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November 18, 2017, 03:49:24 PM
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I suggest doing the paperwallet generator,  Dl'ing the setup, doing it on your computer at 'home'  ie: localhost.

 you can do the paperwallet, (change to Mooncoin )  hit generate, then hit PRINT, immediately.   after printed, (confirm with what you see on screen)

then goto your wallet, and send coins to that address.  (as much as you like/have)
  I split mine up between a few addresses.

  then put the paper away in a safe place.


   (or you can do the Brain wallets) which i assume/think is passphrases?

but eitehr way, send it there, sit on em for a bit.   after the Fork you can then wait for Wallet /exchange updates and load them into your fresh wallet Smiley

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November 18, 2017, 06:30:41 PM
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How to generate Mooncoin addresses and private keys (paper wallets) in a simple and secure way:

1. Go to https://walletgenerator.net.
2. Scroll down the page and you will see the link 'Download (Github Repository)', click it.
3. You will be redirected to the Github page 'MichaelMure/WalletGenerator.net', forked from pointbiz/bitaddress.org.
4. Click 'Clone or download'.
5. Click 'Download ZIP' - the archived file will be downloaded.
6. Transfer this file to the offline secure PC.
7. Unpack the .zip file to the directory 'WalletGenerator.net'.
8. Open the file index.html from the directory 'WalletGenerator.net' with your browser.
9. Click 'MoonCoin'.
10. Move your mouse randomly to be sure that no one else is able to create the same addresses/private keys.
11. Print your paper wallet (your address/private key).
12. Don't send coins to the address before saving/printing its private key.
13. Never disclosure your private key to anyone and never keep your private keys on a PC/phone with an Internet access.

You can also use a 'Brain Wallet' option, it's not recommended though, if your passphrase is weak, it can be brute forced and your private key, linked to this passphrase, can be compromised and coins can be stolen.

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November 18, 2017, 06:52:00 PM
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The mooncoin project seems dead to me, this also reflective on the price. Until I read about a hard fork on this coin.  When will this fork take place?? I know I lost quite a lump sum while trying to move coins to wallet and was never recovered after following all the  procedures. Waited a few months if a good wallet would be developed but it wasn't. Same old procedure same old way to move coins from exchange to wallet. I think I would rather keep the remaining tokens I have on exchanges. I have counted my losses and moved on,  with mooncoin being my worst investments so far, until I saw the hardfork revolutionary move. I wonder if the name is going to stay MOONCOIN

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November 18, 2017, 07:22:27 PM
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I know I lost quite a lump sum while trying to move coins to wallet and was never recovered after following all the  procedures.

Could you post your problem in detail, or PM? Which procedures did you follow?
Everything is very simple: if you have your address and its private key, you can send coins to this address and you have a full control on coins on this address.
It doesn't depend on wallet's versions, forks, exchanges etc.

Edit: The current wallet (0.10.5) works great, your issue is not linked to the version of the wallet.

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November 18, 2017, 07:25:43 PM
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I moved from exchange to wallet without any trouble.

and then from wallet to paper.  small trouble, but was my own fault. (i hit generate new before printing first wallet, lost a few coin) again, totally my fault.

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November 18, 2017, 07:55:43 PM
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Just received a PM from the Mooncoin dev, barrysty1e.
He told he's going to change the fork block number to 1,200,000.
So the fork will be delayed.
It's good, because the new wallet is still raw, and mining questions are unresolved yet,
also any hard fork is difficult (not only an average user, also all exchanges, pools, block explorers, online wallets and services must update the wallet), so better to fork only when you are 100% sure that the new wallet will be adopted and contains significant improvements which will work. And to give enough time to everyone to update.
The community has a chance to discuss what to implement into the new release, before moving to the new wallet.

Mooncoin project http://mooncoin.com 40000+ funded addresses 2,000,000+ transactions. Exchanges: Bleutrade-NovaExchange-Coinexchange. Low inflation with gradual reduce.
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November 18, 2017, 10:58:35 PM
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Just received a PM from the Mooncoin dev, barrysty1e.
He told he's going to change the fork block number to 1,200,000.
So the fork will be delayed.
It's good, because the new wallet is still raw, and mining questions are unresolved yet,
also any hard fork is difficult (not only an average user, also all exchanges, pools, block explorers, online wallets and services must update the wallet), so better to fork only when you are 100% sure that the new wallet will be adopted and contains significant improvements which will work. And to give enough time to everyone to update.
The community has a chance to discuss what to implement into the new release, before moving to the new wallet.

Good afternoon ! I agree with Barry's decision. We need to be ready 100% before the hard fork. Smiley

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November 19, 2017, 12:19:48 AM
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Yes i aggree too • better to delay a bit to delivered a good product • some good Moon  

I have deposit all in the wallet version 0.10.5. I think i'ts good i prefer that to paper. More modern (And save de wallet.dat)
Waiting for the hard fork.

And for some who got the moon in exchange i can tell you the wallet is cool when you are opening it. cool picts.
And if you notice in the wallet opened it's written To the Moon!   Grin

Scream Moon to the Moooooonn! Shocked  We can do it.

• We should definitely do a video about it! And promote our Moon comunity and coin!
 i will do something funny maybe  then i will provide a link

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November 19, 2017, 11:08:56 AM
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Hello maybe i missed it and i know you guys know what you are doing but i am not to techecnical but why are we having hard fork how does it help moon coin sorry for the stupid question
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November 19, 2017, 01:12:36 PM
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Hello maybe i missed it and i know you guys know what you are doing but i am not to techecnical but why are we having hard fork how does it help moon coin sorry for the stupid question

The primary purpose is to let an average user (without experience in mining) mine Mooncoin. That can make the network more decentralised and strong.
The secondary purpose is to provide fast blocks (the target time of 1 block is 90 sec).

