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Author Topic: 💥SOLARIS XLR💥100% PoS + Masternodes💥Txbit.io exchange is live now !  (Read 282437 times)
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January 22, 2018, 06:47:26 PM
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Hey, maybe someone could help. i followed the steps dictated on the video to set up my masternodes. The only step i skipped was adding MN info into local conf file, cos it was stated that you shouldn't have any MN info in the solaris conf file if you were creating more than one masternode and i was creating four. However, i made sure to add the MN info in the solaris conf file that i added into the vpn as stated on the instruction.

  When i woke up this morning, all the masternodes have a missing status and when i tried to restart it, it gives me an error message that my ip addresses is invalid. Am using four different ip addresses from four different companies. so am not sure what is going on. thanks in advance for any help you can offer.

The local wallet where the coins are held should have nothing in the solaris.conf file but you should have the MN info in the masternode.conf file, Also on the VPS you should have info in the solaris.conf file but not in the masternode.conf file (so opposite to local wallet). Is that how you have it?.

Yes i have the MN info in the local MN conf file but not in the local solaris conf file. However, in the VPS i have the MN info in the solaris conf file and also have the MN info ( i.e ip address, private address, transaction id etc in the VPS too) that how it was stated in the set up direction, so should i remove the MN info from VPS and if so how does the VPS communicate with the wallet to relate the masternode info?
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January 22, 2018, 08:38:26 PM
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Current Block 145095, Date 2018-01-22
Next PoW Phase Block 151201, Estimated Date 2018-01-26 or in a little more than 4 days.
PoS Phase Block 259201, Estimated Date 2018-04-11 or in about 75 days.

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January 23, 2018, 02:11:58 AM
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Oopes wrong thread, but i do need updated nodes for this wallet as well.   Grin
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January 23, 2018, 04:41:26 AM
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Got my zXLR masternodes updated and running flawlessly!! Great work dev
One of the best masternodes ever.
Over $1.100 monthly. It is definitely much more better than saving money in bank accounts.
https://masternodes.online/currencies/XLR/
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January 23, 2018, 07:14:35 AM
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We need to finally take down that Koinbi-scam.

Please do following three steps. We need to mark that Koinbi on browsers as phishing. It will prevent many visits there.
Probably it works the same as other Google services (like YT reports or in changes on maps). I mean more reports = higher priority = faster mark as scam by browser.

1. https://safebrowsing.google.com/safebrowsing/report_phish/?tpl=mozilla&hl=en&url=https%3A%2F%2Fkoinbi.com%2F
2. Solve CAPTCHA
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This site is designed to steal cryptocurrencies by it's creators. Take a look on multiple threads via Google Search about users which had deposited their money there but never got them back.
3. Click "Submit report".

Thanks for making Internet better place.

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January 23, 2018, 07:19:00 AM
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We need to finally take down that Koinbi-scam.

Please do following three steps. We need to mark that Koinbi on browsers as phishing. It will prevent many visits there.
Probably it works the same as other Google services (like YT reports or in changes on maps). I mean more reports = higher priority = faster mark as scam by browser.

1. https://safebrowsing.google.com/safebrowsing/report_phish/?tpl=mozilla&hl=pl&url=https%3A%2F%2Fkoinbi.com%2F
2. Solve CAPTCHA
2. Copy and paste:
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This site is designed to steal cryptocurrencies by it's creators. Take a look on multiple threads via Google Search about users which had deposited their money there but never got them back.
3. Click "Submit report".

Thanks for making Internet better place.



Thank you very much for this, i just sended.
And for the people who wanted to try because of the high prices at this exchange, always remember, If it seems too good to be true, it probably is.
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January 23, 2018, 07:22:15 AM
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Thank you very much for this, i just sended.
And for the people who wanted to try because of the high prices at this exchange, always remember, If it seems too good to be true, it probably is.

No problem. His spam-scam annoys me.
These prices are fake to encourage to arbitrage. Which is almost impossible nowadays because of many bots whichare doing it faster than users.
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January 23, 2018, 08:03:00 AM
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We need to finally take down that Koinbi-scam.

Please do following three steps. We need to mark that Koinbi on browsers as phishing. It will prevent many visits there.
Probably it works the same as other Google services (like YT reports or in changes on maps). I mean more reports = higher priority = faster mark as scam by browser.

1. https://safebrowsing.google.com/safebrowsing/report_phish/?tpl=mozilla&hl=pl&url=https%3A%2F%2Fkoinbi.com%2F
2. Solve CAPTCHA
2. Copy and paste:
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This site is designed to steal cryptocurrencies by it's creators. Take a look on multiple threads via Google Search about users which had deposited their money there but never got them back.
3. Click "Submit report".

