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February 02, 2016, 10:59:16 AM
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Staking is only possible if unlocked wallet? Is it still working if my Wallet is closed then? I hope so Smiley (y)

Staking only happens in a wallet that is unlocked for staking, unlocked for staking and spending, or never been encrypted and therefore can not be locked. That said, factors that do equate into staking do happen when a wallet is locked or offline such as coin age and of course, network stake weight. These factors will remain in effect when your wallet does again meet the requirements to continue staking and yes, your reward will catch up to still equal 7% annual so long as you do not fail to meet the requirements (wallet is locked or offline) for an extended time. By extended time, I mean 30 days or beyond. At a very minimal, leave your wallet running and meeting the staking requirements for 12 hours every month.

Sorry for the delayed response to your question Porsche911. You must have posted it just as I laid down for some much needed sleep. Thanks for the question. I hope I answered sufficiently.


there is another way to stake and unlock the wallet while still keeping it safe ( encrypted ) for a period of time ... without it being left completely open for hacking while stacking ... i mean staking - meh it rhymes Wink ...

most PoS wallets have this option - and evergreencoin should be no exception ...

whether windows or linux or osx - the command will be the same but is just implemented differently if you are using console ( linux ) ...

if you are using the graphical wallet ( usually windows - osx - and linux gui ) the process is through the debug console within the wallet ... while command line ( usually linux - osx - and systems running the daemon like vps systems ) the command is exactly the same except for the execution of the daemon ...

wallet ...

- from the menu - click 'help' the click 'debug window' then click 'console tab' ...
- at the bottom commandline type ...

Code:
walletpassphrase passphrase xxx true ...

replacing the word passphrase with one that you used to lock and encrypt your wallet - and replace the xxx with the amount ( in seconds ) of how long you want the wallet in this state ...

eg ...

Code:
walletpassphrase chrysophylax-granite-like-evergreencoin 700000 true

so if my passphrase to lock my wallet was 'chrysophylax-granite-like-evergreencoin' - then what i have told the wallet to do is to stay in encrypted mode - but unlock the wallet using the passphrase 'chrysophylax-granite-like-evergreencoin' for 700000 seconds ...

for linux daemon commandline ...

Code:
./evergreecoind walletpassphrase chrysophylax-granite-like-evergreencoin 700000 true


once the 700000 seconds have expired - the wallet goes into full lockdown once again - and you can no longer stake ... so choose an amount of seconds that will be long enough to allow staking but gives you peace of mind that your wallet will 'automagically' lockdown on its own ...

if you can give this a go - let me know how it fares ...

if it works well with the egc wallet - we can make a better instructional 'howto' and add to the op ... if of course the egc team want that done ...

#crysx

Yes, all this is correct information and I do thank you chrysophylax for detailing it. However, there is a feature built into the EverGreenCoin wallet that makes this a bit simpler. I did make every effort to have the EverGreenCoin wallet easy to use for non-technical people that might not be as comfortable with the console. I did detailed this feature in this post and others. I apologize if my explanation was not clear. All of what chrysophylax so kindly detailed can be done very easily from the graphical user interface with the check box pictured below:


If you unlock the wallet and leave the check box checked (default), the wallet is still encrypted and coins can not be sent either accidentally or by malicious code as easily. You will be prompted for the password again if you try to send any EverGreenCoin and you will be prompted on every sending attempt.

If you unlock the wallet and UN-check the check box, the wallet will be unlocked for staking AND spending. You will not be prompted for the password again if any EverGreenCoin are attempted to be sent either accidentally, maliciously, or on-purpose.

Mind you, there is no time limits involved if you use this method as opposed to the console method. The option you choose, unlock for staking only (checked, default) or unlock for staking and spending (unchecked), will stay in effect until you: A) close the wallet. Or, B) lock the wallet.

I do hope this check box feature in the unlock dialog window does make usage of the EverGreenCoin wallet friendlier. Thanks again for the detailed explanation of achieving this in the console, chrysophlax.


