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March 17, 2017, 02:06:12 PM
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hi i got the wallet and installed it. now i cant recall how to add the nodes. lol
also how do i go about splitting up my inputs into small sizes?
im also asking the dev team at posw to see if they would add your coin.
THanks for the advice,
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Hello quotient community,
I read through all posts old and new and am proud to be a member of this forum. I have plans on investing in coin and getting my POS wallet working. Awesome work so far. Smiley
Have a great day,

Brazilman37BTC
Welcome, hope you enjoy your stay.
As mentioned before a tip to stake most is to split up your inputs in very small sizes to try avoiding hitting the 16.18 max stake.
If you need any help or any questions, do not be afraid of posting them!
Happy staking!

IW

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March 17, 2017, 06:02:10 PM
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Great to see a new thread!

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March 17, 2017, 06:48:14 PM
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hi i got the wallet and installed it. now i cant recall how to add the nodes. lol

If its windows, go to quotient's appdata (open a windows file browser like documents, and type "%appdata%/quotient" in the address bar, then make/edit a Quotient.conf file, these are my nodes, but I think there is a link of active nodes on the site somewhere.

Code:
server=1
listen=1
rpcuser=user
rpcpassword=pass
addnode=51.6.104.114
addnode=78.57.176.85
addnode=79.168.208.213
addnode=69.145.132.251
addnode=138.201.173.214
addnode=139.195.80.45
addnode=71.94.84.105
addnode=50.34.139.49
addnode=88.27.71.223
addnode=64.34.149.39
addnode=139.195.75.187
addnode=96.20.117.149
addnode=97.120.95.1
addnode=109.89.155.161
addnode=173.48.167.209
addnode=119.94.121.229
addnode=68.145.34.80
addnode=101.191.103.20
addnode=172.250.134.104
addnode=71.94.84.105
addnode=188.26.187.197
addnode=97.120.192.237

10 active right now for me.
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March 17, 2017, 07:03:46 PM
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Thank you so much for that intel.
i am up and running and will be all set soon. Smiley

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hi i got the wallet and installed it. now i cant recall how to add the nodes. lol

If its windows, go to quotient's appdata (open a windows file browser like documents, and type "%appdata%/quotient" in the address bar, then make/edit a Quotient.conf file, these are my nodes, but I think there is a link of active nodes on the site somewhere.

Code:
server=1
listen=1
rpcuser=user
rpcpassword=pass
addnode=51.6.104.114
addnode=78.57.176.85
addnode=79.168.208.213
addnode=69.145.132.251
addnode=138.201.173.214
addnode=139.195.80.45
addnode=71.94.84.105
addnode=50.34.139.49
addnode=88.27.71.223
addnode=64.34.149.39
addnode=139.195.75.187
addnode=96.20.117.149
addnode=97.120.95.1
addnode=109.89.155.161
addnode=173.48.167.209
addnode=119.94.121.229
addnode=68.145.34.80
addnode=101.191.103.20
addnode=172.250.134.104
addnode=71.94.84.105
addnode=188.26.187.197
addnode=97.120.192.237

10 active right now for me.

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March 17, 2017, 07:20:28 PM
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hi i got the wallet and installed it. now i cant recall how to add the nodes. lol
also how do i go about splitting up my inputs into small sizes?
im also asking the dev team at posw to see if they would add your coin.
THanks for the advice,
Brazilman37BTC

Hello quotient community,
I read through all posts old and new and am proud to be a member of this forum. I have plans on investing in coin and getting my POS wallet working. Awesome work so far. Smiley
Have a great day,

Brazilman37BTC
Welcome, hope you enjoy your stay.
As mentioned before a tip to stake most is to split up your inputs in very small sizes to try avoiding hitting the 16.18 max stake.
If you need any help or any questions, do not be afraid of posting them!
Happy staking!

IW
You need to activate the feature coin controll in option tab.
Then choose send, now you have a new box named inputs in send menu.
When you click on that you are able to choose the inputs you want to split up.
Choose the input with smallest amounts of confirmations, and send it to yourself using the custom changeaddress option to be the same as your main staking address.
This way you "split" your input to two inputs.

