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May 26, 2017, 10:32:37 AM
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### CWI-POOLS - MAINTENANCE

hi all ...

for the next hour or two - the cwi-pools system is undergoing maintenance ...

disruption to the mining will be as minimal as possible - and the stratum servers will be reactivated as soon as possible while we undergo a few changes to the pools ... this will mean mining will be disrupted momentarily - but not too long ... whereas the actual pools will be down a little while longer ...

changes in the cwi-pools system include ( but not limited to ) the following ...

- full update to the server os ...
- full cleanup of residual files ( temp / junk ) ...
- update to scripts running the services ...
- port updates to some of the stratums for lodiff and hidiff mining - which will eventually encompass all stratums ...
- changes to the pool selector ... amsterdamcoin ( ams ) removed due to malfunctioning daemon ( rpc ) - goldblocks ( gb ) official pool removed due to now becoming full pos ...

some of these changes will be presented later - as the main page for the pools is currently being put together to make things a lot easier to negotiate and understand for mining at cwi-pools ...

cleanup of compilation directories and other miscellaneous directories will also be done - to make way for the new stratum server going online in the coming months ...

tanx ...

#crysx

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### CWI-POOLS - UPDATES

hi all ...

as a lot of you know - there have been some pretty major devastating issues that have happened to the thefram recently ... so much so - it instigated a reshuffle of priorities AND funds ...

for the cwi-pool system to be a solid system - it will soon be split into two or three dedicated servers to run the various components of the mpos module of the cwi-pool system ... that is goign to happen soon when we can reestablish the backend to cater for it ... for the time being we are at the stage of improving the level of mining that the cwi-pool system can supply ...

currently - all the x11 / x14 / quark pools now have both low difficulty ( lodiff ) and high difficulty ( hidiff ) ports active ... these ports are here to support those with the cpu / gpu as well as highend gpu / asic / farms / rental ( like nicehash and miningrigrentals ) ...

this is merely a 'brief' to let you all know what everything means on the cwi-pool system - to try and make mining that little bit simpler and easier to do ...

we are dealing with the mpos module of cwi-pools - so they are not too difficult - but not as easy as the non-registration pool we are currently developing ... but we have tried to make the process as simple as a three step method ...


1 - go to the pool landing page and choose a pool and register ( preferrably the granite pool - but being all part of the sso system - any pool should do ) ...
2 - setup your profile with special attention to your workers and payout addresses and amounts ...
3 - set the parameters in your miner to mine on the designated pools ...


lets just use granite ( grn ) for example ...

the very first step is of course to get to the site that directs you to our cwi-pool system and register ... the registration process is simple and painless and only takes a few minutes at most ...

after typing the url for our cwi-pool system - you will be taken to the main pool page ... this page is a work-in-progress and will continue to change and be added to as we continue with this porject ...

the current address ( which will change after the new dedicated servers are implemented ) is - http://pool.chainworksindustries.com/ ... choose a pool you wish to mine on and click the link ... this will open a new window / tab for the pool ... the top left hand corner of the pool informs you ( the miner ) all you need to know about the pool itself - and if you click that title bar - it will have a pull down menu of any other pools we currently run ... which you can change to just by clicking on the other pool title you wish to look at from this pull down menu ...

the menubar has a few bits of information about the pool you are on ...

ie - 'granite ( grn ) - official pool - x11 | 7000 | 7100 - beta c7x64' ...

the information that is supplied at a glance to you is broken down into these parts ...

the name of the PoW coin ( and the ticker ) - the ownership of the pool - the algo - the lodiff port | the hidiff port - the designation for the level of the testing / working for the pool ( alpha / beta / production ) - and the code we have designated for it ( c7x64 ) ...

in our example above -

- the coin is granite ...
- the ticker is grn ...
- the algorithm is x11 ...
- the lodiff port is 7000 ...
- the hidiff port is 7100 ...
- the testing / working level ...
- the cwi code of the pool server while in alpha / beta ...

in the titlebar of the browser ( in the topmost level of your browser ) shows the current address - currently pool.chainworksindustries.com ...

so all those components are put together as the mining parameters - just add the 'stratum+tcp://' to the beginning of the address - and your personal miner parameters you use for your cards ( like intensity and so forth ) - and you will have the parameters for that particular pool ...

so if you intended on mining granite with a gpu ( or small asic ) the miner parameters would look like so ( using ccminer in linux commandline as an example ) -

Code:
./ccminer -a x11 -o stratum+tcp://pool.chainworksidustries.com:7000/ -O chrysophylax.cwi:x <your personal miner parameters go here>

if you intended on mining dash with a gpu ( or small asic ) the miner would look like so ( using ccminer as an example ) -

Code:
./ccminer -a x11 -o stratum+tcp://pool.chainworksidustries.com:7100/ -O chrysophylax.cwi:x <your personal miner parameters go here>

as far as the instructions that are contained in the 'help' section of the mpos pool is concerned - those settings are a 'standard' settings hardcoded in the mpos pool code - and we will be changing the parts that need to be changed accordingly for the 'help' section - as it is not current on the main 'official' mpos git ( and also outdated / abandoned by the core mpos team ) - and out of date with the newer miners available today ... but that will not take priority just yet ...

a smaller more compact version will be created in the main page of all the pools - so that there is no ambiguity ... unless of course - there are special settings that will need to be implemented ... the current stratum / mpos settings that we have now - do not require any of these more 'exotic' settings for the more 'exotic' algorithms as yet ...

the sha256d and scrypt pools will follow suit - starting with the bitcoin pool ... implementing two ports are not that simple - but will be required for our miners to use - and will make it almost effortsless to mine with both light and heavy mining equipment ...

we hope this post has been helpful - and hope to see you mining away ...

as with all things cwi - any feedback is appreciated - any help is appreciated - any issue please post ... and if you can test any or all the ports available for mining on all our pools - please do ... we do not have all the equipment currently to test every single algo ( especially asic sha256d and scrypt ) - but that will change as we rebuild cwi-thefarm once again ...

if you have the equipment - and want to try out another another pool system - and want to help us create a better one by testing and mining - then please direct any and all hashrates you are willing to hit the pools with ...

ALL cwi-pools will have the same VERY low 0.7% fee - and any donations you wish to give - to keep this all progressing in a forward and positive direction ... with more pools being added as time and servers permit ... if you have any suggestions as to what pools we should add - please fire away and list them ... we cannot implement all algos yet - but ill amend this post with the algos we can add ( almost ) immediately ...

tanx ...

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I guess I'm little late to the party I see but a little late is better than never!

Maybe I can bring something to the table sometime soon!

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I guess I'm little late to the party I see but a little late is better than never!

Maybe I can bring something to the table sometime soon!

hi TronQuix and welcome ...

never really late for something that is an ongoing development Wink ...

what is it you can bring? ...

