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February 28, 2018, 07:14:42 AM
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February 28, 2018, 07:58:35 AM
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As a developer I don't trust the team, it's clear there are problems and the situation it's pretty scary, they postponed the Zerocoin implementation from february to april but devs are not working, check yourself guys, in GitHub repository (https://github.com/Solaris-Project/Solaris/) the latest commit was ONE MONTH AGO (Latest commit 5294ddf on 28 Jan), too much in this field, expecially if you have to respect a promise......
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February 28, 2018, 09:57:08 AM
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February 28, 2018, 11:16:13 AM
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As a developer I don't trust the team, it's clear there are problems and the situation it's pretty scary, they postponed the Zerocoin implementation from february to april but devs are not working, check yourself guys, in GitHub repository (https://github.com/Solaris-Project/Solaris/) the latest commit was ONE MONTH AGO (Latest commit 5294ddf on 28 Jan), too much in this field, expecially if you have to respect a promise......

I also don't trush that developer KEESDEWIT,  he can't make working stable his first coin AMS (Amsterdam Coin) its wallet crashes all the time after switch to PoS  and I suppose XLR possible will have same problem since PIVX codebase is not tested enough and need an experienced dev with free time to support it and fix at time, that KEESDEWIT is not such dev obviously.

Also how I already said many times - after restart the wallet (AMS, XLR, any coin on PIVX codebase) it needs to reindex all blocks.  Well for now it takes ~10 minutes, but in the future (with more blocks) it will take more and more time!  It needs to be fixed, so PIVX codebase should be fixed before use on serious projects.

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February 28, 2018, 11:40:42 AM
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As a developer I don't trust the team, it's clear there are problems and the situation it's pretty scary, they postponed the Zerocoin implementation from february to april but devs are not working, check yourself guys, in GitHub repository (https://github.com/Solaris-Project/Solaris/) the latest commit was ONE MONTH AGO (Latest commit 5294ddf on 28 Jan), too much in this field, expecially if you have to respect a promise......

I also don't trush that developer KEESDEWIT,  he can't make working stable his first coin AMS (Amsterdam Coin) its wallet crashes all the time after switch to PoS  and I suppose XLR possible will have same problem since PIVX codebase is not tested enough and need an experienced dev with free time to support it and fix at time, that KEESDEWIT is not such dev obviously.

Also how I already said many times - after restart the wallet (AMS, XLR, any coin on PIVX codebase) it needs to reindex all blocks.  Well for now it takes ~10 minutes, but in the future (with more blocks) it will take more and more time!  It needs to be fixed, so PIVX codebase should be fixed before use on serious projects.

I was thinking to buy some Solaris. But now I think it's worth it to check your comments. I'm looking for whitepaper and team for this project to see if serious project or not but I can't find any info

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February 28, 2018, 11:46:11 AM
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February 28, 2018, 12:05:36 PM
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You are the first person that tells me that the AMS wallet crashes all the time after switching to PoS. Did you see anyone else complaining about it on the AMS topic? Did you even try to run it on another computer before posting? My guess is that its a local computer problem. The reindex of blocks does not happen here and I have it running on 5 different computers. None of them crash nor require reindex on start.

@ale22: Its postponed to a later time, but what makes you think it requires additional work?

To make a long story short, I will do additional testing before Solaris gets into PoS. Just to make sure everything works well as we think it does at the moment and will be after switching to PoS.

As a developer I don't trust the team, it's clear there are problems and the situation it's pretty scary, they postponed the Zerocoin implementation from february to april but devs are not working, check yourself guys, in GitHub repository (https://github.com/Solaris-Project/Solaris/) the latest commit was ONE MONTH AGO (Latest commit 5294ddf on 28 Jan), too much in this field, expecially if you have to respect a promise......

I also don't trush that developer KEESDEWIT,  he can't make working stable his first coin AMS (Amsterdam Coin) its wallet crashes all the time after switch to PoS  and I suppose XLR possible will have same problem since PIVX codebase is not tested enough and need an experienced dev with free time to support it and fix at time, that KEESDEWIT is not such dev obviously.

Also how I already said many times - after restart the wallet (AMS, XLR, any coin on PIVX codebase) it needs to reindex all blocks.  Well for now it takes ~10 minutes, but in the future (with more blocks) it will take more and more time!  It needs to be fixed, so PIVX codebase should be fixed before use on serious projects.

