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September 02, 2015, 10:18:30 AM
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UPDATE 2018-01-10: Good news, Slothcoin.org is back online and has been completely updated.



With the release of version 1.3.1 build 3, Slothcoin became a community driven project. In a true Open Source fashion a team of voluntary contributers stepped in to continue the work of the original Slothcoin creator Thimo. The major changes kicked in automaticly from block 300K onwards.

Thanks to the community support Slothcoin can move on for many years to come! And like any true free and open sourced project it can be taken up and changed for the good of SLOTH at any time. May the fork be with you!

About Slothcoin (SLOTH):

  • SHA-3 keccak encryption algorithm
  • POW mining until 2021
  • 4321 SLOTH Block reward for years to come
  • By 2021 there will be 92 billion SLOTH
  • Difficulty retargeting using Kimoto Gravity Well
  • DIGI shield
  • Retargeting every block, from 300K++
  • 150 second blocktime
  • 120 block maturity
  • 5 block transaction confirmation
  • Changed reward system from block 300K++
  • Port: 5107


Reward system:

Orginal rewards up to block 299999
  • 5 * 50000000
  • 96 * 10000
  • 99899 * 500000
  • 100000 * 250000
  • 100000 * 125000

Kicking in from block 300K++:

  • 100 * 1000000
  • 200 * 500000
  • 400 * 250000
  • 800 * 125000
  • 1600 * 62500
  • 1000 * 31250
  • 500 * 10000
  • 220 * 5000

And then until year 2021:

  • 924765 * 4321

Somewhere in 2021:

  • 802 * 1


Downloads new Slothcoin:

Sourcecode: https://github.com/oldambtster/Slothcoin

GNU-Linux
Ubuntu 14.04 X64 build Binaries.
QT-Wallet & deamon: The Box

MacX
QT-Wallet: MEGA Cloud
Backup Download: BOX cloud

WinX
QT-Wallet: MEGA Cloud
Backup Download: BOX cloud

Special thanks to Bumbacoin / PineApple for MacX & WinX Qt-Wallet builds


Mining SHA3 keccak:

  • CPU mining can be done with build in miner, or minerD.
  • OpenCL GPU mining can be done with BFGminer --keccak build, CGminer, using --keccak switch, or with SGminer, using algo 'maxcoin'
  • Nvidia GPU mining can be done with CUDAminer


Trading SLOTH:



Faucets:



Blockexplorers:



Social Media:


NOTE: Always make back-ups of your current Wallet, on different media, before updating. This software comes with absolutely no warranty. As is with al crypto coin software, use at own free choice, free will and own responsibility.

Thanks to the original creator of Slothcoin, Thimo, for making this coin, to the Slothcoin community for all feedback and support, to Mr. Floppy at Cryptopia Forum and Bumbacoin / PineApple for compiling MacX / WinX builds.

The new home for Slothcoin is at Slick dot CF also the original website Slothcoin dot Org has been revived by an unknown Slothcoin supporter.

May the SLOTH be with you and remember to use the fork!



This info was updated wednesday the 10th of january 2018. Please remember that Slothcoin is free and open source MIT licensed software. It became a community Crypto at some point and it is free for anybody to fork it and enhance it further.

Anyway Slothcoin was build to move on into 2021 at a steady pace and so it seems to do.

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Hi dev, i can't download windows-qt  wallet from mega, please replace to another filehosting
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Hi dev, i can't download windows-qt  wallet from mega, please replace to another filehosting

Any you prefer / that works for you? Please let me know. (Have had more complaints about MEGA Cloud download.)

Or you can try this:
CLICK HERE for Box.com download.

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Hi dev, i can't download windows-qt  wallet from mega, please replace to another filehosting

Any you prefer / that works for you? Please let me know. (Have had more complaints about MEGA Cloud download.)

Or you can try this:
CLICK HERE for Box.com download.

https://www.virustotal.com/ru/file/b4a7b812998cd608f4c8eaad49aa7c67a42b7c910ee622e4dfcb71126fabc011/analysis/1441191167/
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Hi dev, i can't download windows-qt  wallet from mega, please replace to another filehosting

Any you prefer / that works for you? Please let me know. (Have had more complaints about MEGA Cloud download.)

Or you can try this:
CLICK HERE for Box.com download.

https://www.virustotal.com/ru/file/b4a7b812998cd608f4c8eaad49aa7c67a42b7c910ee622e4dfcb71126fabc011/analysis/1441191167/

Will have a look into that myself, thank you for checking, I want 0 there...!

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Hi dev, i can't download windows-qt  wallet from mega, please replace to another filehosting

Any you prefer / that works for you? Please let me know. (Have had more complaints about MEGA Cloud download.)

Or you can try this:
CLICK HERE for Box.com download.

https://www.virustotal.com/ru/file/b4a7b812998cd608f4c8eaad49aa7c67a42b7c910ee622e4dfcb71126fabc011/analysis/1441191167/

Very weird, one that gives an alert, one giving a, guess heuristic, maybe and all the others give ok.
And also it seems connected to some kind of advertising connected alert, when I'm searching for it...?

Will get back at this ASAP.

EDIT: https://virusscan.jotti.org/en-US/filescanjob/udp1gfcqn5

Really think this is due to heuristics (remember how often minerd gave alerts?) got a second opion from an expert, and the Eset one seems to be really easy triggerd. And that Asian one, don't know what to make of that. Have to say I still trust the majority of OK's here.

While using the WinX version in WINE I checked the TEMP folder, and no mysterious *.exe appearing, as they should, when the supposed threat were real and not heuristic wrong doing. Also the Windows7 computer is clean. But still will test it in XP too, in Virtual Box.

EDIT2:
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"a variant of Win32/BitCoinMiner.BJ". Yeah, most coins will test positive for that. Compliments of anti-virus companies thinking BitCoin is a virus..."

And only one still does, rest of online scanners do not.

An online scan of the former Slothcoin 1.3.0 gave a lot of alerts, still far from a majority and then I read the comments:
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false positive as a result of outdated and unneeded IRC peer lookup in source from older bitcoin base

Think it is safe to state that Bumbacoin / PineApple did a nice, safe and clean build.
(And that Ahnlab_V3! (& Eset) should get their online heuristics engine straightened out, ASAP!)

EDIT3:
Ran Slothcoin 1.3.1 build 3 also on WinXP in VirtualBox. Checked everything that would have come to the surface.
And came to a final conclusion, supported by the overwelming majority of best known scanners out there:
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Slothcoin 1.3.1b3 is OK!  Cheesy

EDIT4:
Did a full scan in Windows XP in Virtual Box yesterday, using an up to date AVIRA AntiVir, Spyware Search & Destroy, MalwareBytes and Emisoft Emergency Kit, and that also confirmed: CLEAN.

Now...

Let's get Slothin'!

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Nice man, good work.
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Really ?
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Nice man, good work.
Thx!

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Really ?
Yes really.

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What does the Sloth say?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aaqzPMOd_1g

 Cheesy

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is it an old coin?
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is it an old coin?

It is over one year old, in COIN land you might consider this old, I guess.  Wink

But the fork is fresh and a new and long lasting POW is build in there.

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is it an old coin?

Rebirth the sloth.  Cheesy
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is it an old coin?

Rebirth the sloth.  Cheesy

Young Sloth Sluke alive and kicking!  Grin

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150 second blocktime
that to damn fast for a sloth

go go SHA-3 keccak

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150 second blocktime
that to damn fast for a sloth

go go SHA-3 keccak

Sloth on caffeine!  Cheesy

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FIN:
Odotetaan Suomen Slothcoin päivitys versioon 1.3.1 Build 3...

RU:
В ожидании обновления русской Slothcoin до версии 1.3.1 Build 3 ...

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wow slothcoin rebirth  Shocked
 
nice work OP Smiley
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wow slothcoin rebirth  Shocked
 
nice work OP Smiley

 Smiley Thx to great Teamwork.

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NIce work!! I´m in  Smiley
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NIce work!! I´m in  Smiley
Thx! Welcome!  Cool

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This wallet has a viruss1!!!
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The old developer ditched out and is now running ICO's on c-cex... Best of luck to the community driven project
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This wallet has a viruss1!!!

Proof it yourself, before making such a bold statement, please...

Read this whole thread, it allready has been debunked!
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You should have a good AV on your computer, that is up to date and set to high heuristics. Also use Spybot Search & Destroy, MalwareBytes, an excellent firewall and the best AV scanner you can find. Avira Antivir is a good one by the way. (NO, I do not have shares in those companies, also they have free Windows versions.)

And if they are installed at your Windows PC, they should, most of the time, stop and remove threads right away. Because they run all the time, in the background. Now, let those programmes have a go at the Slothcoin ZIP, and keep us posted.

Off course I do understand that there are malicious wallets out there, so precaution is always a good thing, in anything that comes from the world wide web.

But as far as it goes for Slothcoin 1.3.1 build 3, WinX version, it is clean.

BTW I am using GNU-Linux and still use up to date AV software called CLAM.

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The old developer ditched out and is now running ICO's on c-cex... Best of luck to the community driven project

Thanks! It is challenge, and I hope we can keep the Sloth going.  Wink

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sloth rebirth, so its a young sloth  Cheesy
good luck with it
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So, let's debunk this one LAST time.
(I could almost make a f'n dayjob out off this...  Undecided)

According to a well known online AV scan gatherer 54, of 56, online AV scanners returned that the Windows 32bit executable of Slothcoin 1.3.1 build 3 is CLEAN! They have a sign for that a: V. And here is the list, according to that online AV scanner gatherer:

ALYac
AVG
AVware
Ad-Aware
AegisLab
Agnitum
Alibaba
Antiy-AVL
Arcabit
Avast
Avira (This one I used for local scan)
Baidu-International
BitDefender
Bkav
ByteHero
CAT-QuickHeal
CMC
ClamAV (This one I used for local scan)
Comodo
Cyren
DrWeb
Emsisoft
F-Prot
F-Secure
Fortinet
GData
Ikarus
Jiangmin
K7AntiVirus
K7GW
Kaspersky
Kingsoft
Malwarebytes (This one I used for local scan)
McAfee
McAfee-GW-Edition
MicroWorld-eScan
Microsoft YES they gave CLEAR too!!!
NANO-Antivirus
Panda
Qihoo-360
Rising
SUPERAntiSpyware
Sophos
Symantec
Tencent
TheHacker
TrendMicro   
TrendMicro-HouseCall
VBA32
VIPRE
ViRobot
Zillya   
Zoner   
nProtect


There were two, though that gave 'red', now let's have a look at those, shall we?

First, the one that got my attention right away and convinced me that I would have to dig in deep to prove it to be shaite.
Or to say it in other words: to proof that this is a false alert! Simply stating that the other 54 proved it to be wrong, like MICROSOFT themselves, SYMANTEC, to name but a few small names...

