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May 02, 2018, 08:14:29 AM
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I have 2-4 stake rewards per day but all of them are orfans. (It seems I'm on the right chain - height is the same as in explorer) Can it be fixed?


I am also getting a reasonable number of orphans, and also on the right chain

This can happen and will happen more often as more and more people start staking. So now there is a lot of competition to earn a stake which might be the reason why you are seeing a lot more orphan blocks. This is why when staking I like to have my coins split up into blocks of say 100 for Solaris and not just have them all in one large block. AS we know it takes 102 confirmations for coins to confirm once they stake and if you had them all in one large block you would have to wait until they confirm and then mature again. So say for example you have 500 XLR its best to split them into either 5x 100 coin blocks or 2x 250 blocks. So if one stakes you still have the other blocks staking ready to earn a reward/s. This is my tip for the Solaris community when it comes to staking coins that pay the same staking reward no matter how many coins you stake so that is why its best to split them up into smaller blocks, but not too small as they could take days to stake. That is why I suggest either 100 coin blocks or 250 coin blocks. 

how do i do this? I want to stake with a desktop wallet. thank you
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May 02, 2018, 01:17:49 PM
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I have 2-4 stake rewards per day but all of them are orfans. (It seems I'm on the right chain - height is the same as in explorer) Can it be fixed?


I am also getting a reasonable number of orphans, and also on the right chain

This can happen and will happen more often as more and more people start staking. So now there is a lot of competition to earn a stake which might be the reason why you are seeing a lot more orphan blocks. This is why when staking I like to have my coins split up into blocks of say 100 for Solaris and not just have them all in one large block. AS we know it takes 102 confirmations for coins to confirm once they stake and if you had them all in one large block you would have to wait until they confirm and then mature again. So say for example you have 500 XLR its best to split them into either 5x 100 coin blocks or 2x 250 blocks. So if one stakes you still have the other blocks staking ready to earn a reward/s. This is my tip for the Solaris community when it comes to staking coins that pay the same staking reward no matter how many coins you stake so that is why its best to split them up into smaller blocks, but not too small as they could take days to stake. That is why I suggest either 100 coin blocks or 250 coin blocks. 

how do i do this? I want to stake with a desktop wallet. thank you

You have to buy some XLR coins from exchange and after withdrawal to your wallet address. After you have coins on your wallet, you must encrypt wallet and after unlock wallet for staking. If you have any other question ask here and i will reply asap.
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May 02, 2018, 03:50:14 PM
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You are likely one of smart investors. Welcome to the community of Solaris masternode owners (if it has really existed, I would like to join).
Its my second turn with 10 Masternodes and i had made real good Profits with Solaris in the Last 6 Month.

Not everyone can do like you. What they usually do is buy high, sell low, repeatedly.
Buy low sell high, and i think the Price now is a again a good Price to buy XLR and at the next Points in the Roadmap i think its a good Decisssion to hold long term with Masternodes and Stakes.

I know what you mean with "Not everyone can do like you. What they usually do is buy high, sell low, repeatedly."

But what is what all People learn in Child Time ... all what is up is good and what it is down is bad.

The hardest Lessons to learn by Invests is to think in the other Direction.

Of course its also important to learn how analyse where you invest and so on ... but the hardest lesson is the "think in the other direction" Story.

And the second hard Lesson is to learn "be patient".

Everyone who can cover and practice this ... can win on the Markets.

some good advice  Cool
what do you mean by "think in the other direction"? making gains/increasing bag while a coin lowers in value? something I'm getting better at but still need some improvement on.
The hardest bit I had to get my head around for trading was gains and fiat values because tax
when I started I was always setting prices above what I'd paid in btc not realising I was actually making a loss because btc had lowered in price, still how I trade now tbh as long as I get more btc out than I put in I'm happy
patience is easy for me but its engrained in my personality, I'm so laid back that I'm almost horizontal  Cheesy

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May 02, 2018, 04:09:57 PM
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Another advice, fella!
Never should over quote old threads like this, which will make your thread a bit messy, hard to follow the flow of ideas.
Which threads did you really want to mention in your thread? Is it the last one or all of those threads you quoted?
I guess it is the last one (in most cases).

aside from the first 2 paragraphs it's all relevant i usually blank out the irrelevant parts with "..." as you are quite right it helps, would've been useful for you to use some of the post as reference rather than blanking it all out though.  Tongue edited those out for you

You have to buy some XLR coins from exchange and after withdrawal to your wallet address. After you have coins on your wallet, you must encrypt wallet and after unlock wallet for staking. If you have any other question ask here and i will reply asap.
Another important note, Stakers should pay attention on staking icon. If it is green one, that means staking process has been activated successfully. If not, they should restart the wallet and check whether the icon (which stays at the right bottom of wallet) or not.

and another mine didn't stake until I added
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staking=1
to the conf file, you can find the conf file in your data directory

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May 03, 2018, 06:01:42 AM
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I have 2-4 stake rewards per day but all of them are orfans. (It seems I'm on the right chain - height is the same as in explorer) Can it be fixed?


