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June 28, 2016, 01:02:53 AM
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The time is now!!


Teslacoin was birthed as an ode to the often forgotten electrical genius Nikola Tesla.

We're working towards a decentralized and sustainable world supporting Free Energy and Renewable Energy Projects.

Mission: Accelerate the transition to a sustainable energy system by funding Free Energy and Renewable Energy projects though TeslaStarter.

Vision: Let's decentralize the Energy System!!







Coin Symbol: TES
Algorithm: PoS
Block Time: --- Minutes
Maximum Coins: 60,800,000 TES (PoW)
PoS Interest: 12% Annually

PoS Min: 24 Hours
PoS Max: No Max

P2P port: 1856
RPC port: 1857

Teslacoin Official Website
• Teslacoin on CoinMarketCap.com
• Teslacoin on Coingecko.com








TeslaStarter is the crowdfunding platform we're developing to help accelerate the transition to
a sustainable energy system by funding Free Energy and Renewable Energy projects








Note: We do NOT endorse storing your coins on exchanges or other online services.
You should always use the storage where you control the private keys of the wallet.

   
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You can search for block id, block hash, transaction hash, address.

   






Get in touch with TES community!
Join our community and collaborate with the development of Teslacoin

 






Note: We do NOT endorse storing your coins on exchanges or other online services.
You should always use the storage where you control the private keys of the wallet.

 

DO NOT TRADE IN YOBIT






New roadmap to be disclosured in the next days





Wallets
- Windows Wallet                                           √
- Linux Wallet                                                 √
- Mac Wallet                                                   √
- Electrum                                                       -
- Hard Wallets                                                 -
- Android Wallet                                              -
- iOS Wallet                                                     -
- Paper Wallets                                               -


Websites/Social Media
- Teslacoin Website                                         √
- CryptID Teslacoin Block Explorer                   √
- Network Stats site                                        -
- Faucets                                                        -
- Teslacoin Forum                                            -
- Teslacoin Twitter                                          √
- Teslacoin Reddit                                            -
- Teslacoin on Coinmarketcap.com                   √


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Installation in Ubuntu:  Fast tutorial

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Here is a client I built for Ubuntu Linux 14.04 LTS: https://mega.nz/#!blYxAbpK!hahYA8em0OOdNSbPao6sKtns69yWaqB_nCswgZHGKHM

It's 7ziped so it need to be extracted somewhere like your homedirectory and you can run it from there.

You'll need some additional libraries to run this. The non-standard stuff can be installed with something like:

Code:
sudo apt-get install p7zip-full libdb5.3++ libqt4-dev libboost-all-dev libssl1.0.0 libminiupnpc8


Here is a .deb-package installer of the same client:
https://mega.nz/#!3hpwkQBb!o3amxZ6Y79tQ5xHHpn2hxGiG2cIvDcNVvIcMHYPjx9Y

Ubuntu will complain that the package is of "bad quality", this is because I left out some metadata such as file checksums and installed size etc. I have not noticed any problems after installing this but you use it at your own risk. If people actually use this stuff I might release an improved version at a later date.




How to recover your TES
from an old wallet


First, welcome back to TES Wink

Second, in your wallet, get into the console
(Help > Debug window)

2) Type in:

a) checkwallet
(identifies misspent coins)

then

b) repairwallet
(rectifies the error)

 And it should be ok now! Smiley



How to sync your Tesla wallet faster
(Bootstrap)


If you just arrived to TeslaCoin and you want to get involved, you will have to download a wallet and start to sync with the network.
This means you have to download the blockchain from your peers (the network).
Has you can expect this will take some time and it can vary from hours to days.
So, in order to do it faster, you will download the bootstrap

What is the bootstrap?
The bootstrap is the blockchain zipped to be downloaded directly, not from your peers.
This will help you sync in less time, from minutes to hours.

Just follow the instructions and enjoy your Tesla Wallet!

1) Download the wallet
2) Download the bootstrap
3) Uncompress the bootstrap folder
4) Run the Tesla wallet and then close it.
5) Go to Roaming folder > Teslacoin folder
6) Replace the archives in the Teslacoin folder with the ones downloaded in the bootstrap.
 Replace only the repeated archives.




Teslacoin in RP3
by Griffith

Step 0 - Operating System
Install your operating system, I used raspbian (https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/raspbian/)
follow the instructions on the site to install it to your SD card (NOOBS is raspbians easy installer, its on the site as well). Your pi might have already come with an OS installed. so you might be able to just skip this step.