No, that would not be enough, as was proven in this ANN thread. Even a panic reply came by, but understandable when you come to think of the real bad image that some real malifide coins have given to the community. But that could also be stated to be a view of a pessimist, which can be as bad as the one of a blind optimist, really.

So, let's keep it real and f'n debunk this further!

Ahnlab, Korean AV, way back in 2013...!  Shocked
How about an up-to-date database perhaps? (Thanks to VirScan.org for the info!)
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ahnlab   Korea-South   9.9.9                   9.9.9                   2013-05-28   2013-05-28 01:13:46
Might I now call this a false 'outdated' alert then...?  Roll Eyes

And people from VirusTotal.com, why do you keep those out of date scanners in your list???  Angry
Because you actually are doing a good job normaly!

And then when I try to find the actual thing that should lurge inside, according to the way-back-engine of Ahnlab, there's almost no data. Or it leads to some software that has many reviews stating how great it is at removing crap... YEAH RIGHT!

Then there should be some files being created, at least that's the best I've found, in the Windows TEMP folder. Well, as a former IT idiot I know that shit all to well. First time you remove it, the next second to see it return. Just a few days ago I helped a family member remove some Chinese Malware that behaved like that from a Windows7 computer. Oh, happy day, but I cleared that thing up nicely, so it can be used safely again.

And while running Slothcoin 1.3.1 build 3, tested on the cleaned Win7 PC, none of that crap happened. Through my years of experience I know how that kind of horror works. And this is not the case. But on with the debunking!

NOD32, whoops sorry, I mean Eset
In the VirusTotal results is states only 'potentially unsafe' and that is based on outdated data. Where code inside the BiTCoin code, of all Wallets, mind you, contacted IRC to get Peers to connect to. Not a bad idea actually, but could be considered a danger. As is opening ports and advertising them in sourcecode or here in this forum as Addnode = ... That is a potential danger.

And that is why there is Firewall, AV, Anti-malware and that kind of software, to keep you safe, as good as possible.

Now, in my opinion NOD32/Eset, should adjust this, but it is their companies choice to do otherwise. Then VirusTotal.Com might be more critical, maybe painting it orange, instead of red? But still it is the same as that what went on with minderD, remember that?

Also VirusScan.jotti.org at least might add 'potentially unsafe' to the NOD32/Eset outdated data... Because all Wallets will give one result or the other in that manner, if the IRC code is still inside. (Which is a note to self: REMOVE IRC code in next release.)

Alerts: DEBUNKED!

And the local test?
Well, WINE, WindowsXP in VirtualBox and Windows7 just cleaned from malware, all had Slothcoin 1.3.1 build 3 running. Virus and malware scanners ready to respond, firewall supervising and me checking the places where malware puts their crap most of the time.

And you know what? CLEAN CONFIRMED!

Final word, well I do hope so, on this matter.

Caution is good, being prepared to threats that really excist? You should do that, by all means. But when 54 of the 56 AV products give a clear, if a team themselves have tested it over and over, scanned and whatever was needed, then what does that say?

Specially when one of the alerts states as 'potentially unsafe', what seems to be outdated and is known as to what causes the heuristics to 'think' of it as a thread. BiTCoin wallets posted and read IRC channels for peers to connect to, that is what triggered it.

And the second, even worse alert, is one of an outdated (2013!  Lips sealed) unknown AV product called Ahnlab, that leads to almost no information at the world wide web, except for some software that has many satisfied users and it is very cheap and find things that others don't find. Yeah, right...

This, for me, is enough to debunk it and state here, one last time, that Slothcoin 1.3.1 build 3 is clean!


Now... Let's get back to get the Sloth goin'!

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sloth rebirth, so its a young sloth  Cheesy
good luck with it

Thanks!  Smiley
Yes, the young Sluke!  Cool

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hahaaaa my favorite funnycoin Smiley Nice to see it coming back lol
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hahaaaa my favorite funnycoin Smiley Nice to see it coming back lol

It is the cutest furry funcoin there is.  Wink

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I realise now I did not bother getting back my coins from atomictrade when this coin died, oops... its obviously delisted now
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I realise now I did not bother getting back my coins from atomictrade when this coin died, oops... its obviously delisted now

That one became BanX and there is no Sloth around there. So I guess they have gone into oblivion...
At Cryptopia Slothcoin found a new home.

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So, let's debunk this one LAST time.
(I could almost make a f'n dayjob out off this...  Undecided)

According to a well known online AV scan gatherer 54, of 56, online AV scanners returned that the Windows 32bit executable of Slothcoin 1.3.1 build 3 is CLEAN! They have a sign for that a: V. And here is the list, according to that online AV scanner gatherer:

ALYac
AVG
AVware
Ad-Aware
AegisLab
Agnitum
Alibaba
Antiy-AVL
Arcabit
Avast
Avira (This one I used for local scan)
Baidu-International
BitDefender
Bkav
ByteHero
CAT-QuickHeal
CMC
ClamAV (This one I used for local scan)
Comodo
Cyren
DrWeb
Emsisoft
F-Prot
F-Secure
Fortinet
GData
Ikarus
Jiangmin
K7AntiVirus
K7GW
Kaspersky
Kingsoft
Malwarebytes (This one I used for local scan)
McAfee
McAfee-GW-Edition
MicroWorld-eScan
Microsoft YES they gave CLEAR too!!!
NANO-Antivirus
Panda
Qihoo-360
Rising
SUPERAntiSpyware
Sophos
Symantec
Tencent
TheHacker
TrendMicro   
TrendMicro-HouseCall
VBA32
VIPRE
ViRobot
Zillya   
Zoner   
nProtect


There were two, though that gave 'red', now let's have a look at those, shall we?

First, the one that got my attention right away and convinced me that I would have to dig in deep to prove it to be shaite.
Or to say it in other words: to proof that this is a false alert! Simply stating that the other 54 proved it to be wrong, like MICROSOFT themselves, SYMANTEC, to name but a few small names...

No, that would not be enough, as was proven in this ANN thread. Even a panic reply came by, but understandable when you come to think of the real bad image that some real malifide coins have given to the community. But that could also be stated to be a view of a pessimist, which can be as bad as the one of a blind optimist, really.

So, let's keep it real and f'n debunk this further!

Ahnlab, Korean AV, way back in 2013...!  Shocked
How about an up-to-date database perhaps? (Thanks to VirScan.org for the info!)
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Scanner   Country           Engine Ver     Sig Ver           Sig Date           Last update(CST)
ahnlab   Korea-South   9.9.9                   9.9.9                   2013-05-28   2013-05-28 01:13:46
Might I now call this a false 'outdated' alert then...?  Roll Eyes

And people from VirusTotal.com, why do you keep those out of date scanners in your list???  Angry
Because you actually are doing a good job normaly!

And then when I try to find the actual thing that should lurge inside, according to the way-back-engine of Ahnlab, there's almost no data. Or it leads to some software that has many reviews stating how great it is at removing crap... YEAH RIGHT!

Then there should be some files being created, at least that's the best I've found, in the Windows TEMP folder. Well, as a former IT idiot I know that shit all to well. First time you remove it, the next second to see it return. Just a few days ago I helped a family member remove some Chinese Malware that behaved like that from a Windows7 computer. Oh, happy day, but I cleared that thing up nicely, so it can be used safely again.

And while running Slothcoin 1.3.1 build 3, tested on the cleaned Win7 PC, none of that crap happened. Through my years of experience I know how that kind of horror works. And this is not the case. But on with the debunking!

NOD32, whoops sorry, I mean Eset
In the VirusTotal results is states only 'potentially unsafe' and that is based on outdated data. Where code inside the BiTCoin code, of all Wallets, mind you, contacted IRC to get Peers to connect to. Not a bad idea actually, but could be considered a danger. As is opening ports and advertising them in sourcecode or here in this forum as Addnode = ... That is a potential danger.

And that is why there is Firewall, AV, Anti-malware and that kind of software, to keep you safe, as good as possible.

Now, in my opinion NOD32/Eset, should adjust this, but it is their companies choice to do otherwise. Then VirusTotal.Com might be more critical, maybe painting it orange, instead of red? But still it is the same as that what went on with minderD, remember that?

Also VirusScan.jotti.org at least might add 'potentially unsafe' to the NOD32/Eset outdated data... Because all Wallets will give one result or the other in that manner, if the IRC code is still inside. (Which is a note to self: REMOVE IRC code in next release.)

Alerts: DEBUNKED!

And the local test?
Well, WINE, WindowsXP in VirtualBox and Windows7 just cleaned from malware, all had Slothcoin 1.3.1 build 3 running. Virus and malware scanners ready to respond, firewall supervising and me checking the places where malware puts their crap most of the time.

And you know what? CLEAN CONFIRMED!

Final word, well I do hope so, on this matter.

Caution is good, being prepared to threats that really excist? You should do that, by all means. But when 54 of the 56 AV products give a clear, if a team themselves have tested it over and over, scanned and whatever was needed, then what does that say?

Specially when one of the alerts states as 'potentially unsafe', what seems to be outdated and is known as to what causes the heuristics to 'think' of it as a thread. BiTCoin wallets posted and read IRC channels for peers to connect to, that is what triggered it.

And the second, even worse alert, is one of an outdated (2013!  Lips sealed) unknown AV product called Ahnlab, that leads to almost no information at the world wide web, except for some software that has many satisfied users and it is very cheap and find things that others don't find. Yeah, right...

This, for me, is enough to debunk it and state here, one last time, that Slothcoin 1.3.1 build 3 is clean!


Now... Let's get back to get the Sloth goin'!


wowsers you did a great job ..

well i know that coinz have been triggering virus alerts for a long time. - heh and sometimes containing them  Cheesy
but i built this one,  and there wasnt a virus in there when i uploaded it.

the link is quoted here by oldambtster so it's at least this old and i believe i couldnt change the upload without changing the link https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=512903.msg12264346#msg12264346

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i've recently helped with compiling for TRI 020 and BUN so you should go and check those too Wink

edit. and COMM too :p forgot all about that. lol

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occurs to me that this was the point of the gitian method which i used.
so i could sort out it all out neatly and upload it so anyone can build it  - but time is busy at the moment so we''ll see how long it takes me

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wowsers you did a great job ..

well i know that coinz have been triggering virus alerts for a long time. - heh and sometimes containing them  Cheesy
but i built this one,  and there wasnt a virus in there when i uploaded it.

the link is quoted here by oldambtster so it's at least this old and i believe i couldnt change the upload without changing the link https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=512903.msg12264346#msg12264346

..
i've recently helped with compiling for TRI 020 and BUN so you should go and check those too Wink

..

occurs to me that this was the point of the gitian method which i used.
so i could sort out it all out neatly and upload it so anyone can build it  - but time is busy at the moment so we''ll see how long it takes me


Thanks!