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### CWI-ECOSYSTEM - UPDATE

hi all ...

there have been many things happening in the background for cwi - so patience is all we have asked and so far received ...

the cwi-coins projects is being rebuilt and we did mention this would take some time ... so patience is still the name of the game here ... so many coins are being pumped at the moment - and we have NO intention to mess around with pumping any of the cwi-coins ... our focus has been - and always will be - progression in the projects ... one development at a time - one coin at a time ...

right now - its infrastructure ... especially since our original thefarm fell victim to a massive brownout and was mostly destroyed ... this rebuild is a BIG undertakign and will not be completed 'overnight' ... it takes months ...

i will not be here ( bct ) much - as my role in all that is cwi is focused more on the backend - predominantly 'thefarm' ( the actual mining ) and 'thegrid' ( the platform thefarm is sitting on - as well as the development of the cwi-cooling system for all gpu-based and asic-based mining systems ... this is also one of the reasons why the op is still not updated ... apart from the fact im VERY bad at doing these sorts of things ( especially making them 'pretty' ) - we here at cwi all agree with the responses that time needs to spent on all our threads to have them updated - even at the very least with the basic info ...

as for updates - well! ...

cwi itself has gone through a very big restructure ... a solid foundation is what we have worked on - and still working tirelessly to attain ...

gownam is much more involved now - and he is much more hands-on ... which means he also will be coming here ( bct ) from time to time to update and inform ... he is the owner / ceo of chainworks industries ( cwi ) and is ALWAYS working on cwi from many angles - especially the business side ... which is also one of the reasons he is quite scarce here ... marketing and the promotional areas of the cwi-business will be setup soon after we get all the backend solid and stable ... no use marketing a system that is unfinished ...

all this takes time - money - effort - and mostly patience while we test EVERYTHING we design - develop - and implement ...

so far - our coin projects are running very well and will continue to run the way they are until we have built the backend to the level we are happy with ... these are our 'own' coin projects - and are excited to be redeveloping them when the time comes later this year ...

granite ( grn ) - our original and flagship coin ...
ozziecoin ( ozc ) - our country coin ( a coin for ozzies worldwide ) ...
droidz ( drz ) - our resurrected and changing PoS coin ...
influxcoin ( infx ) - our newest coin addition with huge development potential ...

all the coin codes are available on our 'official' cwi-git for those savvy enough to compile for themselves here - https://github.com/chainworksindustries/ ...

the other coins we are happy to be affiliated with - and proud to support - will be listed in the op when it is completed ...

we are a few weeks away from getting the infrastructure of thefarm setup - when work will continue on thegrid and thefarm thereafter ...

the cwi-cloud based infrastructure is growing steadily - and is about to get a full revamp ... currently - the 25vps systems ( seednodes and others ) as well as the current dedicated servers - are being prepared for the full migration across to much larger vps and dedicated servers ... the number of vps systems will grow from the 25seednodes ( currently only 18seednodes are active at any one time ) to 70vps systems dedicated to servicing the cwi-coin projects mentioned above ... the affiliate and supported coins will remain supported - but will not have the same accessibility to the full seednodes ... they will still have the arranged support that has been agreed upon ... ( affiliate coins - 25sednodes ... supported coins - 3 or 7 seednodes depending on the arrangement ) ...

the cwi-coins seednode addresses are already set and hardcoded in all the above cwi-coins - with new windows / osx wallets to be released shortly for all cwi-coins so that everyone can have full accessibility to the new cwi-cloud infrastructure without lifting a finger ... this will ease and speed - syncing of the wallets for newcomers and 'old-schoolers' alike Smiley ...

the dedicated cwi-pool server is ready for a full upgrade ... as many of you have seen and experienced - there is some lag with the web accessibility of the pools ... though this does not affect the the mining itself - it does make for a lack-lustre experience ... a new 'big' dedicated server ( cwi-stratum ) will be introduced in the coming months to relieve the load - and speed the mining experience by a large factor ... we are working tirelessly to make this happen ...

currently - the mpos / cwi-stratum system is the main module for the cwi-pools system ... but this undergoing a change also in the coming months - where we plan on adding different pools ( both design and mining methods ) to the cwi-pools system as separate modules ... this will allow the miner ( yup - YOU ) to have a choice as to 'how' to mine - not just 'what' to mine ...

much more in depth updates will be forthcoming - but for now - we appreciate the patience ...

#crysx

Hi all,
I have one problem with OZC wallet. I finally menage to create wallet on linux, but when I run it it says 0 active connections to Ozziecoin network.
I have some coins in my backuped wallet that I mined a few years ago, and now I can't use them. Is there any solutions for this situation.

Thnx in advance
Wink
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June 14, 2017, 11:28:33 AM
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### CWI-ECOSYSTEM - UPDATE

hi all ...

there have been many things happening in the background for cwi - so patience is all we have asked and so far received ...

the cwi-coins projects is being rebuilt and we did mention this would take some time ... so patience is still the name of the game here ... so many coins are being pumped at the moment - and we have NO intention to mess around with pumping any of the cwi-coins ... our focus has been - and always will be - progression in the projects ... one development at a time - one coin at a time ...

right now - its infrastructure ... especially since our original thefarm fell victim to a massive brownout and was mostly destroyed ... this rebuild is a BIG undertakign and will not be completed 'overnight' ... it takes months ...

i will not be here ( bct ) much - as my role in all that is cwi is focused more on the backend - predominantly 'thefarm' ( the actual mining ) and 'thegrid' ( the platform thefarm is sitting on - as well as the development of the cwi-cooling system for all gpu-based and asic-based mining systems ... this is also one of the reasons why the op is still not updated ... apart from the fact im VERY bad at doing these sorts of things ( especially making them 'pretty' ) - we here at cwi all agree with the responses that time needs to spent on all our threads to have them updated - even at the very least with the basic info ...

as for updates - well! ...

cwi itself has gone through a very big restructure ... a solid foundation is what we have worked on - and still working tirelessly to attain ...

gownam is much more involved now - and he is much more hands-on ... which means he also will be coming here ( bct ) from time to time to update and inform ... he is the owner / ceo of chainworks industries ( cwi ) and is ALWAYS working on cwi from many angles - especially the business side ... which is also one of the reasons he is quite scarce here ... marketing and the promotional areas of the cwi-business will be setup soon after we get all the backend solid and stable ... no use marketing a system that is unfinished ...

all this takes time - money - effort - and mostly patience while we test EVERYTHING we design - develop - and implement ...

so far - our coin projects are running very well and will continue to run the way they are until we have built the backend to the level we are happy with ... these are our 'own' coin projects - and are excited to be redeveloping them when the time comes later this year ...

granite ( grn ) - our original and flagship coin ...
ozziecoin ( ozc ) - our country coin ( a coin for ozzies worldwide ) ...
droidz ( drz ) - our resurrected and changing PoS coin ...
influxcoin ( infx ) - our newest coin addition with huge development potential ...