Step 1 - Initial Updates
You want to first make sure your pi3 is up to date with all of the current repositories with the following 2 commands. Depending on how much has to update, these might take a while.
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get upgrade


Step 2 - Building Compile Environment
Next we want to install the necessary libraries to be able to compile a coin daemon. The following command installs a lot of libraries, as they are all needed to compile any coin (some might not be needed for tesla specifically, but that is ok). So this too might take a while.
sudo apt-get install build-essential libtool autotools-dev automake pkg-config libssl-dev libevent-dev bsdmainutils libboost-all-dev libdb-dev libdb++-dev libminiupnpc-dev libzmq3-dev

Step 3 - Extra Helpful Program
Next we need to install a helper program that will just make getting the code for the coin we want to compile easier.
sudo apt-get install git (this is a fairly small program and should install almost instantly

you then need to download the code for the coin, the following is how you would download teslacoin's code
cd ~
git clone http://www.github.com/TeslacoinFoundation/Teslacoin teslacoin

Step 4 - Compile the Daemon
Now we want to go into the code and compile the daemon so that it runs on the pi3.
cd teslacoin/src/leveldb
make libleveldb.a libmemenv.a
cd ..
make -f makefile.arm-linux
this should compile the full coin. you should end with a Teslacoind program in that folder.

Step 5 - Running the Daemon
To run the coin daemon or give it commands you need to be in the same folder it is located in. which from these instructions should be ~/teslacoin/src/

to navigate there if you arent already there is
cd ~/teslacoin/src
and to run the damon is
./Teslacoind &

Step 6 - Interacting with the daemon
Once the daemon is started you just would send a command to it similar to the same way you started it

./Teslacoind [command] where [command] is replaced with the command you want to do. to get a list of all commands use help
example: ./Teslacoind help
an example of sending coins would be: ./Teslacoind sendtoaddress [address] [amount]
there are quite a few commands, so i would recommend using help to find what you are looking for. the daemon commands give you MORE options than are available in the gui. and learning about them and what they do will help you to learn more about cryptocurrencies in general



Interesting info for contributors

Cheap vps to set up some nodes
https://www.arubacloud.com/vps/virtual-private-server-range.aspx

Crowdfunding platforms
http://seedingfactory.com/index.html%3Fp=634.html






Tesla was born to Serbian parents on the 10th of July, 1856 in the village of Smiljan, part of the Austrian Empire (now Croatia). He died on the 7th of January, 1943 in room 3327 of the New Yorker Hotel.
After an eventful upbringing and education, Tesla moved to France in 1882 where he worked on electrical equipment at the Continental Edison Company.
He immigrated to the USA in 1884 where he worked for Thomas Edison before resigning a year later to work on his own projects.
Tesla went on to patent many of his inventions, including his AC induction motor and transformer which he licensed to George Westinghouse.

Tesla, Westinghouse and Edison were at the heart of the so called ‘war of the currents’ between alternating current (AC) and direct current (DC) as a means of distributing electrical power.
Tesla was known for high voltage experiments and demonstrations, including displays of his famous Tesla Coil which produces high voltage, low current electricity.

In 1891, Tesla became a citizen of the United States.
Tesla was the vice president of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers between 1892 and 1894.
Tesla experimented with X-rays and radio waves, developing important ideas and even making a few accidental discoveries thanks to his extravagant experiments.

Tesla moved his lab to Colorado Springs in 1899 where he proved the Earth was a conductor, produced artificial lightning and
became well known to his neighbors with ambitious electrical experiments that caused booming thunder, rogue sparks and the occasional power outage.
Tesla later worked on the Wardenclyffe Tower (or Tesla Tower), a wireless transmission tower that was never completed.

Tesla moved to the New Yorker Hotel in 1934 where he continued his research and spent the remaining years of his life before dying in 1943 at the age of 86.





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scam team or who is behind the coin?
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let's watch this coin. Any bounty for indonesian translation?

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Why new topic started? This coin was released 2.5 years ago.
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still have like 30k coins lost on yobit... Is there a new team actively developing this coin?

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June 28, 2016, 03:12:06 PM
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scam team or who is behind the coin?

still have like 30k coins lost on yobit... Is there a new team actively developing this coin?

Why new topic started? This coin was released 2.5 years ago.



Sorry for not explaining it before. If you've followed this coin for long time, you'll know that Valkir has no time anymore.

Team is part of the previous foundation team, plus new people.  
We're 3 people and in talks with another 3 people.

Once we know exactly how many people we are, we'll make it public.

Sorry for the inconveniences.
 


PS: If you've read the previous thread, you'll know that YOBIT is in FORK.
I dont know how many times we've repeted.
The only way, is to write again and again to Yobit.

PS2: Yes this coin is 2.5 years old. You can found the previous threads in the OP.
Valkir has no more time.

PS3: Dont need to use 22size...

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let's watch this coin. Any bounty for indonesian translation?