And true, sometimes they are indeed bad poisen, but the majority is not.  Wink
Your build is indeed clean. And actually confirmed so by an overwelming huge majority.
(Won't go in that whole subject again... Hahaha)

The Gitian idea is a good option, but did not get around to that myself, lately.
And I can see you are very busy buildin' lots of great coins, you're gettin' pro!  Cool

Succes with the build and we'll see about Gitian in a later stage.

But for now, let's go Slothin'  Cheesy

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Updated to new wallet but not finding any nodes.  should I remove old peers.dat and addnode lines from conf file?

[edit]So as soon as I post this I get a node.

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Updated to new wallet but not finding any nodes.  should I remove old peers.dat and addnode lines from conf file?

Yes that seems to be the best way, there will be new nodes found after you've done that and restarted v1.3.1 build 3.

EDIT: Sloth Magic Wink Normally, if you use the new version, it would have taken a while but the new connections would have been found. But if you do not have the default port open, or forwarded to your computer with Slothcoin on it, you depend on other peers that do. That proces could take a while.

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And Sloth we go towards consensus on the network.  Cool

Have a great weekend and may the Sloth be with you!

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What does the Sloth say?

https://youtu.be/aaqzPMOd_1g

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are there any working exchanges ?

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are there any working exchanges ?
Yes, Cryptopia.co.nz, trades in LTC-SLOTH, UNO-SLOTH, DOT-SLOTH, FTC-SLOTH, DOGE-SLOTH, POP-SLOTH and HTML-SLOTH markets.

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nice but i have only one connection to the network.
How to solve that ?

edit:is difficulity retarget algo is digishield or kgw ?

Difficulty retargeting using Kimoto Gravity Well
DIGI shield

edit2:which is block number which is reward ?

Orginal rewards up to block 299999
5 * 50000000
96 * 10000
99899 * 500000
100000 * 250000
100000 * 125000

Kicking in from block 300K++:

100 * 1000000
200 * 500000
400 * 250000
800 * 125000
1600 * 62500
1000 * 31250
500 * 10000
220 * 5000

edit3:also can you give me a conf file im going to solo mine this

edit4:why is this wallet using too much cpu resource ?

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nice but i have only one connection to the network.
How to solve that ?

edit:is difficulity retarget algo is digishield or kgw ?

Difficulty retargeting using Kimoto Gravity Well
DIGI shield

edit2:which is block number which is reward ?

Orginal rewards up to block 299999
5 * 50000000
96 * 10000
99899 * 500000
100000 * 250000
100000 * 125000

Kicking in from block 300K++:

100 * 1000000
200 * 500000
400 * 250000
800 * 125000
1600 * 62500
1000 * 31250
500 * 10000
220 * 5000

edit3:also can you give me a conf file im going to solo mine this

Answer 1:

It is KGW with DIGIshield (Done in version 1.3.0 by Thimo allready)


Answer 2:

Block rewards 1.3.0
        0 ..        4      5 *    50000000
        5 ..      100     96 *       10000   
      101 ..    99999  99899 *      500000   
   100000 ..   199999   100K *      250000
   200000 ..   299999   100K *      125000

Block rewards 1.3.1 build 3 start @block 300K++

        300000 ..   300099    100 *     1000000
        300100 ..   300299    200 *      500000
        300300 ..   300699    400 *      250000
        300700 ..   301499    800 *      125000
        301500 ..   303099   1600 *       62500
        303100 ..   304099   1000 *       31250
        304100 ..   304599    500 *       10000
        304600 ..   304819    220 *        5000

And then all the way into 2021

        304820 ..  1229584 924765 *        4321

And some last ones in 2021        

       1229585 ..  1230386    802 *           1

Answer 3:

Which miner are you going to use?
Am using SGminer myself.

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yep im gonna use sgminer

edit:im also created slothcoin conf from information at the web

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nice but i have only one connection to the network.
How to solve that ?

..

edit4:why is this wallet using too much cpu resource ?
If you want good connections I'd suggest opening port 5107, default for Slothcoin, or port forward it in your modem/router. For that to work you should have a static local IP address. Dynamic won't work, but most of the time it is default, specially when you use WIFI.

To get a Static local IP, like 10.x.x.x or 192.168.1.x you need to set that manually. After that you can port-forward 5107 in your router modem. (NAT / Virtual Server)

Answer 4:
The wallet using CPU resources probably means it is getting a lot of blocks in. (Will have a look in that.)

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nice but i have only one connection to the network.
How to solve that ?

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edit4:why is this wallet using too much cpu resource ?
If you want good connections I'd suggest opening port 5107, default for Slothcoin, or port forward it in your modem/router. For that to work you should have a static local IP address. Dynamic won't work, but most of the time it is default, specially when you use WIFI.

To get a Static local IP, like 10.x.x.x or 192.168.1.x you need to set that manually. After that you can port-forward 5107 in your router modem. (NAT / Virtual Server)

Answer 4:
The wallet using CPU resources probably means it is getting a lot of blocks in. (Will have a look in that.)

and the last question:what is your hashrate ?

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@kama, will answer your questions in a while, need a coffee refill first.  Cheesy

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Goin' Sloth all the way up!  Grin

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and the last question:what is your hashrate ?

The SGminer.conf:
Code:
{
  "pools": [ 
{
"url": "http://n.n.n.n:p",
"user": "userInSlothcoinConf",
"pass": "passInSlothcoinConf",
"algorithm": "maxcoin"
}
  ],
  "profiles": [],
  "failover-only": true,
  "device": "all",
  "vectors":"1",
  "lookup-gap": "2",
  "intensity": "d",
  "shaders": "80",
  "thread-concurrency": "320",
  "worksize": "128",
  "gpu-engine": "0-0",
  "gpu-memclock": "0",
  "gpu-threads": "1",
  "gpu-fan": "0-85",
  "gpu-powertune": "0",
  "gpu-vddc": "0.000",
  "temp-cutoff": "68",
  "temp-overheat": "60",
  "temp-target": "43",
  "gpu-memdiff": "0",
  "shares": "0",
  "kernel-path": "/usr/local/bin/kernel",
  "api-mcast-port": "4028",
  "api-port": "4028",
  "expiry": "28",
  "failover-switch-delay": "60",
  "gpu-dyninterval": "1",
  "gpu-platform": "0",
"gpu-threads":"1",
  "hamsi-expand-big": "4",
  "keccak-unroll": "0",
  "log": "5",
  "no-pool-disable": true,
  "no-client-reconnect": true,
  "queue": "2",
  "scan-time": "7",
  "tcp-keepalive": "30",
  "temp-hysteresis": "3",
  "watchpool-refresh": "30"
}

In "pools" you'd have to change it to your own URL and Port off course.
Same goes for "user" and "pass", they should be the same as in Slothcoin.conf

Slothcoin.conf:
Code:
server=1
rpcuser=userInSlothcoinConf
rpcpassword=passInSlothcoinConf
rpcallowip=n.n.n.n
rpcport=p

These settings have to match the ones for SGminer.

And I'm only mining @ ~4Mhs, 25 tops if I use the whole network.
(They are all 15-18 Watt TDP PC's.)

You probably would have to change:

 
Code:

  "shaders": "80",
  "thread-concurrency": "320",
..

 "gpu-dyninterval": "1",
..
 "gpu-threads":"1",

And if you have more than 1 GPU core you'll need to leek at some samples about how to fix that.

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Maybe Addnode list is still a good idea?  Huh

Allthough new peers have been 'build in' the code, it does not seem to work flawless...  Undecided

 Lips sealed

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im mining with 10mhash started 5 mins ago but still can't find any block Sad

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im mining with 10mhash started 5 mins ago but still can't find any block Sad

Current total mining power is about 350Mhs, with difficulty 11.6, that might take a while. At least half an hour upto a couple of hours. So Sloth all the way.  Wink

Do appreciate your efforts though, PM me one of your Sloth addresses and I'll send you some SLOTH that normally would take you a while to mine and to confirm.  Cheesy

(Have all mined those myself btw, sometimes the big miners leave, for a while, and that's when you come in...)

To get more out off your mining settings change "gpu-dyninterval": "1", should give you a couple of Mhs more, but to much and your PC will lock up mining. Start with say 16, double that if it goes well, etc...

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okay here is my sloth adress:SchJ4qWF57w7isNkEnT49fJCP2Pmt1C1yZs

sorry it was need to be pm Sad

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im mining with 10mhash started 5 mins ago but still can't find any block Sad
To get more out off your mining settings change "gpu-dyninterval": "1", should give you a couple of Mhs more, but to much and your PC will lock up mining. Start with say 16, double that if it goes well, etc...
also should i try 1 or 16 and up ?

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im mining with 10mhash started 5 mins ago but still can't find any block Sad
To get more out off your mining settings change "gpu-dyninterval": "1", should give you a couple of Mhs more, but to much and your PC will lock up mining. Start with say 16, double that if it goes well, etc...
also should i try 1 or 16 and up ?

If "interval" : "d" then "gpu-dyninterval": "1" decides how intensive SGminer will push your GPU. In my own settings I have set "gpu-dyninterval" to "1" because I need to be able to use my computer for other things.

When "gpu-interval" is changed to say "8" you will give more power to SGminer. If that works fine, try the value of "16", if that works fine and your GPU stays cool enough, try "32".

At a certain point you'll notice that your PC has a hard time doing other things. That's where you start lowering the value of "gpu-interval" by steps of 8. Until you'll think that you have the maximum of Mh/s possible and your PC can still get email in and browse the web. It is trial and error to work this out though.

Edit: Tried to send you some SLOTH, but the addres you gave me does seem to be incomplete?

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im mining with 10mhash started 5 mins ago but still can't find any block Sad
To get more out off your mining settings change "gpu-dyninterval": "1", should give you a couple of Mhs more, but to much and your PC will lock up mining. Start with say 16, double that if it goes well, etc...
also should i try 1 or 16 and up ?

If "interval" : "d" then "gpu-dyninterval": "1" decides how intensive SGminer will push your GPU. In my own settings I have set "gpu-dyninterval" to "1" because I need to be able to use my computer for other things.

When "gpu-interval" is changed to say "8" you will give more power to SGminer. If that works fine, try the value of "16", if that works fine and your GPU stays cool enough, try "32".

At a certain point you'll notice that your PC has a hard time doing other things. That's where you start lowering the value of "gpu-interval" by steps of 8. Until you'll think that you have the maximum of Mh/s possible and your PC can still get email in and browse the web. It is trial and error to work this out though.

