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Question: Nevacoin is scheduled to stop accepting PoW blocks in approx 14 years. What do you think about the idea that Nevacoin remains PoW minable FOREVER?
I love it! - 55 (39.3%)
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I don't know what PoW is... - 7 (5%)
I don't care... - 38 (27.1%)
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April 02, 2016, 03:53:41 PM
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Is staking working ok?

What instructions there is to checklist that your wallet is staking ok? My wallet is saying its staking, icon says, but havent seen anything.
I wonder if there is something wrong...

Its working ok.

Checklist would be:

-check that you are well connected, more than 8 connections (enable UPnP or forward port 7391 on your router)
-have a positive balance
-unlock your wallet
-wait
-you can also transfer all the coins to one address if you have many small inputs to combine them into a bigger one.

How soon and how many stakes you get also depends on the amount of coins you are staking and the amount of time your wallet is online. The smallest amount of coins I tested with on livenet was 5 NEVA and I got a stake block after two days (but that was pretty lucky and it was before so many people were staking).

Another wallet which holds 2000 NEVA gets a stake once every two days on average.

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April 02, 2016, 05:22:24 PM
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Is staking working ok?

What instructions there is to checklist that your wallet is staking ok? My wallet is saying its staking, icon says, but havent seen anything.
I wonder if there is something wrong...

Its working ok.

Checklist would be:

-check that you are well connected, more than 8 connections (enable UPnP or forward port 7391 on your router)
-have a positive balance
-unlock your wallet
-wait
-you can also transfer all the coins to one address if you have many small inputs to combine them into a bigger one.

How soon and how many stakes you get also depends on the amount of coins you are staking and the amount of time your wallet is online. The smallest amount of coins I tested with on livenet was 5 NEVA and I got a stake block after two days (but that was pretty lucky and it was before so many people were staking).

Another wallet which holds 2000 NEVA gets a stake once every two days on average.

Ah, yes, its working, get my first stake transaction.

I'm now installing (well, its running allready) Linux node with nevacoind, any instructions there?
Does staking goes on automaticly with nevacoind, when it has balance or do i need some command to enable it?

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April 02, 2016, 10:06:15 PM
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Is staking working ok?

What instructions there is to checklist that your wallet is staking ok? My wallet is saying its staking, icon says, but havent seen anything.
I wonder if there is something wrong...

Its working ok.

Checklist would be:

-check that you are well connected, more than 8 connections (enable UPnP or forward port 7391 on your router)
-have a positive balance
-unlock your wallet
-wait
-you can also transfer all the coins to one address if you have many small inputs to combine them into a bigger one.

How soon and how many stakes you get also depends on the amount of coins you are staking and the amount of time your wallet is online. The smallest amount of coins I tested with on livenet was 5 NEVA and I got a stake block after two days (but that was pretty lucky and it was before so many people were staking).

Another wallet which holds 2000 NEVA gets a stake once every two days on average.

Ah, yes, its working, get my first stake transaction.

I'm now installing (well, its running allready) Linux node with nevacoind, any instructions there?
Does staking goes on automaticly with nevacoind, when it has balance or do i need some command to enable it?

If your wallet is encrypted (which is highly recommended that it is) then the command would be:

Code:
nevacoind walletpassphrase yourpasswordhere 9999999 true

The "true" in the end tells the wallet to unlock for staking only. The 9999999 is the time in seconds for the wallet to be unlocked. 9999999 makes 115 days.

If your wallet is not encrypted then it is already staking just by having a positive balance.

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April 06, 2016, 03:18:19 AM
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Neva seems to get stuck here  Grin
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April 06, 2016, 10:20:20 AM
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Neva seems to get stuck here  Grin

Stuck where? Cheesy

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April 06, 2016, 03:50:33 PM
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i need to test the staking side a lot more ...

it seems that for every mined coin ( staked ) - there is another 10 - 15 of them that are errored out with 'generated but not accepted' ...

its strange why it does that so often ...

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April 07, 2016, 04:00:03 AM
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i need to test the staking side a lot more ...

it seems that for every mined coin ( staked ) - there is another 10 - 15 of them that are errored out with 'generated but not accepted' ...

its strange why it does that so often ...

