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December 28, 2017, 01:02:19 AM
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#sexcoin to the sun🚀
I ran out #sexcoin I did not think that it would go up so much ... 🤑🤣🍷

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December 28, 2017, 09:37:57 AM
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something is going to the moon, hopefully its just the coin  Wink
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December 28, 2017, 06:16:39 PM
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#Sexcoin
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December 28, 2017, 08:15:52 PM
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Can I have a link to the Yobit wallets on the SXC blockchain?

I suspect them from stealing my coins. I want proof that they still have the funds at all and are not selling on other exchanges...

This information is very difficult to track down if the exchange is actively obfuscating their wallets. We attempted this with Cryptsy and Coinex.pw when they melted down, and had only marginal success.
If you have the records of addresses ( transaction ID's would be the place to start ) that yobit has used to send coins TO you ( i.e. a successful withdrawal ), it can be used to get a general picture of what is going on. Also you will need the addresses they have used to send to all others. However, remember that it only takes one address 'on the sly' for them to do what you are talking about.

When you deposit coins to an exchange, the exchange has the deposit address tied to your trade account, and when coins arrive to that address, they put them into a big pool of coins of the same type. Then your trade account is credited as 'owning' that many coins in their big pool.  At this point, the coins you own is nothing but a database/accounting record. The coins only exist in the exchange's 'big pool' and they keep a record of your trades, debiting and crediting your trade accounts as you execute and place orders, but the coins don't actually get 'moved' to an address that is unique to you. This is why trading can happen so rapidly, its only a database record that get changed. An honest exchange will be able to audit all users involved, and the total amount in the trade accounts should equal the amount in their 'big tank', minus any fees they charge. It is because of this abstraction layer that exchanges have to be trusted. There is nothing a user can do to prove his holdings, at least after they have made a trade.

Please don't take this statement as being callous to the situation.

This is why it is not a good idea to use exchanges for wallets.
This is why we do not endorse exchanges.

My own personal opinion is that exchanges are a 'necessary evil'. Cryptsy was a great exchange until it wasn't. Coinex.pw had a history of going above and beyond to service its clients, until it didn't.

It is this reason that Sexcoin is working hard to be able to get onto decentralized exchanges, and shapeshift. Every member of the dev team has lost coins in an exchange meltdown, and the worst part about yobit is that they don't just shut their doors down, they keep putting more coins up for exchange, and keep getting new crops of people sending coins to them. My own opinion is that they make sure that the big coins work well so they can continue to fleece people on smaller volume coins.

My last pull of Yobit's API showed about 250000 coins up for sale in the orderbook. This does not reveal how many coins are held in people's trade accounts.

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December 28, 2017, 08:26:34 PM
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Don't you think that governments won't be happy about having an entire adult retail ecosystem out of their reach?
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December 28, 2017, 09:23:11 PM
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Can I have a link to the Yobit wallets on the SXC blockchain?

I suspect them from stealing my coins. I want proof that they still have the funds at all and are not selling on other exchanges...

This information is very difficult to track down if the exchange is actively obfuscating their wallets. We attempted this with Cryptsy and Coinex.pw when they melted down, and had only marginal success.
If you have the records of addresses ( transaction ID's would be the place to start ) that yobit has used to send coins TO you ( i.e. a successful withdrawal ), it can be used to get a general picture of what is going on. Also you will need the addresses they have used to send to all others. However, remember that it only takes one address 'on the sly' for them to do what you are talking about.

When you deposit coins to an exchange, the exchange has the deposit address tied to your trade account, and when coins arrive to that address, they put them into a big pool of coins of the same type. Then your trade account is credited as 'owning' that many coins in their big pool.  At this point, the coins you own is nothing but a database/accounting record. The coins only exist in the exchange's 'big pool' and they keep a record of your trades, debiting and crediting your trade accounts as you execute and place orders, but the coins don't actually get 'moved' to an address that is unique to you. This is why trading can happen so rapidly, its only a database record that get changed. An honest exchange will be able to audit all users involved, and the total amount in the trade accounts should equal the amount in their 'big tank', minus any fees they charge. It is because of this abstraction layer that exchanges have to be trusted. There is nothing a user can do to prove his holdings, at least after they have made a trade.

Please don't take this statement as being callous to the situation.

This is why it is not a good idea to use exchanges for wallets.
This is why we do not endorse exchanges.

My own personal opinion is that exchanges are a 'necessary evil'. Cryptsy was a great exchange until it wasn't. Coinex.pw had a history of going above and beyond to service its clients, until it didn't.

It is this reason that Sexcoin is working hard to be able to get onto decentralized exchanges, and shapeshift. Every member of the dev team has lost coins in an exchange meltdown, and the worst part about yobit is that they don't just shut their doors down, they keep putting more coins up for exchange, and keep getting new crops of people sending coins to them. My own opinion is that they make sure that the big coins work well so they can continue to fleece people on smaller volume coins.

My last pull of Yobit's API showed about 250000 coins up for sale in the orderbook. This does not reveal how many coins are held in people's trade accounts.


It is actually very easy to track down exchange addresses.
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December 28, 2017, 10:00:35 PM
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It is actually very easy to track down exchange addresses.

Please explain... we've been able to track some but never been able to get a complete picture.

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December 29, 2017, 12:56:04 AM
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It is actually very easy to track down exchange addresses.