Edit: Tried to send you some SLOTH, but the addres you gave me does seem to be incomplete?


my hashrate is so bad so i exit the system and deleted the bins sry Sad if i buy a rig i will mine it

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im mining with 10mhash started 5 mins ago but still can't find any block Sad
To get more out off your mining settings change "gpu-dyninterval": "1", should give you a couple of Mhs more, but to much and your PC will lock up mining. Start with say 16, double that if it goes well, etc...
also should i try 1 or 16 and up ?

If "interval" : "d" then "gpu-dyninterval": "1" decides how intensive SGminer will push your GPU. In my own settings I have set "gpu-dyninterval" to "1" because I need to be able to use my computer for other things.

When "gpu-interval" is changed to say "8" you will give more power to SGminer. If that works fine, try the value of "16", if that works fine and your GPU stays cool enough, try "32".

At a certain point you'll notice that your PC has a hard time doing other things. That's where you start lowering the value of "gpu-interval" by steps of 8. Until you'll think that you have the maximum of Mh/s possible and your PC can still get email in and browse the web. It is trial and error to work this out though.

Edit: Tried to send you some SLOTH, but the addres you gave me does seem to be incomplete?


my hashrate is so bad so i exit the system and deleted the bins sry Sad if i buy a rig i will mine it


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nice reborn haha.

I think most old wallets are lost...
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Maybe Addnode list is still a good idea?  Huh

Allthough new peers have been 'build in' the code, it does not seem to work flawless...  Undecided

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i've got two connections without doing nuffingk.

https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/BlockExplorer?coin=SLOTH
and cryptopia explorer gives these. at least one must be hardcoded, cos i am connected to the top and bottom ones.

addnode=91.155.235.8:5107
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nice reborn haha.

I think most old wallets are lost...

You bet ya!  Cheesy

Well, if people backed them up... They might be reborn too.  Grin

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Maybe Addnode list is still a good idea?  Huh

Allthough new peers have been 'build in' the code, it does not seem to work flawless...  Undecided

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i've got two connections without doing nuffingk.

https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/BlockExplorer?coin=SLOTH
and cryptopia explorer gives these. at least one must be hardcoded, cos i am connected to the top and bottom ones.

addnode=91.155.235.8:5107
addnode=31.28.12.26:5107
addnode=87.208.30.94:5107


They are all hardcoded.

And those are the ones everybody normally gets connected to the fastest.
But after that is seems nada di nada if you do not have the 5107 port opened / forwarded.

Well, actually it makes sence now.  Shocked

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Hm, need to have a real good look at the network code part, amongst things to do...

But not now, have an awesome weekend!

And may the Sloth be with you!

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I realise now I did not bother getting back my coins from atomictrade when this coin died, oops... its obviously delisted now

That one became BanX and there is no Sloth around there. So I guess they have gone into oblivion...
At Cryptopia Slothcoin found a new home.

Hah, the Slothgod likes me, I did indeed take them off the exchange and stored them on some usb backups lol... I'll celebrate by dedicating a rig at this for a week Wink
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I realise now I did not bother getting back my coins from atomictrade when this coin died, oops... its obviously delisted now

That one became BanX and there is no Sloth around there. So I guess they have gone into oblivion...
At Cryptopia Slothcoin found a new home.

Hah, the Slothgod likes me, I did indeed take them off the exchange and stored them on some usb backups lol... I'll celebrate by dedicating a rig at this for a week Wink

Always good to backup your wallet.  Cheesy

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Somewhere it has been mentioned that there were only 2, 3 connections, tops.

Makes sure you have your settings right in your Slothcoin.conf, it should contain, amongst other stuff:
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listen=1
port=5107
This is the part that 'says' listen to port 5107, which is default actually, but just to make sure.

If you use 'listen=0' then Slothcoin would pick a random available port. But the network seeks contact, so to speak, at port 5107, always, 'cause that is hardcoded. Meaning you could only 'find' peers that are hardcoded into the software, or added in Slothcoin.conf via addnode=...., currently that would mean 3 at the most.

For a decentralised peer to peer network to function properly, in this case TCP connected, a default port needs to be known and peers need to have it 'open' and / or forwarded in their router / modem. WinX (meaning all Windows type OS's) computers could use something like UPNP to fix this automaticly. But that would mean your modem / router supports that. And not a lot do, if I remember correctly.

This is a bit of a shortcoming of the way most xCoins make their connections over TCP. In practise this would mean you'd have to open / forward your 5107 TCP port manually. And, off course, give permission in your firewall.

Could this be made easier? Well when you look at software like StreamerP2P, you might think so, this works like a charm, but it uses UDP. And with Wallet software you always want to be sure your data was send and received. But this could be fixed with UDP to, by building in a control system. Why because UDP could be used for so called hole punching, no need to open ports manually, the software will do this with help of a superpeer.

But I've got a feeling that it is somewhere beyond the subject of an ANN thread.  Grin

Anyway, to support the Slothcoin network, and also your own wallet and mining, open and / or forward port 5107 to the computer you have Slothcoin running on. If you have another port localy, just forward port 5107 to that one. That's what your router / modem is there for.

If you set listen=1 and port=5107 (or another routed local port) the network of Slothcoins can connect to you and vica versa. So Slothy a stronger bigger network will be build.

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What if there is no concensus on the Slothcoin network about moving to version 1.3.1 build 3 before block 300K kicks in? It needs to be considered that this might happen. Because only one 24/7 deamon updated and there are just a few other peers that seem to have done so until now. No worries yet, but from block 295968 it becomes crucial.

There are more coins up and about that exceed the 2^63-2 limit of the int64 variable of the MAXCOIN value. Some even consider to become POS, while they should go more towards POB (Proof Of Burn), I guess. And MAXCOIN is only there to limit the amount to be send to a maximum. Still it is an int64, signed, so only 63 bit really should be used, divided by 100.000.000, or the value of 1 COIN. But what are the chances of someone having 92 billion COIN, right? So the real COIN ever to be released will almost be like infinite...

If you do not understand this, never mind, back to the fork, or not the fork, that is the question.

Whatever the choice of the majority of peers within the Slothcoin network at block 295968, that version will be the one to continue. Be it version 1.3.0, than so it be. The community chooses. If three quarter of the connection agree to a certain version, then that should be it from block 295968 onwards.

Therefor it will be monitored closely if version 1.3.1 build 3 gets consensus or not by block 295968, if not it will be considered to be voted out. If that happens, the next is adviced, if you did run 1.3.1 build 3, like me, off course.

If by block 295968 Slothcoin version 1.3.1 build 3 has no 3/4 of the connections
  • Stay Sloth, there is still about a week to go.
  • (Always) Back up your wallet, preferable twice on two different media
  • Stop the 1.3.1 build 3 version
  • When needed, copy your wallet to the 1.3.0 user folder.
  • If in seperate folders. Remove the old 1.3.0 'blocks' and 'chainstate' folders.
  • If needed, copy the 1.3.1b3 'blocks' and 'chainstate' folders to the 1.3.0 user folder
  • Start version 1.3.0 (Qt or deamon) again
  • Be Sloth while it checks the blocks and wallet
  • See what happens in the future, and keep the Sloth goin'

For me, this project is considered to be a learning proces. I like the way the community made an effort to make a difference to keep the Sloth going. And it will probably do so with version 1.3.0. Have no idea what will happen if the overdraw in Slothcoin goes beyond 2^63-2, time will tell. Somewhere around block 330K this will be the case. (In the sourcode MAXCOIN has no real impact, it seems, but only the limit on the amount one is able to send in one go.)

Currently we are still about 4 weeks away from that switchpoint. But when the fork gets no consensus in time then it will be needed for all peers to get back to version 1.3.0, to get the Slothcoin going. And for me the signal to leave and do something else, and put this fork on ice.

Just doing my best to stay realistic, as it might be the scenario that could happen.

Stay Sloth!

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What if there is no concensus on the Slothcoin network about moving to version 1.3.1 build 3 before block 300K kicks in? It needs to be considered that this might happen. Because only one 24/7 deamon updated and there are just a few other peers that seem to have done so until now. No worries yet, but from block 295968 it becomes crucial.


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This looks like a good exciting coin work dev! Love sloths Wink
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This looks like a good exciting coin work dev! Love sloths Wink

Thx! Those Sloths are awesome.  Cheesy

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What if there is no concensus on the Slothcoin network about moving to version 1.3.1 build 3 before block 300K kicks in? It needs to be considered that this might happen. Because only one 24/7 deamon updated and there are just a few other peers that seem to have done so until now. No worries yet, but from block 295968 it becomes crucial.


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No worries, the Slothcoin version 1.3.1 build 3 still uses the same blocksize. Cheesy

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What if there is no concensus on the Slothcoin network about moving to version 1.3.1 build 3 before block 300K kicks in? It needs to be considered that this might happen. Because only one 24/7 deamon updated and there are just a few other peers that seem to have done so until now. No worries yet, but from block 295968 it becomes crucial.


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No worries, the Slothcoin version 1.3.1 build 3 still uses the same blocksize. Cheesy

This means that i can use 1.3.1 even if the network dont move to that version maybe?
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What if there is no concensus on the Slothcoin network about moving to version 1.3.1 build 3 before block 300K kicks in? It needs to be considered that this might happen. Because only one 24/7 deamon updated and there are just a few other peers that seem to have done so until now. No worries yet, but from block 295968 it becomes crucial.


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No worries, the Slothcoin version 1.3.1 build 3 still uses the same blocksize. Cheesy

This means that i can use 1.3.1 even if the network dont move to that version maybe?

You can use 1.3.1 build 3 just like 1.3.0, upto block 299.999.

Only starting block 300.000 1.3.1b3 will behave differently.
The reward system changes and the difficulty adjustment, that's all actually.

The blockvalue of height 295968 is chosen as a safety limit.
It is still a week before block 300K would kick in.
So if 1.3.1b3 is not used by a majority of peers, you could easily go back to using version 1.3.0 by then.

Have tried it, back and forth between version 1.3.0 and 1.3.1b3 and it works.
(Also exporting the wallet.dat then starting the old version 1.3.0 with it, confirmed to work.)

But this is considered only in worst case scenario, normally most peers would start using version 1.3.1 build 3 in time.  Wink

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Make sure you start using version 1.3.1 build 3 in time!

Did you know that mining is the same until block 300.000?
  • 125.000 SLOTH per block.

And with version 1.3.1 build 3, mining a million starts at block 300.000?
  • 100 times 1.000.000 SLOTH per block

But only with version 1.3.1 build 3!
And mining goes on way into the year 2021.

May the fork be with you and use the Sloth for years to come!

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Pool:
 
www.wmikrut.com (keccak / maxcoin)

So, there you have it, a fresh pool for Slothcoin version 1.3.1 build 3!

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Slothcoin to Proxima Centauri!

