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April 30, 2016, 06:11:56 AM
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can someone post some nodes? I had 16+ connections before the update now only 4...

You can alway look at which nodes were available in the last 24 hours at chainz:
https://chainz.cryptoid.info/rads/#!network
Just press "node list" behind the latest wallet version Smiley.

addnode=104.156.251.173
addnode=107.188.243.0
addnode=109.173.7.165
addnode=110.200.78.61
addnode=124.40.63.69
addnode=159.203.3.74
addnode=166.48.75.134
addnode=171.100.14.112
addnode=172.82.165.91
addnode=174.1.57.160
addnode=176.78.49.153
addnode=178.62.196.53
addnode=178.83.166.132
addnode=185.8.126.230
addnode=192.241.196.193
addnode=194.135.82.244
addnode=194.135.93.51
addnode=211.133.180.198
addnode=213.177.120.34
addnode=213.209.70.49
addnode=222.96.201.66
addnode=36.85.36.82
addnode=37.204.57.61
addnode=46.166.186.246
addnode=46.185.113.197
addnode=46.236.161.66
addnode=46.63.253.109
addnode=50.157.173.168
addnode=50.191.30.64
addnode=59.189.106.77
addnode=65.30.180.51
addnode=66.223.177.115
addnode=73.108.11.206
addnode=77.187.244.190
addnode=77.242.68.180
addnode=81.221.207.37
addnode=81.227.243.16
addnode=84.112.135.122
addnode=85.179.176.240
addnode=86.179.14.16
addnode=87.253.12.227
addnode=87.81.138.30
addnode=88.161.1.223
addnode=88.96.204.54
addnode=89.212.124.8
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April 30, 2016, 06:32:30 AM
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can you tell me where from and where to you were sending the coins? was it from an exchange to your wallet?

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Yes,it was poloniex.
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April 30, 2016, 06:36:25 AM
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can you tell me where from and where to you were sending the coins? was it from an exchange to your wallet?

JJ
Yes,it was poloniex.

What is your current wallet version?
When you have a look at the block explorer you can see that the transaction was successful: https://chainz.cryptoid.info/rads/address.dws?Xs3tt5AAuYZJozEJfTeG1EbDYZFPQ2bcBJ.htm
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April 30, 2016, 01:24:22 PM
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can you tell me where from and where to you were sending the coins? was it from an exchange to your wallet?

JJ
Yes,it was poloniex.

What is your current wallet version?
When you have a look at the block explorer you can see that the transaction was successful: https://chainz.cryptoid.info/rads/address.dws?Xs3tt5AAuYZJozEJfTeG1EbDYZFPQ2bcBJ.htm
thank you for the replay.The transaction seem to be successful but my balance is the same.v1.3.0.1-g32a928e is the version of the wallet.
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April 30, 2016, 02:06:46 PM
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can you tell me where from and where to you were sending the coins? was it from an exchange to your wallet?

JJ
Yes,it was poloniex.

What is your current wallet version?
When you have a look at the block explorer you can see that the transaction was successful: https://chainz.cryptoid.info/rads/address.dws?Xs3tt5AAuYZJozEJfTeG1EbDYZFPQ2bcBJ.htm
thank you for the replay.The transaction seem to be successful but my balance is the same.v1.3.0.1-g32a928e is the version of the wallet.

Then you do not have to worry. It is because you are using an old version of the wallet and thereby forked to a different chain.
You will have to update to version 1.4.0.2 in order to get back on the correct blockchain and access your funds.
All information about how to update can be found here: https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Radium_SmartChain/upgrade_to_1.4.0.2
You can download the wallet here: https://github.com/tm2013/Radium/releases
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April 30, 2016, 06:32:56 PM
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Hey gerb and iTradeChips! I have you both listed as potential translators. We're in the process of redoing the ANN, and after it's finalized we'll certainly need new translations. Thanks for reaching out! I'll be in touch once our content is finalized!

hi devs and radium peeps. are there any bounties for translating to other languages? I can translate to Filipino. if you look at the local thread you will see a lot of pinoys here with lots of activity so it could really help promote the coin.

hi devs and radium peeps. are there any bounties for translating to other languages? I can translate to Filipino. if you look at the local thread you will see a lot of pinoys here with lots of activity so it could really help promote the coin.

