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January 21, 2018, 08:14:25 AM
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Hello! How can I extract Solaris from cryptopia?


If you have Solaris coins on cryptopia they have to be old coins from before the swap. At this point they are not really worth anything since the swap was more then 6 weeks ago. Cryptopia would not do the coin swap without charging a full listing fee all over again (9 bitcoin at the time)... coinexchange however did the coin swap and as far as I know didn't charge much if anything to do it.

This looks very interesting. From what I read Solaris is superior to other Masternode coins by giving the lowest temperatures and electrical power consumption available.
Can someone tell me how many Solaris coins you need to be able to stake it?

Staking is not active yet and won't be until sometime this Spring I think.... the block it goes active on is posted on the first page of this thread.
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January 21, 2018, 08:16:48 AM
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Hello! How can I extract Solaris from cryptopia?


If you have Solaris coins on cryptopia they have to be old coins from before the swap. At this point they are not really worth anything since the swap was more then 6 weeks ago. Cryptopia would not do the coin swap without charging a full listing fee all over again (9 bitcoin at the time)... coinexchange however did the coin swap and as far as I know didn't charge much if anything to do it.

This looks very interesting. From what I read Solaris is superior to other Masternode coins by giving the lowest temperatures and electrical power consumption available.
Can someone tell me how many Solaris coins you need to be able to stake it?

Staking is not active yet and won't be until sometime this Spring I think.... the block it goes active on is posted on the first page of this thread.

Sometimes in the future the PoS phase will be kicked in. The exact time for the first block of PoS phase posted in the OP
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January 21, 2018, 10:43:24 AM
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Again probem with lycheebit pool? No payment since 7 hours and very small quanity block find? In last hour pool find only
one block, wheras bsood.pw pool  found 5 block during last hour at lower poll hashrate!!

So lycheebit pool to many failure during one week I don't want to waste my hasrate anymore and switched to bsood.pw and i think you guys should do the same.
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January 21, 2018, 10:51:10 AM
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Hi ! Coin symbol XLR_XEVAN has changed to XLR on Lycheebit.
Happy mining Smiley

Mining Solaris with xevan algo :

  • Stratum  : lycheebit.com:3739
  • User     : YOUR_XLR_ADDRESS
  • Password : c=XLR

LycheeBit info :


Mining software :


Examples of command line :

  • Nvidia   : ccminer.exe -a xevan -o stratum+tcp://lycheebit.com:3739 -u SbzG7EdRAQbn5zqWiGFicm8u8C37UMxUTc -p c=XLR
  • AMD      : sgminer.exe --algorithm xevan -o stratum+tcp://lycheebit.com:3739 -u SbzG7EdRAQbn5zqWiGFicm8u8C37UMxUTc -p c=XLR

Peers list :

  • addnode=151.236.217.178:60020
  • addnode=34.212.69.4:60020
  • addnode=85.214.152.3:60020
  • addnode=45.32.139.230:60020
  • addnode=194.135.94.188:60020
  • addnode=54.36.224.244:60020
  • addnode=138.197.169.4:60020
  • addnode=104.238.185.121:60020
  • addnode=[2001:0:9d38:6ab8:10c4:3be9:a431:f17c]:60020
  • addnode=80.209.229.84:60020
  • addnode=176.126.245.212:60020
  • addnode=155.94.177.157:60020
  • addnode=80.208.226.101:60020
  • addnode=95.158.36.65:60020
  • addnode=108.61.87.45:60020
  • addnode=45.77.151.203:60020

Hello Lycheebit!
Last 8 hours earnings haven't appeared on http://lycheebit.com. Is it because I missed the currency symbol update and haven't changed it?
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January 21, 2018, 10:54:54 AM
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same issue for me, even though i have change to the c = XLR statement
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January 21, 2018, 10:57:19 AM
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same issue for me, even though i have change to the c = XLR statement
So it's not because of the symbol. Must be some other issue.
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January 21, 2018, 11:24:04 AM
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same for me, I switched to umine.org and it is ok
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January 21, 2018, 01:13:29 PM
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same for me, I switched to umine.org and it is ok
Which technical isssues occured recently, chainsplits again?
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January 21, 2018, 01:45:39 PM
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same for me, I switched to umine.org and it is ok
Which technical isssues occured recently, chainsplits again?

Yes, chain has splitted.
I'm resyncing the wallet.

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January 21, 2018, 02:29:39 PM
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Solaris Funded Project


http://i66.tinypic.com/ra6l4g.jpg





Solaris is proud to announce a long-term plan of funding to build a next generation exchange, txbit.io

txbit.io will support all major cryptocurrencies, altcoins and digital assets (tokens). With a focus on modern stack of technologies our expert team are set to build a fast, secure, reliable, scalable and private exchange for the global crypto market.






The Goal


The aim is simple; remove unnecessary burden from the everyday trader, while ensuring the utmost security of every users funds. Exchanges are getting slower everyday, registrations open and close due to inability to cope with traffic, deposits and withdrawals get delayed. All of these problems are trivial, yet every exchange suffers from them.

