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Title: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on January 29, 2018, 06:42:52 PM

A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin (OZC)

https://i.imgur.com/v85JQVp.jpg (https://imgur.com/v85JQVp)



What OzzieCoin Is

OzzieCoin is a X11 algorithm based coin with a large premine conducted by the original developers, using a PoW backend (Proof Of Work). Mining with CPU/GPU, as well as X11 ASIC, is supported and encouraged. Acquired and part of the CWI-EcoSystem means that OzzieCoin has unprecedented access to an infrastructure unlike any other in the Crypto Industry. It also means the OzzieCoin Project has access to theTEAM - theGRID - theFARM and most of the other faculties (or 'CWI-Modules') that have been and are currently being developed within the CWI-EcoSystem. There are no external or third parties involved in the running or development of our backend Infrastructure or Systems, making ChainWorks Industries (CWI) a self sufficient, and self proficient Project Management source to support this amazing project, and it's sister projects.

Our aim, as we grow and develop, is to utilize ChainWorks Industries Pty Ltd (referred to as simply CWI) as being the backbone for the support and integration of the services being developed for use across the blockchain industry, with OzzieCoin being one of the Core Projects being brought to market.


Currency Specifications

Coin Type: PoW
Hashing Algorithm: X11
Time Between Blocks: 2.5 Minutes (180 Seconds)

Current Block Reward: 625OZC
Next Block Halving: No Halving - Coin Emission Static
Min/Max Stake in Days: No Staking
Premine: 11.5 Billion OzzieCoins  
Total Coins: 23 Billion OzzieCoins over 88 Years
Current Coin Supply: ~11.9 Billion (at time of writing)

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How To Get Involved

If you would like to help support the project and it's current and future developments, please visit our Github repo for all Developments and Source Code. Any changes made should be requested via git-pull and will be taken into account for future releases. For all questions or information, you can reach us on our slack channel while our ChainWorks Industries Website and OzzieCoin Domain/Website is currently being transferred and built.

OZC Source On the Official CWI GitHub: https://github.com/chainworksindustries/ozc/


Wallet Configuration

The configuration file should have at least the following in OzzieCoin.conf -

Code:
server=1
daemon=1
rpcport=39052
port=39042

Daemon Configuration

The configuration file should have at least the following in OzzieCoin.conf -

Code:
server=1
rpcport=39052
port=39042


Get OzzieCoin

Mac, Windows Wallet Downloads -

OZC v0.9.1.4

All current CWI wallets - https://mega.nz/folder/0Y8xHACb#4_DJKP5uUZJkdte5DquioQ

OZC Windows Wallet - N/A
OZC OSX Wallet - N/A
OZC Linux Flavours - N/A

Bootstrap - Current to 20 September 2018 - https://mega.nz/#!cN90nCzA!CVCi8ECObkRkbe1L1VNl-P6QWTMLLCWn3cyTtimOXjs

New Wallets are currently under way. All new wallets will have the CWI-SeedNodes hardcoded, which should make for a seamless and quick synchronization process.


How To Mine OzzieCoin on the Official CWI Mine - Citrine

A few simple steps ...

- Download the miner of your choice for the Mining Machine you wish to use.
- Setup the miner to use the Citrine settings.
Code:
Stratum and Port - stratum+tcp://citrine.chainworksindustries.com:3533/
User - <OZC-Address-Coins-Will-be-Sent-To>
PassWord - c=ozc
-  Set the miner to mine.

Please do remember that a LOT of Exchanges would prefer you NOT to mine directly to the address on the Exchange as it fragments the wallet in a pretty big way. Some Exchange will outright ban you. So instead, download the latest OZC Wallet from the Official CWI DownLoad Link and use an Address created from there.

Due to the production and use of ASIC X11 miners, we at CWI are looking at alternative algorithm choices, and are actually designing a new Algorithm to implement into OzzieCoin as soon as testing is thoroughly completed. This will make OzzieCoin a little more ASIC resistant, and once again allow for CPU and GPU miners to mine. In doing this, we hope to have a more 'even mining field'.

You can obviously Rent your hashrate from a variety of places, and Citrine is setup to handle that hashrate also. If need be, another port specifically for this High Hash will be setup if coming from places such as Rental Entities such as MiningRigRentals and NiceHash.


Blockchain Explorer

https://chainz.cryptoid.info/ozc/


Mining Pool

Official CWI Mine - http://citrine.chainworksindustries.com/


Trade Exchanges

Zapple Exchange - https://zapple.com/exchange/

Cryptopia (ozc) - https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Exchange/?market=OZC_BTC/

Cryptopia is Delisting OZC - and we have been working with another Exchange that we will publish here shortly. So the best thing to do for the time being is DownLoad the wallet from the Official Links above, setup and Address, and send the coins (when the Cryptopia Market reopens) to that new wallet address from the Exchange. At least until the new Exchange is published, and the Market ready to take new members to it.


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To reach us at ChainWorks Industries (CWI)

Website: http://chainworksindustries.com/
Email Direct: crysx@gnxs.com

CWI Discord Group - https://discord.gg/TVXRvrq

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This thread is a self-moderated thread, as constructive discussions and relevant communications are expected, respected and encouraged here, while disrespectful and irrelevant comments are not.
Please be respectful and join the discussions in as constructive way as possible.


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on January 29, 2018, 06:43:16 PM
reserved ...

for posts on updates and events ...

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: robert746 on January 29, 2018, 06:46:42 PM
new coin?


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: MacronMiner on January 29, 2018, 06:47:45 PM
OzzieCoin is a X11 algorithm based coin with no premine

Currency Specifications
Premine: 11.5 Billion OzzieCoins

Is there premine or not ?


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on January 29, 2018, 07:01:46 PM
Hi All!

This is NOT a new coin and it has had that premine since 2014.

If you look at the exchange link at Cryptopia, you will see it has been trading there in the BTC market for less than a week, but has been around for about FOUR YEARS in the LTC market there. Cryptopia has just removed the LTC and DOGE markets which allowed OZC a little breathing space to trade on the BTC.

I have deleted a few posts already, and I will continue to do so if you do not actually read the OP.

This is a NEW thread for an OLD coin, that we are continuing development. Since we have acquired the coin, the premine that we took control of has NOT been touched, nor will be, until we decide on HOW to distribute the premine, or destroy it eitherway. We will decide what to do later after the development has recommenced.

If you are unhappy with what you see, there is no need to leave a negative comment, just LEAVE. As forward as that is, it is basically all we will approve to have posted here.

The old thread, for your reference is here - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=578881

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: Cryptosapiens on January 29, 2018, 07:05:06 PM
11.5 million premine (50% of total coins) and the rest mined at a rate of 11.5 mill/88 years = 130.682 coins a year, means that even after 4 year's Dev's have (1-130.682*4/11.500.000)*100= 95.45% of all coins.

Amazing.


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on January 29, 2018, 07:16:47 PM
11.5 million premine (50% of total coins) and the rest mined at a rate of 11.5 mill/88 years = 130.682 coins a year, means that even after a year Dev's have (1-130.682/11.500.000)*100= 98.86% of all coins.

Amazing.

It means that the ORIGINAL plan by the ORIGINAL dev was to distribute ALL those premined coins to the public for FREE.

Before we acquired the coin, the original dev had given away more than 1.5BILLION OZC to the public from the premine, and we have the rest of the premine still here. We have NOT touched the premine nor intend to. We are determined to do something with them, but yet to decide what. Consideration for the redistribution of ALL the premine, or the the sale of ALL the premine, or some other way of moving them has been discussed at length in the last thread, and internally. In fact, we are in the same boat as most with regards to the premine, and really don't approve nor like it either. One of the reasons we have not touched it.

We are ChainWorks Industries (CWI) - and Australian business that is in NO condition, legally or morally, to do use the premine for any other purpose than to keep locked away until a fair and equitable decision is made as to what the future will hold for this massive premine.

Once again though, if you are uneasy about the conditions set, don;t bother with it. We have had this premine sitting in the wallet for about two years now, and would have been VERY easy for us to dump the entire premine when the massive trading run started a week ago. We didn;t and we won't. We certainly DO NOT have any intention of getting the law involved here, especially since we are a legitimate registered Australian BUSINESS, and not just a bunch of fly-by-nighters.

Again though, if there is ANY doubt on your part, leave it be, as we have every intention to make sure that anything done, is done legitimately and legally. We cannot afford to do it any other way.

Have a look yourself at how long the wallet has been in cold storage - https://chainz.cryptoid.info/ozc/#!rich

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: coin8coin on January 29, 2018, 07:30:07 PM
so would you please give us more info about the Chainworks Industries

Here I just googled and found you have posted several CWI projects

SweepStakeCoin: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2112735.0
CWIGM: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2054431.0
Influx: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1902017.0

maybe there are more others... been confused with what are CWI for ...


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on January 29, 2018, 08:22:44 PM
so would you please give us more info about the Chainworks Industries

Here I just googled and found you have posted several CWI projects

SweepStakeCoin: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2112735.0
CWIGM: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2054431.0
Influx: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1902017.0

maybe there are more others... been confused with what are CWI for ...


OK.

ChainWorks Industries (CWI) is the business that encompasses all the projects that you have posted, and more, all under one 'roof'. CWI encapsulates the collective that is Crypto, and is building the CWI-EcoSystem which the machine that each and every one of those projects work inside. Much more than just coins, or blockchain tech, or pools, or mining. CWI is all of the projects we are working on in one place.

This year, we are going to release a number of the projects we have been working on, while others are being shelved for the time being. From coins to the CWI-Stake system to theFARM. A massive undertaking that takes effort, money and most of all time.

All of the coins we have acquired, and have/are currently redeveloping, whereas a few other projects are projects we have been building, some of them from scratch. We want to provide an ecosystem that EVERYONE can use, and can use in an easy, straightforward manner, without the confusion and difficulty that we are experiencing today in Crypto. This is not easy, and we are determined to continue working on each of the components of the CWI-Project arsenal.

OzzieCoin was acquired a while ago, as were a the other coins (GRN DRZ INFX SWEEP), and the development will be restarted later this year for the coins.

theFARM was started long ago, as was the DBM project (which is being integrated into CWI-Mining), while some of the newer projects are only in their infancy (like CWI-Stake system and CWI-Fund).

We are not just a coin dev team, or just an idea that has popped up from nowhere. We have been doing this for many years now, personally over 5Years starting as a miner. So much more to come and so much more will be done, especially with the progress we have made already this year.

I hope that answers the question.

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: vertu1700 on January 30, 2018, 08:28:24 PM
Russian thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2852276.0

oUwtDszNB37Pe1beQy2QJfv52C6gBL217m


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: ora on January 31, 2018, 02:45:17 AM
All my OzzieCoin on my online wallet at OzzieCoin.com. How do I get them back? I only remember the email address I registered with OzzieCoin.com


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: kurimiri on January 31, 2018, 05:41:31 PM
at this price point with potential new development coming,
fairly low floats. just bought 10 million coins   ;D


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: Shackles on January 31, 2018, 11:20:59 PM
im a noob at crypto.i would just like to say that it is VERY nice that someone is on here explaining their coin and what is going on with it.i just put in a buy order for some ozziecoins.again THANKS.


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on February 01, 2018, 04:46:08 AM
Russian thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2852276.0

oUwtDszNB37Pe1beQy2QJfv52C6gBL217m

Hi,

We appreciate the work put in, but this thread is NOT authorized by CWI and was never commissioned by us. Any of the commissioned Language threads need to go through CWI, and as such, need to be controlled by CWI (ie - need a login to the thread so that we could have it changed anytime it needs to), so that ANY language threads that need to get done get commissioned to do so. Which includes prior discussion and payment (call it a bounty if you will).

If you wish to discuss this with us, please do. I am personally available on Skype for further discussion, and will happily make time.

I does look good however, though I cannot understand it, so verification as to the correctness of it is yet to be seen. We cannot endorse this thread until all the 'proper' channels and procedures are taken.

Thanks,

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on February 01, 2018, 04:49:39 AM
All my OzzieCoin on my online wallet at OzzieCoin.com. How do I get them back? I only remember the email address I registered with OzzieCoin.com

Hi,

That was a very long time ago, so we are unsure how that will go about.

We will need to try and contact the previous dev for this, and see what can be done, if anything at all. We are not talking a few days ago, but years now, so even though the chances of any success in this are very low, we will try anyway. We still have some contact on occasion with the previous dev, but I do not want to get your hopes up, just in case.

PM me the details of what you know and have, including approximate dates and times please.

Thanks,

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on February 01, 2018, 04:52:15 AM
at this price point with potential new development coming,
fairly low floats. just bought 10 million coins   ;D

Nice.

Personally, there should have been a LOT more mining on my part to fill my bags also, but the history shows that there are many that have and being one of theTEAM at CWI, I failed to fill my bags full enough.

See, even we fall behind in this as well. It happens.

Great work on your part though, and welcome.

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on February 01, 2018, 04:53:04 AM
im a noob at crypto.i would just like to say that it is VERY nice that someone is on here explaining their coin and what is going on with it.i just put in a buy order for some ozziecoins.again THANKS.

We appreciate that.

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: vertu1700 on February 01, 2018, 01:14:01 PM
Russian thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2852276.0

oUwtDszNB37Pe1beQy2QJfv52C6gBL217m

Hi,

We appreciate the work put in, but this thread is NOT authorized by CWI and was never commissioned by us. Any of the commissioned Language threads need to go through CWI, and as such, need to be controlled by CWI (ie - need a login to the thread so that we could have it changed anytime it needs to), so that ANY language threads that need to get done get commissioned to do so. Which includes prior discussion and payment (call it a bounty if you will).

If you wish to discuss this with us, please do. I am personally available on Skype for further discussion, and will happily make time.

I does look good however, though I cannot understand it, so verification as to the correctness of it is yet to be seen. We cannot endorse this thread until all the 'proper' channels and procedures are taken.

Thanks,

#crysx

Thank you for your reply! Quite frankly, I didn't expect to get any bounty from you. I really like your project and wanted to share it with the Russian speaking community. Cheers!


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on February 01, 2018, 06:36:06 PM
Russian thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2852276.0

oUwtDszNB37Pe1beQy2QJfv52C6gBL217m

Hi,

We appreciate the work put in, but this thread is NOT authorized by CWI and was never commissioned by us. Any of the commissioned Language threads need to go through CWI, and as such, need to be controlled by CWI (ie - need a login to the thread so that we could have it changed anytime it needs to), so that ANY language threads that need to get done get commissioned to do so. Which includes prior discussion and payment (call it a bounty if you will).

If you wish to discuss this with us, please do. I am personally available on Skype for further discussion, and will happily make time.

I does look good however, though I cannot understand it, so verification as to the correctness of it is yet to be seen. We cannot endorse this thread until all the 'proper' channels and procedures are taken.

Thanks,

#crysx

Thank you for your reply! Quite frankly, I didn't expect to get any bounty from you. I really like your project and wanted to share it with the Russian speaking community. Cheers!

That is fine.

Allow us to the opportunity to take the OP code for use so we can setup a CWI-Official Russian page, and so we can also pay you a sum of OZC from the premine (finally some GOOD reason to use the premine) or a sum of BTC, for the time being as we do not have any REAL purpose for the premine to date. This gives us reason to mention the thread as 'CWI-Official) where as we cannot with your thread you have created. The new thread would be ours then, of which we would return to you each and every time (as long as you are available of course) for updates.

OZC is not the only OP we have that require language specific threads, and we could come to an arrangement for ALL of them to be done.

If you would be interested of course. The simple fact that we have no control/access over the read you have created justifies our stance on the reasoning behind CWI-Official Threads and components of the CWI-EcoSystem.

Skype me if you will and we can chat further.

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: vertu1700 on February 02, 2018, 12:05:24 PM
Russian thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2852276.0

oUwtDszNB37Pe1beQy2QJfv52C6gBL217m

Hi,

We appreciate the work put in, but this thread is NOT authorized by CWI and was never commissioned by us. Any of the commissioned Language threads need to go through CWI, and as such, need to be controlled by CWI (ie - need a login to the thread so that we could have it changed anytime it needs to), so that ANY language threads that need to get done get commissioned to do so. Which includes prior discussion and payment (call it a bounty if you will).

If you wish to discuss this with us, please do. I am personally available on Skype for further discussion, and will happily make time.

I does look good however, though I cannot understand it, so verification as to the correctness of it is yet to be seen. We cannot endorse this thread until all the 'proper' channels and procedures are taken.

Thanks,

#crysx

Thank you for your reply! Quite frankly, I didn't expect to get any bounty from you. I really like your project and wanted to share it with the Russian speaking community. Cheers!

That is fine.

Allow us to the opportunity to take the OP code for use so we can setup a CWI-Official Russian page, and so we can also pay you a sum of OZC from the premine (finally some GOOD reason to use the premine) or a sum of BTC, for the time being as we do not have any REAL purpose for the premine to date. This gives us reason to mention the thread as 'CWI-Official) where as we cannot with your thread you have created. The new thread would be ours then, of which we would return to you each and every time (as long as you are available of course) for updates.

OZC is not the only OP we have that require language specific threads, and we could come to an arrangement for ALL of them to be done.

If you would be interested of course. The simple fact that we have no control/access over the read you have created justifies our stance on the reasoning behind CWI-Official Threads and components of the CWI-EcoSystem.

