Bitcoin Forum
December 11, 2017, 02:37:58 AM *
News: Latest stable version of Bitcoin Core: 0.15.1  [Torrent].
 
   Home   Help Search Donate Login Register  
Pages: « 1 ... 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 [106] 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 ... 213 »
  Print  
Author Topic: [ANN][EGC] EverGreenCoin | Environmental Green Causes | Full 7% PoS | Foundation  (Read 281826 times)
teddybeer
Member
**
Offline Offline

Activity: 99


View Profile
July 15, 2016, 12:42:18 PM
 #2101

My god so i just successfully lost fucking EGC coins what a fuck is that, and cant be canceled due to mistake ??

Where the hell ill find the owners of those wallet, fucking duplicate.

What a fucking retarded coin, shame that i even know the name of this coin. Motherfuckers.

How can fucking be so, that EGC has same as other coins adrresses.

Please cancel them, thats a humanic mistake.

For fuck sake ...

Just as a point of Interest: In a traditional banking system if you transfer money to the wrong account number exactly the same is true, that money arrives in someone elses account and there's generally no way to get it back (Banks may try to reclaim it in the case of fraud but it's not guaranteed).

In terms of Crypto Currencies: http://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/a/201

As with many things in life work on the "Measure twice, Cut once" mantra.

Yep, no chance at all if its even "another bank". Within the same banking system there might be some hope... but not very likely.

U will simply be depending on the reciever beeing nice and sending it back,

Damn, another, noob, i told you that i reclaimed coins by import/dump private key. Those coins was holding on a duplicated wallets.

Read the shit i said.

Stupid bank pros. What a fuck you know in this life.
Advertised sites are not endorsed by the Bitcoin Forum. They may be unsafe, untrustworthy, or illegal in your jurisdiction. Advertise here.
1512959878
Hero Member
*
Offline Offline

Posts: 1512959878

View Profile Personal Message (Offline)

Ignore
1512959878
Reply with quote  #2

1512959878
Report to moderator
Gizfreak
Legendary
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 1120


Allergic to false promises


View Profile
July 15, 2016, 12:51:51 PM
 #2102

Not so long ago:

God is green, Ever green Smiley

The loyal ones will be paid off hard!

Ill be loyal till the end Smiley

And at the first problem you face your loyalty vanishes to make room for an endless rant?
Am I missing something here?
frostminer
Hero Member
*****
Offline Offline

Activity: 630


View Profile WWW
July 15, 2016, 01:01:29 PM
 #2103

Not so long ago:

God is green, Ever green Smiley

The loyal ones will be paid off hard!

Ill be loyal till the end Smiley

And at the first problem you face your loyalty vanishes to make room for an endless rant?
Am I missing something here?

Also his shit doesnt make sense.
So how would that work? The coins suddenly "disappears" from the account he sent them to when he "redeemed" it?   

Nah-ah .. dont think soo.

bathrobehero
Legendary
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 1372


ICO? Not even once.


View Profile
July 15, 2016, 03:44:44 PM
 #2104

Not so long ago:

God is green, Ever green Smiley

The loyal ones will be paid off hard!

Ill be loyal till the end Smiley

And at the first problem you face your loyalty vanishes to make room for an endless rant?
Am I missing something here?

Also his shit doesnt make sense.
So how would that work? The coins suddenly "disappears" from the account he sent them to when he "redeemed" it?   

Nah-ah .. dont think soo.


I guess it's possible the two coins use the same address generating algorithm. So an address+privatekey pair might work on both chains.
If that's the case, if you have an EVG address you could use the same address on the XNG network.

I mean the EVG wallet wouldn't let you send funds to a non-EVG wallet anyway.



RIP Bittrex
Kazadar
Sr. Member
****
Offline Offline

Activity: 476


View Profile
July 15, 2016, 03:51:07 PM
 #2105

Not so long ago:

God is green, Ever green Smiley

The loyal ones will be paid off hard!

Ill be loyal till the end Smiley

And at the first problem you face your loyalty vanishes to make room for an endless rant?
Am I missing something here?

