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March 09, 2016, 01:05:29 AM
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The lock allows you to toggle the locked inputs, but be careful, if you choose to mess with the 10k that is alotted to a masternode, you will have to redo your setup to get it working again.
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March 09, 2016, 01:17:59 AM
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I'm getting error: could not allocate vin when starting remote masternodes.
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March 09, 2016, 01:33:10 AM
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I'm getting error: could not allocate vin when starting remote masternodes.

Is this a new Masternode??
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March 09, 2016, 01:36:28 AM
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Yes.
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March 09, 2016, 02:32:01 AM
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I'm getting error: could not allocate vin when starting remote masternodes.
Sorry you are having issues. Is this a local Masternode, or a remote Masternode? Are you following the instructions in the OP? If it is a remote Masternode which wallet are you using to start it, and what is the command you are using? Are you sure that you have a confirmed transaction of exactly 10000 DNET in your wallet, if it is a remote Masternode, the coins are in your local wallet, right? More information is needed to troubleshoot your problem. There are quite a few places things could go wrong in the setup procedure, and without all of the relevant info it won't be possible to remotely solve.

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March 09, 2016, 02:48:54 AM
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I'm getting error: could not allocate vin when starting remote masternodes.
Sorry you are having issues. Is this a local Masternode, or a remote Masternode? Are you following the instructions in the OP? If it is a remote Masternode which wallet are you using to start it, and what is the command you are using? Are you sure that you have a confirmed transaction of exactly 10000 DNET in your wallet, if it is a remote Masternode, the coins are in your local wallet, right? More information is needed to troubleshoot your problem. There are quite a few places things could go wrong in the setup procedure, and without all of the relevant info it won't be possible to remotely solve.

Followed, cut & pasted this https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1262920.msg14138827#msg14138827 for remote .conf and OP for local .confs.

Using local wallet to start 6 remote MNs. Transactions sent 6 x 10000. Command: masternode start-many.

Get the error message for 1st 5 MNs, 6th says successful. 

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March 09, 2016, 03:18:37 AM
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I'm getting error: could not allocate vin when starting remote masternodes.
Sorry you are having issues. Is this a local Masternode, or a remote Masternode? Are you following the instructions in the OP? If it is a remote Masternode which wallet are you using to start it, and what is the command you are using? Are you sure that you have a confirmed transaction of exactly 10000 DNET in your wallet, if it is a remote Masternode, the coins are in your local wallet, right? More information is needed to troubleshoot your problem. There are quite a few places things could go wrong in the setup procedure, and without all of the relevant info it won't be possible to remotely solve.

Followed, cut & pasted this https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1262920.msg14138827#msg14138827 for remote .conf and OP for local .confs.

Using local wallet to start 6 remote MNs. Transactions sent 6 x 10000. Command: masternode start-many.

Get the error message for 1st 5 MNs, 6th says successful. 

Thanks

I am going to look a bit deeper into this, but the first thing that comes to mind is, did you use coin control when sending the 6 transactions? It is possible that you sent 10k to the first address, and then when you sent 10k to the second address, since the initial 10k transaction wouldn't have been locked, it was combined with another input and used to send the second one, and so on down the line, until you sent the last one, which would be the only remaining full 10k input in your wallet. That would explain why only the last one started successfully. If you haven't already go to settings->options->wallet in your local wallet and enable coin control. Then, go to the sending page of the wallet and click on inputs. The screen that opens should show 6 10k inputs, if not, then that is what happened. I will try to figure out some other way you could be getting that error in the meantime, but I bet that is what happened.

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March 09, 2016, 05:07:17 AM
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update: 9th MN has been started successfully, might as well keep on going with VPS or local virtualization, we shall see...

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March 09, 2016, 08:12:28 AM
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update: 9th MN has been started successfully, might as well keep on going with VPS or local virtualization, we shall see...

If you do local virtualization how do u need to get more IPS off isp?
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March 09, 2016, 09:35:11 AM
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I'm getting error: could not allocate vin when starting remote masternodes.
Sorry you are having issues. Is this a local Masternode, or a remote Masternode? Are you following the instructions in the OP? If it is a remote Masternode which wallet are you using to start it, and what is the command you are using? Are you sure that you have a confirmed transaction of exactly 10000 DNET in your wallet, if it is a remote Masternode, the coins are in your local wallet, right? More information is needed to troubleshoot your problem. There are quite a few places things could go wrong in the setup procedure, and without all of the relevant info it won't be possible to remotely solve.

Followed, cut & pasted this https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1262920.msg14138827#msg14138827 for remote .conf and OP for local .confs.

Using local wallet to start 6 remote MNs. Transactions sent 6 x 10000. Command: masternode start-many.

Get the error message for 1st 5 MNs, 6th says successful. 

