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January 21, 2018, 10:58:26 PM
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So many warnings in the claiming instructions...
How it is more risky to use the private key from Ledger Nano S in Agama, than using some other private key in Agama ??

"[Note: You can also use only with 1 Ledger Nano S for this purpose. But, you have to leave your funds exposed(!) for longer. Not recommended.]" ... Exposed to whom, where, how ??
I get the impression that there is some added danger there contrary to using only Agama without any hardwarewallet in the first place.

I'm reasoning that it must be a wrong impression because: Generating private key from the Nano S seed is done offline, logging in to Agama is done offline too (local signing) and resetting the Nano S is also done offline, so the seed/private key is not going anywhere from my PC. That means the only risk is stepping down from hardware-level security to software-level security only momentarily. If you don't have keyloggers, compromised wallet etc. it is not that big of a risk at all.
Is my reasoning reasonable ?
seems pretty reasonable.
Most people maybe are not as astute and have a blackbox "hardware wallet" which they trust is the most secure. By downshifting to where the seed is input into live systems it is less secure than leaving it in the hardware.

that being said by quickly transferring to a new hardware protected address, then it is indeed a short temporary degradation of security level.

another aspect is that by spending from that address, the pubkey will be published on the blockchain, so it loses its cold address security against Quantum Computers from the future

Why all of a sudden does the AgamaApp-0.2.0.25c-beta-windows-installer.exe that I had installed show 0 balance when it did show my 6 Komodo coins 3 weeks ago.
Also when I now try to re-install on my Window 7 computer this exe it says it can't find the file...which is what I'm double clicking on to install it.... It worked initially np.

So now after uninstalling the previous Agama AgamaApp-0.2.0.25c-beta-windows-installer.exe.
It showed the 6 coins a few weeks ago but now nothing.
The latest Agama wallet 2.0.26c says me previous wallet address key has incorrect WIF format.

The latest Agama wallet 2.0.26d won't even install because it says it can't find the file that I just clicked on....wth


Any help would be appreciated.
Thx!
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January 21, 2018, 11:00:02 PM
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Is this a good place to ask Barterdex questions?

I was trying to sell some CHIPS for KMD. There were buy orders present on  both sides of the market, mostly with 255 UTXO's. I clicked on various orders/amounts with low average volume and it filled the Min Price Sell and Max Amount Sell fields, but the amounts were different than the values shown on the BUY orders in the order book that I had originally clicked on to fill the fields.

So then I hit the SELL button, and a few moments later, my order appears on the sell side, but no transaction takes place. It seems odd that the buy orders keep going up in price, but nobody buys my lower-priced orders.

I have 15 KMD on deposit to allow for easy transactions.

Is there a reason my orders are not going through?

Thank you!
BarterDEX isn't like a traditional exchange where you just pick a random number and dump that much. In order for an exchange to take place, you have to have an amount of CoinA and want an an amount of CoinB, at the same time, the other party has to have that amount of CoinB (or close to it) *and* they have to want that amount of CoinA. If you try to sell 3 CHIPS at 0.1453 KMD to someone who's largest UTXO is 0.2 KMD, then the trade will not go through.

There's some "hit and miss" trial and error involved in getting used to it, but it all starts with letting go of expectations of everything you know from some other thing and learning this new thing.  Wink

This is nothing. Have you tried using EtherDelta?
It's very easier to learn how to repair the engine of a helicopter, than to trade on this site.  Cheesy

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January 21, 2018, 11:10:16 PM
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So many warnings in the claiming instructions...
How it is more risky to use the private key from Ledger Nano S in Agama, than using some other private key in Agama ??

"[Note: You can also use only with 1 Ledger Nano S for this purpose. But, you have to leave your funds exposed(!) for longer. Not recommended.]" ... Exposed to whom, where, how ??
I get the impression that there is some added danger there contrary to using only Agama without any hardwarewallet in the first place.

