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May 25, 2016, 09:19:21 PM
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Guys, I'm having a problem with the web login since yesterday. Doesn't matter which one I use (login.lisk.io, login01.lisk.io or login02.lisk.io), the same thing happens: I send my LISKS to Poloniex, then it keeps coming back to my balance, and then going on the transaction again... it keeps happening and I don't get any confirmations.

If I log out, the transaction is gone and the LISKS are back in my balance. Can anyone help me, please?

I suspect it is either Ddos attacks or too many requests per node and they are not going thru , have far up the list have you tried?

the more people trying to request actions on a node the busier the nodes and what seems to be the less liklihood of the transaction going thru currently , either by an over load of requests or ddos, technically the same thing, althou one is legitimate requests and one is 10's of thousands of fake requests .

how many different nodes have you tried? the most used ones will likely be the less likely to work as they are the busiest

I've only tried those 3. I wasn't sure if the rest of the list was valid, since the Lisk Team didn't tweet it. Guess it was unofficial, like the rest of the nodes thrown up here in the thread.

I used a 3rd party node, but from a trusted member of the forum, i don't know how safe it is all i can tell you for sure it is worked for me over 12 hours ago


Stuck trying to move $LISK?

Use this WORKING wallet mirror: http://107.170.93.237:8000

TIPS appreciated - LISK 14007737956546258989L or BTC 1A5zBffD75H2kFo4F147xTg6FKvkfZ6Znx

Both Mac and Docker did not work for me so i stood this up for the community on a linux server. I'll keep it up for 24hrs hopefully DDOS will be over by then. Takes about ~40min for a tx to show up on Poloniex. Use at your own risk, no support provided, and all that jazz.

danosphere is a well trusted member of the forum and also a respected member of this forum.

dunno how trusted these nodes are , i mean the creator danosphere is trusted but can someone possibly snoop in on it? not 100% certain

also please whenever someone quotes another user, click the post to be lead to their original post, someone could easily edit the post when quoting someone else and try to trick, so for safety always follow the quote to the original post

Thanks for your help, man. Appreciate it. I don't trust this 100% but I understand your point. I'll wait for the official wallet to work properly.
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May 25, 2016, 09:19:52 PM
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 #22222 post  Grin

GO LISK
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May 25, 2016, 09:20:08 PM
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This node is vulnerable for man-in-the middle attacks. We suggest to have at least SSL installed. Additionally, no matter how trusted an individual is. Everyone can still hack his account on his server provider and change the files. The Lisk team won't endorse 3rd party nodes ever. Smiley

Free certificates for https https://letsencrypt.org/
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May 25, 2016, 09:20:25 PM
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One more thing, that I find interesting.

Most of the potential delegates have their nodes up already. Most of them have web UI enabled, at least some of them with SSL installed.
I myself had three nodes up 20 minutes after launched (and still do), with domain, SSL and everything.
But for one we didn't want to share the addresses that much, don't wanting to be DDoSed, also you can't really know what and who you an trust yet. So we had tons for serves, and web wallets you just didn't know about it or been able to trust them.

By the way this is how and why some were able to send coins without problem while everyone else was struggling. We spent the last two months learning about Lisk, we knew what to do. I think this is more than fair. The better informed you are the best position you are in.

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May 25, 2016, 09:20:39 PM
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Just remember for how long eth was around 120-200k satoshis.

That's in the front of my mind right now. The question is, how long will Lisk sideline?

The Ethereum team actually made a very smart move by structuring its team as a full-fledged startup. They've been able to reach out to startups interested in adding blockchain functionality to their gizmos on a relationary basis: startup to startup (so to speak.) They clicking with real startups like Augur and The DAO is the main reason behind ETH's post-sidelining pump.

At this point, the real risk - and the real opportunity - sinks in. Right now, Lisk is something like a decentralized marketplace. All the advanced features are nice, but nothin' makes a platform go vroooooom like a "SUPER BEST SELLER!!" emerging from its ecosystem. Folks like nothin' better than to hitch their wagons to a star.

This point is where Lisk's lifecycle gets really interesting...



First off we have to shake out the ICO puddle jumpers.  Once those retards get their meager profits and run off to lose it on shitcoins, we can really take off.

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May 25, 2016, 09:20:58 PM
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I have used this lisknode.grumlin.com And now my trnasaction have confirmations, now my question is How much confs are neccessary to see Lisk in Polo?