I am also getting a reasonable number of orphans, and also on the right chain

This can happen and will happen more often as more and more people start staking. So now there is a lot of competition to earn a stake which might be the reason why you are seeing a lot more orphan blocks. This is why when staking I like to have my coins split up into blocks of say 100 for Solaris and not just have them all in one large block. AS we know it takes 102 confirmations for coins to confirm once they stake and if you had them all in one large block you would have to wait until they confirm and then mature again. So say for example you have 500 XLR its best to split them into either 5x 100 coin blocks or 2x 250 blocks. So if one stakes you still have the other blocks staking ready to earn a reward/s. This is my tip for the Solaris community when it comes to staking coins that pay the same staking reward no matter how many coins you stake so that is why its best to split them up into smaller blocks, but not too small as they could take days to stake. That is why I suggest either 100 coin blocks or 250 coin blocks. 

how do i do this? I want to stake with a desktop wallet. thank you

You have to buy some XLR coins from exchange and after withdrawal to your wallet address. After you have coins on your wallet, you must encrypt wallet and after unlock wallet for staking. If you have any other question ask here and i will reply asap.

thanks for the quick response and help. I understand this. But how do i make multiple wallets on a desktop wallet that will allow all of them to stake in different blocks.
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May 03, 2018, 06:28:14 AM
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I have 2-4 stake rewards per day but all of them are orfans. (It seems I'm on the right chain - height is the same as in explorer) Can it be fixed?


I am also getting a reasonable number of orphans, and also on the right chain

This can happen and will happen more often as more and more people start staking. So now there is a lot of competition to earn a stake which might be the reason why you are seeing a lot more orphan blocks. This is why when staking I like to have my coins split up into blocks of say 100 for Solaris and not just have them all in one large block. AS we know it takes 102 confirmations for coins to confirm once they stake and if you had them all in one large block you would have to wait until they confirm and then mature again. So say for example you have 500 XLR its best to split them into either 5x 100 coin blocks or 2x 250 blocks. So if one stakes you still have the other blocks staking ready to earn a reward/s. This is my tip for the Solaris community when it comes to staking coins that pay the same staking reward no matter how many coins you stake so that is why its best to split them up into smaller blocks, but not too small as they could take days to stake. That is why I suggest either 100 coin blocks or 250 coin blocks. 

how do i do this? I want to stake with a desktop wallet. thank you

You have to buy some XLR coins from exchange and after withdrawal to your wallet address. After you have coins on your wallet, you must encrypt wallet and after unlock wallet for staking. If you have any other question ask here and i will reply asap.

thanks for the quick response and help. I understand this. But how do i make multiple wallets on a desktop wallet that will allow all of them to stake in different blocks.
It's easy, just create new address in existing wallet, you can create as many as you need. Than send some amount to new addresses and you're done
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May 03, 2018, 07:18:51 AM
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Please stay tuned - zXLR  guide will be ready soon.

Thank you for supporting Solaris !


What I know is zXLR will boost up the staking process and reduce waiting time to earn staking rewards for stakers, right?
Consequently, zXLR is worthy to wait for its release.

zXLR is already out and working.
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May 03, 2018, 07:50:32 AM
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Please stay tuned - zXLR  guide will be ready soon.

Thank you for supporting Solaris !


What I know is zXLR will boost up the staking process and reduce waiting time to earn staking rewards for stakers, right?
Consequently, zXLR is worthy to wait for its release.

zXLR is already out and working.

how to get zXLR, what should have XLR and mine it on wallet?
or this kind of swap
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May 03, 2018, 08:35:39 AM
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Solaris price has kept decreasing. What's happened with the project?
I think recently Solaris project has shown lots of good movements internally. Why its price kept falling?

It is possible that someone did a one-stage high sales volume (2000 HLR), which led to a price reduction.
Another option: short-term investors were waiting for a sharp increase after the inclusion of POS and zXLR and it did not happen and they are selling.
My opinion is that the price will in time correspond to a similar coin XZC($44).
And judging by the coin PIVX, going steadily up. Solaris will also wait for its success.

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May 03, 2018, 01:57:45 PM
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I don't think you will get higher staking rewards by spliting your coins into smaller pieces and let each piece stake separately. Less staking weights (due to less coins) will result in less staking rewards. Why not stake all your coins which stored in only one wallet address?

all addresses in the same wallet will contribute to your weight you just wont get you anymore coins than having them all in the same address.
you dont even need to manually split your inputs you can set them to autosplit at whatever value you'd like thanks to setstakesplitthreshold  Cool

splitting does help as it gives you more chances to stake and you use less weight per stake

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May 04, 2018, 01:53:10 AM
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Personally, my wallet has staked for several days, which equal to more than one week, and different addresses in my wallet got different wave of staking rewards.
The period between two continuous rewards are almost the same for addresses with the same staking weights (by owning the same amount of Solaris).
By the way, as the Solaris roadmap shown, the txbit.io exchange might be released in the fourth quarter of the year 2018. I hope that the exchange will be launched a bit sooner, might be in the third quarter this year.
Best wishes for all.
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May 04, 2018, 02:05:35 AM
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Before the start of the POS program, the activity on the developers forum and in Xlr trades was more active, what happened. Is it time to stir up our favorite project. I would like to see the growth of the project.