I'm reasoning that it must be a wrong impression because: Generating private key from the Nano S seed is done offline, logging in to Agama is done offline too (local signing) and resetting the Nano S is also done offline, so the seed/private key is not going anywhere from my PC. That means the only risk is stepping down from hardware-level security to software-level security only momentarily. If you don't have keyloggers, compromised wallet etc. it is not that big of a risk at all.
Is my reasoning reasonable ?
seems pretty reasonable.
Most people maybe are not as astute and have a blackbox "hardware wallet" which they trust is the most secure. By downshifting to where the seed is input into live systems it is less secure than leaving it in the hardware.

that being said by quickly transferring to a new hardware protected address, then it is indeed a short temporary degradation of security level.

another aspect is that by spending from that address, the pubkey will be published on the blockchain, so it loses its cold address security against Quantum Computers from the future

Why all of a sudden does the AgamaApp-0.2.0.25c-beta-windows-installer.exe that I had installed show 0 balance when it did show my 6 Komodo coins 3 weeks ago.
Also when I now try to re-install on my Window 7 computer this exe it says it can't find the file...which is what I'm double clicking on to install it.... It worked initially np.

So now after uninstalling the previous Agama AgamaApp-0.2.0.25c-beta-windows-installer.exe.
It showed the 6 coins a few weeks ago but now nothing.
The latest Agama wallet 2.0.26c says me previous wallet address key has incorrect WIF format.

The latest Agama wallet 2.0.26d won't even install because it says it can't find the file that I just clicked on....wth


Any help would be appreciated.
Thx!

1. Were you running the initial installation of Agama in Native or Lite mode?
2. I would look in the komodo blockchain explorer and check your address, if it shows your balance correctly then the coins are still there. If there is no balance then the coins might be on another address (which could be the case if you ran Agama in Native and made transactions)
3. If you ran Native, did you backup/save your wallet.dat file somewhere else?
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January 21, 2018, 11:24:20 PM
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So many warnings in the claiming instructions...
How it is more risky to use the private key from Ledger Nano S in Agama, than using some other private key in Agama ??

"[Note: You can also use only with 1 Ledger Nano S for this purpose. But, you have to leave your funds exposed(!) for longer. Not recommended.]" ... Exposed to whom, where, how ??
I get the impression that there is some added danger there contrary to using only Agama without any hardwarewallet in the first place.

I'm reasoning that it must be a wrong impression because: Generating private key from the Nano S seed is done offline, logging in to Agama is done offline too (local signing) and resetting the Nano S is also done offline, so the seed/private key is not going anywhere from my PC. That means the only risk is stepping down from hardware-level security to software-level security only momentarily. If you don't have keyloggers, compromised wallet etc. it is not that big of a risk at all.
Is my reasoning reasonable ?
seems pretty reasonable.
Most people maybe are not as astute and have a blackbox "hardware wallet" which they trust is the most secure. By downshifting to where the seed is input into live systems it is less secure than leaving it in the hardware.

that being said by quickly transferring to a new hardware protected address, then it is indeed a short temporary degradation of security level.

another aspect is that by spending from that address, the pubkey will be published on the blockchain, so it loses its cold address security against Quantum Computers from the future

Why all of a sudden does the AgamaApp-0.2.0.25c-beta-windows-installer.exe that I had installed show 0 balance when it did show my 6 Komodo coins 3 weeks ago.
Also when I now try to re-install on my Window 7 computer this exe it says it can't find the file...which is what I'm double clicking on to install it.... It worked initially np.

So now after uninstalling the previous Agama AgamaApp-0.2.0.25c-beta-windows-installer.exe.
It showed the 6 coins a few weeks ago but now nothing.
The latest Agama wallet 2.0.26c says me previous wallet address key has incorrect WIF format.

The latest Agama wallet 2.0.26d won't even install because it says it can't find the file that I just clicked on....wth


Any help would be appreciated.
Thx!