all the coin codes are available on our 'official' cwi-git for those savvy enough to compile for themselves here - https://github.com/chainworksindustries/ ...

the other coins we are happy to be affiliated with - and proud to support - will be listed in the op when it is completed ...

we are a few weeks away from getting the infrastructure of thefarm setup - when work will continue on thegrid and thefarm thereafter ...

the cwi-cloud based infrastructure is growing steadily - and is about to get a full revamp ... currently - the 25vps systems ( seednodes and others ) as well as the current dedicated servers - are being prepared for the full migration across to much larger vps and dedicated servers ... the number of vps systems will grow from the 25seednodes ( currently only 18seednodes are active at any one time ) to 70vps systems dedicated to servicing the cwi-coin projects mentioned above ... the affiliate and supported coins will remain supported - but will not have the same accessibility to the full seednodes ... they will still have the arranged support that has been agreed upon ... ( affiliate coins - 25sednodes ... supported coins - 3 or 7 seednodes depending on the arrangement ) ...

the cwi-coins seednode addresses are already set and hardcoded in all the above cwi-coins - with new windows / osx wallets to be released shortly for all cwi-coins so that everyone can have full accessibility to the new cwi-cloud infrastructure without lifting a finger ... this will ease and speed - syncing of the wallets for newcomers and 'old-schoolers' alike Smiley ...

the dedicated cwi-pool server is ready for a full upgrade ... as many of you have seen and experienced - there is some lag with the web accessibility of the pools ... though this does not affect the the mining itself - it does make for a lack-lustre experience ... a new 'big' dedicated server ( cwi-stratum ) will be introduced in the coming months to relieve the load - and speed the mining experience by a large factor ... we are working tirelessly to make this happen ...

currently - the mpos / cwi-stratum system is the main module for the cwi-pools system ... but this undergoing a change also in the coming months - where we plan on adding different pools ( both design and mining methods ) to the cwi-pools system as separate modules ... this will allow the miner ( yup - YOU ) to have a choice as to 'how' to mine - not just 'what' to mine ...

much more in depth updates will be forthcoming - but for now - we appreciate the patience ...

#crysx

Hi all,
I have one problem with OZC wallet. I finally menage to create wallet on linux, but when I run it it says 0 active connections to Ozziecoin network.
I have some coins in my backuped wallet that I mined a few years ago, and now I can't use them. Is there any solutions for this situation.

Thnx in advance
Wink


hi kingbb ...

are you using the older wallets? ...

if so the seednodes from the original wallet have been removed - and you need to submit new nodes to the ozziecoin.conf file ...

the newer ozc wallets work fine - and we are working on bringing to market the newer wallets with all 70 hardcoded seednodes soon ... we are working with a VERY trusted dev to compile and produce the new windows and osx wallets for all our coins ...

if however - you do have the older wallet - it can still be used if you add some or all of the seednodes ...

for ozc - these work like this ...

Code:
addnode=ozc-seed01.chainworksindustries.com
addnode=ozc-seed02.chainworksindustries.com
addnode=ozc-seed03.chainworksindustries.com
addnode=ozc-seed04.chainworksindustries.com
addnode=ozc-seed05.chainworksindustries.com
addnode=ozc-seed06.chainworksindustries.com
addnode=ozc-seed07.chainworksindustries.com

this 'seedxx' parameter goes right up to 70 now - even though only the first 18 ( ozc-seed18.chainworksindustries.com ) are completely functional currently ... the rest will be soon ...

this is the same for all of the coins - which all start with the tickker and seed number ...

so for -

granite it would be grn-seed01.chainworksindustries.com ...
ozziecoin it would be ozc-seed01.chainworksindustries.com ...
droidz it would be drz-seed01.chainworksindustries.com ...
influxcoin it would be infx-seed01.chainworksindustries.com ...

though with influx only the first seednode is active - as the other seednodes will be built next week ...

we are in the process of simplifying and making available these instructions - in the creation of the new op ( and the reserved posts below it ) soon ...

let us know how you fare ...

#crysx

grn - Gfz2cXMkhMZYWSFvLEMnM8bXk7X5Mtq2J2 . exchange - https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Exchange/?market=GRN_BTC . cwi thread - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1563601 . email - crysx@gnxs.com .
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### CWI-ECOSYSTEM - UPDATE

hi all ...

there have been many things happening in the background for cwi - so patience is all we have asked and so far received ...

the cwi-coins projects is being rebuilt and we did mention this would take some time ... so patience is still the name of the game here ... so many coins are being pumped at the moment - and we have NO intention to mess around with pumping any of the cwi-coins ... our focus has been - and always will be - progression in the projects ... one development at a time - one coin at a time ...

right now - its infrastructure ... especially since our original thefarm fell victim to a massive brownout and was mostly destroyed ... this rebuild is a BIG undertakign and will not be completed 'overnight' ... it takes months ...

i will not be here ( bct ) much - as my role in all that is cwi is focused more on the backend - predominantly 'thefarm' ( the actual mining ) and 'thegrid' ( the platform thefarm is sitting on - as well as the development of the cwi-cooling system for all gpu-based and asic-based mining systems ... this is also one of the reasons why the op is still not updated ... apart from the fact im VERY bad at doing these sorts of things ( especially making them 'pretty' ) - we here at cwi all agree with the responses that time needs to spent on all our threads to have them updated - even at the very least with the basic info ...

as for updates - well! ...

cwi itself has gone through a very big restructure ... a solid foundation is what we have worked on - and still working tirelessly to attain ...

gownam is much more involved now - and he is much more hands-on ... which means he also will be coming here ( bct ) from time to time to update and inform ... he is the owner / ceo of chainworks industries ( cwi ) and is ALWAYS working on cwi from many angles - especially the business side ... which is also one of the reasons he is quite scarce here ... marketing and the promotional areas of the cwi-business will be setup soon after we get all the backend solid and stable ... no use marketing a system that is unfinished ...

all this takes time - money - effort - and mostly patience while we test EVERYTHING we design - develop - and implement ...

so far - our coin projects are running very well and will continue to run the way they are until we have built the backend to the level we are happy with ... these are our 'own' coin projects - and are excited to be redeveloping them when the time comes later this year ...

granite ( grn ) - our original and flagship coin ...
ozziecoin ( ozc ) - our country coin ( a coin for ozzies worldwide ) ...
droidz ( drz ) - our resurrected and changing PoS coin ...
influxcoin ( infx ) - our newest coin addition with huge development potential ...

all the coin codes are available on our 'official' cwi-git for those savvy enough to compile for themselves here - https://github.com/chainworksindustries/ ...

the other coins we are happy to be affiliated with - and proud to support - will be listed in the op when it is completed ...

we are a few weeks away from getting the infrastructure of thefarm setup - when work will continue on thegrid and thefarm thereafter ...

