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March 31, 2017, 06:40:52 AM
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is There Any Chance For GB Coin To Trade In Bittrex.com  ??


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March 31, 2017, 07:13:07 AM
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is There Any Chance For GB Coin To Trade In Bittrex.com  ??




Tha depends from Bittrex owners , not from GB team.



you are welcome.

so what happened to the exchange possibility of gb to real gold?
There are no more infos in the first Post of the thread....

You may ask GB marketing company, they manage that, as they manage whole GB MLM marketing and finances.  http://youtrustmedia.de/en


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GB/PoSW trading pair



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so what happened to the exchange possibility of gb to real gold?
There are no more infos in the first Post of the thread....

You may ask GB marketing company, they manage that, as they manage whole GB MLM marketing and finances.  http://youtrustmedia.de/en



I think you should rethink that relationship as they are not actually doing anything positive for the future of the coin, other than charging for their service.

All there site says (in German *ONLY* ?? Ummm, html internationalization folks !!) is that we need to exchange it to BTC to do anything with it.

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April 03, 2017, 04:11:32 PM
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My Desktop Wallet is Not Sync Why
i Have Good Internet Connection Also
After That Also My Walllet is Not Sync
Please Help Me For Sync How To Do That !!
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April 03, 2017, 08:25:58 PM
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So is GB one of the first real MLM backed coin? (I know about the onecoin scam, it's not even a real crypto....)
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My case was for syncing the wallet, not for running the synced wallet  Big difference. Any synced, even the crappiest wallet can run on weaker system than yours.

Close your wallet and open it few days later so you will need to catch up with the network. Then post here a screenshot. I can bet you will have problems catching up with the network.

This is not the first wallet running on my computer. But with this wallet I set a negative time record when syncing.

I was able to sync ethereum wallet much faster from scratch, even when it's network was under heavy attack, then this wallet with only a couple of thousands block behind - on same computer.

Im sorry for that, maybe next post just below yours (#1574) gave me this feeling..
Anyway Its no problem for me to do that test especially for you, and I can sacrifice few GB coins not mined by my wallet during test (wallet ofline)
Ok will start now, how many days you saying 3,5, 7?
Regards

I took a break and switched off my wallet for 6 days as I said will do.
(Specification of this crap comp you can find in post #1579 (page before))
Wallet connect to the network without any problems,have 49 active connection right now.
As you can see on attached picture wallet take some time but I can not tell how long exactly syncing take, as i left it over night so in the morning after 10 hours wallet was running up to date when checked again.
 Also don't take all this crap resources to process this hard syncing process so I can't complain and this is proof that don't need really 16gb of memory and octa-core processor Smiley
I hope this somehow helps.



And this is what I have in my GoldBlocks.conf file:

rpcuser=USER
rpcpassword=PASS
rpcport=26920
port=27920
server=1
listen=1
daemon=1
rescan=0
reindex=0
defaultkey=1
logtimestamps=1
maxconnections=100
verifychain=0
dns=1
rpcthreads=50
addnode=192.157.212.234
addnode=192.157.212.235
addnode=104.247.200.168
addnode=5.189.180.41
addnode=45.78.158.57
addnode=5.189.189.51
addnode=104.236.109.222
addnode=159.203.249.92
addnode=62.162.162.94
addnode=45.249.89.180

Thats it.

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April 04, 2017, 02:17:01 AM
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My case was for syncing the wallet, not for running the synced wallet  Big difference. Any synced, even the crappiest wallet can run on weaker system than yours.

Close your wallet and open it few days later so you will need to catch up with the network. Then post here a screenshot. I can bet you will have problems catching up with the network.

This is not the first wallet running on my computer. But with this wallet I set a negative time record when syncing.

I was able to sync ethereum wallet much faster from scratch, even when it's network was under heavy attack, then this wallet with only a couple of thousands block behind - on same computer.

