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Re: Multigateway User Support Thread
« Reply #260 on: August 21, 2014, 06:45:40 pm »

no withdraw address for 1.50000000
WARNING: no valid withdraw address for NXT.10366902444902381009 13157662669111249567
pending_withdraw 1.49980000 -> sum 0.00000000 numredeems.0 numoutputs.1

This withdrawal is mine. Please send to BTC address 13kTM1Zb3tk7Gf61nMW9ZqnfiadopPCzg4

NXT token:

52m9klhiq6p858g74s0iovma3lvl2le93d0ur8lbinuphm5tch1qec43t0k2oso1r12lbkqtcc147r9spl6332n05cpdsovu6egisrccqem0uh3ftsll6tkkb2rsb22i6arv3p098d71pr4sjh9t3nv6jrcm9omb
76b7a865c77b1f856441ff8a4529055991fa205889734afd1e8886f06c2626b0 for redeem 13157662669111249567

Received funds, thanks. Will new withdrawals be processed automatically, or would they still go into limbo?
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Re: Multigateway User Support Thread
« Reply #261 on: August 21, 2014, 06:52:42 pm »

Do you want us to stop using MGW for now or withe the last version 1.4.4 it's ok ?
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Re: Multigateway User Support Thread
« Reply #262 on: August 21, 2014, 06:59:23 pm »

no withdraw address for 1.50000000
WARNING: no valid withdraw address for NXT.10366902444902381009 13157662669111249567
pending_withdraw 1.49980000 -> sum 0.00000000 numredeems.0 numoutputs.1

This withdrawal is mine. Please send to BTC address 13kTM1Zb3tk7Gf61nMW9ZqnfiadopPCzg4

NXT token:

52m9klhiq6p858g74s0iovma3lvl2le93d0ur8lbinuphm5tch1qec43t0k2oso1r12lbkqtcc147r9spl6332n05cpdsovu6egisrccqem0uh3ftsll6tkkb2rsb22i6arv3p098d71pr4sjh9t3nv6jrcm9omb
76b7a865c77b1f856441ff8a4529055991fa205889734afd1e8886f06c2626b0 for redeem 13157662669111249567

Received funds, thanks. Will new withdrawals be processed automatically, or would they still go into limbo?
if you use the matched GUI, there should be no problems
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Re: Multigateway User Support Thread
« Reply #263 on: August 21, 2014, 07:00:13 pm »

Do you want us to stop using MGW for now or withe the last version 1.4.4 it's ok ?
the only problems appear to be withdraws using old GUI after DGS block 213000
i havent seen any issues when latest GUI is used
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Re: Multigateway User Support Thread
« Reply #264 on: August 21, 2014, 07:09:04 pm »

Where can I get 1.4.4? Multigateway.org still has 1.4.1, which is what I'm running now.

EDIT: Never mind, found it.
« Last Edit: August 21, 2014, 07:13:25 pm by eimon »
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Re: Multigateway User Support Thread
« Reply #265 on: August 21, 2014, 08:02:50 pm »

6758708682716337007 limbo tx paid with 47c957a2513e67ec3cc90eeb397badbbad2bdc43cb084541af6df20d241072a3
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Re: Multigateway User Support Thread
« Reply #266 on: August 21, 2014, 08:28:28 pm »

Where can I get 1.4.4? Multigateway.org still has 1.4.1, which is what I'm running now.

EDIT: Never mind, found it.

You say you found it so this is FYI of the thread:

But, the website says 1.4.1, but the zip file you get from that link says 1.4.4.

(can mgw folks fix the website link please?)
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Re: Multigateway User Support Thread
« Reply #267 on: August 21, 2014, 08:44:15 pm »

Where can I get 1.4.4? Multigateway.org still has 1.4.1, which is what I'm running now.

EDIT: Never mind, found it.

You say you found it so this is FYI of the thread:

But, the website says 1.4.1, but the zip file you get from that link says 1.4.4.

(can mgw folks fix the website link please?)

