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December 07, 2016, 06:26:14 PM
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This coin was launched december 2013 and was one of a few I ever mined. MYR FOX qubitcoin TEK. Good old times. Is this supposed to be a revival?

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December 07, 2016, 07:55:08 PM
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network q2c never died, had his guardian.

It's a real dinosaur, the first coin of the qubit algo  Cool

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December 16, 2016, 06:45:58 AM
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The wallet just freezes when I try to send anything.  I barely have to click on 'send' for this to happen. It doesn't matter what amount or whether the address is generated by the wallet.

Smiley one last thing to try if you're keen enough Smiley

use a daemon, i have found them to be more responsive at times than the qt.
you will have to do a lot of command line typing Smiley

there doesnt seem an official release, so i have built one
i couldnt actually build a static coind (bloody bitcoin nerds hate osx!!!), so the necessary dependencies are included in a sub-folder.
it seems to work , fingers crossed..

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B5j8d4FSc7drQ0k3dmI1bGlfOXc   << not official !!!
(i have tested this on 10.8, and will check on 10.11 a bit later if i remember on reboot :p)

--
what you will need to do,
.edit QubitCoin.conf,
.start the daemon,
.when it's in sync, try a send command.
i have no idea what size your transactions will be, so you may as well start small (500 Q2C) and see if that works.
then go bigger Smiley

if you don't understand what you're doing, you're just going to have to be a good littly copy-pasta monkey and do it anyway. lol

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you will need to add some settings to your QubitCoin.conf file, if you dont have one, there is one in the zip, so add some stuff, then move to appropriate location

edit QubitCoin.conf by adding

rpcuser=makesomethingup
rpcpassword=makesomethinguphereaswell

how to find your datadirectory, first go to Application Support using this article
http://www.syniumsoftware.com/support-article/how-do-i-navigate-to-the-application-support-folder

there should be a QubitCoin folder in Application Support, drag the conf file there.

if you're using a different datadirectory this will complicate matters slightly,

---
open Terminal, which is in
Application/Utilities/Terminal

commands you need to enter in terminal will be prefixed with a $
eg
$ ./qubitcoind &
    have removed them for ease of copy/pasting

navigate to where you put the qubitcoind,
in the finder show the folder
Code:
cd [drag folder from finder to terminal]

mine, for example, would be
Code:
cd /Users/User/Documents

now start the daemon, with some extra stuff to hopefully help,
these settings should depend on your ram, the below uses 1000mb for dbcache, feel free to ramp it up if you have loads of ram
Code:
./qubitcoind -dbcache=1000 -maxconnections=1000 &

the daemon should now be starting/loading,
once it is loaded you will hopefully be able to get interactions from it using the included qubitcoin-cli.exe
Code:
./qubitcoin-cli getinfo

how to send coins is
Code:
./qubitcoin-cli sendtoaddress Qaddresstosendtohere 500

if success, it should then give you a txid in response.

when you want to stop the daemon
Code:
./qubitcoin-cli stop

--
if the QubitCoin.conf is not correct, you might get this
Error: To use qubitcoind, or the -server option to qubitcoin-qt, you must set an rpcpassword in the configuration file:

if you cant get any response from getinfo, you could just try sending coins and leave it to see what happens.

you could always open your debug.log (in your datadirectory), it should open in Console and will update real time,
it's output will hopefully give you an idea of where it's at.

this sort of stuff means it's still syncing
Code:
2016-12-16 06:37:05 UpdateTip: new best=000000e8ef81e86b7c0f68318c818b6d5e8608287344c93f4f2a28e5550935fe  height=2194086  log2_work=52.908581  tx=2577763  date=2016-12-16 06:33:57 progress=0.999993  cache=0.0MiB(20tx)
2016-12-16 06:37:05 UpdateTip: new best=00000335e22864535be4672b42d0e8c2f14fb4d4d3769a9565a8012873c12da6  height=2194087  log2_work=52.908581  tx=2577764  date=2016-12-16 06:34:13 progress=0.999993  cache=0.0MiB(21tx)
2016-12-16 06:37:05 UpdateTip: new best=000003954ad6717eded6f90fd2c782710a022732e7c88f185c95aca111a156bf  height=2194088  log2_work=52.908581  tx=2577765  date=2016-12-16 06:36:28 progress=0.999999  cache=0.0MiB(22tx)