Get version 1.3.1 build 3 now!
www.slick.cf/coin/sloth/download

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Pool:
 
www.wmikrut.com (keccak / maxcoin)

So, there you have it, a fresh pool for Slothcoin version 1.3.1 build 3!

Pool not working at the momment... looks like it is off-line when i try to mine or at least the miner is trying to connect but nothing happens
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Pool:
 
www.wmikrut.com (keccak / maxcoin)

So, there you have it, a fresh pool for Slothcoin version 1.3.1 build 3!

Pool not working at the momment... looks like it is off-line when i try to mine or at least the miner is trying to connect but nothing happens

Will keep an eye on it.
If it takes too long I will remove the link.
(Probably needed to sync with the blockchain...  Embarrassed)

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Pool:
 
www.wmikrut.com (keccak / maxcoin)

So, there you have it, a fresh pool for Slothcoin version 1.3.1 build 3!

Pool not working at the momment... looks like it is off-line when i try to mine or at least the miner is trying to connect but nothing happens

Will keep an eye on it.
If it takes too long I will remove the link.

Working now again Smiley no need to remove the link
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Pool:
 
www.wmikrut.com (keccak / maxcoin)

So, there you have it, a fresh pool for Slothcoin version 1.3.1 build 3!

Pool not working at the momment... looks like it is off-line when i try to mine or at least the miner is trying to connect but nothing happens

Will keep an eye on it.
If it takes too long I will remove the link.

Working now again Smiley no need to remove the link

Great! Pool for version 1.3.1 build 3 workin'  Cheesy
And we are 50-50 on the network!

Will the Pool get the 100 times a million starting block 300.000?

Sloth we go!

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How long does it takes before a pending block comes available?
On http://wmikrut.com/tbs I only see pending blocks.
And when do I see the coins in my new wallet?
I quit mining because the miner crashes continously....
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How long does it takes before a pending block comes available?
On http://wmikrut.com/tbs I only see pending blocks.
And when do I see the coins in my new wallet?
I quit mining because the miner crashes continously....
Information I can give you is mainly about Slothcoin itself and some general stuff about pool mining.

Slothcoin needs 120 confirms per found block before mined coins become available. This would mean that, normally spoken, your share of the pool mined coins should become available in your wallet, after 120 confirms. As every block is supposed to take about 2,5 minutes to find, the first payout could take 6 hours to get into your wallet.

Once the first 6 hours have past since you had your share in finding a block, the rest will follow at a faster rate. If you have mined for a longer period of time. The crashing of your miner could be a case of some setting that needs some fine-tuning, followed by a computer reboot sometimes.

If Slothcoin payments are send to your 1.3.1 build 3 Wallet at your computer it takes 5 confirmations. But you should see them arrive almost instantly, once send, marked unconfirmed. With current network mining speed the 5 confirmations will taken between 10 and 12 minutes. In the Wallet allready after 1 confirmation a payment becomes 'Saldo'. (Never tried to send Sloth after only one confirmation, so do not know what will happen it you try to do so.)

If you have more questions about the Pool I suggest you try to contact the owner of the NOMP pool.

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like to chat with the boss send me a pm  Wink
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like to chat with the boss send me a pm  Wink
Bruce Springsteen is not, yet, on the project.  Cheesy

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Use the fork! And may the Sloth be with you.

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great to see my baby having new father that cares of it Smiley

your beloved thimo former dev of SLOTH Smiley

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great to see my baby having new father that cares of it Smiley

your beloved thimo former dev of SLOTH Smiley
Your SLOTH is going all the way to Proxima Centauri Thimo!

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Remember that it is SlothDay soon!

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Any idea when the blockexplorer works again :
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Any idea when the blockexplorer works again :
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We are at mark 290K, less than 10.000 blocks away from the magic blocknumber 300.000 for Slothcoin 1.3.1 build 3. If you haven't moved to the community fork yet, then it is about time to do so. Or you might find yourself on the wrong blockchain after block 300K kicks.

The original creator of Slothcoin, Thimo, moved on to another project called MAPCOIN. So a few community members started to create a fork. With this fork Slothcoin could go all the way to Proxima Centauri. That would be in the year 2021.

To make the changes obvious, a young Sloth was introduced with the fork, he's called Sluke and he's guided by the wise Sloth, of version 1.3.0, called Sloda. (Yes, there is almost a storyline there...) And yes, it hints towards a certain SF movie cyclus.   Wink

There are WinX (all windows OS versions) builds, MacX builds (OS 10.x) and GNU-Linux X64 builds (Ubuntu based). But the GNU-Linux based deamon / QT gui users will probably compile it themselves from the GitHub source.

Contact has been made with essential sites, for Slothcoin, like Multifaucet and Cryptopia. As it would be good to have them supporting the fork. Still way before block 300K kicks in. While allready a Pool makes sure that the Slothcoin 1.3.1 build 3 blockchain gains momentum. So the blockchain could get stable on the fork very fast after block 300.000 has been mined.

POW mining will go on until 2021 with the new version. And also the difficulty will change from 2 to every block.

So, keep the Sloth going and use the fork!  Cheesy

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http://www.multifaucet.tk/index.php?faucet=SLOTH
http://www.multifaucet.tk/index.php?blockexplorer=SLOTH

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Thank you very much!

A grand SLOTH faucet and a blockexplorer to go with it.  Cool

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With Multifaucet, a Pool and many peers on Slothcoin 1.3.1 build 3 now, it is time to go for block 300K.
So, if you are still using 1.3.0, this may be the time to go for the switch too.

http://slick.cf/coin/sloth/download/

Use the fork and may the SLOTH be with you!

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Made a little donation to celebrate this.  Wink

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Viesti rakkaalle suomi Slothcoin tukija:

Päivitä versioon 1.3.1 Build 3, ennen lohko 300.000.

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We are within 10 hours removed from the 300K block of Slothcoin!
If you haven't moved to version 1.3.1 build 3, it is about time to do so now!
http://slick.cf/coin/sloth/download/

Hundred times one million are waiting for the miners who throw their hashes at the new version, starting block 300.000, and then some more after that, way into the year 2021.

Use the fork and may the Sloth be with you!

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And we're beyond the 300.200!
Which means the 100 times a million are out.
And a lot more to come.

Use the fork and may the Sloth be with you!

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Did version 1.3.1 build 3 make it on the Blockchain?
Well check this out:

http://www.multifaucet.tk/index.php?blockexplorer=SLOTH&block=300000

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Did version 1.3.1 build 3 make it on the Blockchain?
Well check this out:

http://www.multifaucet.tk/index.php?blockexplorer=SLOTH&block=300000

Note the confirmations and look how the difficulty changes every new block.

Yeah, it's workin allright!

Thanks Slothcoin community!  Cool

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YES, www.Cryptopia.co.nz is on the latest build too!

So we really are in business.   Cheesy



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https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/64e5eef82a2aab6bb641290c86274950f68ba15f46f1c5e28c4b4a4d592c7bbf/analysis/1444379340/

is this something to worry about?

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Good that thing you asked, instead of jumping to a conclusion right away! (It was done that way before actually.)

And no, this subject has allready come about, and it has been investigated and debunked:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1168909.msg12307504#msg12307504

Mainly there is the Bitcoinminer part build in (remember the false alerts that minerD gave?) that triggers some scanner heuristics (analytic prediction part). Also the former used IRC IP announcement part is something that can trigger it. The last one could trigger a 'trojan' suspection alert, but mainly due to ultra sensitive scanner heuristics technology.

This 'dead' IRC-IP announcing code should be removed in an upcoming update, as it is not used anymore. And then that trigger would be gone too. But in essence there is no harm there and certainly it is all but a 'trojan'. That is the software that alerts it to blame, really.

Now again, this debunks most, except those of McAfee, so, I went to their website and started to search:
http://www.mcafee.com/apps/search/default.aspx?q=Artemis%21D3513FD20A9E

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No results found for the given search criteria.
Suggestions:
Make sure all words are spelled correctly.
Try different keywords.
Try more general keywords.

Sorry McAfee? Or is it again an engine that is outdated?
In some way or another I consider McAfee a kind of annoyance ware myself. Because it gets installed with every crapy piece of software on Windows, disturbing every other software allready on the machine. (Well, when I still used Windows that is...)

Same goes for terms like: "potentially unsafe" used by ESET-NOD32. But on the other hand, that is heuristics trying to guess at numbers and figures. So what should be a good term. Or maybe they should investigate after that?

It is potentially unsafe to cross the street, or to eat food, or drink fluids, but I do not have a better description either...

Then the ViRobot from http://www.globalhauri.com/ again, went there, and searched for the one that the virustotal site named. And the result? Can you guess? Yep!

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Not Found Data!

The only reason I can think of that VirusTotal comes with this useless, and wrong, data is that they use outdated online scanners. And that is not them to blame, but the companies that service their online scanners to them.

Hope that this can be considered debunked, again. Had tested it myself in Windows XP running in VirtualBox, because I use GNU-Linux. And also WINE had a go at it. While I have several security software running. Also watched typical folders for suspicious behaviour etc. etc.

But in the end it is you who decides to use a certain piece of software or not.

Slothcoin is clean and good to go though!

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great work Smiley
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any addnode? as of now, only 1 connection active.


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any addnode? as of now, only 1 connection active.


Thanks.

addnode=91.155.235.8
addnode=31.28.12.26

check this and click on NodeInfo  the blue button

https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/BlockExplorer?coin=SLOTH

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great work Smiley
go sloth

Steady as a rock, Sloth we go!  Cool

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any addnode? as of now, only 1 connection active.


Thanks.

When you use the latest version, 1.3.1 build 3, the active nodes are build in. The reason there are only two, sometimes three, nodes available is because they are the only ones with open ports. If you want more connections you are strongly advised to open / forward your external ports to your local computer.

This is only possible, if you are behind a router / modem, if you know how to port-forward. It means you'll need a static local IP for the PC on which you are using Slothcoin. Otherwise you could not port forward an outside connection to an inside one. On the modem /router you'd have to use the Slothcoin port. And then forward that you your local one.

Also it will take a while before connections are build up, even if you have port-forwarded / allowed Slothcoin on your firewall. There is no hole-punching, so the only way to get connections through your router/modem/firewall is to set it yourself.

Multifaucet has the right data available: http://www.multifaucet.tk/index.php?blockexplorer=SLOTH&network_info

(Cryptopia is allready on 1.3.1 build 3 too, but the coin data is still outdated.)


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By the way.

If you want some SLOTH in your SlothCoin v1.3.1 build Wallet, then Multifaucet has a great faucet that will give you a 1000 SLOTH every 12 hours! http://www.multifaucet.tk/index.php?faucet=SLOTH

And again, there is only 1 peer left using the outdated version, the rest has moved slothy towards the new version, so get yours now: http://slick.cf/coin/sloth/download/

It gets you new connections, a 100% faster difficulty adaption and a POW reward system that will go way into 2021!

