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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! - 74 (43.3%)
I hate it! - 44 (25.7%)
I don't know what PoW is... - 8 (4.7%)
I don't care... - 45 (26.3%)
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May 28, 2017, 02:39:26 PM
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I have now 8000 Nevas, and only 1-2 blocks a day i solve out of 50 orphans, is that normal ?
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May 28, 2017, 02:47:11 PM
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Sadly PoSWallet is delisting a majory of the altcoins from their platform so please withdraw your NEVAs before 12th June.

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Dear PoSWallet Community,

We want to take a few minutes and share some of our long term strategy with all of you. When we started this project, the focus was on taking a handful of pretty active coins and providing a place for users to group stake. As that idea has evolved over the past year and a half with the addition of new coins, we have had many successes and challenges; one thing has become clear though: the crypto market in general is too unstable to effectively provide group stake services for the majority of coins we have listed at poswallet.com. Interesting coins pop up and swell with a large community, then disappear just as fast - resulting in a lot of infrastructure we set up that is no longer being used. We will have a financial loss this month, and based on our trajectory with the current ideology behind poswallet.com, the loss will grow over time. Therefore, we are changing our focus and getting back to basics.

So with that being said, we are going to go back and focus on the important stuff - promoting POSW as a currency that can be used for more than just the exchange at poswallet.com while supporting a few other 'big player' coins. As new coins appear and become established, we will investigate adding them to the platform as well. We will be delisting the majority of coins over the next month or so to align with this strategy - mainly coins with low user bases, low volume, or little technological improvement vs. other coins. Coins in maintenance will still be able to be requested to be withdrawn; however, some coins do not have nodes or active devs/communities and may not be able to be brought back out of maintenance. We will try and process all withdrawals on coins in maintenance as quickly as possible, but some will be delayed as they need to be done manually.

While we take these actions, we are also going to update the POSW coin technology and work with partners to get POSW accepted in a variety of stores/vendors. We will continue the monthly dividends (we purchased 150k POSW to disburse this month, even though we had a loss) and will also continue website development and adding new features. Based on this decision, the roadmap will change as well. Our focus is being refined to making POSW a great option for use in the crypto world, rather than its current role as a support coin.

We appreciate the community's patience while we work through these changes and we are always open to feedback.

Thanks,
PoSWallet Team

I didn't see neva currently listed but I could see the delist coming so you might have some time remove as a opposed to some other coins we know...


Its marked for removal for shure. One must have a personal deposit generated in order to see status adn delisting msg.

http://i.imgur.com/QEd5zAR.png

Shitwallet.com,

Those suckers should be based on Pos pool, now their fxxx mouths exploded they want to turn all this thing in to exchange.

Shitwallet is dead and with this action, they themselfs game over.
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May 28, 2017, 10:09:54 PM
Last edit: May 29, 2017, 06:20:04 AM by bathrobehero
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ProcessBlock: ORPHAN BLOCK 44, prev=00000000001e01a75b0a62939dedcf4484e30958822644c11ccf3c051cc1fe31
ERROR: AcceptToMemoryPool : nonstandard transaction: non-final


I have a lot of these in the logs and the wallet is maxing out the CPU.

Is this during the initial sync or it just appeared on a node that is running 24/7?

Checked all my nodes, nothing out of the usual in the logs...

Edit: Are you running version 1.4?

It's a 24/7 node and it started maybe a few days ago. 1.4 wallet.

I found that if I replace my wallet.dat (3.1MB) with a new wallet the CPU usage is down to 8-14%.

Guess the wallet has too many orphans its trying to process or something.


Edit: scratch that, it's back even on a new wallet with no transactions.
ProcessBlock: ORPHAN BLOCK 3586, prev=b485236ec1c461b233b63f395eb05571b0f67b92a4f90d5162599e5b759e5ecd
ERROR: AcceptToMemoryPool : nonstandard transaction: non-final

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May 29, 2017, 08:54:17 AM
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Invitation to #Slack https://goo.gl/Lr1mAA



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May 29, 2017, 09:56:23 AM
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ProcessBlock: ORPHAN BLOCK 44, prev=00000000001e01a75b0a62939dedcf4484e30958822644c11ccf3c051cc1fe31
ERROR: AcceptToMemoryPool : nonstandard transaction: non-final


I have a lot of these in the logs and the wallet is maxing out the CPU.

Is this during the initial sync or it just appeared on a node that is running 24/7?

Checked all my nodes, nothing out of the usual in the logs...

Edit: Are you running version 1.4?

It's a 24/7 node and it started maybe a few days ago. 1.4 wallet.

I found that if I replace my wallet.dat (3.1MB) with a new wallet the CPU usage is down to 8-14%.

Guess the wallet has too many orphans its trying to process or something.


Edit: scratch that, it's back even on a new wallet with no transactions.
ProcessBlock: ORPHAN BLOCK 3586, prev=b485236ec1c461b233b63f395eb05571b0f67b92a4f90d5162599e5b759e5ecd
ERROR: AcceptToMemoryPool : nonstandard transaction: non-final


I just did a complete resync of my wallet (I wiped the data dir, excluding wallet.dat).

Sync took around one hour, lots of orphans during sync but nothing out of the usual. After sync the cpu usage dropped to nothing and nothing unusual in the debug log.

Can you try resyncing, and delete peers.dat too.

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May 29, 2017, 12:18:50 PM
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Just a question, why in AikaPool have a miner with 500GH/s and the network doesn't incrase the hashrate?
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May 29, 2017, 03:27:35 PM
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I dont know what shit is happening with this coin,
But  i dont even find a single block with my 8000 matured coins in a wallet.

