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August 17, 2017, 06:10:39 PM
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Hello, I would like to invest heavily in this project, but what's up with the wallet? I downloaded 32bit version (64 doesn't work) and used the last bootstrap, it synced correctly so I sent 40k TES as a test but they never arrive. My adress is 5pP1wnVpsukyWax68kbWJAhaszKxyzgcJL and the transaction number is 680fb05e3934cd4af6d8d21a4d1141938988cdd04fd43eb90dbf45a21b559707f45a21b559707 but in the block explorer nothing appears. Does that mean I lost them?

You're tx will be included. Don't worry.

I still haven't received any coins since the 4th of August, but it's fine I'll be patient.

well, your tx is the slowest tx I've ever seen in TES history. Where did you sent it from? Hope is not yobit...

Cryptopia

https://gyazo.com/bf2d43a5abbfe752b48bf12dd103e7d7

I'm on block 1295825 currently on my wallet.

Looks like your blocks are really left behind. Please use this conf file to sync your wallet. My block is 1297196.

https://ufile.io/4e7jc
Don't worry man I'm fully synced, the problem is neither the tx nor the address appears on the block explorer.
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August 18, 2017, 11:51:56 AM
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Hello, I would like to invest heavily in this project, but what's up with the wallet? I downloaded 32bit version (64 doesn't work) and used the last bootstrap, it synced correctly so I sent 40k TES as a test but they never arrive. My adress is 5pP1wnVpsukyWax68kbWJAhaszKxyzgcJL and the transaction number is 680fb05e3934cd4af6d8d21a4d1141938988cdd04fd43eb90dbf45a21b559707f45a21b559707 but in the block explorer nothing appears. Does that mean I lost them?

You're tx will be included. Don't worry.

I still haven't received any coins since the 4th of August, but it's fine I'll be patient.

well, your tx is the slowest tx I've ever seen in TES history. Where did you sent it from? Hope is not yobit...

Cryptopia

https://gyazo.com/bf2d43a5abbfe752b48bf12dd103e7d7

I'm on block 1295825 currently on my wallet.

Looks like your blocks are really left behind. Please use this conf file to sync your wallet. My block is 1297196.

https://ufile.io/4e7jc
Don't worry man I'm fully synced, the problem is neither the tx nor the address appears on the block explorer.

Is it cryptopia? Their teslacoin wallet is still under maintenance. They are syncing new blocks. After the maintenance your coins will appear instantly. Now teslacoin transfers really flying.
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August 18, 2017, 02:55:07 PM
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Hello, I would like to invest heavily in this project, but what's up with the wallet? I downloaded 32bit version (64 doesn't work) and used the last bootstrap, it synced correctly so I sent 40k TES as a test but they never arrive. My adress is 5pP1wnVpsukyWax68kbWJAhaszKxyzgcJL and the transaction number is 680fb05e3934cd4af6d8d21a4d1141938988cdd04fd43eb90dbf45a21b559707f45a21b559707 but in the block explorer nothing appears. Does that mean I lost them?

You're tx will be included. Don't worry.

I still haven't received any coins since the 4th of August, but it's fine I'll be patient.

well, your tx is the slowest tx I've ever seen in TES history. Where did you sent it from? Hope is not yobit...

Cryptopia

https://gyazo.com/bf2d43a5abbfe752b48bf12dd103e7d7

I'm on block 1295825 currently on my wallet.

Looks like your blocks are really left behind. Please use this conf file to sync your wallet. My block is 1297196.

https://ufile.io/4e7jc
Don't worry man I'm fully synced, the problem is neither the tx nor the address appears on the block explorer.

As Tara11 said, Cryptopia is Resyncing blockchain. Your tx should appear soon  Smiley



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August 18, 2017, 02:56:40 PM
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Now I see what you mean.
Having PoW ruins the "energy efficient" image of TES
Having PoS means you have to have a very high % of the total supply "staking" to have an stable network. (let's say 90%, so if any big dog sends his coins (10%), it's still 80% of the coins staking)
Did I get it right?

Yes.  I'm just throwing out various ideas and "thinking out loud" about this.  Frankly, I'm concluding that regardless of the issues I have raised, PoS may make it the best option (or some variation therefrom).  Doesn't require a lot of computing power (especially versus PoW) and allows the network to run.  Are there times where there might be hiccups?  Yes.  But that's always a reality of coins, perhaps it is, for most situations, irrelevant in this discussion, I'm not sure.

Energy efficiency, again, if I have to "mine" with a 1kwh ASIC miner (being more efficient than any normal computer with a wallet or mining program) just to have a chance to get the block with the minimal fees, that's, in the higher range of various areas, like $.40 an hour, $9.20 a day, or $276 a month.  As you put it, letting a raspberry pi do the work associated with PoS is substantially cheaper (at $1 a month). A raspberry pi would be incapable of doing the PoW as people would compete and provide more and more powerful computers to try and complete the PoW faster than the next person to get the transaction fees.  So with the raspberry pi we really would need PoS or some variation based upon PoS.

I really appreciate you thinking out loud. That's what we need to improve.

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August 18, 2017, 02:57:45 PM
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