Use the fork and may the Sloth be with you!

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Hey I just stumbled across this coin, is this coin still available to mine? my CPU is Intel i5 4670 @ 3.4GHz, and my GPU is a single AMD Radeon HD 7970 GHz Edition, For other coins (such as TurboStake, just launched a few days ago) I tried mining with "setgenerate true 4" with a difficulty of 1.25 (on Sha-256d) and I only got about 1k coins within 1 day.
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Hey I just stumbled across this coin, is this coin still available to mine? my CPU is Intel i5 4670 @ 3.4GHz, and my GPU is a single AMD Radeon HD 7970 GHz Edition, For other coins (such as TurboStake, just launched a few days ago) I tried mining with "setgenerate true 4" with a difficulty of 1.25 (on Sha-256d) and I only got about 1k coins within 1 day.

Hi, this is a Keccak/SHA3 coin and the new version is mine-able way into the year 2021.
Do not know how high the MHashes are you can manage. Currently there is about 390 MHashing power at Slothcoin.

There is a pool using version 1.3.1 build 3, you can find all the info at the first page of this forum item:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1168909.0

At this moment difficulty is about 12. Blocktimes are too fast now, so I expect it to go up. Rewards per block are now 10.000 SLOTH. And they will drop soon to 4321 SLOTH per found block, which will go on for years to come.

You'll need miner software that is Keccak/SHA3 compatible, if it fits for MaxCoin (sgminer for instance), it will do nicely.

According to what I've read you could easily solo-mine Slothcoin with any HD7970 bursting 400MHs/s. Which would mean you'd get a lot of SLOTH a day.

Cannot give you the exact settings or how to set up the right software, but when you search for maxcoin and mining you'll find what you need to get mining.

Good luck!

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we need more nodes.

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we need more nodes.

There are at least 2 nodes 24/7 available that have the right port open/forwarded. Off course there are more nodes welcome that do the same. Nodes that open/forward their TCP 5107 port really help the Slothcoin network and will also notice that they can connect to a lot more other nodes after a while.

Sloth we go!

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If needed i may be able to get some extra nodes too

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What is up with all of the virus in the wallets?

https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/b4a7b812998cd608f4c8eaad49aa7c67a42b7c910ee622e4dfcb71126fabc011/analysis/1447813034/

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AhnLab-V3   Trojan/Win32.HDC   20151118
ESET-NOD32   a variant of Win32/BitCoinMiner.BJ potentially unsafe   20151118
Fortinet   Riskware/BitCoinMiner   20151118
McAfee   Artemis!D3513FD20A9E   20151118
McAfee-GW-Edition   Artemis   20151118

Sophos   Bitcoin Miner (PUA)   20151117
ViRobot   Trojan.Win32.S.Agent.22544896[h]   20151117

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What is up with all of the virus in the wallets?

https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/b4a7b812998cd608f4c8eaad49aa7c67a42b7c910ee622e4dfcb71126fabc011/analysis/1447813034/

Antivirus   Result   Update
AhnLab-V3   Trojan/Win32.HDC   20151118
ESET-NOD32   a variant of Win32/BitCoinMiner.BJ potentially unsafe   20151118
Fortinet   Riskware/BitCoinMiner   20151118
McAfee   Artemis!D3513FD20A9E   20151118
McAfee-GW-Edition   Artemis   20151118

Sophos   Bitcoin Miner (PUA)   20151117
ViRobot   Trojan.Win32.S.Agent.22544896[h]   20151117



All the viri, really...?!

Ask first, would be nice, and please stop jumping to conclusions!
Even better, read the whole topic, use the search function, because this has allready has been debunked, twice!
With a lot of information that would help you actually understand why these are false flags.

To make it easy for you and others who still doubt:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1168909.msg12307504#msg12307504

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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1168909.msg12653150#msg12653150


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If needed i may be able to get some extra nodes too

Thx for your support Thimo!  Cool

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Keccak/SHA3

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Keccak/SHA3

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get bitnodes and you's solid like a rock Wink

Keccak/SHA3 is what me got into this.  Cheesy

Looking into Bitnodes: https://github.com/ayeowch/bitnodes/wiki/Provisioning-Bitcoin-Network-Crawler
And https://bitnodes.21.co/

Maybe it can be put to good use for Slotcoin, thanks!

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Broth LTC and DASH are treaten by Cryptsy same. You cannot withdrawl any of them.
Hence why people buy MAPC oin Cryptsy then dump on Bittrex and we loose price Sad

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Broth LTC and DASH are treaten by Cryptsy same. You cannot withdrawl any of them.
Hence why people buy MAPC oin Cryptsy then dump on Bittrex and we loose price Sad
BTC withdrawal costs 2 days. Actually if you withdraw, you have to wait until somebody
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Happy holidays and a Slothfull 2016!

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When is SLOTH going to the exchanges, like XMG for instance:



I would like it.
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January 10, 2016, 08:07:15 PM
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When is SLOTH going to the exchanges, like XMG for instance:



I would like it.

That would be nice, currently it is only at Cryptopia, but perhaps in 2016 more will follow.

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January 13, 2016, 08:16:42 PM
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That would be nice, currently it is only at Cryptopia, but perhaps in 2016 more will follow.
Price, around 300.000.000 SLOTH = 0.01 BTC
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January 14, 2016, 07:37:26 AM
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That would be nice, currently it is only at Cryptopia, but perhaps in 2016 more will follow.
Price, around 300.000.000 SLOTH = 0.01 BTC

Price could be better...

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January 23, 2016, 12:46:10 PM
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Still going Sloth!

After block 300K version 1.3.1 build 3 slowly moved in.
There seems to be only one peer online 24/7 with port 5107 open. And sometimes a second one joins in. One permanent peer disappeared, it stayed on the previous version and then got turned off.

It would help if users opened port 5107 in their modem/router whenever they have their wallet online. This would make a stronger Slothcoin network. UPNP does not seem to do the trick, but I do not use that anyway.

Trading is at a low point, but still alive at Cryptopia. Allthough they seem to use the old graphics, do not know about the version. But the blockchain consensus on 1.3.1.3 so guess it works anyway. Same accounts for the Slothcoinpool at http://wmikrut.com/ blockchain seems to be ok. Solomining is still very well possible, even with a few MHashes per second. Every found block will get you 4321 SLOTH, until the year 2020. About 900.000 blocks from now.

Multifaucet has done a nice support job. Switching to the latest version, including the right website data and new graphics. Also the blockchain explorer works great. Somebody seems to have 14 billion SLOTH by the way... http://www.multifaucet.tk/index.php?blockexplorer=SLOTH

So a big thank you to Multifaucet dot TK! Hope the others still will update their data.

There are ideas for future developement, but they are still very rough edged, but a mobile wallet would be a nice thing.

Keep on Slothing!  Cool

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January 24, 2016, 11:45:13 AM
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Let's vote SLOTH into SafeCex exchange! Grin

https://safecex.com/coin/add?q=SLOTH

This would make instant exchanges possible between any other coin listed at SafeCex (what's in a name right?)

Tried the instant exchange, with different coins off course, and it worked within 10 minutes. So, let's get our beloved Slothcoin there too! But take your time, do it the Sloth way.  Cool

Keep on Slothin' in the chill world!

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January 25, 2016, 09:02:55 AM
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Slothcoin, Proof Of Burn

Allthough it might be a good idea to do so, this is about a little modding I did in Minetest.  Wink
But could it be really done, using Slothcoin in Minetest?
Any suggestions?

http://slick.cf/news/slothcoin-proof-of-burn/

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January 29, 2016, 09:14:57 AM
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While testing some other algo's, maybe for future dev of our beloved Sloth, I had some scanned at Virus Total. And off course I tried my own Linux compile of Slothcoin, again. Quelle une suprise? It was, is and shall be clean!  Cool

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SHA256:   e148868e797795f4574808e419cde5e793df17f7b0b89b147019a525166ef98a
File name:   Slothcoin-Qt
Detection ratio:   0 / 53
Analysis date:   2016-01-29 08:30:16 UTC ( 1 minute ago )

https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/e148868e797795f4574808e419cde5e793df17f7b0b89b147019a525166ef98a/analysis/1454056216/

So, what is your reason to still get stuck in Windho$e X?  Cheesy (For future releases I'm considering the use of Gitian btw)

The Slothcoin pool, at  http://wmikrut.com/ , has been updated to version 1.3.1 build 3, so if the diff is too high for you to solomine, give UNOMP pool a shot. There are enough SLOTH, 4321, to share every time a block has been found.

Also UNOMP has blockchains for you to download, allthough a fresh install of Slothcoin also will get updated very fast. As the support for Slothcoin has been growing again lately.

More news? Go to the Website: www.slick.cf

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Stopping in for a quick slothful hello Grin
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March 04, 2016, 10:07:16 PM
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Stopping in for a quick slothful hello Grin

To be properly slothful I should wait longer.  But Hello!

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Stopping in for a quick slothful hello Grin
Hello  Cheesy

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Something going on here or dead?
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April 11, 2016, 11:20:33 PM
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Something going on here or dead?

Might be dead or just sloth like very very very slow

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April 26, 2016, 11:35:01 AM
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Currently Sloth can still be mined with low profile hardware, about 5 MH/s will even do.
It is moving the way it is though: Sloth.

If it continues to 'live' depends on peers 'feeding' the network, so to speak.

Time will tell.

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April 26, 2016, 03:18:43 PM
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Allright then, pulled the little Sloth out off the difficulty lock.

Now it is time for you to mine some the easy way!
Diff 0.15 that isn't too hard now is it?

Go get your 4321 SLOTH per found block now!  Cool

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April 30, 2016, 04:49:51 AM
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May 01, 2016, 07:08:49 AM
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derp don't see any here
https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/BlockExplorer?coin=SLOTH

but the network has hash
(also cryptopia add nodes have been glitchy somewhat in April .. LTC was ready 0 nodes for a while)

might be about to attach via "http://wmikrut.com/"

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May 05, 2016, 07:49:17 AM
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Sorry to see multifaucet removed Sloth.

There are still nodes available, seems our Sloth does have a hard time though.
Mining Slothcoin still rewards 4321 SLOTH per block, currently at Difficulty of 1.
As long as some do mine now and then, it will move Slothly forward.

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May 06, 2016, 04:41:05 AM
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Diff is so low CPU mining works pretty well.

open console type
setgenerate true n  Where n is the number of cores you want to use. I tend to use 1/2. 1 one a dual core or 4 on my 8 core.

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Any alive nodes  Huh

2 nodes currently showing on https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/BlockExplorer?coin=SLOTH

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Diff is so low CPU mining works pretty well.

open console type
setgenerate true n  Where n is the number of cores you want to use. I tend to use 1/2. 1 one a dual core or 4 on my 8 core.