Thanks for making Internet better place.

https://i.imgur.com/fwQQ7UO.png

Thank you very much for this, i just sended.
And for the people who wanted to try because of the high prices at this exchange, always remember, If it seems too good to be true, it probably is.
Thanks for early warnings about Koinbi exchange.
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January 23, 2018, 09:34:22 AM
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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

Payouts keep failing. Is there still a problem?
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January 23, 2018, 03:10:03 PM
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FYI for anyone who uses Time4VPS to host their Masternodes.  I just found that both of mine were offline this morning.  Looking closer I found that I received an email stating that they were performing maintenance to migrate to new servers. Check your nodes to make sure they are running, if your VPS was affected make sure you log i and make sure your nodes are running.
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January 23, 2018, 03:15:06 PM
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We need to finally take down that Koinbi-scam.

Please do following three steps. We need to mark that Koinbi on browsers as phishing. It will prevent many visits there.
Probably it works the same as other Google services (like YT reports or in changes on maps). I mean more reports = higher priority = faster mark as scam by browser.

1. https://safebrowsing.google.com/safebrowsing/report_phish/?tpl=mozilla&hl=en&url=https%3A%2F%2Fkoinbi.com%2F
2. Solve CAPTCHA
2. Copy and paste:
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This site is designed to steal cryptocurrencies by it's creators. Take a look on multiple threads via Google Search about users which had deposited their money there but never got them back.
3. Click "Submit report".

Thanks for making Internet better place.

https://i.imgur.com/fwQQ7UO.png
Wow thanks for the guiding steps. I have finished. Hope that scam exchanges like this one will be taken down forever.
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January 23, 2018, 03:54:36 PM
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Koinbi.com would like to offer a free btc promotion for Solaris users!

For the next 48 hours every newly registered user (with atleast one trade completed) will be eligible for some free BTC.
You must make atleast one trade (to stop people creating multiple accounts) within the next 48 hours or you will not be eligible.

Good luck traders! We are always welcome to hear feedback from you!

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API: https://koinbi.com/api_v2

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Regards,
James and the team @ Koinbi.com


Do not deposit any money to Koinbi!

You won't be able to withdraw!

Koinbi is a SCAM!!!

Beware of scam:
- Koinbi.com exchange. Fake exchange rates, withdrawals don't work, no way to contact support.
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January 23, 2018, 04:23:17 PM
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Not sure if anyone already posted but you can now trade XLR on the new and upcoming decentralized exchange, Cryptobridge. It is the safest exchange out there as the exchange do not have access to your wallet keys, only you have control of your coins! Would recommend withdrawing your coins to Cryptobridge from the centralized exchanges with all the recent security issues.

https://wallet.crypto-bridge.org/market/BRIDGE.XLR_BRIDGE.BTC

They also pay you to trade there, 25% of the exchange profits go to market makers. Happy trading!
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January 23, 2018, 08:14:35 PM
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Is there any detail on how the MN budget system works? I see it mentioned here and on the website but I'm curious how it actually works.
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January 23, 2018, 09:20:23 PM
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Not sure if anyone already posted but you can now trade XLR on the new and upcoming decentralized exchange, Cryptobridge. It is the safest exchange out there as the exchange do not have access to your wallet keys, only you have control of your coins! Would recommend withdrawing your coins to Cryptobridge from the centralized exchanges with all the recent security issues.

https://wallet.crypto-bridge.org/market/BRIDGE.XLR_BRIDGE.BTC

They also pay you to trade there, 25% of the exchange profits go to market makers. Happy trading!
Yeah it's excellent! I already use it and bought part of my XLR there.
And withdrawals are made faster than at coinexchange.
However I didn't exactly understand about 25% and how the market maker program works.

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January 23, 2018, 09:47:41 PM
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The budget system hasn't been activated yet, as we still have funds held in escrow, but I would guess that the masternodes vote on who gets the budget. Then the rewards go to that address. The details, I'm not sure of, it may be similar to how other masternode coins work.

It's a method for allocating funds from the Solaris blockchain's block rewards to projects that support the Solaris network.

So, for example, we (the masternode owners) could vote for proposals, such as paying Salaries to the XLR Core Team. Usually, that's a good idea. Others could be marketing initiatives. Owners can vote to fund projects such as the announced exchange or vote changes in the system like block size increases (as was done with Dash) but we might not need those things considering we have 1 minute block times already.

