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Author Topic: Vertcoin [VTC][ANN] Segwit Activated | ASIC Resistant Decentralized GPU Mining  (Read 201003 times)
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November 14, 2017, 02:27:44 PM
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0 active connections in the QT wallet, how to fix it?
If possible please put a mini tutorial: how to add node

do not worry about it.
0 connections actually mean you are connected to the network.
it will be slow to update is all but once you are catched up it is really negligible difference
vtc transactions are really small only 20gb whole blockchain compared to btc's 150gb.

PIVX Blockchain is <1 Gb.  PIVX can’t have a 51% attack.  Just saying.   I’m just really trying to understand why people like VTC over PIVX.

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November 14, 2017, 02:41:04 PM
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Not what I asked. 0-1 active connections and the wallet stops sync after 1 minute. After adding the node, I have no connections with the network. Please lay out here working file vertcoin.conf

0 connection means you are in the network, if you are not then it will say no block source.
it's going to be painfully slow to sync up but you will sync fully one step at a time.
if you scroll a few pages back there will be list of nodes you could try to add them it's a generic process same with every qt.
the only real way for your nodes to grow is to conduct transactions often.
otherwise there's no point in running a full node just get an online wallet with private key.

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November 14, 2017, 02:51:35 PM
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0 active connections in the QT wallet, how to fix it?
If possible please put a mini tutorial: how to add node

do not worry about it.
0 connections actually mean you are connected to the network.
it will be slow to update is all but once you are catched up it is really negligible difference
vtc transactions are really small only 20gb whole blockchain compared to btc's 150gb.

PIVX Blockchain is <1 Gb.  PIVX can’t have a 51% attack.  Just saying.   I’m just really trying to understand why people like VTC over PIVX.

does PIVX have these ?  Cheesy

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segwit
atomic swap
zero premine
asic resistance (proven n tested hardforked 2x)

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November 14, 2017, 06:09:47 PM
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PIVX Blockchain is <1 Gb.  PIVX can’t have a 51% attack.  Just saying.   I’m just really trying to understand why people like VTC over PIVX.
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Because this topic is vertcoin.
Sorry no I did not help I need to launch the QT wallet, so I have 2 mesacny file wallet.dat where I know what are my coins. But you can't start the QT wallet. After running the connection for 1 minute, and then no connections with the network and synchronization is not. After adding a node does not want coodinates I network and synced.Once again, please lay out here working file vertcon.conf
Now and again I need the text of the working file vertcoin.conf, not your comments.Thanks in advance!

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November 14, 2017, 07:40:42 PM
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Just bought 378 vtc excited to see what 2018 brings for vertcoin wish i knew about this coin sooner
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November 14, 2017, 09:34:10 PM
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argggghhhhh ...... fighting the urge to sell and take some profit now we are over $4.
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November 14, 2017, 09:44:24 PM
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PIVX Blockchain is <1 Gb.  PIVX can’t have a 51% attack.  Just saying.   I’m just really trying to understand why people like VTC over PIVX.

Because this topic is vertcoin.
Sorry no I did not help I need to launch the QT wallet, so I have 2 mesacny file wallet.dat where I know what are my coins. But you can't start the QT wallet. After running the connection for 1 minute, and then no connections with the network and synchronization is not. After adding a node does not want coodinates I network and synced.Once again, please lay out here working file vertcon.conf
Now and again I need the text of the working file vertcoin.conf, not your comments.Thanks in advance!

I'm using this wallet: Vertcoin Core version v0.11.1.0-9c5018b (64-bit), without any nodes added, and it connects fine. Maybe your problem is the wallet's version you're using.

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November 14, 2017, 10:33:19 PM
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PIVX Blockchain is <1 Gb.  PIVX can’t have a 51% attack.  Just saying.   I’m just really trying to understand why people like VTC over PIVX.
Because this topic is vertcoin.
Sorry no I did not help I need to launch the QT wallet, so I have 2 mesacny file wallet.dat where I know what are my coins. But you can't start the QT wallet. After running the connection for 1 minute, and then no connections with the network and synchronization is not. After adding a node does not want coodinates I network and synced.Once again, please lay out here working file vertcon.conf
Now and again I need the text of the working file vertcoin.conf, not your comments.Thanks in advance!
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addnode=50.174.94.249
addnode=98.29.116.16

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   Those may or may not work.  They were added a long time ago.  I still use that conf file, but I also have a peers.dat that is probably used to connect.  Not sure but sometimes the block explores have nodes you can use. 

