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October 13, 2016, 04:12:53 PM
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QubitCoin


Specifications
Super secure hashing: 5 rounds of hashing  functions (luffa, cubehash, shavite, simd, echo).
* CPU mining
* Qubit block generation: 30 seconds
* Firsts 1000 blocks - block reward will be 1 Q2C
* 2048 Q2C per block (halving every 60480 blocks)
* Total of 248 million Q2C.
* Difficulty retargets every 20 blocks.
* No premine


Official website


Block explorer


Download wallet
To start solo mining, open console (Help-> Debug window-> Console) and enter setgenerate true . You can define how many cores you want to use for mining by adding a number at the end of command -> setgenerate true 2
Type Help for further information about commands.



Miner and source code
Please see Dowloads section on official website


Exchanges


Mining Pool


Faucet


Bounties
Poker game
Dice game


Github


Other useful links


Version history

> 0.11.2.2 <
https://github.com/willowrose/QubitCoin/releases/tag/v0.11.2.2
Increased default maximum fee
UI text changes

0.11.2.1
Fixed built-in Qubit miner

0.11.2.0
Major upgrade to Bitcoin 0.11.2 code base.

0.8.4.3
Checkpoint and update seed nodes.

0.8.4.2
It includes the checkpoint, QR code support and OpenSSL heartbleed fix.


Old QubitCoin thread



Developers / Contributors
@willowrose, @a.i.a, @penambang ... join the team!


Donate to support QubitCoin development
@willowrose (developer) --> Q2C  GLqN3wNGKGoSUmZQPMziLivNJxJpMGRA3n
@a.i.a (website,xplorer) --> Q2C  GSe15w3BR6pStJd8pQqKjfpbU5H4NUthVQ
@penambang (xplorer) --> Q2C  GeNTNSwEh5ZCRCE6LtnMwHCk8VU2Lu8QE7


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October 13, 2016, 04:55:24 PM
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Total of 248 million Q2C hhmmm  Roll Eyes
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October 13, 2016, 05:00:36 PM
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I was deeply moved to read Wink , this is the biggest revival of the year - Q2C epic coin; many of us have a sentiment to this coin.
Well done.

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October 13, 2016, 07:40:32 PM
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Total of 248 million Q2C hhmmm  Roll Eyes

so, well only 90% of destroyed on the exchange closed and forgotten wallet  Cool

q2c network has more than 2 years  Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes

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October 13, 2016, 07:46:43 PM
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Oh my god, my coins are still (delisted) on poloniex :-D


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October 13, 2016, 09:41:15 PM
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Looks cool, I wanted to try if the bounty in this thread can already start ?? Smiley

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October 13, 2016, 10:34:13 PM
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any translate bounty sir?

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October 13, 2016, 10:54:22 PM
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If you have bounty for translation, i would like to reserve portuguse translation!

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October 13, 2016, 11:54:43 PM
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okay is good enough, not PREMINE and small reward in mining so that no dump on this coin prices, at least it took the development in the future

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October 14, 2016, 02:17:07 AM
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if you have some bounty for translation, let me do the Filipino translation.

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October 14, 2016, 02:32:40 AM
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happy mining Smiley

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October 14, 2016, 04:22:52 AM
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Bounties
Faucet
Dice game
Poker game

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where faucet?
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October 14, 2016, 04:29:56 AM
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another interesting new coin let me try and check it out, good luck dev hope you make massive tweets to informed crypto social community
good luck to your project let see what usage it bring to crypto community.

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October 14, 2016, 04:38:05 AM
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So as i understand its pretty much dead 2 years olds coin, and nothing to get here for miner?
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October 14, 2016, 05:32:17 AM
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Bounties
Faucet
Dice game
Poker game

where faucet?

From what I get, the dev means bounty for compiling a faucet system, not bounty for playing it.

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October 14, 2016, 05:54:51 AM
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As wgd already mentioned, big part of already mined coins are lost/forgotten/deleted due to the fact that people thought that this coin is dead.

You can still mine this coin directly form the wallet or using a miner.

We will be doing the translations but not right now. I will contact you guys for translation.

If there is enough interest, we can open a pool.

As holydarkness already said, we are offering bounties for compiling faucet and games.

Also, new ideas and suggestions are always welcome. Smiley
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Bounties
Faucet
Dice game
Poker game

where faucet?

From what I get, the dev means bounty for compiling a faucet system, not bounty for playing it.
Ok, I now understand  Smiley
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October 14, 2016, 06:13:07 AM
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Hi, if you need some translations for this project I would like to reserve a Russian one. PM me so we can discuss the details.

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October 14, 2016, 06:53:04 AM
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What happened originally that caused this coin to become delisted or was thought to be dead?  Why the revival?  Thanks


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October 14, 2016, 07:09:01 AM
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What happened originally that caused this coin to become delisted or was thought to be dead?  Why the revival?  Thanks

Lack of community interest and devs abandonment is the cause of it. Revival is important most especially if you're holding a huge bag of Q2C.

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previous all exchange is dead.Any new exchange?

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is this in ICO? when will ICO start and when will it finish? there is no detail about ICO crowd funding..
and any Translation and promotional social and signature bounties? I am interested in this.

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What happened originally that caused this coin to become delisted or was thought to be dead?  Why the revival?  Thanks

Original developer suddenly disappeared/abandoned the coin. From that moment, everything started going downhill.

Why the revival? Why not? Smiley Coin is working fine. It is simple, user friendly. We found people who are willing to work on this coin.
There are lots of coins on the market and they are mostly produced for a pump and dump scheme. Qubitcoin survived for more than 2 years (most of that time without a proper developer team). We have some ideas for QubitCoin which will hopefully make it more popular for users.
Yes, there are probably few people that are still holding bigger amounts of Q2C but, as I already said, most of the coins are forever lost. You might see addresses with large amount of coins on the rich list but that doesn't mean that those wallets haven't been deleted or forgotten somewhere.

QubitCoin should appear on one of the exchanges during next week or so, hopefully Smiley

To start mining from the wallet, open the console and type in setgenerate true 1 where 1 represents number of CPU cores to be used for mining. If you leave out this number, mining will fully load CPU.
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October 14, 2016, 09:50:19 AM
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What happened originally that caused this coin to become delisted or was thought to be dead?  Why the revival?  Thanks

Original developer suddenly disappeared/abandoned the coin. From that moment, everything started going downhill.

Why the revival? Why not? Smiley Coin is working fine. It is simple, user friendly. We found people who are willing to work on this coin.
There are lots of coins on the market and they are mostly produced for a pump and dump scheme. Qubitcoin survived for more than 2 years (most of that time without a proper developer team). We have some ideas for QubitCoin which will hopefully make it more popular for users.
Yes, there are probably few people that are still holding bigger amounts of Q2C but, as I already said, most of the coins are forever lost. You might see addresses with large amount of coins on the rich list but that doesn't mean that those wallets haven't been deleted or forgotten somewhere.

QubitCoin should appear on one of the exchanges during next week or so, hopefully Smiley

To start mining from the wallet, open the console and type in setgenerate true 1 where 1 represents number of CPU cores to be used for mining. If you leave out this number, mining will fully load CPU.

thanks for the reply.  So the richlist is possibly inaccurate?  I'm looking forward to supporting new ideas and fresh dev for qubitcoin.


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After richlist can be determined with high addresses are mines closed long ago. q2c also had a lot of exchanges, they also were gone along with the coins.

Q2c such Coin Supply as QuarkCoin (QRK)

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After richlist can be determined with high addresses are mines closed long ago. q2c also had a lot of exchanges, they also were gone along with the coins.

Q2c such Coin Supply as QuarkCoin (QRK)

Interesting to estimate what % of the original remain recoverable. Sounds like only a small proportion.

Also, looking at the richlist, this seems to be a surprisingly well distributed coin, with only 33% in the top 25 addresses. Many small (and not so small) coins have up to 50 % in the top 10, often with 90% in the top 100.
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Blockchain stoped working the old wallets 8.4.1-8.4.3 are on block 2008003 things not going very well.
New wallet 11.2.1 ccminer fails on json_rpc_call.
To many problems again.
Two blockchains working in parallel the old wallets on block 2008003 at this moment and the new wallet on block 2008990.
Νever liked unnecessary upgrade.

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I will see with willowrose what is going on.
Thanks for reporting.
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Block explorer stoped on block 2007111 from yesterday but the small ticket to the corner showing the right block with getpeer info most of the new wallet 11.2.1 mining at higher block strange things.

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I used on one linux machine on an old wallet, but transactions entered into blockchain but long wait, turned off the node and the makings of a new version 11.2.1  Grin

old node stoped!

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Never like versions over 0.8.5 and all the core wallets

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@zex24  : Have you made fork of Q2C form original chain and only latest clients (v11) can switch on forked chain?

http://bitcoin.1free.eu/ - site for fun, will evolve in future.
https://bitelon.com/partner/9ec1de4a405fdcda976974d237ace47b/ - Bitelon platform allows you to exchange all the most popular currencies on the market.
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I am not a developer but as far as I know this wasn't the case. We were using both versions past few weeks and it was working OK. I am trying to contact willowrose (developer).

Until we resolve all this I think all of us should use only new version.

If the block difference is only 3000 or 4000 (between two blockchains) and someone lost coins from that period, I will reimburse all (I just need some proof). Hope this is OK.
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Νice try to revive Q2C but its very hard i am wathcing this coin from the begining and strange things always happen, the most secure version so far is the initial 0.8.4.1.

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The different block chains is due to the new 0.11 clients starting to enforce the soft-forks from Bitcoin (BIP34, BIP65, etc).

These are enforced if a certain number of blocks are mined on the new wallet.

Since the majority seems to be on the new wallet, I suggest everyone upgrade to the new version to remain compatible.

