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Author Topic: [ANN][EGC] EverGreenCoin | Environmental Green Causes | Full 7% PoS | Foundation  (Read 273079 times)
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February 11, 2016, 01:01:53 AM
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Under the "Wallets" section.

Translators please update your translated EGC OP to reflect this. If you click quote on the English OP you will see the BBC source and how I added it to the layout. Copy and paste that new text into your translated page. PM me if you are in need of assistance in doing so. Thank you in advance.

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February 11, 2016, 01:04:30 AM
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dev and community is trying to push the project up but market is down in bittrex Huh
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February 11, 2016, 02:32:19 AM
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dev and community is trying to push the project up but market is down in bittrex Huh

Yes, myself and the team are working very diligently. Our comminity is as well and, we thank you all. I am not sure why anyone would be selling at these prices and at this point in time. I agree,  Huh  This is why I am a developer and not a trader.  Wink

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February 11, 2016, 06:35:07 AM
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Hello guyz.. I just want to ask, how many hours does it take to proceed my wallet for STAKING? or is there  a minimum amount of EGC in order to start for staking? and another else., do I need to keep my wallet open for 24hours to received the 7% staking . thank you in advance for answering this concern.

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February 11, 2016, 07:21:35 AM
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Hello guyz.. I just want to ask, how many hours does it take to proceed my wallet for STAKING? or is there  a minimum amount of EGC in order to start for staking? and another else., do I need to keep my wallet open for 24hours to received the 7% staking . thank you in advance for answering this concern.

Mininum staking age is 24 hours. That is 24 hours after maturity. You wallet will begin staking after about 25 hours of recieving your first EverGreenCoin. You do not need your wallet open during this time. But after it passes, you will need your wallet open and unlocked (for staking or for staking and spending) for staking to start.

There is no minimum amount of EGC. You will collect 7% on even small balances. Mind you, with a small balance comes low weight. All this means is, while yes you will collect 7% annual, you will not see frequent payments towards it. Wallets with greater weight see more frequent payments but, still see 7% annual also.

No, you do not need your wallet running 24 hours for staking. But, at very minimal leave it opened and unlocked (for staking or for staking and spending) at least 12 hours every 30 days.

You may wish to take a look at this post as there is further explaination of the staking requierments.

I hope that helps. Happy staking!

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February 11, 2016, 07:34:57 AM
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Some more good news to share with you today:

Quote from: Steve of CryptoChainer.com
Steven,

I will certainly add your coin to CryptoChainer.  I am syncing the blockchain now[...]

Steve
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CryptoChainer.com is a service website that provides current copies of supported coin's blockchains. This will be a very useful resource when bootstrapping the EverGreenCoin blockchain and we are thankful for the addition which will be complete as soon as possible by CryptoChainer's staff. I will update you when it is live and also post a EGC donation address for CryptoChainer as soon as I have that information.

EverGreenCoin is live on CryptoChainer and CryptoChainer's EGC donation address is: ELeXSCBZkiUNbApipLF9bzP6Bu2RnbfAte

If you could please, send them a donation as the do need to cover server costs to provide us this service. They have also given EverGreenCoin, "the top slot on the site, with a 'new' badge". That was very kind of them to do.

Thanks in advance for showing them how supportive our community is and, of course, thank you CryptoChainer!

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February 11, 2016, 07:35:49 AM
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Thank you. Evergreen, I presume you're the developer right? though this coin is hitting the ground and someone is selling at the lowest price, Im still hoping for the success of this coin. thank you once again for the quick response.. have a great day Grin

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February 11, 2016, 09:05:05 AM
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Thank you. Evergreen, I presume you're the developer right? though this coin is hitting the ground and someone is selling at the lowest price, Im still hoping for the success of this coin. thank you once again for the quick response.. have a great day Grin

You are very welcome bitdragon2016 and I am glad to help! Yes, my name is Steven Saxton and I am the Lead Developer and Foundation Founder of EverGreenCoin. I do think our success is imminent but yes, it does seem the market presently does not see that so clear. The bright side of that is it is a good time for new people to join-in at a low cost. Perhaps now is a good time to buy the EverGreenCoin one will use to purchase the EverGreenCoin Solar Miner with. Of course that could not be projected with precision but, it could prove to be a large savings as surely that will increase demand. Also, PoW won't last forever. Wink  If you do not know, PoW will last ~6 months. ~4 1/2 months remain. That stop to the supply alone will drive demand and subsequently the price.

I thank you for your wishes of success for EverGreenCoin. You have a great day as well.  Smiley

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February 11, 2016, 09:14:55 AM
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Under the "Wallets" section.

Translators please update your translated EGC OP to reflect this. If you click quote on the English OP you will see the BBC source and how I added it to the layout. Copy and paste that new text into your translated page. PM me if you are in need of assistance in doing so. Thank you in advance.

