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March 09, 2016, 05:20:44 PM
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Cryptoworld is strange...

If you have a premined coin or a giant ICO you end up on an exchange pretty soon and when you try too launch it as fair and smooth as possible no response from any exchange, not even Yobit (Turing claims he paid them for listing Orly).

So... What's going on?

Well... Block reward is growing and is now 128 Orly / block Smiley

My best guess is, I keep on trying and in about 3 weeks I have a full month off from work so I can try to push this forward!

I'm mining with 1x HD7950 now, couldn't find my old PCI-E extension cables (I had about 20, where are they?  Huh) but if I do I'll add my other 2 cards too Smiley

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March 09, 2016, 06:21:13 PM
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Cryptoworld is strange...

If you have a premined coin or a giant ICO you end up on an exchange pretty soon and when you try too launch it as fair and smooth as possible no response from any exchange, not even Yobit (Turing claims he paid them for listing Orly).

So... What's going on?

Well... Block reward is growing and is now 128 Orly / block Smiley

My best guess is, I keep on trying and in about 3 weeks I have a full month off from work so I can try to push this forward!

I'm mining with 1x HD7950 now, couldn't find my old PCI-E extension cables (I had about 20, where are they?  Huh) but if I do I'll add my other 2 cards too Smiley

ya yobit's a funny place, i swear they spend all day just adding weird-ass coins from newbie devs, and ones like this lag getting on there ;p
o well, im solo mining from day one, difficulty nice and low, i goto sleep let her buck, snag a block or 2 at night, stake during the day! Wink

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March 09, 2016, 06:38:33 PM
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Congratulations Dev, your coin had a fair launch, your reward scheme is nicely designed and the staking is working flawlessly, i am mining it in nicehash and getting nice rewards, it is a blown of fresh air to see honest coin developer

 about the exchanges i agree with you, there are lots of shitcoin being added quickly  and some really nice coins have to wait ( i dont know exactly why).





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March 09, 2016, 08:26:10 PM
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March 11, 2016, 04:50:54 PM
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coin runs smooth ;DThe wallet can also be done in the beautiful. Run without any problems.
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March 12, 2016, 04:22:39 PM
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hi, is there  a way to clear orphans with this wallet?   
sorry for the noob question, consider it a free bump on your thread ;p

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March 12, 2016, 06:10:43 PM
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hi, is there  a way to clear orphans with this wallet?   
sorry for the noob question, consider it a free bump on your thread ;p


make a backup of your wallet
and then run the qt with -salvagewallet

not hashing, folding and curing (check FLDC merged-folding! reuse good GPUs)
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March 12, 2016, 06:16:51 PM
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hi, is there  a way to clear orphans with this wallet?   
sorry for the noob question, consider it a free bump on your thread ;p


make a backup of your wallet
and then run the qt with -salvagewallet

ahh worked perfect , tyty sir Wink


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March 13, 2016, 08:01:46 AM
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Exchange?
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March 13, 2016, 09:37:06 AM
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yobit is good for new coins

I paid for addcoin on yobit so we can start to trade soon

They don't seem to be quick  Grin

I put in a support ticket at 3/5 but still no answer

yobit = scam artists

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March 13, 2016, 09:54:29 AM
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yobit is good for new coins

I paid for addcoin on yobit so we can start to trade soon

They don't seem to be quick  Grin

I put in a support ticket at 3/5 but still no answer

yobit = scam artists

No biggie.

Right now we are in the low block rewards phase, supply is still very low so it's better to wait for april. I will have lots of time to start pushing it to exchanges and don't mind if I have to pay a small fee for that.

