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August 22, 2020 at 3:26 pm in reply to: Exchange rates do not show via wiget or shortcode. #9186
Solved the issue.
Having more time to troubleshoot the issue i noticed i also had a connection refused using port 9150 when i changed ports. so i guess this may be an issue with my nginx because i proxy apache through it so since nginx is used as a reverse proxy i unticked *Use tor to pull exchange rates*
After doing so the error mentioned in the post above this is gone.
However the same problem with exchange rates not showing in the front end was still there.
From here i had to take a look at the Exchange rates providers 1 by 1 and make sure api was correct for the one’s that needed it.
Turns out the only provider’s that work for me are
(I don’t use fixer or neither have i tested it during this troubleshoot)
Using any of those 3 provider’s the rates now show as expected on the front end.
Not sure if anyone else had this issue however if anyone does hopes this helps.August 22, 2020 at 12:22 pm in reply to: Exchange rates do not show via wiget or shortcode. #9185
Upon further inspection i noticed this error.
PHP curl returned error while pulling rates: Failed connect to 127.0.0.1:9050; Connection refused
Much appreciated, thank you so much.
Amazing, that’s exactly what i need.
Thank you. I express my gratitude.
Ty, I’ll take that to account.
I guess all i have left to ask is if i make a withdraw the first month for example, 0.005
And i wait two months to make the 2nd withdraw I’d have to keep track of the previous withdraw amount and calculate that as well?
Fees paid to withdrawals – number of withdraws*coinpayments network fee – 0.005 = earned commission
Oops this is what i meant.
Fees paid to withdrawals – number of withdraws*coinpayments network fee = earned commission
It’s pretty much
My Fixed fee – number of withdraws*coinpayments network fee = earned commission
Thank you for the reply, this definitely helps.June 3, 2020 at 3:13 am in reply to: Withdrawal fee (fixed) vs Withdrawal fee (propotional)? #8506
Solved. I had a moment there.