Thanks

I am going to look a bit deeper into this, but the first thing that comes to mind is, did you use coin control when sending the 6 transactions? It is possible that you sent 10k to the first address, and then when you sent 10k to the second address, since the initial 10k transaction wouldn't have been locked, it was combined with another input and used to send the second one, and so on down the line, until you sent the last one, which would be the only remaining full 10k input in your wallet. That would explain why only the last one started successfully. If you haven't already go to settings->options->wallet in your local wallet and enable coin control. Then, go to the sending page of the wallet and click on inputs. The screen that opens should show 6 10k inputs, if not, then that is what happened. I will try to figure out some other way you could be getting that error in the meantime, but I bet that is what happened.

Coin control wasn't enabled.  Inputs shows 6x locked 10k transactions.  Thanks a lot.
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March 09, 2016, 10:01:23 AM
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I'm getting error: could not allocate vin when starting remote masternodes.
Sorry you are having issues. Is this a local Masternode, or a remote Masternode? Are you following the instructions in the OP? If it is a remote Masternode which wallet are you using to start it, and what is the command you are using? Are you sure that you have a confirmed transaction of exactly 10000 DNET in your wallet, if it is a remote Masternode, the coins are in your local wallet, right? More information is needed to troubleshoot your problem. There are quite a few places things could go wrong in the setup procedure, and without all of the relevant info it won't be possible to remotely solve.

Followed, cut & pasted this https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1262920.msg14138827#msg14138827 for remote .conf and OP for local .confs.

Using local wallet to start 6 remote MNs. Transactions sent 6 x 10000. Command: masternode start-many.

Get the error message for 1st 5 MNs, 6th says successful. 

Thanks

I am going to look a bit deeper into this, but the first thing that comes to mind is, did you use coin control when sending the 6 transactions? It is possible that you sent 10k to the first address, and then when you sent 10k to the second address, since the initial 10k transaction wouldn't have been locked, it was combined with another input and used to send the second one, and so on down the line, until you sent the last one, which would be the only remaining full 10k input in your wallet. That would explain why only the last one started successfully. If you haven't already go to settings->options->wallet in your local wallet and enable coin control. Then, go to the sending page of the wallet and click on inputs. The screen that opens should show 6 10k inputs, if not, then that is what happened. I will try to figure out some other way you could be getting that error in the meantime, but I bet that is what happened.

Coin control wasn't enabled.  Inputs shows 6x locked 10k transactions.  Thanks a lot.

You tried masternode start-missing ? Check the vps which has masternode priv key on setup is correct. If it is showing a lock on it that from my understanding means it's working and won't allow you to send them as I had 10000 in a MN address but until I enabled vps it didn't lock the coins
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March 09, 2016, 10:02:56 AM
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If u have already used masternode start-many don't use it again everyone as I found out yesterday it resets the time and takes hours again to get a transaction
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March 09, 2016, 12:18:00 PM
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update: 9th MN has been started successfully, might as well keep on going with VPS or local virtualization, we shall see...

If you do local virtualization how do u need to get more IPS off isp?

very true, thanks Boris I aint getting more IP's so we are just will be going after VPS , goal is no less then 50 MN's and we stop at that point

let me see 50 x 500 (~ approx) DNET = 25,000 DNET a day , and nice part about it for y ll I aint selling and will be creating base demand

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March 09, 2016, 12:47:23 PM
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Why are there unqualified masternodes, mine apparently is also unqualified? There should seriously be more in-depth guide for masternodes and other related items, it is going to be a must in the future. The setup guide is okay but it is seriously lacking troubleshooting completely which is necessary for this to grow. Imo.
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I want to remind you about this proposal. Even if you don't like it, please vote 'no' to show number of atcive masternode owners. But i think DNET POW should be decreased to keep the coin attractive to new investors.

I am a miner and masternodes owner. I think constant supply during POW phase is bad for cryptocurrency. It leads to constant inflation and therefore fading of interest of investors.

My proposal for supply reduction during POW phase. It will decrease inflation, leaving enough coins for fair distribution. We will have total of 45 360 000 coins at the end of the POW phase instead of 64 800 000 coins (-19 440 000 coins).

Blocks 1 - 86 400 (56 days)
POW reward: 250 DNET
Total supply: 21 600 000

Blocks 86 401 - 172 800 (56 days)
POW reward: 175 DNET
Total supply: 36 720 000

Blocks 172 801 - 259 200 (56 days)
POW reward: 100 DNET
Total supply: 45 360 000

Blocks 259 200 +
POS

To vote in favor = "mnbudget vote eb800b00add41c506738592d8cc7de53c17bbfec4ca572b77c778632c57e2c3c yes"
To vote against = "mnbudget vote eb800b00add41c506738592d8cc7de53c17bbfec4ca572b77c778632c57e2c3c no"
(use 'vote-many' instead of 'vote' to vote using all your MN at once via controller wallet).
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March 09, 2016, 12:53:15 PM
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Why are there unqualified masternodes, mine apparently is also unqualified? There should seriously be more in-depth guide for masternodes and other related items, it is going to be a must in the future. The setup guide is okay but it is seriously lacking troubleshooting completely which is necessary for this to grow. Imo.