To get the fork info on the new wallet you can type:

getblockchaininfo


{
"chain" : "main",
"blocks" : 2010486,
"headers" : 2010486,
"bestblockhash" : "00000006a0f46da556779ea27b0ae43054ab294500ea1bfbe5a97871a8c35eed",
"difficulty" : 0.13478134,
"verificationprogress" : 1.00000026,
"chainwork" : "000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000001dc91cf4f3258c",
"pruned" : false,
"softforks" : [
{
"id" : "bip34",
"version" : 2,
"enforce" : {
"status" : true,
"found" : 8000,
"required" : 750,
"window" : 8000
},
"reject" : {
"status" : true,
"found" : 8000,
"required" : 950,
"window" : 8000
}
},
{
"id" : "bip66",
"version" : 3,
"enforce" : {
"status" : true,
"found" : 8000,
"required" : 750,
"window" : 8000
},
"reject" : {
"status" : true,
"found" : 8000,
"required" : 950,
"window" : 8000
}
},
{
"id" : "bip65",
"version" : 4,
"enforce" : {
"status" : true,
"found" : 8000,
"required" : 750,
"window" : 8000
},
"reject" : {
"status" : true,
"found" : 8000,
"required" : 950,
"window" : 8000
}
}
]
}
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i want to purchase some q2c, paying 2 satoshi per coin
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New exchange  Smiley

https://novaexchange.com/market/BTC_Q2C/
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Blockchain stoped working the old wallets 8.4.1-8.4.3 are on block 2008003 things not going very well.
New wallet 11.2.1 ccminer fails on json_rpc_call.
To many problems again.
Two blockchains working in parallel the old wallets on block 2008003 at this moment and the new wallet on block 2008990.
Νever liked unnecessary upgrade.

In later Bitcoin they changed the rpc interface. It now uses a new call "getblocktemplate"

https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Getblocktemplate

Have you tried an updated miner? This one looks like it supports qubit and getblocktemplate:

https://github.com/Atrides/sph-sgminer

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root@s3c:~/QubitCoin/src# ./qubitcoind
Error:

what is wrong? Wink


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root@s3c:~/QubitCoin/src# ./qubitcoind
Error:

what is wrong? Wink



What is the error message?

usually you run it:

./qubitcoind --daemon
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root@s3c:~/QubitCoin/src# ./qubitcoind --daemon
Qubitcoin server starting
root@s3c:~/QubitCoin/src# Error:


debug.log:

2016-10-15 18:42:27 Qubitcoin version v0.11.2.1 (2016-09-24 20:19:42 +0200)
2016-10-15 18:42:27 Using OpenSSL version OpenSSL 1.0.1t  3 May 2016
2016-10-15 18:42:27 Using BerkeleyDB version Berkeley DB 4.8.30: (April  9, 2010)
2016-10-15 18:42:27 Default data directory /root/.QubitCoin
2016-10-15 18:42:27 Using data directory /root/.QubitCoin
2016-10-15 18:42:27 Using config file /root/.QubitCoin/QubitCoin.conf
2016-10-15 18:42:27 Using at most 125 connections (1024 file descriptors available)
2016-10-15 18:42:27 Using 0 threads for script verification
2016-10-15 18:42:27 Binding RPC on address :: port 7799 (IPv4+IPv6 bind any: 1)
2016-10-15 18:42:27 Using wallet wallet.dat
2016-10-15 18:42:27 init message: Verifying wallet...
2016-10-15 18:42:27 CDBEnv::Open: LogDir=/root/.QubitCoin/database ErrorFile=/root/.QubitCoin/db.log
2016-10-15 18:42:27 ERROR: CDBEnv::Open: Error 22 opening database environment: Invalid argument

2016-10-15 18:42:27 Moved old /root/.QubitCoin/database to /root/.QubitCoin/database.1476556947.bak. Retrying.
2016-10-15 18:42:27 CDBEnv::Open: LogDir=/root/.QubitCoin/database ErrorFile=/root/.QubitCoin/db.log
2016-10-15 18:42:27 ERROR: CDBEnv::Open: Error 22 opening database environment: Invalid argument

2016-10-15 18:42:27 Error:
2016-10-15 18:42:27 Shutdown: In progress...
2016-10-15 18:42:27 StopNode()
2016-10-15 18:42:27 Shutdown: done



can not see work qubitcoin wallet process, a vps with 1gb ram, maybe here is the problem?

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root@s3c:~/QubitCoin/src# ./qubitcoind --daemon
Qubitcoin server starting
root@s3c:~/QubitCoin/src# Error:


debug.log:

2016-10-15 18:42:27 Qubitcoin version v0.11.2.1 (2016-09-24 20:19:42 +0200)
2016-10-15 18:42:27 Using OpenSSL version OpenSSL 1.0.1t  3 May 2016
2016-10-15 18:42:27 Using BerkeleyDB version Berkeley DB 4.8.30: (April  9, 2010)
2016-10-15 18:42:27 Default data directory /root/.QubitCoin
2016-10-15 18:42:27 Using data directory /root/.QubitCoin
2016-10-15 18:42:27 Using config file /root/.QubitCoin/QubitCoin.conf
2016-10-15 18:42:27 Using at most 125 connections (1024 file descriptors available)
2016-10-15 18:42:27 Using 0 threads for script verification
2016-10-15 18:42:27 Binding RPC on address :: port 7799 (IPv4+IPv6 bind any: 1)
2016-10-15 18:42:27 Using wallet wallet.dat
2016-10-15 18:42:27 init message: Verifying wallet...
2016-10-15 18:42:27 CDBEnv::Open: LogDir=/root/.QubitCoin/database ErrorFile=/root/.QubitCoin/db.log
2016-10-15 18:42:27 ERROR: CDBEnv::Open: Error 22 opening database environment: Invalid argument

2016-10-15 18:42:27 Moved old /root/.QubitCoin/database to /root/.QubitCoin/database.1476556947.bak. Retrying.
2016-10-15 18:42:27 CDBEnv::Open: LogDir=/root/.QubitCoin/database ErrorFile=/root/.QubitCoin/db.log
2016-10-15 18:42:27 ERROR: CDBEnv::Open: Error 22 opening database environment: Invalid argument

2016-10-15 18:42:27 Error:
2016-10-15 18:42:27 Shutdown: In progress...
2016-10-15 18:42:27 StopNode()
2016-10-15 18:42:27 Shutdown: done



can not see work qubitcoin wallet process, a vps with 1gb ram, maybe here is the problem?

Looks like some file format issue.

Are you sure your wallet was created with the same version of bdb 4.8.30? If you compile with different versions of bdb your wallets won't be compatible.
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Long time no solo mining and things changed i looking for the right cpu miner.

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willowrose 'm already ok, I mess with libdb*  Roll Eyes

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The different block chains is due to the new 0.11 clients starting to enforce the soft-forks from Bitcoin (BIP34, BIP65, etc).

These are enforced if a certain number of blocks are mined on the new wallet.

Since the majority seems to be on the new wallet, I suggest everyone upgrade to the new version to remain compatible.

To get the fork info on the new wallet you can type:

getblockchaininfo


{
"chain" : "main",
"blocks" : 2010486,
"headers" : 2010486,
"bestblockhash" : "00000006a0f46da556779ea27b0ae43054ab294500ea1bfbe5a97871a8c35eed",
"difficulty" : 0.13478134,
"verificationprogress" : 1.00000026,
"chainwork" : "000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000001dc91cf4f3258c",
"pruned" : false,
"softforks" : [
{
"id" : "bip34",
"version" : 2,
"enforce" : {
"status" : true,
"found" : 8000,
"required" : 750,
"window" : 8000
},
"reject" : {
"status" : true,
"found" : 8000,
"required" : 950,
"window" : 8000
}
},
{
"id" : "bip66",
"version" : 3,
"enforce" : {
"status" : true,
"found" : 8000,
"required" : 750,
"window" : 8000
},
"reject" : {
"status" : true,
"found" : 8000,
"required" : 950,
"window" : 8000
}
},
{
"id" : "bip65",
"version" : 4,
"enforce" : {
"status" : true,
"found" : 8000,
"required" : 750,
"window" : 8000
},
"reject" : {
"status" : true,
"found" : 8000,
"required" : 950,
"window" : 8000
}
}
]
}


I've been running 0.8.4.1 on a mac since April 2014, the last couple of days I get the message
'Warning: Displayed transactions may not be correct! You may need to upgrade, or other nodes may need to upgrade.'
As there is no new mac wallet available, what do I do? 
Type in the above commands in Debug Window/Console?
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i want to purchase some q2c, paying 2 satoshi per coin

Last trade on Nova Exchange was 123 sats, and there have been a lot for more than that, so maybe you need to revise your price !

I will be putting a few bids in on the exchange, hopefully can get some around 120 sats.
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The different block chains is due to the new 0.11 clients starting to enforce the soft-forks from Bitcoin (BIP34, BIP65, etc).

These are enforced if a certain number of blocks are mined on the new wallet.

Since the majority seems to be on the new wallet, I suggest everyone upgrade to the new version to remain compatible.

To get the fork info on the new wallet you can type:

getblockchaininfo


{
"chain" : "main",
"blocks" : 2010486,
"headers" : 2010486,
"bestblockhash" : "00000006a0f46da556779ea27b0ae43054ab294500ea1bfbe5a97871a8c35eed",
"difficulty" : 0.13478134,
"verificationprogress" : 1.00000026,
"chainwork" : "000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000001dc91cf4f3258c",
"pruned" : false,
"softforks" : [
{
"id" : "bip34",
"version" : 2,
"enforce" : {
"status" : true,
"found" : 8000,
"required" : 750,
"window" : 8000
},
"reject" : {
"status" : true,
"found" : 8000,
"required" : 950,
"window" : 8000
}
},
{
"id" : "bip66",
"version" : 3,
"enforce" : {
"status" : true,
"found" : 8000,
"required" : 750,
"window" : 8000
},
"reject" : {
"status" : true,
"found" : 8000,
"required" : 950,
"window" : 8000
}
},
{
"id" : "bip65",
"version" : 4,
"enforce" : {
"status" : true,
"found" : 8000,
"required" : 750,
"window" : 8000
},
"reject" : {
"status" : true,
"found" : 8000,
"required" : 950,
"window" : 8000
}
}
]
}


I've been running 0.8.4.1 on a mac since April 2014, the last couple of days I get the message
'Warning: Displayed transactions may not be correct! You may need to upgrade, or other nodes may need to upgrade.'
As there is no new mac wallet available, what do I do? 
Type in the above commands in Debug Window/Console?