Another way without using the custom change address option is to choose the input with smallest amounts of confirmation, and send the amount you want your inputs to be sized at to your main staking addy.
The remaining of that block will go to a "change" address in your wallet, where you can select it again and continue splitting until you have reached your target.

A automatic way, which however takes longer time is to set the desired block size in the option meny "staking" tab.
Now your wallet will automatic split all stakes larger than your desired target.

If this is confusing, tell me where you are stuck and i will help you out further..

IW

Quotient- Closed loop economy enviroment experiment
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1195335.0
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March 17, 2017, 07:20:58 PM
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 Smiley Happy staking!
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March 17, 2017, 08:30:53 PM
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i must be using a diff ver. i didnt see anything about coin control in the option tab.
how many coins should i start with minimum?

hi i got the wallet and installed it. now i cant recall how to add the nodes. lol
also how do i go about splitting up my inputs into small sizes?
im also asking the dev team at posw to see if they would add your coin.
THanks for the advice,
Brazilman37BTC

Hello quotient community,
I read through all posts old and new and am proud to be a member of this forum. I have plans on investing in coin and getting my POS wallet working. Awesome work so far. Smiley
Have a great day,

Brazilman37BTC
Welcome, hope you enjoy your stay.
As mentioned before a tip to stake most is to split up your inputs in very small sizes to try avoiding hitting the 16.18 max stake.
If you need any help or any questions, do not be afraid of posting them!
Happy staking!

IW
You need to activate the feature coin controll in option tab.
Then choose send, now you have a new box named inputs in send menu.
When you click on that you are able to choose the inputs you want to split up.
Choose the input with smallest amounts of confirmations, and send it to yourself using the custom changeaddress option to be the same as your main staking address.
This way you "split" your input to two inputs.

Another way without using the custom change address option is to choose the input with smallest amounts of confirmation, and send the amount you want your inputs to be sized at to your main staking addy.
The remaining of that block will go to a "change" address in your wallet, where you can select it again and continue splitting until you have reached your target.

A automatic way, which however takes longer time is to set the desired block size in the option meny "staking" tab.
Now your wallet will automatic split all stakes larger than your desired target.

If this is confusing, tell me where you are stuck and i will help you out further..

IW

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March 17, 2017, 09:13:05 PM
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i must be using a diff ver. i didnt see anything about coin control in the option tab.
how many coins should i start with minimum?

hi i got the wallet and installed it. now i cant recall how to add the nodes. lol
also how do i go about splitting up my inputs into small sizes?
im also asking the dev team at posw to see if they would add your coin.
THanks for the advice,
Brazilman37BTC

Hello quotient community,
I read through all posts old and new and am proud to be a member of this forum. I have plans on investing in coin and getting my POS wallet working. Awesome work so far. Smiley
Have a great day,

Brazilman37BTC
Welcome, hope you enjoy your stay.
As mentioned before a tip to stake most is to split up your inputs in very small sizes to try avoiding hitting the 16.18 max stake.
If you need any help or any questions, do not be afraid of posting them!
Happy staking!

IW
You need to activate the feature coin controll in option tab.
Then choose send, now you have a new box named inputs in send menu.
When you click on that you are able to choose the inputs you want to split up.
Choose the input with smallest amounts of confirmations, and send it to yourself using the custom changeaddress option to be the same as your main staking address.
This way you "split" your input to two inputs.

Another way without using the custom change address option is to choose the input with smallest amounts of confirmation, and send the amount you want your inputs to be sized at to your main staking addy.
The remaining of that block will go to a "change" address in your wallet, where you can select it again and continue splitting until you have reached your target.

A automatic way, which however takes longer time is to set the desired block size in the option meny "staking" tab.
Now your wallet will automatic split all stakes larger than your desired target.

If this is confusing, tell me where you are stuck and i will help you out further..