the cwi-cloud based infrastructure is growing steadily - and is about to get a full revamp ... currently - the 25vps systems ( seednodes and others ) as well as the current dedicated servers - are being prepared for the full migration across to much larger vps and dedicated servers ... the number of vps systems will grow from the 25seednodes ( currently only 18seednodes are active at any one time ) to 70vps systems dedicated to servicing the cwi-coin projects mentioned above ... the affiliate and supported coins will remain supported - but will not have the same accessibility to the full seednodes ... they will still have the arranged support that has been agreed upon ... ( affiliate coins - 25sednodes ... supported coins - 3 or 7 seednodes depending on the arrangement ) ...

the cwi-coins seednode addresses are already set and hardcoded in all the above cwi-coins - with new windows / osx wallets to be released shortly for all cwi-coins so that everyone can have full accessibility to the new cwi-cloud infrastructure without lifting a finger ... this will ease and speed - syncing of the wallets for newcomers and 'old-schoolers' alike Smiley ...

the dedicated cwi-pool server is ready for a full upgrade ... as many of you have seen and experienced - there is some lag with the web accessibility of the pools ... though this does not affect the the mining itself - it does make for a lack-lustre experience ... a new 'big' dedicated server ( cwi-stratum ) will be introduced in the coming months to relieve the load - and speed the mining experience by a large factor ... we are working tirelessly to make this happen ...

currently - the mpos / cwi-stratum system is the main module for the cwi-pools system ... but this undergoing a change also in the coming months - where we plan on adding different pools ( both design and mining methods ) to the cwi-pools system as separate modules ... this will allow the miner ( yup - YOU ) to have a choice as to 'how' to mine - not just 'what' to mine ...

much more in depth updates will be forthcoming - but for now - we appreciate the patience ...

#crysx

Hi all,
I have one problem with OZC wallet. I finally menage to create wallet on linux, but when I run it it says 0 active connections to Ozziecoin network.
I have some coins in my backuped wallet that I mined a few years ago, and now I can't use them. Is there any solutions for this situation.

Thnx in advance
Wink


hi kingbb ...

are you using the older wallets? ...

if so the seednodes from the original wallet have been removed - and you need to submit new nodes to the ozziecoin.conf file ...

the newer ozc wallets work fine - and we are working on bringing to market the newer wallets with all 70 hardcoded seednodes soon ... we are working with a VERY trusted dev to compile and produce the new windows and osx wallets for all our coins ...

if however - you do have the older wallet - it can still be used if you add some or all of the seednodes ...

for ozc - these work like this ...

Code:
addnode=ozc-seed01.chainworksindustries.com
addnode=ozc-seed02.chainworksindustries.com
addnode=ozc-seed03.chainworksindustries.com
addnode=ozc-seed04.chainworksindustries.com
addnode=ozc-seed05.chainworksindustries.com
addnode=ozc-seed06.chainworksindustries.com
addnode=ozc-seed07.chainworksindustries.com

this 'seedxx' parameter goes right up to 70 now - even though only the first 18 ( ozc-seed18.chainworksindustries.com ) are completely functional currently ... the rest will be soon ...

this is the same for all of the coins - which all start with the tickker and seed number ...

so for -

granite it would be grn-seed01.chainworksindustries.com ...
ozziecoin it would be ozc-seed01.chainworksindustries.com ...
droidz it would be drz-seed01.chainworksindustries.com ...
influxcoin it would be infx-seed01.chainworksindustries.com ...

though with influx only the first seednode is active - as the other seednodes will be built next week ...

we are in the process of simplifying and making available these instructions - in the creation of the new op ( and the reserved posts below it ) soon ...

let us know how you fare ...

#crysx

Hi Crysx,
thnx for fast reply, yes you are right I use old wallet. I realise that the minute I post my question Smiley
I have tried to run new version from your github, through QT creator and as soon as I try to run it I got this error :

13:37:41: Running steps for project ozziecoin-qt...
13:37:41: Configuration unchanged, skipping qmake step.
13:37:41: Starting: "/usr/bin/make"
cd /home/bb/Downloads/ozziecoin-master (2)/src/leveldb && CC=gcc CXX=g++ /usr/bin/make OPT="-pipe -fstack-protector-all -D_FORTIFY_SOURCE=2 -O2" libleveldb.a libmemenv.a
/bin/sh: 1: Syntax error: "(" unexpected
make: *** [/home/bb/Downloads/ozziecoin-master (2)/src/leveldb/libleveldb.a] Error 2
13:37:41: The process "/usr/bin/make" exited with code 2.
Error while building/deploying project ozziecoin-qt (kit: Qt 4.8.6 (System))
When executing step 'Make'
13:37:41: Elapsed time: 00:00.

I run this on Ubuntu 14.04 in VirtualBox

I will try to add those nodes in old wallet, and will let you know Smiley

Thnx again

keep a good work

Cheers

UPDATE :

I add nodes and it is running Smiley

THnx again, I am 93 weeks behind Smiley it will sync a bit

Cheers guys


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### CWI-ECOSYSTEM - UPDATE

hi all ...

there have been many things happening in the background for cwi - so patience is all we have asked and so far received ...

the cwi-coins projects is being rebuilt and we did mention this would take some time ... so patience is still the name of the game here ... so many coins are being pumped at the moment - and we have NO intention to mess around with pumping any of the cwi-coins ... our focus has been - and always will be - progression in the projects ... one development at a time - one coin at a time ...

right now - its infrastructure ... especially since our original thefarm fell victim to a massive brownout and was mostly destroyed ... this rebuild is a BIG undertakign and will not be completed 'overnight' ... it takes months ...

i will not be here ( bct ) much - as my role in all that is cwi is focused more on the backend - predominantly 'thefarm' ( the actual mining ) and 'thegrid' ( the platform thefarm is sitting on - as well as the development of the cwi-cooling system for all gpu-based and asic-based mining systems ... this is also one of the reasons why the op is still not updated ... apart from the fact im VERY bad at doing these sorts of things ( especially making them 'pretty' ) - we here at cwi all agree with the responses that time needs to spent on all our threads to have them updated - even at the very least with the basic info ...

as for updates - well! ...

cwi itself has gone through a very big restructure ... a solid foundation is what we have worked on - and still working tirelessly to attain ...

gownam is much more involved now - and he is much more hands-on ... which means he also will be coming here ( bct ) from time to time to update and inform ... he is the owner / ceo of chainworks industries ( cwi ) and is ALWAYS working on cwi from many angles - especially the business side ... which is also one of the reasons he is quite scarce here ... marketing and the promotional areas of the cwi-business will be setup soon after we get all the backend solid and stable ... no use marketing a system that is unfinished ...

all this takes time - money - effort - and mostly patience while we test EVERYTHING we design - develop - and implement ...

so far - our coin projects are running very well and will continue to run the way they are until we have built the backend to the level we are happy with ... these are our 'own' coin projects - and are excited to be redeveloping them when the time comes later this year ...