 

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February 02, 2016, 12:23:40 PM
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Staking is only possible if unlocked wallet? Is it still working if my Wallet is closed then? I hope so Smiley (y)

Staking only happens in a wallet that is unlocked for staking, unlocked for staking and spending, or never been encrypted and therefore can not be locked. That said, factors that do equate into staking do happen when a wallet is locked or offline such as coin age and of course, network stake weight. These factors will remain in effect when your wallet does again meet the requirements to continue staking and yes, your reward will catch up to still equal 7% annual so long as you do not fail to meet the requirements (wallet is locked or offline) for an extended time. By extended time, I mean 30 days or beyond. At a very minimal, leave your wallet running and meeting the staking requirements for 12 hours every month.

Sorry for the delayed response to your question Porsche911. You must have posted it just as I laid down for some much needed sleep. Thanks for the question. I hope I answered sufficiently.


there is another way to stake and unlock the wallet while still keeping it safe ( encrypted ) for a period of time ... without it being left completely open for hacking while stacking ... i mean staking - meh it rhymes Wink ...

most PoS wallets have this option - and evergreencoin should be no exception ...

whether windows or linux or osx - the command will be the same but is just implemented differently if you are using console ( linux ) ...

if you are using the graphical wallet ( usually windows - osx - and linux gui ) the process is through the debug console within the wallet ... while command line ( usually linux - osx - and systems running the daemon like vps systems ) the command is exactly the same except for the execution of the daemon ...

wallet ...

- from the menu - click 'help' the click 'debug window' then click 'console tab' ...
- at the bottom commandline type ...

Code:
walletpassphrase passphrase xxx true ...

replacing the word passphrase with one that you used to lock and encrypt your wallet - and replace the xxx with the amount ( in seconds ) of how long you want the wallet in this state ...

eg ...

Code:
walletpassphrase chrysophylax-granite-like-evergreencoin 700000 true

so if my passphrase to lock my wallet was 'chrysophylax-granite-like-evergreencoin' - then what i have told the wallet to do is to stay in encrypted mode - but unlock the wallet using the passphrase 'chrysophylax-granite-like-evergreencoin' for 700000 seconds ...

for linux daemon commandline ...

Code:
./evergreecoind walletpassphrase chrysophylax-granite-like-evergreencoin 700000 true


once the 700000 seconds have expired - the wallet goes into full lockdown once again - and you can no longer stake ... so choose an amount of seconds that will be long enough to allow staking but gives you peace of mind that your wallet will 'automagically' lockdown on its own ...

if you can give this a go - let me know how it fares ...

if it works well with the egc wallet - we can make a better instructional 'howto' and add to the op ... if of course the egc team want that done ...

#crysx

Yes, all this is correct information and I do thank you chrysophylax for detailing it. However, there is a feature built into the EverGreenCoin wallet that makes this a bit simpler. I did make every effort to have the EverGreenCoin wallet easy to use for non-technical people that might not be as comfortable with the console. I did detailed this feature in this post and others. I apologize if my explanation was not clear. All of what chrysophylax so kindly detailed can be done very easily from the graphical user interface with the check box pictured below:


If you unlock the wallet and leave the check box checked (default), the wallet is still encrypted and coins can not be sent either accidentally or by malicious code as easily. You will be prompted for the password again if you try to send any EverGreenCoin and you will be prompted on every sending attempt.

If you unlock the wallet and UN-check the check box, the wallet will be unlocked for staking AND spending. You will not be prompted for the password again if any EverGreenCoin are attempted to be sent either accidentally, maliciously, or on-purpose.

Mind you, there is no time limits involved if you use this method as opposed to the console method. The option you choose, unlock for staking only (checked, default) or unlock for staking and spending (unchecked), will stay in effect until you: A) close the wallet. Or, B) lock the wallet.

I do hope this check box feature in the unlock dialog window does make usage of the EverGreenCoin wallet friendlier. Thanks again for the detailed explanation of achieving this in the console, chrysophlax.