if you are using a different datadirectory you will need to tell the coind,
to start
Code:
./qubitcoind -datadir=draglocationhere &

to do other things
Code:
./qubitcoin-cli -datadir=draglocationhere getinfo


=====



for extra value, if succesful you can automate the send process
this seems to work, it's a simple loop you enter into terminal
the following should send coins every 10 minutes (as long as you're in the right folder),
if successful you can change the amount of coins (5000 below), and time between sending (600 = seconds, 10 minutes)

Code:
while true; do qubitcoin-cli sendtoaddress GXQ3CHQ6qy4u4j3exXdz9WWUqqovBzXydj 5000; sleep 600; done

to end it
[ctrl]+c
or kill/close the Terminal window

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December 16, 2016, 12:02:49 PM
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The wallet just freezes when I try to send anything.  I barely have to click on 'send' for this to happen. It doesn't matter what amount or whether the address is generated by the wallet.

Smiley one last thing to try if you're keen enough Smiley

use a daemon, i have found them to be more responsive at times than the qt.
you will have to do a lot of command line typing Smiley

there doesnt seem an official release, so i have built one
i couldnt actually build a static coind (bloody bitcoin nerds hate osx!!!), so the necessary dependencies are included in a sub-folder.
it seems to work , fingers crossed..

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B5j8d4FSc7drQ0k3dmI1bGlfOXc   << not official !!!
(i have tested this on 10.8, and will check on 10.11 a bit later if i remember on reboot :p)

--
what you will need to do,
.edit QubitCoin.conf,
.start the daemon,
.when it's in sync, try a send command.
i have no idea what size your transactions will be, so you may as well start small (500 Q2C) and see if that works.
then go bigger Smiley

if you don't understand what you're doing, you're just going to have to be a good littly copy-pasta monkey and do it anyway. lol

---
you will need to add some settings to your QubitCoin.conf file, if you dont have one, there is one in the zip, so add some stuff, then move to appropriate location

edit QubitCoin.conf by adding

rpcuser=makesomethingup
rpcpassword=makesomethinguphereaswell

how to find your datadirectory, first go to Application Support using this article
http://www.syniumsoftware.com/support-article/how-do-i-navigate-to-the-application-support-folder

there should be a QubitCoin folder in Application Support, drag the conf file there.

if you're using a different datadirectory this will complicate matters slightly,

---
open Terminal, which is in
Application/Utilities/Terminal

commands you need to enter in terminal will be prefixed with a $
eg
Code:
$ ./qubitcoind &

navigate to where you put the qubitcoind,
in the finder show the folder
Code:
$ cd [drag folder from finder to terminal]

mine, for example, would be
Code:
$ cd /Users/User/Documents

now start the daemon, with some extra stuff to hopefully help,
these settings should depend on your ram, the below uses 1000mb for dbcache, feel free to ramp it up if you have loads of ram
Code:
$ ./qubitcoind -dbcache=1000 -maxconnections=1000 &

the daemon should now be starting/loading,
once it is loaded you will hopefully be able to get interactions from it using the included qubitcoin-cli.exe
Code:
$ ./qubitcoin-cli getinfo

how to send coins is
Code:
$ ./qubitcoin-cli sendtoaddress Qaddresstosendtohere 500

if success, it should then give you a txid in response.

when you want to stop the daemon
Code:
$ ./qubitcoin-cli stop

--
if the QubitCoin.conf is not correct, you might get this
Error: To use qubitcoind, or the -server option to qubitcoin-qt, you must set an rpcpassword in the configuration file:

if you cant get any response from getinfo, you could just try sending coins and leave it to see what happens.

