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Author Topic: [ANN] Sia - Decentralized Storage  (Read 1342633 times)
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August 29, 2015, 04:10:37 PM
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I have 2 wallet.dat files (on 2 pcs) with total of ~2.25m sia which havent been moved from the addresses that the client see (in wallet tab)

but the client shows 0 balance on both, how do I get those sia out ?

here is one of the addresses - a7ebfbf2dab4ab9255aba6846c6b504edf0a6f6990417c9ee8de5fe1b86e77c6c06bd219f671

Is your 'siad' all caught up? Also, did you try restarting the 'said'? The coins should appear in the wallet after you restart it, I'm not sure why they aren't currently appearing in the wallet.

You are always telling me to restart...  What do mean by caught up ?

I started using the command line instead the UI to try an get some more info and control but that didn't help much.. started merging wallets to see if I get anything..
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August 29, 2015, 04:26:28 PM
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What do mean by caught up ?

Is your block height the same as the block height reported by the block explorer?
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August 29, 2015, 04:46:49 PM
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What do mean by caught up ?

Is your block height the same as the block height reported by the block explorer?

Well sure it is.
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August 29, 2015, 05:30:01 PM
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Well sure it is.

Then I'm not sure.

Did you wait 144 blocks, and are you certain that the given address is in  the wallet? How do you know that the address is in the wallet?
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August 29, 2015, 06:12:33 PM
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Well sure it is.

Then I'm not sure.

Did you wait 144 blocks, and are you certain that the given address is in  the wallet? How do you know that the address is in the wallet?

I have 2 wallet.dat files (on 2 pcs) with total of ~2.25m sia which havent been moved from the addresses that the client see (in wallet tab)

but the client shows 0 balance on both, how do I get those sia out ?

here is one of the addresses - a7ebfbf2dab4ab9255aba6846c6b504edf0a6f6990417c9ee8de5fe1b86e77c6c06bd219f671

Said it here... the UI shows the addresses.
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August 29, 2015, 06:36:23 PM
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Has anyone tested the IPv6 compatibility?

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Last edit: August 29, 2015, 11:12:07 PM by TerraMaster
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Looks like all deposits and withdrawals on poloniex are broken right now. I have sent them an email, not sure if they work weekends though. We'll be addressing the issue asap

Taek,
Yes I do believe something is wrong on their end. Also a weird time withdrawing BTC from Poloniex earlier, got an "oops message" when confirming withdraw but it did withdraw to my BTC wallet anyways.

THX!

EDIT: Finally my deposit from 8 hours ago have posted on Poloniex! Going to try sending more know  Grin

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August 30, 2015, 05:38:09 AM
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can someone in a few sentences say why this is a great coin?
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August 30, 2015, 05:39:05 AM
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can someone in a few sentences say why this is a great coin?

I would like to know as well.
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August 30, 2015, 06:54:40 AM
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can someone in a few sentences say why this is a great coin?

I would like to know as well.

Because it will change the world.

For more details, read the OP or the entire thread like the rest of us. its only 88 pages, I am sure you can skim trough most of it

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August 30, 2015, 07:01:53 AM
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can someone in a few sentences say why this is a great coin?

I would like to know as well.

Because it will change the world.

For more details, read the entire thread like the rest of us. its only 88 pages, I am sure you can skim trough most of it

the coin itself is not what the project is all about ... and in that sense - the 'coin' is not very special ...

the coin itself is just a system of payment for the what the project IS actually trying to achieve ... and that is a decentralized and readily available cheap GLOBAL storage system ...

the coin itself doesnt hold the value or the interest for most here at sia ... the storage potential does ...

it can be used functionally and systematically as 'just' a decentralized storage system - or as a solid foundation and backend to other projects ...

as suggested - look around and read ... enlighten yourself to a system that is actually FUNCTIONING right here and now ... not just on paper - like other projects out there ...

taek and team are doing a great job so far ...

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August 30, 2015, 10:47:29 AM
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can someone in a few sentences say why this is a great coin?


https://docs.google.com/document/d/1zNpAct53E_5p4KO3_-ZOrg5N9HQw8ACTQ7zAyksSIf8/edit

This link is a good starting point.