Im sorry for that, maybe next post just below yours (#1574) gave me this feeling..
Anyway Its no problem for me to do that test especially for you, and I can sacrifice few GB coins not mined by my wallet during test (wallet ofline)
Ok will start now, how many days you saying 3,5, 7?
Regards

I took a break and switched off my wallet for 6 days as I said will do.
(Specification of this crap comp you can find in post #1579 (page before))
Wallet connect to the network without any problems,have 49 active connection right now.
As you can see on attached picture wallet take some time but I can not tell how long exactly syncing take, as i left it over night so in the morning after 10 hours wallet was running up to date when checked again.
 Also don't take all this crap resources to process this hard syncing process so I can't complain and this is proof that don't need really 16gb of memory and octa-core processor Smiley
I hope this somehow helps.



And this is what I have in my GoldBlocks.conf file:

rpcuser=USER
rpcpassword=PASS
rpcport=26920
port=27920
server=1
listen=1
daemon=1
rescan=0
reindex=0
defaultkey=1
logtimestamps=1
maxconnections=100
verifychain=0
dns=1
rpcthreads=50
addnode=192.157.212.234
addnode=192.157.212.235
addnode=104.247.200.168
addnode=5.189.180.41
addnode=45.78.158.57
addnode=5.189.189.51
addnode=104.236.109.222
addnode=159.203.249.92
addnode=62.162.162.94
addnode=45.249.89.180

Thats it.

your 'speed' comes from not rescanning - not reindexing - not verifying - on every startup of the wallet ...

not reliable in my world - especially if you need to make sure you have a decent blockchain copy ( like a node for example ) ...

but overall - nice work mate ...

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April 04, 2017, 07:03:36 AM
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My case was for syncing the wallet, not for running the synced wallet  Big difference. Any synced, even the crappiest wallet can run on weaker system than yours.

Close your wallet and open it few days later so you will need to catch up with the network. Then post here a screenshot. I can bet you will have problems catching up with the network.

This is not the first wallet running on my computer. But with this wallet I set a negative time record when syncing.

I was able to sync ethereum wallet much faster from scratch, even when it's network was under heavy attack, then this wallet with only a couple of thousands block behind - on same computer.

Im sorry for that, maybe next post just below yours (#1574) gave me this feeling..
Anyway Its no problem for me to do that test especially for you, and I can sacrifice few GB coins not mined by my wallet during test (wallet ofline)
Ok will start now, how many days you saying 3,5, 7?
Regards

I took a break and switched off my wallet for 6 days as I said will do.
(Specification of this crap comp you can find in post #1579 (page before))
Wallet connect to the network without any problems,have 49 active connection right now.
As you can see on attached picture wallet take some time but I can not tell how long exactly syncing take, as i left it over night so in the morning after 10 hours wallet was running up to date when checked again.
 Also don't take all this crap resources to process this hard syncing process so I can't complain and this is proof that don't need really 16gb of memory and octa-core processor Smiley
I hope this somehow helps.

photo Smiley
And this is what I have in my GoldBlocks.conf file:

rpcuser=USER
rpcpassword=PASS
rpcport=26920
port=27920
server=1
listen=1
daemon=1
rescan=0
reindex=0
defaultkey=1
logtimestamps=1
maxconnections=100
verifychain=0
dns=1
rpcthreads=50
addnode=192.157.212.234
addnode=192.157.212.235
addnode=104.247.200.168
addnode=5.189.180.41
addnode=45.78.158.57
addnode=5.189.189.51
addnode=104.236.109.222
addnode=159.203.249.92
addnode=62.162.162.94
addnode=45.249.89.180

Thats it.

your 'speed' comes from not rescanning - not reindexing - not verifying - on every startup of the wallet ...

not reliable in my world - especially if you need to make sure you have a decent blockchain copy ( like a node for example ) ...

but overall - nice work mate ...

#crysx

Yes but normally there is no reason why wallet should reindexing or rescanning every time if there no issue with files and your computer is operating normally i think, without BSODs for example or manipulations on wallet files.

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April 04, 2017, 09:44:21 AM
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My case was for syncing the wallet, not for running the synced wallet  Big difference. Any synced, even the crappiest wallet can run on weaker system than yours.

Close your wallet and open it few days later so you will need to catch up with the network. Then post here a screenshot. I can bet you will have problems catching up with the network.

This is not the first wallet running on my computer. But with this wallet I set a negative time record when syncing.

I was able to sync ethereum wallet much faster from scratch, even when it's network was under heavy attack, then this wallet with only a couple of thousands block behind - on same computer.

