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February 18, 2017, 08:43:52 PM
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Thanks for all your hard work guys - Can't wait to try out the new wallet.

I wonder what the surprise was...

Staking for charity. Now, up to 100% of your staking rewards can be sent to any EverGreenCoin address automatically and after maturity (60 blocks).

I hope to use this to attract charitable organizations into the EverGreenCoin ecosystem. But that of course is not the functionality's only use. While working on it, I did think of you scenario specifically, starmman. Where you do not have direct access to your staking node. You could, for example, have your staking rewards sent to another wallet, exchange or elsewhere, where you might have more readily available access.

Please do be advised that if you do have 100% of your staking rewards sent to another address, you will actually be sending, or donating, more than 100% because you will be paying the transaction fee  (.0001 EGC) on top of the percentage.

I hope to in future releases have a list of charities, populated by calls to an EverGreenCoin server, for people to select a charity of their choice. In the meantime, I will get a portion of the EverGreenCoin website devoted to this purpose in the near future.

I hope users do enjoy the new wallet. Chicago and I worked very tirelessly on it. Please do upgrade at your earliest convenience. Thanks in advance for doing so and many thanks to those who already have.

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February 18, 2017, 09:44:54 PM
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Thanks for all your hard work guys - Can't wait to try out the new wallet.

I wonder what the surprise was...

Staking for charity. Now, up to 100% of your staking rewards can be sent to any EverGreenCoin address automatically and after maturity (60 blocks).

I hope to use this to attract charitable organizations into the EverGreenCoin ecosystem. But that of course is not the functionality's only use. While working on it, I did think of you scenario specifically, starmman. Where you do not have direct access to your staking node. You could, for example, have your staking rewards sent to another wallet, exchange or elsewhere, where you might have more readily available access.

Please do be advised that if you do have 100% of your staking rewards sent to another address, you will actually be sending, or donating, more than 100% because you will be paying the transaction fee  (.0001 EGC) on top of the percentage.

I hope to in future releases have a list of charities, populated by calls to an EverGreenCoin server, for people to select a charity of their choice. In the meantime, I will get a portion of the EverGreenCoin website devoted to this purpose in the near future.

I hope users do enjoy the new wallet. Chicago and I worked very tirelessly on it. Please do upgrade at your earliest convenience. Thanks in advance for doing so and many thanks to those who already have.


Sounds awesome - I wonder if its time to approach the ecosia foundation again - it would be great to have the ability to plant tress whilst using a solar staker.

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February 18, 2017, 10:30:49 PM
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Hello,

    A hybrid node bridging the protocol 80000 and protocol 80015 clients approximates the population of Evergreencoin nodes as of height #890394 on MainNet.  We share these results now, in the forum, to encourage users to upgrade to v1.5 today.

    Online Nodes    
Version
16%
12
1.3.0
1.3%
1
1.4.0
8%
6
1.4.1
25.3%
19
1.4.2
49.3%
37
1.5.0.1

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February 19, 2017, 07:40:57 AM
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Hello,

    A hybrid node bridging the protocol 80000 and protocol 80015 clients approximates the population of Evergreencoin nodes as of height #890394 on MainNet.  We share these results now, in the forum, to encourage users to upgrade to v1.5 today.

    Online Nodes    
Version
16%
12
1.3.0
1.3%
1
1.4.0
8%
6
1.4.1
25.3%
19
1.4.2
49.3%
37
1.5.0.1

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Good adoption rate so far. Great that 50% of people staking are actively following the coin to the extent that they will upgrade on the same day as wallet release =).

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February 19, 2017, 08:52:11 AM
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 wallet not showing properly i m using windows 10


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February 19, 2017, 11:38:21 AM
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wallet not showing properly i m using windows 10



It has something to do with your Resolution not your Windows 10, but Steven is aware of it and he will give you a statment when he got enough sleep. He worked very hard to finish the Wallet, that no user get stucked in a fork again and we are one of the first small PoS Coins that could find where the problem is and fix it with an hardfork. Bitcoin still fighting because of one hard fork and we already did 2 without big problems Cheesy
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February 19, 2017, 12:48:55 PM
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wallet not showing properly i m using windows 10

http://i64.tinypic.com/7nr5.jpg

I see. On my many tests on Windows 10 machines, there is not that display problem.

I believe what you are seeing are remnants of me trying to use a non-standard font in the wallet. I had tried to use Typola font throughout the wallet, even getting written permission from the font's authors in Malaysia for EverGreenCoin to use the font. Typola is the font the artist used as a base for the EverGreenCoin logo text. Here are 2 pictures of what I had intended the wallet to look like, using the Typola font...