Also his shit doesnt make sense.
So how would that work? The coins suddenly "disappears" from the account he sent them to when he "redeemed" it?   

Nah-ah .. dont think soo.


I guess it's possible the two coins use the same address generating algorithm. So an address+privatekey pair might work on both chains.
If that's the case, if you have an EVG address you could use the same address on the XNG network.

I mean the EVG wallet wouldn't let you send funds to a non-EVG wallet anyway.



But his coins havent moved from the addresses he sent them to. Also I doubt you can import his private key from Yobit but to be fair I have never tried.

EverGreenCoin
Hero Member
*****
Offline Offline

Activity: 756


EverGreenCoin® (EGC) EverGreenCoin.org


View Profile WWW
July 15, 2016, 07:35:50 PM
 #2106


Yes, importing the blockchain is intensive. Snapshotting is much faster. There is a recent snapshot in the OP should anyone need it. (Thanks again CryptoChainer!)

Yes, a package is what we will certainly want when we are cranking these out on a production level.

If you do find time to test on your CHIP, I would greatly appreciate it. If you do or whenever you can, please share your results. At this time, I personally only have a Pi emulator to experiment with.

Whoot! It compiled  Grin (I had to add a swap file on a USB stick for the compilation but that's not a huge issue).

I'm just compiling again with a clean git clone to see how long it takes.

I've got the block chain snapshot (Thanks CryptoChainer) and I'll hopefully fire it up a bit later (I plan to remove the swap first), and see how it goes. At some point (probably next week I'll try running the setup from a battery only and see how long it lasts, that will hopefully give a decent idea of it's power draw.

Hopefully with a few of us using the likes of Pi, Pine64 and C.H.I.P we can get a feel for how well these boards work.

Edit: the compile took 70 minutes.

Thank you for reporting the success!

joinfree
Sr. Member
****
Offline Offline

Activity: 434



View Profile
July 15, 2016, 07:39:24 PM
 #2107


Sold 2 T-Shirt, Remaining 3day. Limited time order before July 19th. goodluck.  Smiley






             ▄█
            ██  ██
           ██  ████
          ██  ██  ██
         ██  ██    ██
        ██  ██  ██  ██
       ██  ██    ██  ██
      ██  ██  ██  ██  ██
     ██  ██  ████  ██  ██
    ██  ██  ██  ██  ██  ██
   ██  ██  ██    ██  ██  ██
  ██  ██  ██████████  ██  ██
 ██                    ██  ██
█████████████████████▄  ██  █
                         ██
▀███████████████████████████




█████ █   █ █████      ███          █████████████▄▄    ████            ████     ▄▄██████████      ▄▄██████████
  █   █   █ █         █████         ████████████████    ████          ████     █████████████     █████████████
  █   █████ █████    ███████        ███         ▀███     ████        ████     ███▀              ███▀
  █   █   █ █        ███ ███        ███          ███      ████      ████      ███               ███
  █   █   █ █████   ███   ███       ███          ███       ████    ████       ███               ███
                    ███   ███       ███         ▄███        ████  ████        ███▄              ███▄
                   ███     ███      ██████████████▀          ████████          ██████████▄▄      ██████████▄▄
                   ███     ███      ██████████████▄           ██████            ▀▀██████████      ▀▀██████████
                  ███       ███     ███         ▀███           ████                      ▀███              ▀███
                  █████████████     ███          ███           ████                       ███               ███
                 ███████████████    ███          ███           ████                       ███               ███
                 ███         ███    ███         ▄███           ████                      ▄███              ▄███
                ███           ███   ████████████████           ████           ██████████████    ██████████████
                ███           ███   █████████████▀▀            ████           ███████████▀▀     ███████████▀▀

█  █
█  █
█  █
█  █
█  █
█▄▄
▀▀█
█  █
█  █
█  █
█  █
█  █

█  █
█  █
█  █
█  █
█  █
█▄▄
▀▀█
█  █
█  █
█  █
█  █
█  █

█  █
█  █
█  █
█  █
█  █
█▄▄
▀▀█
█  █
█  █
█  █
█  █
█  █
■  Twitter
■  Telegram
■  Facebook
drofxafm
Member
**
Offline Offline

Activity: 93


View Profile
July 15, 2016, 10:35:45 PM
 #2108

Not so long ago:

God is green, Ever green Smiley

The loyal ones will be paid off hard!

