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Author Topic: [ANN][PIVX] - PRIVATE INSTANT VERIFIED TRANSACTION - PROOF OF STAKE - ZEROCOIN  (Read 731712 times)
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January 30, 2016, 10:53:49 PM
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will ask the pool Op about it
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January 30, 2016, 11:40:31 PM
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Windows 32/64 wallets will be available very shortly in one download.
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January 30, 2016, 11:45:06 PM
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No payouts from BTC Exchange Pool http://151.80.206.104

What's happening ?
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January 30, 2016, 11:54:37 PM
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I'm a bit suspicious. There's no block source, the log has no new lines but it's still using a lot of CPU for whatever reason.

Everything working fine now.

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January 30, 2016, 11:57:51 PM
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No payouts from BTC Exchange Pool http://151.80.206.104

What's happening ?

Hi
the pool is running a bit behind but its paying out as fast as it can


1) "DSzwUPN3GKKx2VJ2ZX5VkgJ9X4KGP1MdsH"
 2) "997.5"
 3) "DHV4dCoW3qGkYz3eThnzsJifjU1qvbEsQp"
 4) "20311.03580347000000117"
 5) "DEtD9Lt4YReDKAWEqLJmYzvNh49H4zrQds"
 6) "267.66076747"
 7) "DPVXFhx2yuP8PYVKoSQsvZjLaCi6ue41eR"
 Cool "9649.12984395000000148"
 9) "D92r25buSkcNwEFR2baMo9xbJTbFdQpion"
10) "483.03723297"
11) "D9LLGnSrX7jqrg2wGM3qATLcG2Qb6d8FTi"
12) "2905.06552785999999977"
13) "DSqqZ6YeQGDYJMuE2cfGGLiXP9zUgLCvbS"
14) "1492.51968716999999998"
15) "DM3wCeSuZxKmBp7EWXrwJiRW7j7SqvJ9hQ"
16) "952.16854708000000002"
17) "DSJ1y9cpUvN9hiBXnXyz6kVEVbSivGR9b5"
18) "3642.81328869999999998"
19) "DLptfY6dCroFoYCecFqMqkThxBTbDy3yAK"
20) "7362.17485790000000012"
21) "D8ZUkr1L1XACQTiJV2ie2cmhXyvr5adXT7"
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24) "383.06243058000000001"
25) "DRLvkBSZr2ock5ais5udnFE8v9XireYXvG"
26) "112.73262518"
27) "DGQyDUY9KJgzmqKEA5JzL6Q1ghFfPnEMUg"
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30) "71.21009991"


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January 31, 2016, 12:00:17 AM
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I'm a bit suspicious. There's no block source, the log has no new lines but it's still using a lot of CPU for whatever reason.

This coin is like a breath of fresh air.  Smiley

But you said this on the first page ^^^
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January 31, 2016, 12:07:21 AM
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I'm a bit suspicious. There's no block source, the log has no new lines but it's still using a lot of CPU for whatever reason.

This coin is like a breath of fresh air.  Smiley

But you said this on the first page ^^^

Heh, yeah it seemed like it but it doesn't work and it's doing something in the backgrdound while it shouldn't. Either a bug or something malicious.

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January 31, 2016, 12:10:39 AM
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I'm a bit suspicious. There's no block source, the log has no new lines but it's still using a lot of CPU for whatever reason.

This coin is like a breath of fresh air.  Smiley

But you said this on the first page ^^^

Heh, yeah it seemed like it but it doesn't work and it's doing something in the backgrdound while it shouldn't. Either a bug or something malicious.

Your right, 50% CPU usage on the client with it synced up, it even takes a very long time for the wallet to sync even though the blocks are correct in the information tab.
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January 31, 2016, 12:55:34 AM
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I'm a bit suspicious. There's no block source, the log has no new lines but it's still using a lot of CPU for whatever reason.

This coin is like a breath of fresh air.  Smiley

But you said this on the first page ^^^

Heh, yeah it seemed like it but it doesn't work and it's doing something in the backgrdound while it shouldn't. Either a bug or something malicious.

Your right, 50% CPU usage on the client with it synced up, it even takes a very long time for the wallet to sync even though the blocks are correct in the information tab.

Yeah, I noticed long load times for the masternode portion.

Virustotal and local scans came back clean, and I checked running processes to see if there was one I didn't recognize, but only in the regular Windows task manager, not a deeper-look 3rd party app.

Let us all know if you discover a rogue process.

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January 31, 2016, 12:57:05 AM
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ok, The wallet once synced up for the block chain is still communicating with the Masternodes. You will see other messages pop up and tell you what is happening. As more Masternodes come online things will work better.

There is nothing malicious anywhere. the source is available, please feel free to examine it yourself.
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January 31, 2016, 01:00:22 AM
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ok, The wallet once synced up for the block chain is still communicating with the Masternodes. You will see other messages pop up and tell you what is happening. As more Masternodes come online things will work better.

There is nothing malicious anywhere. the source is available, please feel free to examine it yourself.

I cant download both Windows and Linux wallet. Could you help me?
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January 31, 2016, 01:09:46 AM
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Try again, we put both Windows 32/64 bit wallets in 1 download, and the linux script to build your wallet works
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January 31, 2016, 01:15:45 AM
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Try again, we put both Windows 32/64 bit wallets in 1 download, and the linux script to build your wallet works


Worked smoothly, ty.
What Port and RpcPort should i add in the .conf?
Should i use my address as username for solo mining?


listen=1
server=1
daemon=1
rpcuser=xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
rpcpassword=password
rpcport=xxxx
port=yyyy
addnode=109.172.55.170
addnode=217.240.107.120
addnode=31.6.30.115

Sounds good?



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January 31, 2016, 01:16:34 AM
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Remember you can mine this coin for FREE.  No fees!

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January 31, 2016, 01:18:16 AM
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Remember you can mine this coin for FREE.  No fees!



i'll join you as soon as i understand how to sync :-) I tried addnode: but still no active connections.
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January 31, 2016, 01:18:58 AM
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Try again, we put both Windows 32/64 bit wallets in 1 download, and the linux script to build your wallet works


Worked smoothly, ty.
What Port and RpcPort should i add in the .conf?
Should i use my address as username for solo mining?


listen=1
server=1
daemon=1
rpcuser=xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
rpcpassword=password
rpcport=xxxx
port=yyyy
addnode=109.172.55.170
addnode=217.240.107.120
addnode=31.6.30.115

Sounds good?





port=51472
rpcport=51471

You can also include

addnode=coin-server.com:51472
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January 31, 2016, 01:30:13 AM
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Windows 32/64 wallets will be available very shortly in one download.

Windows 64 bit good work,dev..please share your DNET  : D6f9mwV3JSNrDtYYFGgANswAELtgUMKJpe
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January 31, 2016, 01:30:37 AM
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January 31, 2016, 01:43:37 AM
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Try again, we put both Windows 32/64 bit wallets in 1 download, and the linux script to build your wallet works


Worked smoothly, ty.
What Port and RpcPort should i add in the .conf?
Should i use my address as username for solo mining?


listen=1
server=1
daemon=1
rpcuser=xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
rpcpassword=password
rpcport=xxxx
port=yyyy
addnode=109.172.55.170
addnode=217.240.107.120
addnode=31.6.30.115


Sounds good?





You wont need anything but addnodes unless you are trying to solo mine..
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January 31, 2016, 01:48:44 AM
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i WTB some Dnet
pm me your offers.  


edit: goddamn that is one good looking wallet.

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