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July 13, 2015, 01:25:21 AM
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Got my coins staking now as no point of having them on Trex as not looking to sell anytime soon, not got many but every little helps
Exactly and at this moment every little bit helps. It has been 1.5 hours without block found, so any wallet that can be brought online with blocks ready to stake is welcome - more wallets need to stay online & stake!
The wallet and network is not designed for being off-line for a long time and then being brought online for a short time, because when the wallet sees old, high-reward blocks it apparently starts assembling a lot of inputs into a few larger (~1k GAM) blocks, so the result is that a wallet with 10k GAM, instead of having 1000 or so small inputs, will end up with 10 big inputs. So, next time the wallet comes online it will generate 10 blocks and then it is done. If many people do this, then not enough blocks are generated to mature the staked inputs (which need 510 confirms before be ing allowed to participate in staking again) so if there are 20 or 30 wallets that are used for staking but only brought online every other day or so, they might each contribute a few dozen blocks (approx 1 block per 1k GAM) so there is a risk like now that even after a few days, not enough blocks have been generated to mature the blocks are we have a catch-22 until more wallets are being brought online to allow a few wallets to mature *BUT* there is a risk that those wallets will see old inputs and instead of splitting inputs and creating more blocks in future (each input can generate a block if not re-combined) the wallets may get locked into a state where too few blocks are created, so all available inputs for staking are old and the wallets see that inputs are too old (which normally means that they are too small to stake quickly) so they combine inputs to make bigger inputs to stake faster - only making the problem worse.
NOTE that this presumes that the wallet checks the *date* of the input. I did not check the code to see if the date or Nr of Confirms is used for deciding to split or re-combine, so this risk may not happen if indeed the wallet is looking at the confirms instead of date.
Who can bring more wallets online? It has been 2 hours since the last block (instead of 1 per minute). At his rate, you can't even move the GAM in or out the wallet without waiting for hours!
BTW, block 71835 is the long awaited one...

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July 13, 2015, 04:39:31 AM
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The GAM block chain is moving again, albeit slowly, due to a couple more wallets that have been brought online. Hopefully we will be able to generate enough blocks to get the staked blocks to maturity and start quicker cycles once the blocks are younger and they are being split by the wallets.
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After a couple dozen blocks, the block chain has slowed down again - already 40 mins since the last block. We need a couple more wallets online, so we can make some progress. In 40 blocks my wallet will start staking again, though at this pace it will take a while before that happens!

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July 13, 2015, 06:47:45 PM
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OK, my wallet staked all its inputs within an hour or so, hopefully enough wallets remain online to keep the block chain moving. I don't know if my wallet has split the inputs - I doubt it because last time it also created only ~1k GAM size blocks so the number of inputs is minimal, in contrast to a few weeks ago when I had 1000+ inputs from splitting. We need that again!
I don't know if it is a network configuration or requires a wallet update to encourage or force the wallet to split inputs in a certain size, different than the default 1k GAM? If that can be set to 100 GAM then we suddenly get 10 times more inputs and enough blocks will be generated to go back to design parameters (1 block per minute).
It may even be just a hidden console command that needs to be issued to get the wallet into this desired behavior?

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July 14, 2015, 03:06:38 AM
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Are there more coins burnt or mined each month?



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July 14, 2015, 05:23:05 AM
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Are there more coins burnt or mined each month?
As you can see from the regular updates and compare to the growth in the supply,
burning is much larger than mining.
That is why the percentage of total coin supply that is burned is increasing each week.
Hope this clarifies,

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July 14, 2015, 05:27:36 AM
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Are there more coins burnt or mined each month?




Bookmark this page: http://explorer.gambitcrypto.com/address/GHqvR8KwyrcJ5UJHvwf7RmLtvAnr5uTHdV

You can see the total token supply and the amount of tokens burned.  As of this moment, 3361.83629271 tokens have been generated via proof of stake with nearly 70,000 having been burned.

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July 15, 2015, 11:43:05 AM
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Woke up this morning and my wallet was out of sync for no apparent reason. Anyone else have an issue like this? I have been staking since coin launch so this is new and unexpected.