Skype me if you will and we can chat further.

#crysx

Sounds interesting. See you on Skype then.


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on February 05, 2018, 12:42:45 PM
### CWI-COINS - OZZIECOIN ALGORITHM

Hi All ...

As many of you know, and new news for those that didn't know, CWI has been working on a number of new Algorithms for the various coins we have in our CWI-Coins Project.

These Algorithms range from a Tier1 to a Tier3 complexity, and we are happy to say that the Tier1 Algorithm is complete.

OzzieCoin will be the recipient of the new Algorithm, and as such we will be looking at the full redevelopment of OZC in the next few weeks. How long the completion will take is anyones guess, but we have decided that 'just' a new Algo in the current codebase will not be a suitable upgrade to the coin. Instead, we are rebasing the code and will further add the new Tier1 Algo (whose name we will release upon publication) to the new coded OZC wallet.

Work should start on this in the next two weeks, and we hope not too long after that for the release of the wallets. I am not being coy or elusive about the release date, as one does not exist. We have been in this industry far too long to base a hope on a date when ANYTHING can go wrong with the rebase. So far however, we believe it 'should' go smooth, and we will endeavour to release as soon as we KNOW that the new wallet and new Algorithm are working perfectly with one another.

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: jimcort9 on February 08, 2018, 04:41:39 PM
i have stock of ozzie coin about 1 million bought at 23 sat and if hits to price of BTC 0.00199999 in the year of 2018 then my return will be 2000 BTC and if layed at 1 sat then i will lose almost btc 0.25 i will stake it upto 31 dec,2018. 8) 8) 8)


Title: Great news for ozicoin holders
Post by: f88steyrr on February 09, 2018, 02:06:21 AM
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2907342.new#new (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2907342.new#new)


Title: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on February 09, 2018, 10:19:27 AM
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2907342.new#new (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2907342.new#new)

Yup!

EVERY post you make that is NON-CONSTRUCTIVE and accusory in anyway that is false and a pathetic attempt at a smear campaign WILL be deleted, and you can continue to add the deleted posts to that thread you just created.

Had you been ASKING questions, I would have answered, but as it stood and still stands after rereading, you were making nothing but non-constructive points about CWI, about the coin, about ME personally when you talk about the Australian Law, when in fact you know almost NOTHING about any of those points.

Why on earth do you think we have upgraded from a registered business name to an Incorporated Australian Company? To dodge tax?
Why on earth do you state that we have dumped our coins when in fact you know NOTHING of the movements of our own coins knowing FULL WELL that we have not moved a single coin from the premine? So I am not allowed to trade my own coins because you said so?
Why on earth would you state that it has been printed that there was no premine - when it CATEGORICALLY states in the OP that a premine was made. So you can start a smear campaign?

READ and LEARN the diction of what we are doing, how we are doing it, and what we intend on doing BEFORE you post bullshit about us, or slander me on a personal level. KNOW your FACTS before you post rubbish like this, as I will continue to delete EVERY post you make that is non-constructive and is nothing but a slandering process based on false made up stories, that you conjured up in the middle of a dream you had.

If you think you are dealing with a 'backyarder' here, think again, and then again. I have been in business for a very long time, and KNOW the Laws here in Australia, which is why we are progressing the way we have been so linearly. This is also why we ARE a bona fide Australian Company registered under the Australian Tax Office, with taxes allotted and systems in place.

Who the hell are you to dictate what is right and wrong and whether we are doing the right thing or not when you have NO jurisdiction here NOR know anything about the Australian Laws. Pulling up a internet link from the ATO is NOT a measure of knowing anything at all about Australian Legal System, nor Australian Tax Law. We have our own Legal representation and our own Tax Accountancy firm that does all of that. Who are you again? Absolutely NOTHING in ChainWorks Industries Pty Ltd with ANY authority to post about our legal and taxable accounts, as you have NO access to anything internal here.

Again, if you post any non-constructive posts here or in any of our threads, especially when they are false and inaccurate, they WILL be deleted.

Any questions? I will be happy to answer them to the best of my ability.

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: The Zet on February 09, 2018, 10:42:03 PM
Crysx, keep up the good work.

Already bought some Granite, solely on your previous work. Considering to jump on OZC as well.

And don't let distractions distract you. ;)


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: NUMBER1FUN on February 10, 2018, 08:20:06 PM
I own a tiny bit of this coin. unfortunately I purchased at an ATH :(
Hopeful this coin will make a comeback in the coming months.


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on February 11, 2018, 03:02:14 PM
I own a tiny bit of this coin. unfortunately I purchased at an ATH :(
Hopeful this coin will make a comeback in the coming months.

We have finished the Tier1 Algo for it, and now looking at a rebase when we finish the jobs that have come before it.

There is some debate as to how we will do this rebase, but we will come to a conclusion shortly, and start the planning stages after that.

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: kurbeks on February 11, 2018, 03:54:35 PM
Beaver arrives at project


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: supervitek on February 12, 2018, 06:16:14 PM
I own a tiny bit of this coin. unfortunately I purchased at an ATH :(
Hopeful this coin will make a comeback in the coming months.

We have finished the Tier1 Algo for it, and now looking at a rebase when we finish the jobs that have come before it.

There is some debate as to how we will do this rebase, but we will come to a conclusion shortly, and start the planning stages after that.

#crysx
Thanks for an update!


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: NUMBER1FUN on February 12, 2018, 11:20:19 PM
Thanks for the update!!


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: rokoz77 on February 14, 2018, 09:03:25 PM
hello
in my wallet i have an confirmed 28238.75786 OZC
but wen i search for my wallet adresse in block chain it say 15000 ozc only !!!
Why ?


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: KUNGFUwhalePanda on February 14, 2018, 09:07:20 PM
I was following you because I have invested in influx coin and read about ozc project .
Will be waiting for more news for OZC , would like to see how it will progress and very possibly invest in that too.
Good luck , patiently waiting for your work to pay off !


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: rostika4848 on February 26, 2018, 10:38:23 PM
i think l lazzy developers are behind this coin. even though if you count on Total Supply
11,698,202,500 OZC is not as larger and if we see only circulating limit that's much small 198,202,500 OZC only. every time i look at this coin. looking very good with listing on cooinmarket and all details but when i see the price and volume thats like a team behind is a dead. only with miner efforts this coin can become a supper one. a combat-able coin but needs to show your workings. i think no one is a dead coin but team behind that do matter


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: leningradskiy90 on April 10, 2018, 03:47:14 AM
looks like a comprehensive project and hoping more updates in here,and might be investing is good for this


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on May 23, 2018, 09:09:58 AM
### CWI PYROXENE (theMINE) - OZZIECOIN POOL

Hi All ...

The new OZC pool is fully functional and is currently established on our new Mining Platform - Pyroxene (theMINE).

The URL's have changed as well as the new platform, and as such, a registration is required for the new Mining Pools.

The DNS settings were supposed to be setup under just 'stratum' but since the old URL haven't been migrated yet, the direct URL needs to be used. The MPOS source actually requires to be updated and will be when we can clarify our own setup page for the 'getting started' page.

ALL stratum URL (with different ports depending on coin) should use this - stratum+tcp://ame-st01.chainworksindustries.com:<coin-port>/ - in this case Ports 7001 (lodiff for small hashrates) and 7101 (hidiff for large farms and rentals)

The settings will be updated also in the new CWI Platform thread - Pyroxene (theMINE) located here - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3829887

NJOI and have fun.

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: muf18 on June 02, 2018, 11:20:22 PM
As long as I understand (please correct, if I'm wrong).
You are collecting some coins that are abandoned for some pennies, that are on some medium-sized exchanges like cryptopia and then restart development?
That's basically what you guys do?

So you are basically concreting and centralizing possesion and development of a coin? Sounds in some way like ICO-like way.


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on June 03, 2018, 07:04:44 AM
As long as I understand (please correct, if I'm wrong).
You are collecting some coins that are abandoned for some pennies, that are on some medium-sized exchanges like cryptopia and then restart development?
That's basically what you guys do?

So you are basically concreting and centralizing possesion and development of a coin? Sounds in some way like ICO-like way.

Not even close ...

We have actually knocked back a great many coins that have approached us for acquisition.

The reason we acquired these coins are for different reasons, some of which were a personal reason (like the first one granite (GRN) for myself to 'learn' more about crypto 4 years ago), while other reasons pertain to the acquisition of other coins.

As for the ICO statement? Really? How would you even conclude that? ICO = INITIAL Coin Offering. How on earth does that pertain to abandoned coins?

What we do is VERY different to what you state and can be seen and somewhat explained with the projects we have under our umbrella ChainWorks Industries. It is MUCH more than a few coins. In fact, we are doing what almost NO OTHER Crypto entity is doing. Some of which is still under wraps, while others are public knowledge.

The OZC Project is only one of 5 coins, and the coin project collectively is only one of 7 Components of the CWI-EcoSystem.

We are not as small as the micro entity you consider us to be. Especially considering we are and actual Legal Entity and Incorporated Company here in Australia.

What this has to do in the OZC thread is questionable anyway, as this really has nothing to do with OZC. If you would like to discuss this much more openly, head to the CWI-Thread for the 'overall' discussion of the projects. Please focus the discussion here for OZC itself.

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on June 06, 2018, 07:25:46 PM
### CWI-COINS - OZZIECOIN

Hi All ...

As we have mentioned earlier, the development process for our coins has started.

The very first thing that must be done is the rebranding of the coins. From Logo to Themes, the design concepts for each coin needs to be unique and in line with the idea for which each coin is designated.

Next will be the backend builds for integration into the CWI-EcoSystem, followed by the coin development itself.

We have two submissions for the first of our coins, OzzieCoin (OZC) and we wish to publish these submissions here in the Official OzzieCoin thread, and also in the Official CWI-Thread.

We would appreciate your opinions on the designs, and we will be choosing one which is best suited to the plan we will have for OZC for the projects future development.

We do however value your ideas and opinions, so your feedback is important to us. Please give constructive opinions and choose what you would like to see as the brand for the new coin logo. Remembering that the new logo will carry through as the theme for the rest of the OZC Project, such as the wallet, the website OZC area, and Pyroxene (theMINE) if we decide to create an individual theme for each Mining Pool.

We shall decide soon as to which way will go, and will take into account the community feedback. Next in line is InfluxCoin (INFX), then Droidz (DRZ) and SweepStakeCoin (SWEEP) together, and last but not least granite (GRN).

Below are the current submissions for OZC. Theme - Australiana ...

Thanks.

#crysx


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CWI-S01-00

https://i.imgur.com/QCWiaQK.png (https://imgur.com/QCWiaQK)

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CWI-S01-01

https://i.imgur.com/A0oyhkR.png (https://imgur.com/A0oyhkR)

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CWI-S02-00

https://i.imgur.com/NCCb8N0.jpg (https://imgur.com/NCCb8N0)

---

CWI-S02-01

https://i.imgur.com/cfcu3N0.jpg (https://imgur.com/cfcu3N0)

---

CWI-S02-01

https://i.imgur.com/1tjjoG1.jpg (https://imgur.com/1tjjoG1)


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Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: bminer.ca on June 06, 2018, 08:11:05 PM
Considering the logo will sometimes be displayed in some apps (including mine) as a 42x42 icon, CWI-S02-00 is too heavy in details (in my humble opinion).
CWI-S02-01 is easier to be recognized while shrinked...

The simpler the better...


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on June 06, 2018, 08:20:24 PM
Considering the logo will sometimes be displayed in some apps (including mine) as a 42x42 icon, CWI-S02-00 is too heavy in details (in my humble opinion).
CWI-S02-01 is easier to be recognized while shrinked...

The simpler the better...

Thanks for your feedback ...

We look at very similar ideals as you do, hence the reason to publicly post and get others opinions, for clarification and adjustment to our thought processes.

The software you speak of, what do you do? What is it you focus on?

We may be able to create some alliance of sorts if it so benefits us both.

Once again though, your feedback is very much appreciated.

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: canonical on July 17, 2018, 03:26:57 PM
What's the intended use case for OZC?


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: disbil on July 17, 2018, 03:32:21 PM
After learning on the first post for a while, there is a possibilities that the coin is mine able using CPU. Which is interesting, since I don't have a good GPU to mine, perhaps i could try to mine the coin using CPU.


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on September 02, 2018, 04:00:24 PM
### CWI-COINS - PREMINE

Hi All ...

Very important update here - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1563601.msg45087175#msg45087175

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: SLasVegas on September 09, 2018, 06:30:23 AM
I downloaded the wallet yesterday.
It's been running over 24 hours.
I took the nodes from the block explorer and added them into the config file.

It's stuck on 27 hours behind on the blockchain and won't sync.

I have coins I already mined I'm trying to get access to.
How the hell is this gonna get fixed?

Thanks for any info.



Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on September 09, 2018, 05:40:25 PM
I downloaded the wallet yesterday.
It's been running over 24 hours.
I took the nodes from the block explorer and added them into the config file.

It's stuck on 27 hours behind on the blockchain and won't sync.

I have coins I already mined I'm trying to get access to.
How the hell is this gonna get fixed?

Thanks for any info.



Your coins are safe ...

This is the reason why the blockchain is stuck so far behind - https://chainz.cryptoid.info/ozc/

Look at the difficulty. Someone came in with massive hash, raised the diff to ridiculous heights, then left. So the chain has been stuck for over 25hours now. This is also the reason we are making sure that OZC is the first to be rebased, and changing algo to our inhouse designed algo. We are just finalizing what codebase we will be using.

As for the mining, we are in the same boat as you, though when you send to your address, they will appear when the blockchain moves again and moves beyond 120 blocks for the coins to be confirmed and spendable.

as for 'How the hell is this gonna get fixed?' - that is easy. throw massive hash at the mining again :)

See why we want to move from X11?

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: SLasVegas on September 09, 2018, 07:06:34 PM
I downloaded the wallet yesterday.
It's been running over 24 hours.
I took the nodes from the block explorer and added them into the config file.

It's stuck on 27 hours behind on the blockchain and won't sync.

I have coins I already mined I'm trying to get access to.
How the hell is this gonna get fixed?

Thanks for any info.



Your coins are safe ...

This is the reason why the blockchain is stuck so far behind - https://chainz.cryptoid.info/ozc/

Look at the difficulty. Someone came in with massive hash, raised the diff to ridiculous heights, then left. So the chain has been stuck for over 25hours now. This is also the reason we are making sure that OZC is the first to be rebased, and changing algo to our inhouse designed algo. We are just finalizing what codebase we will be using.

As for the mining, we are in the same boat as you, though when you send to your address, they will appear when the blockchain moves again and moves beyond 120 blocks for the coins to be confirmed and spendable.

as for 'How the hell is this gonna get fixed?' - that is easy. throw massive hash at the mining again :)

See why we want to move from X11?

#crysx

Thanks for the update.
I can't specifically mine the coin individually. I tried to sign up at the official mining site, and it threw up an error
and wouldn't let me make an account.

on zpool.ca I mine with my D3 X11 miner (19.3 GH/s) but it doesn't let me specifically choose that coin to mine.
On zergpool I can directly point my miner to that coin, but that coin isn't on their pool.
If you know another pool I can directly point my D3 too, please advise. I'll run my miner on it for a while.
Thanks.


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on September 10, 2018, 11:13:25 AM
I downloaded the wallet yesterday.
It's been running over 24 hours.
I took the nodes from the block explorer and added them into the config file.

It's stuck on 27 hours behind on the blockchain and won't sync.

I have coins I already mined I'm trying to get access to.
How the hell is this gonna get fixed?

Thanks for any info.



Your coins are safe ...

This is the reason why the blockchain is stuck so far behind - https://chainz.cryptoid.info/ozc/

Look at the difficulty. Someone came in with massive hash, raised the diff to ridiculous heights, then left. So the chain has been stuck for over 25hours now. This is also the reason we are making sure that OZC is the first to be rebased, and changing algo to our inhouse designed algo. We are just finalizing what codebase we will be using.

As for the mining, we are in the same boat as you, though when you send to your address, they will appear when the blockchain moves again and moves beyond 120 blocks for the coins to be confirmed and spendable.

as for 'How the hell is this gonna get fixed?' - that is easy. throw massive hash at the mining again :)

See why we want to move from X11?

#crysx

Thanks for the update.
I can't specifically mine the coin individually. I tried to sign up at the official mining site, and it threw up an error
and wouldn't let me make an account.

on zpool.ca I mine with my D3 X11 miner (19.3 GH/s) but it doesn't let me specifically choose that coin to mine.
On zergpool I can directly point my miner to that coin, but that coin isn't on their pool.
If you know another pool I can directly point my D3 too, please advise. I'll run my miner on it for a while.
Thanks.

Hi again ...

The official pool requires an account to be created and that should actually be straight forward. What is the error you get when registering?

The other pools are not ours, so they work very differently.

ZPool is a mining (algo based) pool and you are correct, that pool mines other coins with your hashrate, as well as the coin you want to mine, in this case OZC.
ZergPool I have had no experience with, and we as CWI do not use, so we cannot give any feedback on that pool.

We do have a Yiimp based Mine also that we are working on, and that can be found here - http://citrine.chainworksindustries.com/ - which we will continue to grow as time permits. Unlike ZPool, this is a coin Mine so the coin you designate IS the coin you are directly mining.

