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May 11, 2016, 01:47:21 PM
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When turn on wallets - yobit, bittrex ?

I am having trouble with my Linux wallet, so I would assume exchanges may have issues with the new wallet.  It is just a guess, as soon as I have time I will dig into my wallet compile issues.

Just too busy these last few weeks.
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May 11, 2016, 04:25:22 PM
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When turn on wallets - yobit, bittrex ?

I am having trouble with my Linux wallet, so I would assume exchanges may have issues with the new wallet.  It is just a guess, as soon as I have time I will dig into my wallet compile issues.

Just too busy these last few weeks.
Well I guess there is finally a plus for being on windows then.
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May 11, 2016, 05:19:02 PM
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When turn on wallets - yobit, bittrex ?

I am having trouble with my Linux wallet, so I would assume exchanges may have issues with the new wallet.  It is just a guess, as soon as I have time I will dig into my wallet compile issues.

Just too busy these last few weeks.
Well I guess there is finally a plus for being on windows then.


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Linux wallet has succesfully compiled and updating on 2 different platforms (Amd64 & Arm).
Midnightminer.net nodes will be back up once blockchain is sync'd
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May 12, 2016, 12:31:51 AM
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Question;

I have a block of approx. 22k coins and many blocks that total the same amount that are all 10 coins or at least started that way.  How is the large block supposed to earn 8% in a year if it get the same size block reward from staking that the blocks with only 10 coins?
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Question;

I have a block of approx. 22k coins and many blocks that total the same amount that are all 10 coins or at least started that way.  How is the large block supposed to earn 8% in a year if it get the same size block reward from staking that the blocks with only 10 coins?
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Hi, i do not know why my wallet is outro in Bittrex. Somebody can help me?
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May 13, 2016, 08:19:09 AM
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May 13, 2016, 12:02:36 PM
Last edit: May 13, 2016, 12:24:32 PM by keesdewit
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Update 2.4.0 released.

Update contains the following change:


  • Fix for chain splitting

Download:

Windows:http://www.amsterdamcoin.com/download/windows/amsterdamcoin-qt.zip
Linux:http://www.amsterdamcoin.com/download/linux/amsterdamcoin-qt.zip
Bootstrap:http://www.amsterdamcoin.com/download/bootstrap.zip


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May 13, 2016, 02:35:26 PM
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Update 2.4.0 released.

Update contains the following change:


  • Fix for chain splitting




My wallet has been updated and I used the bootstrap and it seems like I've been on the correct chain the whole time since none of my coins piles orphaned.

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May 14, 2016, 05:03:12 PM
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http://i.imgur.com/hjTJwTx.gif


Update 2.4.0 released.

Update contains the following change:


  • Fix for chain splitting




My wallet has been updated and I used the bootstrap and it seems like I've been on the correct chain the whole time since none of my coins piles orphaned.

Thanks!



Hi dev. I want know when we will have good news.
There coin entry forecast in Poloniex ?
We invest in the currency and we expect it to grow. If it does not grow it may die...
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May 14, 2016, 07:25:11 PM
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Update 2.4.0 released.

Update contains the following change:


  • Fix for chain splitting




My wallet has been updated and I used the bootstrap and it seems like I've been on the correct chain the whole time since none of my coins piles orphaned.

Thanks!



Hi dev. I want know when we will have good news.
There coin entry forecast in Poloniex ?
We invest in the currency and we expect it to grow. If it does not grow it may die...

We only have good news. There is no plan to list at poloniex. Nothing is going to die here, we will add enough water to keep growing.

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May 15, 2016, 01:03:53 PM
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http://i.imgur.com/hjTJwTx.gif


Update 2.4.0 released.

Update contains the following change:


  • Fix for chain splitting




My wallet has been updated and I used the bootstrap and it seems like I've been on the correct chain the whole time since none of my coins piles orphaned.

Thanks!



Hi dev. I want know when we will have good news.
There coin entry forecast in Poloniex ?
We invest in the currency and we expect it to grow. If it does not grow it may die...

We only have good news. There is no plan to list at poloniex. Nothing is going to die here, we will add enough water to keep growing.


But Why NOT in Poliniex ? You saw the volume of that currency in Yobit and Bittrex ? I have 0.5 BTCS invested in it that now worth 0.2 BTCS . Something is wrong! We need something that leverages its growth ! The "water" is not enough ... I'm not here to annoy but to awaken ! Several coins are there : Dbic , Waves , Lisk and now DAO tokens. We can not stand still. We have to grow quickly !!! The charts indicate volume 0 to AMS . What do you think? Excuse me , I believe in AMS and want to see it win!
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May 16, 2016, 08:44:54 AM
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Update 2.4.0 released.

Update contains the following change:


  • Fix for chain splitting




My wallet has been updated and I used the bootstrap and it seems like I've been on the correct chain the whole time since none of my coins piles orphaned.

Thanks!



Hi dev. I want know when we will have good news.
There coin entry forecast in Poloniex ?
We invest in the currency and we expect it to grow. If it does not grow it may die...

We only have good news. There is no plan to list at poloniex. Nothing is going to die here, we will add enough water to keep growing.