Done! 5K TES! Go for it!  Wink

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OK,
So, I have messaged yobit, who are telling me some gibberish about their tes wallet being screwed up and that somehow someone else needs to fix it. Personally, I have no idea what a fork is and why they can't seem to do anything about it. Have any of the tes team contacted them (even if it takes a few times)?
thanks,
Rick (freegold)

still have like 30k coins lost on yobit... Is there a new team actively developing this coin?

Why new topic started? This coin was released 2.5 years ago.



Sorry for not explaining it before. If you've followed this coin for long time, you'll know that Valkir has no time anymore.

Team is part of the previous foundation team, plus new people.  
We're 3 people and in talks with another 3 people.

Once we know exactly how many people we are, we'll make it public.

Sorry for the inconveniences.
 


PS: If you've read the previous thread, you'll know that YOBIT is in FORK.
I dont know how many times we've repeted.
The only way, is to write again and again to Yobit.

PS2: Yes this coin is 2.5 years old. You can found the previous threads in the OP.
Valkir has no more time.

PS3: Dont need to use 22size...

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OK,
So, I have messaged yobit, who are telling me some gibberish about their tes wallet being screwed up and that somehow someone else needs to fix it. Personally, I have no idea what a fork is and why they can't seem to do anything about it. Have any of the tes team contacted them (even if it takes a few times)?
thanks,
Rick (freegold)

You lucky guy! You get an answer from Yobit?

1) TES wallet is Ok. Bittrex + Cryptopia + users are also using it without problems

2) Fork is when due to low number of nodes, suddenly some nodes start with a new blockchain.
That happend to Yobit.
We are all using one blockchain, and they are using another one.

3) They only need to download the last bootstrap and syncronized it.
Bootstrap is the blockchain zipped, so it's easier to download it.
In this case, the blockchain is longer than the block where the fork was created. So they will be in the correct blockchain.

I'll contact them again, and see if they answer.

Please anyway, answer them to download the bootstrap and problem solved
this is the link. it's also in the OP.
http://216.14.113.56/cryptochainer.chains/chains/Teslacoin_blockchain.zip



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June 29, 2016, 07:05:34 AM
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I can confirm Rw13enlib88's claims about Yobit, I have messaged them at least five times about completely different issue that should have been easy to solve for them about logging in to their exchange and no response at all. They are useless and it seems they don't even care if they have any users or not.




OK,
So, I have messaged yobit, who are telling me some gibberish about their tes wallet being screwed up and that somehow someone else needs to fix it. Personally, I have no idea what a fork is and why they can't seem to do anything about it. Have any of the tes team contacted them (even if it takes a few times)?
thanks,
Rick (freegold)

You lucky guy! You get an answer from Yobit?

1) TES wallet is Ok. Bittrex + Cryptopia + users are also using it without problems

2) Fork is when due to low number of nodes, suddenly some nodes start with a new blockchain.
That happend to Yobit.
We are all using one blockchain, and they are using another one.

3) They only need to download the last bootstrap and syncronized it.
Bootstrap is the blockchain zipped, so it's easier to download it.
In this case, the blockchain is longer than the block where the fork was created. So they will be in the correct blockchain.

I'll contact them again, and see if they answer.

Please anyway, answer them to download the bootstrap and problem solved
this is the link. it's also in the OP.
http://216.14.113.56/cryptochainer.chains/chains/Teslacoin_blockchain.zip



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June 29, 2016, 07:36:21 AM
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so what are you gonna do with tesla ?
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June 29, 2016, 12:42:11 PM
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so what are you gonna do with tesla ?

The question is not what we gonna do.

the question is

what you gonna do for TES?

Please tell us how you gonna help TES as a community member



btw,
RoadMap to be disclosed during the next days.

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June 29, 2016, 01:09:42 PM
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TES Coin is @ 68 sat on cryptopia

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June 29, 2016, 03:52:24 PM
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will do indian translation. reserved me

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June 29, 2016, 06:09:05 PM
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will do indian translation. reserved me

same answer I gave to kellendil due to german translation.

48 hours.

Then if someone does it before you, he'll get the bounty

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June 29, 2016, 06:48:48 PM
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Philippines or Tagalog translation: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1531206.new#new Smiley


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June 29, 2016, 07:06:24 PM
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Philippines or Tagalog translation: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1531206.new#new Smiley

looks good to me but you forget the title

send me your address and you'll receive the payment in less than 24h after confirmation

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June 30, 2016, 03:00:48 AM
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Philippines or Tagalog translation: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1531206.new#new Smiley

looks good to me but you forget the title

send me your address and you'll receive the payment in less than 24h after confirmation

I want to add [PHL] extension in the title thread but it cannot because the title name is already full

5ij98VA87hUCXoo1NJ7P8TpLeQjELrjnLi thanks Smiley


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June 30, 2016, 03:16:01 AM
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How about indonesian language?
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How about indonesian language?

Newbies cannot post images, sorry

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