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Author Topic: [ANN][EGC] EverGreenCoin | Environmental Green Causes | Full 7% PoS | Foundation  (Read 281885 times)
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June 14, 2016, 01:38:38 PM
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Ok good iam on right way it started to mine, thanks.

I dont see any shares accepted, but my cards show right hash rate, and i can see blocks rolling
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June 14, 2016, 01:44:11 PM
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Ok good iam on right way it started to mine, thanks.

I dont see any shares accepted, but my cards show right hash rate, and i can see blocks rolling

When solo mining you will not see shares accepted. When you do see something accepted, it will be a block.

You are very welcome and happy solo'ing! Good luck!

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June 14, 2016, 01:46:05 PM
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Found a block Smiley
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June 14, 2016, 05:28:58 PM
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I am sure we all could use some good news this afternoon... EverGreenCoin will be added to Staisybit in the near future.

If you don't know, Staisybit is a cloud staking service website. Very similar to the now defunct coinwallet.io that had EverGreenCoin as one of its many coins, you can access the site, and therefor your wallet, with any web-enabled device. Mobile users will be able to send and receive EverGreenCoin much like they would with a mobile wallet built specifically for their device (android, iOS, ect.) and still earn interest from Proof of Stake on holdings. This service website can also be used by desktop/laptop users that wish to stake constantly but not leave their computer running constantly.

Please see Staisybit for more details of their services which soon will be available for the EverGreenCoin community.

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June 14, 2016, 06:55:40 PM
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I am sure we all could use some good news this afternoon... EverGreenCoin will be added to Staisybit in the near future.

If you don't know, Staisybit is a cloud staking service website. Very similar to the now defunct coinwallet.io that had EverGreenCoin as one of its many coins, you can access the site, and therefor your wallet, with any web-enabled device. Mobile users will be able to send and receive EverGreenCoin much like they would with a mobile wallet built specifically for their device (android, iOS, ect.) and still earn interest from Proof of Stake on holdings. This service website can also be used by desktop/laptop users that wish to stake constantly but not leave their computer running constantly.

Please see Staisybit for more details of their services which soon will be available for the EverGreenCoin community.
Great news! No doubt! I'll be watching for this. Thanks dev.
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June 15, 2016, 03:06:31 AM
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I am sure we all could use some good news this afternoon... EverGreenCoin will be added to Staisybit in the near future.

If you don't know, Staisybit is a cloud staking service website. Very similar to the now defunct coinwallet.io that had EverGreenCoin as one of its many coins, you can access the site, and therefor your wallet, with any web-enabled device. Mobile users will be able to send and receive EverGreenCoin much like they would with a mobile wallet built specifically for their device (android, iOS, ect.) and still earn interest from Proof of Stake on holdings. This service website can also be used by desktop/laptop users that wish to stake constantly but not leave their computer running constantly.

Please see Staisybit for more details of their services which soon will be available for the EverGreenCoin community.

well ...

staisybit have been around for a little bit - and in that time - have had their fair share of issues with ( and not limited to ) wallets - staking - access - functionality - and a few other things ...

ive watched this project from the beginning ... watched the pitfalls and the progress ...

one thing i can say about staisybit is this - they dont give up ...

a unique system - that will ALWAYS have teething issues - until they are stabilized ...

when dealing with staisybit - ALWAYS keep a copy of everything you do ... i have never seen the devs be anything less than helpful - even if the entire system would go down ...

we can rest assured that steven has done his research - he always does ...

we are working behind the scenes in big ways to make sure that the egc network ( and other coins we have ) run smooth - with the minimum down time we can get ...

much good news to be had yet ...

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June 15, 2016, 06:55:07 AM
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My wallet had no connections. Now I'm trying to synchronize it again but i have only 1 connection! What happened?

HexxCoin pool: https://hexx.acc-pool.pw/ Zoin pool: https://zoi.acc-pool.pw/
If need a pool public or private PM me.
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June 15, 2016, 08:58:33 AM
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0 work nodes?  Sad

http://aikapool.com - pool for a good mining!
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June 15, 2016, 09:34:29 AM
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0 work nodes?  Sad


Should be fine.

Nethash is 82 MH/s

You at block 483263 / 9c325251d2950904fef4209b9162040b571ecb46ca5f9255eaeaaa9e58fd8212 ?

(i had some problems 24h ago. I removed the peers.dat and restarted wallet. After a while it selfcorrected.)

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June 15, 2016, 09:59:39 AM
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0 work nodes?  Sad

My wallet had no connections. Now I'm trying to synchronize it again but i have only 1 connection! What happened?