There are pelnty of masternode guides for other coins which you can find in google.

I want to remind you about this proposal. Even if you don't like it, please vote 'no' to show number of atcive masternode owners. But i think DNET POW should be decreased to keep the coin attractive to new investors.
I am a miner and masternodes owner. I think constant supply during POW phase is bad for cryptocurrency. It leads to constant inflation and therefore fading of interest of investors.

My proposal for supply reduction during POW phase. It will decrease inflation, leaving enough coins for fair distribution. We will have total of 45 360 000 coins at the end of the POW phase instead of 64 800 000 coins (-19 440 000 coins).

Blocks 1 - 86 400 (56 days)
POW reward: 250 DNET
Total supply: 21 600 000

Blocks 86 401 - 172 800 (56 days)
POW reward: 175 DNET
Total supply: 36 720 000

Blocks 172 801 - 259 200 (56 days)
POW reward: 100 DNET
Total supply: 45 360 000

Blocks 259 200 +
POS

To vote in favor = "mnbudget vote eb800b00add41c506738592d8cc7de53c17bbfec4ca572b77c778632c57e2c3c yes"
To vote against = "mnbudget vote eb800b00add41c506738592d8cc7de53c17bbfec4ca572b77c778632c57e2c3c no"
(use 'vote-many' instead of 'vote' to vote using all your MN at once via controller wallet).

What about masternode payouts?

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March 09, 2016, 12:55:22 PM
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What about masternode payouts?
Not changing, like in the firs post of ANN:
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PoW Rewards Breakdown: [0000002-0043200] 20% MNODE / 80% MINER
PoW Rewards Breakdown: [0043201-0259201] 20% MNODE / 70% MINER / 10% PROPOSALS
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March 09, 2016, 12:58:32 PM
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Why are there unqualified masternodes, mine apparently is also unqualified? There should seriously be more in-depth guide for masternodes and other related items, it is going to be a must in the future. The setup guide is okay but it is seriously lacking troubleshooting completely which is necessary for this to grow. Imo.

There are pelnty of masternode guides for other coins which you can find in google.


Yeah well, that's what you want to tell everyone that would be interested in this coin ''yeah go google other coins''?
Very helpful indeed.
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March 09, 2016, 01:20:06 PM
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Why are there unqualified masternodes, mine apparently is also unqualified? There should seriously be more in-depth guide for masternodes and other related items, it is going to be a must in the future. The setup guide is okay but it is seriously lacking troubleshooting completely which is necessary for this to grow. Imo.

There are pelnty of masternode guides for other coins which you can find in google.


Yeah well, that's what you want to tell everyone that would be interested in this coin ''yeah go google other coins''?
Very helpful indeed.

Look at my post a few back on how to do the vps for it. Dead straight forward that bit and good price off that website. The guide on first page is spot on for getting ure masternode address go send the 10000 and the priv key. The transaction ID I used the one off bittrex that was used to send to the wallet and then used masternode outputs to see if it was a 0 or a 1 I needed put at the end of it. I will do a set of instructions with it combined in bit
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March 09, 2016, 01:48:35 PM
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I want to remind you about this proposal. Even if you don't like it, please vote 'no' to show number of atcive masternode owners. But i think DNET POW should be decreased to keep the coin attractive to new investors.

I am a miner and masternodes owner. I think constant supply during POW phase is bad for cryptocurrency. It leads to constant inflation and therefore fading of interest of investors.

My proposal for supply reduction during POW phase. It will decrease inflation, leaving enough coins for fair distribution. We will have total of 45 360 000 coins at the end of the POW phase instead of 64 800 000 coins (-19 440 000 coins).

Blocks 1 - 86 400 (56 days)
POW reward: 250 DNET
Total supply: 21 600 000

Blocks 86 401 - 172 800 (56 days)
POW reward: 175 DNET
Total supply: 36 720 000

Blocks 172 801 - 259 200 (56 days)
POW reward: 100 DNET
Total supply: 45 360 000

Blocks 259 200 +
POS

To vote in favor = "mnbudget vote eb800b00add41c506738592d8cc7de53c17bbfec4ca572b77c778632c57e2c3c yes"
To vote against = "mnbudget vote eb800b00add41c506738592d8cc7de53c17bbfec4ca572b77c778632c57e2c3c no"
(use 'vote-many' instead of 'vote' to vote using all your MN at once via controller wallet).


Just setup my MN last night - Voted on this now.  Is there a list of proposals?



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