Ill be loyal till the end Smiley

And at the first problem you face your loyalty vanishes to make room for an endless rant?
Am I missing something here?

Also his shit doesnt make sense.
So how would that work? The coins suddenly "disappears" from the account he sent them to when he "redeemed" it?   

Nah-ah .. dont think soo.


Agreed something there doesn't make sense! Either the coins moved or they didn't, if he was able to get the coins back like that after a successful transfer (i.e. meaning the same coins are now in two places) then the whole of crypto currency is dead (and such a simple issue would surely have been found by now).
Kazadar
Sr. Member
****
Offline Offline

Activity: 476


View Profile
July 17, 2016, 06:52:14 PM
 #2109

The t-shirts do look great. It will be interesting to see them in real life.

EverGreenCoin
Hero Member
*****
Offline Offline

Activity: 756


EverGreenCoin® (EGC) EverGreenCoin.org


View Profile WWW
July 18, 2016, 04:59:36 AM
 #2110

Only 22 hours remain to order an EverGreenCoin shirt! A portion of the proceeds go to the EverGreenCoin Foundation.

https://teespring.com/evergreencoin-t-shirt

Thanks!

grumpytiger211
Full Member
***
Offline Offline

Activity: 206



View Profile
July 18, 2016, 04:16:08 PM
 #2111

got my pine64 +1gig today omg that was some smoking fast shipping just amazing very well packaged. any suggestions on good ways to make this into a solar miner suggested parts list. things i might want to beware of not to do? since the C.H.I.P. is cheap im going to probably end up getting that one to. its good to drown my self in tinkering sometimes gets me away from life for a bit if you know what im saying.

drofxafm
Member
**
Offline Offline

Activity: 93


View Profile
July 18, 2016, 08:22:26 PM
 #2112

got my pine64 +1gig today omg that was some smoking fast shipping just amazing very well packaged. any suggestions on good ways to make this into a solar miner suggested parts list. things i might want to beware of not to do? since the C.H.I.P. is cheap im going to probably end up getting that one to. its good to drown my self in tinkering sometimes gets me away from life for a bit if you know what im saying.

As a basic setup for a Solar system you'll need a Solar Panel, Battery and charging system, The challenge is being able to size them which means knowing how much power the board needs to run. You then size the battery to be able to provide power for when it's dark/overcast, then choose a cell that can charge the battery whilst there's light. A battery and charging system is probably the best starting point (I think it was mentioned some of the Pine64s have a lipo charge controller built in so it might just be a case of getting a decent battery).

My C.H.I.P. experiments haven't gone much further yet, I did try the block chain but couldn't get it to sync, I've just started it downloading the complete block chain so I'll see how that goes (based on my Pi experience I'm expecting around 24 hours. I did also run the C.H.I.P from it's 3000mAh battery earlier and had it going for 4 hours whilst travelling, I'm not sure how discharged the battery was in that time, (I've seen some reports of 8-10 hours). Once I've got the block chain downloaded I'll do a decent battery test.
joinfree
Sr. Member
****
Offline Offline

Activity: 434



View Profile
July 19, 2016, 10:26:04 AM
 #2113

Only 22 hours remain to order an EverGreenCoin shirt! A portion of the proceeds go to the EverGreenCoin Foundation.

https://teespring.com/evergreencoin-t-shirt

Thanks!

hi dev, i send pm u..
EvergreenCoin T-Shirt ended successfully (5 units sold)

thanks to anyone who has purchased ..