IW
Options-advanced-enable coin control

IW

Quotient- Closed loop economy enviroment experiment
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1195335.0
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March 17, 2017, 09:27:50 PM
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in the settings tab under options all i see is main, network, window, display, staking nowhere do i see advanced.  Huh

i must be using a diff ver. i didnt see anything about coin control in the option tab.
how many coins should i start with minimum?

hi i got the wallet and installed it. now i cant recall how to add the nodes. lol
also how do i go about splitting up my inputs into small sizes?
im also asking the dev team at posw to see if they would add your coin.
THanks for the advice,
Brazilman37BTC

Hello quotient community,
I read through all posts old and new and am proud to be a member of this forum. I have plans on investing in coin and getting my POS wallet working. Awesome work so far. Smiley
Have a great day,

Brazilman37BTC
Welcome, hope you enjoy your stay.
As mentioned before a tip to stake most is to split up your inputs in very small sizes to try avoiding hitting the 16.18 max stake.
If you need any help or any questions, do not be afraid of posting them!
Happy staking!

IW
You need to activate the feature coin controll in option tab.
Then choose send, now you have a new box named inputs in send menu.
When you click on that you are able to choose the inputs you want to split up.
Choose the input with smallest amounts of confirmations, and send it to yourself using the custom changeaddress option to be the same as your main staking address.
This way you "split" your input to two inputs.

Another way without using the custom change address option is to choose the input with smallest amounts of confirmation, and send the amount you want your inputs to be sized at to your main staking addy.
The remaining of that block will go to a "change" address in your wallet, where you can select it again and continue splitting until you have reached your target.

A automatic way, which however takes longer time is to set the desired block size in the option meny "staking" tab.
Now your wallet will automatic split all stakes larger than your desired target.

If this is confusing, tell me where you are stuck and i will help you out further..

IW
Options-advanced-enable coin control

IW

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March 18, 2017, 06:50:48 AM
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in the settings tab under options all i see is main, network, window, display, staking nowhere do i see advanced.  Huh


I just found it myself. Go to settings, and under "display" it is at the bottom. check "display coin control features (experts only!)". Then go to your Send tab in your wallet, and the "inputs" box will appear at the top.

I found this older post by someone in the first thread that just guided me through it, if it helps.

Quote from: Izador
To split coin blocks, you need to enable the coin control features (wallet > settings > options > display > display coin control features). Then select one block at a time, and send it to yourself, adding your (same) address as the 'custom change address'.

So say you start by selecting a 1000 XQN block. You then send yourself a transaction of 500 XQN, but specifying the change address as your own as well. Once you hit send, you will be splitting that 1000 XQN block into 2x 500, a primary transaction, plus change, back to your original address.

So basically from your Send tab, click "inputs", open the tree and select one of the blocks you want to split, click OK. Get your main staking address, check the box "custom change address", put your address there. Then also put your address in the "Pay to" and fill in the amount that you want to split, for the block you selected. Repeat this until you have split to your liking.

Atleast that's how I think to do it, I just did for the first time.

Thanks IW for getting me on the right track  Smiley
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March 18, 2017, 12:37:28 PM
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You can vote to add XQN to Poswallet.com

https://poswallet.com/addcoin.php
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March 18, 2017, 01:42:33 PM
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thx for that i had already submitted the coin under the free section because i dont have that kind of posw coin to expedite things. lol lotsof people looking for this type of coin. I know it will go far there and maybe even bypass all the rest in performance.
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You can vote to add XQN to Poswallet.com

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March 18, 2017, 01:44:12 PM
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Awesome,
thank you so much for this. Smiley
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in the settings tab under options all i see is main, network, window, display, staking nowhere do i see advanced.  Huh


I just found it myself. Go to settings, and under "display" it is at the bottom. check "display coin control features (experts only!)". Then go to your Send tab in your wallet, and the "inputs" box will appear at the top.

I found this older post by someone in the first thread that just guided me through it, if it helps.

Quote from: Izador
To split coin blocks, you need to enable the coin control features (wallet > settings > options > display > display coin control features). Then select one block at a time, and send it to yourself, adding your (same) address as the 'custom change address'.

So say you start by selecting a 1000 XQN block. You then send yourself a transaction of 500 XQN, but specifying the change address as your own as well. Once you hit send, you will be splitting that 1000 XQN block into 2x 500, a primary transaction, plus change, back to your original address.

So basically from your Send tab, click "inputs", open the tree and select one of the blocks you want to split, click OK. Get your main staking address, check the box "custom change address", put your address there. Then also put your address in the "Pay to" and fill in the amount that you want to split, for the block you selected. Repeat this until you have split to your liking.