1. Were you running the initial installation of Agama in Native or Lite mode?
2. I would look in the komodo blockchain explorer and check your address, if it shows your balance correctly then the coins are still there. If there is no balance then the coins might be on another address (which could be the case if you ran Agama in Native and made transactions)
3. If you ran Native, did you backup/save your wallet.dat file somewhere else?
Thanks for the reply.
No I initially ran Agama in the Lite mode and it showed 0.
Then I downloaded the latest and tried in the Native mode, still shows 0.
No I didn't backup my wallet.dat, I read that it doesn't keep your wallet.dat where the install is so I shouldn't of have to back it up...

But now when I go back to install any of the Agama wallets it says it can't find the .exe file that I'm clicking on.
Not sure then how to install the Agama if my download says it can't even find the file I'm clicking on...

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January 21, 2018, 11:47:34 PM
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So many warnings in the claiming instructions...
How it is more risky to use the private key from Ledger Nano S in Agama, than using some other private key in Agama ??

"[Note: You can also use only with 1 Ledger Nano S for this purpose. But, you have to leave your funds exposed(!) for longer. Not recommended.]" ... Exposed to whom, where, how ??
I get the impression that there is some added danger there contrary to using only Agama without any hardwarewallet in the first place.

I'm reasoning that it must be a wrong impression because: Generating private key from the Nano S seed is done offline, logging in to Agama is done offline too (local signing) and resetting the Nano S is also done offline, so the seed/private key is not going anywhere from my PC. That means the only risk is stepping down from hardware-level security to software-level security only momentarily. If you don't have keyloggers, compromised wallet etc. it is not that big of a risk at all.
Is my reasoning reasonable ?
seems pretty reasonable.
Most people maybe are not as astute and have a blackbox "hardware wallet" which they trust is the most secure. By downshifting to where the seed is input into live systems it is less secure than leaving it in the hardware.

that being said by quickly transferring to a new hardware protected address, then it is indeed a short temporary degradation of security level.

another aspect is that by spending from that address, the pubkey will be published on the blockchain, so it loses its cold address security against Quantum Computers from the future

Why all of a sudden does the AgamaApp-0.2.0.25c-beta-windows-installer.exe that I had installed show 0 balance when it did show my 6 Komodo coins 3 weeks ago.
Also when I now try to re-install on my Window 7 computer this exe it says it can't find the file...which is what I'm double clicking on to install it.... It worked initially np.

So now after uninstalling the previous Agama AgamaApp-0.2.0.25c-beta-windows-installer.exe.
It showed the 6 coins a few weeks ago but now nothing.
The latest Agama wallet 2.0.26c says me previous wallet address key has incorrect WIF format.

The latest Agama wallet 2.0.26d won't even install because it says it can't find the file that I just clicked on....wth


Any help would be appreciated.
Thx!

1. Were you running the initial installation of Agama in Native or Lite mode?
2. I would look in the komodo blockchain explorer and check your address, if it shows your balance correctly then the coins are still there. If there is no balance then the coins might be on another address (which could be the case if you ran Agama in Native and made transactions)
3. If you ran Native, did you backup/save your wallet.dat file somewhere else?
Thanks for the reply.
No I initially ran Agama in the Lite mode and it showed 0.
Then I downloaded the latest and tried in the Native mode, still shows 0.
No I didn't backup my wallet.dat, I read that it doesn't keep your wallet.dat where the install is so I shouldn't of have to back it up...

But now when I go back to install any of the Agama wallets it says it can't find the .exe file that I'm clicking on.
Not sure then how to install the Agama if my download says it can't even find the file I'm clicking on...



I would first verify you have your KMD in your address. Go here and enter your address and see what your balance is. If you're KMD are there, and you have your original passphrase you are in business.

As for the installation, I would delete your old installation files, redownload the latest and run it from a console to see what other clues you can get.
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January 21, 2018, 11:50:05 PM
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So many warnings in the claiming instructions...
How it is more risky to use the private key from Ledger Nano S in Agama, than using some other private key in Agama ??

"[Note: You can also use only with 1 Ledger Nano S for this purpose. But, you have to leave your funds exposed(!) for longer. Not recommended.]" ... Exposed to whom, where, how ??
I get the impression that there is some added danger there contrary to using only Agama without any hardwarewallet in the first place.