Also some other improvements which are:
fast syncronizing from scratch, Segwit, - done,
to reduce mining rewards, to implement MoonWord and SmartLikes directly into the wallet are things to do.

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November 19, 2017, 04:44:43 PM
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hello,

I'm testing paper wallet atm. Sending it to a paper wallet worked good ( al least seems to be Smiley )

Can anyone explain to me how i get the coins back to my normal wallet?

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November 19, 2017, 05:10:57 PM
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hello,

I'm testing paper wallet atm. Sending it to a paper wallet worked good ( al least seems to be Smiley )

Can anyone explain to me how i get the coins back to my normal wallet?




In your desktop wallet go to Debug->Console
there is a command line, input a command:
walletpassphrase XXXXXXXXX 1000  (if the wallet is encrypted)
(1000 is the number in seconds for the period in which Console will let you input commands and will not ask for your password, XXXXXXXXXX is your password),
then input a command:
importprivkey XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
(XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX is your private key)

After that if you yet don't see coins, or the wallet doesn't respond, wait for a couple of minutes, then close your wallet and re-open it.
If there are no coins, make sure that you input a correct private key, and not an address/the password for the wallet after the command importprivkey.
Look at the block explorers to confirm that the address which is linked to the private key, contains coins on its balance.
If nothing else helps, re-run your wallet with a -rescan parameter and let it fully sync.
All coins which are on your address (linked to a private key, which you imported) will appear on your balance.

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November 19, 2017, 05:27:45 PM
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Dang beat me to it Smiley

 one thing, if your wallet is NOT encrypted, i assume you dont have to put that first part, and just the importprivkey ?


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November 19, 2017, 05:29:07 PM
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hello,

I'm testing paper wallet atm. Sending it to a paper wallet worked good ( al least seems to be Smiley )

Can anyone explain to me how i get the coins back to my normal wallet?




In your desktop wallet go to Debug->Console
there is a command line, input a command:
walletpassphrase XXXXXXXXX 1000  (if the wallet is encrypted)
(1000 is the number in seconds for the period in which Console will let you input commands and will not ask for your password, XXXXXXXXXX is your password),
then input a command:
importprivkey XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
(XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX is your private key)

After that if you yet don't see coins, or the wallet doesn't respond, wait for a couple of minutes, then close your wallet and re-open it.
If there are no coins, make sure that you input a correct private key, and not an address/the password for the wallet after the command importprivkey.
Look at the block explorers to confirm that the address which is linked to the private key, contains coins on its balance.
If nothing else helps, re-run your wallet with a -rescan parameter and let it fully sync.
All coins which are on your address (linked to a private key, which you imported) will appear on your balance.


thx worked correctly. restarting wallet was the problem it seems Smiley

thx
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November 19, 2017, 05:39:59 PM
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Dang beat me to it Smiley

 one thing, if your wallet is NOT encrypted, i assume you dont have to put that first part, and just the importprivkey ?



Correct,
though, if your wallet is not encrypted with a strong (12+ symbols with lower- and upper- case letters) password, your coins are not safe in the wallet.
The wallet can be seen as an addresses-private keys collection (kept in wallet.dat), if you import your private key to the wallet, or just create a new address with a wallet to send coins to this address, the wallet knows the private key, if the wallet is not protected with a strong password it's like keeping your private keys on a PC/phone with an Internet access, which means that intruders can steal your keys/coins, if they get an access to your machine.

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November 19, 2017, 05:46:40 PM
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True. but if there is 0 coins on it to start,

then you import the coins, then encrypt it, would that work ok?

Havent dont much encryption stuff with wallets.  I encrypt the hd of my computers instead. (easier to me lol)


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November 19, 2017, 06:11:07 PM
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True. but if there is 0 coins on it to start,

then you import the coins, then encrypt it, would that work ok?

Havent dont much encryption stuff with wallets.  I encrypt the hd of my computers instead. (easier to me lol)



It's recommended to encrypt the wallet first, and only after that to create addresses and send coins to them.
Even if your address contains 0 coins, the private key for the address exists and will not change, if you transfer coins to the address,
and if the private key is compromised (which means that you suppose that other people might know it), you have to send all coins from this address and never re-use this address in future.
However, even if you encrypted your wallet before creating addresses, sending coins or importing private keys to the wallet,
or encrypted your hard drive, you are not 100% safe. A rootkit/keylogger (not detected by your antivirus soft) can steal all your passwords (no matter how strong they are), then your wallet.dat with all your coins can be stolen, a keylogger can steal a password to your e-mail, and a login/password which you use if you keep your coins at exchanges. If you keep your coins at exchanges, you have to use 2FA both for an exchange and for your e-mail, unfortunately even that will not protect you against potential issues with an exchange. A lot of users lost their Mooncoins at Cryptsy, which was the biggest Altcoin exchange in 2015.
That's why paper wallets, generated on a secure offline machine are the safest known solution to keep coins.
Edit (thanks to giantkin): you may want also to use a keystroke-encrypting app on your computer to thwart keylogging threats.
Anyway your desktop wallet should be encrypted with a strong password.

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November 19, 2017, 07:39:45 PM
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im one of those weirdo's thats used a keylog scrambler... lol.


 

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how to remove from a paper wallet
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