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July 15, 2015, 02:18:48 PM
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I have the same issue...
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July 15, 2015, 02:45:50 PM
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I have the same issue...

well at least I'm not alone...

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July 15, 2015, 04:17:06 PM
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I have the same issue...

well at least I'm not alone...


My last block was 10 hours ago, seem stuck on block 72161, was there a new wallet ?
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July 15, 2015, 06:25:07 PM
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Okay, it seems mine caught up. All systems normal  Grin
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July 15, 2015, 09:43:53 PM
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I have the same issue...
well at least I'm not alone...
My last block was 10 hours ago, seem stuck on block 72161, was there a new wallet ?
There is a new wallet for Linux available already; Windows and other OS'es are in the making.
The only change is that the wallet will not combine as many inputs, so more inputs remain available and more blocks will be generated,
which will help the network go back to a normal staking routine instead of what happened last night with 12 hours no block until
finally someone brought another wallet online. Ouch!
From time to time you will see a string of a dozen or so blocks quickly following each other, with long periods of waiting in between.
That is because all wallets have fallen into the state where they combine inputs into ~1000 GAM blocks so a wallet with 10,000 GAM will only produce ~10 blocks and then it will need 500 blocks generated by other wallets before those blocks come back out of staking.
The new threshold has been set to 50 GAM, so first the wallet will split inputs in 2 until they reach the new target size and then a 10,000 GAM wallet will generate approx 200 blocks so even if only a few wallets are staking, the network keeps ticking. Today there is need of more than 500,000 GAM being staking at the same time for the network to keep going, due to the 1000 GAM block size and the 510 confirm maturity threshold. So, you can also see that burning GAM would increase the problem and the block value target needed to be lowered to keep enough blocks going.
There is a link to the Linux wallets on the Gambit slack and I hope that Windows is soon available as well.

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July 16, 2015, 06:01:08 AM
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New wallets released to speed up the network.

Win32:
https://github.com/collincrypto/gambitcrypto/releases/download/v1.0.1/gambit-qt-1.0.1-win32.exe

Win64:
https://github.com/collincrypto/gambitcrypto/releases/download/v1.0.1/gambit-qt-1.0.1-win64.exe

Linux64:
https://mega.nz/#!mA8iWbqT!MtwoDXva-tl9C-O87KRXDyQEVGLUmCpURZCIChMJuYg



Edit: Find the most recent wallets at Gambitcrypto.com

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July 16, 2015, 09:45:56 PM
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Updated website & original ANN with new wallet links.    Please download the new wallets to stake your coins.

Mac wallet update coming soon.

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July 16, 2015, 11:54:33 PM
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Aaaaand we're moving again (after almost a day without no blocks)
It appears that the first staked block (nr 72171) received 2.54 GAM
I thought the max was 2.5???
Anyway happy to see progress again!

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July 17, 2015, 12:01:52 AM
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Is this cryptocurrency in any way associated with gambit.com? It's a gaming site of sorts. Currently, I think the games are all just for fun, but they started out as a Bitcoin gambling site for PvP board type games.

                                 
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Is this cryptocurrency in any way associated with gambit.com? It's a gaming site of sorts. Currently, I think the games are all just for fun, but they started out as a Bitcoin gambling site for PvP board type games.

No relation.

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July 17, 2015, 01:42:15 AM
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Just curious if there is any word on when the remaining verification will take place with Coins Source verification. I believe we have been staking now for @ 2 months, initially the verification was to take place after 45 days. I can't believe I have been staking this for that long, seems like it was just yesterday the ICO ended.

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July 17, 2015, 05:18:53 AM
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Anyone still running the 1.0 wallet will see that it no longer syncs, because there is a mandatory upgrade to 1.1 to get the blocks moving again. The slack has the link, but I expect that Collin will also post it here soon.

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July 17, 2015, 06:17:41 AM
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Just curious if there is any word on when the remaining verification will take place with Coins Source verification. I believe we have been staking now for @ 2 months, initially the verification was to take place after 45 days. I can't believe I have been staking this for that long, seems like it was just yesterday the ICO ended.

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Thanks for the reminder.  I have paged them to see if we can get that updated.

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