Atleast that's how I think to do it, I just did for the first time.

Thanks IW for getting me on the right track  Smiley

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March 19, 2017, 10:45:04 AM
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in the settings tab under options all i see is main, network, window, display, staking nowhere do i see advanced.  Huh

i must be using a diff ver. i didnt see anything about coin control in the option tab.
how many coins should i start with minimum?

hi i got the wallet and installed it. now i cant recall how to add the nodes. lol
also how do i go about splitting up my inputs into small sizes?
im also asking the dev team at posw to see if they would add your coin.
THanks for the advice,
Brazilman37BTC

Hello quotient community,
I read through all posts old and new and am proud to be a member of this forum. I have plans on investing in coin and getting my POS wallet working. Awesome work so far. Smiley
Have a great day,

Brazilman37BTC
Welcome, hope you enjoy your stay.
As mentioned before a tip to stake most is to split up your inputs in very small sizes to try avoiding hitting the 16.18 max stake.
If you need any help or any questions, do not be afraid of posting them!
Happy staking!

IW
You need to activate the feature coin controll in option tab.
Then choose send, now you have a new box named inputs in send menu.
When you click on that you are able to choose the inputs you want to split up.
Choose the input with smallest amounts of confirmations, and send it to yourself using the custom changeaddress option to be the same as your main staking address.
This way you "split" your input to two inputs.

Another way without using the custom change address option is to choose the input with smallest amounts of confirmation, and send the amount you want your inputs to be sized at to your main staking addy.
The remaining of that block will go to a "change" address in your wallet, where you can select it again and continue splitting until you have reached your target.

A automatic way, which however takes longer time is to set the desired block size in the option meny "staking" tab.
Now your wallet will automatic split all stakes larger than your desired target.

If this is confusing, tell me where you are stuck and i will help you out further..

IW
Options-advanced-enable coin control

IW
My apology as my memory was wrong on where it was!
Luckily, it seem you managed to find it anyway,and are on your way to max your stakes.
If you have the option auto optimize checked, the wallet will keep the inputs at your desired size and not combine them.

Happy staking!

IW

Quotient- Closed loop economy enviroment experiment
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1195335.0
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March 19, 2017, 11:32:03 AM
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ok thanks i plan on investing steadily into this coin.
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in the settings tab under options all i see is main, network, window, display, staking nowhere do i see advanced.  Huh

i must be using a diff ver. i didnt see anything about coin control in the option tab.
how many coins should i start with minimum?

hi i got the wallet and installed it. now i cant recall how to add the nodes. lol
also how do i go about splitting up my inputs into small sizes?
im also asking the dev team at posw to see if they would add your coin.
THanks for the advice,
Brazilman37BTC

Hello quotient community,
I read through all posts old and new and am proud to be a member of this forum. I have plans on investing in coin and getting my POS wallet working. Awesome work so far. Smiley
Have a great day,

Brazilman37BTC
Welcome, hope you enjoy your stay.
As mentioned before a tip to stake most is to split up your inputs in very small sizes to try avoiding hitting the 16.18 max stake.
If you need any help or any questions, do not be afraid of posting them!
Happy staking!

IW
You need to activate the feature coin controll in option tab.
Then choose send, now you have a new box named inputs in send menu.
When you click on that you are able to choose the inputs you want to split up.
Choose the input with smallest amounts of confirmations, and send it to yourself using the custom changeaddress option to be the same as your main staking address.
This way you "split" your input to two inputs.

Another way without using the custom change address option is to choose the input with smallest amounts of confirmation, and send the amount you want your inputs to be sized at to your main staking addy.
The remaining of that block will go to a "change" address in your wallet, where you can select it again and continue splitting until you have reached your target.

A automatic way, which however takes longer time is to set the desired block size in the option meny "staking" tab.
Now your wallet will automatic split all stakes larger than your desired target.

If this is confusing, tell me where you are stuck and i will help you out further..

IW
Options-advanced-enable coin control

IW
My apology as my memory was wrong on where it was!
Luckily, it seem you managed to find it anyway,and are on your way to max your stakes.
If you have the option auto optimize checked, the wallet will keep the inputs at your desired size and not combine them.

Happy staking!