The issue you are having with registering an account on the official MPOS Mine is concerning though and would really like to find the issue if there is one, so even if you PM me your details, it can be looked at and tracked down.

Thanks,

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: SLasVegas on September 12, 2018, 03:17:48 PM
11.5 million premine (50% of total coins) and the rest mined at a rate of 11.5 mill/88 years = 130.682 coins a year, means that even after 4 year's Dev's have (1-130.682*4/11.500.000)*100= 95.45% of all coins.

Amazing.

I just saw 2.5 billion coins move out of the #1 rich list wallet.
into 2 wallets that didn't have any balance. wonder what's going on there?
moving some so they can stake or sell them? who knows.

https://chainz.cryptoid.info/ozc/block.dws?797016.htm

Hope I didn't waste my time mining this coin.


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: SLasVegas on September 12, 2018, 03:45:30 PM
11.5 million premine (50% of total coins) and the rest mined at a rate of 11.5 mill/88 years = 130.682 coins a year, means that even after 4 year's Dev's have (1-130.682*4/11.500.000)*100= 95.45% of all coins.

Amazing.

I just saw 2.5 billion coins move out of the #1 rich list wallet.
into 2 wallets that didn't have any balance. wonder what's going on there?
moving some so they can stake or sell them? who knows.

https://chainz.cryptoid.info/ozc/block.dws?797016.htm

Hope I didn't waste my time mining this coin.

Derp, no staking with this coin, confused it with another coin.
Hope something good happens with this coin and it wasn't a
waste of mining time/resources.
good day.


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: SLasVegas on September 12, 2018, 04:00:27 PM
11.5 million premine (50% of total coins) and the rest mined at a rate of 11.5 mill/88 years = 130.682 coins a year, means that even after 4 year's Dev's have (1-130.682*4/11.500.000)*100= 95.45% of all coins.

Amazing.

I just saw 2.5 billion coins move out of the #1 rich list wallet.
into 2 wallets that didn't have any balance. wonder what's going on there?
moving some so they can stake or sell them? who knows.

https://chainz.cryptoid.info/ozc/block.dws?797016.htm

Hope I didn't waste my time mining this coin.

Derp, no staking with this coin, confused it with another coin.
Hope something good happens with this coin and it wasn't a
waste of mining time/resources.
good day.

more movement in that #1 rich list wallet.
1.7 billion moved from the new wallet broken down into 2 other wallets.

https://chainz.cryptoid.info/ozc/block.dws?797022.htm


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on September 12, 2018, 05:21:50 PM
11.5 million premine (50% of total coins) and the rest mined at a rate of 11.5 mill/88 years = 130.682 coins a year, means that even after 4 year's Dev's have (1-130.682*4/11.500.000)*100= 95.45% of all coins.

Amazing.

I just saw 2.5 billion coins move out of the #1 rich list wallet.
into 2 wallets that didn't have any balance. wonder what's going on there?
moving some so they can stake or sell them? who knows.

https://chainz.cryptoid.info/ozc/block.dws?797016.htm

Hope I didn't waste my time mining this coin.

Derp, no staking with this coin, confused it with another coin.
Hope something good happens with this coin and it wasn't a
waste of mining time/resources.
good day.

more movement in that #1 rich list wallet.
1.7 billion moved from the new wallet broken down into 2 other wallets.

https://chainz.cryptoid.info/ozc/block.dws?797022.htm

What you saw was the movement of NOT 2.5BOZC but 1.8BOZC ...

The 2.5BOZC seen in the Block Explorer is the TOTAL coin from that address (inside the exchange and one of many address Cryptopia has) to the wallet of the Official wallet (and subsequent dispersion to cold wallets) of CryptoGiveAways. This was stated in the previous post regarding the Donation of those coins to the CryptoGiveAways in this post here - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2844661.msg45087948#msg45087948

The premine we originally had was NOT 11BOZC or more but 10BOZC due to the distribution of about 1BOZC by the dev BEFORE we acquired the coin. What we held was the 10BOZC which sat in the wallet untouched.

That update was all about spreading the premined coins for the use of bolstering the development process in a Post Coin Offering (PCO) style of distribution. What this means is that eventually we will have not only the funding, but also the distribution of coin that we originally wanted when we first acquired the coin from the previous developer. We have been holding this premine for more than two years before we decided to remove the burden of holding and distribute in PCO. We no longer wish to hold the coins and use them for the development process NOW before they are higher in value and sell them THEN for the development process. A fair distribution is what we have aimed at, and I believe we have succeeded on that level.

All in all, you basically beat us to the punch for the announcement that we have finalized this, but because the SweepStakeCoin PreMine is not finalized yet, and a post on the Official CWI-Thread was meant to show this for BOTH coins, with an 'update post' on both coin threads, as we usually do. In the official post, ALL information including the wallets, and addresses, with corresponding links to the block explorer will be published so that EVERYONE can follow the coins and where they are going/gone. Full transparency!

I have yet to see you mine on our official OZC Mine, but I assume you are doing elsewhere or are buying/selling/trading. You are more than welcome as is anyone who is interested in mining OZC.

The start of the rebuild of the coin on a new codebase has been initiated. This will mean that the implementation of the codebase will bring about more than just PoW, but a hybrid of possibly PoW/PoS or PoW/MN or PoW/PoS/MN along with a new Algo (one of the new CWI Designed Algos which will come with a new CUDA miner initially, when the new HardForked OZC wallet is released).

Our rebrand for OZC is also finished, and once we have built the new codebase for the wallets, will have the Logo and OZC theme integrated.

An update to the main page (OP) is well overdue. We will work on that in the coming days.

It makes me smile when I see community members with a keen eye, and a concern for the outcome of not only the coin, but also the end result. Always keep an eye on our main CWI-Thread so that you are always up to date.

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: batesresearch on September 12, 2018, 08:22:53 PM
Today we have been working with chrysophylax on actioning what was discussed in regards to the OZC faucet donation. Here is our update :
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1025843.msg45598518#msg45598518

Any questions please let me know

### CWI-COINS - PREMINE

The current amounts in the premine for the two coins are as follows ...

OzzieCoin - 10,000,000,006 OZC (~10 Billion OZC) as seen here - https://chainz.cryptoid.info/ozc/address.dws?233527.htm

The distribution of both premines will be as follows ...

For OZC ...

01sat - 2.5BOZC
03sat - 2.5BOZC
07sat - 2.5BOZC
16sat - 700MOZC
GiveAway - 1.8BOZC (Exclusively via our Partner Project - Crypto GiveAway)

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: odadef11 on September 20, 2018, 07:56:14 AM
 download   bootstrap


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on September 20, 2018, 08:29:49 AM
download   bootstrap

Hi Again ...

The download link for the bootstrap as of today is located here - https://mega.nz/#!cN90nCzA!CVCi8ECObkRkbe1L1VNl-P6QWTMLLCWn3cyTtimOXjs

Let us know here if there are any issues, or you need help using the bootstrap at all.

Thanks.

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: lawriepop33 on October 05, 2018, 06:51:43 AM
Anybody know why Yobit deposits have been down for so long?


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on October 05, 2018, 08:29:50 AM
Anybody know why Yobit deposits have been down for so long?

Because ...

They are money hungry scumbags that refuse to do anything about it. I mean, it has only been three years for DRZ and now a LONG time for INFX and they even added our other coins OZC only to have scammed everyone into taking their coins.

Hence why we do NOT condone, nor market, nor promote that garbage exchange for ANY reason whatsoever. In fact, we make SURE that in these threads, Yobit is the ONE exchange that we warn about.

This is why, and has been for MANY MANY MANY years!

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: lawriepop on October 05, 2018, 10:59:59 PM
Understood Chris. Is there a safe place to trade these coins apart from cryptopia? Have been mining hard for some time now and hoping to do some trading with it. If thereís projects on the horizon Iím happy to keep mining and hodling.


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on October 06, 2018, 08:20:42 AM
Understood Chris. Is there a safe place to trade these coins apart from cryptopia? Have been mining hard for some time now and hoping to do some trading with it. If thereís projects on the horizon Iím happy to keep mining and hodling.

Cryptopia is the only licensed exchange ...

You can trade privately which we also endorse, and can use our CWI-Escrow as a means of securely doing so.

At the moment, the new wallet is done, but is in testing due to the 'upgrade' to the latest BitCoin Core code, 0.17.99. So now that is the base, and is in testing, if all is well, we can look at the PoS module and/or the MN module for the new wallet. We have yet to decide whether we will incorporate either or both with PoW. The coin emissions will be changed also as well as the Algo to our new Tier01 Algo. This will require a HardFork, which I can guarantee you only Cryptopia will do. We will not even consider trying with that other exchange.

For the time being though, the test wallet IS rebased to the latest BTC codebase, and does not require a HardFork for use, but that is not the ultimate goal for the new wallet. The next step is MN, then see if the PoS module will work inline with it, or make it one or the other. I prefer if we had BOTH PoS and MN integrated, but that will require a long hard road to achieve, which is why we are still in two minds. Apart from that, OZC is the first of the coins to have this upgraded, and once done, ALL our coins will be done the exact same way. This is a lead up to the master CWI wallet that is to come in future, which will be the last of the wallets we create as it will integrate ALL the coins into the one wallet/system.

So decide what you want to do, as it is entirely up to you. We will never coerce you to go one way or another. If you follow what we do and where/how we mine, and follow in Discord, you will see the directions we are taking here. Ultimately though, your decision should ALWAYS be based on your research.

Thanks for taking the effort with us.

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: lawriepop on October 07, 2018, 11:52:23 AM
That sounds fantastic! Good to hear the hard work being done on a coin most walked away from and it getting a fresh breath of life. During the hard fork, will there be a swap for existing coins or starting anew?


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: SLasVegas on October 07, 2018, 10:38:29 PM
Hello Admin,

I just tried to login to the official pool.
I got the message saying that my account is locked, and to check e-mail for
instructions to unlock.

I've been sitting here waiting and no e-mail has ever arrived.
I checked junk e-mail folder too, and nothing arrived there either.

e-mail roycegr@hotmail.com

Please fix. Thanks.



Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on October 08, 2018, 07:07:06 AM
That sounds fantastic! Good to hear the hard work being done on a coin most walked away from and it getting a fresh breath of life. During the hard fork, will there be a swap for existing coins or starting anew?

Thanks ...

The HardFork is a little down the track, where as the update to the latest BTC codebase is already done. Any and ALL coins already existing will be swapped on a 1:1 ratio, so no one loses out. This unfortunately also means the scumbags that have ripped people off with coins (exchange/attackers) will also benefit, but not for too long as they will inevitably dump the coins when they get to above (and including) 1sat, as they currently sit in Cryptopia.

We may even HardFork it a couple of times to cater to the Algo change as well as the PoS/MN changes. That could be a pain, but also something that needs to be looked at. Once the coding and development is at the level we are happy with, the rest of the coins will be coded with the same/similar codebase, but more then likely different Algos also. We need to move completely off the X11 Algo altogether.

i am still VERY ill, so the developers are working on other areas while I heal. A few more days and I should be well enough to get back online 'properly'. The full update to the main Official CWI-Thread is yet to be finished, and the details of this and others will be contained in this volume of an update.

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on October 08, 2018, 07:10:03 AM
Hello Admin,

I just tried to login to the official pool.
I got the message saying that my account is locked, and to check e-mail for
instructions to unlock.

I've been sitting here waiting and no e-mail has ever arrived.
I checked junk e-mail folder too, and nothing arrived there either.

e-mail roycegr@hotmail.com

Please fix. Thanks.



OK ...

We will have a look into this shortly.

Have you tried the newest Yiimp based CWI-Mine? That seems to be running fine, but is sparse from miners at the moment. Located here - http://citrine.chainworksindustries.com/

We want to provide both MPOS based and Yiimp Based Mines for those that want either/or mining experiences. Note though, this is not the 'standard' Yiimp code, this is modified backend that differs from the standard Yiimp code, so updates here will not be visible in the frontend. A lot of fixes have been done to make this a much more stable codebase for the Citrine.

We have changed ISP's recently which means email servers all changed as well, so that could be the issue here. If so, it will not be too long before all the DNS/SMTP servers migrate across.

Thanks for notifying,

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: SLasVegas on October 10, 2018, 05:09:28 PM
It's been 2 days, tried the main pool, and I'm still not getting e-mails on how to unlock my account.

I've been going on the other pool that you provided, but I've been the only one on there.
There's another pool on the internet that is getting the vast majority of the blocks.
It's extraction address is oMvX6fhZFpX39gD7RQRov7S4K9zcibef41
It doesn't say what pool that is, but I suspect it might be your main pool
since aikapool has been in maintenance mode for over a week.

Please fix this quickly so I can join the main pool and make more coins
per hour instead of soloing this and fighting against another larger pool.

Thanks.


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on October 10, 2018, 07:11:29 PM
It's been 2 days, tried the main pool, and I'm still not getting e-mails on how to unlock my account.

I've been going on the other pool that you provided, but I've been the only one on there.
There's another pool on the internet that is getting the vast majority of the blocks.
It's extraction address is oMvX6fhZFpX39gD7RQRov7S4K9zcibef41
It doesn't say what pool that is, but I suspect it might be your main pool
since aikapool has been in maintenance mode for over a week.

Please fix this quickly so I can join the main pool and make more coins
per hour instead of soloing this and fighting against another larger pool.

Thanks.

Sincerest apologies ...

Can you can try again now? It seems that the DNS was not functioning as it should have been due to a typo, but there also seems to be some sort of communication issue that is present currently, that we are looking into.

Please post your result. If need be, You can contact me direct on the Official CWI-Discord or Skype.

Interesting to see how this goes now, as the email tests have gone through without issue.

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: lilaj4de on October 10, 2018, 07:28:41 PM
Can this mining industry be equated with a mining farm? Being a farm, can you mine any kind of currency crypto? or just OzzieCoin?


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on October 10, 2018, 08:24:23 PM
Can this mining industry be equated with a mining farm? Being a farm, can you mine any kind of currency crypto? or just OzzieCoin?

I am actually having issues understanding what you mean ...

Could you please rephrase that question?

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: SLasVegas on October 12, 2018, 01:25:01 AM
It's been 2 days, tried the main pool, and I'm still not getting e-mails on how to unlock my account.

I've been going on the other pool that you provided, but I've been the only one on there.
There's another pool on the internet that is getting the vast majority of the blocks.
It's extraction address is oMvX6fhZFpX39gD7RQRov7S4K9zcibef41
It doesn't say what pool that is, but I suspect it might be your main pool
since aikapool has been in maintenance mode for over a week.

Please fix this quickly so I can join the main pool and make more coins
per hour instead of soloing this and fighting against another larger pool.

Thanks.

Sincerest apologies ...

Can you can try again now? It seems that the DNS was not functioning as it should have been due to a typo, but there also seems to be some sort of communication issue that is present currently, that we are looking into.

Please post your result. If need be, You can contact me direct on the Official CWI-Discord or Skype.

Interesting to see how this goes now, as the email tests have gone through without issue.

#crysx


Just tried. Still same results: Unable to login: "Account locked. Please Check your Email for instructions to unlock".
I check my e-mail, and nothing arrives. Checked junk mail folder, nothing there either.
About ready to give up on this.


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: SLasVegas on October 18, 2018, 04:53:00 AM
It's been 2 days, tried the main pool, and I'm still not getting e-mails on how to unlock my account.

I've been going on the other pool that you provided, but I've been the only one on there.
There's another pool on the internet that is getting the vast majority of the blocks.
It's extraction address is oMvX6fhZFpX39gD7RQRov7S4K9zcibef41
It doesn't say what pool that is, but I suspect it might be your main pool
since aikapool has been in maintenance mode for over a week.

Please fix this quickly so I can join the main pool and make more coins
per hour instead of soloing this and fighting against another larger pool.

Thanks.

Sincerest apologies ...

Can you can try again now? It seems that the DNS was not functioning as it should have been due to a typo, but there also seems to be some sort of communication issue that is present currently, that we are looking into.

Please post your result. If need be, You can contact me direct on the Official CWI-Discord or Skype.

Interesting to see how this goes now, as the email tests have gone through without issue.

#crysx


Just tried. Still same results: Unable to login: "Account locked. Please Check your Email for instructions to unlock".
I check my e-mail, and nothing arrives. Checked junk mail folder, nothing there either.
About ready to give up on this.

wow. 6 days, no answer here. Still doesn't work. Same results. Guess they gave up on their broken pool.
Nice.


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on October 18, 2018, 05:18:07 AM
It's been 2 days, tried the main pool, and I'm still not getting e-mails on how to unlock my account.

I've been going on the other pool that you provided, but I've been the only one on there.
There's another pool on the internet that is getting the vast majority of the blocks.
It's extraction address is oMvX6fhZFpX39gD7RQRov7S4K9zcibef41
It doesn't say what pool that is, but I suspect it might be your main pool
since aikapool has been in maintenance mode for over a week.

Please fix this quickly so I can join the main pool and make more coins
per hour instead of soloing this and fighting against another larger pool.

Thanks.

Sincerest apologies ...

Can you can try again now? It seems that the DNS was not functioning as it should have been due to a typo, but there also seems to be some sort of communication issue that is present currently, that we are looking into.

Please post your result. If need be, You can contact me direct on the Official CWI-Discord or Skype.

