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Author Topic: [MOON] Mooncoin 🌙 51285 funded addresses. 2,162,799 txs. 5 block explorers  (Read 285034 times)
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February 12, 2018, 05:20:01 PM
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On which version of the wallet has this message appeared?

I just successfully synchronized "v0.13.9.0-b257fcdsegwit (64-bit)" and it downloaded the blocks for two weeks without any message.
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February 12, 2018, 05:28:02 PM
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Opened up my wallet for the first time in a few weeks and saw this "Warning: Unknown block versions being mined! It's possible unknown rules are in effect"....

Read through this forum to get caught up hoping I'd see something about this and I didn't. Also thought maybe the fork happened but that doesn't appear to be the case either. Anyone have any info on this?

I have no info about this, but that same thing happened to me.

Just opened my wallet, it was 7 days behind and synced with no errors. Are you sure you have the right wallet version  Mooncoin Core v0.13.9.0-b257fcdsegwit
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February 12, 2018, 05:32:13 PM
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Opened up my wallet for the first time in a few weeks and saw this "Warning: Unknown block versions being mined! It's possible unknown rules are in effect"....

Read through this forum to get caught up hoping I'd see something about this and I didn't. Also thought maybe the fork happened but that doesn't appear to be the case either. Anyone have any info on this?

I have no info about this, but that same thing happened to me.

Just opened my wallet, it was 7 days behind and synced with no errors. Are you sure you have the right wallet version  Mooncoin Core v0.13.9.0-b257fcdsegwit


I had no problem syncing, it just has that warning message across the top. using wallet - Mooncoin Core version v0.13.9.0-0ef57fc-segwit (64-bit)

PS. I closed the wallet down and reopened it and the warning message is gone.
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February 12, 2018, 06:13:57 PM
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Opened up my wallet for the first time in a few weeks and saw this "Warning: Unknown block versions being mined! It's possible unknown rules are in effect"....

Read through this forum to get caught up hoping I'd see something about this and I didn't. Also thought maybe the fork happened but that doesn't appear to be the case either. Anyone have any info on this?

I have no info about this, but that same thing happened to me.

Just opened my wallet, it was 7 days behind and synced with no errors. Are you sure you have the right wallet version  Mooncoin Core v0.13.9.0-b257fcdsegwit


I had no problem syncing, it just has that warning message across the top. using wallet - Mooncoin Core version v0.13.9.0-0ef57fc-segwit (64-bit)


I'm not an expert but it has to do with the segwit activation by miners. I found this: "That is leftover from when miners had started signalling for BIP 91, which sets bit 4 in version numbers. When BIP 91 activates, it will force miners to set bit 1 (which then indirectly will cause activation of BIP 141 SegWit). So check the nodes around you manually maybe.

No software release has implemented BIP 91, as a result, it warns because it sees an unknown feature rollout with significant support from miners."

If you google the warning you will find some explanations.

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February 12, 2018, 09:11:21 PM
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Opened up my wallet for the first time in a few weeks and saw this "Warning: Unknown block versions being mined! It's possible unknown rules are in effect"....

Read through this forum to get caught up hoping I'd see something about this and I didn't. Also thought maybe the fork happened but that doesn't appear to be the case either. Anyone have any info on this?

I have no info about this, but that same thing happened to me.

Just opened my wallet, it was 7 days behind and synced with no errors. Are you sure you have the right wallet version  Mooncoin Core v0.13.9.0-b257fcdsegwit


I had no problem syncing, it just has that warning message across the top. using wallet - Mooncoin Core version v0.13.9.0-0ef57fc-segwit (64-bit)


I'm not an expert but it has to do with the segwit activation by miners. I found this: "That is leftover from when miners had started signalling for BIP 91, which sets bit 4 in version numbers. When BIP 91 activates, it will force miners to set bit 1 (which then indirectly will cause activation of BIP 141 SegWit). So check the nodes around you manually maybe.