You should be able to see them immediately on the deposit page. It takes 303 confirmations (3 rounds) to be accepted.

It takes about 70 confirms before your deposit will show as pending in polo..and then 303 to actually confirm.
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May 25, 2016, 09:21:34 PM
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I seriously don't understand this coin,what is suppose to be the client ? The docker ?


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May 25, 2016, 09:21:37 PM
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Oh man, i've got a problem.. i cant send any lisk from any of the login.lisk.

You don't pay enough.
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May 25, 2016, 09:22:17 PM
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I have used this lisknode.grumlin.com And now my trnasaction have confirmations, now my question is How much confs are neccessary to see Lisk in Polo?

You should be able to see them immediately on the deposit page. It takes 303 confirmations (3 rounds) to be accepted.

It takes about 70 confirms before your deposit will show as pending in polo..and then 303 to actually confirm.


Good to know. Danke! Smiley

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May 25, 2016, 09:22:50 PM
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Oh man, i've got a problem.. i cant send any lisk from any of the login.lisk.

Forget you need to install docker and do some nerd shit to get your coin out
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May 25, 2016, 09:23:24 PM
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The launch screamers are pissed they couldn't dump first.  lol @ them.  fuck 'em
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May 25, 2016, 09:23:48 PM
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Could someone help me ? Just 24h trying to get my coin
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May 25, 2016, 09:24:20 PM
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This node is vulnerable for man-in-the middle attacks. We suggest to have at least SSL installed. Additionally, no matter how trusted an individual is. Everyone can still hack his account on his server provider and change the files. The Lisk team won't endorse 3rd party nodes ever. Smiley

Free certificates for https https://letsencrypt.org/

Most delegates know about this, and was encouraged to use it, since almost day one.
There is even a guide how to do it on a delegate node.


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May 25, 2016, 09:24:45 PM
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This node is vulnerable for man-in-the middle attacks. We suggest to have at least SSL installed. Additionally, no matter how trusted an individual is. Everyone can still hack his account on his server provider and change the files. The Lisk team won't endorse 3rd party nodes ever. Smiley

thanks for the information, it is why i added a few warnings to my post as i was not 100% sure
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May 25, 2016, 09:25:13 PM
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Just take a look at the richlist: https://explorer.lisk.io/topAccounts

Lisk is doing just fine.

Has liska been reborn on the main chain yet?
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May 25, 2016, 09:27:08 PM
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Still waiting for confirmations.

Do i need to do something with docker to sync the wallet?




Please read this:

My transactions don’t get any confirmations.
Please install the Lisk client locally on your computer, let it completely sync, and try it again. If the problem occurred locally, please restart the client, let it completely sync, and try it again.


https://blog.lisk.io/lisk-launch-post-mortem-what-went-right-what-went-wrong-65fdb1fc8dde#.wf8kng1t9

I must be retarded, but i already read it and i don't see the link to download the client. The only link is the lisk documentation,
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May 25, 2016, 09:28:03 PM
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This node is vulnerable for man-in-the middle attacks. We suggest to have at least SSL installed. Additionally, no matter how trusted an individual is. Everyone can still hack his account on his server provider and change the files. The Lisk team won't endorse 3rd party nodes ever. Smiley

Free certificates for https https://letsencrypt.org/

Most delegates know about this, and was encouraged to use it, since almost day one.
There is even a guide how to do it on a delegate node.

Then the delegates and the rest of this community should be aware that https is not secure enough, if at all, and should not encourage its usage.
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May 25, 2016, 09:29:07 PM
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Using Dock now not more working than .io link.



Just ugh


This coin is a pain in the ass to make it work
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May 25, 2016, 09:29:21 PM
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I have used this lisknode.grumlin.com And now my trnasaction have confirmations, now my question is How much confs are neccessary to see Lisk in Polo?

You should be able to see them immediately on the deposit page. It takes 303 confirmations (3 rounds) to be accepted.

It takes about 70 confirms before your deposit will show as pending in polo..and then 303 to actually confirm.


Good to know. Danke! Smiley


It didn't take me anywhere near 70 confirms to have it start showing at Polo. It started showing at 3 for me last night. For what it's worth.

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May 25, 2016, 09:30:01 PM
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Using Dock now not more working than .io link.



Just ugh


This coin is a pain in the ass to make it work


i used this web wallet https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1346646.msg14969326#msg14969326

worked for me.

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