Im sorry for that, maybe next post just below yours (#1574) gave me this feeling..
Anyway Its no problem for me to do that test especially for you, and I can sacrifice few GB coins not mined by my wallet during test (wallet ofline)
Ok will start now, how many days you saying 3,5, 7?
Regards

I took a break and switched off my wallet for 6 days as I said will do.
(Specification of this crap comp you can find in post #1579 (page before))
Wallet connect to the network without any problems,have 49 active connection right now.
As you can see on attached picture wallet take some time but I can not tell how long exactly syncing take, as i left it over night so in the morning after 10 hours wallet was running up to date when checked again.
 Also don't take all this crap resources to process this hard syncing process so I can't complain and this is proof that don't need really 16gb of memory and octa-core processor Smiley
I hope this somehow helps.

photo Smiley
And this is what I have in my GoldBlocks.conf file:

rpcuser=USER
rpcpassword=PASS
rpcport=26920
port=27920
server=1
listen=1
daemon=1
rescan=0
reindex=0
defaultkey=1
logtimestamps=1
maxconnections=100
verifychain=0
dns=1
rpcthreads=50
addnode=192.157.212.234
addnode=192.157.212.235
addnode=104.247.200.168
addnode=5.189.180.41
addnode=45.78.158.57
addnode=5.189.189.51
addnode=104.236.109.222
addnode=159.203.249.92
addnode=62.162.162.94
addnode=45.249.89.180

Thats it.

your 'speed' comes from not rescanning - not reindexing - not verifying - on every startup of the wallet ...

not reliable in my world - especially if you need to make sure you have a decent blockchain copy ( like a node for example ) ...

but overall - nice work mate ...

#crysx

Yes but normally there is no reason why wallet should reindexing or rescanning every time if there no issue with files and your computer is operating normally i think, without BSODs for example or manipulations on wallet files.

agreed ...

but that is the reason FOR those rescans ...

because you dont know 100% for sure - everytime - whether there is no corruption of any sort with the files of the blockchain - without the issue of any form of os error ... one can never know for sure that the data written to any media device ( hdd or ssd in most cases ) is actually free of corruption ... if we knew - we would never need rescans of any sort - any time ...

but to each their own ...

there is no way i would shutdown ANY rescan function on ANY of the wallets we have running - and we have MANY ...

thats just my point of view mate - its not law of course Smiley ...

and why would you need all those addnodes - or any form of changes in the conf file - if all the seednodes are hardcoded and fully functional and there is no issue with syncing? ... there should never be any need if the wallet runs and connects properly to the seednodes ...

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April 04, 2017, 08:21:36 PM
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My case was for syncing the wallet, not for running the synced wallet  Big difference. Any synced, even the crappiest wallet can run on weaker system than yours.

Close your wallet and open it few days later so you will need to catch up with the network. Then post here a screenshot. I can bet you will have problems catching up with the network.

This is not the first wallet running on my computer. But with this wallet I set a negative time record when syncing.

I was able to sync ethereum wallet much faster from scratch, even when it's network was under heavy attack, then this wallet with only a couple of thousands block behind - on same computer.

Im sorry for that, maybe next post just below yours (#1574) gave me this feeling..
Anyway Its no problem for me to do that test especially for you, and I can sacrifice few GB coins not mined by my wallet during test (wallet ofline)
Ok will start now, how many days you saying 3,5, 7?
Regards

I took a break and switched off my wallet for 6 days as I said will do.
(Specification of this crap comp you can find in post #1579 (page before))
Wallet connect to the network without any problems,have 49 active connection right now.
As you can see on attached picture wallet take some time but I can not tell how long exactly syncing take, as i left it over night so in the morning after 10 hours wallet was running up to date when checked again.
 Also don't take all this crap resources to process this hard syncing process so I can't complain and this is proof that don't need really 16gb of memory and octa-core processor Smiley
I hope this somehow helps.