             ▄█
            ██  ██
           ██  ████
          ██  ██  ██
         ██  ██    ██
        ██  ██  ██  ██
       ██  ██    ██  ██
      ██  ██  ██  ██  ██
     ██  ██  ████  ██  ██
    ██  ██  ██  ██  ██  ██
   ██  ██  ██    ██  ██  ██
  ██  ██  ██████████  ██  ██
 ██                    ██  ██
█████████████████████▄  ██  █
                         ██
▀███████████████████████████




█████ █   █ █████      ███          █████████████▄▄    ████            ████     ▄▄██████████      ▄▄██████████
  █   █   █ █         █████         ████████████████    ████          ████     █████████████     █████████████
  █   █████ █████    ███████        ███         ▀███     ████        ████     ███▀              ███▀
  █   █   █ █        ███ ███        ███          ███      ████      ████      ███               ███
  █   █   █ █████   ███   ███       ███          ███       ████    ████       ███               ███
                    ███   ███       ███         ▄███        ████  ████        ███▄              ███▄
                   ███     ███      ██████████████▀          ████████          ██████████▄▄      ██████████▄▄
                   ███     ███      ██████████████▄           ██████            ▀▀██████████      ▀▀██████████
                  ███       ███     ███         ▀███           ████                      ▀███              ▀███
                  █████████████     ███          ███           ████                       ███               ███
                 ███████████████    ███          ███           ████                       ███               ███
                 ███         ███    ███         ▄███           ████                      ▄███              ▄███
                ███           ███   ████████████████           ████           ██████████████    ██████████████
                ███           ███   █████████████▀▀            ████           ███████████▀▀     ███████████▀▀

█  █
█  █
█  █
█  █
█  █
█▄▄
▀▀█
█  █
█  █
█  █
█  █
█  █

█  █
█  █
█  █
█  █
█  █
█▄▄
▀▀█
█  █
█  █
█  █
█  █
█  █

█  █
█  █
█  █
█  █
█  █
█▄▄
▀▀█
█  █
█  █
█  █
█  █
█  █
■  Twitter
■  Telegram
■  Facebook
grumpytiger211
Full Member
***
Offline Offline

Activity: 206



View Profile
July 19, 2016, 02:14:57 PM
 #2114

got my pine64 +1gig today omg that was some smoking fast shipping just amazing very well packaged. any suggestions on good ways to make this into a solar miner suggested parts list. things i might want to beware of not to do? since the C.H.I.P. is cheap im going to probably end up getting that one to. its good to drown my self in tinkering sometimes gets me away from life for a bit if you know what im saying.

As a basic setup for a Solar system you'll need a Solar Panel, Battery and charging system, The challenge is being able to size them which means knowing how much power the board needs to run. You then size the battery to be able to provide power for when it's dark/overcast, then choose a cell that can charge the battery whilst there's light. A battery and charging system is probably the best starting point (I think it was mentioned some of the Pine64s have a lipo charge controller built in so it might just be a case of getting a decent battery).

My C.H.I.P. experiments haven't gone much further yet, I did try the block chain but couldn't get it to sync, I've just started it downloading the complete block chain so I'll see how that goes (based on my Pi experience I'm expecting around 24 hours. I did also run the C.H.I.P from it's 3000mAh battery earlier and had it going for 4 hours whilst travelling, I'm not sure how discharged the battery was in that time, (I've seen some reports of 8-10 hours). Once I've got the block chain downloaded I'll do a decent battery test.


thanks for the reply will copy this for my notes. ive been looking at panels and battery's but also looked at the combo with the battery and panel together, seen one that was 500000 MAH for $14. trying to stay cheap i have a bad habit of wonder what happens if i did this oops so i want to be able to easily replace what i mess up. my obstacle today is looking for one of my 6 mini sd cards that i have so i can load up remix OS but cant never find when i need them lol. have a nice day everyone and good luck in your endeavors.

