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Author Topic: [MOON] Mooncoin 🌙 51285 funded addresses. 2,162,799 txs. 5 block explorers  (Read 274387 times)
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June 13, 2017, 11:44:10 PM
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Just having a little fun, creating some MOON t-shits



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June 14, 2017, 02:53:54 AM
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where can i buy some moon coins!!!!!!!

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June 14, 2017, 03:30:26 AM
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where can i buy some moon coins!!!!!!!


novaexchange.com

However, I'm getting the message "Trade engine is unreachable, please try again."
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June 14, 2017, 03:36:33 AM
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where can i buy some moon coins!!!!!!!


novaexchange.com

However, I'm getting the message "Trade engine is unreachable, please try again."

I've never had trouble using Bleutrade
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June 14, 2017, 03:47:40 AM
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where can i buy some moon coins!!!!!!!

You can buy moon coins from the following exchanges please check it here

https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/mooncoin/#markets

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June 14, 2017, 04:41:45 AM
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Hi all,

Apologies for the absence, i have been quite active over on the Mooncoin Discord.

A status update:

a) Mooncoin ported over to Litecoin 13.3 codebase with segwit.

b) PoW algorithm has been changed from scrypt to a custom algo lyra2m (Lyra2 Moon). I've received confirmation from a seasoned opencl programmer that even if a GPU miner was written; it would have zero advantage over a CPU.

c) Diff retargetting code has been updated to a slightly modified Dual_KGW3 (with some 'spacing code' added to smooth the difficulty between algorithms - required). I have posted several graphs showing DK3's magic at work:


d) People have been complaining as to how long the chain takes to sync from scratch (one user mentioned a day or two); i've implemented my own style of 'warpsync' (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kgv6v4-QAfA) which peaks around 200 blocks per second. On average, on a core2quad 2.33 with a 'weak' Australian 25/5 connection; the chain can be sync'd in scratch in approximately 34 minutes. Will actually be much faster for most users.

e) I've included the option to run a compressed blockchain (for those interested, google BUIP017) however im not playing too much importance on it until everything is running perfectly.

f) Native Moonlite in-wallet integration.

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June 14, 2017, 05:40:18 AM
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around 200 blocks per second .. Wow Shocked

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June 14, 2017, 06:00:53 AM
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So with this new update do we just mine from the wallet considering it is a new algorithm ?
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June 14, 2017, 06:12:35 AM
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So with this new update do we just mine from the wallet considering it is a new algorithm ?
why want to mine ? i think buy some coin from market  it's cheaper then you mine it .

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June 14, 2017, 06:20:12 AM
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So with this new update do we just mine from the wallet considering it is a new algorithm ?

Originally the plan was to mine entirely from the wallet.
However since the Algorithm is reasonably (not brutal) difficult on the CPU; i worry that this may lead to orphaned blocks, which is quite common when solo-mining and has occurred during testing.

More on this shortly.

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June 14, 2017, 06:23:10 AM
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how do i move my mooncoins from the bluetrade wallet to another wallet? and what wallet would you guys recommend?
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June 14, 2017, 06:49:32 AM
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Is Mooncoin Dev Team planning to go to new Exchanges aswell?

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June 14, 2017, 08:41:22 AM
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1. Please stop spreading FUD and stop mention other completely unrelated coins in the Mooncoin thread. It is not cool!

2. Mooners should take similar direction as the Dogecoin fellas - they are not looking for new exchanges but to build all other aspects of the DOGE economy like various websites and services accepting DOGE.
Also we should be generous to each other and tip a lot.

3. Thank you barrysty1e for your great work so far!

4. To the Moon!
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June 14, 2017, 09:36:15 AM
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HELP!

I'm new to this, and confused a bit - a couple of questions please!

I use MOONCOIN CORE WALLET.
I can see my mooncoin balance and I am able to send them.

Question 1:

How do I see or find my Private Key?

Question 2:

Is my Private Key and wallet password all I need to "backup" my wallet?

Question 3:

Are the actual Mooncoins on the Blockchain accessible by using a wallet and private key, or do mooncoin totals reside in the wallet?



Thanks for any answers!




The wallet is a collection of your addresses + their private keys (kept in wallet.dat).
If coins are on your address, block explorers see them, no matter if the wallet is online or not.
An address/its private key is a static pair.
Anyone who knows a private key, has a control on its address.
For every address there is a separate private key.
Get a list of all your addresses in your wallet and then you can get a private key for each of them
by using a command dumprivkey [your address] in your wallet's Console.
Or you can just backup your wallet.dat file and keep it in a safe place (it should be done regularly if you use the wallet actively).


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5 independent block explorers. Record onto blockchain (free and without 3rd parties) MoonWord programming language + the platform written from scratch.
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June 14, 2017, 09:39:52 AM
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Just having a little fun, creating some MOON t-shits


You may want also to try these themes:
http://mooncoin.com/MOONCOIN_SHIRTS.ZIP

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June 14, 2017, 10:49:35 AM
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1. Please stop spreading FUD and stop mention other completely unrelated coins in the Mooncoin thread. It is not cool!

2. Mooners should take similar direction as the Dogecoin fellas - they are not looking for new exchanges but to build all other aspects of the DOGE economy like various websites and services accepting DOGE.
Also we should be generous to each other and tip a lot.

3. Thank you barrysty1e for your great work so far!

4. To the Moon!

I think new exchange like bittrex or cryptopia is needed. Novaexchange is cool but the coin need more volume. It's easy to add $MOON to cryptopia just an email from dev and it's good
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June 14, 2017, 12:02:25 PM
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why mooncoin should be addded to cryptopia?? we want to get this coins to better exchanges not worse
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June 14, 2017, 03:51:24 PM
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why mooncoin should be addded to cryptopia?? we want to get this coins to better exchanges not worse


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June 14, 2017, 04:06:23 PM
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I plan on buying mooncoin and holding long term, and right now they are just sitting on bluetrade.  Reading through this board it looks as if a new wallet is coming out.

Should I wait for the new wallet to come out before moving my coins out of bluetrade? 

When is the new wallet coming out?

Or should I create a paper wallet?

Just looking for the best way to store coins long term as i don't want to lose them, unfortunately I have lost some in the past due to exchanges going down.

Thanks
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June 14, 2017, 06:06:29 PM
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I plan on buying mooncoin and holding long term, and right now they are just sitting on bluetrade.  Reading through this board it looks as if a new wallet is coming out.

Should I wait for the new wallet to come out before moving my coins out of bluetrade? 

When is the new wallet coming out?

Or should I create a paper wallet?

Just looking for the best way to store coins long term as i don't want to lose them, unfortunately I have lost some in the past due to exchanges going down.

Thanks

I use the latest qt wallet it works great.

https://github.com/mooncoindev/mooncoin/releases/download/0.10.5-tokenblock/Mooncoin-qt.zip
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