I've got plenty of connections, although there are still a few people with older wallets (when I've looked previously the v1.1.2 number has usually been nearer 10 so I expect some of those are off/forked at the moment.
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     3 EverGreenCoin:1.0.0
      3 EverGreenCoin:1.1.2
     30 EverGreenCoin:1.2.1

Check you're on the right fork, This is what I've got and it matches the explorer.
Code:
evergreencoind getblockhash 483299
000000001b03e64612f955236399fddae1765eac3e23851548775d7d80635c42
(AikaPool looking at the pools dashboard it suggests someone has just solved 480455 so you appear to be a long way behind the rest of us).
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June 15, 2016, 10:33:17 AM
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People still on the old wallet?Huh

COMON!



Can they be blocked?

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June 15, 2016, 10:57:59 AM
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0 work nodes?  Sad


Should be fine.

Nethash is 82 MH/s

You at block 483263 / 9c325251d2950904fef4209b9162040b571ecb46ca5f9255eaeaaa9e58fd8212 ?

(i had some problems 24h ago. I removed the peers.dat and restarted wallet. After a while it selfcorrected.)
Had the same problem and fixed it the same way and it worked.

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June 15, 2016, 11:20:36 AM
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Where to take the list of working nodes for EverGreenCoin version 1.2.1?

http://aikapool.com - pool for a good mining!
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June 15, 2016, 11:46:23 AM
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Where to take the list of working nodes for EverGreenCoin version 1.2.1?

If you're running the 1.2.1 wallet (and if you're not why not?) it has the seednodes in the code, You shouldn't need to have any nodes in your config (if you do remove them and also the peers.dat)
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June 15, 2016, 12:20:47 PM
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Still no premine and no ICO?
Not SERIOUS here I can see.
Are they're any SERIOUS investors here like myself?
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June 15, 2016, 12:57:14 PM
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Still no premine and no ICO?
Not SERIOUS here I can see.
Are they're any SERIOUS investors here like myself?

It doesnt seem like you understand what this means?

Also, the foundations funding is specified on the frontpage. Read up on it.


(99%+ of premine/ico coins are SCAMS)


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June 15, 2016, 02:06:49 PM
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0 work nodes?  Sad

Your pool working but autopayments send not getting in to my wallet. My wallet synced and alright.

iam spainter please fix it ill continue solo until i recieve my coins from aikapool
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June 16, 2016, 01:24:46 AM
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I took some screenshots walking through verifying an EverGreenCoin wallet is on the correct blockchain and made a small instruction set. It should take you less than 15 minutes to conduct this test and I hope these instructions are found useful. I kindly ask you, please do find the time to do so if you haven't recently verified your blockchain by a similar method as outlined here or by entering the faucet.



These screenshots are taken from a Linux machine. You may see slight variations in your OS of choice, but the logic remains the same. First, take a look at your EverGreenCoin wallet. To conduct this test, we need both the "Statistics" button/tab and the "Block Explorer" button/tab within your EverGreenCoin wallet. You may not see these tabs initially.

To gain access to these two tabs we need, "Statistics" and "Block Explorer", we have a few options. We can drag and expand the window so it is wide enough, we can click the small green sliver at the extreme right of the toolbar, or we can just simply maximize the entire window.


"Statistics" and "Block Explorer"
not visible.

Toolbar expanded,
revealing the "Statistics" and "Block Explorer".

Window widened or maximized,
revealing the "Statistics" and "Block Explorer".


Now that we have access to the buttons/tabs we need, click on the "Statistics" button/tab so we can observe where this copy of the blockchain is at. This is measured in "Block Height".


We can see that this wallet is at Block Height 465738 at the time I took this screenshot and I will use that number for this example. Take note of that number you see besides the "Block Height" label. The number you see will be different, hopefully slightly higher. By what degree higher will be determined by what time you conduct this test in relation to what time I made the screenshot.


Now we take that noted number, the Block Height this wallet is at, over to the "Block Explorer" tab. Input the Block Height number into the box in the upper left. In this example I input the 465738 number I noted from the Statistics tab. After you have input the number you have noted, your block height, you have noted, click the "Jump to Block" button. Your wallet will output some information about the block. What we are interested in is the "Block Hash".

Leave your EverGreenCoin wallet open and as it is one the block explorer. Open a web browser of your choice and navigate to http://transactions.evergreencoin.org (http://158.69.205.238:3001/). This is the official EverGreenCoin Block Explorer. We are going to use this Block Explorer to compare the Block Hash your wallet has for that specific block number you noted. I will continue using the 465738 number for my example but, you want to use the number you noted from the Statistics tab.


Input the number you noted from the Statistics tab in the search text field. Then press the search button and wait for the results.


When the results are returned, look at the block hash the online block explorer returns. This is labeled "EGC block:" and will be directly below the search text field.