Here's a Mac build I created from the 0.11.2.1 source. Give it a try:

https://github.com/willowrose/QubitCoin/releases/download/v0.11.2.1/q2c-0.11.2.1-osx.dmg

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block explorer seems stuck on block 2009297

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yes, I have already written pm to the person who can do something with it Smiley

ps. network looks really well ..


blocks : 2013391,
connections" : 15,

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yes, I have already written pm to the person who can do something with it Smiley

ps. network looks really well ..


blocks : 2013391,
connections" : 15,


Yes, I was surprised at the number of connections, even at this early stage of revival.

I was involved with Q2C in 2014, and it was  quite well distributed.  I think it was even traded on over 10 exchanges at one time, so the infrastructure was good. I believe that there are quite a lot of coins which are permanently unavailable to the market, but there is no way of estimating that number.
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Hi,

I'm making new stratum pool for you, testing it atm.


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~90 searches per day in last week - a keyword "QubitCoin"  Shocked

https://www.google.pl/trends/explore?date=today%203-m&q=qubitcoin


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How I wish I sold my 500k for 50sat each Sad
Now it is  123sat at
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October 16, 2016, 01:05:42 PM
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How I wish I sold my 500k for 50sat each Sad
Now it is  123sat at
https://novaexchange.com/market/BTC_Q2C/
what do you mean? 123 sat is more greater than 50 right? so its much better to sell it now to double the earnings.

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October 16, 2016, 01:24:08 PM
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Hi,

I'm making new stratum pool for you, testing it atm.



Okay, 1st tests finished, there may be some bugs, but well, who cares for now.
www:
http://graymines.net:8000

mine command line example:
Code:
sgminer.exe --kernel qubitcoin -o stratum+tcp://graymines.net:7766 -u GUnLnbgsmWYnaGTKagazufXhtBY9ETYPD5 -p x

Use sgminer v 4.1 linked on 1st page of this thread to mine.

If there will be interest on making less diff CPU port - post it :-)

Have fun!

PS. minimal payout is 10 coins.
Fee is 1%



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I'm mining with 500+ Mhs but only showed as 2 Mhs on graymines?


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I'm mining with 500+ Mhs but only showed as 2 Mhs on graymines?

Good sir, can I ask you how are you able to get such hashrate? :-D
50x Fury X?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=475795.0

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Hi,

I'm making new stratum pool for you, testing it atm.



Okay, 1st tests finished, there may be some bugs, but well, who cares for now.
www:
http://graymines.net:8000

mine command line example:
Code:
sgminer.exe --kernel qubitcoin -o stratum+tcp://graymines.net:7766 -u GUnLnbgsmWYnaGTKagazufXhtBY9ETYPD5 -p x

Use sgminer v 4.1 linked on 1st page of this thread to mine.

If there will be interest on making less diff CPU port - post it :-)

Have fun!

PS. minimal payout is 10 coins.
Fee is 1%




Also confirm if you get payments please!

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I'm mining with 500+ Mhs but only showed as 2 Mhs on graymines?

Good sir, can I ask you how are you able to get such hashrate? :-D
50x Fury X?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=475795.0

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I'm mining with 500+ Mhs but only showed as 2 Mhs on graymines?

Good sir, can I ask you how are you able to get such hashrate? :-D
50x Fury X?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=475795.0

Baikal Miner

@penambang you can test it on theblocksfactory qubit algo bigibyte

my cart gtx 1060 when minining qubit miner showing 12Mh/s and at the grayminer pool showing only 44Kh/s

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Hmm...Qubitcoin was delisted from Poloniex?  Roll Eyes
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Hmm...Qubitcoin was delisted from Poloniex?  Roll Eyes

Was on over 10 exchanges at one time. It was delisted from everywhere.
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I'm mining with 500+ Mhs but only showed as 2 Mhs on graymines?

Good sir, can I ask you how are you able to get such hashrate? :-D
50x Fury X?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=475795.0

Baikal Miner

@penambang you can test it on theblocksfactory qubit algo bigibyte

my cart gtx 1060 when minining qubit miner showing 12Mh/s and at the grayminer pool showing only 44Kh/s

Thanks k0stas, I don't have account there, but here is test result with suprnova dgb



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The different block chains is due to the new 0.11 clients starting to enforce the soft-forks from Bitcoin (BIP34, BIP65, etc).

These are enforced if a certain number of blocks are mined on the new wallet.

Since the majority seems to be on the new wallet, I suggest everyone upgrade to the new version to remain compatible.

To get the fork info on the new wallet you can type:

getblockchaininfo



I've been running 0.8.4.1 on a mac since April 2014, the last couple of days I get the message
'Warning: Displayed transactions may not be correct! You may need to upgrade, or other nodes may need to upgrade.'
As there is no new mac wallet available, what do I do? 
Type in the above commands in Debug Window/Console?

Here's a Mac build I created from the 0.11.2.1 source. Give it a try:

https://github.com/willowrose/QubitCoin/releases/download/v0.11.2.1/q2c-0.11.2.1-osx.dmg

New mac wallet works a treat.
Many thanks!
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I see auto-payments do not work,
You will get manual payments later.


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Hello dear miners!
I'm changing pool configuration etc. (i hope make mpos working) - there will be limited availability today.

Connect your hardware to something more usefull for now :-P

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http://q2c.graymines.net/

MPOS mode alive - testing - but please register and help testing :-)


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Block confirmations now is 101  before they can be spent .

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Hello dear miners!
I'm changing pool configuration etc. (i hope make mpos working) - there will be limited availability today.
Connect your hardware to something more usefull for now :-P
http://q2c.graymines.net/
MPOS mode alive - testing - but please register and help testing :-)

LoL damn that was fast :p Smiley Never used your pool so going to have to give it a try Smiley thanks for the mpos mode.

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http://q2c.graymines.net/

MPOS mode alive - testing - but please register and help testing :-)



Pool still not showing correct hashrate...


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Well, there are some problems.
Payouts aren't working.

https://github.com/MPOS/php-mpos/wiki/Error-Codes#e0005-unable-to-fetch-blocks-upstream-share

Code:
RPC call did not return 200: HTTP error: 500 - JSON Response: [-4] Transaction too large for fee policy

Deeper into this:

Code:
2016-10-17 16:01:02 - CRIT --> E0005: Unable to fetch blocks upstream share, aborted:Unable to find valid upstream share for block: 2014715

and in same time in wallet debug.log:

Code:
2016-10-17 15:56:31 UpdateTip: new best=00000000f4982a4533b252e0df419783a0464ca8dd2ba217c24fefba613962dd  height=2017640  log2_work=52.898821  tx=2394800  date=2016-10-17 15:56:28 progress=1.000000  cache=0.0MiB(160tx)
2016-10-17 15:56:31 CreateNewBlock(): total size 1000
2016-10-17 15:56:34 UpdateTip: new best=000000009481dfcf164d7365a270ae2c2b08bc68e9395533744fb9919ad1494e  height=2017641  log2_work=52.898821  tx=2394801  date=2016-10-17 15:56:30 progress=1.000000  cache=0.0MiB(161tx)
2016-10-17 15:56:34 CreateNewBlock(): total size 1000
2016-10-17 15:56:36 UpdateTip: new best=000000011186d94574930e8c004de41467163f24d4d54018552bfaf8959d7c6d  height=2017642  log2_work=52.898821  tx=2394802  date=2016-10-17 15:56:34 progress=1.000000  cache=0.0MiB(162tx)
2016-10-17 15:56:36 CreateNewBlock(): total size 1000
2016-10-17 15:56:41 UpdateTip: new best=00000000c76272b97f3abc8bb4ea34b18b31e9f18461a50d4af54f4b025f671a  height=2017643  log2_work=52.898821  tx=2394803  date=2016-10-17 15:56:36 progress=1.000000  cache=0.0MiB(163tx)
2016-10-17 15:56:41 CreateNewBlock(): total size 1000
2016-10-17 15:56:44 UpdateTip: new best=000000008e2399940130a468877e0a20b9585775bb86f81711495cf6957bc566  height=2017644  log2_work=52.898821  tx=2394804  date=2016-10-17 15:56:41 progress=1.000000  cache=0.0MiB(164tx)
2016-10-17 15:56:44 CreateNewBlock(): total size 1000
2016-10-17 15:56:46 UpdateTip: new best=000000005c0b0f39ddba00e4c08ccfb78fea82a1f28c1c4a73b5f1b3c3c65464  height=2017645  log2_work=52.898822  tx=2394805  date=2016-10-17 15:56:44 progress=1.000000  cache=0.0MiB(170tx)
2016-10-17 15:56:46 CreateNewBlock(): total size 1961
2016-10-17 15:56:47 UpdateTip: new best=00000000a7231d5d1605134b8d436f7d8ea888fe715b2fcb3d495a8c743a3b05  height=2017646  log2_work=52.898822  tx=2394807  date=2016-10-17 15:56:45 progress=1.000000  cache=0.0MiB(172tx)
2016-10-17 15:56:47 CreateNewBlock(): total size 1000
2016-10-17 15:56:59 UpdateTip: new best=00000000a48e93e98a1aca2b3dec1b8a192fdee93cf60239be10325154ed2ed4  height=2017647  log2_work=52.898822  tx=2394808  date=2016-10-17 15:56:47 progress=0.999999  cache=0.0MiB(173tx)
2016-10-17 15:56:59 CreateNewBlock(): total size 1000
2016-10-17 15:57:00 UpdateTip: new best=000000010d6eafa62524c175d3efa22c6634d719634979de4eddf48358f355e6  height=2017648  log2_work=52.898822  tx=2394809  date=2016-10-17 15:56:59 progress=1.000000  cache=0.0MiB(174tx)

Sometimes, new blocks show faster than 1 second (instead of 30 like they should) (you can check that in your wallet) and that breaks the pool.

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October 17, 2016, 04:18:32 PM
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So...

tl;dr

If someone is shitting blocks like a machine gun and network diff is not able to catch up, so blocks still come out in 1 sec periods between them
pool is not able to make all its work and stops working

TODO;

re-target diff from block to block in good way.

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So...

tl;dr

If someone is shitting blocks like a machine gun and network diff is not able to catch up, so blocks still come out in 1 sec periods between them
pool is not able to make all its work and stops working

TODO;

re-target diff from block to block in good way.


The difficulty or speed of blocks is not related to the 'transaction too large' error you get.

A 'transaction too large' error is when you have too many inputs that make up a transaction, causing a transaction that is too large (in bytes). You can solve this by combining the inputs by sending it to a new address.