 
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May 04, 2018, 02:18:54 AM
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I think that XLR will grow more. This trades and the drops price looks like a whale move to dump the price to get more coins. I trust Solaris and the price will grow this year.

 I think XLR dev will launch a new signature campaign when txbit.io exchange is launched or before the launch.
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May 04, 2018, 04:59:47 AM
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I believe that it will.
I think that XLR will grow more. This trades and the drops price looks like a whale move to dump the price to get more coins. I trust Solaris and the price will grow this year.

I am waiting for this one, too. Hope that I will have another opportunity to cooperate with SolarisDev.
I think XLR dev will launch a new signature campaign when txbit.io exchange is launched or before the launch.

What did you mean? Is it a typo, inactive instead of active?
Before the start of the POS program, the activity on the developers forum and in Xlr trades was more active, what happened.
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May 04, 2018, 08:35:37 AM
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Personally, my wallet has staked for several days, which equal to more than one week, and different addresses in my wallet got different wave of staking rewards.
The period between two continuous rewards are almost the same for addresses with the same staking weights (by owning the same amount of Solaris).
By the way, as the Solaris roadmap shown, the txbit.io exchange might be released in the fourth quarter of the year 2018. I hope that the exchange will be launched a bit sooner, might be in the third quarter this year.
Best wishes for all.

what? I read in January that txbi.io will start in June. So again change of the date?
That's why the price dump so much
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May 04, 2018, 01:21:17 PM
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Personally, my wallet has staked for several days, which equal to more than one week, and different addresses in my wallet got different wave of staking rewards.
The period between two continuous rewards are almost the same for addresses with the same staking weights (by owning the same amount of Solaris).
By the way, as the Solaris roadmap shown, the txbit.io exchange might be released in the fourth quarter of the year 2018. I hope that the exchange will be launched a bit sooner, might be in the third quarter this year.
Best wishes for all.

what? I read in January that txbi.io will start in June. So again change of the date?
That's why the price dump so much

Learn2read then. There was no statement that txbit.io will go live in June... it was always Q3 for beta, Q4 for full release.

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May 04, 2018, 09:14:10 PM
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Hey guys ...so if I have 1000 coins for a masternode and I leave the wallet open for staking..(coins are locked)
I still get also staking reward for these 1000 coins or not?
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May 04, 2018, 09:16:44 PM
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Solaris has achieved quite remarkable progress in 2018, current price is only a fraction where it should be. Few people might have different opinion but I personally think Solaris has every chance to make a new all time high very soon. Comparing with Zcoin, it is much undervalued with such a good progress line and roadmap.

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May 04, 2018, 09:50:20 PM
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you have no clue at all  about comparing coins like zcoin with solaris


solaris have even not 1 known team member...
thats very very bad...

they can disappear and nobody ever would find them

or they had lot of times massive problems with their wallet..
1-2 weeks ago the blockchain was not working at all for some days (not possible to send any coins) etc

currently the Mac wallet is not working under new (apple high Sierra)

so use your brain a little bit more you chiller


yes there could  be massive gains but also its extremely risky


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you have no clue at all  about comparing coins like zcoin with solaris


solaris have even not 1 known team member...
thats very very bad...

they can disappear and nobody ever would find them

so use your brain a little bit more

Perhaps think a bit more before you comment. I used the word compare for a reason. There is nothing wrong in comparing something with a reference object/project. I did not say Solaris and Zcoin projects are same.

On that note, there are plenty of example in the crypto space where many successful projects started with anonymous developers. Did you know Bitcoin developers?

If you look closely, features and future plans of Solaris might seem better than Zcoin, other than enjoying an exceptional brand value.

Block chain was not working because Solaris went through a transition phase from PoW to pure PoS which was in the roadmap and has been announced for long. It is not unexpected to have these kind of  issues during such transitions. Also, zerocoin protocol was implemented at the same time, which was not easy and not many projects could achieve it yet. Can you please mention any big and good project that did not suffer any blockchain problem? Did you know that even Ethereum had huge issues in the past?

Not everything that goes smoothly, but I have seen that Solaris developers are very much active and solve problems promptly, unlike many other projects. I am not a mac user but I am quite sure they are working on any issue that needs to get resolved.

However, anyone can disagree with my personal opinion but at least should provide some logical argument using their own brain before questioning my brain functionality! Quite ironic.

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