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Author Topic: [ANN] [VIRAL] [Trading Live - Bittrex + C-CEX] Advanced Development  (Read 275703 times)
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May 13, 2015, 02:33:38 PM
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Thank you for your feedback @madape,
please be patient because we are building the network still.We have some announcements to make in the next 30 h or so so stay tuned and try Viral Nodes Network.Follow us in Twitter:
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May 13, 2015, 02:35:02 PM
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This is fucking great! Will go big this coin for sure.
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May 13, 2015, 02:35:43 PM
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when will trex add it for trading?
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May 13, 2015, 02:48:28 PM
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when will trex add it for trading?
Be patient we are waiting for that too.As soon as we have some news we will share them immediately with the community.
Did you try the Viral nodes Dragontail?We are hoping for the community to share some feedback so it will be more easy for us to make it better in time.
Thank you for your support
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May 13, 2015, 03:29:08 PM
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when will trex add it for trading?
Be patient we are waiting for that too.As soon as we have some news we will share them immediately with the community.
Did you try the Viral nodes Dragontail?We are hoping for the community to share some feedback so it will be more easy for us to make it better in time.
Thank you for your support
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Ok I will waiting and for now I am staking and already got paid over 131 coins for staking.
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May 13, 2015, 04:19:37 PM
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Price skyrocketing today. Probably we will see 30k for this week.

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May 13, 2015, 04:30:13 PM
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Viral looking good after some growing pains. Bittrex will take it to 15k easy, then who knows how high in the long term.

Price is already 9K ,it will cross 20K as soon as it gets listed on trex .In next 30 days we can expect a price of atleast 100K.
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May 13, 2015, 04:32:31 PM
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Ad system working fine, there could be a very big future for Viral. Here was my contribution via authed wallet: https://twitter.com/AltcoinRambo/status/598513812912906240
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May 13, 2015, 04:34:24 PM
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Can someone explain how this staking works? I'm a little embarassed to admit I never bothered staking a coin before, saw them all as coins to dump with profit until this one.
The staking weight drops with time, and as coins drop from this weight they move from "spendable" to "stake" in the wallet. After a time all coins drop into the "stake" category does this mean your weight will drop to zero? Also, when all my coins dropped into the "stake" category, you can't send any. When this happened I locked the wallet then unlocked it again, and after a few minutes they moved from "stake" to "spendable" and I had to wait 8 hours for them to mature again. Is there another way to make some coins sendable without locking the wallet and starting the maturing process over?
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May 13, 2015, 04:35:21 PM
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Can someone explain how this staking works? I'm a little embarassed to admit I never bothered staking a coin before, saw them all as coins to dump with profit until this one.
The staking weight drops with time, and as coins drop from this weight they move from "spendable" to "stake" in the wallet. After a time all coins drop into the "stake" category does this mean your weight will drop to zero? Also, when all my coins dropped into the "stake" category, you can't send any. When this happened I locked the wallet then unlocked it again, and after a few minutes they moved from "stake" to "spendable" and I had to wait 8 hours for them to mature again. Is there another way to make some coins sendable without locking the wallet and starting the maturing process over?

Same here bro.. I wish I could help ya but I cant.. Im sure someone more up to date on staking can chime in.

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May 13, 2015, 04:37:32 PM
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Ad system working fine, there could be a very big future for Viral. Here was my contribution via authed wallet: https://twitter.com/AltcoinRambo/status/598513812912906240

Thanks for update


Can someone explain how this staking works? I'm a little embarassed to admit I never bothered staking a coin before, saw them all as coins to dump with profit until this one.
The staking weight drops with time, and as coins drop from this weight they move from "spendable" to "stake" in the wallet. After a time all coins drop into the "stake" category does this mean your weight will drop to zero? Also, when all my coins dropped into the "stake" category, you can't send any. When this happened I locked the wallet then unlocked it again, and after a few minutes they moved from "stake" to "spendable" and I had to wait 8 hours for them to mature again. Is there another way to make some coins sendable without locking the wallet and starting the maturing process over?

