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September 13, 2016, 11:53:20 PM
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Why is so hard since yesterday to find a block ... Huh

Hashrate has increased alot -  it also has to do with luck, but there are many more miners now check the block explorer.

i hope it is real legit individual pc users...botnets are not very healthy to a coins ecosystem.
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September 14, 2016, 02:45:50 AM
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Hi! I closed my wallet after it froze and upon reopening lost my 2 blocks and 200 pascal Sad Now I can't seem to mine anything. This is the first coin I've ever tried to mine so I'm not very experienced and it was a lot of effort to set up ahaha what do?!  Huh thanks in advance

edit: also, when I reopen the application after closing I get a runtime error before it starts.
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September 14, 2016, 03:15:36 AM
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Hi! I closed my wallet after it froze and upon reopening lost my 2 blocks and 200 pascal Sad Now I can't seem to mine anything. This is the first coin I've ever tried to mine so I'm not very experienced and it was a lot of effort to set up ahaha what do?!  Huh thanks in advance

edit: also, when I reopen the application after closing I get a runtime error before it starts.
Make sure you have version 1.0.3 of the wallet.
To find your accounts, in the wallet click "explore my accounts with one of my wallet keys".
Make sure you select the key you were mining with.
If your coins don't show up with any of your keys then make sure you take preventive steps like backing up your private key!
Happy mining Smiley
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September 14, 2016, 03:20:25 AM
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Hi! I closed my wallet after it froze and upon reopening lost my 2 blocks and 200 pascal Sad Now I can't seem to mine anything. This is the first coin I've ever tried to mine so I'm not very experienced and it was a lot of effort to set up ahaha what do?!  Huh thanks in advance

edit: also, when I reopen the application after closing I get a runtime error before it starts.
Make sure you have version 1.0.3 of the wallet.
To find your accounts, in the wallet click "explore my accounts with one of my wallet keys".
Make sure you select the key you were mining with.
If your coins don't show up with any of your keys then make sure you take preventive steps like backing up your private key!
Happy mining Smiley

okay, I do need to update. But when I click on that wallet (its the same wallet) it still doesnt have the blocks Sad(( shoot. oh well. thanks for letting me know i need to update!
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September 14, 2016, 06:13:07 AM
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got this message on 2 of 3 of my nodes
check time, time seems ok, what may happened?

14.09.2016 4:02:45 Internal message: Detected a different time in an other node... check that your PC time is correct or you will be Blacklisted! Your time: 4:02:45 - 151.80.227.24:4004 time: 16:02:41 Difference: 43196 seconds
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September 14, 2016, 06:29:01 AM
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got this message on 2 of 3 of my nodes
check time, time seems ok, what may happened?

14.09.2016 4:02:45 Internal message: Detected a different time in an other node... check that your PC time is correct or you will be Blacklisted! Your time: 4:02:45 - 151.80.227.24:4004 time: 16:02:41 Difference: 43196 seconds


got those messages too in 2 of my rigs...still mining though
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September 14, 2016, 07:41:40 AM
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got this message on 2 of 3 of my nodes
check time, time seems ok, what may happened?

14.09.2016 4:02:45 Internal message: Detected a different time in an other node... check that your PC time is correct or you will be Blacklisted! Your time: 4:02:45 - 151.80.227.24:4004 time: 16:02:41 Difference: 43196 seconds


got those messages too in 2 of my rigs...still mining though

woke up to messages like that too apart from mines wasent mining lol

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September 14, 2016, 10:26:01 AM
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I edited the thread style a little bit if you want to use it Pascalcoin dev Smiley

Quote







          I want to let you know a new crypto currency (yet, another one) that has some differences from previous.

          Most important is that is designed to doesn't need historical operations to work and control double spend or check balance.