you could always open your debug.log (in your datadirectory), it should open in Console and will update real time,
it's output will hopefully give you an idea of where it's at.

this sort of stuff means it's still syncing
Code:
2016-12-16 06:37:05 UpdateTip: new best=000000e8ef81e86b7c0f68318c818b6d5e8608287344c93f4f2a28e5550935fe  height=2194086  log2_work=52.908581  tx=2577763  date=2016-12-16 06:33:57 progress=0.999993  cache=0.0MiB(20tx)
2016-12-16 06:37:05 UpdateTip: new best=00000335e22864535be4672b42d0e8c2f14fb4d4d3769a9565a8012873c12da6  height=2194087  log2_work=52.908581  tx=2577764  date=2016-12-16 06:34:13 progress=0.999993  cache=0.0MiB(21tx)
2016-12-16 06:37:05 UpdateTip: new best=000003954ad6717eded6f90fd2c782710a022732e7c88f185c95aca111a156bf  height=2194088  log2_work=52.908581  tx=2577765  date=2016-12-16 06:36:28 progress=0.999999  cache=0.0MiB(22tx)

if you are using a different datadirectory you will need to tell the coind,
to start
Code:
$ ./qubitcoind -datadir=draglocationhere &

to do other things
Code:
$ ./qubitcoin-cli -datadir=draglocationhere getinfo


=====

hmmz. no idea about crontab atm.
this seems to work, it's a simple loop you enter into terminal
the following should send coins every 10 minutes (as long as you're in the right folder),

Code:
$ while true; do qubitcoin-cli sendtoaddress GXQ3CHQ6qy4u4j3exXdz9WWUqqovBzXydj 5000; sleep 600; done

to end it
[ctrl]+c
or kill the Terminal window



for extra value, if succesful you can automate the send process using crontab
basically it's a process to automatically do system commands at specified intervals/time/dates

nano is a text editor, it is not entirely obvious how to use it so you'll just have to copy paste

$ nano crontab -e

this will open up the file for editing, what you will end up with will be similar to this
*/15 * * * * /Users/User/qubitcoind/qubitcoin-cli sendtoaddress Qaddddreeessssssssssssssssss 5000

first paste this
*/15 * * * *
then immediately after drag the qubitcoin-cli location, i get
*/15 * * * * /Users/User/qubitcoind/qubitcoin-cli

then add your send address after that
*/15 * * * * /Users/User/qubitcoind/qubitcoin-cli sendtoaddress Qaddddreeeesssssssssssssss 5000

then quit and save
[ctrl]+x
y
[enter]


now, if all is good, it will send 5000 coins every 15 minutes,
( you can change it to 30 minutes by changing it to */30 )


Awesome writeup there for him. Hopefully he is able to get the coin out of that wallet or at least enough out of it that he can combine them without freezing for 5 years.

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January 02, 2017, 08:18:44 PM
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Many thanks for all the help and advice, it really is much appreciated.
However I don't get very far, running Sierra 10.12.1
-bash: $: command not found

Maybe the next mac wallet will function better for me as the last one did.
Have a great year!
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January 03, 2017, 01:58:22 AM
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Many thanks for all the help and advice, it really is much appreciated.
However I don't get very far, running Sierra 10.12.1
-bash: $: command not found

Maybe the next mac wallet will function better for me as the last one did.
Have a great year!

oops, not meant to enter the $ (symbolically represents command line entry)
it says
Code:
$ ./qubitcoind &

but you enter
Code:
./qubitcoind &


i've removed all the $ from commands to enter in my earlier post, makes it easy to copy/paste.

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Possibly Novaexchange need some assistance with their Qubit wallet.
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January 04, 2017, 02:03:31 PM
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Possibly Novaexchange need some assistance with their Qubit wallet.

concerned a large fee for  withdrawal coins, I was consulted but did not know if I did solve the problem

zex?