But Why NOT in Poliniex ? You saw the volume of that currency in Yobit and Bittrex ? I have 0.5 BTCS invested in it that now worth 0.2 BTCS . Something is wrong! We need something that leverages its growth ! The "water" is not enough ... I'm not here to annoy but to awaken ! Several coins are there : Dbic , Waves , Lisk and now DAO tokens. We can not stand still. We have to grow quickly !!! The charts indicate volume 0 to AMS . What do you think? Excuse me , I believe in AMS and want to see it win!

Ok, I will try to get it on poloniex

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May 16, 2016, 01:20:23 PM
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http://i.imgur.com/hjTJwTx.gif


Update 2.4.0 released.

Update contains the following change:


  • Fix for chain splitting




My wallet has been updated and I used the bootstrap and it seems like I've been on the correct chain the whole time since none of my coins piles orphaned.

Thanks!



Hi dev. I want know when we will have good news.
There coin entry forecast in Poloniex ?
We invest in the currency and we expect it to grow. If it does not grow it may die...

We only have good news. There is no plan to list at poloniex. Nothing is going to die here, we will add enough water to keep growing.


But Why NOT in Poliniex ? You saw the volume of that currency in Yobit and Bittrex ? I have 0.5 BTCS invested in it that now worth 0.2 BTCS . Something is wrong! We need something that leverages its growth ! The "water" is not enough ... I'm not here to annoy but to awaken ! Several coins are there : Dbic , Waves , Lisk and now DAO tokens. We can not stand still. We have to grow quickly !!! The charts indicate volume 0 to AMS . What do you think? Excuse me , I believe in AMS and want to see it win!

Ok, I will try to get it on poloniex


Thank you . I believe Amsterdam Coin will be great ! Everything is possible if we believe and work for that dreams come true .
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May 18, 2016, 07:51:57 PM
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Kees,

I am getting these messages in my Windoze and linux wallets:

Code:
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EXCEPTION: St9bad_alloc
std::bad_alloc
amsterdamcoin in ProcessMessages()

ProcessMessage(block, 177 bytes) FAILED
Postponing 154 reconnects
REORGANIZE
REORGANIZE: Disconnect 585 blocks; babc622bd7a19f025c2012518d1c1b8623711905c376e83b2b33148ae0f8a684..a59aee4dbdd5c54bcc216f22cff5a2e2e919fba07f10974bf5af18dfe035565d
REORGANIZE: Connect 320 blocks; babc622bd7a19f025c2012518d1c1b8623711905c376e83b2b33148ae0f8a684..e36fe0c3cf2c5dc70ad15a62a7a34074d8a6c00f6faabe7797e9317fc844782a
connect() to 87.79.96.5:61510 failed after select(): No route to host
connect() to 81.169.137.12:61510 failed after select(): Connection refused
ping timeout: 1200.006816s
connect() to 87.79.96.5:61510 failed after select(): No route to host
connect() to 81.169.137.12:61510 failed after select(): Connection refused
connect() to 87.79.96.5:61510 failed after select(): No route to host
connect() to 81.169.137.12:61510 failed after select(): Connection refused


Code:
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EXCEPTION: St9bad_alloc       
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C:\Coins\amsterdamcoin-qt\amsterdamcoin-qt.exe in ProcessMessages()       

ProcessMessage(block, 435 bytes) FAILED
CheckBlock() : Skipping masternode payment check - nHeight 439044 Hash 8a07b1b5a87d0aa47805dc81653fee2a56359677c33f2f764420283a107a5be4
ProcessBlock: ORPHAN BLOCK 675, prev=6df60da7d1d5b30064eb248f9106393239f1ac36cfc4a9546855f6a2c9c27d69
SecureMsgScanBlock().
Found 3 transactions, 1 elements, 0 new public keys, 1 duplicates.
force request: block b425f0b81405bd2e20cc74bfbe7172c472232aabdd8d09e0dfe07bf6dda79c20
CheckBlock() : pindex is null, skipping masternode payment check
ProcessBlock: ORPHAN BLOCK 676, prev=b8b9e4d56d21f1b353b94ad1b0d3daa56d97622de4a152f982f536f29a60f026
SecureMsgScanBlock().
Found 1 transactions, 0 elements, 0 new public keys, 0 duplicates.
CheckBlock() : Skipping masternode payment check - nHeight 439044 Hash d88c8f7ed16badcbaf7c80a09c7d380b07f6a81130ec70e7a521b227ac8bd265
CheckStakeKernelHash() : using modifier 0xb4ff67d34e36a3d0 at height=440445 timestamp=2016-05-04 22:33:04 UTC for block from timestamp=2016-05-03 21:14:40 UTC
CheckStakeKernelHash() : check modifier=0xb4ff67d34e36a3d0 nTimeBlockFrom=1462310080 nTimeTxPrev=1462310080 nPrevout=1 nTimeTx=1462401200 hashProof=0026a1e50e79bd73d819ffc5b8ae067d633d82150a07177b3f7c5c81df0b1ec3
Postponing 1493 reconnects
REORGANIZE
REORGANIZE: Disconnect 338 blocks; d6540a4be04be825d09e53ba338cb48a95b3213ad78d8dba7d5990fa5fa21651..cd064d7800ab17b0193e00e0f705820f7932ca0be6e2c17887e460b5b99fc9fe
REORGANIZE: Connect 248 blocks; d6540a4be04be825d09e53ba338cb48a95b3213ad78d8dba7d5990fa5fa21651..ecc1a99e2b51684ac3d218f4c39d4f12692b13ff1ad3a7c3d83325d5c5121a13
CheckBlock() : pindex is null, skipping masternode payment check
FindStealthTransactions() tx: a7b84ee6e16008a3123039514afe48f2427bf84983ede7860fb4c89b86a80e45
CheckBlock() : pindex is null, skipping masternode payment check
FindStealthTransactions() tx: 57a11d8aa614d7c8c07c9dd8a7d4be29cdf4df3e05407229294ccbfde2830165
CheckBlock() : pindex is null, skipping masternode payment check
FindStealthTransactions() tx: 55884b7b8e7823c903ede7f04f09215b3d14e7f4d8f270575c2572aed82ec0da
CheckBlock() : pindex is null, skipping masternode payment check