At current level of competition it seems like exchanges should be thriving, but they succumb under pressure. Cryptocurrency exchanges currently make for multiple 100’s billion market, but we have found that even the largest of exchanges lack the technology and social framework needed to satisfy the constantly changing needs of their users.





Solaris Involvement


Solaris is directly funding the development cost of txbit.io from the development fund. Please take note, this does not affect other plans for Solaris highlighted in the Roadmap, instead we see it as an important stepping stone to making Solaris XLR an active and popular currency.

Solaris holders will greatly benefit from the launch of txbit for multiple reasons:


1. Masternode holders will be able to link their Masternodes to the txbit account which will grant them a percentage Exchange Trading Fees as dividends paid directly to the txbit account.

2. Users will be able to Stake their XLR on txbit and also receive a percentage of the Exchange Trading Fees as dividends paid directly to the txbit account.

3. Solaris XLR will be a Base Market paired against popular cryptocurrencies and tokens. As trade volume will increase for XLR, more pairings will be added to the market.



The exact details on dividend payments will be provided at a later date.

txbit.io exchange will be funded from the Solaris development fund, held in escrow by Dabs.The development of txbit.io exchange does not change any plans for Solaris and the core team is not changing course on any of the plans for 2018.




Periodic updates will be provided on a regular basis






Features and Innovations


Modern responsive HTML5 web interface
Secured with 2 factor authentication
Live streaming price information
Support for mobile devices
Ultra fast proprietary trading engine
Immediate deposits and withdrawals
Json REST API
Coin dice feature
Fast loading and searchable balance view
Multi language (EN / RU / CN)
Scalable native cloud stack
Secure cold/hot wallet implementation
Bitcoin / Ethereum / Solaris base markets
Advanced DDoS protection
Referral program
Active support team
New coins voting
Live chatting
TLS / SSL








Thank you for support Solaris  !




I would recommend establishing such an exchange as a DECENTRALIZED exchange, similar to EtherDelta for example. Just needs to have a really nice UI/UX and dead simple to use.

But decentralized is the key here. Otherwise administrative work will take up most of the time to ensure you're always on the legal side. That's just something that won't go away if you are holding funds (=coins/tokens) in a custodian way.
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January 21, 2018, 02:42:41 PM
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same for me, I switched to umine.org and it is ok
Which technical isssues occured recently, chainsplits again?

Yes, chain has splitted.
I'm resyncing the wallet.
Got it, thanks for your explanation and your very quick response.
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January 21, 2018, 03:14:39 PM
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same for me, I switched to umine.org and it is ok
Which technical isssues occured recently, chainsplits again?

Yes, chain has splitted.
I'm resyncing the wallet.
Got it, thanks for your explanation and your very quick response.

It is now ok Smiley

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January 21, 2018, 03:23:31 PM
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same for me, I switched to umine.org and it is ok
Which technical isssues occured recently, chainsplits again?

Yes, chain has splitted.
I'm resyncing the wallet.
Got it, thanks for your explanation and your very quick response.

It is now ok Smiley
So earnings for those ~6 hours will be lost?

Thank you for taking the time to answer!
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January 21, 2018, 04:29:13 PM
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I want to transfer coins to my computer's wallet.
Wallet v2.3.2.0-9 does not want to sync.
Please give guidance.
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January 21, 2018, 05:46:28 PM
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Downloaded Solaris Core  v2.3.2.0-99f2d36 and it refuses to sync, made a file in Users / Roaming / Solariscoin named solariscoin.conf but it won't help. Zero connections to solar network.
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January 21, 2018, 06:26:55 PM
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Hello! How can I extract Solaris from cryptopia?

No way. You were robbed
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January 21, 2018, 06:28:35 PM
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I am not sure why people sell the coin so cheap....

Maybe they realized that the developer of the coin is a fraud, and the meaning of the coins is a fraud.
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January 21, 2018, 06:47:35 PM
Last edit: January 21, 2018, 11:39:58 PM by Coinferenz
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I am not sure why people sell the coin so cheap....

Maybe they realized that the developer of the coin is a fraud, and the meaning of the coins is a fraud.

Why?  Can you point to anything?  I don't like coin exchanges either, but they are pretty common and there was a decent window in which to make the exchange.

Vorona34 can point only one thing ... that he is talking sh*t.

He was sleeping some Month in the wood and at this time was the swap ( it was announcet some Month bevor the swap was done ) ... and now he could not understand that the problem is on his side ... the whole world is guilty but not himself Wink

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January 21, 2018, 08:06:15 PM
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I am new to crypto so please pardon my naivety. As my title suggests, I sent XLR from old wallet and the transaction has not yet been completed. What am I missing here? I understand that there is a new version of the wallet released on 12 January, will this XLR be sent after I install the new wallet? If not, how to then recover the XLR or complete the transaction?
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January 21, 2018, 09:23:34 PM
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I am new to crypto so please pardon my naivety. As my title suggests, I sent XLR from old wallet and the transaction has not yet been completed. What am I missing here? I understand that there is a new version of the wallet released on 12 January, will this XLR be sent after I install the new wallet? If not, how to then recover the XLR or complete the transaction?

Do you have a transaction id? Where did you try to send your XLR to?
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