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It happens to my wallet everyday.
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April 07, 2016, 04:16:45 AM
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i need to test the staking side a lot more ...

it seems that for every mined coin ( staked ) - there is another 10 - 15 of them that are errored out with 'generated but not accepted' ...

its strange why it does that so often ...

#crysx
It happens to my wallet everyday.

too much 'block clashing' ...

there may be a need to speed up the staking process ...

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April 09, 2016, 06:29:09 AM
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i need to test the staking side a lot more ...

it seems that for every mined coin ( staked ) - there is another 10 - 15 of them that are errored out with 'generated but not accepted' ...

its strange why it does that so often ...

#crysx
It happens to my wallet everyday.

too much 'block clashing' ...

there may be a need to speed up the staking process ...

#crysx

Do not say that do dev. This will get sorted out by itself, eventually. Staking is working perfect, right.
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April 09, 2016, 06:56:18 AM
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i need to test the staking side a lot more ...

it seems that for every mined coin ( staked ) - there is another 10 - 15 of them that are errored out with 'generated but not accepted' ...

its strange why it does that so often ...

#crysx
It happens to my wallet everyday.

too much 'block clashing' ...

there may be a need to speed up the staking process ...

#crysx

Do not say that do dev. This will get sorted out by itself, eventually. Staking is working perfect, right.

Sorry mate, I just don't see this as an issue right now. Overall the network is stable and orphaned blocks are a normal part of it.

If anyone has a concrete suggestion on how to optimize this please contribute to the code.

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April 09, 2016, 08:18:54 AM
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i need to test the staking side a lot more ...

it seems that for every mined coin ( staked ) - there is another 10 - 15 of them that are errored out with 'generated but not accepted' ...

its strange why it does that so often ...

#crysx
It happens to my wallet everyday.

too much 'block clashing' ...

there may be a need to speed up the staking process ...

#crysx

Do not say that do dev. This will get sorted out by itself, eventually. Staking is working perfect, right.

Sorry mate, I just don't see this as an issue right now. Overall the network is stable and orphaned blocks are a normal part of it.

If anyone has a concrete suggestion on how to optimize this please contribute to the code.

agreed - orphaned block ARE a 'normal' part of the network ...

but 16blocks rejected to every 1block mined and accepted? ... that is no where near normal ...

a newbie account - yes ... a newbie - certainly not ... im just having issues with my own account that bct are taking their royal time with ...

im not bashing the coin - nor you ( the dev ) ... im asking WHY there are so many orphaned blocks whilst staking as opposed to a few orphaned blocks for every 'clean' block ...

mining is NOT that high and even so - wouldnt have this sort of issue under 'normal' circumstances ...

whats different here? ...

btw - if staking was actually working 'perfect' - then the amount of block rejections wouldnt be anywhere near what they are currently whilst staking ...

this situation means that while the wallet is sitting there using your resources and open - even though it mines - its a waste of resources due to the block rejections ...

i thought i would bring this to your attention AND ask the 'why' question ... thats all ...

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April 14, 2016, 11:36:38 PM
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i need to test the staking side a lot more ...

it seems that for every mined coin ( staked ) - there is another 10 - 15 of them that are errored out with 'generated but not accepted' ...

its strange why it does that so often ...

#crysx
It happens to my wallet everyday.

too much 'block clashing' ...

there may be a need to speed up the staking process ...

#crysx

Do not say that do dev. This will get sorted out by itself, eventually. Staking is working perfect, right.
Maybe the dev is developping the new wallet to improve PoS2.0. Grin

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April 15, 2016, 01:06:43 PM
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i need to test the staking side a lot more ...

it seems that for every mined coin ( staked ) - there is another 10 - 15 of them that are errored out with 'generated but not accepted' ...

its strange why it does that so often ...

#crysx
It happens to my wallet everyday.

too much 'block clashing' ...

there may be a need to speed up the staking process ...

#crysx

Do not say that do dev. This will get sorted out by itself, eventually. Staking is working perfect, right.
Maybe the dev is developping the new wallet to improve PoS2.0. Grin

I am looking to improve the wallet and optimize things further on other fronts, which might solve this problem at the same time. Unfortunately I am not getting the same results on my nodes, not as much block clashing, nothing that I would not see in other coins that use a similar staking protocol, its hard to get some proper data to even see where the problem would be.

