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September 01, 2017, 12:40:11 AM
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Hey,

nice to have you here Smiley
I really like your ideas, especially that it doesn't need to be a full takeover. Offering a working client which is compatible with the network would involve way less difficulties — the only "problem" would be to spread the word about the new client and get users and, more importantly, exchanges to run it. But that's nothing unsolvable, imho.

I'm inclined to at least give Crowe another chance to leave a reply, but then again, I wonder what for. We'll get the usual empty promises, talk about 4 dedicated developers only for QORA (who, by the way, could have coded a whole new operating system by now if they actually existed and coded all the time since they got "employed"), ppl will get euphoric and then, guess what: nothing will happen.

I was offered to join a chatroom dedicated to QORA developers, and it initially gave me some hope, but I guess I just fell for it again.

Maybe we could set up a communications channel for all those who are interested in actively moving the project forward, so we can organize and talk things through.

You're welcome to join: https://t.me/joinchat/AUgGYEIRnFsqwOIVA3aJxg

https://t.me/projectqora

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September 01, 2017, 01:00:00 AM
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@Traxo: Thanks. So it's a database issue. However, there is few information in these posts. It seems it is also not included in the official "issues" list.

Offering a working client which is compatible with the network would involve way less difficulties — the only "problem" would be to spread the word about the new client and get users and, more importantly, exchanges to run it. But that's nothing unsolvable, imho.

It would be interesting to know if the bugfix requires a consensus change (hard or soft fork). If it's only a database issue it doesn't look like that, so it should not be too difficult to convince nodes in exchanges and other services to run it. If the owner of the website refuses to include the "Community Edition" in the download section on his website, a simple Github Pages website could be created to present a trustable source for the Community Edition.

I'm not really a developer and much less a database specialist, I'm interested in Qora mainly because of its smart contract platform (shared with Burst), but as the coin seems to be in a crisis, I'm spreading some ideas here ...

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September 01, 2017, 04:59:32 AM
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Hi,

I am also following this project from far away.

This is not the first "abandonned" coin where I see a community that is ready to invest a little bit to have someone deliver code and make releases again for the coin.

So I am wondering..
Would'nt it be possible with smart contracts for example to set one or several bounties that would be only paid if someone gets the job done ?

For example here, there is a need for someone to fix the db.

Obviously some people would be ready to pay a little for this.

So isn't it possible to set a smart contract (or anything else) where :

- Anyone can pay for an objective. Each time someone pays, the bounty increase of this amount.
- Anyone can see how much the bounty is and what needs to be done to prove it.

Then :
- If someone gets the job done and he can prove it. (For example get the wallet db fixed). He gets the bounty.
- If nobody comes, after a while, the bounty gets "cancelled" and the amount paid by people is returned to them (minus fees).

Just asking..
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September 01, 2017, 05:38:10 AM
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And I have another qora question :

I made a transfer of a few qora from Poloniex when qora was delisted (so near end of april and beginning of may 2017).
And in my "Withdrawal history" on Poloniex, I see that it is marked as "Complete".

I downloaded the latest windows wallet from qora website and launched the lightwallet.
I imported my qora seed and got my qora addresses where Poloniex says the withdrawal was done.

I added the peers that were mentionned in this thread and I got a few connections (I see "connected now ticked for these peers").

I opened the console and typed :

GET wallet/synchronize
which returned :
[RESULT] true

Then I did a
GET addresses/balance/myAddress
which returned :
[RESULT] 0.00000000

I have 2 addresses where I sent the withdrawals. And both are empty.
I checked with the block explorer on qora website, and the addresses are NOT empty. So the withdrawals have been done.

So how do I get my wallet to reflect the true balance of these addresses ??
Do I need to wait ?
Or to launch the non-light wallet ?

Or is it actually this famous db bug in the wallet that needs to be fixed ??  Roll Eyes
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September 01, 2017, 08:05:22 AM
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And I have another qora question :

I made a transfer of a few qora from Poloniex when qora was delisted (so near end of april and beginning of may 2017).
And in my "Withdrawal history" on Poloniex, I see that it is marked as "Complete".

I downloaded the latest windows wallet from qora website and launched the lightwallet.
I imported my qora seed and got my qora addresses where Poloniex says the withdrawal was done.

I added the peers that were mentionned in this thread and I got a few connections (I see "connected now ticked for these peers").

I opened the console and typed :

GET wallet/synchronize
which returned :
[RESULT] true

Then I did a
GET addresses/balance/myAddress
which returned :
[RESULT] 0.00000000

I have 2 addresses where I sent the withdrawals. And both are empty.
I checked with the block explorer on qora website, and the addresses are NOT empty. So the withdrawals have been done.

So how do I get my wallet to reflect the true balance of these addresses ??
Do I need to wait ?
Or to launch the non-light wallet ?

Or is it actually this famous db bug in the wallet that needs to be fixed ??  Roll Eyes

Try the non-light version.I 've been using the wallet with no issues.
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September 01, 2017, 11:06:05 AM
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wts 20.000.000  qora, please ask for reasonable offers for pm!  Cool
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September 01, 2017, 03:40:06 PM
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This is not the first "abandonned" coin where I see a community that is ready to invest a little bit to have someone deliver code and make releases again for the coin.
 
