
Not trading. Long term.

Now,  the hard question: is Dev team alive or is it gone?
There were great expectactions on 2013 year end.
The minimum thing to do: a new website.
Too low quality graphics.

An user posted a "new style" for the website..... of course, with fake texts and headline, but the layout was good.
What has been?

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Wiped out.
It's ok.
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Loooong term....

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That filthy order is still there.
Look at price.
0.00001770

One opens the order book, just read the sell column and thinks......"wow that's a trap" last trade was 0.00001770 but the very first sell order is 0.00001366...... 23% below.

So it could be only a "graphic" issue..... hope nobody is hacking crypsty.

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Fastcoin Discussion / Fake sell order on CRYPSTY's FST/BTC book orders
« on: January 23, 2014, 01:59:05 PM »
Check first sell order on the list.
It's waaaay under the best buy order.................. 0.00001366!!!
How can it be? It should be wiped out from the best buy order.
It's there since 2 days.
I wrote to the CRYSPTY manager, but no response.
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P.S. I'm glad anyway to see an uptrend since yesterday, and big volumes. I'm here for the long vision.

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That's a great news.
FST must be different from other currencies. Push less the "Mining" and spread much the "currency" as the new coin to buy online.
About this promoting..... underline very strongly the "Speed" and low "Diluition" of the currency..... so strong future value growth.

I don't mine (for the moment). I'm not running for a 5-10% gain. I get only half of all gekkos' discussions, eheh... but I see genuine interest, excitement and euphoria.
I'm an happy buyer and camper into this currency which I think would become 1st coin in next generation virtual currencies.

Buy & Bye from Italy.
Fastcoinrules

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Fastcoin Discussion / Re: 1/16/14 - 5.4 Milions coins!!!!
« on: January 17, 2014, 09:32:04 PM »
I meant.... yesterday I see on Crypsty 5.4 Mils of coins were traded.
When the bubble happened in December, 3 Mils, then 3Mils then 1Mils coins were traded. And I see the Value spiked to 0.03 BTC.

I think the 5.4 Mils traded yesterday could point to a major uptrend.

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