Please explain... we've been able to track some but never been able to get a complete picture.

Tracking BCH and BTG would be good

certainly would catch exchanges out (if trading them) who did not distribute to clients

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December 29, 2017, 01:34:19 AM
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something is going to the moon, hopefully its just the coin  Wink

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Love u guys and sweet girls! To the moon!!
Just as Info, the moons distance from Earth is 350.000 km. & I remember SXC on 11 sats,... 😉 0.00000011 BTC we are now near 0.00001000 BTC   
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December 29, 2017, 02:15:10 AM
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I don't understand how the faucet works, what are the slices  Huh

Yesterday I got ~0.2 SXC at payout time and rolled 1-2 times, today I rolled more and got only ~0.04 SXC at payout time.

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December 29, 2017, 02:28:08 PM
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A quick reminder:

NovaExchange will be shutting their doors soon ( with a hopeful promise to reopen under new management). If you have holdings there, you need to get them out before they shut down.
Check their news feed for the schedule.


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December 29, 2017, 04:13:32 PM
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Houston we have liftoff! Time to get SXC again.
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December 29, 2017, 05:19:15 PM
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Hello, need assistance here with unconfirmed transaction. Already posted on support sxcforum but no response yet.

TX ID
90173fb4d84e07c543ee55afad64b80e299bf3ad1f53970771a7d524571d148

is stuck in limbo for more than 24hs, still 0 confirmations.

I've the client synced and connected but nothing happens.

Are the coins lost or is there a way to recover the transaction?

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Hello, need assistance here with unconfirmed transaction. Already posted on support sxcforum but no response yet.

TX ID
90173fb4d84e07c543ee55afad64b80e299bf3ad1f53970771a7d524571d148

is stuck in limbo for more than 24hs, still 0 confirmations.

I've the client synced and connected but nothing happens.

Are the coins lost or is there a way to recover the transaction?



The coins are not lost, the transaction is not on the blockchain.

What client version are you using? ( help|About Sexcoin )

EDIT: I just noticed there is no line in the detail for reporting transaction flags. I'm betting you are almost certainly on 0.6.4.x.
Make a backup of your wallet.dat file, download and install the new client ( https://sexcoin.info/downloads.php ).
Start the new client, you will need to re-download the entire blockchain ( sorry, but the new client needs to do this ).
After the blockchain is sync'd, replace the new wallet.dat file with the old wallet.dat .

IF the transaction still does not go through, you will need to restart the client with '-zapwallettxes=1' to free the coins up. After that, you will be able to create a new, valid transaction to send the coins.

The old wallet has approximately a 70% transaction failure rate because of the changes to the sexcoin network. You got lucky on your first send.

NOTE: We've had reports of the Mac client taking a long time to sync ( days according to some reports ). My tests have shown that it is probably because of wi-fi going to sleep or the computer going to sleep. Use a wired connection if possible and stop the Mac from going to sleep. You can also use the bootstrap file to help speed this up: https://github.com/sexcoin-project/sexcoin-bootstrap

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December 29, 2017, 09:39:30 PM
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Great, thank you. I'll try.

See you on the moon.  Grin
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December 29, 2017, 10:35:33 PM
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Great, thank you. I'll try.

See you on the moon.  Grin

We've got a chair set up for you! Welcome back!

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December 30, 2017, 02:24:18 AM
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#sexcoin Download me
I'm here https://sexcoinwallet.com/
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December 30, 2017, 10:10:30 AM
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I don't understand how the faucet works, what are the slices  Huh

Yesterday I got ~0.2 SXC at payout time and rolled 1-2 times, today I rolled more and got only ~0.04 SXC at payout time.

Hi StelioKontos. I give away the SXC I mine. It can be costly and I do have a limited supply from mining and past donations. Also, the more attractive the SXC price becomes, the more motivated the fraudulent attempts are. I apologize for the downtime of recent weeks these attempts have caused also. But please understand this is only one of my many commitments.

Payouts were reduced so I can be sure the free service is uninterrupted in the future. Each 'slice' of the 'round' (aka 'entry per hour' in the 'past 24 hours') is now worth .0069 SXC. It was .069 SXC prior.

Thanks in advance for understanding. Donations graciously accepted: SE8RBBYpzJtKefCQgf3CaRkR81DDVj9b5N

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December 30, 2017, 10:25:02 AM
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It is actually very easy to track down exchange addresses.

Please explain... we've been able to track some but never been able to get a complete picture.

How healthy is the SXC network and which of the exchanges in OP are still valid? Also, is Yobit wallet in maintenance or is it live?
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December 30, 2017, 02:44:51 PM
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It is actually very easy to track down exchange addresses.

Please explain... we've been able to track some but never been able to get a complete picture.

How healthy is the SXC network and which of the exchanges in OP are still valid? Also, is Yobit wallet in maintenance or is it live?

Sexcoin network: https://www.coinwarz.com/cryptocurrency/coins/sexcoin
Our major nodes are showing around 70 to 80 connections. Judging from the differences in addresses and entries in our dnsseeders we estimate approx. 300 active nodes.

Livecoin.net and Cryptopia.co.nz are very active exchanges. NovaExchange is closing down for everyone. NLExchange is still active, and is run by a very long time pool op.

Yobit :
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1272422.msg25669153#msg25669153
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1272422.msg26263594#msg26263594

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