I'm reasoning that it must be a wrong impression because: Generating private key from the Nano S seed is done offline, logging in to Agama is done offline too (local signing) and resetting the Nano S is also done offline, so the seed/private key is not going anywhere from my PC. That means the only risk is stepping down from hardware-level security to software-level security only momentarily. If you don't have keyloggers, compromised wallet etc. it is not that big of a risk at all.
Is my reasoning reasonable ?
seems pretty reasonable.
Most people maybe are not as astute and have a blackbox "hardware wallet" which they trust is the most secure. By downshifting to where the seed is input into live systems it is less secure than leaving it in the hardware.

that being said by quickly transferring to a new hardware protected address, then it is indeed a short temporary degradation of security level.

another aspect is that by spending from that address, the pubkey will be published on the blockchain, so it loses its cold address security against Quantum Computers from the future

Why all of a sudden does the AgamaApp-0.2.0.25c-beta-windows-installer.exe that I had installed show 0 balance when it did show my 6 Komodo coins 3 weeks ago.
Also when I now try to re-install on my Window 7 computer this exe it says it can't find the file...which is what I'm double clicking on to install it.... It worked initially np.

So now after uninstalling the previous Agama AgamaApp-0.2.0.25c-beta-windows-installer.exe.
It showed the 6 coins a few weeks ago but now nothing.
The latest Agama wallet 2.0.26c says me previous wallet address key has incorrect WIF format.

The latest Agama wallet 2.0.26d won't even install because it says it can't find the file that I just clicked on....wth


Any help would be appreciated.
Thx!

1. Were you running the initial installation of Agama in Native or Lite mode?
2. I would look in the komodo blockchain explorer and check your address, if it shows your balance correctly then the coins are still there. If there is no balance then the coins might be on another address (which could be the case if you ran Agama in Native and made transactions)
3. If you ran Native, did you backup/save your wallet.dat file somewhere else?
Thanks for the reply.
No I initially ran Agama in the Lite mode and it showed 0.
Then I downloaded the latest and tried in the Native mode, still shows 0.
No I didn't backup my wallet.dat, I read that it doesn't keep your wallet.dat where the install is so I shouldn't of have to back it up...

But now when I go back to install any of the Agama wallets it says it can't find the .exe file that I'm clicking on.
Not sure then how to install the Agama if my download says it can't even find the file I'm clicking on...



I would first verify you have your KMD in your address. Go here and enter your address and see what your balance is. If you're KMD are there, and you have your original passphrase you are in business.

As for the installation, I would delete your old installation files, redownload the latest and run it from a console to see what other clues you can get.

I meant go here .. https://kmd.explorer.supernet.org/
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January 22, 2018, 12:41:34 AM
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So many warnings in the claiming instructions...
How it is more risky to use the private key from Ledger Nano S in Agama, than using some other private key in Agama ??

"[Note: You can also use only with 1 Ledger Nano S for this purpose. But, you have to leave your funds exposed(!) for longer. Not recommended.]" ... Exposed to whom, where, how ??
I get the impression that there is some added danger there contrary to using only Agama without any hardwarewallet in the first place.

I'm reasoning that it must be a wrong impression because: Generating private key from the Nano S seed is done offline, logging in to Agama is done offline too (local signing) and resetting the Nano S is also done offline, so the seed/private key is not going anywhere from my PC. That means the only risk is stepping down from hardware-level security to software-level security only momentarily. If you don't have keyloggers, compromised wallet etc. it is not that big of a risk at all.
Is my reasoning reasonable ?
seems pretty reasonable.
Most people maybe are not as astute and have a blackbox "hardware wallet" which they trust is the most secure. By downshifting to where the seed is input into live systems it is less secure than leaving it in the hardware.

that being said by quickly transferring to a new hardware protected address, then it is indeed a short temporary degradation of security level.

another aspect is that by spending from that address, the pubkey will be published on the blockchain, so it loses its cold address security against Quantum Computers from the future

Why all of a sudden does the AgamaApp-0.2.0.25c-beta-windows-installer.exe that I had installed show 0 balance when it did show my 6 Komodo coins 3 weeks ago.
Also when I now try to re-install on my Window 7 computer this exe it says it can't find the file...which is what I'm double clicking on to install it.... It worked initially np.