Interesting to see how this goes now, as the email tests have gone through without issue.

#crysx


Just tried. Still same results: Unable to login: "Account locked. Please Check your Email for instructions to unlock".
I check my e-mail, and nothing arrives. Checked junk mail folder, nothing there either.
About ready to give up on this.

wow. 6 days, no answer here. Still doesn't work. Same results. Guess they gave up on their broken pool.
Nice.

No ...

Haven't given up at all. Looking for ways of fixing this without just wiping and restarting. That will 'fix' the current issue, but also mean that we will need to restart ALL the registrations and setup for the pool, and others if this is an inherent issue in the main DataBase. This is why uou will see us mining in the different pools as a test mode via our farm (theFARM). This unfortunately takes time.

If worse comes to worse, we will wipe it clean and restart the Pool system and DataBase again, but that will mean reregistration and starting all over again in the specific pools. The whole mine seems to have been affected by an issue that pertains to the not only the DataBase, but also some corruption of sorts in the FileBase as well. This is not a small system here that can just be destroyed and rebuilt, this is a major complex build, and any issue always needs to be looked at and sifted through with a fine tooth comb, as this issue does not seem to be 'just' based in the OZC mine, but affected two others as well.

If we can FIX the issue, that would be a better route to take rather than just 'band-aid' the issue and blow away the system to restart.

Apologies for the time taken, but if the next few days does not reveal a fix, we may have no choice but to destroy the pool and restart. A little more patience and we should have this sorted one way or another.

I will make the effort to post by Sunday which ever route we take.

Edit - Your account is unlocked now, but we still seem to have some issues with resetting the payment process. Working on this now. Could you please try and login again and see how it all goes?

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: SLasVegas on October 27, 2018, 04:56:45 PM
chainworks,

I'm back to mining ozziecoin now.
I NEVER had any other problems when someone else was on the blockchain until TODAY,
within the past 40 minutes mining this coin.

Someone is hijacking my mined blocks.
The address that is stealing my blocks is: oMvX6fhZFpX39gD7RQRov7S4K9zcibef41

I've had 4 blocks STOLEN by this address in the past 40 minutes.
I've been watching the ozziecoin blockchain.
It shows I discover the block. The pool I'm mining on credits my account.
I look at the raw block data on the blockchain and it's showing confirmations.
Then several minutes later, on the blockchain, it switches it to the above address
saying they discovered the block, when they didn't!

I don't know how this can be happening. It's never happened before.
If you all don't fix this, it's gonna totally kill mining for this coin, and
the net hash for it is on life support now as it is.


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: SLasVegas on October 27, 2018, 05:12:24 PM
I'm done mining this coin.
Just had another block stolen.
It's showing up as orphans, but I've NEVER had any orphans
in this chain EVER before. Now mysteriously 5 blocks consecutively
have been stolen. There's only 1 other person mining on the entire chain,
and no way every block can go to that person without some manipulation.



Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on October 28, 2018, 04:09:07 AM
I'm done mining this coin.
Just had another block stolen.
It's showing up as orphans, but I've NEVER had any orphans
in this chain EVER before. Now mysteriously 5 blocks consecutively
have been stolen. There's only 1 other person mining on the entire chain,
and no way every block can go to that person without some manipulation.



OK ...

So the attacker is on this chain now after he/she attacked GRN. We have GRN stable, we will now get to OZC. This is most certainly a 51% from what we an see, which is why Cryptopia has a 200 Confirm level of deposit, which we are working on currently. We need to move away from X11 altogether in all our coins, the first being OZC.

The development for the OZC has progressed, and this issue will not be one of those things we will need to worry about when the Algo is changed. We are working on the 'maintenace release' wallet currently so that the latest V4 blocks and BIP's are activated. This will not be a complete OZC wallet, but rather a maintenance mock of OZC via the latest BTC basecode.

The HardFork after this maintenance release will include changes to the coin itself including the parameters for emission, coincap, inclusion of MasterNodes, Algo (to our Tier01 level (Basic and GPU Friendly - ASIC/FPGA resistant)) and the full codebase upgrade which will force V4 upgrades to the blocks as the initial step.

We are pushing these changes as soon as we can to Git, and will have the Maintenance release wallets available shortly after inclusion into our Official Git.

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: SLasVegas on October 31, 2018, 03:13:34 AM
Chainworks,

Can you release any details on how the POS portion of OZC will work after you fork over to your
custom algo?
Will there be any masternodes available to setup? If so, what is the min amount of coins needed
to start one?
How will rewards be split between mining and POS?

Thanks for anything you can share.


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on October 31, 2018, 03:23:56 AM
Chainworks,

Can you release any details on how the POS portion of OZC will work after you fork over to your
custom algo?
Will there be any masternodes available to setup? If so, what is the min amount of coins needed
to start one?
How will rewards be split between mining and POS?

Thanks for anything you can share.


There will be a post soon ...

We are still working out the details for the 'parameters' but it will all be setup with a MN basis initially with PoS a possible. We have changed the setup a number of times, and the reason is the complexity of the code build, and the time it will take to do such a build with the limited time any of the devs have for the build.

Specifics have not been set as yet though. We are still working on the basecode for the 'maintenance release' for the pool and exchange (Cryptopia) to upgrade to, and when that is done, the next step will be looking at hardforking to the new Algo and MasterNode code OR the new Algo and PoS code. Right now, the code will be a branch in the official CWI git sometime this week. We will work out what needs to be changed in the master branch, if at all before the release of the new maintenance-release wallets.

I know I am being very general with all this right now, but the V4 blocks have been activated in the chain right now, and we need to get this maintenance-release out as soon as possible.

BTW - it turns out that the orphan state that you mined on our Official pool was in part due to the test mining we/devs have been doing with a hashrate that always seemed to go towards the chain we were mining. This was our doing this time NOT an attacker. This is why it is imperative that the new codebase be released and all pools/exchange updated to this new codebase.

We are hoping that by the end of the week (Sunday Adelaide time) we will have at least the new code in our CWI-Git as a branch at the very minimum.

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: SLasVegas on October 31, 2018, 02:37:56 PM
Last night I restarted mining this coin.
Are the coins I've mined over the past 12 hours still valid?



Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on November 01, 2018, 01:34:02 PM
Last night I restarted mining this coin.
Are the coins I've mined over the past 12 hours still valid?



They should be ...

Unless orphaned (which you can check by the Block Explorer here - https://chainz.cryptoid.info/ozc/). Where did you mine? On Amethyst (MPOS system) or Citrine (Yiimp)?

We are seeing the majority of blocks going to one miner mainly. Some blocks going to others, but mainly one miner is getting the majority of blocks as he has the largest hashrate.

Over the coming days, the MPOS Mine will be updated with the latest code (after it is committed to Git) and test also. If all is well, we should have an easier time to upgrade to the maintenance release, so that Cryptopia can also upgrade (and all others who have OZC on their servers).

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: SLasVegas on November 03, 2018, 04:14:42 AM
Well, the coins I said I mined past few days, spent hours of electricity mining them,
now I have 307,709 OZC showing up as UNCONFIRMED in my wallet.

The transactions show up in the wallet tab transactions with a ? beside them.

I've looked on the block explorer, and they don't even show up on there.

What happened to those 307K coins?
They were confirmed after I mined them, and when I originally sent them to my wallet, the balance eventually
moved from unconfirmed to the available balance.
Now, 2 days later, I open the wallet, and all of those coins that were confirmed before, are now showing unconfirmed,
with that ? beside them.

?????????????


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on November 03, 2018, 04:34:20 AM
Well, the coins I said I mined past few days, spent hours of electricity mining them,
now I have 307,709 OZC showing up as UNCONFIRMED in my wallet.

The transactions show up in the wallet tab transactions with a ? beside them.

I've looked on the block explorer, and they don't even show up on there.

What happened to those 307K coins?
They were confirmed after I mined them, and when I originally sent them to my wallet, the balance eventually
moved from unconfirmed to the available balance.
Now, 2 days later, I open the wallet, and all of those coins that were confirmed before, are now showing unconfirmed,
with that ? beside them.

?????????????

Have you checked the block status of your wallet? ...

If it is in sync with the block explorer and up to date, then those coins would have been confirmed within the wallet (after 6 blocks for inwallet confirmations) and can be spendable.

What block number are you on? What block number is the block explorer on? What was the transaction ID for the transfer to your wallet (if many of them, what are a few of the ID so we can have a look).

If they are orphaned, then they never existed in the main chain. If they are in the main chain and they are supposed to show up in the wallet, then a resync/reindex may be in order to make sure they are 'seen' by the wallet.

Please inform of what happens, even if it is directly via Discord or Skype.

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: SLasVegas on November 04, 2018, 01:07:03 AM
I opened the console, typed help
and I didn't see any commands to "resync" or "reindex".

I didn't see any commands remotely close to that.
Please advise what command I would type in console, or what I would delete
out of the appdata/roaming/ozziecoin
directory to make the wallet resync.

I'll try that sunday night. If it doesn't work, I'll spend some more time on it
and give you info out of the transactions.

For your info though, those coins weren't orphaned. i was mining on aikapool.com.
Eventually, they showed up as 100% confirmed, and were moved into my available balance
on there. Only then was I able to withdraw them to my desktop wallet.

My desktop wallet was fully in sync with the blockchain at the time, and I'm running
the current version that shows under the help/about button it says v0.9.1.4-g47892b4-beta

I'm sure that's current. Once the new wallet is released, I'll upgrade to that.


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: SLasVegas on November 04, 2018, 01:12:06 AM
Before I head out for the night, here are all of the transaction IDs that are showing up with a ? in my wallet:

Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 11/3/2018 00:02
From: unknown
To: oJSNLnifD9YM7JbhrLQrkZbf14kyypu7Wh (own address)
Credit: 3627.78072 OZC
Net amount: +3627.78072 OZC
Transaction ID: 797551424e00f2137b1707da0037b0fdf6e8af763a50e2e69fffe20d55e05787


Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 10/15/2018 16:18
From: unknown
To: oJSNLnifD9YM7JbhrLQrkZbf14kyypu7Wh (own address)
Credit: 0.20428 OZC
Net amount: +0.20428 OZC
Transaction ID: f43cab3cb0a7a3137b5163ea4ea9368fc237ba85c21d6a7d366bae3008b4a209

Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 10/15/2018 16:16
From: unknown
To: oJSNLnifD9YM7JbhrLQrkZbf14kyypu7Wh (own address)
Credit: 0.81713 OZC
Net amount: +0.81713 OZC
Transaction ID: 7f0302f967469792eca3066a940bfc0fe90a7f765b0a61588f97279d6cdeda80

Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 11/2/2018 11:30
From: unknown
To: oJSNLnifD9YM7JbhrLQrkZbf14kyypu7Wh (own address)
Credit: 62500.00 OZC
Net amount: +62500.00 OZC
Transaction ID: 1b785fd9a5402847eb97c337b26976f83226a244cb0422e214de8be993eb3163


Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 11/2/2018 11:30
From: unknown
To: oJSNLnifD9YM7JbhrLQrkZbf14kyypu7Wh (own address)
Credit: 49936.84171 OZC
Net amount: +49936.84171 OZC
Transaction ID: 526a6bc89ea31d828f7ce00e3173e8fcf5d642a705021a8e05730c83c12ce5fc


Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 11/1/2018 10:46
From: unknown
To: oJSNLnifD9YM7JbhrLQrkZbf14kyypu7Wh (own address)
Credit: 17477.71158 OZC
Net amount: +17477.71158 OZC
Transaction ID: 86e8df5aa49903d5c77b885dbb3841d53f6b5ff10c8dbb0ee3f78e43f69dd933


Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 11/1/2018 10:46
From: unknown
To: oJSNLnifD9YM7JbhrLQrkZbf14kyypu7Wh (own address)
Credit: 62500.00 OZC
Net amount: +62500.00 OZC
Transaction ID: 753371b67292f58a3495515912ed78855bca2bbd3ac72b7a43d61abd36bd8285


Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 11/1/2018 10:46
From: unknown
To: oJSNLnifD9YM7JbhrLQrkZbf14kyypu7Wh (own address)
Credit: 62500.00 OZC
Net amount: +62500.00 OZC
Transaction ID: 9c0e5e47e4a393da5c59fd296935df4991bf035098a88cf5150ba29df3039bae


Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 10/31/2018 10:42
From: unknown
To: oJSNLnifD9YM7JbhrLQrkZbf14kyypu7Wh (own address)
Credit: 49162.98967 OZC
Net amount: +49162.98967 OZC
Transaction ID: 6a61cf29d38638c06f16f8cfb8ae6ca3598d14fff87524c4b8210f3620abfeba


Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 10/15/2018 16:16
From: unknown
To: oJSNLnifD9YM7JbhrLQrkZbf14kyypu7Wh (own address)
Credit: 3.26852 OZC
Net amount: +3.26852 OZC
Transaction ID: 4d2e5087b7952c042c1538a08ee39abb4196cc73e332d8a987b226808a30a6d1


Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 10/15/2018 17:09
From: unknown
To: oJSNLnifD9YM7JbhrLQrkZbf14kyypu7Wh (own address)
Credit: 0.01277 OZC
Net amount: +0.01277 OZC
Transaction ID: 370b8753bb41af8c9a4a889a54d7807020bb39133d224ef289431be52e3c5ef8


Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 10/15/2018 16:46
From: unknown
To: oJSNLnifD9YM7JbhrLQrkZbf14kyypu7Wh (own address)
Credit: 0.02554 OZC
Net amount: +0.02554 OZC
Transaction ID: 5e5d9bc59f3162f0df7edbe1f948182e8337ebae792d8310c3a37d043bde15ab


Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 10/15/2018 16:25
From: unknown
To: oJSNLnifD9YM7JbhrLQrkZbf14kyypu7Wh (own address)
Credit: 0.10214 OZC
Net amount: +0.10214 OZC
Transaction ID: 04a25e8bb691af98b40ff3d3da18bb47623cc3a9fe119b4a8c99341f7cc872f4





Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on November 04, 2018, 09:21:35 AM
I opened the console, typed help
and I didn't see any commands to "resync" or "reindex".

I didn't see any commands remotely close to that.
Please advise what command I would type in console, or what I would delete
out of the appdata/roaming/ozziecoin
directory to make the wallet resync.

I'll try that sunday night. If it doesn't work, I'll spend some more time on it
and give you info out of the transactions.

For your info though, those coins weren't orphaned. i was mining on aikapool.com.
Eventually, they showed up as 100% confirmed, and were moved into my available balance
on there. Only then was I able to withdraw them to my desktop wallet.

My desktop wallet was fully in sync with the blockchain at the time, and I'm running
the current version that shows under the help/about button it says v0.9.1.4-g47892b4-beta

I'm sure that's current. Once the new wallet is released, I'll upgrade to that.

I know of AikaPool - good pool and good guy ...

AikaPool seem to be on the same chain also, so better to resync.

In the /ozziecoin directory ...

- Close the OZC wallet.
- Delete all files and directories (including the blockchain) except for the ozziecoin.conf (if you have one) and the wallet.dat. The wallet.dat file IS your wallet and contains ALL the coins you have. So even make a backup of that file as a precautionary step (copy wallet.dat to wallet.dat.bak or a filename you would use).
- Reopen the OZC wallet and let it sync from the beginning again.

At first your wallet may show a zero amount of OZC, but that will populate as the blockchain is downloaded and the wallet.dat is read for the transactions.

A full sync may take many hours to complete, so be patient and leave the wallet open on the desktop (assuming you have windows from the location of the OZC folder).

See what happens and what shows up after it is in full sync with the network.