I am not a expert at this but almost all POS coins works this way.
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May 13, 2015, 04:38:40 PM
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Can someone explain how this staking works? I'm a little embarassed to admit I never bothered staking a coin before, saw them all as coins to dump with profit until this one.
The staking weight drops with time, and as coins drop from this weight they move from "spendable" to "stake" in the wallet. After a time all coins drop into the "stake" category does this mean your weight will drop to zero? Also, when all my coins dropped into the "stake" category, you can't send any. When this happened I locked the wallet then unlocked it again, and after a few minutes they moved from "stake" to "spendable" and I had to wait 8 hours for them to mature again. Is there another way to make some coins sendable without locking the wallet and starting the maturing process over?

You can set a certain amount of coins to be set aside and ineligible to use for POS rewards. This is done through a simple rpc command or a more permanent method is adding the same line to your .conf file

reservebalance=x ( x= the number of coins to reserve)

This will make sure x number of coins will not be staked for POS rewards. Coin age can still be earned on your reserve balance. Simply remove the command to resume POS minting with those coins
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May 13, 2015, 04:46:44 PM
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Can someone explain how this staking works? I'm a little embarassed to admit I never bothered staking a coin before, saw them all as coins to dump with profit until this one.
The staking weight drops with time, and as coins drop from this weight they move from "spendable" to "stake" in the wallet. After a time all coins drop into the "stake" category does this mean your weight will drop to zero? Also, when all my coins dropped into the "stake" category, you can't send any. When this happened I locked the wallet then unlocked it again, and after a few minutes they moved from "stake" to "spendable" and I had to wait 8 hours for them to mature again. Is there another way to make some coins sendable without locking the wallet and starting the maturing process over?

You can set a certain amount of coins to be set aside and ineligible to use for POS rewards. This is done through a simple rpc command or a more permanent method is adding the same line to your .conf file

reservebalance=x ( x= the number of coins to reserve)

This will make sure x number of coins will not be staked for POS rewards. Coin age can still be earned on your reserve balance. Simply remove the command to resume POS minting with those coins

Why does the staking weight drop when coins move to "stake"? does this mean they can only stake one time then you have to go through the maturing time again with them?
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May 13, 2015, 04:48:31 PM
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https://twitter.com/1CryptoBull/status/598467190262779904
Thank you all for the support and feedback ,Slack chat is hot today.
nodes are active things are slow but growing, this is the begging of our journey.
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P.s
if you can reach out to Bittrex in twitter that will reduce the process a lot.

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May 13, 2015, 04:49:11 PM
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Can someone explain how this staking works? I'm a little embarassed to admit I never bothered staking a coin before, saw them all as coins to dump with profit until this one.
The staking weight drops with time, and as coins drop from this weight they move from "spendable" to "stake" in the wallet. After a time all coins drop into the "stake" category does this mean your weight will drop to zero? Also, when all my coins dropped into the "stake" category, you can't send any. When this happened I locked the wallet then unlocked it again, and after a few minutes they moved from "stake" to "spendable" and I had to wait 8 hours for them to mature again. Is there another way to make some coins sendable without locking the wallet and starting the maturing process over?

You can set a certain amount of coins to be set aside and ineligible to use for POS rewards. This is done through a simple rpc command or a more permanent method is adding the same line to your .conf file

reservebalance=x ( x= the number of coins to reserve)

This will make sure x number of coins will not be staked for POS rewards. Coin age can still be earned on your reserve balance. Simply remove the command to resume POS minting with those coins

Why does the staking weight drop when coins move to "stake"? does this mean they can only stake one time then you have to go through the maturing time again with them?

that is correct, maturity has to happen before eligible for re-staking. edit to add: in a properly staking PoS wallet network.
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May 13, 2015, 04:53:12 PM
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Can someone explain how this staking works? I'm a little embarassed to admit I never bothered staking a coin before, saw them all as coins to dump with profit until this one.
The staking weight drops with time, and as coins drop from this weight they move from "spendable" to "stake" in the wallet. After a time all coins drop into the "stake" category does this mean your weight will drop to zero? Also, when all my coins dropped into the "stake" category, you can't send any. When this happened I locked the wallet then unlocked it again, and after a few minutes they moved from "stake" to "spendable" and I had to wait 8 hours for them to mature again. Is there another way to make some coins sendable without locking the wallet and starting the maturing process over?