If we take a cue from other masternode coins, I am guessing that proposals will require a certain amount of XLR to submit, maybe that's 5 XLR (I don't know the number, I am just guessing.) Then masternode owners vote either "Yes" or "No", and the net votes must exceed a certain percentage of all masternodes, so maybe if there are 600 nodes, any proposal will require maybe 10% or 60 net votes (yes minus no). Again, I don't know the numbers, maybe it's in the source code somewhere.

What can be said of the budget system and masternode governance is that it isn't a democracy. Since only the masternode owners can vote, you need to have at least 1000 XLR to vote. Since you need to be a significant investor, you are naturally incentivized to work for the good of the project.

It's also very expensive to try to force a Yes or No vote because that would require one person or group to have a lot of masternodes. If "they" do have the resources, it would be in their best interest to keep the network healthy and to make the charts go to the moon. (or the Sun.)

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January 23, 2018, 10:17:39 PM
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The budget system hasn't been activated yet, as we still have funds held in escrow, but I would guess that the masternodes vote on who gets the budget. Then the rewards go to that address. The details, I'm not sure of, it may be similar to how other masternode coins work.

It's a method for allocating funds from the Solaris blockchain's block rewards to projects that support the Solaris network.

So, for example, we (the masternode owners) could vote for proposals, such as paying Salaries to the XLR Core Team. Usually, that's a good idea. Others could be marketing initiatives. Owners can vote to fund projects such as the announced exchange or vote changes in the system like block size increases (as was done with Dash) but we might not need those things considering we have 1 minute block times already.

If we take a cue from other masternode coins, I am guessing that proposals will require a certain amount of XLR to submit, maybe that's 5 XLR (I don't know the number, I am just guessing.) Then masternode owners vote either "Yes" or "No", and the net votes must exceed a certain percentage of all masternodes, so maybe if there are 600 nodes, any proposal will require maybe 10% or 60 net votes (yes minus no). Again, I don't know the numbers, maybe it's in the source code somewhere.

What can be said of the budget system and masternode governance is that it isn't a democracy. Since only the masternode owners can vote, you need to have at least 1000 XLR to vote. Since you need to be a significant investor, you are naturally incentivized to work for the good of the project.

It's also very expensive to try to force a Yes or No vote because that would require one person or group to have a lot of masternodes. If "they" do have the resources, it would be in their best interest to keep the network healthy and to make the charts go to the moon. (or the Sun.)
It is not likely to be centralized, right? Thanks for your thread, which help me to understand clearer about the mechanism of masternodes voting.
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January 23, 2018, 10:36:20 PM
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It could only be centralized if the majority of masternodes were owned by one person/group... and that is not going to happen. Masternode owners are spread all over the world and will likely remain at least as decentralized as they are now, if not more so in the future.
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January 24, 2018, 02:11:05 AM
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The budget system hasn't been activated yet, as we still have funds held in escrow, but I would guess that the masternodes vote on who gets the budget. Then the rewards go to that address. The details, I'm not sure of, it may be similar to how other masternode coins work.

It's a method for allocating funds from the Solaris blockchain's block rewards to projects that support the Solaris network.

So, for example, we (the masternode owners) could vote for proposals, such as paying Salaries to the XLR Core Team. Usually, that's a good idea. Others could be marketing initiatives. Owners can vote to fund projects such as the announced exchange or vote changes in the system like block size increases (as was done with Dash) but we might not need those things considering we have 1 minute block times already.

If we take a cue from other masternode coins, I am guessing that proposals will require a certain amount of XLR to submit, maybe that's 5 XLR (I don't know the number, I am just guessing.) Then masternode owners vote either "Yes" or "No", and the net votes must exceed a certain percentage of all masternodes, so maybe if there are 600 nodes, any proposal will require maybe 10% or 60 net votes (yes minus no). Again, I don't know the numbers, maybe it's in the source code somewhere.

What can be said of the budget system and masternode governance is that it isn't a democracy. Since only the masternode owners can vote, you need to have at least 1000 XLR to vote. Since you need to be a significant investor, you are naturally incentivized to work for the good of the project.

It's also very expensive to try to force a Yes or No vote because that would require one person or group to have a lot of masternodes. If "they" do have the resources, it would be in their best interest to keep the network healthy and to make the charts go to the moon. (or the Sun.)
Thank for your specific explaining how the mechanism of masternode voting system actually works. It is likely to satisfy my curiosity.

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January 24, 2018, 02:16:22 AM
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waiting airdrop. i will try to mining.
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