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December 23, 2017, 05:23:05 PM
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If you have any spare miner(if you have available Antminer will be better), please, start mining in this testing pool

stratum+tcp://testpool.ddns.net:3032

I need some tests for the wallet!
Thank you!
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December 23, 2017, 05:49:34 PM
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And also do a rebrand of name perhaps :-)

Not again this topic. We already have three different designs.
We really should focus on the essentials.

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December 23, 2017, 05:52:45 PM
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Proof of Capacity is very different thing of hashing! You dont hash anything. You do a "plot" with all hashes in begin when you add an hdd and that's it! After that no work needs! It's dif logic at all from hash coins!
I don't believe that Proof of CPU is something good..
Proof of Stake maybe..
But for now we have the fork! Smiley

I'm perfectly OK with Proof of Stake, too.
In fact, that is, what I was suggesting a veeerry long time ago (last year, or that before, don't know anymore and repeating several times ...  Wink  ). A PoW/PoS-hybrid Mooncoin would be very nice. Smiley

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December 23, 2017, 05:58:37 PM
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And also do a rebrand of name perhaps :-)

Not again this topic. We already have three different designs.
We really should focus on the essentials.

Cheesy
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December 23, 2017, 06:26:03 PM
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Withdrawal was from Coinexcange

MOON amount was 1538800.00000000 and fee is 0.10000000

I write to support@coinexchange.io and they send me:

For all support issues please go here:

https://coinexchangeio.freshdesk.com/support/home

and there is no solution for my problem.

After 18 hours I still don't see MOON in my wallet!


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December 23, 2017, 06:32:04 PM
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 Hi! I have the same problem!
I tried yesterday to transfer  some moon from Coinexchange to Bleutrade but txid has not appeared in blockcain. Coinexchange Withdrawals - status is completed, support is not responding. What should I do next? Thanks!
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December 23, 2017, 08:15:18 PM
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thank you for good words!
Merry Christmas to everyone!

After we finish with fork, i will add features to wallets and to Mooncoin! We need cross-platform "ready to use" wallets, mobile wallet, online wallet, etc.
And also i will start to motivate an inner/outer economy for Mooncoin!
We will see.. just stay tuned! Wink

Mooncoin_Foundation mentioned, that you worked for/with Burstcoin before? Nice movement of price for BURST today, btw. ...
But the reason I'm asking is, that I've seen, that Burstcoin has Proof of Capacity built-in, right? Maybe we could add that to Mooncoin also? A long time ago I proposed in this thread, to add something like Proof of CPU, which would do kind of CPU-staking, based on the CPU you run. So if you have a mainboard with several server-CPU's your stake would be bigger, than with the ARM of a Raspi, for example.
Have you thought about this also? It could result in a kind of hybrid: the ones that have scrypt-ASICs can still mine with them, but all others could mine, respectively stake, also in a reasonable way. The problem with mining scrypt via CPU only is, that you cannot compete with ASICs.
Another option would be a Proof of Capacity based on the installed RAM.

Good afternoon ! I think that it will be a good idea to add something similar with Proof of Capacity, Proof of Stake or another algorithm. But the most important thing now is the hard fork... Smiley
When is the hard fork going to happen? Sorry, if it was answered before. I have the latest wallet though with segwit.

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December 23, 2017, 09:33:43 PM
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thank you for good words!
Merry Christmas to everyone!

After we finish with fork, i will add features to wallets and to Mooncoin! We need cross-platform "ready to use" wallets, mobile wallet, online wallet, etc.
And also i will start to motivate an inner/outer economy for Mooncoin!
We will see.. just stay tuned! Wink

Dear All Members,

As we know that Mooncoin is just available on the following Exchanges:

1. www.coinexchang.io
2. www.bleutrade.com
3. www.novaexchange.com (near to Close)

These exchanges are not enough to boost the volume, therefore, Mooncoin needs to add on other exchanges as well.

For this purpose Mooncoin Team already forwarded requests to some of the exchanges and get feedback from the Exchanges in which they clearly instructed to build an active and positive community to be listed.

Therefore we all as Community Member of Mooncoin should play our role positively. In this Era, Social Media plays a vital role to get the attention of others e.g. (John MacAfee words about #XVG #BURST #DGB).

So this is the time to take action and spread positivity about Mooncoin to worldwide by using Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Youtube and many other tactics with collaboration, enthusiasm and support to each other. When we share our positive thoughts and upcoming events as Dev Vassilis mentioned above our words shall create an image and then exchanges can get the notice that we are an active and optimistic community then they’ll be listed Mooncoin on their exchanges and we’ll be at the moon.