IW

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March 19, 2017, 02:09:33 PM
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Thank you for your support, enjoy your stay.

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ok thanks i plan on investing steadily into this coin.
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in the settings tab under options all i see is main, network, window, display, staking nowhere do i see advanced.  Huh

i must be using a diff ver. i didnt see anything about coin control in the option tab.
how many coins should i start with minimum?

hi i got the wallet and installed it. now i cant recall how to add the nodes. lol
also how do i go about splitting up my inputs into small sizes?
im also asking the dev team at posw to see if they would add your coin.
THanks for the advice,
Brazilman37BTC

Hello quotient community,
I read through all posts old and new and am proud to be a member of this forum. I have plans on investing in coin and getting my POS wallet working. Awesome work so far. Smiley
Have a great day,

Brazilman37BTC
Welcome, hope you enjoy your stay.
As mentioned before a tip to stake most is to split up your inputs in very small sizes to try avoiding hitting the 16.18 max stake.
If you need any help or any questions, do not be afraid of posting them!
Happy staking!

IW
You need to activate the feature coin controll in option tab.
Then choose send, now you have a new box named inputs in send menu.
When you click on that you are able to choose the inputs you want to split up.
Choose the input with smallest amounts of confirmations, and send it to yourself using the custom changeaddress option to be the same as your main staking address.
This way you "split" your input to two inputs.

Another way without using the custom change address option is to choose the input with smallest amounts of confirmation, and send the amount you want your inputs to be sized at to your main staking addy.
The remaining of that block will go to a "change" address in your wallet, where you can select it again and continue splitting until you have reached your target.

A automatic way, which however takes longer time is to set the desired block size in the option meny "staking" tab.
Now your wallet will automatic split all stakes larger than your desired target.

If this is confusing, tell me where you are stuck and i will help you out further..

IW
Options-advanced-enable coin control

IW
My apology as my memory was wrong on where it was!
Luckily, it seem you managed to find it anyway,and are on your way to max your stakes.
If you have the option auto optimize checked, the wallet will keep the inputs at your desired size and not combine them.

Happy staking!

IW

Quotient- Closed loop economy enviroment experiment
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1195335.0
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I would like to make a move on getting us on Cryptopia as i am not very comfortable with being only on yobit.
Cryptopia is a rising exchange and could do us well in many ways.
The cost to get listed is about 0.2-0.3 btc.
Is there any interest from the community to contribute to getting us listed?

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I would like to make a move on getting us on Cryptopia as i am not very comfortable with being only on yobit.
Cryptopia is a rising exchange and could do us well in many ways.
The cost to get listed is about 0.2-0.3 btc.
Is there any interest from the community to contribute to getting us listed?

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This was the plan yes.
Can't wait to have that meeting with you!
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 #119

I would like to make a move on getting us on Cryptopia as i am not very comfortable with being only on yobit.
Cryptopia is a rising exchange and could do us well in many ways.
The cost to get listed is about 0.2-0.3 btc.
Is there any interest from the community to contribute to getting us listed?

IW

This was the plan yes.
Can't wait to have that meeting with you!
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MikeMike

As I promised from before. I will donate 100k of XQN for the development of the project. Please setup an address for it. It's up to the development team on how to use it for.

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March 20, 2017, 02:48:49 PM
 #120

I would like to make a move on getting us on Cryptopia as i am not very comfortable with being only on yobit.
Cryptopia is a rising exchange and could do us well in many ways.
The cost to get listed is about 0.2-0.3 btc.
Is there any interest from the community to contribute to getting us listed?

IW

This was the plan yes.
Can't wait to have that meeting with you!
 Smiley

MikeMike

As I promised from before. I will donate 100k of XQN for the development of the project. Please setup an address for it. It's up to the development team on how to use it for.

Very much appreciate your generosity BTC.
 Smiley
The Team members should take the lead, I too will donate at least 300-600k as well as others on the Team promised.
I could consider an offer to match the top amount donated towards development.
When the time is right we will release a preliminary roadmap so we have been holding off on the contributions.
IW and I had a meeting last night, I sent him the XQN 2.0 doc and we have another one scheduled for today.
Once we figure all this out the Team should meet on the final proposed roadmap.


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