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on November 04, 2018, 09:36:40 AM
Before I head out for the night, here are all of the transaction IDs that are showing up with a ? in my wallet:

Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 11/3/2018 00:02
From: unknown
To: oJSNLnifD9YM7JbhrLQrkZbf14kyypu7Wh (own address)
Credit: 3627.78072 OZC
Net amount: +3627.78072 OZC
Transaction ID: 797551424e00f2137b1707da0037b0fdf6e8af763a50e2e69fffe20d55e05787


Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 10/15/2018 16:18
From: unknown
To: oJSNLnifD9YM7JbhrLQrkZbf14kyypu7Wh (own address)
Credit: 0.20428 OZC
Net amount: +0.20428 OZC
Transaction ID: f43cab3cb0a7a3137b5163ea4ea9368fc237ba85c21d6a7d366bae3008b4a209

Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 10/15/2018 16:16
From: unknown
To: oJSNLnifD9YM7JbhrLQrkZbf14kyypu7Wh (own address)
Credit: 0.81713 OZC
Net amount: +0.81713 OZC
Transaction ID: 7f0302f967469792eca3066a940bfc0fe90a7f765b0a61588f97279d6cdeda80

Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 11/2/2018 11:30
From: unknown
To: oJSNLnifD9YM7JbhrLQrkZbf14kyypu7Wh (own address)
Credit: 62500.00 OZC
Net amount: +62500.00 OZC
Transaction ID: 1b785fd9a5402847eb97c337b26976f83226a244cb0422e214de8be993eb3163


Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 11/2/2018 11:30
From: unknown
To: oJSNLnifD9YM7JbhrLQrkZbf14kyypu7Wh (own address)
Credit: 49936.84171 OZC
Net amount: +49936.84171 OZC
Transaction ID: 526a6bc89ea31d828f7ce00e3173e8fcf5d642a705021a8e05730c83c12ce5fc


Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 11/1/2018 10:46
From: unknown
To: oJSNLnifD9YM7JbhrLQrkZbf14kyypu7Wh (own address)
Credit: 17477.71158 OZC
Net amount: +17477.71158 OZC
Transaction ID: 86e8df5aa49903d5c77b885dbb3841d53f6b5ff10c8dbb0ee3f78e43f69dd933


Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 11/1/2018 10:46
From: unknown
To: oJSNLnifD9YM7JbhrLQrkZbf14kyypu7Wh (own address)
Credit: 62500.00 OZC
Net amount: +62500.00 OZC
Transaction ID: 753371b67292f58a3495515912ed78855bca2bbd3ac72b7a43d61abd36bd8285


Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 11/1/2018 10:46
From: unknown
To: oJSNLnifD9YM7JbhrLQrkZbf14kyypu7Wh (own address)
Credit: 62500.00 OZC
Net amount: +62500.00 OZC
Transaction ID: 9c0e5e47e4a393da5c59fd296935df4991bf035098a88cf5150ba29df3039bae


Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 10/31/2018 10:42
From: unknown
To: oJSNLnifD9YM7JbhrLQrkZbf14kyypu7Wh (own address)
Credit: 49162.98967 OZC
Net amount: +49162.98967 OZC
Transaction ID: 6a61cf29d38638c06f16f8cfb8ae6ca3598d14fff87524c4b8210f3620abfeba


Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 10/15/2018 16:16
From: unknown
To: oJSNLnifD9YM7JbhrLQrkZbf14kyypu7Wh (own address)
Credit: 3.26852 OZC
Net amount: +3.26852 OZC
Transaction ID: 4d2e5087b7952c042c1538a08ee39abb4196cc73e332d8a987b226808a30a6d1


Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 10/15/2018 17:09
From: unknown
To: oJSNLnifD9YM7JbhrLQrkZbf14kyypu7Wh (own address)
Credit: 0.01277 OZC
Net amount: +0.01277 OZC
Transaction ID: 370b8753bb41af8c9a4a889a54d7807020bb39133d224ef289431be52e3c5ef8


Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 10/15/2018 16:46
From: unknown
To: oJSNLnifD9YM7JbhrLQrkZbf14kyypu7Wh (own address)
Credit: 0.02554 OZC
Net amount: +0.02554 OZC
Transaction ID: 5e5d9bc59f3162f0df7edbe1f948182e8337ebae792d8310c3a37d043bde15ab


Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 10/15/2018 16:25
From: unknown
To: oJSNLnifD9YM7JbhrLQrkZbf14kyypu7Wh (own address)
Credit: 0.10214 OZC
Net amount: +0.10214 OZC
Transaction ID: 04a25e8bb691af98b40ff3d3da18bb47623cc3a9fe119b4a8c99341f7cc872f4





Are these the transaction ID's of the pool? ...

If so, they will not show on the block explorer here - https://chainz.cryptoid.info/ozc/. I have checked against the block explorer and they are not found at all.

It is a possibility they were orphaned and your wallet has yet to show anything due to the resync, but wait till the sync finishes, and then have a look at what the wallet shows.

I have started a daemon in console (linux - Fedora 29 x64) and the details below are current and correct as of time of writing this post.

Code:
{
    "version" : 90104,
    "protocolversion" : 70004,
    "walletversion" : 60000,
    "balance" : 6.00000,
    "blocks" : 826911,
    "timeoffset" : 0,
    "connections" : 5,
    "proxy" : "",
    "difficulty" : 1025.19893,
    "testnet" : false,
    "keypoololdest" : 1462256894,
    "keypoolsize" : 101,
    "paytxfee" : 0.00000,
    "mininput" : 0.01000,
    "unlocked_until" : 0,
    "errors" : "Warning: This version is obsolete, upgrade required!"
}

So as you can see that the version and protocol version is the same, though the wallet itself should have come from our links here - https://mega.nz/#!sMFE0SbD!t_ZudzddepRGHP5SxDr6P7CNbmKuNE8EdAUQjrY483s

The warning of the version of wallet being obsolete is valid, but not mandatory upgrade warning just yet. We are about to test on this same version daemon on the official pool to see what will happen to our coins when we test this.

We have started the process of redevelopment using the latest fork of BTC core code in our CWI-Git, and will post soon regarding the plans we are about to develop into the coin.

When your wallet syncs, let us know what has happened to those transactions, as they do not seem to be on the block explorer currently.

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: SLasVegas on November 06, 2018, 06:27:00 PM
I performed the resync on the wallet as you said to.
after it completed, it's still showing 307,709 OZC unconfirmed.

Those transaction details I posted above were copied/pasted directly from the
transactions tab in my wallet.
I went back on aikapool, under my account transactions, and those trans id's match
what is showing up on my wallet.

I clicked on all of the trans ids in the link on aikapool, and it took me to the ozziecoin explorer
but showed no data.

Is it possible aikapool screwed me (on purpose, or not on purpose) when they sent these coins out?

What is your next suggested step?


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on November 07, 2018, 02:04:51 PM
I performed the resync on the wallet as you said to.
after it completed, it's still showing 307,709 OZC unconfirmed.

Those transaction details I posted above were copied/pasted directly from the
transactions tab in my wallet.
I went back on aikapool, under my account transactions, and those trans id's match
what is showing up on my wallet.

I clicked on all of the trans ids in the link on aikapool, and it took me to the ozziecoin explorer
but showed no data.

Is it possible aikapool screwed me (on purpose, or not on purpose) when they sent these coins out?

What is your next suggested step?

AikaPool in the sly? I highly doubt it ...

The owner of AikaPool has been around for a long time and has never caught my eye in doing anything in a malicious way. I even mined with AikaPool way back when I first started. One of the nicer pools out there in my opinion.

No - I am convinced it is not AikaPool doing anything in anyway malicious. It is more likely to be the current wallets doing what they always did, but on a newer blockchain. V4 Blocks (among other things) have been prematurely activated on the chain and in doing so, means that the older wallets' ways of performing actions (like transfers) are outdated. Not invalidated, just outdated. Such as having much lower Transaction Fess to the network per transaction, forcing the confirmations to take a much longer time to be confirmed, let alone recognised by the network.

We are working on an updated wallet here - https://github.com/chainworksindustries/OZC/ - which will bring into effect a number of things including V4 Blocks, SegWit, Logo/OZC Branding change and a few others, based on the latest BTC BaseCode. This will be the maintenance-release of OZC which will be the basis for the preparation of the HardFork to the latest OZC wallet we have in the pipeline.

Also one of the main reasons for intentionally allowing the sale of the majority of the long held coins, to enter the market at a very low 1sat, 3sat and 7sat level on Cryptopia. The result is two fold.

1 - It allows a very low entry level for the purchase of a large sum of OZC to be purchased at a low price, for those that WANT to be ready for the MasterNode inclusion when the HardFork is finalized.
2 - Allows for some funding to occur in the process for the further development of OZC, and the future development for theTEAM at CWI as well.

Mining will be back to normal when the new code is released in the coming days, and will be under similar parameters, apart from the a few that we are still finalizing (possibly halving starting at block 1Million, among others). A post was made on the CWI Discord OZC Channel regarding such issues. Copied below from my Discord connection (so times and dates may vary).

Code:
HashUnlimited | Yesterday at 3:36 AM
if somebody got unconfirmed transactions in their wallet, just wait or issue a resendwallettransactions command. I've seen old wallets are using ultra low fees and now adjusted the pool to accept those.

If you have access to Discord, please check there regularly, or wait till the full updates here, as we will try and sync both posts on Discord and BCT. So it seems the coins are not lost. When the new wallet is published soon, we should see things working a lot better. We will also post soon regarding the updates, and suspend mining on the Pyroxene (theMINE) also.

So currently, the BEST suggestion we can give is simply LEAVE THE COINS WHERE THEY ARE, and do not transfer them anywhere until we release this latest wallet - the maintenance-release. Allow a few days to get the code sorted, then the wallets.

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on November 13, 2018, 07:11:30 AM
### CWI-COINS - OZZIECOIN

Hi All ...

As many of you are aware, we have been working on the rebase of the OZC code and have now reached a stable level of the development.

This stage of the development is still the testing phase, but is stable enough to be considered a mandatory update for those that are wishing to start moving their coins about again. This of course should only happen when ALL areas are updated to the latest codebase, before the HardFork destined to bring about the new Algo, MasterNodes and (possibly) PoS, as we are still up in the air about adding PoS facility when MasterNodes are being included as well. As we get closer to the HardFork, we will determine what needs to be done.

What this new codebase brings forward are MANY advancements that come with the upgrade to the latest BTC Core CodeBase (0.17.99.0) including SegWit, V4 Blocks and (soon, via a future SoftFork) the halving of the coin emission per block, to name a few.

The Release Candidate 2 (RC2) of OZC is located here for Windows and OSX - https://github.com/chainworksindustries/ozc/releases/

For those with different flavours of Linux, please clone and compile from the 0.17 'stable' branch of the CodeBase here - https://github.com/chainworksindustries/ozc/

Code:
git clone https://github.com/chainworksindustries/ozc.git
cd ozc
git checkout 0.17
./autogen.sh && ./configure && make

Of course change the steps as desired for your version of Linux, as the above steps are a guideline only, remembering that the 'master branch' is the developmental branch and NOT for use in the production environments. The above process has compiled successfully in a few flavours of Linux without modification as long as all the development dependencies are installed, including QT5 development libraries if you want a GUI for the wallet.

PLEASE NOTE - that in order to transfer coins to and from wallets, it is imperative that the wallet you are sending TO is also on the same update of OZC RC2 as a minimum prerequisite. Especially in terms of transfers to and from Cryptopia Exchange (the ONLY Exchange we advise using at all - https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Exchange/?market=OZC_BTC). As of writing, Cryptopia has been sent an email regarding a number of changes, including the OZC update, so please be patient with us and be patient with the the time taken for Cryptopia to update to the latest wallet. For the time being, please DO NOT transfer coins to and from wallets unless you are CERTAIN they are on the same wallet update of minimum OZC RC2.

On a future point/note - we have been approached a number of times regarding the specs of the upcoming MasterNodes, especially regarding the amount that 'should' be held for MasterNode operation. We have discussed this and will continue to do discuss as we progress through the development, but as we see it so far, we would like to have a number of MasterNodes in the OZC network without flooding the network with MasterNodes, but also make them 'reasonably priced' enough for the 'everyday' person to be able to create a MasterNode or three without 'breaking the bank', as it were. Figures of 250KOZC or 700KOZC (and possibly above) are being considered. Whatever the figures we choose, it will be for the balance between a decent number of MasterNodes, and a 'reasonable' price level to purchase of coins so that everyone has a chance at owning at least one MasterNode. We understand that which ever way we decide with this, it will be for the benefit of the OZC network, and as such, is the main reason the large number of coins have been placed in 1sat, 3sat and 7sat sell walls in Cryptopia currently.

As mentioned many a time prior, the reason for this sale is two fold, being both the community (getting coins 'cheaply' at the lower end of the price scale) as well as the short term funding for the development team to continue with the development of all our projects. OZC development being the first step of course. Please do go ahead and update the wallet for the time being, and we hope to see the newer versions appear in the network list soon We look forward to getting more work done for the HardFork to go smooth when the time comes about, which we are hoping will be the very near future.

Keep an eye out for updates as they come through.

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: dragonvslinux on November 25, 2018, 05:09:33 PM
Any news on a packaged Linux image for this wallet? Would be useful... cba to build from source atm to test an online faucet.


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on November 26, 2018, 01:21:58 PM
Any news on a packaged Linux image for this wallet? Would be useful... cba to build from source atm to test an online faucet.

Compiles are the same format as the BTC compiles ...

So if you can compile the latest BTC Core code, you will be able to with OZC as well. The online Faucet that we officially support is already set, though if you have one in the works, let us know and we will look over what you are doing and help all we can in that area, if we can of course.

The Linux packages were not readily distributed purely because of the wide scope of distributions that are available, and the versions of binaries that can be created.

If there are ones that you require AND if we can create them, we will. Currently there are both Debian based, Fedora based and CentOS based binaries that we can immediately place for download. Let us know what you you would prefer, and we will do our best to cater to the different flavours of Linux.

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: Grujo1 on November 27, 2018, 07:10:54 AM
Cryptopia is delinting OZC coin, I also check YoBit exchange deposit wallet on YoBit is not working. So which solutions we have with our OZC coins on Cryptopia? Where we can transfer them until better days?

Thanks in advance


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: melih34 on November 27, 2018, 04:17:01 PM
Hi. Removing OZC coin from cryptopia exchange. I have my OZC balance of close to 1.5 million. What will happen to this money? Which wallet should I put this in? How do I sell this OZC coin?
Which wallet will I send the OZC coin to?


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on November 27, 2018, 08:09:51 PM
Hi. Removing OZC coin from cryptopia exchange. I have my OZC balance of close to 1.5 million. What will happen to this money? Which wallet should I put this in? How do I sell this OZC coin?
Which wallet will I send the OZC coin to?

Please do NOT send anything out of Cryptopia ...

At least not until they have updated the wallet to the latest version, which is the latest basecode V0.17.99.0

Once they update, the new wallet should be fully functional on the newest network protocol version, and will have no issues with sending out your coins to your wallet, which should also be the new wallet version. Please do NOT use the old wallets, as this will become an issue with sending and receiving of OZC.

We do not know the reason why Cryptopia are delisting both OZC and INFX, but they have mentioned that this is something they do not take lightly. In the few years our coins have been on Cryptopia, we have have VERY little issue, if at all with the exchange, and the service behind the Exchange. In fact, cryptopia have been FAR better than the 'other' bigger Exchange, that treated us like nothing more than garbage when they got very big. At the very least we have been on Cryptopia for a few years now, with GRN, OZC and INFX, and so far remains one of the best exchanges we have experienced to date.

We shall continue to develop OZC further, and with the solid basecode that OZC will ultimately have, will rebase all our coins with that basecode.

Now we need to look for an exchange that will allow us to setup 'home' for our coins, and become the foundation for the growth of the developments coming in the year ahead. Especially the integration of all our coins into the Master Coin/Wallet that we have planned for next year.

So sit tight, Cryptopia will do their bit as they always have, and remove all your coins to the new wallets that you can download from github for Windows and OSX, and await the next Exchange we deem to be our new trade place.

Thanks.

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: melih34 on November 28, 2018, 11:01:48 AM
Hi. Removing OZC coin from cryptopia exchange. I have my OZC balance of close to 1.5 million. What will happen to this money? Which wallet should I put this in? How do I sell this OZC coin?
Which wallet will I send the OZC coin to?

Please do NOT send anything out of Cryptopia ...

At least not until they have updated the wallet to the latest version, which is the latest basecode V0.17.99.0

Once they update, the new wallet should be fully functional on the newest network protocol version, and will have no issues with sending out your coins to your wallet, which should also be the new wallet version. Please do NOT use the old wallets, as this will become an issue with sending and receiving of OZC.

We do not know the reason why Cryptopia are delisting both OZC and INFX, but they have mentioned that this is something they do not take lightly. In the few years our coins have been on Cryptopia, we have have VERY little issue, if at all with the exchange, and the service behind the Exchange. In fact, cryptopia have been FAR better than the 'other' bigger Exchange, that treated us like nothing more than garbage when they got very big. At the very least we have been on Cryptopia for a few years now, with GRN, OZC and INFX, and so far remains one of the best exchanges we have experienced to date.

We shall continue to develop OZC further, and with the solid basecode that OZC will ultimately have, will rebase all our coins with that basecode.

Now we need to look for an exchange that will allow us to setup 'home' for our coins, and become the foundation for the growth of the developments coming in the year ahead. Especially the integration of all our coins into the Master Coin/Wallet that we have planned for next year.

So sit tight, Cryptopia will do their bit as they always have, and remove all your coins to the new wallets that you can download from github for Windows and OSX, and await the next Exchange we deem to be our new trade place.

Thanks.

#crysx

Okay #crysx. In that case, I will keep my coins in Cryptopia. My OZC coins will remain there until I update the Cryptopia wallet. I look forward to developments.


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on November 28, 2018, 11:37:08 AM
Hi. Removing OZC coin from cryptopia exchange. I have my OZC balance of close to 1.5 million. What will happen to this money? Which wallet should I put this in? How do I sell this OZC coin?
Which wallet will I send the OZC coin to?

Please do NOT send anything out of Cryptopia ...

At least not until they have updated the wallet to the latest version, which is the latest basecode V0.17.99.0

Once they update, the new wallet should be fully functional on the newest network protocol version, and will have no issues with sending out your coins to your wallet, which should also be the new wallet version. Please do NOT use the old wallets, as this will become an issue with sending and receiving of OZC.

We do not know the reason why Cryptopia are delisting both OZC and INFX, but they have mentioned that this is something they do not take lightly. In the few years our coins have been on Cryptopia, we have have VERY little issue, if at all with the exchange, and the service behind the Exchange. In fact, cryptopia have been FAR better than the 'other' bigger Exchange, that treated us like nothing more than garbage when they got very big. At the very least we have been on Cryptopia for a few years now, with GRN, OZC and INFX, and so far remains one of the best exchanges we have experienced to date.

