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October 20, 2018, 05:59:07 PM
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When is the move from slack to discord penciled in?
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October 20, 2018, 06:50:42 PM
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https://coinhub.news has just published an article regarding Helium and our plans for the future:

https://coinhub.news/cs/article/helium-decentralized-currency-and-service-platform-for-enterprise-business

On behalf of the Helium community I'd like to thank the Kreds project for making this possible. They've been following Helium closely and were kind enough to give us this exposure.
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October 20, 2018, 08:41:28 PM
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It seems like the Helium project is about to grow. The price is rising over 150 percent in the last 24 hours, but the trading volume is still very low. I think Helium needs a bigger exchange.

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October 20, 2018, 11:05:34 PM
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It seems like the Helium project is about to grow. The price is rising over 150 percent in the last 24 hours, but the trading volume is still very low. I think Helium needs a bigger exchange.

LMAO - Let's enjoy the couple we JUST got on before exclaiming we need another exchange!

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October 21, 2018, 04:36:52 PM
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It seems like the Helium project is about to grow. The price is rising over 150 percent in the last 24 hours, but the trading volume is still very low. I think Helium needs a bigger exchange.
The price is really good, in such a weak market. Unfortunately, I did not have time to purchase the required amount for a node, for 350$. Cry I hope that this is not yet a rocket, and that HELIUM will give me the opportunity.
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October 22, 2018, 01:06:53 AM
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I'm quite confused - is this project associated with https://www.helium.com/ ?  Must admit, it is a clever idea. Looks like it is a token rather than a coin not yet launched?
Are they concerned there is already a 'helium' coin??

What is WHIP (Wireless Helium Internet Protocol)?
WHIP is a new open-source Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN) protocol designed for a specific purpose in a decentralized machine network: long-range, ultra low-power wireless connectivity for machines. WHIP is used to connect machines to gateways, and gateways to gateways to verify coverage.

WHIP is highly secure, bi-directional and compatible with a wide range of existing radio transceivers operating in the sub-GHz unlicensed frequency spectrum.

WHIP creates several channels within the unlicensed spectrum and employs frequency hopping to switch between channels. Typically frequency hopping requires a complex time-synchronized system that is limited in capacity. However, machines using WHIP do not need to coordinate with gateways on channel selection as gateways are capable of hearing all channels within the available spectrum at any time.


How will tokens be distributed? How can I buy tokens? When is your ICO?
There will be additional info regarding the initial token generation event in the coming months. To be among the first to know, sign up for our newsletter or join our Telegram group.
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October 22, 2018, 02:07:34 AM
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I'm quite confused - is this project associated with https://www.helium.com/ ?  Must admit, it is a clever idea. Looks like it is a token rather than a coin not yet launched?
Are they concerned there is already a 'helium' coin??

No, that's an entirely different project.  The official website that this ANN refers to is https://heliumchain.org/
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October 22, 2018, 02:18:21 AM
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I'm quite confused - is this project associated with https://www.helium.com/ ?  Must admit, it is a clever idea. Looks like it is a token rather than a coin not yet launched?
Are they concerned there is already a 'helium' coin??

No, that's an entirely different project.

...and the confusion begins...

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October 22, 2018, 06:41:51 AM
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Right, looks like there is too much helium in blockchain space Tongue

What about new ANN thread? I remember that it was planned after the mainnet launch. This should help with the confusion, because current OP still have outdated info (old twitter link for example) and also it is not looking too good.
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October 22, 2018, 01:56:33 PM
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Just hit my 1st stake (finally).
Gotta love the little gift icon with a ribbon on top....

Oh look, a pump n dump....gee, what a surprise....


oh yeah...
GO HELIUM

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October 22, 2018, 10:11:48 PM
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Good day my fellow Heliumites,


The team is happy to announce that we have just been listed at CryptoBridge with a BTC / HLM trading pair. This gives us our first DEX listing (Decentralized Exchange) which is very useful to us to have a compliment to the current landscape of centralized exchanges. We will continue to both focus on getting trading volume to increase via awareness and utility of the coin while also looking at adding more quality exchanges. I have contacted CMC to update the listing there as well so we are now good to go. Lastly, a big thank you goes out to stonehedge for contributing to the cost of this listing - a gift to the Helium community. We have made a lot of traction lately due to many of the team and community members stepping up to help out in various ways regarding funding. Most chains simply do not have this level of togetherness and dedication.


