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January 16, 2018, 01:26:33 AM
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I don't know if a negative signal had people selling XLR and initiated a trend, but if people are closing their masternodes and selling their coins, and that is causing the downward trend, that would be utter ly moronic.

If there are less MN then there will be more MN rewards coming to the remaining MNs that are still running. Smiley
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January 16, 2018, 01:28:07 AM
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Hey dev,

I am getting this when starting the solaris-qt linux binary:

Code:
solaris-qt: main.cpp:3055: bool ConnectBlock(const CBlock&, CValidationState&, CBlockIndex*, CCoinsViewCache&, bool, bool): Assertion `hashPrevBlock == view.GetBestBlock()' failed.
Aborted (core dumped)

It's wallet 2.3.2.0 and it worked fine yesterday.

Any ideas?

Do you have the same addnode in file solaris.conf?
addnode=78.145.45.173
addnode=92.108.70.246
addnode=89.169.62.37
addnode=89.65.73.101
addnode=92.222.48.122:60020
addnode=88.164.70.252:60020
addnode=84.19.184.96:60020
addnode=45.79.202.155:60020
addnode=151.236.217.178:60020
addnode=139.162.153.247:60020

No. I removed all the addnode= entries because someone in this forum said a few days ago that they're not needed anymore as the wallet comes with seed nodes already.

Was that wrong?
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January 16, 2018, 01:29:17 AM
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Hey dev,

I am getting this when starting the solaris-qt linux binary:

Code:
solaris-qt: main.cpp:3055: bool ConnectBlock(const CBlock&, CValidationState&, CBlockIndex*, CCoinsViewCache&, bool, bool): Assertion `hashPrevBlock == view.GetBestBlock()' failed.
Aborted (core dumped)

It's wallet 2.3.2.0 and it worked fine yesterday.

Any ideas?

DO NOT add any addnodes

Try this "through the window" method.
That is what i used and it worked for me.
It can be likened to re-syncing and re-indexing.

Close your Solaris-qt
Open your AppData/Roaming/Solaris  then delete all EXCEPT for

    wallet.dat
    masternode.conf
    solaris.conf


Then restart your wallet (launch only the version 2.3.2.0)


I'm on Linux, but thanks. I will give that a try.
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January 16, 2018, 01:41:19 AM
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I have problem Withdraw XLR with Coinexchange.io. I received txid 1 when i Withdraw XLR Withdraw to address: SajgZqQFH5XPeo9PSbvneantM4k3CxaS4S Amount: 150 Please help me. Thank you

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January 16, 2018, 02:07:58 AM
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Unfortunately it seems as if I can't get my masternodes back up and running. Think I'll have to start from scratch :|

I had to reconfigure my node on NOdeVPS (as someone else here suggested), it took 2 tries, but I believe the first attempt didn't work due to a erroneous code in the configuration file. After the second attempt it worked properly and I received a MN payment a few hours ago today.

I have problem Withdraw XLR with Coinexchange.io. I received txid 1 when i Withdraw XLR Withdraw to address: SajgZqQFH5XPeo9PSbvneantM4k3CxaS4S Amount: 150 Please help me. Thank you



You will need to contact CoinExchange support if you have a messed up tx/id like that. I had that happen once before (for a different coin) and they fixed it on their end within 24 hours. Now they are probably busier so it may take longer to be resolved. In any case, contact them since they are the only ones that can fix it.
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January 16, 2018, 03:13:46 AM
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Should I sell all my xlr coins by 20 Jan to make sure to protect my profit?

Yes, you can do it right away. Just with low price for me to buy ^^ I need to set up my masternode.

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January 16, 2018, 06:09:55 AM
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Is there some info on hashrate mining XLR on typical GPU cards? I've found some info that Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 gets 3.3 MH/s, is that correct? How about other Nvidia cards? Are AMD cards much worse?

My farms are issued to the ccminer:
1050 1282 kH/s
1060 2249 kH/s
1070 3620 kH/s
The overclocking of cards practically does not affect the speed.


This means that you don't oc on your cards? now i run on 1070 and i got only 3.3 MH/s. What mining program are you using?
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January 16, 2018, 07:06:43 AM
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I have problem Withdraw XLR with Coinexchange.io. I received txid 1 when i Withdraw XLR Withdraw to address: SajgZqQFH5XPeo9PSbvneantM4k3CxaS4S Amount: 150 Please help me. Thank you



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January 16, 2018, 09:03:55 AM
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I have problem Withdraw XLR with Coinexchange.io. I received txid 1 when i Withdraw XLR Withdraw to address: SajgZqQFH5XPeo9PSbvneantM4k3CxaS4S Amount: 150 Please help me. Thank you



You need to go to Coinexchange.io support pages and log the issue via a ticket, I had to do it last week.
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January 16, 2018, 09:35:52 AM
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Why lycheebit stop making payment form the pool?
Is a f***ing scaming pool or what?
I want my hard digging money and the last payout the made 20horus ago!
What is goin on?