Seems Neva got issues.
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May 29, 2017, 03:41:22 PM
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When i had 1500 coins i was finding at least 1-2 blocks a day, now just tons of orphans,

Is this issue will continue, gonna just jump for another coin
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May 29, 2017, 06:17:38 PM
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Just a question, why in AikaPool have a miner with 500GH/s and the network doesn't incrase the hashrate?

Very strange yes...but the pool is also not finding blocks, round progress is at 32002.77 %. With that much hashrate they should be flying..

I dont know what shit is happening with this coin,
But  i dont even find a single block with my 8000 matured coins in a wallet.

Seems Neva got issues.

The supply is almost 1.8 milion atm, your 8000 is not much compared to the whole supply. Makes sense you are finding less blocks don't you think?

Its like saying: Ethereum has some issues, I am not earning the same amount per GPU like I did a year ago Cheesy



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May 29, 2017, 06:29:33 PM
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I dont know what shit is happening with this coin,
But  i dont even find a single block with my 8000 matured coins in a wallet.

Seems Neva got issues.

You sound like a very respected blockchain developer. Please fork the code and patch the issues.

PS: Are you Satoshi?

Neva current diff.

Code:
"proof-of-work" : 2047.46887967,
"proof-of-stake" : 972.70294399

If you wanna know i found only one PoS block today with 11k Neva on wallet and i have Neva p2p port forwarded on a fiber internet connection.

So your statement is as false as it gets. Neva chain is working just fine.

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May 29, 2017, 07:11:55 PM
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Finishing my GTX1070 ti gaming X rig on wednesday, well not that much got 3 cards

Gonna think to solo mine it, that hope to get better price,

But Neva need more popularity,

ehmm, staysecure, can throw a stone to your garden, only 11k Nevas ??

i mining Neva a month with 5xGTX750Ti rig and got so far 8k.

I think i support this [Suspicious link removed]d, got believe me check it Smiley

here is my Neva adress:NXSbrC2eSiCBETMfRthsQLx85bFn5V3Pvm
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May 29, 2017, 11:12:05 PM
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Finishing my GTX1070 ti gaming X rig on wednesday, well not that much got 3 cards

Gonna think to solo mine it, that hope to get better price,

But Neva need more popularity,

ehmm, staysecure, can throw a stone to your garden, only 11k Nevas ??

i mining Neva a month with 5xGTX750Ti rig and got so far 8k.

I think i support this [Suspicious link removed]d, got believe me check it Smiley

here is my Neva adress:NXSbrC2eSiCBETMfRthsQLx85bFn5V3Pvm
If you solo mined the 8k than you have lots of 5 neva inputs, try making a transaction to yourself to join them... That should improve your staking a bit.

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May 30, 2017, 12:25:18 AM
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I'm bought an GTX 1050 Ti OC, mining about 1400MH/s at 65W, for me is pretty good. For now, what is the best pool?
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May 30, 2017, 08:36:20 AM
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I'm bought an GTX 1050 Ti OC, mining about 1400MH/s at 65W, for me is pretty good. For now, what is the best pool?

I am solo mining, works great for now.

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May 30, 2017, 12:19:16 PM
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I'm bought an GTX 1050 Ti OC, mining about 1400MH/s at 65W, for me is pretty good. For now, what is the best pool?

I am solo mining, works great for now.

I'm trying solo mining with this ccminer config:

{
        "_comment1" : "Possible keys are the long options (ccminer --help)",
        "_comment2" : "todo: support /* comments */",

        "algo" : "blake2s",
        "intensity": 24,

        "api-bind": "127.0.0.1:4068",
        "statsavg": 20,

        "quiet" : false,
        "debug" : false,
        "protocol" : false,
        "cpu-priority" : 3,

        "url" : "127.0.0.1:3791",
        "user" : "nevacoinrpc",
        "pass" : "mypassword"
}

but i get this error: HTTP request failed: Failed to connect to 127.0.0.1 port 3791: Connection refused

I need to edit iptables rules for this or something else?
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May 30, 2017, 01:19:54 PM
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I was robbed in the telegrams in group nevacoin by "Ewerton Ferreira" and also known here at the forum for "Tom098". I purchased 0.04 BTC, I never received the nevacoin. If you have any information that could inform about this user, please contact.
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May 30, 2017, 02:07:51 PM
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I was robbed in the telegrams in group nevacoin by "Ewerton Ferreira" and also known here at the forum for "Tom098". I purchased 0.04 BTC, I never received the nevacoin. If you have any information that could inform about this user, please contact.


I talked to him on telegram a while back. I will drop him a message.

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May 30, 2017, 02:10:50 PM
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I'm bought an GTX 1050 Ti OC, mining about 1400MH/s at 65W, for me is pretty good. For now, what is the best pool?

I am solo mining, works great for now.

I'm trying solo mining with this ccminer config:

{
        "_comment1" : "Possible keys are the long options (ccminer --help)",
        "_comment2" : "todo: support /* comments */",

        "algo" : "blake2s",
        "intensity": 24,

        "api-bind": "127.0.0.1:4068",
        "statsavg": 20,

        "quiet" : false,
        "debug" : false,
        "protocol" : false,
        "cpu-priority" : 3,

        "url" : "127.0.0.1:3791",
        "user" : "nevacoinrpc",
        "pass" : "mypassword"
}

but i get this error: HTTP request failed: Failed to connect to 127.0.0.1 port 3791: Connection refused

I need to edit iptables rules for this or something else?

Make sure you have also server=1 in the nevacoin.conf

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May 31, 2017, 05:06:53 AM
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June 02, 2017, 07:00:13 PM
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Ok, some hash for Yiimp Smiley
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