See here for more information:

http://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/questions/37172/transaction-too-large-error
https://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/questions/5583/how-can-i-combine-all-the-tiny-amounts-ive-received-to-minimise-transaction-fee

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So...

tl;dr

If someone is shitting blocks like a machine gun and network diff is not able to catch up, so blocks still come out in 1 sec periods between them
pool is not able to make all its work and stops working

TODO;

re-target diff from block to block in good way.


The difficulty or speed of blocks is not related to the 'transaction too large' error you get.

A 'transaction too large' error is when you have too many inputs that make up a transaction, causing a transaction that is too large (in bytes). You can solve this by combining the inputs by sending it to a new address.

See here for more information:

http://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/questions/37172/transaction-too-large-error
https://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/questions/5583/how-can-i-combine-all-the-tiny-amounts-ive-received-to-minimise-transaction-fee



Thanks for trying to help, but this is not exactly "Transaction too large" but "Transaction too large for fee policy" error, which is quite different story.
In other coin pool I was easy able to make single transactions of 20k coins made of many parts of which no single one was bigger than 15 coins, with few screens of tx moving thru the screen.
Here I can't make payout of 40 from 40*1coin, where 1 coin is full block reward :-D
Still, transactions as big as 10 coins go out without problem. For me it is more this coin wallet transaction limit,
what I just confirmed by manually sending 100 coins, with result:

Code:
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marek@vps68798:~/.QubitCoin$ ./qubitcoin-cli sendtoaddress GUBxdJx6iqBDxuWVHhZ2CbzZu5dmzCt5Ve 50
error: {"code":-4,"message":"Transaction too large for fee policy"}
marek@vps68798:~/.QubitCoin$ ./qubitcoin-cli sendtoaddress GUBxdJx6iqBDxuWVHhZ2CbzZu5dmzCt5Ve 40
error: {"code":-4,"message":"Transaction too large for fee policy"}
marek@vps68798:~/.QubitCoin$ ./qubitcoin-cli sendtoaddress GUBxdJx6iqBDxuWVHhZ2CbzZu5dmzCt5Ve 30
error: {"code":-4,"message":"Transaction too large for fee policy"}
marek@vps68798:~/.QubitCoin$ ./qubitcoin-cli sendtoaddress GUBxdJx6iqBDxuWVHhZ2CbzZu5dmzCt5Ve 20
error: {"code":-4,"message":"Transaction too large for fee policy"}
marek@vps68798:~/.QubitCoin$ ./qubitcoin-cli sendtoaddress GUBxdJx6iqBDxuWVHhZ2CbzZu5dmzCt5Ve 15
error: {"code":-4,"message":"Transaction too large for fee policy"}
marek@vps68798:~/.QubitCoin$ ./qubitcoin-cli sendtoaddress GUBxdJx6iqBDxuWVHhZ2CbzZu5dmzCt5Ve 14
error: {"code":-4,"message":"Transaction too large for fee policy"}
marek@vps68798:~/.QubitCoin$ ./qubitcoin-cli sendtoaddress GUBxdJx6iqBDxuWVHhZ2CbzZu5dmzCt5Ve 13
error: {"code":-4,"message":"Transaction too large for fee policy"}
marek@vps68798:~/.QubitCoin$ ./qubitcoin-cli sendtoaddress GUBxdJx6iqBDxuWVHhZ2CbzZu5dmzCt5Ve 12
c6c3cb34c59d7372bee5c733025c315dd45b563f45640bd1df4c431d682463a6

This is really a joke, you can't send more than 12 coins, made of parts of 1 coin.

I'm also even more worried about other error E0005, which stops payouts in 1st place, and occurs, as I said, when new blocks start to flood wallet.



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...

Drama here is, that in crontab going 1 time to minute, I'm limited to pay 12 coins
workers can easy spam with block finding shares getting much more than I'm able to send them LOL :-D

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We returned to coinmarketcap yeah!

http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/qubitcoin/

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W00t...  Shocked
Code:
"networkhashps" : 549147501

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W00t...  Shocked
Code:
"networkhashps" : 549147501
Is this all yours networkhashps?
Have you resolve your rpc problem for p2pool?

P2Pool Logs:
Code:
dev@dev-mint ~/src/p2pool-q2c $ ./run_p2pool.py --net qubitcoin --give-author 0 -f 0
2016-09-29 09:13:29.039084 p2pool (version 16.0-4-gde1be30-dirty)
2016-09-29 09:13:29.039154
2016-09-29 09:13:29.039214 Testing bitcoind RPC connection to 'http://127.0.0.1:7799/' with username 'qubitrpc'...
2016-09-29 09:13:29.042899 >     Check failed! Make sure that you're connected to the right bitcoind with --bitcoind-rpc-port!
2016-09-29 09:13:30.049286 >     Check failed! Make sure that you're connected to the right bitcoind with --bitcoind-rpc-port!
2016-09-29 09:13:31.054248 >     Check failed! Make sure that you're connected to the right bitcoind with --bitcoind-rpc-port!
2016-09-29 09:13:32.060554 >     Check failed! Make sure that you're connected to the right bitcoind with --bitcoind-rpc-port!



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W00t...  Shocked
Code:
"networkhashps" : 549147501
Is this all yours networkhashps?
Have you resolve your rpc problem for p2pool?

P2Pool Logs:
Code:
dev@dev-mint ~/src/p2pool-q2c $ ./run_p2pool.py --net qubitcoin --give-author 0 -f 0
2016-09-29 09:13:29.039084 p2pool (version 16.0-4-gde1be30-dirty)
2016-09-29 09:13:29.039154
2016-09-29 09:13:29.039214 Testing bitcoind RPC connection to 'http://127.0.0.1:7799/' with username 'qubitrpc'...
2016-09-29 09:13:29.042899 >     Check failed! Make sure that you're connected to the right bitcoind with --bitcoind-rpc-port!
2016-09-29 09:13:30.049286 >     Check failed! Make sure that you're connected to the right bitcoind with --bitcoind-rpc-port!
2016-09-29 09:13:31.054248 >     Check failed! Make sure that you're connected to the right bitcoind with --bitcoind-rpc-port!
2016-09-29 09:13:32.060554 >     Check failed! Make sure that you're connected to the right bitcoind with --bitcoind-rpc-port!



No, I'm not mining right now.
I still can't resolve P2Pool RPC problem, can you help? repo is here:
Code:
https://github.com/jemekite/p2pool-qubitcoin

It's work great with v0.8.4.1

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W00t...  Shocked
Code:
"networkhashps" : 549147501
Is this all yours networkhashps?
Have you resolve your rpc problem for p2pool?

P2Pool Logs:
Code:
dev@dev-mint ~/src/p2pool-q2c $ ./run_p2pool.py --net qubitcoin --give-author 0 -f 0
2016-09-29 09:13:29.039084 p2pool (version 16.0-4-gde1be30-dirty)
2016-09-29 09:13:29.039154
2016-09-29 09:13:29.039214 Testing bitcoind RPC connection to 'http://127.0.0.1:7799/' with username 'qubitrpc'...
2016-09-29 09:13:29.042899 >     Check failed! Make sure that you're connected to the right bitcoind with --bitcoind-rpc-port!
2016-09-29 09:13:30.049286 >     Check failed! Make sure that you're connected to the right bitcoind with --bitcoind-rpc-port!
2016-09-29 09:13:31.054248 >     Check failed! Make sure that you're connected to the right bitcoind with --bitcoind-rpc-port!
2016-09-29 09:13:32.060554 >     Check failed! Make sure that you're connected to the right bitcoind with --bitcoind-rpc-port!



No, I'm not mining right now.
I still can't resolve P2Pool RPC problem, can you help? repo is here:
Code:
https://github.com/jemekite/p2pool-qubitcoin

It's work great with v0.8.4.1

I have the same problem with rpc i can't help i am not a programmer.

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So...

tl;dr

If someone is shitting blocks like a machine gun and network diff is not able to catch up, so blocks still come out in 1 sec periods between them
pool is not able to make all its work and stops working

TODO;

re-target diff from block to block in good way.


The difficulty or speed of blocks is not related to the 'transaction too large' error you get.

A 'transaction too large' error is when you have too many inputs that make up a transaction, causing a transaction that is too large (in bytes). You can solve this by combining the inputs by sending it to a new address.

See here for more information:

http://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/questions/37172/transaction-too-large-error
https://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/questions/5583/how-can-i-combine-all-the-tiny-amounts-ive-received-to-minimise-transaction-fee



Thanks for trying to help, but this is not exactly "Transaction too large" but "Transaction too large for fee policy" error, which is quite different story.
In other coin pool I was easy able to make single transactions of 20k coins made of many parts of which no single one was bigger than 15 coins, with few screens of tx moving thru the screen.
Here I can't make payout of 40 from 40*1coin, where 1 coin is full block reward :-D
Still, transactions as big as 10 coins go out without problem. For me it is more this coin wallet transaction limit,
what I just confirmed by manually sending 100 coins, with result:

Code:
.
marek@vps68798:~/.QubitCoin$ ./qubitcoin-cli sendtoaddress GUBxdJx6iqBDxuWVHhZ2CbzZu5dmzCt5Ve 50
error: {"code":-4,"message":"Transaction too large for fee policy"}
marek@vps68798:~/.QubitCoin$ ./qubitcoin-cli sendtoaddress GUBxdJx6iqBDxuWVHhZ2CbzZu5dmzCt5Ve 40
error: {"code":-4,"message":"Transaction too large for fee policy"}
marek@vps68798:~/.QubitCoin$ ./qubitcoin-cli sendtoaddress GUBxdJx6iqBDxuWVHhZ2CbzZu5dmzCt5Ve 30
error: {"code":-4,"message":"Transaction too large for fee policy"}
marek@vps68798:~/.QubitCoin$ ./qubitcoin-cli sendtoaddress GUBxdJx6iqBDxuWVHhZ2CbzZu5dmzCt5Ve 20
error: {"code":-4,"message":"Transaction too large for fee policy"}
marek@vps68798:~/.QubitCoin$ ./qubitcoin-cli sendtoaddress GUBxdJx6iqBDxuWVHhZ2CbzZu5dmzCt5Ve 15
error: {"code":-4,"message":"Transaction too large for fee policy"}
marek@vps68798:~/.QubitCoin$ ./qubitcoin-cli sendtoaddress GUBxdJx6iqBDxuWVHhZ2CbzZu5dmzCt5Ve 14
error: {"code":-4,"message":"Transaction too large for fee policy"}
marek@vps68798:~/.QubitCoin$ ./qubitcoin-cli sendtoaddress GUBxdJx6iqBDxuWVHhZ2CbzZu5dmzCt5Ve 13
error: {"code":-4,"message":"Transaction too large for fee policy"}
marek@vps68798:~/.QubitCoin$ ./qubitcoin-cli sendtoaddress GUBxdJx6iqBDxuWVHhZ2CbzZu5dmzCt5Ve 12
c6c3cb34c59d7372bee5c733025c315dd45b563f45640bd1df4c431d682463a6

This is really a joke, you can't send more than 12 coins, made of parts of 1 coin.