Gizfreak
Legendary
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 1120


Allergic to false promises


View Profile
July 19, 2016, 02:24:50 PM
 #2115

got my pine64 +1gig today omg that was some smoking fast shipping just amazing very well packaged. any suggestions on good ways to make this into a solar miner suggested parts list. things i might want to beware of not to do? since the C.H.I.P. is cheap im going to probably end up getting that one to. its good to drown my self in tinkering sometimes gets me away from life for a bit if you know what im saying.

As a basic setup for a Solar system you'll need a Solar Panel, Battery and charging system, The challenge is being able to size them which means knowing how much power the board needs to run. You then size the battery to be able to provide power for when it's dark/overcast, then choose a cell that can charge the battery whilst there's light. A battery and charging system is probably the best starting point (I think it was mentioned some of the Pine64s have a lipo charge controller built in so it might just be a case of getting a decent battery).

My C.H.I.P. experiments haven't gone much further yet, I did try the block chain but couldn't get it to sync, I've just started it downloading the complete block chain so I'll see how that goes (based on my Pi experience I'm expecting around 24 hours. I did also run the C.H.I.P from it's 3000mAh battery earlier and had it going for 4 hours whilst travelling, I'm not sure how discharged the battery was in that time, (I've seen some reports of 8-10 hours). Once I've got the block chain downloaded I'll do a decent battery test.


thanks for the reply will copy this for my notes. ive been looking at panels and battery's but also looked at the combo with the battery and panel together, seen one that was 500000 MAH for $14. trying to stay cheap i have a bad habit of wonder what happens if i did this oops so i want to be able to easily replace what i mess up. my obstacle today is looking for one of my 6 mini sd cards that i have so i can load up remix OS but cant never find when i need them lol. have a nice day everyone and good luck in your endeavors.
500.000 mAh? Are you sure? I've got a 48.000 mAh solar powerbank and 2 x 20.000 mAh, but I never heard of a 500k mAh one.
drofxafm
Member
**
Offline Offline

Activity: 93


View Profile
July 19, 2016, 07:39:15 PM
 #2116



thanks for the reply will copy this for my notes. ive been looking at panels and battery's but also looked at the combo with the battery and panel together, seen one that was 500000 MAH for $14. trying to stay cheap i have a bad habit of wonder what happens if i did this oops so i want to be able to easily replace what i mess up. my obstacle today is looking for one of my 6 mini sd cards that i have so i can load up remix OS but cant never find when i need them lol. have a nice day everyone and good luck in your endeavors.
500.000 mAh? Are you sure? I've got a 48.000 mAh solar powerbank and 2 x 20.000 mAh, but I never heard of a 500k mAh one.

500,000mAh (also written as 500Ah) seems very unlikely for that price and it's going to be huge (power banks are usually rated at 3.7V (typical lipo cell voltage) or 5V (USB voltage). In comparison a car battery is around 40Ah and rated at 12V.

At $14 I'd suspect it's more like 5000mAh (5Ah), which might give 5-15 hours usage on the pine64 depending on how much power it draws. Assuming it's a 5Ah battery at 3.7V (gives the worst numbers) that gives a Wh rating of 18.5Wh (Battery voltage * Capacity), if the Pine64+ needs 3W to run that gives just over 6 hours (18.5 / 3).
grumpytiger211
Full Member
***
Offline Offline

Activity: 206



View Profile
July 19, 2016, 08:15:15 PM
 #2117



thanks for the reply will copy this for my notes. ive been looking at panels and battery's but also looked at the combo with the battery and panel together, seen one that was 500000 MAH for $14. trying to stay cheap i have a bad habit of wonder what happens if i did this oops so i want to be able to easily replace what i mess up. my obstacle today is looking for one of my 6 mini sd cards that i have so i can load up remix OS but cant never find when i need them lol. have a nice day everyone and good luck in your endeavors.
500.000 mAh? Are you sure? I've got a 48.000 mAh solar powerbank and 2 x 20.000 mAh, but I never heard of a 500k mAh one.

500,000mAh (also written as 500Ah) seems very unlikely for that price and it's going to be huge (power banks are usually rated at 3.7V (typical lipo cell voltage) or 5V (USB voltage). In comparison a car battery is around 40Ah and rated at 12V.