You can find Helium's CryptoBridge market below:

https://wallet.crypto-bridge.org/market/BRIDGE.HLM_BRIDGE.BTC
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October 22, 2018, 10:17:03 PM
Last edit: October 23, 2018, 09:43:42 AM by sirazimuth
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well mn setup didn't go exactly as planned, back to staking for now...

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October 23, 2018, 08:11:54 AM
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Hi,

congrats to the helium team. After wating for more than one year I just finished my installation and conf of my MN.

Followed the instructions of
https://www.heliumlabs.org/v1.0/docs/masternode-setup-guide

MN is synced and Local Wallet says MN is "enabled"
helium-cli masternode status returns "successfully started"

helium-cli getinfo returns "Staking Not Active"
Is that normal?
How long does it normally take to switch to "staking"?
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October 23, 2018, 09:02:16 AM
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Hi,

congrats to the helium team. After wating for more than one year I just finished my installation and conf of my MN.

Followed the instructions of
https://www.heliumlabs.org/v1.0/docs/masternode-setup-guide

MN is synced and Local Wallet says MN is "enabled"
helium-cli masternode status returns "successfully started"

helium-cli getinfo returns "Staking Not Active"
Is that normal?
How long does it normally take to switch to "staking"?

If you are running a masternode your wallet will "lock" the 1000 coins collateral and it will not stake with them. Otherwise your masternode would stop working if you were to win a stake. By the looks of it your masternode is working. It can currently take up to 3 days before you get your first Masternode payment but after that they should arrive every 24 hours or so. Good luck!
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October 23, 2018, 09:46:34 AM
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1 – Choose the place where you will hold you masternodes directories (you need some freespace for every masternode)
2 – Create folder “HLMMN1” there
3 – Copy file “helium-qt.exe” in folder “HLMMN1”
4 – Create in folder “HLMMN1” new folder “data”
5 – Copy file “blk0001.dat” and folder “txleveldb” in created folder “data” (From your master wallet)  (derp... I can't figure this out)
6 – Rename “helium-qt.exe” to the “Heliummn1.exe”


Ok I did all this except step 5 (in red) where I got stumped.
Where is file "blk0001.dat? I found only "blk00000.dat" in the roaming/helium/blocks folder and copied that into my created "data" folder.
I could not find “txleveldb” anywhere to copy. Do you mean just create a folder named “txleveldb”?  
Could you elaborate on what you mean by "(From your master wallet)" ? I'm probably missing something simple here.
I maybe could flail around with a different set of instructions but I like yours as they seem the most
straight forward. If/when I'm successful I will send tip . Thanx bud.
...........
(2 hours later after flailing around like the blind leading the blind)

ok I think I did everything ,moved coins, created keys etc, but musta forked something up.
I get error message. Told me to change listen parameter to "0". (so I did)
Then it wouldn't parse my  public IP or something... (i googled that so it's right, i think...)
So there are 2 wallets, one masternode and one control?
and 2 separate  helium folders? I'm all confused...
back to plain old staking for now...


The copy part is just to not wait your mn wallet to sync again.
You did right, meaning just copy the blockchain data (not wallet.dat, etc only blockchain data) to the data directory of your MN Wallet

If you do windows setup on the same machine then yes its two separate wallets meaning two different data directories, meaning one for each wallet. one controller wallet and one mn wallet. you can have the controller wallet closed once you've started your mn from there.

The listen parameter occur to which wallet? you have to check your configuration settings and of course your network settings (port forwarding enabled on correct ports, windows firewall allow incoming connections for specified port, etc.)

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October 23, 2018, 10:32:04 AM
Last edit: October 23, 2018, 10:44:04 AM by sirazimuth
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Changed the “listen” parameter back anyway , in case staking broke.
Will try flailing around again tonite. From your reply, I think I’m close and on right track. Thanx .
Tip will follow my 1st reward if / when it occurs.
Confusion around which masternode.conf file to edit as I got one in each
directory (control and mn) ...I edited the control wallet one and left the masternode wallet one as is.