I'm also even more worried about other error E0005, which stops payouts in 1st place, and occurs, as I said, when new blocks start to flood wallet.


Try using a larger transaction fee.


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Who in charge for qubitxplorer?
I have create temporary iquidus explorer with better seo for tittle and added market, unfortunately I can't host it on my server.

here is the demo:
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https://q2c.altexplorer.xyz/

source code:
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This hapens when  i try to engrypt my new wallet i will lose my zetacoins. Cheesy


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This hapens when  i try to engrypt my new wallet i will lose my zetacoins. Cheesy


The wallet dev probably forgot to replace it with QubitCoins. This shows nobody is perfect in crypto world, instead you should be grateful Qubitcoin is still around.
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kOstas,
there is no need to post these kind of things. It is obvious that dev overlooked the name of the coin. It's good that you noticed it but send PM to me or willowrose directly and it will be corrected.
I already sent you PM regarding your posting in this thread but you still continue to undermine everything we are trying to do here. You probably had a lot of Q2C which you lost/deleted and now, out of anger, you are trying to find every little bug/thing which will put down the coin.
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Block explorer fix it http://qubitxplorer.cf/ and working fine.

Edit: anyone with email from block explorer?

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@ zex24 not afraid of negative comments when they have a direct answer for trust in the group.

You probably had a lot of Q2C which you lost/deleted and now, out of anger, you are trying to find every little bug/thing which will put down the coin.

I still have all of my wallets in double copies.

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Then stop spamming and start helping.
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Then stop spamming and start helping.

I am helping about 2,5 years hosting a node  and spining the blockchain when all of you disapeared.

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You were certainly not the only one who was doing that.
I really don't understand you. You were doing everything to keep the block chain running and now when situation is getting better you are posting such stupid things.
If you really mean well for QubitCoin, you will stop spamming and start helping.
Will not argue with you anymore...
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I also supported network on  Polish node, relax guys.

This is not a bakery, everything slowly will explain why these nerves


RELAX GUYS !!

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So...

tl;dr

If someone is shitting blocks like a machine gun and network diff is not able to catch up, so blocks still come out in 1 sec periods between them
pool is not able to make all its work and stops working

TODO;

re-target diff from block to block in good way.


The difficulty or speed of blocks is not related to the 'transaction too large' error you get.

A 'transaction too large' error is when you have too many inputs that make up a transaction, causing a transaction that is too large (in bytes). You can solve this by combining the inputs by sending it to a new address.

See here for more information:

http://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/questions/37172/transaction-too-large-error
https://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/questions/5583/how-can-i-combine-all-the-tiny-amounts-ive-received-to-minimise-transaction-fee



Thanks for trying to help, but this is not exactly "Transaction too large" but "Transaction too large for fee policy" error, which is quite different story.
In other coin pool I was easy able to make single transactions of 20k coins made of many parts of which no single one was bigger than 15 coins, with few screens of tx moving thru the screen.
Here I can't make payout of 40 from 40*1coin, where 1 coin is full block reward :-D
Still, transactions as big as 10 coins go out without problem. For me it is more this coin wallet transaction limit,
what I just confirmed by manually sending 100 coins, with result:

Code:
.
marek@vps68798:~/.QubitCoin$ ./qubitcoin-cli sendtoaddress GUBxdJx6iqBDxuWVHhZ2CbzZu5dmzCt5Ve 50
error: {"code":-4,"message":"Transaction too large for fee policy"}
marek@vps68798:~/.QubitCoin$ ./qubitcoin-cli sendtoaddress GUBxdJx6iqBDxuWVHhZ2CbzZu5dmzCt5Ve 40
error: {"code":-4,"message":"Transaction too large for fee policy"}
marek@vps68798:~/.QubitCoin$ ./qubitcoin-cli sendtoaddress GUBxdJx6iqBDxuWVHhZ2CbzZu5dmzCt5Ve 30
error: {"code":-4,"message":"Transaction too large for fee policy"}
marek@vps68798:~/.QubitCoin$ ./qubitcoin-cli sendtoaddress GUBxdJx6iqBDxuWVHhZ2CbzZu5dmzCt5Ve 20
error: {"code":-4,"message":"Transaction too large for fee policy"}
marek@vps68798:~/.QubitCoin$ ./qubitcoin-cli sendtoaddress GUBxdJx6iqBDxuWVHhZ2CbzZu5dmzCt5Ve 15
error: {"code":-4,"message":"Transaction too large for fee policy"}
marek@vps68798:~/.QubitCoin$ ./qubitcoin-cli sendtoaddress GUBxdJx6iqBDxuWVHhZ2CbzZu5dmzCt5Ve 14
error: {"code":-4,"message":"Transaction too large for fee policy"}
marek@vps68798:~/.QubitCoin$ ./qubitcoin-cli sendtoaddress GUBxdJx6iqBDxuWVHhZ2CbzZu5dmzCt5Ve 13
error: {"code":-4,"message":"Transaction too large for fee policy"}
marek@vps68798:~/.QubitCoin$ ./qubitcoin-cli sendtoaddress GUBxdJx6iqBDxuWVHhZ2CbzZu5dmzCt5Ve 12
c6c3cb34c59d7372bee5c733025c315dd45b563f45640bd1df4c431d682463a6

This is really a joke, you can't send more than 12 coins, made of parts of 1 coin.

I'm also even more worried about other error E0005, which stops payouts in 1st place, and occurs, as I said, when new blocks start to flood wallet.


Try using a larger transaction fee.




Code:
./qubitcoin-cli help sendtoaddress
sendtoaddress "bitcoinaddress" amount ( "comment" "comment-to" subtractfeefromamount )

Send an amount to a given address. The amount is a real and is rounded to the nearest 0.00000001

Arguments:
1. "bitcoinaddress"  (string, required) The bitcoin address to send to.
2. "amount"      (numeric, required) The amount in btc to send. eg 0.1
3. "comment"     (string, optional) A comment used to store what the transaction is for.
                             This is not part of the transaction, just kept in your wallet.
4. "comment-to"  (string, optional) A comment to store the name of the person or organization
                             to which you're sending the transaction. This is not part of the
                             transaction, just kept in your wallet.
5. subtractfeefromamount  (boolean, optional, default=false) The fee will be deducted from the amount being sent.
                             The recipient will receive less bitcoins than you enter in the amount field.

Result:
"transactionid"  (string) The transaction id.


Code:
./qubitcoin-cli sendtoaddress GUBxdJx6iqBDxuWVHhZ2CbzZu5dmzCt5Ve 50 "" "" true
error: {"code":-4,"message":"Transaction too large for fee policy"}


Still not working :-D

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when will price go down so i can purchase  some, wgd want to sell now q2c for 5 satoshi or you already sell all Cheesy
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yeah right, but add to 5 price 00 Cheesy

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So...

tl;dr

If someone is shitting blocks like a machine gun and network diff is not able to catch up, so blocks still come out in 1 sec periods between them
pool is not able to make all its work and stops working

TODO;

re-target diff from block to block in good way.


The difficulty or speed of blocks is not related to the 'transaction too large' error you get.

A 'transaction too large' error is when you have too many inputs that make up a transaction, causing a transaction that is too large (in bytes). You can solve this by combining the inputs by sending it to a new address.

See here for more information:

http://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/questions/37172/transaction-too-large-error
https://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/questions/5583/how-can-i-combine-all-the-tiny-amounts-ive-received-to-minimise-transaction-fee



Thanks for trying to help, but this is not exactly "Transaction too large" but "Transaction too large for fee policy" error, which is quite different story.
In other coin pool I was easy able to make single transactions of 20k coins made of many parts of which no single one was bigger than 15 coins, with few screens of tx moving thru the screen.
Here I can't make payout of 40 from 40*1coin, where 1 coin is full block reward :-D
Still, transactions as big as 10 coins go out without problem. For me it is more this coin wallet transaction limit,
what I just confirmed by manually sending 100 coins, with result:

Code:
.
marek@vps68798:~/.QubitCoin$ ./qubitcoin-cli sendtoaddress GUBxdJx6iqBDxuWVHhZ2CbzZu5dmzCt5Ve 50
error: {"code":-4,"message":"Transaction too large for fee policy"}
marek@vps68798:~/.QubitCoin$ ./qubitcoin-cli sendtoaddress GUBxdJx6iqBDxuWVHhZ2CbzZu5dmzCt5Ve 40
error: {"code":-4,"message":"Transaction too large for fee policy"}
marek@vps68798:~/.QubitCoin$ ./qubitcoin-cli sendtoaddress GUBxdJx6iqBDxuWVHhZ2CbzZu5dmzCt5Ve 30
error: {"code":-4,"message":"Transaction too large for fee policy"}
marek@vps68798:~/.QubitCoin$ ./qubitcoin-cli sendtoaddress GUBxdJx6iqBDxuWVHhZ2CbzZu5dmzCt5Ve 20
error: {"code":-4,"message":"Transaction too large for fee policy"}
marek@vps68798:~/.QubitCoin$ ./qubitcoin-cli sendtoaddress GUBxdJx6iqBDxuWVHhZ2CbzZu5dmzCt5Ve 15
error: {"code":-4,"message":"Transaction too large for fee policy"}
marek@vps68798:~/.QubitCoin$ ./qubitcoin-cli sendtoaddress GUBxdJx6iqBDxuWVHhZ2CbzZu5dmzCt5Ve 14
error: {"code":-4,"message":"Transaction too large for fee policy"}
marek@vps68798:~/.QubitCoin$ ./qubitcoin-cli sendtoaddress GUBxdJx6iqBDxuWVHhZ2CbzZu5dmzCt5Ve 13
error: {"code":-4,"message":"Transaction too large for fee policy"}
marek@vps68798:~/.QubitCoin$ ./qubitcoin-cli sendtoaddress GUBxdJx6iqBDxuWVHhZ2CbzZu5dmzCt5Ve 12
c6c3cb34c59d7372bee5c733025c315dd45b563f45640bd1df4c431d682463a6

This is really a joke, you can't send more than 12 coins, made of parts of 1 coin.