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February 28, 2018, 12:41:35 PM
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You are the first person that tells me that the AMS wallet crashes all the time after switching to PoS. Did you see anyone else complaining about it on the AMS topic? Did you even try to run it on another computer before posting? My guess is that its a local computer problem. The reindex of blocks does not happen here and I have it running on 5 different computers. None of them crash nor require reindex on start.

How that (screenshot) can be local PC problem?  it's problem of codebase or blockchain






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February 28, 2018, 12:51:09 PM
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You are the first person that tells me that the AMS wallet crashes all the time after switching to PoS. Did you see anyone else complaining about it on the AMS topic? Did you even try to run it on another computer before posting? My guess is that its a local computer problem. The reindex of blocks does not happen here and I have it running on 5 different computers. None of them crash nor require reindex on start.

How that (screenshot) can be local PC problem?  it's problem of codebase or blockchain

https://cryptohub.online/static/img/ams_crash.png




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What is the problem with that? Its just normal behaviour. A block is generated that does not meet the consensus rules and is therefor rejected. Thats it. Nothing special or wrong.

So if your conclusion is "it's problem of codebase or blockchain" then please explain where the problem is. You must be very knowledgeable about blockchains to draw such a conclusion with this level of certainty. Even certain enough to tell people in public that you do not trust me? So show us your knowledge and explain to us why this is a blockchain problem as you conclude.

You are the first person that tells me that the AMS wallet crashes all the time after switching to PoS. Did you see anyone else complaining about it on the AMS topic? Did you even try to run it on another computer before posting? My guess is that its a local computer problem. The reindex of blocks does not happen here and I have it running on 5 different computers. None of them crash nor require reindex on start.

How that (screenshot) can be local PC problem?  it's problem of codebase or blockchain







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What is the problem with that? Its just normal behaviour. A block is generated that does not meet the consensus rules and is therefor rejected. Thats it. Nothing special or wrong.

So if your conclusion is "it's problem of codebase or blockchain" then please explain where the problem is. You must be very knowledgeable about blockchains to draw such a conclusion with this level of certainty. Even certain enough to tell people in public that you do not trust me? So show us your knowledge and explain to us why this is a blockchain problem as you conclude.

You are the first person that tells me that the AMS wallet crashes all the time after switching to PoS. Did you see anyone else complaining about it on the AMS topic? Did you even try to run it on another computer before posting? My guess is that its a local computer problem. The reindex of blocks does not happen here and I have it running on 5 different computers. None of them crash nor require reindex on start.

How that (screenshot) can be local PC problem?  it's problem of codebase or blockchain





what generated blocks if AMS already is full PoS ?   wallet automatically generates pos blocks so it should not generate wrong blocks

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February 28, 2018, 01:47:05 PM
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PoS blocks are generated and validated just as PoW blocks. This warning message (not even an error) can be caused by someone who modified the source code of the wallet to let it function in their advantage. As you see in the message it did not work. The block was rejected and thats only a positive thing. Nothing special or wrong

Now I ask you again:
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So if your conclusion is "it's problem of codebase or blockchain" then please explain where the problem is. You must be very knowledgeable about blockchains to draw such a conclusion with this level of certainty. Even certain enough to tell people in public that you do not trust me? So show us your knowledge and explain to us why this is a blockchain problem as you conclude.


What is the problem with that? Its just normal behaviour. A block is generated that does not meet the consensus rules and is therefor rejected. Thats it. Nothing special or wrong.

So if your conclusion is "it's problem of codebase or blockchain" then please explain where the problem is. You must be very knowledgeable about blockchains to draw such a conclusion with this level of certainty. Even certain enough to tell people in public that you do not trust me? So show us your knowledge and explain to us why this is a blockchain problem as you conclude.

You are the first person that tells me that the AMS wallet crashes all the time after switching to PoS. Did you see anyone else complaining about it on the AMS topic? Did you even try to run it on another computer before posting? My guess is that its a local computer problem. The reindex of blocks does not happen here and I have it running on 5 different computers. None of them crash nor require reindex on start.

How that (screenshot) can be local PC problem?  it's problem of codebase or blockchain





what generated blocks if AMS already is full PoS ?   wallet automatically generates pos blocks so it should not generate wrong blocks

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February 28, 2018, 01:57:26 PM
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PoS blocks are generated and validated just as PoW blocks. This warning message (not even an error) can be caused by someone who modified the source code of the wallet to let it function in their advantage. As you see in the message it did not work. The block was rejected and thats only a positive thing. Nothing special or wrong

Now I ask you again:
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So if your conclusion is "it's problem of codebase or blockchain" then please explain where the problem is. You must be very knowledgeable about blockchains to draw such a conclusion with this level of certainty. Even certain enough to tell people in public that you do not trust me? So show us your knowledge and explain to us why this is a blockchain problem as you conclude.