We shall continue to develop OZC further, and with the solid basecode that OZC will ultimately have, will rebase all our coins with that basecode.

Now we need to look for an exchange that will allow us to setup 'home' for our coins, and become the foundation for the growth of the developments coming in the year ahead. Especially the integration of all our coins into the Master Coin/Wallet that we have planned for next year.

So sit tight, Cryptopia will do their bit as they always have, and remove all your coins to the new wallets that you can download from github for Windows and OSX, and await the next Exchange we deem to be our new trade place.

Thanks.

#crysx

Okay #crysx. In that case, I will keep my coins in Cryptopia. My OZC coins will remain there until I update the Cryptopia wallet. I look forward to developments.

Thanks ...

Even in the delisting, Cryptopia are courteous and helpful, and are striving to do what needs to be done to make this a smooth transition.

Patience!

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: MrTR3 on November 29, 2018, 04:41:02 AM
,,,, Cryptopia are delisting this due to a possible SECURITY ISSUE of stealing bitcoins .?

please explain ?


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on November 29, 2018, 10:37:41 AM
,,,, Cryptopia are delisting this due to a possible SECURITY ISSUE of stealing bitcoins .?

please explain ?

Explain what? ...

What you wrote there? Nothing to explain as Cryptopia have not published any reason why they are delisting except to send us (and anyone asking in support) a link to their delisting and coins policy.

So no - we will NOT explain that statement considering you lucked that out of somewhere, to insinuate that something is going on in a underhanded way. It isn't! Cryptopia are delisting more than 70 coins in the last few weeks and they have every right to. It is THEIR exchange and they seem to be culling all the low cap coins, which ours are part of. It is what happens when you corporatize the policies, and HAVE to abide by regulation from the Governments.

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on November 30, 2018, 09:12:36 AM
,,,, Cryptopia are delisting this due to a possible SECURITY ISSUE of stealing bitcoins .?

please explain ?

Deleted ...

Your response is uncalled for and unfounded, based on garbage and the lack of knowledge of the project. We have been around for a LONG time and I will NEVER tolerate that sort of response from you or any one esle.

Respond in a civil manner, or go elsewhere to post the verbal diarrhea that you just spewed.

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on November 30, 2018, 09:13:05 AM
### CWI-PYROXENE (theMINE) - MPOS BRANCH

Hi All ...

VERY important update here for the miners - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3829887.msg48343202#msg48343202

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: MrTR3 on November 30, 2018, 08:25:56 PM
,,,, Cryptopia are delisting this due to a possible SECURITY ISSUE of stealing bitcoins .?

please explain ?

Deleted ...

Your response is uncalled for and unfounded, based on garbage and the lack of knowledge of the project. We have been around for a LONG time and I will NEVER tolerate that sort of response from you or any one esle.

Respond in a civil manner, or go elsewhere to post the verbal diarrhea that you just spewed.

#crysx


.... the only verbal diarrhoea is off your fingers to your input device . you did say you  were in Australia ?
have you heard of these guys .... https://www.acorn.gov.au/ ....

they watch people like you .

.....


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: alirezaemami on December 01, 2018, 05:19:22 AM
Please do NOT send anything out of Cryptopia ...

At least not until they have updated the wallet to the latest version, which is the latest basecode V0.17.99.0

Once they update, the new wallet should be fully functional on the newest network protocol version, and will have no issues with sending out your coins to your wallet, which should also be the new wallet version. Please do NOT use the old wallets, as this will become an issue with sending and receiving of OZC.

We do not know the reason why Cryptopia are delisting both OZC and INFX, but they have mentioned that this is something they do not take lightly. In the few years our coins have been on Cryptopia, we have have VERY little issue, if at all with the exchange, and the service behind the Exchange. In fact, cryptopia have been FAR better than the 'other' bigger Exchange, that treated us like nothing more than garbage when they got very big. At the very least we have been on Cryptopia for a few years now, with GRN, OZC and INFX, and so far remains one of the best exchanges we have experienced to date.

We shall continue to develop OZC further, and with the solid basecode that OZC will ultimately have, will rebase all our coins with that basecode.

Now we need to look for an exchange that will allow us to setup 'home' for our coins, and become the foundation for the growth of the developments coming in the year ahead. Especially the integration of all our coins into the Master Coin/Wallet that we have planned for next year.

So sit tight, Cryptopia will do their bit as they always have, and remove all your coins to the new wallets that you can download from github for Windows and OSX, and await the next Exchange we deem to be our new trade place.

Thanks.

#crysx

YoBit.Net is in the alternative exchange that is available for OZC, but depositing OZC to this exchange is not available now.

What is your plan for the next home exchange for OZC?
Is there any online wallet that we could keep our coins there safely?


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on December 01, 2018, 06:03:16 AM
,,,, Cryptopia are delisting this due to a possible SECURITY ISSUE of stealing bitcoins .?

please explain ?

Deleted ...

Your response is uncalled for and unfounded, based on garbage and the lack of knowledge of the project. We have been around for a LONG time and I will NEVER tolerate that sort of response from you or any one esle.

Respond in a civil manner, or go elsewhere to post the verbal diarrhea that you just spewed.

#crysx


.... the only verbal diarrhoea is off your fingers to your input device . you did say you  were in Australia ?
have you heard of these guys .... https://www.acorn.gov.au/ ....

they watch people like you .

.....

ACORN - what a great company ...

Funny how we are not even on their radar don't you think, when you cry scam everywhere you go.

I have NO remorse for people like yourself that have absolutely NO IDEA about the history of a project, what has been created and what has not, what the core value of the team behind AND the company behind the projects are, and the PEOPLE behind that all. You direct your attack on my person? Then I challenge you to 'dig up dirt' by contacting ACORN and place a complaint. Let THEM do the research YOU are supposed to be doing, but so lazy to.

We have covered (in so many ways, and so many times) the process we acquired the project, what has happened (which is almost nothing up until a month ago), and what is happening to not only this project, but all the others we have in our project list. Your inherent lack of thought, and research acumen goes far beyond lazy. It touches on the realm of stupidity, such that it makes no sense that a veiled threat of the mention of ACORN would even move us (let alone me personally), a millimeter off our seats.

Yes, I am personally situated in Australia, as is the COMPANY you are referring to. ChainWorks Industries Pty Ltd. go ahead, look it up and see who I am and THEN go and complain to ACORN about us doing nothing but being transparent AND law abiding, under Australian jurisdiction. See how far you get with you incessant bleating of wrongdoing. It won't stick. We have been above board ALL the way here, in ALL we do and ALL we decide to do. Nothing underhanded and certainly not illegal, hence the reason the company was born.

Just because YOU are too damned lazy to research the project and coin, is of no consequence to me or us.

So please, go right ahead and place your complaints to ANY legal entity here in Australia. You will find at your cost and irreverence, that not only will you be wasting your time, but we are actually one of the SOLID entities in this CryptoIndustry that is wrought with scammers and thieves, and are here in Australia ... to stay!

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on December 01, 2018, 06:17:53 AM
Please do NOT send anything out of Cryptopia ...

At least not until they have updated the wallet to the latest version, which is the latest basecode V0.17.99.0

Once they update, the new wallet should be fully functional on the newest network protocol version, and will have no issues with sending out your coins to your wallet, which should also be the new wallet version. Please do NOT use the old wallets, as this will become an issue with sending and receiving of OZC.

We do not know the reason why Cryptopia are delisting both OZC and INFX, but they have mentioned that this is something they do not take lightly. In the few years our coins have been on Cryptopia, we have have VERY little issue, if at all with the exchange, and the service behind the Exchange. In fact, cryptopia have been FAR better than the 'other' bigger Exchange, that treated us like nothing more than garbage when they got very big. At the very least we have been on Cryptopia for a few years now, with GRN, OZC and INFX, and so far remains one of the best exchanges we have experienced to date.

We shall continue to develop OZC further, and with the solid basecode that OZC will ultimately have, will rebase all our coins with that basecode.

Now we need to look for an exchange that will allow us to setup 'home' for our coins, and become the foundation for the growth of the developments coming in the year ahead. Especially the integration of all our coins into the Master Coin/Wallet that we have planned for next year.

So sit tight, Cryptopia will do their bit as they always have, and remove all your coins to the new wallets that you can download from github for Windows and OSX, and await the next Exchange we deem to be our new trade place.

Thanks.

#crysx

YoBit.Net is in the alternative exchange that is available for OZC, but depositing OZC to this exchange is not available now.

What is your plan for the next home exchange for OZC?
Is there any online wallet that we could keep our coins there safely?

Yobit is NOT an alternative exchange ...

PLEASE stay away from these scumbags. What you do with them is at your own risk.

Yobit themselves have no sense of honesty, respect, or business knowledge. They will do what it takes to rip off those people (and developers and development teams) as much as they can. We have not dealt with Yobit for a couple of years now for three main reasons.

1 - They are GREED focused and have no intention on helping ANYONE with wallet issues, unless it is paid for EVERY SINGLE TIME. Even then it takes them MONTHS before they bother.
2 - Backup service is ZERO. They do not respond to emails from official team members, and refuse to acknowledge any form of work and even if they did, takes a LONG time before they react. Cases in point - DRZ has now been 3Years, OZC has now been over 2Years, and INFX is also over 2Years, since requests (many at a time) have been forwarded to this pathetic excuse of an exchange.
3 - The Yobit team (I honestly believe there must be one or two people at most) refuse to act on work required on any of our coins, and CWI is not the only ones suffering and complaining about this lack of service and care.

So if you do decide to use Yobit, you are doing at your OWN risk, and believe me, at your own EXPENSE. You will lose out with this exchange.

We at CWI will categorically state, in no uncertain terms, that we will NOT endorse, nor factor in that this scumbag of a site, will be part of our advertising, commitment to professionalism and stability, nor will they be part of our discussion if we can help it (with certain times like this being the exception).

Please be patient and we will get our coins onto an exchange that is a damned site more reputable (which really isn't difficult when comparing to Yobit), and will start to trade when we have tested the new Exchange thoroughly. Patience is the key. Alternatively, you could join our Discord Group, and trade in our #trade channel as I update all new trades to the Pinned post on that channel regularly.

The day that Yobit cleans their act up, is the day that MOST of the Crypto Market will start to have respect anewed for them. Till then, avoid Yobit like the plague. You have been warned.

#crysx



Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: Leszek on December 11, 2018, 12:46:49 AM
Hi, should we still stay on CRYPTOPIA or withdraw to Ozziecoin 0.17 Release Candidate 2 wallet ?


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on December 11, 2018, 06:39:23 AM
Hi, should we still stay on CRYPTOPIA or withdraw to Ozziecoin 0.17 Release Candidate 2 wallet ?

Move all coins ...

The links to the wallets have been provided, and when Cryptopia is ready to reopen the market for withdrawals, move ALL your coins contained in their wallet to your own personal wallet.

Make sure YOUR wallet is the latest 0.17RC2 wallet, otherwise after Cryptopia finish the update, you will not be able to withdraw. The BlockChain is already well past the V4 Block activation and SegWit activation, so there will be major issues if you try and transfer to an old wallet. Issues that will NOT be the fault of either Cryptopia, or CWI if you do not update.

If you have issues running the new wallets, please ask here, or join the Official CWI Discord Group and post in the coins/#ozziecoin-ozc channel.

Thanks.

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: Leszek on December 11, 2018, 08:48:51 PM
I install wallet Ozziecoin version v0.17.0.99-14161d50f (64-bit), but I have 0 active connections, should I add any nodes ?


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on December 12, 2018, 06:55:25 AM
I install wallet Ozziecoin version v0.17.0.99-14161d50f (64-bit), but I have 0 active connections, should I add any nodes ?

Yes ...

- Locate the (or create if you don't have one) the ozziecoin.conf file (I am unsure where it is located in Windows if you have it)
- Close the wallet if you have it running.
- Go to this link - https://chainz.cryptoid.info/ozc/#!network - and click on the 'node list' button where /CWI_OZC:0.17.99/ is located.
- Copy and paste these node listings (no matter how many) to the ozziecoin.conf file.
- Save the ozzeicoin.conf file.
- Restart your wallet and wait till the wallet finds an active peer.

The alternative is ...

- Run the wallet .
- Click on the 'Help' Menu Item.
- Click on 'Debug Window'
- When the 'Debug Window' opens, click on the 'Console' Tab.
- At the bottom there is a Navigation/Input Pane where you should punch in the node addresses from the Block Explorer, except in this form below -

Code:
addnode 108.170.1.134 add

- Continue doing this until you have entered at least three nodes.
- Close the 'Debug Window' and wait until the wallets finds an active peer.

Syncing should start from there.

If syncing does not start, then there is another issue you need to look at, whether it be a firewall port exception, or opening the P2P port in the Modem/Router you are using. This is beyond the scope of this post as each have different settings.

Currently, below is the listings of nodes in my currently active wallet.

Code:
[
  {
    "id": 0,
    "addr": "159.148.186.132:39042",
    "addrlocal": "49.176.248.102:41874",
    "addrbind": "192.168.0.71:41874",
    "services": "000000000000040d",
    "relaytxes": true,
    "lastsend": 1544597556,
    "lastrecv": 1544597635,
    "bytessent": 85988,
    "bytesrecv": 514160,
    "conntime": 1544442813,
    "timeoffset": 0,
    "pingtime": 0.40021,
    "minping": 0.396583,
    "version": 70015,
    "subver": "/CWI_OZC:0.17.99/",
    "inbound": false,
    "addnode": false,
    "startingheight": 847602,
    "banscore": 0,
    "synced_headers": 848632,
    "synced_blocks": 848632,
    "inflight": [
    ],
    "whitelisted": false,
    "minfeefilter": 0.00000000,
    "bytessent_per_msg": {
      "addr": 110,
      "feefilter": 32,
      "getaddr": 24,
      "getdata": 1098,
      "getheaders": 1053,
      "headers": 530,
      "inv": 305,
      "ping": 41280,
      "pong": 41280,
      "sendcmpct": 99,
      "sendheaders": 24,
      "verack": 24,
      "version": 129
    },
    "bytesrecv_per_msg": {
      "addr": 1520,
      "cmpctblock": 320184,
      "getheaders": 1053,
      "headers": 212,
      "inv": 1159,
      "ping": 41280,
      "pong": 41280,
      "sendcmpct": 66,
      "sendheaders": 24,
      "tx": 107231,
      "verack": 24,
      "version": 127
    }
  },
  {
    "id": 1,
    "addr": "188.165.39.224:39042",
    "addrlocal": "49.176.248.102:50946",
    "addrbind": "192.168.0.71:50946",
    "services": "0000000000000003",
    "relaytxes": true,
    "lastsend": 1544597635,
    "lastrecv": 1544597636,
    "bytessent": 121111,
    "bytesrecv": 1183671,
    "conntime": 1544442814,
    "timeoffset": 0,
    "pingtime": 0.455879,
    "minping": 0.367661,
    "version": 70004,
    "subver": "/Satoshi:0.9.1.4/",
    "inbound": false,
    "addnode": false,
    "startingheight": 847602,
    "banscore": 0,
    "synced_headers": 848632,
    "synced_blocks": 847602,
    "inflight": [
    ],
    "whitelisted": false,
    "minfeefilter": 0.00000000,
    "bytessent_per_msg": {
      "addr": 165,
      "alert": 192,
      "getaddr": 24,
      "getheaders": 1053,
      "inv": 64355,
      "ping": 41280,
      "tx": 13889,
      "verack": 24,
      "version": 129
    },
    "bytesrecv_per_msg": {
      "addr": 14042,
      "getblocks": 1077219,
      "getdata": 427,
      "headers": 106,
      "inv": 50447,
      "pong": 41280,
      "verack": 24,
      "version": 126
    }
  },
  {
    "id": 3,
    "addr": "5.196.117.40:39042",
    "addrlocal": "49.176.248.102:55836",
    "addrbind": "192.168.0.71:55836",
    "services": "000000000000040d",
    "relaytxes": true,
    "lastsend": 1544597569,
    "lastrecv": 1544597635,
    "bytessent": 106044,
    "bytesrecv": 248207,
    "conntime": 1544442831,
    "timeoffset": -1,
    "pingtime": 0.372827,
    "minping": 0.369817,
    "version": 70015,
    "subver": "/SatOzzie:0.17.99/",
    "inbound": false,
    "addnode": false,
    "startingheight": 847602,
    "banscore": 0,
    "synced_headers": 848632,
    "synced_blocks": 848632,
    "inflight": [
    ],
    "whitelisted": false,
    "minfeefilter": 0.00000010,
    "bytessent_per_msg": {
      "addr": 55,
      "feefilter": 32,
      "getaddr": 24,
      "getdata": 5551,
      "getheaders": 1053,
      "headers": 15794,
      "inv": 732,
      "ping": 41280,
      "pong": 41280,
      "sendcmpct": 66,
      "sendheaders": 24,
      "verack": 24,
      "version": 129
    },
    "bytesrecv_per_msg": {
      "addr": 2385,
      "cmpctblock": 27074,
      "feefilter": 32,
      "getheaders": 1053,
      "headers": 108862,
      "inv": 732,
      "ping": 41280,
      "pong": 41280,
      "sendcmpct": 66,
      "sendheaders": 24,
      "tx": 25267,
      "verack": 24,
      "version": 128
    }
  },
  {
    "id": 256,
    "addr": "178.128.56.201",
    "addrlocal": "49.176.248.102:58698",
    "addrbind": "192.168.0.71:58698",
    "services": "000000000000040d",
    "relaytxes": true,
    "lastsend": 1544597635,
    "lastrecv": 1544597635,
    "bytessent": 79694,
    "bytesrecv": 136174,
    "conntime": 1544532733,
    "timeoffset": 0,
    "pingtime": 0.325885,
    "minping": 0.323263,
    "version": 70015,
    "subver": "/CWI_OZC:0.17.99/",
    "inbound": false,
    "addnode": true,
    "startingheight": 848201,
    "banscore": 0,
    "synced_headers": 848632,
    "synced_blocks": 848632,
    "inflight": [
    ],
    "whitelisted": false,
    "minfeefilter": 0.00000010,
    "bytessent_per_msg": {
      "addr": 55,
      "feefilter": 32,
      "getaddr": 24,
      "getdata": 183,
      "getheaders": 1053,
      "headers": 43142,
      "inv": 305,
      "ping": 17312,
      "pong": 17312,
      "sendcmpct": 99,
      "sendheaders": 24,
      "verack": 24,
      "version": 129
    },
    "bytesrecv_per_msg": {
      "addr": 740,
      "cmpctblock": 61488,
      "feefilter": 32,
      "getheaders": 1053,
      "headers": 24910,
      "inv": 305,
      "ping": 17312,
      "pong": 17312,
      "sendcmpct": 66,
      "sendheaders": 24,
      "tx": 12781,
      "verack": 24,
      "version": 127
    }
  }
]

Hope this helps.