I'm also even more worried about other error E0005, which stops payouts in 1st place, and occurs, as I said, when new blocks start to flood wallet.


Try using a larger transaction fee.




Code:
./qubitcoin-cli help sendtoaddress
sendtoaddress "bitcoinaddress" amount ( "comment" "comment-to" subtractfeefromamount )

Send an amount to a given address. The amount is a real and is rounded to the nearest 0.00000001

Arguments:
1. "bitcoinaddress"  (string, required) The bitcoin address to send to.
2. "amount"      (numeric, required) The amount in btc to send. eg 0.1
3. "comment"     (string, optional) A comment used to store what the transaction is for.
                             This is not part of the transaction, just kept in your wallet.
4. "comment-to"  (string, optional) A comment to store the name of the person or organization
                             to which you're sending the transaction. This is not part of the
                             transaction, just kept in your wallet.
5. subtractfeefromamount  (boolean, optional, default=false) The fee will be deducted from the amount being sent.
                             The recipient will receive less bitcoins than you enter in the amount field.

Result:
"transactionid"  (string) The transaction id.


Code:
./qubitcoin-cli sendtoaddress GUBxdJx6iqBDxuWVHhZ2CbzZu5dmzCt5Ve 50 "" "" true
error: {"code":-4,"message":"Transaction too large for fee policy"}


Still not working :-D

Try running the wallet with -maxtxfee=1

Let me know if that works.

We might have to change the fee policy defaults in a next release to reduce the required fee.
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willowrose -maxtxfee= work fine thx!

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Diff is so high I can't even get a block in 10 min on Fury X today?

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So...

tl;dr

If someone is shitting blocks like a machine gun and network diff is not able to catch up, so blocks still come out in 1 sec periods between them
pool is not able to make all its work and stops working

TODO;

re-target diff from block to block in good way.


The difficulty or speed of blocks is not related to the 'transaction too large' error you get.

A 'transaction too large' error is when you have too many inputs that make up a transaction, causing a transaction that is too large (in bytes). You can solve this by combining the inputs by sending it to a new address.

See here for more information:

http://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/questions/37172/transaction-too-large-error
https://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/questions/5583/how-can-i-combine-all-the-tiny-amounts-ive-received-to-minimise-transaction-fee



Thanks for trying to help, but this is not exactly "Transaction too large" but "Transaction too large for fee policy" error, which is quite different story.
In other coin pool I was easy able to make single transactions of 20k coins made of many parts of which no single one was bigger than 15 coins, with few screens of tx moving thru the screen.
Here I can't make payout of 40 from 40*1coin, where 1 coin is full block reward :-D
Still, transactions as big as 10 coins go out without problem. For me it is more this coin wallet transaction limit,
what I just confirmed by manually sending 100 coins, with result:

Code:
.
marek@vps68798:~/.QubitCoin$ ./qubitcoin-cli sendtoaddress GUBxdJx6iqBDxuWVHhZ2CbzZu5dmzCt5Ve 50
error: {"code":-4,"message":"Transaction too large for fee policy"}
marek@vps68798:~/.QubitCoin$ ./qubitcoin-cli sendtoaddress GUBxdJx6iqBDxuWVHhZ2CbzZu5dmzCt5Ve 40
error: {"code":-4,"message":"Transaction too large for fee policy"}
marek@vps68798:~/.QubitCoin$ ./qubitcoin-cli sendtoaddress GUBxdJx6iqBDxuWVHhZ2CbzZu5dmzCt5Ve 30
error: {"code":-4,"message":"Transaction too large for fee policy"}
marek@vps68798:~/.QubitCoin$ ./qubitcoin-cli sendtoaddress GUBxdJx6iqBDxuWVHhZ2CbzZu5dmzCt5Ve 20
error: {"code":-4,"message":"Transaction too large for fee policy"}
marek@vps68798:~/.QubitCoin$ ./qubitcoin-cli sendtoaddress GUBxdJx6iqBDxuWVHhZ2CbzZu5dmzCt5Ve 15
error: {"code":-4,"message":"Transaction too large for fee policy"}
marek@vps68798:~/.QubitCoin$ ./qubitcoin-cli sendtoaddress GUBxdJx6iqBDxuWVHhZ2CbzZu5dmzCt5Ve 14
error: {"code":-4,"message":"Transaction too large for fee policy"}
marek@vps68798:~/.QubitCoin$ ./qubitcoin-cli sendtoaddress GUBxdJx6iqBDxuWVHhZ2CbzZu5dmzCt5Ve 13
error: {"code":-4,"message":"Transaction too large for fee policy"}
marek@vps68798:~/.QubitCoin$ ./qubitcoin-cli sendtoaddress GUBxdJx6iqBDxuWVHhZ2CbzZu5dmzCt5Ve 12
c6c3cb34c59d7372bee5c733025c315dd45b563f45640bd1df4c431d682463a6

This is really a joke, you can't send more than 12 coins, made of parts of 1 coin.

I'm also even more worried about other error E0005, which stops payouts in 1st place, and occurs, as I said, when new blocks start to flood wallet.


Try using a larger transaction fee.




Code:
./qubitcoin-cli help sendtoaddress
sendtoaddress "bitcoinaddress" amount ( "comment" "comment-to" subtractfeefromamount )

Send an amount to a given address. The amount is a real and is rounded to the nearest 0.00000001

Arguments:
1. "bitcoinaddress"  (string, required) The bitcoin address to send to.
2. "amount"      (numeric, required) The amount in btc to send. eg 0.1
3. "comment"     (string, optional) A comment used to store what the transaction is for.
                             This is not part of the transaction, just kept in your wallet.
4. "comment-to"  (string, optional) A comment to store the name of the person or organization
                             to which you're sending the transaction. This is not part of the
                             transaction, just kept in your wallet.
5. subtractfeefromamount  (boolean, optional, default=false) The fee will be deducted from the amount being sent.
                             The recipient will receive less bitcoins than you enter in the amount field.

Result:
"transactionid"  (string) The transaction id.


Code:
./qubitcoin-cli sendtoaddress GUBxdJx6iqBDxuWVHhZ2CbzZu5dmzCt5Ve 50 "" "" true
error: {"code":-4,"message":"Transaction too large for fee policy"}


Still not working :-D

Try running the wallet with -maxtxfee=1

Let me know if that works.

We might have to change the fee policy defaults in a next release to reduce the required fee.


Nice!
With fee=1 tx with 50coins goes without a problem, thanks!

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willowrose -maxtxfee= work fine thx!

Great! I'll change the default in the next release.

We currently use the default of 1000 satoshi's / byte (carried over from the Bitcoin code base) as transaction fee. A satoshi in Bitcoin (0.00000001) is smaller than a Satoshi in Qubitcoin (0.00001).

I did a transaction with 35 inputs and the fee was about 0.2 Q2C, which seems acceptable to me. Lowering fees will probably require a hard fork, otherwise old nodes will reject the lower fee transactions.
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Good news!

What about diff being so big that no new block shown in about 15-20 minutes? :-)

Code:

    "blocks" : 2021151,


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Good news!

What about diff being so big that no new block shown in about 15-20 minutes? :-)

Code:

    "blocks" : 2021151,


Qubit retargets every 20 blocks, by cutting difficulty up to half. It is possible to modify the algorithm, but it will require a hard fork. Even if we change difficulty with every block, there's not much you can do when 90% of the hash rate is suddenly removed, it is going to take time to find the next block before it adjusts, and then it will also take a few more blocks to adjust to target.
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Good news!

What about diff being so big that no new block shown in about 15-20 minutes? :-)

Code:

    "blocks" : 2021151,


Qubit retargets every 20 blocks, by cutting difficulty up to half. It is possible to modify the algorithm, but it will require a hard fork. Even if we change difficulty with every block, there's not much you can do when 90% of the hash rate is suddenly removed, it is going to take time to find the next block before it adjusts, and then it will also take a few more blocks to adjust to target.


Yup, more than hard fork Q2C need some constant miners base :-)
and also good price!

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When I try to send some Qubits my wallet freezes i.e. spinning beachball of death.
Any ideas what I can do, it's the mac wallet v0.11.2.1
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When I try to send some Qubits my wallet freezes i.e. spinning beachball of death.
Any ideas what I can do, it's the mac wallet v0.11.2.1

I tried sending on OSX 10.11 and it worked on my setup. Which version of OSX are you using? Does it always happen? Maybe try reindex or redownloading the blockchain.
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QubitCoin 0.11.2.2

* Increase default maximum fee
* UI text changes

Win32, Win64 and OSX versions:

https://github.com/willowrose/QubitCoin/releases/tag/v0.11.2.2

Note, VirusTotal detects 3 potential issues with the Win32 version, but as far as I can tell those are false positives.
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any blockchain bootstrap for Q2c? Tired to sync, 2 years 37 weeks  Roll Eyes
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When I try to send some Qubits my wallet freezes i.e. spinning beachball of death.
Any ideas what I can do, it's the mac wallet v0.11.2.1

I tried sending on OSX 10.11 and it worked on my setup. Which version of OSX are you using? Does it always happen? Maybe try reindex or redownloading the blockchain.

El Capitan 10.11.5
How do I re-index?, I guess it's quicker than redownloading the blockchain
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any blockchain bootstrap for Q2c? Tired to sync, 2 years 37 weeks  Roll Eyes

Here we go, just made Q2C blockchain bootstrap today, enjoy ( #2023321  dated 20.10.2016, 400MB ),

link:    https://mega.nz/#!jF0UHTDS!SQLOwEN-GssISEqGgFBjSBcKfTZULImntHGwWavINR8


Q2C tips welcome: GbdyWQcFvgzcceGYXTNhFd2zhxPFQ5T1Vu

http://bitcoin.1free.eu/ - site for fun, will evolve in future.
https://bitelon.com/partner/9ec1de4a405fdcda976974d237ace47b/ - Bitelon platform allows you to exchange all the most popular currencies on the market.
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October 20, 2016, 06:28:02 AM
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Here is another one, created using linearize.py script, up to block 2024168.