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January 31, 2017, 04:42:53 AM
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Possibly Novaexchange need some assistance with their Qubit wallet.

concerned a large fee for  withdrawal coins, I was consulted but did not know if I did solve the problem

zex?

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February 07, 2017, 10:34:10 PM
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I am trying to get wallet issues resolved. Since I am not a developer I would like you guys to list all the things that need to be fixed.
Once we fix that we can think about adding some other features.

Thanks
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February 09, 2017, 10:17:09 AM
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I am trying to get wallet issues resolved. Since I am not a developer I would like you guys to list all the things that need to be fixed.
Once we fix that we can think about adding some other features.

Thanks

someone mention before that there is no way how to send bigger amount of coins in one go (about 880 Q2C is the limit) from client, as getting "transaction to large" message.

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February 17, 2017, 11:13:15 AM
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OK I found out (from one developer) that transaction too large is because of too many inputs to the wallet. In other words (if I understood correctly) you can't send more than about 860 inputs and that means if you were mining and getting 1 Q2C reward, you will not be able to send more than 860 Q2C. That is if you increase the the fee to 5 Q2C per transaction (-maxtxfee=5).

I tested all this and the only way to go around it is to manually move coins by 860 to another wallet and then you should be able to do one transaction (depending how much you have) and move back the whole amount back to original wallet. It takes a little bit of time but it is one time only.

If you also have larger inputs in your wallet, you can enable Coin Control Feature option and select only small amounts of inputs to be sent. Settings->Options->Wallet->Enable coin control features. After this on SEND page at the top you will get the option to select Inputs manually.

I will try to see with Nova exchange if somehow we can swap wallets to make it right. Not sure if it can be done.
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February 17, 2017, 11:43:51 AM
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OK I found out (from one developer) that transaction too large is because of too many inputs to the wallet. In other words (if I understood correctly) you can't send more than about 860 inputs and that means if you were mining and getting 1 Q2C reward, you will not be able to send more than 860 Q2C. That is if you increase the the fee to 5 Q2C per transaction (-maxtxfee=5).

I tested all this and the only way to go around it is to manually move coins by 860 to another wallet and then you should be able to do one transaction (depending how much you have) and move back the whole amount back to original wallet. It takes a little bit of time but it is one time only.

If you also have larger inputs in your wallet, you can enable Coin Control Feature option and select only small amounts of inputs to be sent. Settings->Options->Wallet->Enable coin control features. After this on SEND page at the top you will get the option to select Inputs manually.

I will try to see with Nova exchange if somehow we can swap wallets to make it right. Not sure if it can be done.

I'm using CoinControl app by Rav3nPL, much easier to use compared to built in coin control feature, you can download it here:
Code:
https://github.com/Rav3nPL/CoinControl

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February 22, 2017, 04:38:41 PM
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Is it possible to solo mine and how to?
I am not able to get it work

       
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March 08, 2017, 11:18:31 AM
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Is it possible to solo mine and how to?
I am not able to get it work
currently only solo mining is possible.
you can do that from your wallet by typing "setgenerate true -1" in wallet console window. (Help -> Debug window)



or add "gen=1" to your QubitCoin.conf

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March 09, 2017, 08:26:45 AM
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Cryptopia market added to explorer  Wink

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March 13, 2017, 10:26:46 AM
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Alert!!!
QubitCoin will be delisted from novaexchange  Sad
Unfortunately their wallet still on maintenance mode, I can't withdraw my Q2C there.

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March 13, 2017, 12:03:15 PM
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Nova exchange is not really interested in solving the issue with the wallet. We offered two solutions but it looks like they are just ignoring that.
In case they accept to start with a fresh (blank wallet), I would ask all you guys that have Q2C on their exchange to make a proof of the amount which you have there so later I can reimburse.
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March 13, 2017, 10:58:29 PM
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what is the address q2c wallet for distribution of coins novaexchange?

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March 19, 2017, 03:56:51 PM
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Novaexchange withdrawal has been enabled, get your Q2C before to late  Grin


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