No software release has implemented BIP 91, as a result, it warns because it sees an unknown feature rollout with significant support from miners."

If you google the warning you will find some explanations.



It would be nice we had an active dev around here helping with these kind of questions. Wow I am quoting myself  Grin Grin Grin
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February 13, 2018, 11:43:05 AM
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Perhaps I'm confused  😕. We are only burning the stolen coins, right? There have been some posts that looked like users needed to sound off if they don't want their own coins burned.... I like my 🌙 Coins.... Just burn the cryptsy coins. Mine were bought legit on coinexchange

Heard alot of bad things about coinexchange site myself.
   Mostly about withdrawal of coins.

  any issues withdrawing mooncoin?


Still coinexchange does not return my mooncoins or provide any info!
DO NOT RISK YOUR MONEY THERE WITH THEM SCAMMERS!

same problem
i have sent 9m mooncoin from coinexchange on 23 DECEMBER but not received yet and not find Transactions id on Mooncoin Explorer.

and same problem here.. close to 1 month and a half and they have not fixed my my withdrawal issue. They closed my ticket twice then stopped responding

that´s always the problem with small exchanges. But to be honest it also takes years on bigger ones too


well it´s okay that some things need some time, But this COINEXCHANGE.io is the Worst!

Still were almost 2  months further and they ignore the hell out of yah!
their support is worthless because they do not care if you fricking loose your money!





mate you can repair your wallet wit this mooincoinwallet.exe -zapwallettxes 

first close your wallet go to command window as administrator then go to folder of your wallet then fire it up with this :   yourmooincoinwallet.exe -zapwallettxes  your wallet startsup and repairing your transactions your mooncoins should be in there again !!



coinexchange.io has the coins so how could the mooncoin wallet be of any help=?
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February 13, 2018, 01:56:22 PM
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Did you try it?  heck maybe it'll work from your end.


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February 13, 2018, 02:06:05 PM
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Did you try it?  heck maybe it'll work from your end.



how should i do that then because i bought those coins at bluetrade and send them to coinexchange .
when i wanted to send them back to bluetrade they never showed up!

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February 13, 2018, 02:08:35 PM
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ah,  (i thought you were sending it from exchange to wallet.)
  it probably wouldnt have worked anyhow, probably only from sender.

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February 13, 2018, 02:11:16 PM
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ah,  (i thought you were sending it from exchange to wallet.)
  it probably wouldnt have worked anyhow, probably only from sender.


Nope those Fricking SCAMMERS at Coinexchange have them!
All they do ignore, misinform,block Your gateway of communication!
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February 13, 2018, 02:44:12 PM
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depressing, from millions traded per day to today's 24 hour volume of 50k.  From 9  sats back down to 1 sats. Huh

Well that´s how P&D works. Their sure will be a next cycle, but to sustain value, there needs to be more

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February 13, 2018, 02:49:13 PM
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Did you try it?  heck maybe it'll work from your end.



how should i do that then because i bought those coins at bluetrade and send them to coinexchange .
when i wanted to send them back to bluetrade they never showed up!



Can't it just be a mistake while copying the address? they might be in someone else's wallet with similar address? Don't kick me in the face I don't know the full story here. I could be wrong but sending from one exhange to another is IMO very sketchy because you are not in control of your money. Its better to transfer the coins to your wallet and then to another exchange.
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February 13, 2018, 02:57:31 PM
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back down to sub 1 satoshi, missing dev gone with 62 billion mooncoin in his pockets.
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February 13, 2018, 03:35:03 PM
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ah,  (i thought you were sending it from exchange to wallet.)
  it probably wouldnt have worked anyhow, probably only from sender.


Nope those Fricking SCAMMERS at Coinexchange have them!
All they do ignore, misinform,block Your gateway of communication!