Code:
https://transfer.sh/9xnZP/q2c-bootstrap-20161020.zip

sha256sum:
Code:
820aa28f8521781ae895fec3a095811b8dbd87b66cddcd0e39d78aa4875ba658  q2c-bootstrap-20161020.zip


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October 20, 2016, 09:56:40 AM
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some desperate gave q2c for free Cheesy

2016-10-20 11:28   SELL   0.00000003   305547.91606667   0.00916644   0.00916644   
2016-10-20 11:28   SELL   0.00000004   50000.00000000   0.00200000   0.00200000   
2016-10-20 11:28   SELL   0.00000004   37425.00000000   0.00149700   0.00149700   
2016-10-20 11:28   SELL   0.00000005   367027.08393333   0.01835135   0.01835135   
2016-10-20 11:21   SELL   0.00000005   1231972.91606667   0.06159865   0.06159865   
2016-10-20 11:21   SELL   0.00000005   1004695.04318333   0.05023475   0.05023475   
2016-10-20 10:57   SELL   0.00000005   97554.95681667   0.00487775   0.00487775   
2016-10-20 10:57   SELL   0.00000006   33333.33333333   0.00200000   0.00200000   
2016-10-20 10:57   SELL   0.00000020   25000.00000000   0.00500000   0.00500000   
2016-10-20 10:57   SELL   0.00000035   12500.00000000   0.00437500   0.00437500   
2016-10-20 10:57   SELL   0.00000036   16850.70985000   0.00606626   0.00606626   
2016-10-20 10:57   SELL   0.00000037   4761.00000000   0.00176157   0.00176157   

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October 20, 2016, 10:32:17 AM
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Now we have bootstrap.dat creation bot, it will be daily update

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https://github.com/jemekite/q2c-bootstrap

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where do you watch it?

0.00000004   532000.00000000   0.02128000   0.02128000   
0.00000003   3356265.75060000   0.10068797   0.12196797   
0.00000002   2682154.50000000   0.05364309   0.17561106   
0.00000001   2342755.00000000   0.02342755   0.19903861   

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some fool has sold for 3-5 Satoshi and now probably stand in sell order 78 Cheesy

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i am waiting it on 1 satoshi  Grin
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kuronja You buy q2c two years  Tongue Roll Eyes

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When I try to send some Qubits my wallet freezes i.e. spinning beachball of death.
Any ideas what I can do, it's the mac wallet v0.11.2.1

I tried sending on OSX 10.11 and it worked on my setup. Which version of OSX are you using? Does it always happen? Maybe try reindex or redownloading the blockchain.

El Capitan 10.11.5
How do I re-index?, I guess it's quicker than redownloading the blockchain
I have redownloaded the blockchain.  It's up to date, I can add nodes but when I try to send the wallet just hangs.  Any ideas much appreciated.
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Here is the link to Faucet.

http://qfaucet.cf/

Made by a.i.a Smiley
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October 27, 2016, 08:13:04 PM
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Today build in miner was working fine but at the afternoon gave this error.

Code:
2016-10-27 18:26:46 QubitcoinMiner started
2016-10-27 18:26:46 Error in QubitcoinMiner: Keypool ran out, please call keypoolrefill before restarting the mining thread

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Today build in miner was working fine but at the afternoon gave this error.

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2016-10-27 18:26:46 QubitcoinMiner started
2016-10-27 18:26:46 Error in QubitcoinMiner: Keypool ran out, please call keypoolrefill before restarting the mining thread

This happens when your list of keys have been all used by the miner. Your wallet is probably locked, so it can't create new addresses for you.

You can manually top up your key pool with:

walletpassphrase 'mypassword' 1000
keypoolrefill

I think the miner should automatically refill the keypool if you mine with your wallet unlocked, I haven't checked this myself.
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October 27, 2016, 08:32:28 PM
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Unlock the wallet and refill the keypool all working again fine
https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Wallet_encryption
I was mining with locket wallet and the keypool is limited.
Better solution mining with unencrypted wallet and send the qubitcoin to encrypted wallet every 10 minute with crontab.

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QubitCoin on Cryptopia: https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Exchange/?market=Q2C_BTC  Grin

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any peers my wallet wont sync
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 strange because I have currently 10 connections

   "blocks" : 2055391,
    "timeoffset" : -16,
    "connections" : 10,



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October 31, 2016, 10:06:51 AM
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any peers my wallet wont sync
Are you on latest version?

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yes i downloaded latest version
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October 31, 2016, 05:27:51 PM
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try to add this node to your QubitCoin.conf

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addnode=217.173.184.63
addnode=84.200.7.231
addnode=92.222.24.57
addnode=85.255.9.219
addnode=208.94.242.218
addnode=188.0.182.10
addnode=52.201.233.232
addnode=85.93.16.106
addnode=85.93.13.52
addnode=2.85.56.197

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any peers my wallet wont sync

http://qubitcoinxplorer.cc/network
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Novaexchange q2c wallet all the time in maintenance mode, or close to a solution to the problems with the payment of the exchange?
I know that the service exchange in touch with dev

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November 13, 2016, 09:01:22 AM
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Novaexchange q2c wallet all the time in maintenance mode, or close to a solution to the problems with the payment of the exchange?
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I need a blockchain to sync my wallet Sad

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November 18, 2016, 06:55:40 PM
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I need a blockchain do sync my wallet Sad
Code:
https://github.com/jemekite/q2c-bootstrap

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I need a blockchain do sync my wallet Sad
Code:
https://github.com/jemekite/q2c-bootstrap

I checked that before and it is not found.

But thanks

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Yeah, file got deleted by transfer.sh after 2 week.
I'll generate new bootstrap now, it will be available in couple minutes Wink

UPDATE:
It's ready Wink
Code:
https://transfer.sh/Wfvj3/bootstrap.dat.20161118.zip

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thanks man  Wink

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Yeah, file got deleted by transfer.sh after 2 week.
I'll generate new bootstrap now, it will be available in couple minutes Wink

UPDATE:
It's ready Wink
Code:
https://transfer.sh/Wfvj3/bootstrap.dat.20161118.zip

on this ver. q2c-0.11.2.2-win64 don't recognize bootstrap. what wallet you use?

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mac wallet is no longer functioning, continual freezing and that's if it manages to sync.
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Yeah, file got deleted by transfer.sh after 2 week.
I'll generate new bootstrap now, it will be available in couple minutes Wink

UPDATE:
It's ready Wink
Code:
https://transfer.sh/Wfvj3/bootstrap.dat.20161118.zip

on this ver. q2c-0.11.2.2-win64 don't recognize bootstrap. what wallet you use?

check this: https://mega.nz/#!jF0UHTDS!SQLOwEN-GssISEqGgFBjSBcKfTZULImntHGwWavINR8

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Yeah, file got deleted by transfer.sh after 2 week.
I'll generate new bootstrap now, it will be available in couple minutes Wink

UPDATE:
It's ready Wink
Code:
https://transfer.sh/Wfvj3/bootstrap.dat.20161118.zip

on this ver. q2c-0.11.2.2-win64 don't recognize bootstrap. what wallet you use?

check this: https://mega.nz/#!jF0UHTDS!SQLOwEN-GssISEqGgFBjSBcKfTZULImntHGwWavINR8

don't work
can someone zip the folders maybe that will work(blocks and chainstate)?

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on this ver. q2c-0.11.2.2-win64 don't recognize bootstrap. what wallet you use?

Code:
dev@qubit-71577:~$ qubitcoin-cli getinfo
{
    "version" : 110202,
    "protocolversion" : 70002,
    "walletversion" : 60000,
    "balance" : 0.00000000,
    "blocks" : 2111521,
    "timeoffset" : 1,
    "connections" : 14,
    "proxy" : "",
    "difficulty" : 0.00070949,
    "testnet" : false,
    "keypoololdest" : 1476616614,
    "keypoolsize" : 102,
    "paytxfee" : 0.00000000,
    "relayfee" : 0.05000000,
    "errors" : ""
}

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Yeah, file got deleted by transfer.sh after 2 week.
I'll generate new bootstrap now, it will be available in couple minutes Wink

UPDATE:
It's ready Wink
Code:
https://transfer.sh/Wfvj3/bootstrap.dat.20161118.zip

on this ver. q2c-0.11.2.2-win64 don't recognize bootstrap. what wallet you use?

check this: https://mega.nz/#!jF0UHTDS!SQLOwEN-GssISEqGgFBjSBcKfTZULImntHGwWavINR8

don't work
can someone zip the folders maybe that will work(blocks and chainstate)?

Here we go, just made copy of chain with actual peers file (Qubit folder located in .../Roaming.... ) up to #2124397   date 23 Nov 2016   size 1,24GB
zip file https://mega.nz/#!LNUEnBIL!fq5-V_z8Bt7_us55eDrwMr589atLkJbiMNuLL6jdVOw

just unzip, put into correct location, put your wallet.dat file to see yours coins, working with v0.11.2.2 of client

good luck

Q2C tips welcome : GbdyWQcFvgzcceGYXTNhFd2zhxPFQ5T1Vu

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Yeah, file got deleted by transfer.sh after 2 week.
I'll generate new bootstrap now, it will be available in couple minutes Wink

UPDATE:
It's ready Wink
Code:
https://transfer.sh/Wfvj3/bootstrap.dat.20161118.zip

on this ver. q2c-0.11.2.2-win64 don't recognize bootstrap. what wallet you use?

check this: https://mega.nz/#!jF0UHTDS!SQLOwEN-GssISEqGgFBjSBcKfTZULImntHGwWavINR8

don't work
can someone zip the folders maybe that will work(blocks and chainstate)?