The software downloads page was updated, but a couple links in the User Guide were not. Thanks for reporting.
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Re: Multigateway User Support Thread
« Reply #268 on: August 22, 2014, 01:06:30 am »

txid c80dca1343515c1804f4ec7bf7dabc0179dc6eb9e0b89889e0ecea7938fe99c5 for redeem 14853910565451173419
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Re: Multigateway User Support Thread
« Reply #269 on: August 22, 2014, 03:04:08 am »

I am seeing some largish withdraws in limbo land:

WARNING: no valid withdraw address for NXT.16697765271528342977 5564329343168366404
pending_withdraw 5.28711778 -> sum 0.00000000 numredeems.0 numoutputs.1
no withdraw address for 6.00000000
WARNING: no valid withdraw address for NXT.16643157045435390826 1380395325434811724
pending_withdraw 5.99980000 -> sum 0.00000000 numredeems.0 numoutputs.1

I am running low on BTC! PLEASE UPDATE TO LATEST GUI
also if the above two are yours, you need to post token and I will manually send out the withdraw, but I cant do this much longer

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Re: Multigateway User Support Thread
« Reply #270 on: August 22, 2014, 03:09:07 am »

I am seeing some largish withdraws in limbo land:

WARNING: no valid withdraw address for NXT.16697765271528342977 5564329343168366404
pending_withdraw 5.28711778 -> sum 0.00000000 numredeems.0 numoutputs.1
no withdraw address for 6.00000000
WARNING: no valid withdraw address for NXT.16643157045435390826 1380395325434811724
pending_withdraw 5.99980000 -> sum 0.00000000 numredeems.0 numoutputs.1

I am running low on BTC! PLEASE UPDATE TO LATEST GUI
also if the above two are yours, you need to post token and I will manually send out the withdraw, but I cant do this much longer

James

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Re: Multigateway User Support Thread
« Reply #271 on: August 22, 2014, 03:19:16 am »


How do you think of such a case of three mgw servers owned by three bitcoin exchange? For example, BTCChina, OKCoin and Huobi own one of those three servers separately. Will we get a reference market for their own centralized server market through this mgw? Will those exchanges or any other centralized exchanges have interest to operate mgw server?
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Re: Multigateway User Support Thread
« Reply #272 on: August 22, 2014, 03:19:23 am »

How long does it take to withdraw btc from mgwBTC into a normal btc wallet?
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Re: Multigateway User Support Thread
« Reply #273 on: August 22, 2014, 03:23:30 am »

I am seeing some largish withdraws in limbo land:

WARNING: no valid withdraw address for NXT.16697765271528342977 5564329343168366404
pending_withdraw 5.28711778 -> sum 0.00000000 numredeems.0 numoutputs.1
no withdraw address for 6.00000000
WARNING: no valid withdraw address for NXT.16643157045435390826 1380395325434811724
pending_withdraw 5.99980000 -> sum 0.00000000 numredeems.0 numoutputs.1

I am running low on BTC! PLEASE UPDATE TO LATEST GUI
also if the above two are yours, you need to post token and I will manually send out the withdraw, but I cant do this much longer

James

What? Isn't there a way for them to re-request the transfer or do a correcting entry? I assume you can get the servers to reimburse you?
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Re: Multigateway User Support Thread
« Reply #274 on: August 22, 2014, 03:55:14 am »

I am seeing some largish withdraws in limbo land:

WARNING: no valid withdraw address for NXT.16697765271528342977 5564329343168366404
pending_withdraw 5.28711778 -> sum 0.00000000 numredeems.0 numoutputs.1
no withdraw address for 6.00000000
WARNING: no valid withdraw address for NXT.16643157045435390826 1380395325434811724
pending_withdraw 5.99980000 -> sum 0.00000000 numredeems.0 numoutputs.1

I am running low on BTC! PLEASE UPDATE TO LATEST GUI
also if the above two are yours, you need to post token and I will manually send out the withdraw, but I cant do this much longer

James

What? Isn't there a way for them to re-request the transfer or do a correcting entry? I assume you can get the servers to reimburse you?
I tell you that multisig is a pain and to withdraw without messing up the exact to the satoshi MGW balances, that is a bit of brain surgery. My plan is to make a list of limbo tx that are automatically cancelled, then there will be an overall MGW credit balance matching the amount that I have reimbursed. At that point I will ask to get some mgwBTC transfered to me without any additional costs (as I have already paid) and then I can withdraw normally.

The alternative is to, not sure what other way to do this actually.
multisig is a big pain in the ...