You can set a certain amount of coins to be set aside and ineligible to use for POS rewards. This is done through a simple rpc command or a more permanent method is adding the same line to your .conf file

reservebalance=x ( x= the number of coins to reserve)

This will make sure x number of coins will not be staked for POS rewards. Coin age can still be earned on your reserve balance. Simply remove the command to resume POS minting with those coins

Why does the staking weight drop when coins move to "stake"? does this mean they can only stake one time then you have to go through the maturing time again with them?

that is correct, maturity has to happen before eligible for re-staking. edit to add: in a properly staking PoS wallet network.

So when all coins drop into "stake" what is the best way to start maturity over, should I just lock then unlock the wallet?
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May 13, 2015, 05:08:22 PM
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Can someone explain how this staking works? I'm a little embarassed to admit I never bothered staking a coin before, saw them all as coins to dump with profit until this one.
The staking weight drops with time, and as coins drop from this weight they move from "spendable" to "stake" in the wallet. After a time all coins drop into the "stake" category does this mean your weight will drop to zero? Also, when all my coins dropped into the "stake" category, you can't send any. When this happened I locked the wallet then unlocked it again, and after a few minutes they moved from "stake" to "spendable" and I had to wait 8 hours for them to mature again. Is there another way to make some coins sendable without locking the wallet and starting the maturing process over?

You can set a certain amount of coins to be set aside and ineligible to use for POS rewards. This is done through a simple rpc command or a more permanent method is adding the same line to your .conf file

reservebalance=x ( x= the number of coins to reserve)

This will make sure x number of coins will not be staked for POS rewards. Coin age can still be earned on your reserve balance. Simply remove the command to resume POS minting with those coins

Why does the staking weight drop when coins move to "stake"? does this mean they can only stake one time then you have to go through the maturing time again with them?

that is correct, maturity has to happen before eligible for re-staking. edit to add: in a properly staking PoS wallet network.

So when all coins drop into "stake" what is the best way to start maturity over, should I just lock then unlock the wallet?

Yes, after all coins have gone through the staking process (of the ones you want to stake) then technically you can close your wallet for another 8 hours. Re-open to start the process over. Pro-tip though, wallet.dats can get corrupted (it's rare but why take the chance) if you close the wallet prior to coins coming back to avail balance while staking. So it's best to let them do this naturally. Save a copy of your wallet.dat offline just in case.

edit: We should stop bumping the thread now as price is starting to rise, best of luck.
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May 13, 2015, 05:39:45 PM
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Looking good - let's go #moon! Cool

Nice staking info thanks.  I left all my coins in staking unlocked (but encrypted of course) for about 2hrs, it mind 1.00 VIRAL lol, then nothing for awhile so I re-locked and let them fall back into 'spendable' naturally like you said.  Then I closed the wallet.  Will try staking again tonight.
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May 13, 2015, 05:40:29 PM
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Is it best to keep your coins all in one stack for staking? Or break them up into specific sized inputs?
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May 13, 2015, 06:01:19 PM
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If we're posting random articles, here's one http://www.lawyersandsettlements.com/blog/facebook-made-a-hero-out-of-adam-guerbuez.html

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[...]To any spammer and legitimate Internet marketer worth his salt, Guerbuez is a hero. He may have declared bankruptcy, but his 15 minutes of fame will ensure that every spammer and Internet marketer will be banging on his door wanting to know how he did it.[...]

[...]Not only did Guerbuez figure out a way to get past Facebook security and market directly to its base, he also continued to market using the trial and outcome as a platform. It all culminated with his name and face in every newspaper and news magazine, every radio and TV station, and on every news website around the globe.

A masterful stroke. And Facebook handed it to him on a silver platter.

So how many are you buying?
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