Here we go, just made copy of chain with actual peers file (Qubit folder located in .../Roaming.... ) up to #2124397   date 23 Nov 2016   size 1,24GB
zip file https://mega.nz/#!LNUEnBIL!fq5-V_z8Bt7_us55eDrwMr589atLkJbiMNuLL6jdVOw

just unzip, put into correct location, put your wallet.dat file to see yours coins, working with v0.11.2.2 of client

good luck

Q2C tips welcome : GbdyWQcFvgzcceGYXTNhFd2zhxPFQ5T1Vu

thanks man

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Here we go, just made copy of chain with actual peers file (Qubit folder located in .../Roaming.... ) up to #2124397   date 23 Nov 2016   size 1,24GB
zip file https://mega.nz/#!LNUEnBIL!fq5-V_z8Bt7_us55eDrwMr589atLkJbiMNuLL6jdVOw

just unzip, put into correct location, put your wallet.dat file to see yours coins, working with v0.11.2.2 of client

good luck

Q2C tips welcome : GbdyWQcFvgzcceGYXTNhFd2zhxPFQ5T1Vu

Nice, thanks for taking the time to make this for those that are having issues, doesn't happen often now days.

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Here we go, just made copy of chain with actual peers file (Qubit folder located in .../Roaming.... ) up to #2124397   date 23 Nov 2016   size 1,24GB
zip file https://mega.nz/#!LNUEnBIL!fq5-V_z8Bt7_us55eDrwMr589atLkJbiMNuLL6jdVOw

just unzip, put into correct location, put your wallet.dat file to see yours coins, working with v0.11.2.2 of client

good luck

Q2C tips welcome : GbdyWQcFvgzcceGYXTNhFd2zhxPFQ5T1Vu

Nice, thanks for taking the time to make this for those that are having issues, doesn't happen often now days.

No problem - happy if I got chance to help others in crypto.

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Harry, can you do some of your magic to get the mac wallet working?
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Any other pools besides Cryptopia? The pool in OP is down for maintenance.

What's the latest/best running windows miner?  I have a GTX750ti...seems to like quark & qubit coins Smiley thanks in advance!
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Harry, can you do some of your magic to get the mac wallet working?

maybe problem with mac wallet may be number of transactions in wallet? macs seem to get clogged up,
but tbh i've never used win that much sooo….. Tongue

are you using coin control? if yes maybe try without coin control.


.
also maybe the daemon might be more responsive, but there is none such available.
is it possible to get a mac daemon ??


..

Here we go, just made copy of chain with actual peers file (Qubit folder located in .../Roaming.... ) up to #2124397   date 23 Nov 2016   size 1,24GB
zip file https://mega.nz/#!LNUEnBIL!fq5-V_z8Bt7_us55eDrwMr589atLkJbiMNuLL6jdVOw

just unzip, put into correct location, put your wallet.dat file to see yours coins, working with v0.11.2.2 of client

good luck

Q2C tips welcome : GbdyWQcFvgzcceGYXTNhFd2zhxPFQ5T1Vu

any chance you could put this somewhere else?
mega does not agree with me :p

heh i have no idea what sites support files >1gb though

EDIT.
actually i'm fine, one of the earlier bootstraps worked fine.

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HOW TO MINE THIS COIN
NO POOLS WORKING

ANF HOW TO SOLO MINE THIS COIN -

HELP PLEASE

IM HAVING 6 - 150 MHS BAIKAL MINER
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Thanks Bumbacoin but that didn't work, i had been using coin control and turning if off didn't make a difference. 
Having done a lot of solo mining I think the number of transactions is the problem.
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Thanks Bumbacoin but that didn't work, i had been using coin control and turning if off didn't make a difference.  
Having done a lot of solo mining I think the number of transactions is the problem.

can you do anything?
maybe sending smaller amounts? this would reduce yr number of inputs.

could be painful though painstakingly repeat transactions,

a daemon is handy cos you can set up an auto transaction using crontab, and it would do it in the background ..
(actually you can apparently do that to a qt, but i'm not sure how. something I've always wanted to do so i'm currently syncing, but will look at it later)

..
how many addresses are the coins on, more than one?
do you have the privkeys?

if you have more than one address, you could import them one by one into a new wallet which would reduce # of tx.
if you do not have the privkeys there are tools to extract them from yr wallet.dat

or,
you could delete yr blockchain, so the wallet would have zero transactions when you run it, then you should be able to export yr privkeys easily enough.

to run client with different empty data directory,
from command line
open /location/Qubitcoin-Qt.app --args -datadir=/location/alternativedirectory

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Any other pools besides Cryptopia? The pool in OP is down for maintenance.

What's the latest/best running windows miner?  I have a GTX750ti...seems to like quark & qubit coins Smiley thanks in advance!

gtx is nvidia right? Try using ccminer. Pretty much the best thing for nvidia cards

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Thanks Bumbacoin but that didn't work, i had been using coin control and turning if off didn't make a difference.  
Having done a lot of solo mining I think the number of transactions is the problem.

can you do anything?
maybe sending smaller amounts? this would reduce yr number of inputs.

could be painful though painstakingly repeat transactions,

a daemon is handy cos you can set up an auto transaction using crontab, and it would do it in the background ..
(actually you can apparently do that to a qt, but i'm not sure how. something I've always wanted to do so i'm currently syncing, but will look at it later)

..
how many addresses are the coins on, more than one?
do you have the privkeys?

if you have more than one address, you could import them one by one into a new wallet which would reduce # of tx.
if you do not have the privkeys there are tools to extract them from yr wallet.dat

or,
you could delete yr blockchain, so the wallet would have zero transactions when you run it, then you should be able to export yr privkeys easily enough.

to run client with different empty data directory,
from command line
open /location/Qubitcoin-Qt.app --args -datadir=/location/alternativedirectory

*(you can drag drop locations onto command line)*
I'm unable to do anything, i get the spinning beachball constantly and if i try to send or receive the wallet just hangs.
I was solo mining for a long time and each reward seems to have generated a new address. So my wallet has hundreds of unique addresses.  I don't have much hope this can be sorted.
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December 03, 2016, 04:54:44 PM
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what was wrong with last wallet before this one?
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December 04, 2016, 03:52:14 AM
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I'm unable to do anything, i get the spinning beachball constantly and if i try to send or receive the wallet just hangs.
I was solo mining for a long time and each reward seems to have generated a new address. So my wallet has hundreds of unique addresses.  I don't have much hope this can be sorted.

no idea if this will help.
increasing your maxconnections
.
either edit the QubitCoins.conf (i dont know the correct file name la capital letters)

maxconnections=1000

or open the qt using a terminal window and add arguments
(can drag/drop qt onto terminal window to get file location)
open terminal (applications/utilities)
>open /file/location/qubitcoin-qt.app --args -maxconnections=1000

..

try not to let your computer be doing anything else Smiley
seems like it needs full attention

another possible is using ulimit.
it sets system limits on processes, so you'd raise the limit, then open qt

i'm not that familiar with it, but on OSX 10.8

terminal window
> sudo ulimit -n 10000
password : [enter your user password here]
> open /file/location/qubitcoin-qt.app --args -maxconnections=1000


note: this only effects processes done within this session (terminal window), so you need to open qt within the window, and when you close window that setting will disappear (except for the qt that might still be running - until you close that too).


..
in case you're wondering why maxconnections might help, when maxconnections seems related to how many network connections it has,
maxconnections is tied to file descriptors, which seem to be related to number of processes that can be handled.
https://github.com/qubitcoin/QubitCoin/blob/1c616605f0f63e69983754a114d21eebddbb8710/src/init.cpp#L541

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December 04, 2016, 08:20:31 PM
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December 06, 2016, 01:21:33 PM
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I'm unable to do anything, i get the spinning beachball constantly and if i try to send or receive the wallet just hangs.
I was solo mining for a long time and each reward seems to have generated a new address. So my wallet has hundreds of unique addresses.  I don't have much hope this can be sorted.

no idea if this will help.
increasing your maxconnections
.
either edit the QubitCoins.conf (i dont know the correct file name la capital letters)

maxconnections=1000

or open the qt using a terminal window and add arguments
(can drag/drop qt onto terminal window to get file location)
open terminal (applications/utilities)
>open /file/location/qubitcoin-qt.app --args -maxconnections=1000

..

try not to let your computer be doing anything else Smiley
seems like it needs full attention

another possible is using ulimit.
it sets system limits on processes, so you'd raise the limit, then open qt

i'm not that familiar with it, but on OSX 10.8

terminal window
> sudo ulimit -n 10000
password : [enter your user password here]
> open /file/location/qubitcoin-qt.app --args -maxconnections=1000


note: this only effects processes done within this session (terminal window), so you need to open qt within the window, and when you close window that setting will disappear (except for the qt that might still be running - until you close that too).


..
in case you're wondering why maxconnections might help, when maxconnections seems related to how many network connections it has,
maxconnections is tied to file descriptors, which seem to be related to number of processes that can be handled.
https://github.com/qubitcoin/QubitCoin/blob/1c616605f0f63e69983754a114d21eebddbb8710/src/init.cpp#L541
Many thanks for your help but none of the above worked. I spent all day sunday on this but to no avail.
Maybe if the new wallet is updated it might right itself as there was never a problem with the old wallet.
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Many thanks for your help but none of the above worked. I spent all day sunday on this but to no avail.
Maybe if the new wallet is updated it might right itself as there was never a problem with the old wallet.

sorry i couldnt help :p

do you see anything in your debug.log taht might shed any light ??
should be in your data directory with your wallet etc.

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December 06, 2016, 04:42:36 PM
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I'm unable to do anything, i get the spinning beachball constantly and if i try to send or receive the wallet just hangs.
I was solo mining for a long time and each reward seems to have generated a new address. So my wallet has hundreds of unique addresses.  I don't have much hope this can be sorted.

Many thanks for your help but none of the above worked. I spent all day sunday on this but to no avail.
Maybe if the new wallet is updated it might right itself as there was never a problem with the old wallet.

The only thing you can try and do is send your entire balance to yourself (so it's combined into 1 input). It will hang for a LONG LONG time, i had 50k some inputs that took hours sitting frozen. If your mining at a pool I would suggest raising your payout threshold. Or at least enabling coin control & combining small inputs occasionally.(DONT use coin control right now, youll freeze for hours just to freeze again when you start selecting from your inputs)  if your on linux you could always compile the daemon and issue the sendtoaddress command to the daemon through command line, may help on resources and not take so long to send...

Depending on your system combining/sending a huge amount of inputs could take days. You got popcorn and some good cable tv its gonna take a while Sad

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