 

you are welcome - and thats great to know ...

this is the reason i asked the question for testing and running with egc wallet - as i ONLY use a daemon under linux - and its ONLY console ... so i had no idea about the gui wallet ...

the instructions i mentioned were based on my experience with other PoS wallets - namely blackcoin - and didnt run the gui to check ...

the gui method really does make it easy ... i just wont ( actually cant ) use it on the vps daemons Tongue ...

tanx again mate ...

btw guys - if you havent been on irc - get over there ... these guys are throwing their money around to the members of the irc with the new egc rainbot ...

i only need another few thousand - and i will have another node setup Wink ...

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February 02, 2016, 06:58:52 PM
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Can this coin be mined solo ?
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February 02, 2016, 08:59:39 PM
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Can this coin be mined solo ?


Yes, it can be with a decent amount of hash (>1 mh/s). However, PoW mining difficulty has been consistantly high since the price surge begain a few days ago. Pool mining is probably more profitable unless you have a very large amount of hash (> 10 mh/s).

That said, myself and other members of the in the IRC have solo'd blocks with even CPU mining.

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Can this coin be mined solo ?


Yes, it can be with a decent amount of hash (>1 mh/s). However, PoW mining difficulty has been consistantly high since the price surge begain a few days ago. Pool mining is probably more profitable unless you have a very large amount of hash (> 10 mh/s).

That said, myself and other members of the in the IRC have solo'd blocks with even CPU mining.

cheers

do I need to do something with the wallet other than load this evergreencoin.conf file into my roaming folder ?

rpcuser=Eg3sFexxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxVBfD
rpcpassword=j
rpcport=5758
server=1
listen=1
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Hey guys. What miner do you recommend for WIN 10 with AMD Sapphire 7970 GHz (Crimson 16.1)? And what are the bat/conf specs, please? I have already tried sgminer5, but it is constantly crashing.

Thanks
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Hey guys. What miner do you recommend for WIN 10 with AMD Sapphire 7970 GHz (Crimson 16.1)? And what are the bat/conf specs, please? I have already tried sgminer5, but it is constantly crashing.

Thanks
I had the same issue. I think it has to do with the newest firmware updates from AMD. I couldn't ever get my Fury X to stop crashing on sgminer. I just started buying on the exchanges. It's cheaper now than mining, anyway. Sorry I couldn't be of more help. If you come in the irc channel, wolf is there. He's the algo guru. He might be able to assist you.

Cheers,
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Hey guys. What miner do you recommend for WIN 10 with AMD Sapphire 7970 GHz (Crimson 16.1)? And what are the bat/conf specs, please? I have already tried sgminer5, but it is constantly crashing.

Thanks
I had the same issue. I think it has to do with the newest firmware updates from AMD. I couldn't ever get my Fury X to stop crashing on sgminer. I just started buying on the exchanges. It's cheaper now than mining, anyway. Sorry I couldn't be of more help. If you come in the irc channel, wolf is there. He's the algo guru. He might be able to assist you.

Cheers,
-Clay

I use sgminer but with 14.6 driver
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February 03, 2016, 02:25:22 AM
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Can this coin be mined solo ?


Yes, it can be with a decent amount of hash (>1 mh/s). However, PoW mining difficulty has been consistantly high since the price surge begain a few days ago. Pool mining is probably more profitable unless you have a very large amount of hash (> 10 mh/s).

That said, myself and other members of the in the IRC have solo'd blocks with even CPU mining.

cheers

do I need to do something with the wallet other than load this evergreencoin.conf file into my roaming folder ?

rpcuser=Eg3sFexxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxVBfD
rpcpassword=j
rpcport=5758
server=1
listen=1

Add
Code:
daemon=1
rpcallowip=x.x.x.x
to your config. rpcallowip should be the IP of the miner or you can use rpcallowip= localhost, 127.0.0.1, *, or 192/168.1.1/24 as you see fit. Using the specific IP of the machine you are allowing to make the remote procedure call from would be the most secure.