At $14 I'd suspect it's more like 5000mAh (5Ah), which might give 5-15 hours usage on the pine64 depending on how much power it draws. Assuming it's a 5Ah battery at 3.7V (gives the worst numbers) that gives a Wh rating of 18.5Wh (Battery voltage * Capacity), if the Pine64+ needs 3W to run that gives just over 6 hours (18.5 / 3).


figured something wasnt right heres the link and thanks for all the input guys i appreciate it

https://www.wish.com/c/564ad27b0a9fda126bba89ae?th_s=1&rel_p=0&abs_p=0&original_q=500000%20mah%20s

drofxafm
Member
**
Offline Offline

Activity: 93


View Profile
July 19, 2016, 11:02:59 PM
 #2118

My C.H.I.P. experiments haven't gone much further yet, I did try the block chain but couldn't get it to sync, I've just started it downloading the complete block chain so I'll see how that goes (based on my Pi experience I'm expecting around 24 hours. I did also run the C.H.I.P from it's 3000mAh battery earlier and had it going for 4 hours whilst travelling, I'm not sure how discharged the battery was in that time, (I've seen some reports of 8-10 hours). Once I've got the block chain downloaded I'll do a decent battery test.

And it's got the whole block chain, I think that was just under 24 hours to complete so not too bad.

I've also managed to transfer my coins from my Pi2 wallet to the CHIP and back again (leaving a few behind to test staking) so it seems to be working. Now to work out what other tests are useful in seeing how well it works.
EverGreenCoin
Hero Member
*****
Offline Offline

Activity: 756


EverGreenCoin® (EGC) EverGreenCoin.org


View Profile WWW
July 19, 2016, 11:08:08 PM
 #2119

My C.H.I.P. experiments haven't gone much further yet, I did try the block chain but couldn't get it to sync, I've just started it downloading the complete block chain so I'll see how that goes (based on my Pi experience I'm expecting around 24 hours. I did also run the C.H.I.P from it's 3000mAh battery earlier and had it going for 4 hours whilst travelling, I'm not sure how discharged the battery was in that time, (I've seen some reports of 8-10 hours). Once I've got the block chain downloaded I'll do a decent battery test.

And it's got the whole block chain, I think that was just under 24 hours to complete so not too bad.

I've also managed to transfer my coins from my Pi2 wallet to the CHIP and back again (leaving a few behind to test staking) so it seems to be working. Now to work out what other tests are useful in seeing how well it works.


Great! Thanks for keeping us in the loop!

I am still waiting for my CHIP. :/

grumpytiger211
Full Member
***
Offline Offline

Activity: 206



View Profile
July 19, 2016, 11:37:41 PM
 #2120

My C.H.I.P. experiments haven't gone much further yet, I did try the block chain but couldn't get it to sync, I've just started it downloading the complete block chain so I'll see how that goes (based on my Pi experience I'm expecting around 24 hours. I did also run the C.H.I.P from it's 3000mAh battery earlier and had it going for 4 hours whilst travelling, I'm not sure how discharged the battery was in that time, (I've seen some reports of 8-10 hours). Once I've got the block chain downloaded I'll do a decent battery test.

And it's got the whole block chain, I think that was just under 24 hours to complete so not too bad.

I've also managed to transfer my coins from my Pi2 wallet to the CHIP and back again (leaving a few behind to test staking) so it seems to be working. Now to work out what other tests are useful in seeing how well it works.


Great! Thanks for keeping us in the loop!

I am still waiting for my CHIP. :/

i wish i had of got the chip first everyone is raving about it, but will get me one soon god willing. nice to see you got the chip running niceley

Pages: « 1 ... 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 [106] 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 ... 213 »
  Print  
 
Jump to:  

Sponsored by , a Bitcoin-accepting VPN.
Powered by MySQL Powered by PHP Powered by SMF 1.1.19 | SMF © 2006-2009, Simple Machines Valid XHTML 1.0! Valid CSS!