All payouts have been done.
Payout script freezed, it is fixed, and all is working fine now Smiley

Sorry for this inconvenience

Please check again!
I think the payouts script is freez again.
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January 16, 2018, 11:25:06 AM
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Is there some info on hashrate mining XLR on typical GPU cards? I've found some info that Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 gets 3.3 MH/s, is that correct? How about other Nvidia cards? Are AMD cards much worse?

My farms are issued to the ccminer:
1050 1282 kH/s
1060 2249 kH/s
1070 3620 kH/s
The overclocking of cards practically does not affect the speed.


This means that you don't oc on your cards? now i run on 1070 and i got only 3.3 MH/s. What mining program are you using?

Same here - I get 2.15 mh/s on gtx 970 and 2.8 on gtx 1070 slightly oc both. Which ccminer are you using???
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January 16, 2018, 11:58:12 AM
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2766083.msg28248583#msg28248583





Welcome to the Solaris Logo Contest !








Hello forum frequenters, new members, alt-coin enthusiasts and Solaris supporters.



Solaris has seen unprecedented growth in popularity during the last couple of months, and with increased presence the it is time to update the logo used by Solaris. Solaris website will also be re-designed updated to fit the new logo.





Current Logo - https://i.imgur.com/hKOezoQ.png

Current Logo meaning - Gold Alchemy Symbol - http://www.rsc.org/periodic-table/alchemy/79/gold

Solaris (name) - Inspired by a book by same name, “Solaris” by Stanisław Lem

Ticker: XLR





The Solaris community is looking for a winning logo design to be used as the new figurehead for Solaris. We would like to see something professional, modern, and easy to remember.

The Core team will select the top 10 logos submitted. These 10 logos will be put up for the public vote. The winning logo will be selected by the community in a voting system at the end of the contest.
 At the end of the vote, the winner will be awarded 150 XLR. Two runner-ups (second and third highest votes) will receive 25XLR each.




Please submit a preview of your best designs here:  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2766083.msg28248583#msg28248583

 Multiple Entries per person are allowed.

Final logo must be high resolution (1500px by 1500px), winner must send high resolution version before receiving full payment.

The contest will end on January 29th @ 10PM UTC. Voting will begin soon after the contest ends.



1st place Bounty: 150XLR (approx. 3,000 USD)
2nd and 3rd highest votes: 25XLR each









https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2766083.msg28248583#msg28248583







Thank you for support Solaris !!


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January 16, 2018, 12:11:49 PM
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Hey dev,

I am getting this when starting the solaris-qt linux binary:

Code:
solaris-qt: main.cpp:3055: bool ConnectBlock(const CBlock&, CValidationState&, CBlockIndex*, CCoinsViewCache&, bool, bool): Assertion `hashPrevBlock == view.GetBestBlock()' failed.
Aborted (core dumped)

It's wallet 2.3.2.0 and it worked fine yesterday.

Any ideas?

DO NOT add any addnodes

Try this "through the window" method.
That is what i used and it worked for me.
It can be likened to re-syncing and re-indexing.

Close your Solaris-qt
Open your AppData/Roaming/Solaris  then delete all EXCEPT for

    wallet.dat
    masternode.conf
    solaris.conf


Then restart your wallet (launch only the version 2.3.2.0)


I'm on Linux, but thanks. I will give that a try.


Seems to have somehow worked. The wallet starts up now. Obviously, the chain is gone, so it needs to re-sync. Yet, now it is not getting any node connection. Just keeps saying "No block source available...".

Do you have an idea what that might be?
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January 16, 2018, 01:28:49 PM
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Why lycheebit stop making payment form the pool?
Is a f***ing scaming pool or what?
I want my hard digging money and the last payout the made 20horus ago!
What is goin on?

All payouts have been done.
Payout script freezed, it is fixed, and all is working fine now Smiley

Sorry for this inconvenience

Please check again!
I think the payouts script is freez again.

