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Author Topic: [ANN][PIVX] - PRIVATE INSTANT VERIFIED TRANSACTION - PROOF OF STAKE - ZEROCOIN  (Read 711193 times)
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March 21, 2017, 02:32:44 PM
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Looking at the wallet. It says "Staking is not active".
 
How do you activate it? Need simple detailed instructions please.
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March 21, 2017, 02:35:36 PM
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March 21, 2017, 03:13:21 PM
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How do you make staking active? Is there a setting for this?
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March 21, 2017, 03:22:33 PM
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How do you make staking active? Is there a setting for this?

not needed.

just unlock your wallet for "anon and staking only" (settings menu) if your wallet is encrypted.

after sync the first time you need to restart the wallet and you have to wait a bit until staking starts
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March 21, 2017, 03:36:33 PM
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How do you make staking active? Is there a setting for this?

Make you you have
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staking=1
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March 21, 2017, 03:39:26 PM
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How do you make staking active? Is there a setting for this?

On linux, at least, you have to add the following to the pivx.conf file: staking=1

But my computer crashes everyday (2 in a row) when staking. Then wallet gets corrupted and need to download the blockchain again. Are there any plans to solve this? I heard many people have this problem.
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March 21, 2017, 03:50:54 PM
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Ok thank you. I'll try it when I have time.
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March 21, 2017, 04:07:36 PM
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How do you make staking active? Is there a setting for this?

On linux, at least, you have to add the following to the pivx.conf file: staking=1

But my computer crashes everyday (2 in a row) when staking. Then wallet gets corrupted and need to download the blockchain again. Are there any plans to solve this? I heard many people have this problem.


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March 21, 2017, 04:13:29 PM
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How do you make staking active? Is there a setting for this?

On linux, at least, you have to add the following to the pivx.conf file: staking=1

But my computer crashes everyday (2 in a row) when staking. Then wallet gets corrupted and need to download the blockchain again. Are there any plans to solve this? I heard many people have this problem.


We are all focusing a lot of our attention on this issue.

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March 21, 2017, 04:33:49 PM
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How do you make staking active? Is there a setting for this?

On linux, at least, you have to add the following to the pivx.conf file: staking=1

But my computer crashes everyday (2 in a row) when staking. Then wallet gets corrupted and need to download the blockchain again. Are there any plans to solve this? I heard many people have this problem.


We are all focusing a lot of our attention on this issue.

Great! Wish i could help...
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March 21, 2017, 04:54:53 PM
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Hello guys, I'm new here, got introduced to PIVX by someone, can you guys help me a little ? I'm a bit confused as usually I buy cryptocurrency on coinbase, but I don't understand how to buy PIVX.. do you guys have some link to give me so I can dig into it ?
Thanks a lot
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March 21, 2017, 05:50:55 PM
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Hello guys, I'm new here, got introduced to PIVX by someone, can you guys help me a little ? I'm a bit confused as usually I buy cryptocurrency on coinbase, but I don't understand how to buy PIVX.. do you guys have some link to give me so I can dig into it ?
Thanks a lot

Hi, first of all i think you should read as much as you can about bitcoin/block chain technology. If you want to gamble directly you could send your btc to bittrex or cryptopia who trade btc/pivx (2nd and 3rd biggest altcoin exchanges).
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March 21, 2017, 06:35:47 PM
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Hello guys, I'm new here, got introduced to PIVX by someone, can you guys help me a little ? I'm a bit confused as usually I buy cryptocurrency on coinbase, but I don't understand how to buy PIVX.. do you guys have some link to give me so I can dig into it ?
Thanks a lot

Hi, first of all i think you should read as much as you can about bitcoin/block chain technology. If you want to gamble directly you could send your btc to bittrex or cryptopia who trade btc/pivx (2nd and 3rd biggest altcoin exchanges).

For any currency including PIVX you can visit its page and click on Markets tab at coinmarketcap.com site to have list of exchanges and their trading volume for that currency to have a good idea overall.
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March 21, 2017, 06:41:51 PM
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I don't understand how to buy PIVX.

Definitely read up and learn what you're getting yourself into, but if you want the TL;DR version....