So now after uninstalling the previous Agama AgamaApp-0.2.0.25c-beta-windows-installer.exe.
It showed the 6 coins a few weeks ago but now nothing.
The latest Agama wallet 2.0.26c says me previous wallet address key has incorrect WIF format.

The latest Agama wallet 2.0.26d won't even install because it says it can't find the file that I just clicked on....wth


Any help would be appreciated.
Thx!

1. Were you running the initial installation of Agama in Native or Lite mode?
2. I would look in the komodo blockchain explorer and check your address, if it shows your balance correctly then the coins are still there. If there is no balance then the coins might be on another address (which could be the case if you ran Agama in Native and made transactions)
3. If you ran Native, did you backup/save your wallet.dat file somewhere else?
Thanks for the reply.
No I initially ran Agama in the Lite mode and it showed 0.
Then I downloaded the latest and tried in the Native mode, still shows 0.
No I didn't backup my wallet.dat, I read that it doesn't keep your wallet.dat where the install is so I shouldn't of have to back it up...

But now when I go back to install any of the Agama wallets it says it can't find the .exe file that I'm clicking on.
Not sure then how to install the Agama if my download says it can't even find the file I'm clicking on...



I would first verify you have your KMD in your address. Go here and enter your address and see what your balance is. If you're KMD are there, and you have your original passphrase you are in business.

As for the installation, I would delete your old installation files, redownload the latest and run it from a console to see what other clues you can get.

I meant go here .. https://kmd.explorer.supernet.org/
Ok thanks I do see it in there...thank you!! :-)
So not sure if by trying to run in Native mode that I messed something up...I usually ran in Lite mode and it initially showed the 6 KMD using the 2.0.25c.exe.

Then when uninstalled and setup the 2.0.26c.exe I ran in Native mode, showing 0.  I then uninstalled that and tried to reinstall the 2.0.25c.exe that's when I noticed it doesn't see the .exe file I'm clicking on....oh well.

Maybe there's another way to get your KMD's back into a wallet...from this - https://kmd.explorer.supernet.org/  ?
Not sure if there is.
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January 22, 2018, 12:58:07 AM
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So many warnings in the claiming instructions...
How it is more risky to use the private key from Ledger Nano S in Agama, than using some other private key in Agama ??

"[Note: You can also use only with 1 Ledger Nano S for this purpose. But, you have to leave your funds exposed(!) for longer. Not recommended.]" ... Exposed to whom, where, how ??
I get the impression that there is some added danger there contrary to using only Agama without any hardwarewallet in the first place.

I'm reasoning that it must be a wrong impression because: Generating private key from the Nano S seed is done offline, logging in to Agama is done offline too (local signing) and resetting the Nano S is also done offline, so the seed/private key is not going anywhere from my PC. That means the only risk is stepping down from hardware-level security to software-level security only momentarily. If you don't have keyloggers, compromised wallet etc. it is not that big of a risk at all.
Is my reasoning reasonable ?
seems pretty reasonable.
Most people maybe are not as astute and have a blackbox "hardware wallet" which they trust is the most secure. By downshifting to where the seed is input into live systems it is less secure than leaving it in the hardware.

that being said by quickly transferring to a new hardware protected address, then it is indeed a short temporary degradation of security level.

another aspect is that by spending from that address, the pubkey will be published on the blockchain, so it loses its cold address security against Quantum Computers from the future

Why all of a sudden does the AgamaApp-0.2.0.25c-beta-windows-installer.exe that I had installed show 0 balance when it did show my 6 Komodo coins 3 weeks ago.
Also when I now try to re-install on my Window 7 computer this exe it says it can't find the file...which is what I'm double clicking on to install it.... It worked initially np.