I opened this ticket #70688 Mooncoin

Xxxxxx ha segnalato 23 minuti fa
Time   Coin   Amount   Fee   Receiving Address / txid   Status 2018-02-13 14:42:49   MOON 1000000.00000000   0.10000000   2Q8Bh9LBiYG2eWat8JET5RRBD8MmKrixRp 647b8f1d68fbc97d5862073dee1dd2f279d381be3ea25615a2a21a8e9751e141   Completed

This transaction not in Blockchain
And now my withdrawal is ok.

https://bchain.info/MOON/addr/2Q8Bh9LBiYG2eWat8JET5RRBD8MmKrixRp

Mooncoin Community Bitcointalk Fund address : 2PPCns8TpTpPnszNHXJ79ANnjcwtrrkEiD
Web wallet : https://cointopay.com , Mooncoin web : http://mooncoin.com |
http://twitter.com/mooncoinitalia , https://www.facebook.com/mooncoin.italia/
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February 13, 2018, 07:42:13 PM
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Hi everyone.

Is the burn going ahead?

I have read and re-read through this timeline so many times and in all honesty we should do the burn. We are stuck as a community and our coin is stuck and it has so much potential. This is just a speed bump and we need to let go and move forward now. If we can’t do that we might as well sell our coins because this project will then be over.

I want Moon coin to move forward now. So as a community member I give permission for the coins to be burned.

Vote for burn: 1 signed (Wesley)
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February 13, 2018, 07:46:00 PM
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I believe the 14th was the day that was set from the past few pages. Would be nice to hear a confirmation though...
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February 13, 2018, 08:20:52 PM
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I tried to build a burn address, I simply took a valid address and replaced a letter, but it is not valid. I'm not a dev, but I think the problem is related to
OP_RETURN output..?  Huh
Again i ask the whole community to create a burn address transparently, it can help us barrystile, poliforal, gihiggins, Titan, mebagger, but it is better an independent dev to avoid unnecessary and annoying attacks and suspicions.

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February 13, 2018, 11:25:47 PM
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Burn address: MXCryptoLifeDotNetBurnAddrXXY9SEys

Links behind this address:
https://dev.cryptolife.net/trusted-burn-addresses/
https://twitter.com/masternodecoin/status/914428140516081664
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1182082.0    (Quote from this topic: "But you're right, let me modify my post to say that there is a 1 / 2^128 chance that these address are spendable.")

Testing of the address on this site: http://lenschulwitz.com/base58 says "Bitcoin address is valid.  Address type: 'Abnormal'."

Testing of sending 1 Mooncoin to this address via the wallet "v0.13.9.0-b257fcdsegwit (64-bit)" resulted in currently 10 confirmations (https://chainz.cryptoid.info/moon/address.dws?MXCryptoLifeDotNetBurnAddrXXY9SEys.htm). - 6 are needed for green "OK" in wallet.

So if it was OK for MTNC (currently cca. 580 BTC market cap) I believe it is good for MOON (currently cca. 3700 BTC market cap) too.
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February 13, 2018, 11:53:31 PM
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depressing, from millions traded per day to today's 24 hour volume of 50k.  From 9  sats back down to 1 sats. Huh

Well that´s how P&D works. Their sure will be a next cycle, but to sustain value, there needs to be more

I lost hope in this coin , missing  dev, stolen coins.  Barrystle dumped his coins that corrupt person.
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February 14, 2018, 01:06:40 AM
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Hi,

So I found this script (https://gist.github.com/CoinWhisperer/6d673f1f3d13da1611cd) burn-btc.py. It takes a seed and template address to build a hash that passes the sha256 tests.

As I understand it, the script works backward from the bottom of the chart in this post (https://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/questions/32353/how-do-i-check-the-checksum-of-a-bitcoin-address) one step and then builds the last step in a way that will validate. So the private key is not known.

I ran the script with this seed:
./burn-btc.py MCryptsyBurnLockedForeverxxxxdmvPw

It generated this address that passes validation: MCryptsyBurnLockedForeverxxxuuKxx9

A coin has also been sent there, but I'm still waiting to see if it confirms. Let me know what you think.
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