Following are the Exchanges where Mooncoin should list to boost the volume and the Mooncoin Team already forwarded the request to add Mooncoin some of the exchanges already:

1. Bittrex
2. Poloniex
3. Binance
4. Changelly
5. HitBtc[/b][/b][/b]

To meet this goal I already tweet @Changelly to add Mooncoin. You all are requested to like and share this Tweet so that we might get attention from the Exchange.


https://twitter.com/Cryptone_Hodler/status/944180767562829824


HaPpY Xrxmis to EveRy One Specially Dev Vassilis. Appreciating His all efforts for Mooncoin Community! Have a Bless Future
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December 24, 2017, 12:03:20 AM
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I agreee!
- It will be good an hybrid pow pos or Pow/Poi (proof of importance ( activity))
- Combined with a burning plan of the total supply to reducing the mass.
- Then combined to a marketing plan.

• Well (The hard fork stay the priority for now as you said)

- But well after with all this with some invest plan for exemple,
- The new exchanges as mentionned previously, any extra exchange as yobit too are always good, some game using moon too.
- Combined with all the mooners activity shares and ideas, roadmap white paper,

==> We are in the good way, that could make an amazing and surprising project with so much potential to explode to the skyy
And to the Mooonn.

Merry chistmas to all!
• Good work Vassilli Continue like this the result are here Moon look re birthing and shining again!

◘ I Just notice in Bitcoin there is "coin"  Litecoin too Dogecoin too then feathercoin too Mooncoin too
Every crypto with ''coin'' finishing by coin looks having a great success  Cheesy (and more success when its an hold one from the birth of bitcoin)

Mooncoin is very hold and this is demonstrate is strenghtness with age.
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December 24, 2017, 12:47:39 AM
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Withdrawal was from Coinexcange

MOON amount was 1538800.00000000 and fee is 0.10000000

I write to support@coinexchange.io and they send me:

For all support issues please go here:

https://coinexchangeio.freshdesk.com/support/home

and there is no solution for my problem.

After 18 hours I still don't see MOON in my wallet!




Same here would like to know what now?
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December 24, 2017, 12:54:59 AM
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thank you for good words!
Merry Christmas to everyone!

After we finish with fork, i will add features to wallets and to Mooncoin! We need cross-platform "ready to use" wallets, mobile wallet, online wallet, etc.
And also i will start to motivate an inner/outer economy for Mooncoin!
We will see.. just stay tuned! Wink

Mooncoin_Foundation mentioned, that you worked for/with Burstcoin before? Nice movement of price for BURST today, btw. ...
But the reason I'm asking is, that I've seen, that Burstcoin has Proof of Capacity built-in, right? Maybe we could add that to Mooncoin also? A long time ago I proposed in this thread, to add something like Proof of CPU, which would do kind of CPU-staking, based on the CPU you run. So if you have a mainboard with several server-CPU's your stake would be bigger, than with the ARM of a Raspi, for example.
Have you thought about this also? It could result in a kind of hybrid: the ones that have scrypt-ASICs can still mine with them, but all others could mine, respectively stake, also in a reasonable way. The problem with mining scrypt via CPU only is, that you cannot compete with ASICs.
Another option would be a Proof of Capacity based on the installed RAM.

Good afternoon ! I think that it will be a good idea to add something similar with Proof of Capacity, Proof of Stake or another algorithm. But the most important thing now is the hard fork... Smiley
When is the hard fork going to happen? Sorry, if it was answered before. I have the latest wallet though with segwit.

According to GitHub ( https://github.com/mooncoincore/wallet ) the hardfork will happen from block 1250000. We are now at 1178327 ( see https://moonchain.net/chain/Mooncoin or https://chainz.cryptoid.info/moon/ or https://bchain.info/MOON/ ).
The latest binaries can be found here: https://github.com/mooncoincore/wallet/releases
If you want to send coins from your wallet after the hardfork, this can only be done safely with version 0.13.9.

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December 24, 2017, 01:22:07 AM
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thank you for good words!
Merry Christmas to everyone!

After we finish with fork, i will add features to wallets and to Mooncoin! We need cross-platform "ready to use" wallets, mobile wallet, online wallet, etc.
And also i will start to motivate an inner/outer economy for Mooncoin!
We will see.. just stay tuned! Wink

Mooncoin_Foundation mentioned, that you worked for/with Burstcoin before? Nice movement of price for BURST today, btw. ...
But the reason I'm asking is, that I've seen, that Burstcoin has Proof of Capacity built-in, right? Maybe we could add that to Mooncoin also? A long time ago I proposed in this thread, to add something like Proof of CPU, which would do kind of CPU-staking, based on the CPU you run. So if you have a mainboard with several server-CPU's your stake would be bigger, than with the ARM of a Raspi, for example.
Have you thought about this also? It could result in a kind of hybrid: the ones that have scrypt-ASICs can still mine with them, but all others could mine, respectively stake, also in a reasonable way. The problem with mining scrypt via CPU only is, that you cannot compete with ASICs.
Another option would be a Proof of Capacity based on the installed RAM.


Good afternoon ! I think that it will be a good idea to add something similar with Proof of Capacity, Proof of Stake or another algorithm. But the most important thing now is the hard fork... Smiley
When is the hard fork going to happen? Sorry, if it was answered before. I have the latest wallet though with segwit.