Obviously some people would be ready to pay a little for this.
 

Nobody really cares about this project anymore.
Bagholders will say anything in order to dump on naive.
Did you not see my prior post?

Wanna donate?



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September 01, 2017, 03:47:46 PM
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Qora is a very old coin ,very very old ,noboy will pay attation to old coin now , everybody move to ICO , invest and withdraw cash.
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September 01, 2017, 04:09:25 PM
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Qora is a very old coin ,very very old ,noboy will pay attation to old coin now , everybody move to ICO , invest and withdraw cash.

I would doubt that statement very much. It simply isn't true. DOGE is a very old coin and has quite a solid market cap, right? Now there are some coins that truly disappeared and others that are still there, but making a rule of thumb that clearly puts forward only one side of the story is crap.


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September 01, 2017, 04:15:01 PM
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Nobody really cares about this project anymore.
Bagholders will say anything in order to dump on naive.

Actually, there are a number of community members and developers interested in progressing development work now it seems that Crowe isn't delivering (or communicating well... he's free to join in if he wants of course).
 
Discussions are ongoing and actions being planned to either develop the existing implementation, or fork the code and create a new 'community' client that can move forward.

The discussions are happening on the Telegram chat linked a few posts back. Others who are keen to contribute in terms of development, or other ways can feel free to join the chat.
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September 01, 2017, 06:13:53 PM
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Believe me, Qora will come back. The tech is still great. There are many ICOs which have not have a finished product yet. Some ICOs do not have a product at all and just promise something for the future. Qora's tech is good enought to be one of the top - let's say at least 20-30 projects in the crypto world. The main disadvantage is the bad development and marketing management. This is the main reason for the depression of this project. If there would a good development team this coin would reach the ranks of the big projects.

Qora is a very old coin ,very very old ,noboy will pay attation to old coin now , everybody move to ICO , invest and withdraw cash.
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September 01, 2017, 09:56:25 PM
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Believe me, Qora will come back. The tech is still great. There are many ICOs which have not have a finished product yet. Some ICOs do not have a product at all and just promise something for the future. Qora's tech is good enought to be one of the top - let's say at least 20-30 projects in the crypto world. The main disadvantage is the bad development and marketing management. This is the main reason for the depression of this project. If there would a good development team this coin would reach the ranks of the big projects.

Qora is a very old coin ,very very old ,noboy will pay attation to old coin now , everybody move to ICO , invest and withdraw cash.

I believe you and wait it till the day become. It's very exciting if QORA become to big project and successful.
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does anybody know or heard about any news about QORA? I have QORA but not sure to sell or hold.

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September 02, 2017, 09:14:57 AM
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does anybody know or heard about any news about QORA? I have QORA but not sure to sell or hold.

Here and twitter without news, can anyone write what is going on telegram. Does the crow participate in these discussions? We will be grateful for any information

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September 02, 2017, 01:43:13 PM
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It's not about believing, it's about doing. If the Qora community as a whole can fix the flaws in its code, then it can succeed. If not, then not.

A point in favour of Qora is that it should be an attractive option for "dead coin collectors" because it at least has some unique selling points. If a dead coin collector with some programming skills is found, then the future should be bright (at least, compared to now Grin).

This looks like an interesting idea:

Would'nt it be possible with smart contracts for example to set one or several bounties that would be only paid if someone gets the job done ?

And as far as I can evaluate the AT mechanism (without being a coder myself) that should be possible to do. The problem would only be to prove "that the bug is fixed". So there must be a possibility to vote for the "bounty donators", and that would require some trust in them because they could collude to "never pay the bounty to nobody".

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September 03, 2017, 10:51:10 AM
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I would spend like 1/4 of my Qora to a developer who cares about this project, and I have alot ;-)
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September 03, 2017, 01:56:15 PM
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Why is the QORA price in the thousands of satoshis range?

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September 03, 2017, 02:00:30 PM
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i see dev last login in ,March 30, 2017, 06:09:42 AM ,a long long time ago , did dev come back again . Qora community need you!
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Why is the QORA price in the thousands of satoshis range?

This is because each unit of the asset being traded represents 1000 Qora.
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It's not about believing, it's about doing. If the Qora community as a whole can fix the flaws in its code, then it can succeed. If not, then not.

A point in favour of Qora is that it should be an attractive option for "dead coin collectors" because it at least has some unique selling points. If a dead coin collector with some programming skills is found, then the future should be bright (at least, compared to now Grin).

This looks like an interesting idea:

Would'nt it be possible with smart contracts for example to set one or several bounties that would be only paid if someone gets the job done ?

And as far as I can evaluate the AT mechanism (without being a coder myself) that should be possible to do. The problem would only be to prove "that the bug is fixed". So there must be a possibility to vote for the "bounty donators", and that would require some trust in them because they could collude to "never pay the bounty to nobody".

How severe are those problems within the code and are the right devs available to sort that out?


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