I keep getting payouts. Last one not long ago, previous 2am.
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January 16, 2018, 03:42:43 PM
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Is there some info on hashrate mining XLR on typical GPU cards? I've found some info that Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 gets 3.3 MH/s, is that correct? How about other Nvidia cards? Are AMD cards much worse?

My farms are issued to the ccminer:
1050 1282 kH/s
1060 2249 kH/s
1070 3620 kH/s
The overclocking of cards practically does not affect the speed.


This means that you don't oc on your cards? now i run on 1070 and i got only 3.3 MH/s. What mining program are you using?

Same here - I get 2.15 mh/s on gtx 970 and 2.8 on gtx 1070 slightly oc both. Which ccminer are you using???

my oc --> Power 85 / Core 140 / Mem 0 and i'm using ccminer/krnlx-xevan for mining.
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January 16, 2018, 03:53:29 PM
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2766083.msg28248583#msg28248583





Welcome to the Solaris Logo Contest !








Hello forum frequenters, new members, alt-coin enthusiasts and Solaris supporters.



Solaris has seen unprecedented growth in popularity during the last couple of months, and with increased presence the it is time to update the logo used by Solaris. Solaris website will also be re-designed updated to fit the new logo.





Current Logo - https://i.imgur.com/hKOezoQ.png

Current Logo meaning - Gold Alchemy Symbol - http://www.rsc.org/periodic-table/alchemy/79/gold

Solaris (name) - Inspired by a book by same name, “Solaris” by Stanisław Lem

Ticker: XLR





The Solaris community is looking for a winning logo design to be used as the new figurehead for Solaris. We would like to see something professional, modern, and easy to remember.

The Core team will select the top 10 logos submitted. These 10 logos will be put up for the public vote. The winning logo will be selected by the community in a voting system at the end of the contest.
 At the end of the vote, the winner will be awarded 150 XLR. Two runner-ups (second and third highest votes) will receive 25XLR each.




Please submit a preview of your best designs here:  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2766083.msg28248583#msg28248583

 Multiple Entries per person are allowed.

Final logo must be high resolution (1500px by 1500px), winner must send high resolution version before receiving full payment.

The contest will end on January 29th @ 10PM UTC. Voting will begin soon after the contest ends.



1st place Bounty: 150XLR (approx. 3,000 USD)
2nd and 3rd highest votes: 25XLR each









https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2766083.msg28248583#msg28248583







Thank you for support Solaris !!
If I can get 150XLR reward that's fine, although I will make LOGO, but I do not understand SOLARIS, so the lack of some confidence
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January 16, 2018, 04:37:34 PM
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Is it too late to start mining Solaris?

I see it is switching to proof of work soon. I don't fully understand that. Does that mean I need a lot of coins to mine it?
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January 16, 2018, 05:30:11 PM
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Is it too late to start mining Solaris?

I see it is switching to proof of work soon. I don't fully understand that. Does that mean I need a lot of coins to mine it?

You are getting confused. Proof of work is what it is now and that's mining with GPUs etc. It's changing to proof of stake later down the line but that's still a fair way away. You can mine it with GPU at the moment no problem.

If you want to stake with coins to earn more then you need to wait until the proof of stake phase.
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January 16, 2018, 07:39:10 PM
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Is it too late to start mining Solaris?

I see it is switching to proof of work soon. I don't fully understand that. Does that mean I need a lot of coins to mine it?

You are getting confused. Proof of work is what it is now and that's mining with GPUs etc. It's changing to proof of stake later down the line but that's still a fair way away. You can mine it with GPU at the moment no problem.

If you want to stake with coins to earn more then you need to wait until the proof of stake phase.

take note that the more coins you got the more pos you'll earn so i suggest to start asap and accumulate as many as you can before the ship sails.  Grin

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January 16, 2018, 10:40:35 PM
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Is there some info on hashrate mining XLR on typical GPU cards? I've found some info that Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 gets 3.3 MH/s, is that correct? How about other Nvidia cards? Are AMD cards much worse?

My farms are issued to the ccminer:
1050 1282 kH/s
1060 2249 kH/s
1070 3620 kH/s
The overclocking of cards practically does not affect the speed.


This means that you don't oc on your cards? now i run on 1070 and i got only 3.3 MH/s. What mining program are you using?

Same here - I get 2.15 mh/s on gtx 970 and 2.8 on gtx 1070 slightly oc both. Which ccminer are you using???

my oc --> Power 85 / Core 140 / Mem 0 and i'm using ccminer/krnlx-xevan for mining.


I would probably get same but on one gpu set up only however two cards running together give me less hashing power than run separately and I don't know why.
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