What is the problem with that? Its just normal behaviour. A block is generated that does not meet the consensus rules and is therefor rejected. Thats it. Nothing special or wrong.

So if your conclusion is "it's problem of codebase or blockchain" then please explain where the problem is. You must be very knowledgeable about blockchains to draw such a conclusion with this level of certainty. Even certain enough to tell people in public that you do not trust me? So show us your knowledge and explain to us why this is a blockchain problem as you conclude.

You are the first person that tells me that the AMS wallet crashes all the time after switching to PoS. Did you see anyone else complaining about it on the AMS topic? Did you even try to run it on another computer before posting? My guess is that its a local computer problem. The reindex of blocks does not happen here and I have it running on 5 different computers. None of them crash nor require reindex on start.

How that (screenshot) can be local PC problem?  it's problem of codebase or blockchain





what generated blocks if AMS already is full PoS ?   wallet automatically generates pos blocks so it should not generate wrong blocks

that messages is last string from wallet log file,  so it was the reason of crashing

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Yet another wrong conclusion: "so it was the reason of crashing" There are many (environment specific) reasons why something can crash without even writing to the log. Wallets compiled with wrong dependencies for example can cause segmentation faults. In most cases this would not write any log record to debug.log.

How about telling people that you are the fuckup here and not me?

PoS blocks are generated and validated just as PoW blocks. This warning message (not even an error) can be caused by someone who modified the source code of the wallet to let it function in their advantage. As you see in the message it did not work. The block was rejected and thats only a positive thing. Nothing special or wrong

Now I ask you again:
Quote
So if your conclusion is "it's problem of codebase or blockchain" then please explain where the problem is. You must be very knowledgeable about blockchains to draw such a conclusion with this level of certainty. Even certain enough to tell people in public that you do not trust me? So show us your knowledge and explain to us why this is a blockchain problem as you conclude.


What is the problem with that? Its just normal behaviour. A block is generated that does not meet the consensus rules and is therefor rejected. Thats it. Nothing special or wrong.

So if your conclusion is "it's problem of codebase or blockchain" then please explain where the problem is. You must be very knowledgeable about blockchains to draw such a conclusion with this level of certainty. Even certain enough to tell people in public that you do not trust me? So show us your knowledge and explain to us why this is a blockchain problem as you conclude.

You are the first person that tells me that the AMS wallet crashes all the time after switching to PoS. Did you see anyone else complaining about it on the AMS topic? Did you even try to run it on another computer before posting? My guess is that its a local computer problem. The reindex of blocks does not happen here and I have it running on 5 different computers. None of them crash nor require reindex on start.

How that (screenshot) can be local PC problem?  it's problem of codebase or blockchain





what generated blocks if AMS already is full PoS ?   wallet automatically generates pos blocks so it should not generate wrong blocks

that messages is last string from wallet log file,  so it was the reason of crashing

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We have complete trust in Keesdewit as the lead developer of Solaris.
There is no indication that either XLR or AMS is not working as intended. Issues that have been encountered to date have been dealt with swiftly and efficiently.










Thank you for support Solaris !




  
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We have complete trust in Keesdewit as the lead developer of Solaris.
There is no indication that either XLR or AMS is not working as intended. Issues that have been encountered to date have been dealt with swiftly and efficiently.





https://solaris.coinstatistics.online/Stats/MasternodeCount
https://solaris.coinstatistics.online/Stats/BlockCount
https://solaris.coinstatistics.online/Stats/PowDifficulty
https://solaris.coinstatistics.online/Stats/NetworkHashRate

Thank you for support Solaris !




It is really good to hear from you to end the argument. In Solaris and it's devs, I believe.
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I was thinking to buy some Solaris. But now I think it's worth it to check your comments. I'm looking for whitepaper and team for this project to see if serious project or not but I can't find any info

The developer has deceived a large number of people and if he reveals information about himself, he may suffer. So You won't be able to find information about it.
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💥Solaris on UMINE.ORG💥


Fast and stable mining pool

Code:
-a xevan -o stratum+tcp://s.umine.org:3739 -u WALLET_ADDRESS -p c=XLR -R 3

Payouts every hour.

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March 01, 2018, 10:48:12 AM
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Thank you for your support !

  
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March 01, 2018, 03:25:49 PM
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Stop fudding in the Solaris Announcement unless you are going to cause the mining difficulty to decrease; if so, please continue.

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