This applies to pretty well any coin out there. Make an account with Bittrex or Cryptopia (or whatever exchange you like, but those are your best bests for PIVX). Find your BTC wallet address in whatever exchange you join. Send BTC to that address. Go to the BTC-PIVX market of your chosen exchange, and place a bid for X PIVX at Y price. If you don't care what you pay, you can make an immediate purchase at whatever the current asking price is. If you want to bid below the current asking price, your order will stay until it is filled--what you bid depends on what you think the price of PIVX is going to do going forward. Once purchased, your PIVX will be in your PIVX wallet at the exchange. If you want to sell again soon you can leave coins at the exchange, but you will not be able to stake them. Generally, you should withdraw your coins to your own PIVX wallet, which you'll have to download and install via the OP or PIVX website. Once the wallet is installed on your computer, withdraw your coins from your exchange wallet to the address of your own wallet. They should appear in seconds. Make sure to encrypt your wallet using a strong passphrase (under 'Settings'), and then unlock your wallet 'for staking etc. only'--this will allow your coins to stake, so long as you leave the wallet running. Note that some people are having occasional crashes with the most recent wallet, so be prepared for that or wait a little for the next release. The Devs are very efficient and usually fix these kinds of bugs quickly. (Note that a wallet crash doesn't mean your coins are lost; just that the wallet program acts up sometimes. It might be scary for a first-time user, but it's not usually a big deal.)

Good luck.
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March 21, 2017, 06:44:53 PM
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How many PIVX you need for MN?
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March 21, 2017, 06:46:30 PM
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I don't understand how to buy PIVX.

Definitely read up and learn what you're getting yourself into, but if you want the TL;DR version....

This applies to pretty well any coin out there. Make an account with Bittrex or Cryptopia (or whatever exchange you like, but those are your best bests for PIVX). Find your BTC wallet address in whatever exchange you join. Send BTC to that address. Go to the BTC-PIVX market of your chosen exchange, and place a bid for X PIVX at Y price. If you don't care what you pay, you can make an immediate purchase at whatever the current asking price is. If you want to bid below the current asking price, your order will stay until it is filled--what you bid depends on what you think the price of PIVX is going to do going forward. Once purchased, your PIVX will be in your PIVX wallet at the exchange. If you want to sell again soon you can leave coins at the exchange, but you will not be able to stake them. Generally, you should withdraw your coins to your own PIVX wallet, which you'll have to download and install via the OP or PIVX website. Once the wallet is installed on your computer, withdraw your coins from your exchange wallet to the address of your own wallet. They should appear in seconds. Make sure to encrypt your wallet using a strong passphrase (under 'Settings'), and then unlock your wallet 'for staking etc. only'--this will allow your coins to stake, so long as you leave the wallet running. Note that some people are having occasional crashes with the most recent wallet, so be prepared for that or wait a little for the next release. The Devs are very efficient and usually fix these kinds of bugs quickly. (Note that a wallet crash doesn't mean your coins are lost; just that the wallet program acts up sometimes. It might be scary for a first-time user, but it's not usually a big deal.)

Good luck.

Sorry if my question sounds stupid but as I am new and learning so I should ask. What exactly is staking?

Is it something like Dash masternode?
And what's its purpose?
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March 21, 2017, 06:49:26 PM
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Sorry if my question sounds stupid but as I am new and learning so I should ask. What exactly is staking?

Is it something like Dash masternode?
And what's its purpose?

Staking is an alternative to Proof of Work called Proof of Stake

How many PIVX you need for MN?

10,000

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March 21, 2017, 06:51:44 PM
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Can someone provide the link to the staking calculator/estimator? Much appreciated please.
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March 21, 2017, 07:00:02 PM
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Would 30 PIV ever get a stake payout? if so like how often. once a month or?
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March 21, 2017, 07:10:54 PM
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What exactly is staking?

A way to generate coins. In proof of work (PoW), new coins are generated by mining (literally, a reward for solving puzzles using a computer or ASIC). In proof of stake (PoS), coin holders are rewarded for holding their coins with a few new 'minted' coins. Think of it as sort of analogous (but not really!) to interest in a savings account. Staking simply means to hold coins in your wallet for the purpose of gaining these rewards.

PIVX was PoW during its first phase, and now uses a combination of masternodes and PoS to add a few extra coins to the supply. The number/block is determined by a formula listed in the OP and whitepapers. Every reward method has its pros and cons; by combining methods, PIVX aims for a happy medium.

And yes, something like DASH. But there are important differences--again, check out the whitepapers in the OP and on the website, or speak with the Devs on Slack.

Can someone provide the link to the staking calculator/estimator? Much appreciated please.

Staking estimator: http://178.254.23.111/~pub/DN/DN_masternode_payments_stats.html

MN Projections: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Dxze2uEbJQGTg1Qvh19lW-SiExrUIVYE7enK8_KEvd4/edit#gid=0

PIVX Dashboard: http://www.presstab.pw/phpexplorer/PIVX/index.php
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