Done for Romanian thread

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February 11, 2016, 11:16:32 AM
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Hello evergreen, im just a little bit confused about the wallet. if ever my computer is broken, how can i used the backup wallet.dat? let's see I need to download again the wallet and after that? how can I recover my coins using that back up file.. coz I can't see the IMPORT button. thanks once again..

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February 11, 2016, 11:30:28 AM
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Hello evergreen, im just a little bit confused about the wallet. if ever my computer is broken, how can i used the backup wallet.dat? let's see I need to download again the wallet and after that? how can I recover my coins using that back up file.. coz I can't see the IMPORT button. thanks once again..

To backup, simply keep a copy of your wallet.dat file in a safe place. Your wallet.dat file can be found on Windows within %APPDATA%\EverGreenCoin\ or otherwise stated, C:\Users\YOUR USERNAME HERE\AppData\Roaming\EverGreenCoin\
On Mac OS X it can be found within /Users/YOUR USERNAME HERE/Library/Application Support/EverGreenCoin/
on Linux it can be found withing ~/.evergreencoin/ or otherwise stated, /home/YOUR USERNAME HERE/.evergreencoin/

In the event your current computer becomes none functional, your wallet.dat file could be used on your replacement computer. Storing your private key in a safe location is another way to achieve this safety and has a similar recovery method but, making a copy of the wallet.dat is slightly easier.


For example, I use 2 usb memory stick and a portable hdd. I have lost some bitcoins 3 years ago and since then I have 5 backups for the wallet file:)

Hope it helps

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February 11, 2016, 11:42:33 AM
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Thanks maxamus, I really appreciate your assistance,,, its a great help  Grin

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February 11, 2016, 11:39:33 PM
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While we're on the topic of wallet backup...

Suppose someone wants to just export their wallet keys somehow and have those scribbled on paper or saved to a text file on a floppy, where the wallet.dat wouldn't otherwise fit --

How would one go about exporting the vitals of the wallet so they could be imported into a wallet later?

RTFM replies with good links will be greatly appreciated.

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February 12, 2016, 01:20:32 AM
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While we're on the topic of wallet backup...

Suppose someone wants to just export their wallet keys somehow and have those scribbled on paper or saved to a text file on a floppy, where the wallet.dat wouldn't otherwise fit --

How would one go about exporting the vitals of the wallet so they could be imported into a wallet later?

RTFM replies with good links will be greatly appreciated.

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Hi Chicago. The RPC command dumpprivkey will do this. As requested, RTFM link Smiley

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February 12, 2016, 06:30:21 AM
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Thanks maxamus, I really appreciate your assistance,,, its a great help  Grin

No probs, we are here to help. You should  thank to the evergreencoin team, as they provided the answer earlier in the thread, I have just pasted the answer:)

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February 13, 2016, 01:18:52 AM
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Dev of CARB claims that you are copying him.

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February 13, 2016, 02:23:24 AM
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Dev of CARB claims that you are copying him.

what is carb? ...

bct link please? ...

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February 13, 2016, 02:24:22 AM
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Dev of CARB claims that you are copying him.

LOL, what is CARB? I assure you, I have never stolen any idea or copied any idea and claimed it as my own. A lot of coins have, or claim to have, environmentally friendly objectives. Perhaps this "Dev of CARB" has confused this sharing of a common goal with copying? Surly "Dev of CARB" can not claim environmentally friendly initiatives are his or her idea. Not even exclusively to crypto.

Can you please direct me towards these accusations? I have sent you a PM. If anyone thinks I have copied their work or ideas and dishonestly tried to take credit for that work or idea, I would like to clear the confusion because surly, I have not.

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February 13, 2016, 03:29:20 AM
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Trying to learn Ubuntu and figured I'd try it on my mini staking machine first since the 11 are so coins I'm staking are maxing out the 4 cores. So the question I have is once I download EGC wallet to Ubunta, can I just copy/paste my windows wallet.dat to Ubuntu or is not compatible? I also noticed CryptoChainer.com does not have a Linux version would the windows version work? Thanks for any help
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February 13, 2016, 03:38:44 AM
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Trying to learn Ubuntu and figured I'd try it on my mini staking machine first since the 11 are so coins I'm staking are maxing out the 4 cores. So the question I have is once I download EGC wallet to Ubunta, can I just copy/paste my windows wallet.dat to Ubuntu or is not compatible? I also noticed CryptoChainer.com does not have a Linux version would the windows version work? Thanks for any help

the wallet is definitely transferable ...

for staking - on any system - all you will need is the wallet.dat that holds your coins and the .conf you setup ...

i have everything under fedora 23 x64 and centos 7 x64 os systems ( redhat based systems ) - so ubuntu ( a debian based system ) works very well also ...

if you use the windows version ( not advisable ) in ubuntu - you will need to install wine' and its components for the windows compatibility to work ...

though it is advisable to have a native install of the wallet / daemon compiled in the os itself - as it will function as expected if done that way ...

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