Getting the Typola font to display correctly was a very painstaking and time-consuming process. It is not as simple as changing the font in a Word document and many solid days were devoted to the task specifically. Unfortunately, issues with the font aliasing in some build environments when getting the final builds together for release caused me to revert the change and resort back to a standard font. However, I fully intend to use the font in the future when sufficient time can be devoted to resolving the aliasing issues that arose. Again, I have been granted full permission in writing from the authors Willy Riftian and Dewi Sata for EverGreenCoin. I am very appreciative of their generosity in doing so and it will be fully leveraged and accredited.

Now back to the issue you are seeing, shadabahmed. Like I said, I have tested the wallet on many, many different Windows 10 machines, both physical and virtual. I can not replicate the issue with even the lowest resolution settings on a 5-year-old laptop. Here is the wallet on that old laptop not exhibiting your issue...



I too must do my computing on, what many would consider, sub-par equipment. I suggest you inspect your machine's drivers and see if you can get a signed Windows 10 approved driver from the manufacturer of your graphics card installed.

Let us not lose sight of the primary objective of this release, hardforking to prevent unintentional forking on the network so EverGreenCoin can grow to its potential. I did make great effort to bring in other enhancements into the release and I do plan to further improve upon these enhancements. Unfortunate for me, my many sleepless days, and countless hours devoted to v1.5, the font enhancement needed to be reverted and shelved in respect to the primary objective. Fortunately for EverGreenCoin, no forward progress on the font enhancement was lost and I am very persistent.

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February 19, 2017, 01:41:44 PM
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i tried in my other laptop looking right.

and not showing correct in full hd laptop.

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February 19, 2017, 02:12:19 PM
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i tried in my other laptop looking right.

and not showing correct in full hd laptop.

Without being able to simulate the issue, it is very difficult for me to resolve it. If you have time, maybe you could experiment with different settings and see if you can help me isolate the source? I cannot replicate it. I would greatly appreciate the help.

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February 19, 2017, 02:13:01 PM
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Please retweet https://twitter.com/EverGreenCoin_/status/832930483726123008

Thank you in advance!

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February 19, 2017, 02:24:45 PM
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Pst
Its just a cosmetical problem tho..

You need to run a screen with resolution 1280x800 or more, because of the height of the window.

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February 19, 2017, 07:45:57 PM
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I make it under 400 blocks until the hard fork happens, at the current rate that might mean it happens at some point after midnight GMT (probably 5-6 hours from the time of this post).

Looking at an old wallet instance I've got for monitoring the old versions I still see a number of nodes on the old version. These should currently still be in sync with the new versions thanks to Chicago's hybrid node. However once the new network rules kick in at the hardfork they will go out of sync and there is no way to keep them on track from that point.

If you are still running an old version of the wallet (1.3.0, 1.4.0, 1.4.1, 1.4.2) stop it now and upgrade to the latest versions (links at the top of the page).
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February 19, 2017, 08:58:44 PM
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I make it under 400 blocks until the hard fork happens, at the current rate that might mean it happens at some point after midnight GMT (probably 5-6 hours from the time of this post).

Looking at an old wallet instance I've got for monitoring the old versions I still see a number of nodes on the old version. These should currently still be in sync with the new versions thanks to Chicago's hybrid node. However once the new network rules kick in at the hardfork they will go out of sync and there is no way to keep them on track from that point.

If you are still running an old version of the wallet (1.3.0, 1.4.0, 1.4.1, 1.4.2) stop it now and upgrade to the latest versions (links at the top of the page).


Is it possible to send a message directly to the nodes still operating on the old wallet / protocol version? I believe in some qt clients there is a way to do it if you have some kind of master key...

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February 19, 2017, 09:03:00 PM
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I make it under 400 blocks until the hard fork happens, at the current rate that might mean it happens at some point after midnight GMT (probably 5-6 hours from the time of this post).

Looking at an old wallet instance I've got for monitoring the old versions I still see a number of nodes on the old version. These should currently still be in sync with the new versions thanks to Chicago's hybrid node. However once the new network rules kick in at the hardfork they will go out of sync and there is no way to keep them on track from that point.

If you are still running an old version of the wallet (1.3.0, 1.4.0, 1.4.1, 1.4.2) stop it now and upgrade to the latest versions (links at the top of the page).


Is it possible to send a message directly to the nodes still operating on the old wallet / protocol version? I believe in some qt clients there is a way to do it if you have some kind of master key...