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Re: Multigateway User Support Thread
« Reply #275 on: August 22, 2014, 03:58:32 am »

I am seeing some largish withdraws in limbo land:

WARNING: no valid withdraw address for NXT.16697765271528342977 5564329343168366404
pending_withdraw 5.28711778 -> sum 0.00000000 numredeems.0 numoutputs.1
no withdraw address for 6.00000000
WARNING: no valid withdraw address for NXT.16643157045435390826 1380395325434811724
pending_withdraw 5.99980000 -> sum 0.00000000 numredeems.0 numoutputs.1

I am running low on BTC! PLEASE UPDATE TO LATEST GUI
also if the above two are yours, you need to post token and I will manually send out the withdraw, but I cant do this much longer

James

What? Isn't there a way for them to re-request the transfer or do a correcting entry? I assume you can get the servers to reimburse you?
I tell you that multisig is a pain and to withdraw without messing up the exact to the satoshi MGW balances, that is a bit of brain surgery. My plan is to make a list of limbo tx that are automatically cancelled, then there will be an overall MGW credit balance matching the amount that I have reimbursed. At that point I will ask to get some mgwBTC transfered to me without any additional costs (as I have already paid) and then I can withdraw normally.

The alternative is to, not sure what other way to do this actually.
multisig is a big pain in the ...

James

I was thinking you could code something so that someone that had a bad withdrawal could send an arbitrary message with a withdrawal address and the mgw could match that to the orphaned transaction and pay it out.

But, what you say makes sense. Just have some escrowed mgwBTC sent to you, and request the withdrawal yourself. That should work. But, pretty manual work for you, and I know you are pretty busy.
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Re: Multigateway User Support Thread
« Reply #276 on: August 22, 2014, 04:15:28 am »

I am seeing some largish withdraws in limbo land:

WARNING: no valid withdraw address for NXT.16697765271528342977 5564329343168366404
pending_withdraw 5.28711778 -> sum 0.00000000 numredeems.0 numoutputs.1
no withdraw address for 6.00000000
WARNING: no valid withdraw address for NXT.16643157045435390826 1380395325434811724
pending_withdraw 5.99980000 -> sum 0.00000000 numredeems.0 numoutputs.1

I am running low on BTC! PLEASE UPDATE TO LATEST GUI
also if the above two are yours, you need to post token and I will manually send out the withdraw, but I cant do this much longer

James

What? Isn't there a way for them to re-request the transfer or do a correcting entry? I assume you can get the servers to reimburse you?
I tell you that multisig is a pain and to withdraw without messing up the exact to the satoshi MGW balances, that is a bit of brain surgery. My plan is to make a list of limbo tx that are automatically cancelled, then there will be an overall MGW credit balance matching the amount that I have reimbursed. At that point I will ask to get some mgwBTC transfered to me without any additional costs (as I have already paid) and then I can withdraw normally.

The alternative is to, not sure what other way to do this actually.
multisig is a big pain in the ...

James

I was thinking you could code something so that someone that had a bad withdrawal could send an arbitrary message with a withdrawal address and the mgw could match that to the orphaned transaction and pay it out.

But, what you say makes sense. Just have some escrowed mgwBTC sent to you, and request the withdrawal yourself. That should work. But, pretty manual work for you, and I know you are pretty busy.
I think once people transition to the new GUI this wont be an issue and it is much less work to verify a token and send out the BTC than try to slam in some order canceling AM command. What happens if the withdraw goes out just as the command comes in? I cant think of all the things that could go wrong and it seemed like no need to do it, so I didnt

James

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Re: Multigateway User Support Thread
« Reply #277 on: August 22, 2014, 04:21:38 am »

How long does it take to withdraw btc from mgwBTC into a normal btc wallet?
hard to say exact time
i hour is probably about as long as it could take, but with some long times between NXT blocks due to hardfork it could take a bit longer in some cases.
so, dont be waiting for it staring at screen. Do the withdraw, then go do something else for a while.
when you get back it should be there
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Re: Multigateway User Support Thread
« Reply #278 on: August 22, 2014, 08:08:14 am »

hi,

i made a withdrawal of btc 1.11897418 yesterday evening. it didn't appeared in my btc wallet by now..

tx is: 12186265763656369014
confirmations: 423

thanks for fixing.
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Re: Multigateway User Support Thread
« Reply #279 on: August 22, 2014, 08:13:38 am »

hi,

i made a withdrawal of btc 1.11897418 yesterday evening. it didn't appeared in my btc wallet by now..

tx is: 12186265763656369014
confirmations: 423

thanks for fixing.
please submit a token from the acct that did the withdraw, also let me know the BTC address you want it to go to
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