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November 15, 2017, 03:14:29 AM
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0 active connections in the QT wallet, how to fix it?
If possible please put a mini tutorial: how to add node

do not worry about it.
0 connections actually mean you are connected to the network.
it will be slow to update is all but once you are catched up it is really negligible difference
vtc transactions are really small only 20gb whole blockchain compared to btc's 150gb.

PIVX Blockchain is <1 Gb.  PIVX can’t have a 51% attack.  Just saying.   I’m just really trying to understand why people like VTC over PIVX.

does PIVX have these ?  Cheesy

1clickminer
segwit
atomic swap
zero premine
asic resistance (proven n tested hardforked 2x)

Not exactly, it has other properties that separate it from the rest.  No premine.  Staking and MN only is better than mining and is naturally asic proof.  PIVX is immune to 51% attack.  Sure, growing pains with zPiv, but it will prevail.  Is better than DASH too.  I picked up some VTC, why not pick up some PIVX.  Just in case.  Atomic swap is interesting, I'll have to admit. 

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November 15, 2017, 05:38:07 PM
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How do i sync with network my wallet?
0 acvities. Recommended nodes added.
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November 15, 2017, 06:37:53 PM
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How do i sync with network my wallet?
0 acvities. Recommended nodes added.

usually synchronizations may take a little time. But you do not have any nodes to add.

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November 15, 2017, 08:53:52 PM
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How do i sync with network my wallet?
0 acvities. Recommended nodes added.

  At least 1 of the block explores has nodes listed under network.  It's the 3rd one on the 1st page.  Didn't cut/paste it. 

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November 16, 2017, 04:45:22 PM
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Look at this new miner:

mkxminer: optimized Lyra2rev2 miner for AMD GPUs (Vertcoin, Monacoin, XVG)

=== Speeds (no overclocking)
Radeon Pro Duo: 84.8MHs (42.4 + 42.4)
Fury X: 55MHs
Vega56: 47MHs (can be optimised further, just need some time and incentive)
RX 580: 39MHs
RX 480: 36MHs
R9 390: 32MHs
R9 380X: 26MHs
R9 280X: 26MHs
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November 16, 2017, 08:00:47 PM
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Sorry for being a total noob here, I'm currently mining Ethereum with Zotac 1060 and get a hashrate of around 22Mh/s. Can I expect the mining for VTC to result in a similar hashrate, or is it going to be lower? Thx.
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November 16, 2017, 08:19:26 PM
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Sorry for being a total noob here, I'm currently mining Ethereum with Zotac 1060 and get a hashrate of around 22Mh/s. Can I expect the mining for VTC to result in a similar hashrate, or is it going to be lower? Thx.

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November 18, 2017, 10:23:39 PM
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Thanks, I knew about the site but never actually scrolled Smiley. It seems VTC is better than ETN, however it might be time to go back to ethereum.
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November 20, 2017, 01:58:22 AM
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Is there a different difficulty calculation from the target on this coin?

I regularly find shares above the diff shown but never find a block. On other coins, anytime I find a share above the network difficulty it finds a block.

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November 20, 2017, 09:56:24 AM
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Have any one had luck mining with sgminer ? Mine still not start
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November 20, 2017, 08:05:48 PM
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Check out Episode 10 of  Podcast featuring James Lovejoy, Lead Developer of Vertcoin!
We hope you enjoy this week's episode guys! We have the wonderful James Lovejoy, Lead Developer from Vertcoin, on the show today who gives us a great insight into this much popular and magnificent project.

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November 21, 2017, 12:33:24 PM
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I am an happy holder of Vertcoin. What price you think VTC will get the next year?

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