granite ( grn ) - our original and flagship coin ...
ozziecoin ( ozc ) - our country coin ( a coin for ozzies worldwide ) ...
droidz ( drz ) - our resurrected and changing PoS coin ...
influxcoin ( infx ) - our newest coin addition with huge development potential ...

all the coin codes are available on our 'official' cwi-git for those savvy enough to compile for themselves here - https://github.com/chainworksindustries/ ...

the other coins we are happy to be affiliated with - and proud to support - will be listed in the op when it is completed ...

we are a few weeks away from getting the infrastructure of thefarm setup - when work will continue on thegrid and thefarm thereafter ...

the cwi-cloud based infrastructure is growing steadily - and is about to get a full revamp ... currently - the 25vps systems ( seednodes and others ) as well as the current dedicated servers - are being prepared for the full migration across to much larger vps and dedicated servers ... the number of vps systems will grow from the 25seednodes ( currently only 18seednodes are active at any one time ) to 70vps systems dedicated to servicing the cwi-coin projects mentioned above ... the affiliate and supported coins will remain supported - but will not have the same accessibility to the full seednodes ... they will still have the arranged support that has been agreed upon ... ( affiliate coins - 25sednodes ... supported coins - 3 or 7 seednodes depending on the arrangement ) ...

the cwi-coins seednode addresses are already set and hardcoded in all the above cwi-coins - with new windows / osx wallets to be released shortly for all cwi-coins so that everyone can have full accessibility to the new cwi-cloud infrastructure without lifting a finger ... this will ease and speed - syncing of the wallets for newcomers and 'old-schoolers' alike Smiley ...

the dedicated cwi-pool server is ready for a full upgrade ... as many of you have seen and experienced - there is some lag with the web accessibility of the pools ... though this does not affect the the mining itself - it does make for a lack-lustre experience ... a new 'big' dedicated server ( cwi-stratum ) will be introduced in the coming months to relieve the load - and speed the mining experience by a large factor ... we are working tirelessly to make this happen ...

currently - the mpos / cwi-stratum system is the main module for the cwi-pools system ... but this undergoing a change also in the coming months - where we plan on adding different pools ( both design and mining methods ) to the cwi-pools system as separate modules ... this will allow the miner ( yup - YOU ) to have a choice as to 'how' to mine - not just 'what' to mine ...

much more in depth updates will be forthcoming - but for now - we appreciate the patience ...

#crysx

Hi all,
I have one problem with OZC wallet. I finally menage to create wallet on linux, but when I run it it says 0 active connections to Ozziecoin network.
I have some coins in my backuped wallet that I mined a few years ago, and now I can't use them. Is there any solutions for this situation.

Thnx in advance
Wink


hi kingbb ...

are you using the older wallets? ...

if so the seednodes from the original wallet have been removed - and you need to submit new nodes to the ozziecoin.conf file ...

the newer ozc wallets work fine - and we are working on bringing to market the newer wallets with all 70 hardcoded seednodes soon ... we are working with a VERY trusted dev to compile and produce the new windows and osx wallets for all our coins ...

if however - you do have the older wallet - it can still be used if you add some or all of the seednodes ...

for ozc - these work like this ...

Code:
addnode=ozc-seed01.chainworksindustries.com
addnode=ozc-seed02.chainworksindustries.com
addnode=ozc-seed03.chainworksindustries.com
addnode=ozc-seed04.chainworksindustries.com
addnode=ozc-seed05.chainworksindustries.com
addnode=ozc-seed06.chainworksindustries.com
addnode=ozc-seed07.chainworksindustries.com

this 'seedxx' parameter goes right up to 70 now - even though only the first 18 ( ozc-seed18.chainworksindustries.com ) are completely functional currently ... the rest will be soon ...

this is the same for all of the coins - which all start with the tickker and seed number ...

so for -

granite it would be grn-seed01.chainworksindustries.com ...
ozziecoin it would be ozc-seed01.chainworksindustries.com ...
droidz it would be drz-seed01.chainworksindustries.com ...
influxcoin it would be infx-seed01.chainworksindustries.com ...

though with influx only the first seednode is active - as the other seednodes will be built next week ...

we are in the process of simplifying and making available these instructions - in the creation of the new op ( and the reserved posts below it ) soon ...

let us know how you fare ...

#crysx

Hi Crysx,
thnx for fast reply, yes you are right I use old wallet. I realise that the minute I post my question Smiley
I have tried to run new version from your github, through QT creator and as soon as I try to run it I got this error :

13:37:41: Running steps for project ozziecoin-qt...
13:37:41: Configuration unchanged, skipping qmake step.
13:37:41: Starting: "/usr/bin/make"
cd /home/bb/Downloads/ozziecoin-master (2)/src/leveldb && CC=gcc CXX=g++ /usr/bin/make OPT="-pipe -fstack-protector-all -D_FORTIFY_SOURCE=2 -O2" libleveldb.a libmemenv.a
/bin/sh: 1: Syntax error: "(" unexpected
make: *** [/home/bb/Downloads/ozziecoin-master (2)/src/leveldb/libleveldb.a] Error 2
13:37:41: The process "/usr/bin/make" exited with code 2.
Error while building/deploying project ozziecoin-qt (kit: Qt 4.8.6 (System))
When executing step 'Make'
13:37:41: Elapsed time: 00:00.

I run this on Ubuntu 14.04 in VirtualBox

I will try to add those nodes in old wallet, and will let you know Smiley

Thnx again

keep a good work

Cheers



all good mate ...

that error is saying that its not automatically compiling the leveldb components - you 'can' do it manually then finish the qt compile via qtcreator ...

but i find that the console compile is the easiest way of doing it ...

just log cd into the directory that you cloned into ( ie - git clone https://github.com/chainworksindustries/ozziecoin.git <dir you named> ) - or just leave it to clone into the directory name 'ozziecoin' ... then qmake and make ( i think thats how it goes in ubuntu ) ...

with fedora - its pretty straight forward ... and i usually compile WITHOUT uPNP and using qt5 ( with qt4 its as simple as qmake-qt4 ) ...

Code:
cd ozziecoin/
qmake-qt5 && make USE_UPNP=-

unless you have an issue with compiling leveldb of course - where you need to go into the leveldb directory and compile that first ... THEN go back to the main ozziecoin directory to compile the qt wallet ...

id be interested to see how you go ...