Anything that I need to worry about?
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May 18, 2016, 08:12:35 PM
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Kees,
Anything that I need to worry about?

large disconnects and reconnects are signs of forking. however there is no way to determine if you are on the fork or if you are just connected to a poisoned wallet.

you should resync from scratch to see if that fixes the issue. if it doesnt fix the issue and you resync and see these messages still, there are larger problems and a wallet fix is needed from the dev
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May 19, 2016, 12:36:32 AM
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Kees,
Anything that I need to worry about?

large disconnects and reconnects are signs of forking. however there is no way to determine if you are on the fork or if you are just connected to a poisoned wallet.

you should resync from scratch to see if that fixes the issue. if it doesnt fix the issue and you resync and see these messages still, there are larger problems and a wallet fix is needed from the dev

That is what I suspected, just wondering if others are getting this as I seem to be a spur node over here in North America.

My nodes where using the Bootstrap Kees supplied with the wallet update, but the wallets are sucking up CPU and I/O resources on my machines sorting through Orphan Blocks.

So my temp solution will be, to have my nodes only connect to 1 or 2 nodes that I am certain are on the proper blockchain.  Other wallets will be able to connect to my nodes, but I will only be updating from trusted nodes.  This should help clean up some of the noise on the p2p network.

I will post an update when my nodes are clean again.
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Kees,
Anything that I need to worry about?

large disconnects and reconnects are signs of forking. however there is no way to determine if you are on the fork or if you are just connected to a poisoned wallet.

you should resync from scratch to see if that fixes the issue. if it doesnt fix the issue and you resync and see these messages still, there are larger problems and a wallet fix is needed from the dev

That is what I suspected, just wondering if others are getting this as I seem to be a spur node over here in North America.

My nodes where using the Bootstrap Kees supplied with the wallet update, but the wallets are sucking up CPU and I/O resources on my machines sorting through Orphan Blocks.

So my temp solution will be, to have my nodes only connect to 1 or 2 nodes that I am certain are on the proper blockchain.  Other wallets will be able to connect to my nodes, but I will only be updating from trusted nodes.  This should help clean up some of the noise on the p2p network.

I will post an update when my nodes are clean again.

was that error message pulled out of the log file?
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May 19, 2016, 07:26:03 PM
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Kees,
Anything that I need to worry about?

large disconnects and reconnects are signs of forking. however there is no way to determine if you are on the fork or if you are just connected to a poisoned wallet.

you should resync from scratch to see if that fixes the issue. if it doesnt fix the issue and you resync and see these messages still, there are larger problems and a wallet fix is needed from the dev

That is what I suspected, just wondering if others are getting this as I seem to be a spur node over here in North America.

My nodes where using the Bootstrap Kees supplied with the wallet update, but the wallets are sucking up CPU and I/O resources on my machines sorting through Orphan Blocks.

So my temp solution will be, to have my nodes only connect to 1 or 2 nodes that I am certain are on the proper blockchain.  Other wallets will be able to connect to my nodes, but I will only be updating from trusted nodes.  This should help clean up some of the noise on the p2p network.

I will post an update when my nodes are clean again.

was that error message pulled out of the log file?
Yes, in debug mode.

debug=1

In amsterdamcoin.conf file.
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May 19, 2016, 08:36:16 PM
Last edit: May 22, 2016, 05:03:58 PM by midnight_miner
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Update:

I have both my nodes confirmed on the proper chain.
ams1.midnightminer.net
ams2.midnightminer.net

We need the pool operators to please contact Keesdewit or myself ( I am volunteering to help) to confirm you are on the right chain and set up your wallets to limit the spread of orphan blocks on the p2p channel.

If you have the following IP*, you are on the fork:
Code:
74.5.137.87
74.77.15.47

Obsolete wallet:
Code:
54.88.159.85
176.31.53.252
81.47.172.176

*Note: I will update this post over the next few days with new IPs as they show up in the log file.
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