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October 23, 2018, 06:19:05 PM
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Anyone continuing to struggle with setting up a node locally on a Windows machine. It is common to host Masternodes on an external VPS running Ubuntu. This is safer, easier and cheaper.

We've adapted the Nodemaster script for use with Helium. It takes care of 95% of the set up: https://github.com/trollboxteela/vps
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October 23, 2018, 09:31:58 PM
Last edit: October 23, 2018, 10:12:27 PM by sirazimuth
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The copy part is just to not wait your mn wallet to sync again.
You did right, meaning just copy the blockchain data (not wallet.dat, etc only blockchain data) to the data directory of your MN Wallet

If you do windows setup on the same machine then yes its two separate wallets meaning two different data directories, meaning one for each wallet. one controller wallet and one mn wallet. you can have the controller wallet closed once you've started your mn from there.

The listen parameter occur to which wallet? you have to check your configuration settings and of course your network settings (port forwarding enabled on correct ports, windows firewall allow incoming connections for specified port, etc.)


So followed your configuring steps to the tea,and no go. Here's where I'm at....
I have 2 separate wallets with 2 separate directories.
The HLMMN1 wallet when launched from the startmn1.cmd gives error message...
 "unable to bind to <my public ip address (I looked it up)> on this computer (bind requested address not valid in its content (10049)"...
 which goes away if I set listen to 0 and relaunch.   Then it shows a zero balance. Basically a virgin wallet.

 When I launch  controller wallet (loaded with the 1000 coins on one address)  it says  "cannot parse MN1" ("MN1" being the 1st line of the controler wallet masternode.conf file that I edited with private key, ip, etc.)
Where do I set alias masternode to MN1?
 Also are both wallets launched when masternoding? or one or the other? which one?  (I actually can't launch both on this pc anyway..error message.)
Still totally confused...but I will get this sussed if it kills me.
 back to staking again... lol

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October 23, 2018, 10:00:35 PM
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Cross posting here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2104006.msg47202245#msg47202245

Hello Heliumites!

As a result of the bounty campaign being pre-launch, I'll need to begin verifying your accounts in a somewhat unorthodox way. If you participated in any one of the bounty programs we ran through this campaign please PM me here on the forum from the original account you registered for the bounty campaign with.

I will be providing a spreadsheet to show that your information has been received as entries come in. Please do not include any additional information in your PM other than your Helium address.

I repeat;

To begin the process of claiming your Helium bounty rewards please PM me here on the forum one time only, with only your Helium address in the body of the message.


If you have yet to download your Helium wallet you can find your version here https://github.com/heliumchain/helium/releases
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October 24, 2018, 05:18:33 AM
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The copy part is just to not wait your mn wallet to sync again.
You did right, meaning just copy the blockchain data (not wallet.dat, etc only blockchain data) to the data directory of your MN Wallet

If you do windows setup on the same machine then yes its two separate wallets meaning two different data directories, meaning one for each wallet. one controller wallet and one mn wallet. you can have the controller wallet closed once you've started your mn from there.

The listen parameter occur to which wallet? you have to check your configuration settings and of course your network settings (port forwarding enabled on correct ports, windows firewall allow incoming connections for specified port, etc.)


So followed your configuring steps to the tea,and no go. Here's where I'm at....
I have 2 separate wallets with 2 separate directories.
The HLMMN1 wallet when launched from the startmn1.cmd gives error message...
 "unable to bind to <my public ip address (I looked it up)> on this computer (bind requested address not valid in its content (10049)"...
 which goes away if I set listen to 0 and relaunch.   Then it shows a zero balance. Basically a virgin wallet.

 When I launch  controller wallet (loaded with the 1000 coins on one address)  it says  "cannot parse MN1" ("MN1" being the 1st line of the controler wallet masternode.conf file that I edited with private key, ip, etc.)
Where do I set alias masternode to MN1?
 Also are both wallets launched when masternoding? or one or the other? which one?  (I actually can't launch both on this pc anyway..error message.)
Still totally confused...but I will get this sussed if it kills me.
 back to staking again... lol

MN1 wallet --> Listen=1

Controller Wallet --> Listen=0
and Staking=1 (to have staking enabled)
and check the ports they have to be different in these two wallets

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