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March 13, 2016, 09:10:37 PM
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HOW can we find out if the miner is working and at what hash? been running the wallet miner since block 542. nothing debug log says 0 hash? using 60 per cent of cpu so i think its working? getmininginfo ? no hash
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March 14, 2016, 12:16:41 AM
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HOW can we find out if the miner is working and at what hash? been running the wallet miner since block 542. nothing debug log says 0 hash? using 60 per cent of cpu so i think its working? getmininginfo ? no hash

there's an in-wallet miner? ;p   
or just a mix of words and you mean your using a cpu/gpu miner such as a cg or cpuminer fork?
if so it will show your hash rate in the command interface of cgminer or cpuminer

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March 14, 2016, 01:19:40 AM
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HOW can we find out if the miner is working and at what hash? been running the wallet miner since block 542. nothing debug log says 0 hash? using 60 per cent of cpu so i think its working? getmininginfo ? no hash

there's an in-wallet miner? ;p   
or just a mix of words and you mean your using a cpu/gpu miner such as a cg or cpuminer fork?
if so it will show your hash rate in the command interface of cgminer or cpuminer

download the wallet and you will see a big blue button that says start mining, I assume if you click that your supposed to get a coins. Other wallets with miners have some way of finding your hash im looking for how to do it with this one.
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March 14, 2016, 03:45:24 AM
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HOW can we find out if the miner is working and at what hash? been running the wallet miner since block 542. nothing debug log says 0 hash? using 60 per cent of cpu so i think its working? getmininginfo ? no hash

there's an in-wallet miner? ;p   
or just a mix of words and you mean your using a cpu/gpu miner such as a cg or cpuminer fork?
if so it will show your hash rate in the command interface of cgminer or cpuminer

download the wallet and you will see a big blue button that says start mining, I assume if you click that your supposed to get a coins. Other wallets with miners have some way of finding your hash im looking for how to do it with this one.

orly?
we must have different wallets ! haha


wheres this "blue magic mining button?"  ;p  ;p

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March 14, 2016, 04:06:15 AM
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HOW can we find out if the miner is working and at what hash? been running the wallet miner since block 542. nothing debug log says 0 hash? using 60 per cent of cpu so i think its working? getmininginfo ? no hash

there's an in-wallet miner? ;p   
or just a mix of words and you mean your using a cpu/gpu miner such as a cg or cpuminer fork?
if so it will show your hash rate in the command interface of cgminer or cpuminer

download the wallet and you will see a big blue button that says start mining, I assume if you click that your supposed to get a coins. Other wallets with miners have some way of finding your hash im looking for how to do it with this one.

orly?
we must have different wallets ! haha


wheres this "blue magic mining button?"  ;p  ;p
JEEZ no wonder I cant get any help im lost in the wrong thread. The wallet I was messing with was OXN late night.
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March 14, 2016, 04:24:41 AM
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HOW can we find out if the miner is working and at what hash? been running the wallet miner since block 542. nothing debug log says 0 hash? using 60 per cent of cpu so i think its working? getmininginfo ? no hash

there's an in-wallet miner? ;p   
or just a mix of words and you mean your using a cpu/gpu miner such as a cg or cpuminer fork?
if so it will show your hash rate in the command interface of cgminer or cpuminer

download the wallet and you will see a big blue button that says start mining, I assume if you click that your supposed to get a coins. Other wallets with miners have some way of finding your hash im looking for how to do it with this one.

orly?
we must have different wallets ! haha


wheres this "blue magic mining button?"  ;p  ;p
JEEZ no wonder I cant get any help im lost in the wrong thread. The wallet I was messing with was OXN late night.

haha no worries! shit happpens ;p   

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March 15, 2016, 03:35:53 AM
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Anything much happening or going to happen with this ORLY coin ?

Roadmap ?

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March 15, 2016, 01:14:31 PM
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If dev is interested i casn create an unique designed Paper Wallet plus translate the ANN to spanish, i think this coin may hasve good potential and the increasing pow reward is really nice, staking too works well an a 4% stake reward is quite sustainable
perhaps we should create some kind of fund to help some wildlife protection NGO focused in Orlys. it would give an sense to the coin beyond buy and sell, only an idea of course would like to know more ideas from Dev and community

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March 15, 2016, 11:49:44 PM
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Please upload your source code to GitHub

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