And it is nice to be able to mine for a while and even get some of those 4321 SLOTH.  Cool

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And it helps to open port 5107 in firewall/router.

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One coin to really take it Sloth? Well, there can only be one: Slothcoin. Grin

Mining with eazzze getting those 4321 SLOTH a block in a breezzze. Cheesy

Don't want to get the wallet? Mining at a pool can be done too @ UNOMP Pool

And while some time ago you could trade SLOTH with LTC at 1 Satoshi... Well, just have a look at Cryptopia at the current exchange rate. And als SLOTH can be exchanged at other markets there, like DOT, DOGE, FTC and UNO.

Keep it Sloth!  Cool

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For the love of Sloth.  Cheesy

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SLOTH now available on cryptoguru.tk
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SLOTH now available on cryptoguru.tk
http://cryptoguru.tk/index.php?Currency=SLOTH

Thanks that's great!  Cool

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there are a few mil sloth at https://crypto-trade.net    Grin

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Hey there you lover of da Sloth!

At moment of posting the Slothcoin blockchain, v1.3.1 build 3, is at block 529358. And solo-mining still gives you a whoopin' 4321 SLOTH a block. Yes, solo-mining, sometimes even by CPU with the build in miner.

Just here again shortly to let you know it is still going SLOTH all the way.  Cool

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February 22, 2017, 11:22:58 AM
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Slothcoin pulled out off high diff again.
So even CPU solo mining could do the trick. Cool

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Today I noticed a real classic version 1.2.1 of Slothcoin in the network. Better update that one before it is too late.  Wink

The latest version of Slothcoin, v1.3.1b3, can be downloaded here:
http://slick.cf/coin/sloth/download/

Keep the wallet and the .conf file if you do, of course, but it might be needed to delete the old blockchain files and then let it get up to date again. Will take a while, but enough peers in the network to make it update fast.

Sloth all the way!

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June 14, 2017, 04:07:28 PM
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Hi dear fellow Slothy.

It has been a while and much has happened since all peers moved on to Slothcoin version 1.3.1.3. There have been quite a few challenges to keep our little Sloth going. But so far the Slothies {like Trekkies for Star Trek fans} community managed to keep the original creation of Dev Thimo going. The community went on with version 1.3.1.3 and it all seemed to go well.

Slothcoin has a faucet/blockexplorer at Cryptoguru: http://cryptoguru.tk/Faucet/index.php?Currency=SLOTH and recently SLOTH got added to another exchange called TradeSatoshi: https://tradesatoshi.com/Exchange?market=SLOTH_BTC And it was already present at Cryptopia: https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Exchange/?market=SLOTH_LTC

574997, that is the block Slothcoin is currently at. It has come a long way since the 300K fork.

Unfortunately Slothcoin lost its two perminent nodes recently. So, some of the community have stepped up to keep the Sloth going. Also there were some issues with what could be seen as Blockchain split attacks. The Slothies managed to counter also.

But, we are now getting at a crossroad. Move on like this, do a hardfork, or... Swap to a different blockchain? This way current SLOTH owners will be offered a conversion to an Asset on another blokchain. Probably at Bitshares as a User Issued Asset.

About this subject I have written a post at the Social Media Platform Steem (blockchain blogging): https://steemit.com/slothcoin/@oaldamster/how-to-save-a-sloth Your feedback is welcome there.

This is to inform you, fellow Slothy, that things are still moving, true to the nature of our beloved creature: the Sloth.

Have a great one!

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Hi Slothy fans,

Currently Slothcoin is hot, even though it seems the network lost the two permanent nodes. It looks like the idea of doing a Swap to a Bitshares User Issued Asset realy was received well.

At the moment of writing Slothcoin has 365 MH in solo mining power going.

Yet, we need nodes that are able to support the Slothcoin network 24/7 as long as possible. Publishing the IP and port here would be a great help. Or at Steem where the latest news is posted:

https://steemit.com/slothcoin/@oaldamster/slotcoin-being-mined-hard-at-365-mega-hashes

If there are still full nodes 24/7 for Slothcoin operational that were hardcoded, please reply here to alert me or at Steem.

A big thank you to the Slothie community. It seems that good things do take time, the Sloth way...  Wink




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imho slothcoin should NEVER become a token or coinswap ever unless you are trying to destroy it completely Sad

you may not be aware of this but on Cryptopia they have a policy that coins that is hard fork or has coinswap gets delisted, and there are NO bitshares/steem tokens or clonecoins on Cryptopia or Tradesatoshi, so even if someone were to pay to relist it, highly unlike that sloth as a bts or a steem token or clones of them would be able to added there.  So lets not lose the only markets on what has a been a good place for slothcoin, by making a it a coinswap to a token that will never see the light of day on any exchange.

and sloth keep it strengths of being decentralized and a PoW coin with its own blockchain means even if mining stops, it can still be resumed by anyone later with just a cpu or gpu.  
This is not possible if it becomes a token on a centralized distributed network like BTS or STEEM or staking only coin. also you might say hey bts has openledger decentralized exchange, but it is dead platform, hardly anyone uses them, and its too complicated for newbies, so thats no good for sloth.  

if you really need a reason to create a token, then make it a giveaway for slothcoin holders with its own name (slothies,slothshares ?). but leave the slothcoin we have alone and allow others to be able discover it and learn mining with it now and years from now.





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anyone have problems depositing to cryptopia. I sent 2 deposits over there and they never hit my account. I contacted them but they said since there is no block explorer they can't find the transaction.

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imho slothcoin should NEVER become a token or coinswap ever unless you are trying to destroy it completely Sad

you may not be aware of this but on Cryptopia they have a policy that coins that is hard fork or has coinswap gets delisted, and there are NO bitshares/steem tokens or clonecoins on Cryptopia or Tradesatoshi, so even if someone were to pay to relist it, highly unlike that sloth as a bts or a steem token or clones of them would be able to added there.  So lets not lose the only markets on what has a been a good place for slothcoin, by making a it a coinswap to a token that will never see the light of day on any exchange.

and sloth keep it strengths of being decentralized and a PoW coin with its own blockchain means even if mining stops, it can still be resumed by anyone later with just a cpu or gpu.  
This is not possible if it becomes a token on a centralized distributed network like BTS or STEEM or staking only coin. also you might say hey bts has openledger decentralized exchange, but it is dead platform, hardly anyone uses them, and its too complicated for newbies, so thats no good for sloth.  

if you really need a reason to create a token, then make it a giveaway for slothcoin holders with its own name (slothies,slothshares ?). but leave the slothcoin we have alone and allow others to be able discover it and learn mining with it now and years from now.


Okay you make a very strong point @digit, thank you for your feedback, I do appreciate it. And it is after all a community effort.

The reason was that the Slothcoin blockchain seemed to have come to an end, but apparantly all the extra attention, at Steem for instance, seemed to get new attention for the little Sloth. And there are enough nodes that keep ik going and reachable for others.

If there is any good argument against it, like you have given, than we leave it to be.

Although I think Bitshares is a good platform, just like Steem and I disagree with you about it being centralized, but that is not really the issue here. Most important is that the Slothcoin community agrees on what is best to do.

The only reason for a token would have been that the blockchain of Slothcoin was about to come to a stop.

As long as it moves on like this it is okay and you are right, it can always be restarted...

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anyone have problems depositing to cryptopia. I sent 2 deposits over there and they never hit my account. I contacted them but they said since there is no block explorer they can't find the transaction.

You are using wallet version 1.3.1b3 I pressume?
Then it should be alright if you got the right deposit address.

My experience though is that it takes quite a while before you see it on your balance at Cryptopia.

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Dear Slothcoin community,

Since block 300K Slothcoin v1.3.1b3 has been moving forward quite steady, like a Sloth does. Unfortunately the permanent nodes disappeared at some point. Also there did not seem to be peers that had TCP port 5107 open and it looked like the Slothcoin network was about to go down. That after some attacks with older Slothcoin versions that tried to enforce a blockchain split.The past few months have been a rough ride for the little Sloth that could. And together with some other Slothies (Like Star Trek fans are: Trekkies.) we managed to pull it several times out off high diff. Plus making sure version 1.3.1.b3 stayed the longest chain.

Because of the possible p2p network down for good, therefore ending Slothcoin, until it would get restarted again (a possible scenario), the idea came to create a blockchain swap for Slothcoin. All with the idea to safe Slothcoin, by moving it to Bitshares for example. With a swap of 1000:1. Bitshares has its own decentralized exchange where Slothcoin would be traded against all the other cryptos there. Also it would have its own mobile (bitshares) multi-wallet and point of sales. This looked like a possible solution for Slothcoin to be able to move on and even get more value plus better and broader use.

A recent reply by @digit about that swap idea put a different light on it. Now from my point of view blockchain technologies like Bitshares, Steem, and soon to be EOS, are far superior to any other. And if Slothcoin could not make it on its own, it could be moved to a better system. And it would get its own use in a multiwallet with a point of sales to support it. That was the idea, the suggestion.

Thanks to the reply I have become aware of how I actually have moved on. Away from Bitcoin like cryptos, energy burning POW mining and centralized exchanges. Since I became active at Steem, traded at Bitshares and started to see the huge potential that EOS is going to bring, that is what I see as the crypto future.

The reason that I put a lot of time, effort and energy in keeping Slothcoin going was because I had a click with it, like a few others I know also do. And I wanted it to go on, just like some other Slothie fans.

But now things were put in perspective for me, that was the final push I needed. The community I moved forward to into the crypto future is at Steem, Bitshares and is soon to be extended to EOS.

That is where I am going to put my time, effort and energy in. Also because the community at Steem is very supportive, in so many ways. (And I get payed quite well for posting, that is a nice bonus...)

Slothcoin future?
It was, is and will be in the hands of the Slothies, the Slothcoin community. Version 1.3.1b3 set the POW block mining rewards in a way that it could be mined until 2021. If I remember the math correctly. Rewards of 4321 SLOTH can be given until block 1229584 and the current block count is not even at 600K right now. So, still a lot of SLOTH to get. Roughly calculated that means there is still about 3 billion SLOTH to mine.

If Slothcoin moves on depends on peers having TCP port 5107 open or even better two or more permanent nodes available. But even if it comes to a temporary halt, it can always be restarted, brought back to life from a long sleep. (That accounts for any coin that apparantly has stopped over time.)

As long as possible I will keep the website home of Slothcoin, slick dot cf, going. The sourcecode is still at Github and can always be forked. Some Slothies and I, active at Steem, will do our best to keep an eye out for the little cute one. And will try to help it get out off high diff, if possible.

But I will stop with taking any kind of innitiative here or elsewhere anymore, concerning Slothcoin. Time for some new fresh innitiatives from others. For me Slothcoin was, is and will be a community effort.

