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Author Topic: [ANN][PIVX] - PRIVATE INSTANT VERIFIED TRANSACTION - PROOF OF STAKE - ZEROCOIN  (Read 741592 times)
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July 02, 2017, 06:56:31 PM
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Yobit wallet - technical work. Already day my coins are in the air. what to do? Support answers: update

Don't use Yobit.
They always answer "wallet needs update", even if there are no updates.
Don't expect support, don't use Yobit.
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July 02, 2017, 07:02:47 PM
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Yobit wallet - technical work. Already day my coins are in the air. what to do? Support answers: update

Don't use Yobit.
They always answer "wallet needs update", even if there are no updates.
Don't expect support, don't use Yobit.

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July 03, 2017, 04:28:56 AM
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Zerocash is much better and upgraded version of zerocoin and why does PIVX implement an older version of algorithm.

"Zerocash improves on an earlier protocol, Zerocoin, developed by some of the same authors, both in functionality (Zerocoin only hides a payment's origin, but not its destination or amount) and in efficiency (Zerocash transactions are less than 1KB and take less than 6ms to verify)."
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July 03, 2017, 04:50:44 AM
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Zerocash is much better and upgraded version of zerocoin and why does PIVX implement an older version of algorithm.

"Zerocash improves on an earlier protocol, Zerocoin, developed by some of the same authors, both in functionality (Zerocoin only hides a payment's origin, but not its destination or amount) and in efficiency (Zerocash transactions are less than 1KB and take less than 6ms to verify)."
Zerocash is not trustless, it realize on somebody keeping the network private. That person or persons can also create coins out of nowhere without anybody knowing any better.
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July 03, 2017, 07:20:13 AM
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Zerocash is much better and upgraded version of zerocoin and why does PIVX implement an older version of algorithm.

"Zerocash improves on an earlier protocol, Zerocoin, developed by some of the same authors, both in functionality (Zerocoin only hides a payment's origin, but not its destination or amount) and in efficiency (Zerocash transactions are less than 1KB and take less than 6ms to verify)."
Zerocash is not trustless, it realize on somebody keeping the network private. That person or persons can also create coins out of nowhere without anybody knowing any better.


Thanks for your response, could you please elaborate on this.
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July 03, 2017, 07:38:48 AM
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Dev's, I have read that PIVX broadcasts user ips and masternodes also retain a log of all users ip addresses. is this true ?
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July 03, 2017, 07:48:05 AM
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Dev's, I have read that PIVX broadcasts user ips and masternodes also retain a log of all users ip addresses. is this true ?
no

it is not true
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July 03, 2017, 08:49:20 AM
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Zerocash is much better and upgraded version of zerocoin and why does PIVX implement an older version of algorithm.

"Zerocash improves on an earlier protocol, Zerocoin, developed by some of the same authors, both in functionality (Zerocoin only hides a payment's origin, but not its destination or amount) and in efficiency (Zerocash transactions are less than 1KB and take less than 6ms to verify)."
Zerocash is not trustless, it realize on somebody keeping the network private. That person or persons can also create coins out of nowhere without anybody knowing any better.


Thanks for your response, could you please elaborate on this.

This is a good article that explains the difference between the two algorithms: https://zcoin.io/zcoin-and-zcash/
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July 03, 2017, 11:57:23 AM
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can someone explain to me the staking feature and minimum coins needed staking to catch reward in 1 day?

Here's a good calculator:  http://pivx.cryptonode.co/ - you can enter your current balance and down the bottom it tells you what returns you can expect from that amount.


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July 05, 2017, 09:24:00 AM
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My wallet is not sync anymore (25 hour(s) behind). Does somebody know what the problem can be? Got the newest wallet V2.2.1.
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July 05, 2017, 02:12:35 PM
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Welcome to all the new posters in this thread  Smiley

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July 05, 2017, 02:20:11 PM
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My wallet is not sync anymore (25 hour(s) behind). Does somebody know what the problem can be? Got the newest wallet V2.2.1.

hmm maybe your wallet forked. ty to restart and/or resync
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July 05, 2017, 02:23:00 PM
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My wallet is not sync anymore (25 hour(s) behind). Does somebody know what the problem can be? Got the newest wallet V2.2.1.

hmm maybe your wallet forked. ty to restart and/or resync


thanks for reply. I already have try that. but still same problem. also tried on other PC, problems still remains.
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July 05, 2017, 02:27:08 PM
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My wallet is not sync anymore (25 hour(s) behind). Does somebody know what the problem can be? Got the newest wallet V2.2.1.

hmm maybe your wallet forked. ty to restart and/or resync


thanks for reply. I already have try that. but still same problem. also tried on other PC, problems still remains.

whats the last block on your wallets?
there are some reports on off forum about block 709050

i guess its the old fork problem and i guess for you 2.