#crysx

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### CWI-ECOSYSTEM - UPDATE

hi all ...

there have been many things happening in the background for cwi - so patience is all we have asked and so far received ...

the cwi-coins projects is being rebuilt and we did mention this would take some time ... so patience is still the name of the game here ... so many coins are being pumped at the moment - and we have NO intention to mess around with pumping any of the cwi-coins ... our focus has been - and always will be - progression in the projects ... one development at a time - one coin at a time ...

right now - its infrastructure ... especially since our original thefarm fell victim to a massive brownout and was mostly destroyed ... this rebuild is a BIG undertakign and will not be completed 'overnight' ... it takes months ...

i will not be here ( bct ) much - as my role in all that is cwi is focused more on the backend - predominantly 'thefarm' ( the actual mining ) and 'thegrid' ( the platform thefarm is sitting on - as well as the development of the cwi-cooling system for all gpu-based and asic-based mining systems ... this is also one of the reasons why the op is still not updated ... apart from the fact im VERY bad at doing these sorts of things ( especially making them 'pretty' ) - we here at cwi all agree with the responses that time needs to spent on all our threads to have them updated - even at the very least with the basic info ...

as for updates - well! ...

cwi itself has gone through a very big restructure ... a solid foundation is what we have worked on - and still working tirelessly to attain ...

gownam is much more involved now - and he is much more hands-on ... which means he also will be coming here ( bct ) from time to time to update and inform ... he is the owner / ceo of chainworks industries ( cwi ) and is ALWAYS working on cwi from many angles - especially the business side ... which is also one of the reasons he is quite scarce here ... marketing and the promotional areas of the cwi-business will be setup soon after we get all the backend solid and stable ... no use marketing a system that is unfinished ...

all this takes time - money - effort - and mostly patience while we test EVERYTHING we design - develop - and implement ...

so far - our coin projects are running very well and will continue to run the way they are until we have built the backend to the level we are happy with ... these are our 'own' coin projects - and are excited to be redeveloping them when the time comes later this year ...

granite ( grn ) - our original and flagship coin ...
ozziecoin ( ozc ) - our country coin ( a coin for ozzies worldwide ) ...
droidz ( drz ) - our resurrected and changing PoS coin ...
influxcoin ( infx ) - our newest coin addition with huge development potential ...

all the coin codes are available on our 'official' cwi-git for those savvy enough to compile for themselves here - https://github.com/chainworksindustries/ ...

the other coins we are happy to be affiliated with - and proud to support - will be listed in the op when it is completed ...

we are a few weeks away from getting the infrastructure of thefarm setup - when work will continue on thegrid and thefarm thereafter ...

the cwi-cloud based infrastructure is growing steadily - and is about to get a full revamp ... currently - the 25vps systems ( seednodes and others ) as well as the current dedicated servers - are being prepared for the full migration across to much larger vps and dedicated servers ... the number of vps systems will grow from the 25seednodes ( currently only 18seednodes are active at any one time ) to 70vps systems dedicated to servicing the cwi-coin projects mentioned above ... the affiliate and supported coins will remain supported - but will not have the same accessibility to the full seednodes ... they will still have the arranged support that has been agreed upon ... ( affiliate coins - 25sednodes ... supported coins - 3 or 7 seednodes depending on the arrangement ) ...

the cwi-coins seednode addresses are already set and hardcoded in all the above cwi-coins - with new windows / osx wallets to be released shortly for all cwi-coins so that everyone can have full accessibility to the new cwi-cloud infrastructure without lifting a finger ... this will ease and speed - syncing of the wallets for newcomers and 'old-schoolers' alike Smiley ...

the dedicated cwi-pool server is ready for a full upgrade ... as many of you have seen and experienced - there is some lag with the web accessibility of the pools ... though this does not affect the the mining itself - it does make for a lack-lustre experience ... a new 'big' dedicated server ( cwi-stratum ) will be introduced in the coming months to relieve the load - and speed the mining experience by a large factor ... we are working tirelessly to make this happen ...

currently - the mpos / cwi-stratum system is the main module for the cwi-pools system ... but this undergoing a change also in the coming months - where we plan on adding different pools ( both design and mining methods ) to the cwi-pools system as separate modules ... this will allow the miner ( yup - YOU ) to have a choice as to 'how' to mine - not just 'what' to mine ...

much more in depth updates will be forthcoming - but for now - we appreciate the patience ...

#crysx

Hi all,
I have one problem with OZC wallet. I finally menage to create wallet on linux, but when I run it it says 0 active connections to Ozziecoin network.
I have some coins in my backuped wallet that I mined a few years ago, and now I can't use them. Is there any solutions for this situation.

Thnx in advance
Wink


hi kingbb ...

are you using the older wallets? ...

if so the seednodes from the original wallet have been removed - and you need to submit new nodes to the ozziecoin.conf file ...

the newer ozc wallets work fine - and we are working on bringing to market the newer wallets with all 70 hardcoded seednodes soon ... we are working with a VERY trusted dev to compile and produce the new windows and osx wallets for all our coins ...

if however - you do have the older wallet - it can still be used if you add some or all of the seednodes ...

for ozc - these work like this ...

Code:
addnode=ozc-seed01.chainworksindustries.com
addnode=ozc-seed02.chainworksindustries.com
addnode=ozc-seed03.chainworksindustries.com
addnode=ozc-seed04.chainworksindustries.com
addnode=ozc-seed05.chainworksindustries.com
addnode=ozc-seed06.chainworksindustries.com
addnode=ozc-seed07.chainworksindustries.com

this 'seedxx' parameter goes right up to 70 now - even though only the first 18 ( ozc-seed18.chainworksindustries.com ) are completely functional currently ... the rest will be soon ...

this is the same for all of the coins - which all start with the tickker and seed number ...

so for -

granite it would be grn-seed01.chainworksindustries.com ...
ozziecoin it would be ozc-seed01.chainworksindustries.com ...
droidz it would be drz-seed01.chainworksindustries.com ...
influxcoin it would be infx-seed01.chainworksindustries.com ...

though with influx only the first seednode is active - as the other seednodes will be built next week ...

we are in the process of simplifying and making available these instructions - in the creation of the new op ( and the reserved posts below it ) soon ...

let us know how you fare ...

#crysx

Hi Crysx,
thnx for fast reply, yes you are right I use old wallet. I realise that the minute I post my question Smiley
I have tried to run new version from your github, through QT creator and as soon as I try to run it I got this error :

13:37:41: Running steps for project ozziecoin-qt...
13:37:41: Configuration unchanged, skipping qmake step.
13:37:41: Starting: "/usr/bin/make"
cd /home/bb/Downloads/ozziecoin-master (2)/src/leveldb && CC=gcc CXX=g++ /usr/bin/make OPT="-pipe -fstack-protector-all -D_FORTIFY_SOURCE=2 -O2" libleveldb.a libmemenv.a
/bin/sh: 1: Syntax error: "(" unexpected
make: *** [/home/bb/Downloads/ozziecoin-master (2)/src/leveldb/libleveldb.a] Error 2
13:37:41: The process "/usr/bin/make" exited with code 2.
Error while building/deploying project ozziecoin-qt (kit: Qt 4.8.6 (System))
When executing step 'Make'
13:37:41: Elapsed time: 00:00.