So now after uninstalling the previous Agama AgamaApp-0.2.0.25c-beta-windows-installer.exe.
It showed the 6 coins a few weeks ago but now nothing.
The latest Agama wallet 2.0.26c says me previous wallet address key has incorrect WIF format.

The latest Agama wallet 2.0.26d won't even install because it says it can't find the file that I just clicked on....wth


Any help would be appreciated.
Thx!

1. Were you running the initial installation of Agama in Native or Lite mode?
2. I would look in the komodo blockchain explorer and check your address, if it shows your balance correctly then the coins are still there. If there is no balance then the coins might be on another address (which could be the case if you ran Agama in Native and made transactions)
3. If you ran Native, did you backup/save your wallet.dat file somewhere else?
Thanks for the reply.
No I initially ran Agama in the Lite mode and it showed 0.
Then I downloaded the latest and tried in the Native mode, still shows 0.
No I didn't backup my wallet.dat, I read that it doesn't keep your wallet.dat where the install is so I shouldn't of have to back it up...

But now when I go back to install any of the Agama wallets it says it can't find the .exe file that I'm clicking on.
Not sure then how to install the Agama if my download says it can't even find the file I'm clicking on...



I would first verify you have your KMD in your address. Go here and enter your address and see what your balance is. If you're KMD are there, and you have your original passphrase you are in business.

As for the installation, I would delete your old installation files, redownload the latest and run it from a console to see what other clues you can get.

I meant go here .. https://kmd.explorer.supernet.org/
Ok thanks I do see it in there...thank you!! :-)
So not sure if by trying to run in Native mode that I messed something up...I usually ran in Lite mode and it initially showed the 6 KMD using the 2.0.25c.exe.

Then when uninstalled and setup the 2.0.26c.exe I ran in Native mode, showing 0.  I then uninstalled that and tried to reinstall the 2.0.25c.exe that's when I noticed it doesn't see the .exe file I'm clicking on....oh well.

Maybe there's another way to get your KMD's back into a wallet...from this - https://kmd.explorer.supernet.org/  ?
Not sure if there is.

Keep in mind that in native mode you have to wait for the block chain to down which could take a while before you see your balance. I would keep trying to install Agama and only use it in lite mode if you get it running. In lite mode you should see your balance right away.
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January 22, 2018, 01:39:34 AM
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So many warnings in the claiming instructions...
How it is more risky to use the private key from Ledger Nano S in Agama, than using some other private key in Agama ??

"[Note: You can also use only with 1 Ledger Nano S for this purpose. But, you have to leave your funds exposed(!) for longer. Not recommended.]" ... Exposed to whom, where, how ??
I get the impression that there is some added danger there contrary to using only Agama without any hardwarewallet in the first place.

I'm reasoning that it must be a wrong impression because: Generating private key from the Nano S seed is done offline, logging in to Agama is done offline too (local signing) and resetting the Nano S is also done offline, so the seed/private key is not going anywhere from my PC. That means the only risk is stepping down from hardware-level security to software-level security only momentarily. If you don't have keyloggers, compromised wallet etc. it is not that big of a risk at all.
Is my reasoning reasonable ?
seems pretty reasonable.
Most people maybe are not as astute and have a blackbox "hardware wallet" which they trust is the most secure. By downshifting to where the seed is input into live systems it is less secure than leaving it in the hardware.

that being said by quickly transferring to a new hardware protected address, then it is indeed a short temporary degradation of security level.

another aspect is that by spending from that address, the pubkey will be published on the blockchain, so it loses its cold address security against Quantum Computers from the future

Why all of a sudden does the AgamaApp-0.2.0.25c-beta-windows-installer.exe that I had installed show 0 balance when it did show my 6 Komodo coins 3 weeks ago.
Also when I now try to re-install on my Window 7 computer this exe it says it can't find the file...which is what I'm double clicking on to install it.... It worked initially np.

So now after uninstalling the previous Agama AgamaApp-0.2.0.25c-beta-windows-installer.exe.
It showed the 6 coins a few weeks ago but now nothing.
The latest Agama wallet 2.0.26c says me previous wallet address key has incorrect WIF format.