I found some documentation - not sure if its of use or not...

https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Alert_system

EDIT - Some more info here https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=661601.0

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February 19, 2017, 09:12:00 PM
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I make it under 400 blocks until the hard fork happens, at the current rate that might mean it happens at some point after midnight GMT (probably 5-6 hours from the time of this post).

Looking at an old wallet instance I've got for monitoring the old versions I still see a number of nodes on the old version. These should currently still be in sync with the new versions thanks to Chicago's hybrid node. However once the new network rules kick in at the hardfork they will go out of sync and there is no way to keep them on track from that point.

If you are still running an old version of the wallet (1.3.0, 1.4.0, 1.4.1, 1.4.2) stop it now and upgrade to the latest versions (links at the top of the page).


Is it possible to send a message directly to the nodes still operating on the old wallet / protocol version? I believe in some qt clients there is a way to do it if you have some kind of master key...

I found some documentation - not sure if its of use or not...

https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Alert_system



Done.

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February 19, 2017, 09:21:06 PM
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I make it under 400 blocks until the hard fork happens, at the current rate that might mean it happens at some point after midnight GMT (probably 5-6 hours from the time of this post).

Looking at an old wallet instance I've got for monitoring the old versions I still see a number of nodes on the old version. These should currently still be in sync with the new versions thanks to Chicago's hybrid node. However once the new network rules kick in at the hardfork they will go out of sync and there is no way to keep them on track from that point.

If you are still running an old version of the wallet (1.3.0, 1.4.0, 1.4.1, 1.4.2) stop it now and upgrade to the latest versions (links at the top of the page).


Is it possible to send a message directly to the nodes still operating on the old wallet / protocol version? I believe in some qt clients there is a way to do it if you have some kind of master key...

I found some documentation - not sure if its of use or not...

https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Alert_system



Done.

Great stuff, hopefully that will help a few people upgrade - I got my trading application working this weekend by the way - implemented most exchange features and have just setup a very basic automated trading robot that reacts to trading positions, but my test currency pair has lost its volatility LOL - need to refactor some of the architecture now. Still quite a long way from arbitrage though as I only have one API adaptor connected in. Will get Bittrex added soon.

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February 20, 2017, 12:30:50 AM
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I make it under 400 blocks until the hard fork happens, at the current rate that might mean it happens at some point after midnight GMT (probably 5-6 hours from the time of this post).

Looking at an old wallet instance I've got for monitoring the old versions I still see a number of nodes on the old version. These should currently still be in sync with the new versions thanks to Chicago's hybrid node. However once the new network rules kick in at the hardfork they will go out of sync and there is no way to keep them on track from that point.

If you are still running an old version of the wallet (1.3.0, 1.4.0, 1.4.1, 1.4.2) stop it now and upgrade to the latest versions (links at the top of the page).


100 blocks to go (so probably just over an hour) and still a lot of nodes on the old versions.

Get upgrading people (if you're still on an old version)
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February 20, 2017, 12:54:31 AM
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I make it under 400 blocks until the hard fork happens, at the current rate that might mean it happens at some point after midnight GMT (probably 5-6 hours from the time of this post).

Looking at an old wallet instance I've got for monitoring the old versions I still see a number of nodes on the old version. These should currently still be in sync with the new versions thanks to Chicago's hybrid node. However once the new network rules kick in at the hardfork they will go out of sync and there is no way to keep them on track from that point.

If you are still running an old version of the wallet (1.3.0, 1.4.0, 1.4.1, 1.4.2) stop it now and upgrade to the latest versions (links at the top of the page).


100 blocks to go (so probably just over an hour) and still a lot of nodes on the old versions.

Get upgrading people (if you're still on an old version)

I would think, ok hope, all the community on Bitcointalk would have got and received the message by now. Don't get me wrong, I appreciate the diligence in helping to remind people.

Thanks!

P.S. Upgrade to EverGreenCoin version 1.5.0.1, if you have yet to do so. Wink

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February 20, 2017, 02:04:51 AM
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February 20, 2017, 08:44:35 AM
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Hey guys I opened a topic in our forum for the new Wallet. Come and give your suggestions and Feedback. I will open one more topic for the website too. That will help to have a good over view of the Feedbacks and suggestions for steady Improvements. Let's hear what you think.

Wallet Feedback
https://evergreencoin.org/forums/topic/evergreencoin-feedback-and-suggestions/


Website Feedback

https://evergreencoin.org/forums/topic/suggestions-and-feedback-website/
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