          Please read the Pascal Coin concept at White Paper:
          https://github.com/PascalCoin/PascalCoin/blob/master/PascalCoin%20White%20Paper%20-%20EN.pdf


          It's name is "Pascal Coin" due it's written in Pascal language.
          Full source code is available under the MIT license.











Full Source code is available at GitHub

https://github.com/PascalCoin/PascalCoin

And also, download a Windows installer of the Pascal Coin miner and Explorer at SourceForge

https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascalcoin/
                                                       








EDITED: 8/31/2016

New version of Wallet/Miner/Explorer available at SourceForge (BUILD 1.0.2): https://sourceforge.net/projects/pascalcoin/
Build 1.0.2.0

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- Improved hashing speed
- Allow mining without opening external ports
- Choose how many CPU's want to mine
- Show real-time pending operations waiting to be included in the block
- More stable
- Some miner modifications








https://twitter.com/PascalCoin











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September 14, 2016, 11:09:42 AM
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can every one post thir blocks, hashrate and time mined so that new and old users can have a aproximation how much to mine per block???
Does you having more payloads to do increase the chances of finding a block?
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September 14, 2016, 11:41:01 AM
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I use port 9999 and able to work normally , and get 1 block. Grin


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September 14, 2016, 02:19:53 PM
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!!! WARNING: This user is a newbie. If you are expecting a message from a more veteran member, then this is an imposter !!!

Hello,
I am wondering if pascalcoin has an increasing difficulty for mining.
Thank you.

Yes. difficulty is adjusted every block (calculating time average of last 100 blocks) and adjusting to be 5 minutes.
So... more miners... more difficult.

But, for now, a simple 4 core CPU working 24h mines more than 5 blocks a day... more or less.

(Remember to open your 4004 port, is more easy to mine with open port!)
Increasing difficulty is confirmed if anyone wanted to know.

I edited the thread style a little bit if you want to use it Pascalcoin dev Smiley
Awesome work man!
Definitely going to make it's way to polo with some nice aesthetics  Grin

can every one post thir blocks, hashrate and time mined so that new and old users can have a aproximation how much to mine per block???
Does you having more payloads to do increase the chances of finding a block?
Go through the whole thread, there are people posting their mining info (including me).
Happy mining Smiley
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No block found for the last two days: speed ~780Kh/s

                                 
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September 14, 2016, 07:56:19 PM
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got this message on 2 of 3 of my nodes
check time, time seems ok, what may happened?

14.09.2016 4:02:45 Internal message: Detected a different time in an other node... check that your PC time is correct or you will be Blacklisted! Your time: 4:02:45 - 151.80.227.24:4004 time: 16:02:41 Difference: 43196 seconds


got those messages too in 2 of my rigs...still mining though

woke up to messages like that too apart from mines wasent mining lol

I got a version of that message a few minutes ago. It included a similar but not identical IP address, which resolves to a location in the north of France thousands of miles from my site - namely 151.80.227.30:4004

My machine's clock was (and is) correct, the message claimed a difference of 25201 seconds.

Nice coin, btw. I hope it works out.

Edit: Update - about 17 hours later I got a similar message after a startup. IP address is different, but the claimed time difference is almost identical, about seven hours - "9/15/2016 8:49:39 AM Internal message: Detected a different time in an other node... check that your PC time is correct or you will be Blacklisted! Your time: 8:49:39 AM - 45.63.18.106:4004 time: 3:49:38 PM Difference: 25199 seconds"

Edit: Another update - got an almost identical message one hour later. Found a block during that hour though.      Wink
"9/15/2016 9:50:00 AM Internal message: Detected a different time in an other node... check that your PC time is correct or you will be Blacklisted! Your time: 9:50:00 AM - 45.63.18.106:4004 time: 4:50:00 PM Difference: 25199 seconds"

Idly wondering if this is a minor exploitable attack vector - future bad guy harvests user IP addys from system messages to himself caused by his own intentionally bad clock - when blacklisted, change addy, rinse and repeat?