The important thing about Sia is that it is decentralized cloud storage protocol that was designed to have extremely efficient storage and retrieval properties. The initial network is live, and is proving that it can safely handle files being added. We are focused on making a strong, easy, usable developer API so that 3rd party developers have an easy time building cool stuff on top of Sia. Sia also aims to be especially attractive to enterprise companies. We have already been contacted by multiple enterprises who wish to trial Sia as a backend.

The development team has very strong technical abilities and is moving fast.The Sia codebase is clean, friendly, and welcoming to contributions from other developers. There are several contributors to the Sia project who are not on the official Sia team. Sia has been growing at a steady rate, and interest has been increasing steadily with time.
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August 30, 2015, 11:03:04 AM
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Nice work , TAEK , the document is very clear and suitable for new adopters. Bump this project Smiley
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August 30, 2015, 11:59:13 AM
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  is there a quick start mining guide?

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August 30, 2015, 12:27:19 PM
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  is there a quick start mining guide?

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1zNpAct53E_5p4KO3_-ZOrg5N9HQw8ACTQ7zAyksSIf8/edit

Check out the 'mining on Sia' section. I just updated it to include links + more information.
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August 30, 2015, 12:40:29 PM
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  is there a quick start mining guide?

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1zNpAct53E_5p4KO3_-ZOrg5N9HQw8ACTQ7zAyksSIf8/edit

Check out the 'mining on Sia' section. I just updated it to include links + more information.

Is it possible to give a little more information about how to use the new Sia-v0.4.0-beta-windows-amd64? Once unzipped folder Sia-v0.4.0-beta-windows-amd64.zip, what do we do? The new folder will file sia.exe to work under vindovs?!?!I never found a way to start the new wallet as GUI, like 0.3.3.3 !!!
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This release does not have an accompanying UI release (yet). This release of siad is not compatible with the current UI. We hope to release the next patch (v0.4.1) relatively soon after gathering feedback on v0.4.0. Thank you for your patience.

Now I saw that! In this case, how to use this wallet?

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August 30, 2015, 01:06:18 PM
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This release does not have an accompanying UI release (yet). This release of siad is not compatible with the current UI. We hope to release the next patch (v0.4.1) relatively soon after gathering feedback on v0.4.0. Thank you for your patience.

Now I saw that! In this case, how to use this wallet?

0.4.0 release contains two executables: 'siad' and 'siac'. 'siad' is a process that should be running all the time, probably in the background. 'siac' is a tool that can be used to communicate with 'said' and perform actions like uploading and downloading. You can explore the available actions by running './siac --help'

The GUI should be out tomorrow or Tuesday. All of the major GUI issues have been resolved, just polishing some rough edges at this point.
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August 30, 2015, 01:19:28 PM
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This release does not have an accompanying UI release (yet). This release of siad is not compatible with the current UI. We hope to release the next patch (v0.4.1) relatively soon after gathering feedback on v0.4.0. Thank you for your patience.

Now I saw that! In this case, how to use this wallet?

0.4.0 release contains two executables: 'siad' and 'siac'. 'siad' is a process that should be running all the time, probably in the background. 'siac' is a tool that can be used to communicate with 'said' and perform actions like uploading and downloading. You can explore the available actions by running './siac --help'

The GUI should be out tomorrow or Tuesday. All of the major GUI issues have been resolved, just polishing some rough edges at this point.

Yes, I think everything is clear!

GUI for this is great news! I congratulate you for good work!  Wink

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August 30, 2015, 02:06:18 PM
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can someone in a few sentences say why this is a great coin?

In one sentence - it is awesome.

In a few sentences - http://blog.siacoin.com/2015/07/08/the-dream-of-sia/
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August 30, 2015, 02:07:53 PM
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This release does not have an accompanying UI release (yet). This release of siad is not compatible with the current UI. We hope to release the next patch (v0.4.1) relatively soon after gathering feedback on v0.4.0. Thank you for your patience.

Now I saw that! In this case, how to use this wallet?

0.4.0 release contains two executables: 'siad' and 'siac'. 'siad' is a process that should be running all the time, probably in the background. 'siac' is a tool that can be used to communicate with 'said' and perform actions like uploading and downloading. You can explore the available actions by running './siac --help'

The GUI should be out tomorrow or Tuesday. All of the major GUI issues have been resolved, just polishing some rough edges at this point.

something that will definitely be worth the wait ...

i will be organizing the vps node as soon as i can this week also ...

tanx taek ...

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