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: Leszek on December 12, 2018, 03:42:02 PM
Thank you, it is working now. Is V0.17.99.0 what I have ( Ozziecoin version v0.17.0.99-14161d50f (64-bit))  -  V0.17.99.0 vs v0.17.0.99


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: alaraak9 on December 12, 2018, 10:47:53 PM
download link is dead..


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on December 13, 2018, 12:09:59 PM
Thank you, it is working now. Is V0.17.99.0 what I have ( Ozziecoin version v0.17.0.99-14161d50f (64-bit))  -  V0.17.99.0 vs v0.17.0.99

Glad it worked out ...

As for the version info - that is obviously a typo no one seemed to notice at the time.

We will fix this when we HardFork OZC to the new Algo soon.

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on December 13, 2018, 12:10:29 PM
download link is dead..

Which link is that? ...

And where please? We will fix as soon as possible.

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: swanvalkyrie on December 13, 2018, 09:15:45 PM
Crysx, please help.

I have OZC and need to transfer it off the exchange.  I downloaded the 17 RC2 wallet from your website (i'm not familiar with wallets on PC, I normally send to exchanges).  It's telling me that I need to download 4 years worth of blockchain ?? How do I stop this!  I just want to be able to send the coins to somewhere safe.  Can I use public and private keys ? A generator of some kind?  Please let me know some legitimate examples.


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: swanvalkyrie on December 13, 2018, 09:45:47 PM
I install wallet Ozziecoin version v0.17.0.99-14161d50f (64-bit), but I have 0 active connections, should I add any nodes ?

Yes ...

- Locate the (or create if you don't have one) the ozziecoin.conf file (I am unsure where it is located in Windows if you have it)
- Close the wallet if you have it running.
- Go to this link - https://chainz.cryptoid.info/ozc/#!network - and click on the 'node list' button where /CWI_OZC:0.17.99/ is located.
- Copy and paste these node listings (no matter how many) to the ozziecoin.conf file.
- Save the ozzeicoin.conf file.
- Restart your wallet and wait till the wallet finds an active peer.

The alternative is ...

- Run the wallet .
- Click on the 'Help' Menu Item.
- Click on 'Debug Window'
- When the 'Debug Window' opens, click on the 'Console' Tab.
- At the bottom there is a Navigation/Input Pane where you should punch in the node addresses from the Block Explorer, except in this form below -

Code:
addnode 108.170.1.134 add

- Continue doing this until you have entered at least three nodes.
- Close the 'Debug Window' and wait until the wallets finds an active peer.

Syncing should start from there.

If syncing does not start, then there is another issue you need to look at, whether it be a firewall port exception, or opening the P2P port in the Modem/Router you are using. This is beyond the scope of this post as each have different settings.

Currently, below is the listings of nodes in my currently active wallet.

Code:
[
  {
    "id": 0,
    "addr": "159.148.186.132:39042",
    "addrlocal": "49.176.248.102:41874",
    "addrbind": "192.168.0.71:41874",
    "services": "000000000000040d",
    "relaytxes": true,
    "lastsend": 1544597556,
    "lastrecv": 1544597635,
    "bytessent": 85988,
    "bytesrecv": 514160,
    "conntime": 1544442813,
    "timeoffset": 0,
    "pingtime": 0.40021,
    "minping": 0.396583,
    "version": 70015,
    "subver": "/CWI_OZC:0.17.99/",
    "inbound": false,
    "addnode": false,
    "startingheight": 847602,
    "banscore": 0,
    "synced_headers": 848632,
    "synced_blocks": 848632,
    "inflight": [
    ],
    "whitelisted": false,
    "minfeefilter": 0.00000000,
    "bytessent_per_msg": {
      "addr": 110,
      "feefilter": 32,
      "getaddr": 24,
      "getdata": 1098,
      "getheaders": 1053,
      "headers": 530,
      "inv": 305,
      "ping": 41280,
      "pong": 41280,
      "sendcmpct": 99,
      "sendheaders": 24,
      "verack": 24,
      "version": 129
    },
    "bytesrecv_per_msg": {
      "addr": 1520,
      "cmpctblock": 320184,
      "getheaders": 1053,
      "headers": 212,
      "inv": 1159,
      "ping": 41280,
      "pong": 41280,
      "sendcmpct": 66,
      "sendheaders": 24,
      "tx": 107231,
      "verack": 24,
      "version": 127
    }
  },
  {
    "id": 1,
    "addr": "188.165.39.224:39042",
    "addrlocal": "49.176.248.102:50946",
    "addrbind": "192.168.0.71:50946",
    "services": "0000000000000003",
    "relaytxes": true,
    "lastsend": 1544597635,
    "lastrecv": 1544597636,
    "bytessent": 121111,
    "bytesrecv": 1183671,
    "conntime": 1544442814,
    "timeoffset": 0,
    "pingtime": 0.455879,
    "minping": 0.367661,
    "version": 70004,
    "subver": "/Satoshi:0.9.1.4/",
    "inbound": false,
    "addnode": false,
    "startingheight": 847602,
    "banscore": 0,
    "synced_headers": 848632,
    "synced_blocks": 847602,
    "inflight": [
    ],
    "whitelisted": false,
    "minfeefilter": 0.00000000,
    "bytessent_per_msg": {
      "addr": 165,
      "alert": 192,
      "getaddr": 24,
      "getheaders": 1053,
      "inv": 64355,
      "ping": 41280,
      "tx": 13889,
      "verack": 24,
      "version": 129
    },
    "bytesrecv_per_msg": {
      "addr": 14042,
      "getblocks": 1077219,
      "getdata": 427,
      "headers": 106,
      "inv": 50447,
      "pong": 41280,
      "verack": 24,
      "version": 126
    }
  },
  {
    "id": 3,
    "addr": "5.196.117.40:39042",
    "addrlocal": "49.176.248.102:55836",
    "addrbind": "192.168.0.71:55836",
    "services": "000000000000040d",
    "relaytxes": true,
    "lastsend": 1544597569,
    "lastrecv": 1544597635,
    "bytessent": 106044,
    "bytesrecv": 248207,
    "conntime": 1544442831,
    "timeoffset": -1,
    "pingtime": 0.372827,
    "minping": 0.369817,
    "version": 70015,
    "subver": "/SatOzzie:0.17.99/",
    "inbound": false,
    "addnode": false,
    "startingheight": 847602,
    "banscore": 0,
    "synced_headers": 848632,
    "synced_blocks": 848632,
    "inflight": [
    ],
    "whitelisted": false,
    "minfeefilter": 0.00000010,
    "bytessent_per_msg": {
      "addr": 55,
      "feefilter": 32,
      "getaddr": 24,
      "getdata": 5551,
      "getheaders": 1053,
      "headers": 15794,
      "inv": 732,
      "ping": 41280,
      "pong": 41280,
      "sendcmpct": 66,
      "sendheaders": 24,
      "verack": 24,
      "version": 129
    },
    "bytesrecv_per_msg": {
      "addr": 2385,
      "cmpctblock": 27074,
      "feefilter": 32,
      "getheaders": 1053,
      "headers": 108862,
      "inv": 732,
      "ping": 41280,
      "pong": 41280,
      "sendcmpct": 66,
      "sendheaders": 24,
      "tx": 25267,
      "verack": 24,
      "version": 128
    }
  },
  {
    "id": 256,
    "addr": "178.128.56.201",
    "addrlocal": "49.176.248.102:58698",
    "addrbind": "192.168.0.71:58698",
    "services": "000000000000040d",
    "relaytxes": true,
    "lastsend": 1544597635,
    "lastrecv": 1544597635,
    "bytessent": 79694,
    "bytesrecv": 136174,
    "conntime": 1544532733,
    "timeoffset": 0,
    "pingtime": 0.325885,
    "minping": 0.323263,
    "version": 70015,
    "subver": "/CWI_OZC:0.17.99/",
    "inbound": false,
    "addnode": true,
    "startingheight": 848201,
    "banscore": 0,
    "synced_headers": 848632,
    "synced_blocks": 848632,
    "inflight": [
    ],
    "whitelisted": false,
    "minfeefilter": 0.00000010,
    "bytessent_per_msg": {
      "addr": 55,
      "feefilter": 32,
      "getaddr": 24,
      "getdata": 183,
      "getheaders": 1053,
      "headers": 43142,
      "inv": 305,
      "ping": 17312,
      "pong": 17312,
      "sendcmpct": 99,
      "sendheaders": 24,
      "verack": 24,
      "version": 129
    },
    "bytesrecv_per_msg": {
      "addr": 740,
      "cmpctblock": 61488,
      "feefilter": 32,
      "getheaders": 1053,
      "headers": 24910,
      "inv": 305,
      "ping": 17312,
      "pong": 17312,
      "sendcmpct": 66,
      "sendheaders": 24,
      "tx": 12781,
      "verack": 24,
      "version": 127
    }
  }
]

Hope this helps.

#crysx

I have the wallet open.  There is no CONF file.  I tried the debug method, copied and pasted that one line and it says NULL.  That's it.  Not working?

UPDATE: I created my own config file, didn't work.  Opened up settings in wallet and it says OPEN CONF FILE.  Did this instead, pasted nodes, restarted and that worked.  It's now syncing.

One question remains though, do I really need to download 200GB worth of blockchain just to send the coins from the exchange to a wallet?


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on December 14, 2018, 06:28:24 AM
I install wallet Ozziecoin version v0.17.0.99-14161d50f (64-bit), but I have 0 active connections, should I add any nodes ?

Yes ...

- Locate the (or create if you don't have one) the ozziecoin.conf file (I am unsure where it is located in Windows if you have it)
- Close the wallet if you have it running.
- Go to this link - https://chainz.cryptoid.info/ozc/#!network - and click on the 'node list' button where /CWI_OZC:0.17.99/ is located.
- Copy and paste these node listings (no matter how many) to the ozziecoin.conf file.
- Save the ozzeicoin.conf file.
- Restart your wallet and wait till the wallet finds an active peer.

The alternative is ...

- Run the wallet .
- Click on the 'Help' Menu Item.
- Click on 'Debug Window'
- When the 'Debug Window' opens, click on the 'Console' Tab.
- At the bottom there is a Navigation/Input Pane where you should punch in the node addresses from the Block Explorer, except in this form below -

Code:
addnode 108.170.1.134 add

- Continue doing this until you have entered at least three nodes.
- Close the 'Debug Window' and wait until the wallets finds an active peer.

Syncing should start from there.

If syncing does not start, then there is another issue you need to look at, whether it be a firewall port exception, or opening the P2P port in the Modem/Router you are using. This is beyond the scope of this post as each have different settings.

Currently, below is the listings of nodes in my currently active wallet.

Code:
[
  {
    "id": 0,
    "addr": "159.148.186.132:39042",
    "addrlocal": "49.176.248.102:41874",
    "addrbind": "192.168.0.71:41874",
    "services": "000000000000040d",
    "relaytxes": true,
    "lastsend": 1544597556,
    "lastrecv": 1544597635,
    "bytessent": 85988,
    "bytesrecv": 514160,
    "conntime": 1544442813,
    "timeoffset": 0,
    "pingtime": 0.40021,
    "minping": 0.396583,
    "version": 70015,
    "subver": "/CWI_OZC:0.17.99/",
    "inbound": false,
    "addnode": false,
    "startingheight": 847602,
    "banscore": 0,
    "synced_headers": 848632,
    "synced_blocks": 848632,
    "inflight": [
    ],
    "whitelisted": false,
    "minfeefilter": 0.00000000,
    "bytessent_per_msg": {
      "addr": 110,
      "feefilter": 32,
      "getaddr": 24,
      "getdata": 1098,
      "getheaders": 1053,
      "headers": 530,
      "inv": 305,
      "ping": 41280,
      "pong": 41280,
      "sendcmpct": 99,
      "sendheaders": 24,
      "verack": 24,
      "version": 129
    },
    "bytesrecv_per_msg": {
      "addr": 1520,
      "cmpctblock": 320184,
      "getheaders": 1053,
      "headers": 212,
      "inv": 1159,
      "ping": 41280,
      "pong": 41280,
      "sendcmpct": 66,
      "sendheaders": 24,
      "tx": 107231,
      "verack": 24,
      "version": 127
    }
  },
  {
    "id": 1,
    "addr": "188.165.39.224:39042",
    "addrlocal": "49.176.248.102:50946",
    "addrbind": "192.168.0.71:50946",
    "services": "0000000000000003",
    "relaytxes": true,
    "lastsend": 1544597635,
    "lastrecv": 1544597636,
    "bytessent": 121111,
    "bytesrecv": 1183671,
    "conntime": 1544442814,
    "timeoffset": 0,
    "pingtime": 0.455879,
    "minping": 0.367661,
    "version": 70004,
    "subver": "/Satoshi:0.9.1.4/",
    "inbound": false,
    "addnode": false,
    "startingheight": 847602,
    "banscore": 0,
    "synced_headers": 848632,
    "synced_blocks": 847602,
    "inflight": [
    ],
    "whitelisted": false,
    "minfeefilter": 0.00000000,
    "bytessent_per_msg": {
      "addr": 165,
      "alert": 192,
      "getaddr": 24,
      "getheaders": 1053,
      "inv": 64355,
      "ping": 41280,
      "tx": 13889,
      "verack": 24,
      "version": 129
    },
    "bytesrecv_per_msg": {
      "addr": 14042,
      "getblocks": 1077219,
      "getdata": 427,
      "headers": 106,
      "inv": 50447,
      "pong": 41280,
      "verack": 24,
      "version": 126
    }
  },
  {
    "id": 3,
    "addr": "5.196.117.40:39042",
    "addrlocal": "49.176.248.102:55836",
    "addrbind": "192.168.0.71:55836",
    "services": "000000000000040d",
    "relaytxes": true,
    "lastsend": 1544597569,
    "lastrecv": 1544597635,
    "bytessent": 106044,
    "bytesrecv": 248207,
    "conntime": 1544442831,
    "timeoffset": -1,
    "pingtime": 0.372827,
    "minping": 0.369817,
    "version": 70015,
    "subver": "/SatOzzie:0.17.99/",
    "inbound": false,
    "addnode": false,
    "startingheight": 847602,
    "banscore": 0,
    "synced_headers": 848632,
    "synced_blocks": 848632,
    "inflight": [
    ],
    "whitelisted": false,
    "minfeefilter": 0.00000010,
    "bytessent_per_msg": {
      "addr": 55,
      "feefilter": 32,
      "getaddr": 24,
      "getdata": 5551,
      "getheaders": 1053,
      "headers": 15794,
      "inv": 732,
      "ping": 41280,
      "pong": 41280,
      "sendcmpct": 66,
      "sendheaders": 24,
      "verack": 24,
      "version": 129
    },
    "bytesrecv_per_msg": {
      "addr": 2385,
      "cmpctblock": 27074,
      "feefilter": 32,
      "getheaders": 1053,
      "headers": 108862,
      "inv": 732,
      "ping": 41280,
      "pong": 41280,
      "sendcmpct": 66,
      "sendheaders": 24,
      "tx": 25267,
      "verack": 24,
      "version": 128
    }
  },
  {
    "id": 256,
    "addr": "178.128.56.201",
    "addrlocal": "49.176.248.102:58698",
    "addrbind": "192.168.0.71:58698",
    "services": "000000000000040d",
    "relaytxes": true,
    "lastsend": 1544597635,
    "lastrecv": 1544597635,
    "bytessent": 79694,
    "bytesrecv": 136174,
    "conntime": 1544532733,
    "timeoffset": 0,
    "pingtime": 0.325885,
    "minping": 0.323263,
    "version": 70015,
    "subver": "/CWI_OZC:0.17.99/",
    "inbound": false,
    "addnode": true,
    "startingheight": 848201,
    "banscore": 0,
    "synced_headers": 848632,
    "synced_blocks": 848632,
    "inflight": [
    ],
    "whitelisted": false,
    "minfeefilter": 0.00000010,
    "bytessent_per_msg": {
      "addr": 55,
      "feefilter": 32,
      "getaddr": 24,
      "getdata": 183,
      "getheaders": 1053,
      "headers": 43142,
      "inv": 305,
      "ping": 17312,
      "pong": 17312,
      "sendcmpct": 99,
      "sendheaders": 24,
      "verack": 24,
      "version": 129
    },
    "bytesrecv_per_msg": {
      "addr": 740,
      "cmpctblock": 61488,
      "feefilter": 32,
      "getheaders": 1053,
      "headers": 24910,
      "inv": 305,
      "ping": 17312,
      "pong": 17312,
      "sendcmpct": 66,
      "sendheaders": 24,
      "tx": 12781,
      "verack": 24,
      "version": 127
    }
  }
]

Hope this helps.