And this is what I have in my GoldBlocks.conf file:

rpcuser=USER
rpcpassword=PASS
rpcport=26920
port=27920
server=1
listen=1
daemon=1
rescan=0
reindex=0
defaultkey=1
logtimestamps=1
maxconnections=100
verifychain=0
dns=1
rpcthreads=50
addnode=192.157.212.234
addnode=192.157.212.235
addnode=104.247.200.168
addnode=5.189.180.41
addnode=45.78.158.57
addnode=5.189.189.51
addnode=104.236.109.222
addnode=159.203.249.92
addnode=62.162.162.94
addnode=45.249.89.180

Thats it.

You did a nice job, thanks.

However I was right GB wallet, 1 week behind is syncing approx. 8-9 hours. Other wallets on my computer with 1 week behind on average they catch up with network in 30-45 min.

The last comparable wallet (POW/POS) i had almost 2 months behind, I was able to sync in roughly 3 hours with other things doing on computer at the same time.

And BTW I'm curious if you are a solo miner with all that RPC commands in your config file?

 
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You did a nice job, thanks.

However I was right GB wallet, 1 week behind is syncing approx. 8-9 hours. Other wallets on my computer with 1 week behind on average they catch up with network in 30-45 min.

The last comparable wallet (POW/POS) i had almost 2 months behind, I was able to sync in roughly 3 hours with other things doing on computer at the same time.

And BTW I'm curious if you are a solo miner with all that RPC commands in your config file?

 

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Regarding RPC commands you asking- no, im not solo miner, that what i got when wallet installed if i remember correctly..

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My friend whose wife I took, told me goldcoin has a ton of thick happenings capable of turning the entire crypto world upside down. I logged in to my account and got my ass over here. Sadly what I see now is not what I was looking for, two oldbie fuckos and retired dude from campton with chronic liver disease enjoy having convo with void, nothing else is really happening.

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My friend whose wife I took, told me goldcoin has a ton of thick happenings capable of turning the entire crypto world upside down. I logged in to my account and got my ass over here. Sadly what I see now is not what I was looking for, two oldbie fuckos and retired dude from campton with chronic liver disease enjoy having convo with void, nothing else is really happening.

I guess you are in the wrong coin forum...
This is Goldblocks and not GoldCoin mate...
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supernova are closing their pool so if any1 got coins their suggest you withdraw
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Is there going to be an English version of media like this?
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April 12, 2017, 06:20:30 PM
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so what happened to the exchange possibility of gb to real gold?
There are no more infos in the first Post of the thread....

You may ask GB marketing company, they manage that, as they manage whole GB MLM marketing and finances.  http://youtrustmedia.de/en



I think you should rethink that relationship as they are not actually doing anything positive for the future of the coin, other than charging for their service.

All there site says (in German *ONLY* ?? Ummm, html internationalization folks !!) is that we need to exchange it to BTC to do anything with it.

They do all the marketing and pay me for silence so I will refrain from bashing them this time. Its not my place to interfere in someones business when I get paid. Its not only me, they also pay others to keep them shut. In addition to this they profit off the MLM pyramid, which is exactly what keeps goldblocks prices stable and attractive to newcomers.
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April 12, 2017, 08:13:39 PM
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so what happened to the exchange possibility of gb to real gold?
There are no more infos in the first Post of the thread....

You may ask GB marketing company, they manage that, as they manage whole GB MLM marketing and finances.  http://youtrustmedia.de/en



I think you should rethink that relationship as they are not actually doing anything positive for the future of the coin, other than charging for their service.

All there site says (in German *ONLY* ?? Ummm, html internationalization folks !!) is that we need to exchange it to BTC to do anything with it.

FUD

If this was true, you wouldn't be posting about it or else you wouldn't get "paid". Go fud somewhere else.
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You did a nice job, thanks.

However I was right GB wallet, 1 week behind is syncing approx. 8-9 hours. Other wallets on my computer with 1 week behind on average they catch up with network in 30-45 min.

The last comparable wallet (POW/POS) i had almost 2 months behind, I was able to sync in roughly 3 hours with other things doing on computer at the same time.

And BTW I'm curious if you are a solo miner with all that RPC commands in your config file?

 


Regarding RPC commands you asking- no, im not solo miner, that what i got when wallet installed if i remember correctly..
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Hey, if you are not solo mining, then you can remove all that commands from your config file.
In my config file, I only have active nodes and command: Listen=1 (for accepting connections from outside).

Make your config file simple(and great) again.  Grin
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