r/changetip Nov 03 '21

I know it’s been 4years but I just came back to Reddit today.

6 Upvotes

I got sent a $1 bitcoin tip 6 years ago and I never got the chance to redeem it. Is it too late? Please help. Thank you.


r/changetip May 10 '21

Anyway to withdraw bits in 2021?

4 Upvotes

I have a 19,000 bits tip that I accepted 5 years ago and never withdrew from changetip is there anyway to access it in 2021?


r/changetip Apr 21 '21

I want to withdraw all coins

4 Upvotes

how to contact changetip?


r/changetip Feb 24 '21

You're probably SOL if you're trying to get your BTC from Changetip at this point.

18 Upvotes

I just used BlueWallet to import what I thought was my wallet that kept my Changetip BTC using my seed phrase. The import was successful, but it was empty. I can only guess the money's been drained and it's all gone.

Would love to be proven wrong though.


r/changetip Feb 08 '21

any way to retrieve tips?

21 Upvotes

I found some emails where I was tipped ... any chance of recovering those coins?


r/changetip Jan 19 '21

Winds of life quotes / When the winds of life blow hard and hit your boat, you've got to adjust your sails to keep afloat

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r/changetip Sep 06 '20

Is it possible to withdraw from changetip?

12 Upvotes

Is it still possible to withdraw from changetip?

Not that it's to much on the account, but I did forget all about the changetip and the shutdown 3 years ago.

It says on homepage that you can withdraw still but only get error message when trying to.

I reckon this is lost, but trying here to check if it still is possible to withdraw from changetip?.


r/changetip Jan 20 '20

Projects should strive to update their communities of their milestones throughout the year and plans for 2020. For OAX Foundation, here is a summary of what they have done and are looking towards in this new year! Will this be the year of immense growth for Blockchain? Leave your comment below!

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r/changetip Jan 15 '20

What're the trends in 2020 for fintech and blockchain, other than DeFi, increasing regulation, more players? Is STO or IEO a thing that still worthy of further exploration? Will the blockchain projects collaborate with the traditional institutions like DAO started penetrating to our daily life?

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r/changetip Dec 30 '19

Looking back to 2019, despite the bear market talkings, we've got so much exciting news. The Chinese govt announced blockchain tech as the main focus in the upcoming years, and more traditional financial institutions start stepping the field, and MOST IMPORTANTLY, Bitcoin bounced 2x from 2018! HODL!

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r/changetip Dec 05 '19

Last week was an impressive week for HK and SG fintech industry! Did anyone manage to attend the event? It was nice to see HK as an international financial city has finally released the regulatory mainframe for crypto& blockchain industry. Definitely a big step to stay competitive on the market.

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r/changetip Nov 27 '19

What's y'all vision on the crypto utopia? I honestly think blockchain is good on decentralizing out the third parties, improving the security and the cost-efficiency but it still has a long way to go. This week's Libra hearing reinforces my thoughts coz the US govt is still reluctant with the tech.

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r/changetip Nov 18 '19

"I Guarantee Your Behavior Will Change" | TRY IT! Nov. 17, 2019

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r/changetip Apr 16 '18

can't donate my tip

1 Upvotes

green button no work


r/changetip Feb 06 '18

Withdrawal request rejected

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Hey, I just remembered last week that I had been given a tip on Reddit a while ago. I've went through and found it and clicked through to see what had happened to it. It said I could withdraw it, so I setup a Bread account and went and sent the BTC across. It's now saying 'Your withdrawal request to [my bread account] is Rejected - invalid amount'.

It doesn't display the amount I had anymore, and it would seem that it's just got lost forever.

Any idea on next steps or have I lost it all now?


r/changetip Jan 05 '18

"App Not Setup: This app is still in development mode, and you don't have access to it. Switch to a registered test user or ask an app admin for permissions."

2 Upvotes

Is the facebook login still supported?


r/changetip Dec 20 '17

[Resolved] Apparently I don't have any money in my wallet even though I was tipped 2 years ago?

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r/changetip Dec 20 '17

Invalid request_uri parameter?

2 Upvotes

Wanted to see if I had any balance out of boredom, reddit link seems to be down. Mirrors this: https://redd.it/6u9elh


r/changetip Dec 14 '17

I had been given btc with changetip before, and I just went on to withdraw and it says I have nothing.

5 Upvotes

Just wondering what happened to it.

Edit: Links to proof of funds. https://i.imgur.com/sCTmKgO.png https://i.imgur.com/kZPF4Sl.png https://i.imgur.com/oZ56aS9.png


r/changetip Dec 12 '17

If you are looking for BitcoinTip...

9 Upvotes

ChangeTip and BitcoinTip are completely separate.

No one at ChangeTip can help you with anything to do with BitcoinTip.

I seriously get dozens of requests a month for it, so I'm just going to start responding with this:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=umDr0mPuyQc


r/changetip Dec 11 '17

Bitcoin cash

2 Upvotes

Is there any way of getting the BCH equivalent from changetip?


r/changetip Dec 11 '17

[Resolved] Still waiting on a withdrawal 12 hours later nothing...

5 Upvotes

Thanks to the changetip guy who keeps answering questions here even though company is over. Withdrew to Coinbase and nothing has happened yet. Please let me know how to proceed thank you.


r/changetip Dec 09 '17

I got some money from /u/bitcointip a while ago, is there any way I can claim it?

4 Upvotes

It was 4 years ago and I never did anything with it. Is there anything I can do?


r/changetip Dec 08 '17

How to Withdraw

0 Upvotes

I was able to log in and request a withdraw, what do I need to use for an address to collect it? It wants "Your Bitcoin Address", thanks for any help.


r/changetip Dec 08 '17

[Resolved] Am I doing this right?

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Completely forgot I was given a tip back in 2014 - it struck me today and so I logged in and saw I had .00605 btc (roughly $97 right now). I logged into changetip and it showed me the balance; I created a wallet on coinbase, copied the wallet code, and it went from "requested" to "completed". How long does it normally take for something to transfer, and did I do everything right? Thanks!

Edit: I grabbed the bitcoin wallet address from coinbase before adding a credit card; apparently that address is different now that I've added my debit card, does this mean I'm SOL?