Hi! Ill make sure your put on our list of translators!  When we need a translation, ill make sure someone reaches out.

JJ

Hi JJ,

I'm here if you need spanish translator, I don't see the spanish thread if you need it send me a message and I start immediately
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May 01, 2016, 12:25:04 PM
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can you tell me where from and where to you were sending the coins? was it from an exchange to your wallet?

JJ
Yes,it was poloniex.

What is your current wallet version?
When you have a look at the block explorer you can see that the transaction was successful: https://chainz.cryptoid.info/rads/address.dws?Xs3tt5AAuYZJozEJfTeG1EbDYZFPQ2bcBJ.htm
thank you for the replay.The transaction seem to be successful but my balance is the same.v1.3.0.1-g32a928e is the version of the wallet.

Then you do not have to worry. It is because you are using an old version of the wallet and thereby forked to a different chain.
You will have to update to version 1.4.0.2 in order to get back on the correct blockchain and access your funds.
All information about how to update can be found here: https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Radium_SmartChain/upgrade_to_1.4.0.2
You can download the wallet here: https://github.com/tm2013/Radium/releases
Thank you very much.I manage to update a wallet and is everithing ok now.
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May 01, 2016, 12:58:09 PM
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How is ping affects on staking?
I am staking from asia, but maybe better to rent dedicated server in US and stake there?
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May 01, 2016, 01:17:08 PM
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How is ping affects on staking?
I am staking from asia, but maybe better to rent dedicated server in US and stake there?

We have many nodes setup in Asia, including one dedicated node in Tokyo. Ping times should be fine from Asia.

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May 01, 2016, 01:20:13 PM
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How is ping affects on staking?
I am staking from asia, but maybe better to rent dedicated server in US and stake there?

We have many nodes setup in Asia, including one dedicated node in Tokyo. Ping times should be fine from Asia.
How about settings? Should I set up something? City Bangkok
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May 01, 2016, 04:05:15 PM
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How is ping affects on staking?
I am staking from asia, but maybe better to rent dedicated server in US and stake there?

We have many nodes setup in Asia, including one dedicated node in Tokyo. Ping times should be fine from Asia.
How about settings? Should I set up something? City Bangkok

The wallet has the Tokyo node hard-coded in the source, and the wallet should make an effort to find the best connections possible. There should be no need for any configuration changes on your part.

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May 01, 2016, 07:01:31 PM
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Great fork rads is one of the best coins keep on going

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May 02, 2016, 02:42:40 AM
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Great fork rads is one of the best coins keep on going

For sure! even when we are quiet, were working on surprises Cheesy

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May 02, 2016, 09:37:01 AM
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Only 7.1% still running older version wallets. It's looking good!
I do wonder which wallet is running v1.4 with protocol 99005 though Huh
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May 02, 2016, 01:01:11 PM
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Only 7.1% still running older version wallets. It's looking good!
I do wonder which wallet is running v1.4 with protocol 99005 though Huh

How do we find out what our protocol is
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May 02, 2016, 02:22:42 PM
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Only 7.1% still running older version wallets. It's looking good!
I do wonder which wallet is running v1.4 with protocol 99005 though Huh

How do we find out what our protocol is

Are you running a daemon or the Qt wallet?
For the daemon run: radiumd getinfo, you will get a json reply with multiple parameters. One will be "protocolversion" : "...". That is your current protocol.
For Qt just go to Help -> Debug Window -> Console and type getinfo. Once again you will get a json reply with multiple parameters, including protocol version.
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May 03, 2016, 03:35:20 PM
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 Im running 99006. Is this ok?
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May 03, 2016, 03:54:15 PM
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Great fork rads is one of the best coins keep on going
Let's hope that its price will now be adjusted upwards. Cheesy
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May 03, 2016, 07:49:54 PM
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Im running 99006. Is this ok?
yes! That is the latest. Your good to go.

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May 04, 2016, 01:33:17 AM
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Great fork rads is one of the best coins keep on going
Let's hope that its price will now be adjusted upwards. Cheesy
It is the accumulation phase now. Hang on tight for new heights soon.
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