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July 31, 2017, 10:08:22 PM
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Hello all... could someone kindly explain the difference in the algorithms used for mining versus storage? 
Are your question means PoW and PoS, is right? You can understand PoW look like as need mining for creating coins, PoS need holding your coins in PoS wallet for receive stake. Read more detail at here will helps you understand the different between PoW and PoS:

https://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/questions/43467/whats-the-difference-between-pow-and-pos

And the possibility to earn SC with hosting is just like extra PoW if I get it right Smiley

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August 01, 2017, 12:41:35 PM
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Is Siacoin the next big ROI on longterm for year 2018 ?

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August 01, 2017, 05:51:38 PM
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The whole crypto market is going up at the moment but I think that sia has the potential to catch a strong momentum, let's see what happens.

I hope that we could reach 400 by the end of this week, it could be great for the future,
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I want to mine some Siacoins on my PNY XLR8 GTX 1070 and I'm using gominer on Windows 10 having 1520 MH/s. Which OC settings would you recommend me for improving the performances or what other miner would be better for nanopool?
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August 01, 2017, 08:08:01 PM
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Is there any way to have a multisig wallet? Or to access the same wallet from two different computers?

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August 01, 2017, 08:27:07 PM
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Is there any way to have a multisig wallet? Or to access the same wallet from two different computers?
why you need to access the same wallet from two computers?
yes its possible to access the same wallet from two different computers
you just have to download wallets and place your wallet backup file in second computer's wallet
also this coin's last three months chart looks amazing it looks it is gonna pop up


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August 01, 2017, 09:00:30 PM
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Is there any way to have a multisig wallet? Or to access the same wallet from two different computers?
why you need to access the same wallet from two computers?
yes its possible to access the same wallet from two different computers
you just have to download wallets and place your wallet backup file in second computer's wallet
also this coin's last three months chart looks amazing it looks it is gonna pop up

If like me, they could be day dreaming of riches while at work and making trades. I immediately move my coins off exchange MOST of the time. Eventually I want to migrate them off my work PC to my home pc.
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August 01, 2017, 09:09:22 PM
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Is there any way to have a multisig wallet? Or to access the same wallet from two different computers?

No multisig wallets available.

Using the same wallet in two machines is supported starting on version 1.3 of the Client. If you are just using the wallet to send and receive coins it will be ok, but if you plan to host or rent file storage it could be still problematic, specially for hosting.
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August 01, 2017, 09:15:21 PM
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Is there any other project similar to SiaCoin? Is there any rival now - or maybe will be in near future?
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August 01, 2017, 09:57:06 PM
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Is there any way to have a multisig wallet? Or to access the same wallet from two different computers?

No multisig wallets available.

Using the same wallet in two machines is supported starting on version 1.3 of the Client. If you are just using the wallet to send and receive coins it will be ok, but if you plan to host or rent file storage it could be still problematic, specially for hosting.

For the moment I had in mind that just for keeping my coins Smiley

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August 01, 2017, 10:23:41 PM
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Is there any other project similar to SiaCoin? Is there any rival now - or maybe will be in near future?

StorjX seems to be simillar, but a lot smaller, because it is in early development process.

Sia has a better development team, so why would we need another coin?
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August 01, 2017, 11:56:40 PM
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Is there any other project similar to SiaCoin? Is there any rival now - or maybe will be in near future?

StorjX seems to be simillar, but a lot smaller, because it is in early development process.

Sia has a better development team, so why would we need another coin?


Madesafe is working on something similar but much more ambitious, but it's taking endless time to realise.

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August 02, 2017, 01:00:32 AM
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Would a SiafundAddress_Key0.siakey file generated around Sun 17 May 2015 01:12:40 PM EDT be useful for anything now?

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August 02, 2017, 02:11:48 AM
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Would a SiafundAddress_Key0.siakey file generated around Sun 17 May 2015 01:12:40 PM EDT be useful for anything now?

Oh, so that file must be from the old times, previous to version 0.4 when old file wallets became incompatible with the new seed system...

I am not sure if it will work for SiaFunds, but for SiaCoins there is a method for retrieving coins from those legacy wallets. It is worth you give it a try: Install the last version of the client and do this: https://siawiki.tech/wallet/recovering_from_file

Of course, that file should not have been "redeemed" before...

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August 02, 2017, 07:51:13 AM
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Which exactly is the SIA wallet file and where is it stored in Windows 7?

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August 02, 2017, 10:28:07 AM
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Would a SiafundAddress_Key0.siakey file generated around Sun 17 May 2015 01:12:40 PM EDT be useful for anything now?

Oh, so that file must be from the old times, previous to version 0.4 when old file wallets became incompatible with the new seed system...

I am not sure if it will work for SiaFunds, but for SiaCoins there is a method for retrieving coins from those legacy wallets. It is worth you give it a try: Install the last version of the client and do this: https://siawiki.tech/wallet/recovering_from_file

Of course, that file should not have been "redeemed" before...



Thanks, about 50% synced now I'll try in about 12 hours.

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August 02, 2017, 10:33:38 AM
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Would a SiafundAddress_Key0.siakey file generated around Sun 17 May 2015 01:12:40 PM EDT be useful for anything now?

Oh, so that file must be from the old times, previous to version 0.4 when old file wallets became incompatible with the new seed system...

I am not sure if it will work for SiaFunds, but for SiaCoins there is a method for retrieving coins from those legacy wallets. It is worth you give it a try: Install the last version of the client and do this: https://siawiki.tech/wallet/recovering_from_file

Of course, that file should not have been "redeemed" before...



Thanks, about 50% synced now I'll try in about 12 hours.

Keep us update I am pretty curious.
Although I think that you won't have any problem to recover as per version 1.1, they updated the software so it could accept any kind of wallets(no matter when the wallet software was updated).
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August 02, 2017, 12:59:48 PM
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Which exactly is the SIA wallet file and where is it stored in Windows 7?

No, file wallets do not apply for you, don't worry about it. In very old Sia versions (2 years ago), wallets were stored in a file and that file was the only way to retrieve your funds. In current wallets the wallet can be retrieved in any computer just by using your recovery seed. The seed is the only thing that you'll need.

In any case, in current versions of Sia there is a wallet folder that stores the indexation of the blockchain to quickly retrieve the final balance of your wallet when you open Sia. It is located in users/your_user/appdata/roaming/Sia. But if you delete that folder you still preserve your funds. And having the folder but not the seed is not enough to retrieve the funds: you need the seed
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August 02, 2017, 08:57:17 PM
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This is the output I got: /media/organism/My Book/Untitled Folder/Coin/sia/Sia/SiafundAddress_Key0.siakey: could not decode type []wallet.savedKey033x: slice is too large

also it asked me for a password, i just hit enter with nothing in the box.

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August 02, 2017, 10:00:28 PM
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This is the output I got: /media/organism/My Book/Untitled Folder/Coin/sia/Sia/SiafundAddress_Key0.siakey: could not decode type []wallet.savedKey033x: slice is too large

also it asked me for a password, i just hit enter with nothing in the box.

Then I would try to contact the devs in Slack or the Sia Forums, they do not check BitcoinTalk

BTW... How happened you never transferred your SF to a new wallet when version 0.4 was released? One thing is mining some Siacoins back in time, forget about them and now realizing they are very valuable. But Siafunds were expensive even during the crowdsale (and now running at 2.5-3BTC)!! I supposed all SF holders were people following closely the project.
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