Edit: One more update - a third message in the present series, all with the same IP addy. They seem to come at regular one-hour intervals.

"9/15/2016 10:50:04 AM Internal message: Detected a different time in an other node... check that your PC time is correct or you will be Blacklisted! Your time: 10:50:04 AM - 45.63.18.106:4004 time: 5:50:04 PM Difference: 25200 seconds"






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September 14, 2016, 10:46:59 PM
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got this message on 2 of 3 of my nodes
check time, time seems ok, what may happened?

14.09.2016 4:02:45 Internal message: Detected a different time in an other node... check that your PC time is correct or you will be Blacklisted! Your time: 4:02:45 - 151.80.227.24:4004 time: 16:02:41 Difference: 43196 seconds


got those messages too in 2 of my rigs...still mining though

woke up to messages like that too apart from mines wasent mining lol

I got a version of that message a few minutes ago. It included a similar but not identical IP address, which resolves to a location in the north of France thousands of miles from my site - namely 151.80.227.30:4004

My machine's clock was (and is) correct, the message claimed a difference of 25201 seconds.

Nice coin, btw. I hope it works out.





i got the same message and since then have been struggling to keep 2 connections and again i will say again my time is right :-) but will leave it running to see if i get anymore blocks :-) and hopefully keep my connections :-) and dose anyone know ruffly the price the coin will go on the exchange? and i hope yous are all having a good day/night where ever you are in the world :-)

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September 14, 2016, 10:50:58 PM
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No block found for the last two days: speed ~780Kh/s
Yeah bro last night I only got 5 blocks @ 8200Kh/s.
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No block found for the last two days: speed ~780Kh/s
Yeah bro last night I only got 5 blocks @ 8200Kh/s.


I got 5 last night too and I'm only getting 1800-1900kh/s out of my old CPU and to top it off windows is updating just now so I'm having to turn wallet off just now 😵 since windows is sucking the living daylights out of my CPU lol

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Difference 12h :/ what is 12h away from GMT+1 ?
How do we fiw that bug ? :0
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September 15, 2016, 12:22:30 AM
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Started running at 5x what I was before, still havent found a single block... or more accurately, I'm finding blocks and they arent being listed, just thrown away. Also got the same time message as everyone else

UPDATE: Took 2 days (whereas running at a fifth of the power got me 2 blocks in one day) but I finally got another block - how do I decode/save/whatever I'm supposed to do to ensure I don't lose the reward again when I close the application? Or am I not supposed to do anything and the lost 2 blocks before was just a glitch..?

another update: What I mean is I had 2 accounts with 100 pascal coins each, and all the empty accounts in between. When I reopened the application they were gone. I'm afraid to close my application now, out of fear of losing my coins again. What do I do to prevent this?
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September 15, 2016, 02:44:18 AM
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I'm mining at 30,270Kh/s and only found 2 blocks in 2 days.. Is that normal?
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Started running at 5x what I was before, still havent found a single block... or more accurately, I'm finding blocks and they arent being listed, just thrown away. Also got the same time message as everyone else

UPDATE: Took 2 days (whereas running at a fifth of the power got me 2 blocks in one day) but I finally got another block - how do I decode/save/whatever I'm supposed to do to ensure I don't lose the reward again when I close the application? Or am I not supposed to do anything and the lost 2 blocks before was just a glitch..?

another update: What I mean is I had 2 accounts with 100 pascal coins each, and all the empty accounts in between. When I reopened the application they were gone. I'm afraid to close my application now, out of fear of losing my coins again. What do I do to prevent this?
To prevent losing your coins, save the private key you used to mine it!
Your situation sounds weird, go through your private keys in your wallet and make sure it's not generating a new one every time.
Also make sure you always use the latest wallet client.

I'm mining at 30,270Kh/s and only found 2 blocks in 2 days.. Is that normal?
Definitely not normal, PM the dev with more details and he'll try to help you.
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