@adam From looking at the activity on my node I'd guess the liquidity on a fountain.fm to Podcast Index channel got blown out somewhere.
PayPal wants to control your live streams and user interaction!
"PayPal requires pre-approval to accept payments for certain services"
"Any activities in which people transmit video, voice or text content in a live environment with the potential of user interaction."
Seems my boosts haven't been getting through to podcasting2.0 yesterday (22k twice, partially went) or MoeFactz today (84k). (Though a 9999 one to BowlafterBowl didn't have issues. I have better luck under 10k it seems)
Also the wallet shows the Sats missing until I refill it, then it all re-appears, along with the new deposit. Being able to see a list of pending transactions would be handier then trying to second guess it from looking at the balance.
My take on fees: as an app developer I have control on the amount of fees the app takes, but no control on those put by other services or intermediaries: the hosting company and podcast index come to my mind at this time.
The app is chosen by the user, so the app’s fee should be payed by the user on top of the total amount. Intermediaries like the hosting service or podcast index are chosen by the podcaster, so their fees should be taken from the podcaster’s cut.
Finally, I'm working on the UI/UX to let the listener decide the percentage of each transaction that goes to the app, letting CCs fees truly be v4v. I'm trusting that v4v will be the best course, but if I'm completely honest, it can be daunting to trust that v4v works when it really does seem like it's 5-10% of the users that actually provide treasure, but then someone like @petar comes along with a 5,000,000 sat boost and make it seem like it all may just work out.
@adam The Rode Rodecaster Pro II is 700 at Sweetwater ;-(
Seems CC is having trouble live boosting to rare encounter podcast. Not just me either. Also not streaming sats either.
New song by Signs Of New Growth (S.O.N.G.) - USA.
This is our poetic eulogy for the United States of America:
I have channels that the activity is balanced but the channel is not merely because I am the one that opened it, but now for some reason that means raising fees. I might start closing these channels if sats aren't allowed to flow both ways.
I've pushed coffee, code and music, not necessarily in that order.
Producer of the No Agenda podcast.
Intended for all stake holders of podcasting who are interested in improving the eco system