I run this on Ubuntu 14.04 in VirtualBox

I will try to add those nodes in old wallet, and will let you know Smiley

Thnx again

keep a good work

Cheers



all good mate ...

that error is saying that its not automatically compiling the leveldb components - you 'can' do it manually then finish the qt compile via qtcreator ...

but i find that the console compile is the easiest way of doing it ...

just log cd into the directory that you cloned into ( ie - git clone https://github.com/chainworksindustries/ozziecoin.git <dir you named> ) - or just leave it to clone into the directory name 'ozziecoin' ... then qmake and make ( i think thats how it goes in ubuntu ) ...

with fedora - its pretty straight forward ... and i usually compile WITHOUT uPNP and using qt5 ( with qt4 its as simple as qmake-qt4 ) ...

Code:
cd ozziecoin/
qmake-qt5 && make USE_UPNP=-

unless you have an issue with compiling leveldb of course - where you need to go into the leveldb directory and compile that first ... THEN go back to the main ozziecoin directory to compile the qt wallet ...

id be interested to see how you go ...

#crysx

Hi Crysx,
I menage to build new wallet. Smiley After a day of sync it is stuck on 11h or 592720 block in history. Is this something that is my issue or you also had it?

Thnx
Cheers
B
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hi mate ...

https://chainz.cryptoid.info/ozc/ ...

always check the explorer when looking at sync and issues of the kind when it gets to this sort of level ...

you will see that someone ( zpool mainly ) mined the hell out of ozc raising the diff SO high - that the 'normal' miners need to work 10 times as hard to get to the next block ... this is why a low hashrate can affect a coin in an adverse way ... and also why we will be changing the algo in the coming months ... ozc and infx will get the same algo we are developing - which should alleviate that ...

i asked crackers ( crackfoo ) many times to take ozc and grn OFF his pool - and he disables both of the coins for a short while which we appreciate - but then enables them both back on after a month or so ...

o well ... its his pool ...

when thefarm is fully rebuilt - and the new algo implemented - we wont have this issue ...

so in answer to your question - no ... you are NOT doing nothing wrong at all ...

#crysx

grn - Gfz2cXMkhMZYWSFvLEMnM8bXk7X5Mtq2J2 . exchange - https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Exchange/?market=GRN_BTC . cwi thread - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1563601 . email - crysx@gnxs.com .
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hi mate ...

https://chainz.cryptoid.info/ozc/ ...

always check the explorer when looking at sync and issues of the kind when it gets to this sort of level ...

you will see that someone ( zpool mainly ) mined the hell out of ozc raising the diff SO high - that the 'normal' miners need to work 10 times as hard to get to the next block ... this is why a low hashrate can affect a coin in an adverse way ... and also why we will be changing the algo in the coming months ... ozc and infx will get the same algo we are developing - which should alleviate that ...

i asked crackers ( crackfoo ) many times to take ozc and grn OFF his pool - and he disables both of the coins for a short while which we appreciate - but then enables them both back on after a month or so ...

o well ... its his pool ...

when thefarm is fully rebuilt - and the new algo implemented - we wont have this issue ...

so in answer to your question - no ... you are NOT doing nothing wrong at all ...

#crysx

Thnx , so I will need to wait wallet to sync Smiley

Have a nice weekend
Cheers
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hi mate ...

https://chainz.cryptoid.info/ozc/ ...

always check the explorer when looking at sync and issues of the kind when it gets to this sort of level ...

you will see that someone ( zpool mainly ) mined the hell out of ozc raising the diff SO high - that the 'normal' miners need to work 10 times as hard to get to the next block ... this is why a low hashrate can affect a coin in an adverse way ... and also why we will be changing the algo in the coming months ... ozc and infx will get the same algo we are developing - which should alleviate that ...

i asked crackers ( crackfoo ) many times to take ozc and grn OFF his pool - and he disables both of the coins for a short while which we appreciate - but then enables them both back on after a month or so ...

o well ... its his pool ...

when thefarm is fully rebuilt - and the new algo implemented - we wont have this issue ...

so in answer to your question - no ... you are NOT doing nothing wrong at all ...

#crysx

Thnx , so I will need to wait wallet to sync Smiley

Have a nice weekend
Cheers
B

not really ...

the wallet IS in sync - its just behind like the other wallets are ... though it shouldnt say that it still has 11hours behind - as its already on the current block ...

ill push some hash there and see if i can move the blockchain to the next block with the other miners ...

you should see it change in the next 25mins ...

#crysx

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hi mate ...

https://chainz.cryptoid.info/ozc/ ...

always check the explorer when looking at sync and issues of the kind when it gets to this sort of level ...

you will see that someone ( zpool mainly ) mined the hell out of ozc raising the diff SO high - that the 'normal' miners need to work 10 times as hard to get to the next block ... this is why a low hashrate can affect a coin in an adverse way ... and also why we will be changing the algo in the coming months ... ozc and infx will get the same algo we are developing - which should alleviate that ...

i asked crackers ( crackfoo ) many times to take ozc and grn OFF his pool - and he disables both of the coins for a short while which we appreciate - but then enables them both back on after a month or so ...

o well ... its his pool ...

when thefarm is fully rebuilt - and the new algo implemented - we wont have this issue ...

so in answer to your question - no ... you are NOT doing nothing wrong at all ...

#crysx

Thnx , so I will need to wait wallet to sync Smiley

Have a nice weekend
Cheers
B

not really ...

the wallet IS in sync - its just behind like the other wallets are ... though it shouldnt say that it still has 11hours behind - as its already on the current block ...

ill push some hash there and see if i can move the blockchain to the next block with the other miners ...

you should see it change in the next 25mins ...

#crysx

It is moved Smiley

Thnx again, and again Smiley

I have just made transaction. I am very happy now Wink

Can you give me your address from ozc wallet, I want to send you some ozzie's as my appreciations to all your help.

B
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hi mate ...

https://chainz.cryptoid.info/ozc/ ...

always check the explorer when looking at sync and issues of the kind when it gets to this sort of level ...

you will see that someone ( zpool mainly ) mined the hell out of ozc raising the diff SO high - that the 'normal' miners need to work 10 times as hard to get to the next block ... this is why a low hashrate can affect a coin in an adverse way ... and also why we will be changing the algo in the coming months ... ozc and infx will get the same algo we are developing - which should alleviate that ...

i asked crackers ( crackfoo ) many times to take ozc and grn OFF his pool - and he disables both of the coins for a short while which we appreciate - but then enables them both back on after a month or so ...

o well ... its his pool ...

when thefarm is fully rebuilt - and the new algo implemented - we wont have this issue ...

so in answer to your question - no ... you are NOT doing nothing wrong at all ...