#crysx

I have the wallet open.  There is no CONF file.  I tried the debug method, copied and pasted that one line and it says NULL.  That's it.  Not working?

UPDATE: I created my own config file, didn't work.  Opened up settings in wallet and it says OPEN CONF FILE.  Did this instead, pasted nodes, restarted and that worked.  It's now syncing.

One question remains though, do I really need to download 200GB worth of blockchain just to send the coins from the exchange to a wallet?

OK ...

It is good that you have it finally working. A couple of points to note.

- As with almost EVERY other coin out there, based on the BitCoin code or otherwise, the procedures are almost identical to getting these things running, and as the nodes are NOT hardcoded in this Release Candidate (RC2), it is necessary to get things running this way for the time being.
- The blockchain IS the ledger that make the wallet run. So in answer to your question, if you are moving coins to a LOCAL wallet, then yes, the entire blockchain must be downloaded. Tried a full Bitcoin Wallet? Many hundreds of GB need to be downloaded before you can use it, though you do have 'light' wallets available for BitCoin and many others, of which we are not yet up to in development. We have just started the coin development process, as we started from the backend first, to make sure whatever we develop has the infrastructure backing.

As for the conf file. If you are using Windows, case shouldn't be an issue. Linux is a different story and case ALWAYS matters for Linux.

ozziecoin.conf - is the case and name that OZC requires to have, though much more lax with Windows, and it MUST be in the right place, which is where the wallet and blockchain is located. In the Case of Windows, I am told it is in the %appdata% Directory, and in Linux it is the .ozziecoin/ directory.

The opening config in menu is actually a really simple way of doing this, but I have no idea if this stays persistent after closing the wallet, and reopening. The best way to maintain your settings is the .conf file in the OzzieCoin Directory.

We are working with another Exchange currently, and have struck an agreement, and arrangement with them, so publication of details will follow shortly. The only issue we have currently is that Cryptopia are taking their time with the update and release of the OZC/BTC market.

BTW - the actual OzzieCoin blockchain is no more than 590MB as of time of posting, not 200GB as you stated. You are confusing OZC with BTC ;)

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on December 15, 2018, 02:00:31 PM
### CWI-COINS - OZZIECOIN

Hi All ...

Just to let you all know that we are working tirelessly to bring the next version of the OZC code to being. In the meantime, we have removed the links from the OP, and change it somewhat to reflect this. OZC itself has changed, and due to the latest issues we have been notified with, are making a few more changes to the CodeBase so that these issues are kept to a minimal.

So bear with us as we move towards these changes this coming week, and we will release the new code and wallets as soon as we have fully tested them.

Thanks for your patience. Cryptopia will be notified in the coming days also.

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on December 20, 2018, 03:13:56 PM
### CWI-TRADE - EXCHANGE

Hi All ...

VERY important update here - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1563601.msg48783659#msg48783659

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: Vestein on January 03, 2019, 01:54:46 PM
Hello,
Where should I move my ozzie coins from Cryptopia?
I can see ozzie coin git hub page last updated was 2 years ago and there are no compiled version to download the wallet.
I could not find the discord group, and I am running out of time to get my coins somewhere else out of cryptopia.
I appreciate your help.
Thank you.


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on January 03, 2019, 02:43:40 PM
Hello,
Where should I move my ozzie coins from Cryptopia?
I can see ozzie coin git hub page last updated was 2 years ago and there are no compiled version to download the wallet.
I could not find the discord group, and I am running out of time to get my coins somewhere else out of cryptopia.
I appreciate your help.
Thank you.

We are now back ...

Responding to the Cryptopia email that was sent a couple of days ago, we have been working on the latest CodeBase for OZC (0.17.1.0) which is in a Private Git currently. This CodeBase has a known issue that we are currently looking into for a fix. When that happens, we will make the Git public, and create the Windows and OSX wallets publicly available also.

Until then, we will be testing the old Legacy OZC Wallets (0.9.1.4) this weekend, and if the tests prove workable, then will post as such. Until then, we cannot confirm whether ANY coins moved from one wallet to another will be successful. Once we confirm one way or another, we will publish our findings from our testing over this weekend, and we will let Cryptopia and you all know what our results have been.

Until then, a request for an extension of delist to the 25th January 2019 has been made to Cryptopia, and we ask you all as a community to holdfast with refraining from moving ANY coins from one wallet to another until we can categorically confirm that it is safe and secure to do so.

Thanks for you patience, as we work this out.

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on January 06, 2019, 12:35:08 PM
### CWI-TRADE - EXCHANGE

Hi All ...

Urgent update here - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1563601.msg49079718#msg49079718

Also to let everyone know that we have finalized our new Maintenance CodeBase for OZC, and have publicly released the Git here - https://github.com/chainworksindustries/ozc/

Shortly we will have the Windows and OSX wallets available for download. Please update ASAP.

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on January 07, 2019, 12:08:34 PM
### CWI-COINS - OZZIECOIN (OZC)

Hi All ...

Update here - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1563601.msg49098215#msg49098215

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: fernan on January 09, 2019, 09:21:33 AM
OzzieCoin (OZC) Delisting Extension Announcement

Quote
Dear Cryptopian,

You are receiving this email because we recognise you as a holder of OzzieCoin (OZC).

As a result of transaction issues, we have delayed OzzieCoin's delisting date to provide the OZC team time to implement a wallet update. OzzieCoin will now be fully delisted on 25 January 2019.

Trade markets remain closed, and we recommend cancelling any open orders of OZC on your account so that all held balances are available for withdrawal. To ensure that your funds are off the exchange before OZC is removed, please withdraw any balances to a compatible wallet when possible.

Please refer to our Help Centre article for more information: http://ow.ly/2AQA30nf0QD

Kind regards,

The Cryptopia Team


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on January 09, 2019, 02:18:02 PM
OzzieCoin (OZC) Delisting Extension Announcement

Quote
Dear Cryptopian,

You are receiving this email because we recognise you as a holder of OzzieCoin (OZC).

As a result of transaction issues, we have delayed OzzieCoin's delisting date to provide the OZC team time to implement a wallet update. OzzieCoin will now be fully delisted on 25 January 2019.

Trade markets remain closed, and we recommend cancelling any open orders of OZC on your account so that all held balances are available for withdrawal. To ensure that your funds are off the exchange before OZC is removed, please withdraw any balances to a compatible wallet when possible.

Please refer to our Help Centre article for more information: http://ow.ly/2AQA30nf0QD

Kind regards,

The Cryptopia Team

THAT ...

Is how professional Cryptopia is, and how much they care about their communities!

Cryptopia and Zapple Exchange will be the first to have access to the new Maintenance Release code when it is finished and tested for OZC, before the public release of the Git (and wallets for Windows and OSX if they are ready at the same time) so that transfer of the coins will be possible via the SAME protocol and chain.

We are working towards this currently.

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: EXLLY on January 10, 2019, 02:14:03 AM
EXLLY EXCHANGE

OZZIECOIN is Listed : https://exlly.com/market/BTC-OZC

We were able to list Ozziecoin on Exlly, thank you for sharing the node for syncronization.


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on January 10, 2019, 10:15:18 AM
EXLLY EXCHANGE

OZZIECOIN is Listed : https://exlly.com/market/BTC-OZC

We were able to list Ozziecoin on Exlly, thank you for sharing the node for syncronization.
Thanks ...

But what version of the wallet are you using?

If it is the old version, it will not work properly on the BlockChain until the patches for the new wallet version are integrated.

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: Xivibe on January 19, 2019, 02:57:52 PM
No money to pay the fee...

ozziecoin.com (http://ozziecoin.com)

Bad signal.


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on January 20, 2019, 12:09:07 AM
No money to pay the fee...

ozziecoin.com (http://ozziecoin.com)

Bad signal.

Responded ...

Here - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1563601.msg49321552#msg49321552

We do not tolerate garbage like what you posted, and normally delete such non-factual trash as this. Misdirection is NOT allowed here. Period!

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: jporpilla on January 22, 2019, 06:59:28 AM
Cryptopia has been hacked and shut down. All our OZZICOIN was there and cannot transfer to EXLLY. How to get that coin back?


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on January 22, 2019, 07:11:27 AM
Cryptopia has been hacked and shut down. All our OZZICOIN was there and cannot transfer to EXLLY. How to get that coin back?

Well ...

First - We cannot do much except wait for the outcome of Cryptopia's investigation with the New Zealand police so they can start the reopening process. We are all in the same boat here.
Second - We do not condone the use of any other Exchange except the ones we (CWI) have entrusted as being a committed and solid exchange that has been DEALING with us, and therefore CWI supported. The only only thus far is Zapple, and as of two days ago the OZC/BTC market has been opened, and is ready for trading.

This does not mean any other exchanges can not/will not add us, but they have not contacted us in anyway, and we have not even got a response from the questions I raised about the version of the daemon they are using. So as far as we are concerned, Zapple is the only CWI Supported Exchange we are willing to support. As with ANY exchange though, caution is always priority when it comes to sending YOUR coins to another wallet.

As of the time of writing, we suggest downloading the old wallet, syncing, and using THAT wallet (OZC v0.9.1.4) until we get the latest wallet (0.17.1.0) bugs squashed.

The official download link is here ...

WIndows - https://mega.nz/#!sMFE0SbD!t_ZudzddepRGHP5SxDr6P7CNbmKuNE8EdAUQjrY483s
OSX - https://mega.nz/#!cRVmFCIK!btAwHnNgCB5VjlmKFsWQnsO6q6t04dfAy8g3Xc1z6V8

Zapple Exchange - https://zapple.com/exchange/

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: pushkarmore on March 25, 2019, 07:27:49 AM
hey team..

I have been mining and then buying of the exchange for the last couple of years, OZC is one of my fav coins.
Have made some money with it in the past.

I read some of your posts, sorry couldn't read all of them.

Cryptopia is back - have opened up some coins for trade.
Before they were attacked, they had scheduled to delist OZC.
Will you be talking to them to keep OZC for longer? It's a nice exchange and I have quite a bit of OZC lying there.

Yobit is another place where I have traded OZC for a long time.
Are you working with Yobit to resolve the wallet issues? Coin is in maintenance there.

Would you consider listing on Coinexchange, another stable site.

These are among the many exchanges i use, just that Yobit & Cryptopia already have OZC, we can try to maintain their place there.
Coinexchange is use for lower valued coins, has worked well for me over the past. Other exchanges will charge a bomb to list coins.

Also, where can i download the latest windows wallet for OZC?

Good luck

Thanks..


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: pushkarmore on April 20, 2019, 12:19:15 PM
hey, m a little lost here.. I need to withdraw OZC from Cyptopia and put it somewhere as Cryptopia has closed the markets for this coin.
Yobit has OZC, but under maintenance.

Is there any other exchange that has OZC?
Also is there was desktop wallet (windows) i can download and transfer the coins to?

I had written about a month back and there is no response.. not sure if the new dev or CWI or anyone else is active anymore.
fingers crossed!

Thanks..


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on April 20, 2019, 12:28:30 PM
hey, m a little lost here.. I need to withdraw OZC from Cyptopia and put it somewhere as Cryptopia has closed the markets for this coin.
Yobit has OZC, but under maintenance.

Is there any other exchange that has OZC?
Also is there was desktop wallet (windows) i can download and transfer the coins to?

I had written about a month back and there is no response.. not sure if the new dev or CWI or anyone else is active anymore.
fingers crossed!

Thanks..

Well ...

Without sounding narky here, I would have thought that if you actually READ the post above yours, you would have had almost all your answers right there. Literally in the post prior to yours. I mean literally above your last post. Right above it :)

Here - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2844661.msg49360627#msg49360627

Cryptopia has not opened the market yet for OZC, they are going through the coins as they see fit.

Hope that helps!

BTW - CWI is ALWAYS active, even if we don't come out and publicly state so.

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: pushkarmore on April 21, 2019, 03:23:11 AM
appreciate your response..
I did read the above post, and the reason why I still wrote was one that post from you was a couple of months old when i posted the last time and the exchange you listed i no good without any volumes. there is barely any volume there since the time it was added and its been a while since its added there.
The wallet you mentioned was the old one and the team is working on the latest version, since it was posted in Jan, tot I should ask where is the latest wallet.

Anyway, i think i will hold off for now since i dont want to download a wallet and update soon enough.. not a pro at doing this.. get a little nervous when this needs to be done.. :-|

Yobit for a long time was unresponsive to issues around some coins or fixing anything for that matter.
Just recently Yobit is showing a lot of enthusiasm to fix maintain. issues with wallets.
We just pushed them to update wallets that were down for nearly a year - we followed up with them on telegram, they are a lot more responsive there.

Also, have you approached coinexchange, its not that big an exchange, but i like this one.. the team is quick to respond to any issues.

Good luck


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on April 21, 2019, 01:19:38 PM
appreciate your response..
I did read the above post, and the reason why I still wrote was one that post from you was a couple of months old when i posted the last time and the exchange you listed i no good without any volumes. there is barely any volume there since the time it was added and its been a while since its added there.
The wallet you mentioned was the old one and the team is working on the latest version, since it was posted in Jan, tot I should ask where is the latest wallet.

Anyway, i think i will hold off for now since i dont want to download a wallet and update soon enough.. not a pro at doing this.. get a little nervous when this needs to be done.. :-|

Yobit for a long time was unresponsive to issues around some coins or fixing anything for that matter.
Just recently Yobit is showing a lot of enthusiasm to fix maintain. issues with wallets.
We just pushed them to update wallets that were down for nearly a year - we followed up with them on telegram, they are a lot more responsive there.

Also, have you approached coinexchange, its not that big an exchange, but i like this one.. the team is quick to respond to any issues.

Good luck

OK - Understood ...

Just to get this out the way again - we do not, nor ever will, consider Yobit an exchange nor anything serious. They are the most corrupt site we have come across and we waste no time in telling anyone this, and post as I have now.

Zapple is a small exchange, and will remain under the radar for some time until they complete the regulations involved with having their licenses issued for a number of developments, one of which includes the integration of banking accounts in the UK (initially), under UK Law. They seem to work very similar to us, under the radar.

As for downloading the OZC Wallet, that link provided IS the current wallet, as the updated wallets all seem to have issues with the codebase. They are experimental versions, and have also been scrapped due to those issues. If you have the Wallet of version 0.9.1.4, then this is the correct and current wallet that should be used. ANY other wallet is not endorsed to be used due to the issues they represent. The new CodeBase is underway, and will be the same CodeBase used for all the other coins we have in our project base, as well as the new coin (CoinX) that we are developing to integrate all our coins into as one collective coin for all of the 5 we have, including OzzieCoin.

We will not approach ANY other exchange until the time has come to integrate the coins into CoinX, and even then, we will stay with Zapple for the intended long run.

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: pushkarmore on April 22, 2019, 06:03:35 AM
Appreciate the response..
We did experience a lot of issues with Yobit eariler, but since the last 3 weeks or so, they have been acting responsibly.. haha..

Anyway, makes sense to wait if the eventual goal is to integrate all the coins into one.

Right then, will download the wallet from the above link


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on April 23, 2019, 01:40:54 AM
Appreciate the response..
We did experience a lot of issues with Yobit eariler, but since the last 3 weeks or so, they have been acting responsibly.. haha..

Anyway, makes sense to wait if the eventual goal is to integrate all the coins into one.

Right then, will download the wallet from the above link

That link is the official link ...

The main CWI thread has all the download links, and when we update all these threads, they will have them also.

We NEVER condone the use of Yobit. It is ALWAYS at your own risk, as they have shown they care not for the coin or community, only for their own pockets.

The ONLY Exchange we endorse is Zapple Exchange as we KNOW the owner of the Exchange on a public level, and the work that his team have already done and plan to do. We can't stop other exchanges adding any coins, but we will only endorse those that are ones we deem to be at the level we expect from an Exchange. Zapple Exchange is currently the only one.

Let us know if you need any help with the setup of the wallet, and always backup your wallet.dat file and/or have your private keys safe.

#crysx


Title: Re: ### A ChainWorks Industries (CWI) Project - OzzieCoin | OZC
Post by: chrysophylax on June 01, 2021, 02:05:38 PM
### CWI-COINS - DEVELOPMENT

Hi All ...

Update here - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1563601.msg15692274#msg15692274

#crysx