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February 03, 2016, 03:02:09 AM
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Hey guys. What miner do you recommend for WIN 10 with AMD Sapphire 7970 GHz (Crimson 16.1)? And what are the bat/conf specs, please? I have already tried sgminer5, but it is constantly crashing.

Thanks
I had the same issue. I think it has to do with the newest firmware updates from AMD. I couldn't ever get my Fury X to stop crashing on sgminer. I just started buying on the exchanges. It's cheaper now than mining, anyway. Sorry I couldn't be of more help. If you come in the irc channel, wolf is there. He's the algo guru. He might be able to assist you.

Cheers,
-Clay

I use sgminer but with 14.6 driver

Sgminer 5 has been working very consistently for me. Check your drivers. My AMD Sapphire 7850 needed driver version 14.5 before it would mine. Read any errors/logs if you have an issue.

Here is a .bat that should work, Invoker:
Code:
color 02
setx GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT 100
setx GPU_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS 1
C:\Users\Steven[replace with your username]\sgminer-5\sgminer.exe -I 18 -g 2 --thread-concurrency 13188 --rawintensity 131088 --worksize 64

Of course, adjust the path as needed. I can't promise that is the perfect config for your 7970 but, my 7850 never complains, nor my other GPU's and all put up very respectable marks. Don't forget to crank the fan up to 100% when you do get it to hash.

It can be frustrating, installing new drivers, uninstalling, reinstalling. Trust me, I know that frustration well. Others get lucky and it works the first try. Persist and you will get it. No one said it would always be easy. Wink

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February 03, 2016, 03:22:52 AM
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So the community is aware, I will be sending the EverGreenCoin Foundation's balance of EverGreenCoin in transactions of ~10k to another wallet (ELynMfNpvy94BSgqc8KhJxyHD9tbQ1WS4v) and then back to the foundation's public address (EdFwYw4Mo2Zq6CFM2yNJgXvE2DTJxgdBRX) to clean up all of the inputs as it's wallet is beginning to struggle with the many thousands of inputs. The EverGreenCoin Foundation's balance at the time of this writing is 62212 EGC.

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February 03, 2016, 03:56:52 AM
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...i ONLY use a daemon under linux - and its ONLY console ... so i had no idea about the gui wallet ...
CLI MASTAH

the gui method really does make it easy ... i just wont ( actually cant ) use it on the vps daemons Tongue ...

ssh -X -C
(some configuration required)

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February 03, 2016, 05:26:41 AM
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So the community is aware, I will be sending the EverGreenCoin Foundation's balance of EverGreenCoin in transactions of ~10k to another wallet (ELynMfNpvy94BSgqc8KhJxyHD9tbQ1WS4v) and then back to the foundation's public address (EdFwYw4Mo2Zq6CFM2yNJgXvE2DTJxgdBRX) to clean up all of the inputs as it's wallet is beginning to struggle with the many thousands of inputs. The EverGreenCoin Foundation's balance at the time of this writing is 62212 EGC.

The EverGreenCoin Foundation's cleanup of balance inputs is halfway complete as can be viewed here in the balance of the wallet I am using to do so.

I would also like to take this opportunity to present to you the new EverGreenCoin Transaction Explorer. It can be found at http://Transactions.EverGreenCoin.org  Grin


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February 03, 2016, 06:30:28 AM
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So the community is aware, I will be sending the EverGreenCoin Foundation's balance of EverGreenCoin in transactions of ~10k to another wallet (ELynMfNpvy94BSgqc8KhJxyHD9tbQ1WS4v) and then back to the foundation's public address (EdFwYw4Mo2Zq6CFM2yNJgXvE2DTJxgdBRX) to clean up all of the inputs as it's wallet is beginning to struggle with the many thousands of inputs. The EverGreenCoin Foundation's balance at the time of this writing is 62212 EGC.

The EverGreenCoin Foundation's cleanup of balance inputs is halfway complete as can be viewed here in the balance of the wallet I am using to do so.

I would also like to take this opportunity to present to you the new EverGreenCoin Transaction Explorer. It can be found at http://Transactions.EverGreenCoin.org  Grin



And the cleanup is complete. The EverGreenCoin Foundation's balance is 62248.31522302 EGC at the time of this writing.