As someone mentioned that the wallet wastes resources I can only say that it still has a very small impact on the system (compared to other pos coins) since the pos blocks are also blake2s hashed and do not eat as many cpu cycles as other coins do...

But like all the coins that exist, this one is also a work in progress Wink

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April 17, 2016, 08:23:36 PM
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i need to test the staking side a lot more ...

it seems that for every mined coin ( staked ) - there is another 10 - 15 of them that are errored out with 'generated but not accepted' ...

its strange why it does that so often ...

#crysx
It happens to my wallet everyday.

too much 'block clashing' ...

there may be a need to speed up the staking process ...

#crysx

Do not say that do dev. This will get sorted out by itself, eventually. Staking is working perfect, right.
Maybe the dev is developping the new wallet to improve PoS2.0. Grin

I am looking to improve the wallet and optimize things further on other fronts, which might solve this problem at the same time. Unfortunately I am not getting the same results on my nodes, not as much block clashing, nothing that I would not see in other coins that use a similar staking protocol, its hard to get some proper data to even see where the problem would be.

As someone mentioned that the wallet wastes resources I can only say that it still has a very small impact on the system (compared to other pos coins) since the pos blocks are also blake2s hashed and do not eat as many cpu cycles as other coins do...

But like all the coins that exist, this one is also a work in progress Wink

Hi I have the same problem and this is the screen shot of my wallet
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April 17, 2016, 11:40:36 PM
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^I believe it's not a PoS or wallet issue, but a connectivity issue. Sometimes several blocks are being generated by both PoW and PoS in rapid succession and miners who get orphans are not getting synced to those new blocks in time.
I solomined and staked hundreds of blocks and had 0 orphans with these nodes:

addnode=46.105.118.15:7391
addnode=185.93.68.25:7391
addnode=93.103.19.217:7391
addnode=23.91.11.138:7391
addnode=87.98.185.244:7391
addnode=89.212.118.169:7391
addnode=193.164.140.158:7391

I also have timeout=2000 in the config file so I don't get connected to nodes which has a ping of over 2000 milliseconds (towards me) because that would be pointless.

The wallet also only uses 94 MB of RAM (which is quite low) after running for two weeks straight (win7 x64).
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April 18, 2016, 01:49:23 AM
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The hashrate is stable at 10MH/S+.

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April 18, 2016, 02:33:23 AM
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^I believe it's not a PoS or wallet issue, but a connectivity issue. Sometimes several blocks are being generated by both PoW and PoS in rapid succession and miners who get orphans are not getting synced to those new blocks in time.
I solomined and staked hundreds of blocks and had 0 orphans with these nodes:

addnode=46.105.118.15:7391
addnode=185.93.68.25:7391
addnode=93.103.19.217:7391
addnode=23.91.11.138:7391
addnode=87.98.185.244:7391
addnode=89.212.118.169:7391
addnode=193.164.140.158:7391

I also have timeout=2000 in the config file so I don't get connected to nodes which has a ping of over 2000 milliseconds (towards me) because that would be pointless.

The wallet also only uses 94 MB of RAM (which is quite low) after running for two weeks straight (win7 x64).

this sounds more to the point - but could be that blocks are being generated at the same time - even though we are all connected well ...

mine has a nice number of peers when connected and ping rates on those peers are quite good ...

so maybe its just a quirk of the network ... i just find it hard to fathom that SO MANY blocks get generated at the same time SO OFTEN ...

in anycase - its all good ...

i may setup a permanent vps for the staking side - and my personal wallet for the mining side ... when i actually do get thefarm back up and running of course ...

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April 18, 2016, 09:03:11 AM
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sorry guys how can i set .conf file?
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April 18, 2016, 04:46:08 PM
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sorry guys how can i set .conf file?


Which OS do you have?

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April 18, 2016, 06:30:28 PM
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sorry guys how can i set .conf file?


Which OS do you have?
Thnx I have win 10 x64 ,but it's finally working. I create a new address and moving all the coins to it , before that I had 1 address with all of my coins and one empty and now I have 3 address , before that I had more that 25 stake but 80% or more of them getting orphaned and now I have 14 stake and only 4 of them getting orphaned.
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