What we need to do is compare this long string of characters, the block hash, to that of which your wallet has and verify they are the same. You do not need to painstakingly compare the entire string. Only comparing the first 5 or 6 characters and the last 5 or 6 characters will suffice.

If the block hash the block explorer tells us is the same as the block hash your wallet tells us, congratulations you have just verified your EverGreenCoin wallet is on the correct blockchain. If the block hash does not match, take a moment to verify you did in fact compare the same block number (aka "Block Height"). In the unfortunate even you find you do have a different block hash for the same block number than what the online block explorer has returned, you are in a fork. Please close your EverGreenCoin wallet and do not open it until you are ready to resync to the correct chain. Leaving your wallet open when we have determined it is in a fork only helps the incorrect fork gain strength, so please promptly close it. Following the directions in this post will get you back on the correct blockchain. If you are not on version 1.2.1, please do so before you resync. Version 1.2.1 has measures in it that will help mitigate you from getting in a fork again and is in yours and the network's best interest. The entire EGC network thanks you for taking the time to do so.



In addition to the above test, you may wish to enter the official faucet. This is an easy and rewarding way to verify you are on the correct blockchain. I process payouts at both 12 AM and 12 PM eastern standard time. If you receive your payout, you are on the correct blockchain. Do not be alarmed if this does not happen precisely at 12 AM or 12 PM EST. Please allow me a small window as I do inspect the entries in the database before initiating the script that sends payments. Sometimes fictitious entries are made and I do not want to waste my own or the foundation's coins on people that wish to only exploit the faucet. I will increase the payout amount now also as a show of thanks for verifying you are on the correct blockchain but please, only enter once per round. The fictitious entries only slow down the payments and I will not pay any entry I can link to any fictitious entries. Fortunately this has not currently been as large of an issue as it has in the past.
 
Thank you all for taking the time, by ways of verifying block hashes I outlined here and/or by simply entering the faucet, to verify you are on the correct blockchain and not supporting a fork. The weaker forks become, the less likely they are to pull other people into it.

Quoting this because I am getting several PMs asking how to verify a copy of the blockchain is correct. There may be others still wondering. Following these quoted instructions to verify your copy of the blockchain.

I am continuing to work on the new code. Presently experimenting with 3 minute block target times. Please be patient as this will require much testing that takes a lot of time, even when hot-wiring things to happen faster. My aim is to have this thoroughly tested and wallets compiled and release this weekend, hopefully Friday. If I can stick to this timeline the hard fork will be programmed to occur shortly after, perhaps Sunday. All of this is tentative at this time and could change, but I did not want to leave you wondering on what the plan is.

The network looks solid as of now. Hopefully it stays that way and no forks occur before the new wallets are released. If you have a v1.2.1 EGC wallet that is on the correct chain, I ask you leave it run as often as you can so that version 1.2.1 wallets continue to have a strong majority. Thank you in advance for doing so.

In the mean time, you may wish to take advantage of the low difficulty and try solo mining. If you pool mined EGC, you should have no difficulty solo mining and I explained how to in this post.

Ccex, Bittrex, and Staisybit all have been informed and are on standby for the new wallet. Of course, I will contact Cryptopia and yobit also.

Thanks for all the continued patience and understanding EGC community.

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June 16, 2016, 08:02:43 AM
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Evergreencoin Hi,

New wallet ? but 1.2.1 wallet working just fine Smiley
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June 16, 2016, 08:15:08 AM
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Evergreencoin Hi,

New wallet ? but 1.2.1 wallet working just fine Smiley

its not working fine - when the community refuses to upgrade ...

it astounds me that a great deal of community members STILL havent upgraded to the latest wallet - which is what you mentioned - 1.2.1.0 ...

hence the reason for the work for this next release ... a hardfork for the time changes in PoS - and possibly PoW ... as well as a lockout of ALL wallets prior to the next release ... which means ALL community members and exchanges that have a daemon running NEED to upgrade - otherwise they will be on the wrong fork ...

we believe that part ( not the only ) of the issue with the regular forking - is the lack up upgrading - and the vulnerability this entails to the network when people DONT upgrade ...

so - with a hardfork and updated wallet - this is forced ... THEN we can work on the real issues that may be causing these forks to the network ... if this new wallet does what its supposed to do - it MAY fix the issue for good ... as we have yet to find the core issue - and with so many versions of wallets out there - its almost impossible to do unless EVERYONE is on the right wallet and right chain ...

tireless hours are being spent in the background on this - not just for those of you with wallet issues - but for us too ... so that we can move forward on the development of the projects we have ...

like i mentioned earlier - i am not so gentle or eloquent as steven when posting - but i hope the points im making are coming across ...

but as a community as whole - tanx for enduring the headaches with us though - as we continue to work on out the bugs and issues ...

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