Thanks for all the support and all the best to you and those dear to you.

With kind regards,

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imho slothcoin should NEVER become a token or coinswap ever unless you are trying to destroy it completely Sad

This is just your opinion, it does not necessarily had to be true.... also I think it could be complete the opposite

you may not be aware of this but on Cryptopia they have a policy that coins that is hard fork or has coinswap gets delisted, and there are NO bitshares/steem tokens or clonecoins on Cryptopia or Tradesatoshi, so even if someone were to pay to relist it, highly unlike that sloth as a bts or a steem token or clones of them would be able to added there.  So lets not lose the only markets on what has a been a good place for slothcoin, by making a it a coinswap to a token that will never see the light of day on any exchange.

Cryptopia, tradesatoshi?Huh Well as far as I know there is almost not movement at all in any of this markets if you look in the slothcoin part... Are you joking??? I am one of the old supporters of Slothcoin and also was helping oldambtster a bit with all his plan to change the Slothie to another blockchain.

and sloth keep it strengths of being decentralized and a PoW coin with its own blockchain means even if mining stops, it can still be resumed by anyone later with just a cpu or gpu.  
This is not possible if it becomes a token on a centralized distributed network like BTS or STEEM or staking only coin. also you might say hey bts has openledger decentralized exchange, but it is dead platform, hardly anyone uses them, and its too complicated for newbies, so thats no good for sloth.

I can see you do not like Steem or BTS... well, like for your first sentence, it is just your opinion that, as far as I know, is based on completely wrong points like the centralized network and Openledger been a dead market... it moves much more than Cryptopia... and is better know also.

if you really need a reason to create a token, then make it a giveaway for slothcoin holders with its own name (slothies,slothshares ?). but leave the slothcoin we have alone and allow others to be able discover it and learn mining with it now and years from now.

And here you are been very disrespectful with the person who had take care of the Slothcoin since a long time... "but leave the slothcoin we have alone"? really? The "legendary" symbol you have by your name does not give any right to say thing like that without even consider or the effort and work oldambtster had done all this time for SlothCoin. As far as I can see you wrote just 3 times in this thread, and the 3rd one was this one... and not for help and be constructive but for complain about coins and markets that you do not like and to disregard the time and work of other people... Sadly english is not my mother language and I really can not say everything I am thinking now but I think you can get the idea with my lines... You can express your opinion but do not try to be a "boss" here please

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And if there is a market full of shitty and clone coins is Cryptopia!!! They start with the Kim Dot Coin and the change it to Dot after when they made the market... I know about Cryptopia since the beginning and I am sorry to say but has always be a dead sea... with a lot of dead fishes inside... Just to be clear here!

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Why is nobody trying to get the SLOTH on other exchanges, for instance bittrex.
Or if it is possible a chinese exchange like yobtc.com.
I see a little growing of more interest in the SLOTH.
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Thanks for your support here @jmsr1978 and your help to keep Slothcoin going.
We will still pull it out off high diff and so on, if and when needed.

Thanks man, I do appreciate it!

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Why is nobody trying to get the SLOTH on other exchanges, for instance bittrex.
Or if it is possible a chinese exchange like yobtc.com.
I see a little growing of more interest in the SLOTH.

There is more interest in Slothcoin indeed.
We, @jmsr1978 and I, have been promoting it quite a bit the past few months.

Maybe somebody will pick this up and help Slothcoin get to other exchanges.

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I made this 3 years ago...  Smiley

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UQiRDZrFMqA

I should update some of the info inside and make a new version for to share in the Social Networks....  need to look if I still have the project  Huh

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I made this 3 years ago...  Smiley

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UQiRDZrFMqA

I should update some of the info inside and make a new version for to share in the Social Networks....  need to look if I still have the project  Huh

Great promo, updated version would be awesome!  Cool

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I made this 3 years ago...  Smiley

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UQiRDZrFMqA

I should update some of the info inside and make a new version for to share in the Social Networks....  need to look if I still have the project  Huh

Great promo, updated version would be awesome!  Cool

I will save some time for sure to do it Grin

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it will be nice to make some steps to raise value of this coin, maybe develop masternode system, like ~12 500 000 [576 (blocks/day) x 4321 (block reward) x 5 (days mining)] sloth for 1 masternode.
So everybody can hop in, this will help the price and attention.
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I made this 3 years ago...  Smiley

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UQiRDZrFMqA

I should update some of the info inside and make a new version for to share in the Social Networks....  need to look if I still have the project  Huh

Great promo, updated version would be awesome!  Cool

I will save some time for sure to do it Grin
Does not have to be 'dali, dali'.  Grin

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it will be nice to make some steps to raise value of this coin, maybe develop masternode system, like ~12 500 000 [576 (blocks/day) x 4321 (block reward) x 5 (days mining)] sloth for 1 masternode.
So everybody can hop in, this will help the price and attention.

Maybe somebody would like to pick up on this idea?

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it will be nice to make some steps to raise value of this coin, maybe develop masternode system, like ~12 500 000 [576 (blocks/day) x 4321 (block reward) x 5 (days mining)] sloth for 1 masternode.
So everybody can hop in, this will help the price and attention.

Maybe somebody would like to pick up on this idea?
any news dev
i think it also a good idea to have masternode with percentage or same in rewards in pow
instead of buying rigs to mine some will just buy sloth and make masternode


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power on my computer went out. I'm trying to sync, it says out of sync last block was 598194 on fri. it's been stuck at that number for a couple hours. could someone tell me what the current top block is, at least I'll know how far behind I am and maybe list some nodes. I'm connected to 7 peers right now. thanks

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July 31, 2017, 01:42:18 AM
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power on my computer went out. I'm trying to sync, it says out of sync last block was 598194 on fri. it's been stuck at that number for a couple hours. could someone tell me what the current top block is, at least I'll know how far behind I am and maybe list some nodes. I'm connected to 7 peers right now. thanks

Current Number of Blocks: 598278
Last Block Time: Mon 31. Jul 01:35:41 2017

01:34:33 getpeerinfo
01:34:33 [
{
"addr" : "31.28.12.26:5107",
"version" : 70001,
"subver" : "/Sloth Coin:1.3.1.3/",
"syncnode" : true
}
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July 31, 2017, 05:16:52 AM
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power on my computer went out. I'm trying to sync, it says out of sync last block was 598194 on fri. it's been stuck at that number for a couple hours. could someone tell me what the current top block is, at least I'll know how far behind I am and maybe list some nodes. I'm connected to 7 peers right now. thanks

Current Number of Blocks: 598278
Last Block Time: Mon 31. Jul 01:35:41 2017

01:34:33 getpeerinfo
01:34:33 [
{
"addr" : "31.28.12.26:5107",
"version" : 70001,
"subver" : "/Sloth Coin:1.3.1.3/",
"syncnode" : true
}
]

thanks I finally got is synced up.

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July 31, 2017, 11:33:21 AM
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Stumbled across Sloth a few days ago. Wallet is syncing at speed of sloth, 2 peers currently.  I will consider running a permanent node If i ever manage to get the whole block chain down.

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July 31, 2017, 03:11:16 PM
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I uploaded a new bootstrap.dat for SLOTH, might be useful for some if the network is too slow, mining seems to have increased and chain is moving, as another 20 blocks had flown past by the time i had finished uploading this.  Cheesy

and so lite, only 224MB unpacked for 3 years of Slothchain history
 
Blockheight: 598592 Date: Mon 31. Jul 14:02:24 2017

SLOTH_Bootstrap_2017-07-31_598592.7z   127.8 MB
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August 05, 2017, 01:20:23 PM
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Can't sync the wallet, any nodes?
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August 09, 2017, 01:04:16 AM
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no blocks since 8/4? is this right? what is going on?

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August 09, 2017, 09:40:44 AM
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no blocks since 8/4? is this right? what is going on?

Current Number of Blocks: 600722
Last Block Time: Wed 9. Aug 09:39:13 2017

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August 09, 2017, 01:59:37 PM
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well block 600693 was a bitch, found at 5:09 am diff was 956820! wtf that's why it took forever to find.
we are rolling back to normal now.

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August 30, 2017, 11:46:17 AM
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Hi Guys,

Just my thoughts.

Love this coin. Been mining it years, and for long periods of time where i was one of only 2-3 mining it.
Sometimes a would just leave my wallet open (paying for UK elec - very expensive) just to keep a connection going, since the other 1-2 kept disappearing.

Love the algo.
Would hate to see it change.
Hate token platforms, and have nothing to do with them.
Hate all the pump / dump and scams on bitcointalk at the mo, absolutely not interested in any form of coin swap...all the ones i have seen burst in flames then died.
Would love to keep this going in its original form as long as possible....please.
If not, let it die a dignified death, after all, old age comes to us all.

So long as we keep the trade up, Cryptopia should not delist.
Also need to keep this coin solo. 1 whale could kill it on a pool, but if there are enough of us solo mining it should stay safe.
To me this coin is and always has been a slow burner...truly living up to its name Smiley

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September 01, 2017, 07:57:03 PM
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http://mineblocks.co.uk/

Configure Your Miners

stratum+tcp://stratum.mineblocks.co.uk:3005 -u YOUR WALLET -p x

ports vardriff

Port: 3005 & 3006

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October 03, 2017, 07:33:39 AM
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Hello. I have gtx 2x1070, how can i mine?which pool,miner?
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October 04, 2017, 12:45:54 AM
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http://mineblocks.co.uk/

Configure Your Miners

stratum+tcp://stratum.mineblocks.co.uk:3005 -u YOUR WALLET -p x

ports vardriff

Port: 3005 & 3006

Happy Mining

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October 04, 2017, 11:38:12 PM
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just solo, it is easy enough to get blocks. shoot I get blocks on a 1060 that is mining eth at the same time.

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November 16, 2017, 05:30:02 PM
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Wallet:    1030103
Connections:    2
Blocks:    645656
Last Block Time:    2017-11-10 20:28:17
                                5d. 21h. 0m. 50s. ago
 Huh
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November 17, 2017, 08:43:02 AM
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Wallet:    1030103
Connections:    2
Blocks:    645656
Last Block Time:    2017-11-10 20:28:17
                                5d. 21h. 0m. 50s. ago
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December 26, 2017, 04:58:41 AM
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Slothcoin have a great future and we need a pool.
Lets ask CoinMiners.Net to add Sloth.
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December 26, 2017, 05:24:14 AM
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POW mining until 2021 !
SHA-3 keccak encryption algorithm is good because it coldest algo for GPU
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December 26, 2017, 10:23:13 AM
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Cool Keep Calm and Always Use CoinMiners! SlothCoin has been added and ready in our pool!  Cool
You can use market wallet address for mining!

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