According to GitHub ( https://github.com/mooncoincore/wallet ) the hardfork will happen from block 1250000. We are now at 1178327 ( see https://moonchain.net/chain/Mooncoin or https://chainz.cryptoid.info/moon/ or https://bchain.info/MOON/ ).
The latest binaries can be found here: https://github.com/mooncoincore/wallet/releases
If you want to send coins from your wallet after the hardfork, this can only be done safely with version 0.13.9.

Thank you so much. I have mooncore version 0.13.9 Segwit. I am good then. What is the plan after that? We will get a new wallet to transfer the coins or it can stay here? Thanks in advance.

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December 24, 2017, 09:46:12 AM
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I can confirm mooncoin withdrawal at coinexchange.io is not working atm for me. Their tx id is not showing on the moonchain.
Sending coins from bluetrade does confirm within minutes. I'm using the 0.13.9 wallet. Is there anyone that can withdraw moons from coinexchange.io atm?
btw. thanks Vassilis Kritharakis for all your work!
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December 24, 2017, 11:46:24 AM
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I can confirm mooncoin withdrawal at coinexchange.io is not working atm for me. Their tx id is not showing on the moonchain.
Sending coins from bluetrade does confirm within minutes. I'm using the 0.13.9 wallet. Is there anyone that can withdraw moons from coinexchange.io atm?
btw. thanks Vassilis Kritharakis for all your work!

I got a support answer:
I have forwarded this on to the technical support team. Please be patient, they will look into the issue as soon as possible.
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December 24, 2017, 11:51:57 AM
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Don't panic guys!

They sent from the new wallet with low fee the transactions. They will fix this soon! No transaction lost!
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December 24, 2017, 01:18:57 PM
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Don't panic guys!

They sent from the new wallet with low fee the transactions. They will fix this soon! No transaction lost!

Wouldn't it be good, to warn users in the wallets, if they set a too low tx-fee?

Another thing to improve: the built-in miner of the new wallet seems to have "yourwalletaddress" as a placeholder, right? The wallet should warn the user, if he starts mining without overwriting this with a valid Mooncoin-address. Otherwise this placeholder shows up on the P2Pool's  "active miners"- tab and these users won't be rewarded, if a block is found.

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December 24, 2017, 01:35:15 PM
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Don't panic guys!

They sent from the new wallet with low fee the transactions. They will fix this soon! No transaction lost!

Wouldn't it be good, to warn users in the wallets, if they set a too low tx-fee?

Another thing to improve: the built-in miner on the new wallet seems to have "yourwallet"-address as a placeholder, right? The wallet should warn the user, if he does not overwrite this with a valid Mooncoin-address. Otherwise this placeholder shows up on the P2Pool's  "active miners"- tab and the users won't be rewarded if a block is found.

This is the 3nd time or 4th I think, that I said for the fee limits! But those transactions are not from users but from exchanger.

All the instructions I ever gave said to change the address from Miner tab. I understand the problem, but what else i can do? I will add the instructions in github 1st page(README.md).
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December 24, 2017, 02:16:25 PM
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Don't panic guys!

They sent from the new wallet with low fee the transactions. They will fix this soon! No transaction lost!

Wouldn't it be good, to warn users in the wallets, if they set a too low tx-fee?

Another thing to improve: the built-in miner on the new wallet seems to have "yourwallet"-address as a placeholder, right? The wallet should warn the user, if he does not overwrite this with a valid Mooncoin-address. Otherwise this placeholder shows up on the P2Pool's  "active miners"- tab and the users won't be rewarded if a block is found.

This is the 3nd time or 4th I think, that I said for the fee limits! But those transactions are not from users but from exchanger.

All the instructions I ever gave said to change the address from Miner tab. I understand the problem, but what else i can do? I will add the instructions in github 1st page(README.md).

The best would be, if the code checked the settings for the address automatically, before the mining starts. If no valid Mooncoin-address is set, a warning should appear.

Regarding the fees: At the moment no fee should be necessary at all, because of the relatively low tx-volume on the chain. But if the user sets one, the code should check, whether the amount could be a problem. Why is this a problem anyway? Is there a reason in the code for this?

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December 24, 2017, 02:50:43 PM
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It's different way of priority calculation. now matters the amount of inputs, fee compare to amount and difficulty to confirm transaction.
And until will go to fork we will have this issue (because over 100 nodes still have the old wallet)
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December 24, 2017, 03:27:59 PM
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It's different way of priority calculation. now matters the amount of inputs, fee compare to amount and difficulty to confirm transaction.
And until will go to fork we will have this issue (because over 100 nodes still have the old wallet)

OK, so after the fork, when most have updated to wallet version 0.13.9, it will be solved?

Then here the links to the new wallet again: Smiley
https://github.com/mooncoincore/wallet
https://github.com/mooncoincore/wallet/releases

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