please delete the chain and try a resync from scratch

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also see this post on off forum:
https://forum.pivx.org/t/after-recovering-my-wallet-after-the-old-one-was-stoped-working-at-block-709050-all-my-stakings-are-missing/1373
https://forum.pivx.org/t/faq-for-wallet-issues/878
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July 05, 2017, 02:31:28 PM
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My wallet is not sync anymore (25 hour(s) behind). Does somebody know what the problem can be? Got the newest wallet V2.2.1.

hmm maybe your wallet forked. ty to restart and/or resync


thanks for reply. I already have try that. but still same problem. also tried on other PC, problems still remains.

whats the last block on your wallets?
there are some reporst on off forum about block 709050

The last processed block is indeed 70950, Can you give the link where I can find more information about it.
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July 05, 2017, 02:33:59 PM
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My wallet is not sync anymore (25 hour(s) behind). Does somebody know what the problem can be? Got the newest wallet V2.2.1.

hmm maybe your wallet forked. ty to restart and/or resync


thanks for reply. I already have try that. but still same problem. also tried on other PC, problems still remains.

whats the last block on your wallets?
there are some reporst on off forum about block 709050

The last processed block is indeed 70950, Can you give the link where I can find more information about it.

please see my edits above. try the second link to delete your chain and resync. i bet you will be good after that.
if not report back here and i can give you some node ip's on the right chain  

just in case here some nodes working fine for me:
addnode=coin-server.com
addnode=164.132.176.103
addnode=45.32.192.119
addnode=158.69.238.228
addnode=5.135.47.122
addnode=185.165.168.174
addnode=85.5.155.11
addnode=193.70.3.46
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July 05, 2017, 03:21:40 PM
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Pumping hard now! Lets go PIVX! given the current dash price we should take off to the stratissphere (get it?) as well.
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July 05, 2017, 03:47:33 PM
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Hello fellow pivians,

I hold 370 pivx for quiet some time and I am wondering, can i stake my pivx in any way for some pivx rewards? I am pretty newb about this so go easy on me. Grin

I stake with 400 coins and get about 3 blocks per month.

The staking calculator shows that I should get one block per month, but because not everyone is staking their PIVX and therefore with a lower difficulty you can find blocks more often Wink

It sounds more like mining the way you describe it. Is that really what staking involves, "getting blocks"? I thought it was more a mathematical (not chance) based reward system.
Can someone jump in here?

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July 05, 2017, 04:15:52 PM
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Hello fellow pivians,

I hold 370 pivx for quiet some time and I am wondering, can i stake my pivx in any way for some pivx rewards? I am pretty newb about this so go easy on me. Grin

I stake with 400 coins and get about 3 blocks per month.

The staking calculator shows that I should get one block per month, but because not everyone is staking their PIVX and therefore with a lower difficulty you can find blocks more often Wink

It sounds more like mining the way you describe it. Is that really what staking involves, "getting blocks"? I thought it was more a mathematical (not chance) based reward system.
Can someone jump in here?

afaik there is also some luck involved with staking. but i'm just a noder, maybe a stake pro can give a better answer  Wink
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July 05, 2017, 06:29:17 PM
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Hello fellow pivians,

I hold 370 pivx for quiet some time and I am wondering, can i stake my pivx in any way for some pivx rewards? I am pretty newb about this so go easy on me. Grin

I stake with 400 coins and get about 3 blocks per month.

The staking calculator shows that I should get one block per month, but because not everyone is staking their PIVX and therefore with a lower difficulty you can find blocks more often Wink

It sounds more like mining the way you describe it. Is that really what staking involves, "getting blocks"? I thought it was more a mathematical (not chance) based reward system.
Can someone jump in here?

afaik there is also some luck involved with staking. but i'm just a noder, maybe a stake pro can give a better answer  Wink

LOL, and for some reason, your "I'm just a noder" went through my head as "I'm a hip hop soldier". (LL Cool J! lol)
Anyway, I find it interesting how regular the payouts are (as long as I have a good connection). I won't crap on other coins, but another privacy stake coin I played with had so many false "stakes", most of them actually. A bit frustrating.

I'm curious to see how Pivx pans out. I know we all look at our coins in that way, quite often anyway, but PIVX is like a better Dash, in many many ways. More so than Litecoin is to Bitcoin. But speaking of which, BTC's price of 2590 vs. LTC's price of 50, is a 52:1 ratio (More psychological imo). Their market caps are 42.7 Bill vs 2.7 Bill respectively, a 16 to 1 ratio. (Yeah, different supplies, ages, float, etc. but a nice comparison for comparisons sake. Go further taking supply into account if you wish). Dash's price is 200 vs PIVX's 2.60, a 77:1 ratio (Big difference). But their market caps are 1.5 Billion to 140 Mill, respectively, which is a an 11:1 ratio (Much closer). 7.5 million vs 53 million supply though! (Dash being lower)

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BTC = Antifragile - "Some things benefit from shocks; they thrive and grow when exposed to volatility, randomness, disorder, and stressors and love adventure, risk, and uncertainty. Robust is not the opposite of fragile.
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