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February 03, 2016, 06:48:46 AM
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...i ONLY use a daemon under linux - and its ONLY console ... so i had no idea about the gui wallet ...
CLI MASTAH

the gui method really does make it easy ... i just wont ( actually cant ) use it on the vps daemons Tongue ...

ssh -X -C
(some configuration required)

xBrooks

tanx mate ...

that will only work IF i had any of the xorg extensions built in - which i dont ...

btw - is that not the same as ... ssh -Y ...

Wink ...

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hi all,
i try get data from jsonrpc, i send this
{"jsonrpc":"1.0","method":"getbalance ESeAJTUbTpKyQVoCsPivGsrCPfBDKTxmkC","id":1}
and i get
 [Error: failed [404] {"result":null,"error":{"code":-32601,"message":"Method not found"},"id":1} ]
but i send this
{"jsonrpc":"1.0","method":"getbalance","id":1}
and i get 0.20000000. this is true.

thanks for response.

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somehow I read the name Eva Green
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February 03, 2016, 08:16:44 AM
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hi all,
i try get data from jsonrpc, i send this
{"jsonrpc":"1.0","method":"getbalance ESeAJTUbTpKyQVoCsPivGsrCPfBDKTxmkC","id":1}
and i get
 [Error: failed [404] {"result":null,"error":{"code":-32601,"message":"Method not found"},"id":1} ]
but i send this
{"jsonrpc":"1.0","method":"getbalance","id":1}
and i get 0.20000000. this is true.

thanks for response.



Perhaps you are looking for getreceivedbyaddress ESeAJTUbTpKyQVoCsPivGsrCPfBDKTxmkC ?

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Can this coin be mined solo ?


Yes, it can be with a decent amount of hash (>1 mh/s). However, PoW mining difficulty has been consistantly high since the price surge begain a few days ago. Pool mining is probably more profitable unless you have a very large amount of hash (> 10 mh/s).

That said, myself and other members of the in the IRC have solo'd blocks with even CPU mining.

cheers

do I need to do something with the wallet other than load this evergreencoin.conf file into my roaming folder ?

rpcuser=Eg3sFexxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxVBfD
rpcpassword=j
rpcport=5758
server=1
listen=1

Add
Code:
daemon=1
rpcallowip=x.x.x.x
to your config. rpcallowip should be the IP of the miner or you can use rpcallowip= localhost, 127.0.0.1, *, or 192/168.1.1/24 as you see fit. Using the specific IP of the machine you are allowing to make the remote procedure call from would be the most secure.

Thanks I'm hashing and finding blocks now but when i start i get a windows error saying
 "this application has requested the runtime to terminate in an unusual way "

the miner still works as i say

any clues what this runtime thing is

cheers
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February 03, 2016, 12:19:46 PM
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Can this coin be mined solo ?


Yes, it can be with a decent amount of hash (>1 mh/s). However, PoW mining difficulty has been consistantly high since the price surge begain a few days ago. Pool mining is probably more profitable unless you have a very large amount of hash (> 10 mh/s).

That said, myself and other members of the in the IRC have solo'd blocks with even CPU mining.

cheers

do I need to do something with the wallet other than load this evergreencoin.conf file into my roaming folder ?

rpcuser=Eg3sFexxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxVBfD
rpcpassword=j
rpcport=5758
server=1
listen=1

Add
Code:
daemon=1
rpcallowip=x.x.x.x
to your config. rpcallowip should be the IP of the miner or you can use rpcallowip= localhost, 127.0.0.1, *, or 192/168.1.1/24 as you see fit. Using the specific IP of the machine you are allowing to make the remote procedure call from would be the most secure.

Thanks I'm hashing and finding blocks now but when i start i get a windows error saying
 "this application has requested the runtime to terminate in an unusual way "

the miner still works as i say

any clues what this runtime thing is

cheers

Glad to hear you got your mining working. If you restart your machine, that error will stop.

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