The latest Agama wallet 2.0.26d won't even install because it says it can't find the file that I just clicked on....wth


Any help would be appreciated.
Thx!

1. Were you running the initial installation of Agama in Native or Lite mode?
2. I would look in the komodo blockchain explorer and check your address, if it shows your balance correctly then the coins are still there. If there is no balance then the coins might be on another address (which could be the case if you ran Agama in Native and made transactions)
3. If you ran Native, did you backup/save your wallet.dat file somewhere else?
Thanks for the reply.
No I initially ran Agama in the Lite mode and it showed 0.
Then I downloaded the latest and tried in the Native mode, still shows 0.
No I didn't backup my wallet.dat, I read that it doesn't keep your wallet.dat where the install is so I shouldn't of have to back it up...

But now when I go back to install any of the Agama wallets it says it can't find the .exe file that I'm clicking on.
Not sure then how to install the Agama if my download says it can't even find the file I'm clicking on...



I would first verify you have your KMD in your address. Go here and enter your address and see what your balance is. If you're KMD are there, and you have your original passphrase you are in business.

As for the installation, I would delete your old installation files, redownload the latest and run it from a console to see what other clues you can get.

I meant go here .. https://kmd.explorer.supernet.org/
Ok thanks I do see it in there...thank you!! :-)
So not sure if by trying to run in Native mode that I messed something up...I usually ran in Lite mode and it initially showed the 6 KMD using the 2.0.25c.exe.

Then when uninstalled and setup the 2.0.26c.exe I ran in Native mode, showing 0.  I then uninstalled that and tried to reinstall the 2.0.25c.exe that's when I noticed it doesn't see the .exe file I'm clicking on....oh well.

Maybe there's another way to get your KMD's back into a wallet...from this - https://kmd.explorer.supernet.org/  ?
Not sure if there is.

Keep in mind that in native mode you have to wait for the block chain to down which could take a while before you see your balance. I would keep trying to install Agama and only use it in lite mode if you get it running. In lite mode you should see your balance right away.
Ok will do.
I usually did run it in Lite mode and it did show my 6 KMD coins right away, but this last time it didn't.
Not sure why I can't even install the .exe since it says it can't find the file I just clicked on...
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January 22, 2018, 12:26:56 PM
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could anyone help me. On the ico.komodoplatform.com it says here is KMD adress, dont use it for depositing BTCD. on the swap page there is only qr code. I dont understand where do i get the BTCD deposit address for a swap?
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Wow. Thank you for your notice and it's interesting to see this new updates  . I will try this wallet version and show how good it is later.
I really like this KMD platform and always keep it for staking for long time and I feel that KMD is very worth investing more than many coins at this time and I am waiting for first ICO Monaize using this platform .


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January 22, 2018, 02:05:29 PM
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For using BarterDex is necessary use Agama wallet?
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my agama wallet loading data too slow, what can i do

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This bitcoin drop makes me sick, any news for kmd for January? BarterDex is rdy, why price is so low? ...
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This bitcoin drop makes me sick, any news for kmd for January? BarterDex is rdy, why price is so low? ...

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-01-21/bitcoin-futures-traders-add-shorts-short-squeeze-imminent

Or the new south korea taxes.

Seems now adays that most of the cryptos are moving insync. Though komodo should be ranked at around #33 not #43. That would put komodo back at $9-10. Bottom line seems to be the unwillingness of the team to push marketing to hard so as not to induce a pump n dump. Probably a good strategy, however there is always the beta vs vhs argument. Komodo, being beta in this example, has superior tech, could always lose due to lack of adoption. Any time you have to "educate" the public about a product vs a product that is simple you have an uphill battle.

Personally, I think it would make alot of sense for the team to engage with their community to explore various marketing strategies, competitions, ideas, etc.

(Props to the marketing team though, I can tell you Are ramping up material. Maybe by the end of the year or sooner it will have hit a critical mass)

Outlook bullish still.
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