#crysx

Thnx , so I will need to wait wallet to sync Smiley

Have a nice weekend
Cheers
B

not really ...

the wallet IS in sync - its just behind like the other wallets are ... though it shouldnt say that it still has 11hours behind - as its already on the current block ...

ill push some hash there and see if i can move the blockchain to the next block with the other miners ...

you should see it change in the next 25mins ...

#crysx

It is moved Smiley

Thnx again, and again Smiley

I have just made transaction. I am very happy now Wink

Can you give me your address from ozc wallet, I want to send you some ozzie's as my appreciations to all your help.

B

all good mate ...

i moved some of the CWI-Mining to OZC so it would push it along a little ...

no need to send anything mate - honestly ... im glad that you have it working well ...

Smiley ...

#crysx

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### CWI-COINS - PRE-UPDATE

hi all ...

a small update as to the 'small update' of the new wallets ...

they are currently in testing and will be released soon ...

the updates to the wallets are minor ones - and is predominantly for the ease and speed of sync ...

current state thus far ...


granite ...

compiled - win / osx ...
test - currently testing - running well so far ...


ozziecoin ...

compiled - win / osx ...
test - currently testing - running well so far ...


droidz ...

compiled - currently issues with ecc compilation for win / osx ...
test - not yet ...


influxcoin ...

compiled - win / osx ...
test - currently testing - running well so far ...


all these wallets will be fully tested before release ...
all these wallets will have the latest code to date ...
all these wallets still have the 'mining code' - which means 'false positives' may occur when scanned by some virus scanners ...

some virus scanners may commit these wallets to 'false positive' alerts - but these are false alerts and NO virus exists within the official CWI download links to the wallets ...

they have been verified by CWI as clean and will NOT contain malicious code ( all the code can be viewed through our official CWI-Git ) - as well as trusted devs ... including the developer we have been working with ( and associated with ) for many years now - who created the windows / osx crosscompiled ( built in linux ) versions of these wallets - bumbacoin ...

when the droidz wallet is compiled and given the all clear - it too will be added to the list with the links for download ...

if you are STILL worried or concerned and do not trust these wallets - do not use them ... there is not much else that can be done for the time being - until ALL the mining code can be officially removed ... this will not be done for the foreseeable future - as the new algorithms that the coins will soon be given - will require in-wallet mining to occur ... until such time in-wallet mining will no longer be required ...

a lot in store over the coming months ...

#crysx

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### CWI-COINS - PRE-UPDATE

hi all ...

a small update as to the 'small update' of the new wallets ...

they are currently in testing and will be released soon ...

the updates to the wallets are minor ones - and is predominantly for the ease and speed of sync ...

current state thus far ...


granite ...

compiled - win / osx ...
test - currently testing - running well so far ...


ozziecoin ...

compiled - win / osx ...
test - currently testing - running well so far ...


droidz ...

compiled - currently issues with ecc compilation for win / osx ...
test - not yet ...


influxcoin ...

compiled - win / osx ...
test - currently testing - running well so far ...


all these wallets will be fully tested before release ...
all these wallets will have the latest code to date ...
all these wallets still have the 'mining code' - which means 'false positives' may occur when scanned by some virus scanners ...

some virus scanners may commit these wallets to 'false positive' alerts - but these are false alerts and NO virus exists within the official CWI download links to the wallets ...

they have been verified by CWI as clean and will NOT contain malicious code ( all the code can be viewed through our official CWI-Git ) - as well as trusted devs ... including the developer we have been working with ( and associated with ) for many years now - who created the windows / osx crosscompiled ( built in linux ) versions of these wallets - bumbacoin ...

when the droidz wallet is compiled and given the all clear - it too will be added to the list with the links for download ...

if you are STILL worried or concerned and do not trust these wallets - do not use them ... there is not much else that can be done for the time being - until ALL the mining code can be officially removed ... this will not be done for the foreseeable future - as the new algorithms that the coins will soon be given - will require in-wallet mining to occur ... until such time in-wallet mining will no longer be required ...

a lot in store over the coming months ...

#crysx

where i can find ozzie wallet ? can you put the links of the wallets ??

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June 30, 2017, 11:46:33 AM
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### CWI-COINS - PRE-UPDATE

hi all ...

a small update as to the 'small update' of the new wallets ...

they are currently in testing and will be released soon ...

the updates to the wallets are minor ones - and is predominantly for the ease and speed of sync ...

current state thus far ...


granite ...

compiled - win / osx ...
test - currently testing - running well so far ...


ozziecoin ...

compiled - win / osx ...
test - currently testing - running well so far ...


droidz ...

compiled - currently issues with ecc compilation for win / osx ...
test - not yet ...


influxcoin ...

compiled - win / osx ...
test - currently testing - running well so far ...


all these wallets will be fully tested before release ...
all these wallets will have the latest code to date ...
all these wallets still have the 'mining code' - which means 'false positives' may occur when scanned by some virus scanners ...

some virus scanners may commit these wallets to 'false positive' alerts - but these are false alerts and NO virus exists within the official CWI download links to the wallets ...

they have been verified by CWI as clean and will NOT contain malicious code ( all the code can be viewed through our official CWI-Git ) - as well as trusted devs ... including the developer we have been working with ( and associated with ) for many years now - who created the windows / osx crosscompiled ( built in linux ) versions of these wallets - bumbacoin ...

when the droidz wallet is compiled and given the all clear - it too will be added to the list with the links for download ...

if you are STILL worried or concerned and do not trust these wallets - do not use them ... there is not much else that can be done for the time being - until ALL the mining code can be officially removed ... this will not be done for the foreseeable future - as the new algorithms that the coins will soon be given - will require in-wallet mining to occur ... until such time in-wallet mining will no longer be required ...

a lot in store over the coming months ...

#crysx

where i can find ozzie wallet ? can you put the links of the wallets ??

as mentioned in the post ...

'they are currently in testing and will be released soon ...'

when we have ironed out ANY issues with the wallet - we will release ... so far - we have not had any issues - so if it continues this way - the working wallets will be released in the coming days ...

the only one we have an issue with releasing right now - is droidz wallet ... not because there is a problem with the code - but because the ecc compilation is much more difficult on this coin than the others for windows / osx ... we will get it soon Wink ...

the next version of the droidz wallet should be a lot more streamlined - so we wont have these issues with windows / osx compilations ...

tanx for your interest - and we will publish the links soon ...

which is another thing that we would like to add ... our dropbox connections ALWAYS error out - so we have decided to move to 'MEGA' - and so far they seem to be running quite well ... so the links we will be supplying will be connected to the MEGA storage system - as our website has been further delayed and as such - our storage facilities have been also ...

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June 30, 2017, 01:36:25 PM
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no tanx you !!
for your time and your valuable information !!

keep up the good work  Grin

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June 30, 2017, 01:46:03 PM
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no tanx you !!
for your time and your valuable information !!

keep up the good work  Grin

tanx ...

if you want to join the slack groups - just let me know ...

we will publish the list of those soon also ... with cwi being the main one ...

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