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Author Topic: [ANN][ECA] Electra ⚡ | POS 3.0e | Super Rewards Bonanza  (Read 142342 times)
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June 26, 2017, 06:49:50 PM
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The dump was to be expected, knowing the tensions and the hashrates that were involved in the Bonanza stage. Can't blame them. It's a normal situation and a good opportunity to buy.
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June 26, 2017, 06:59:08 PM
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Novaexchange has updated to the latest wallet. You can trade there without issues.
sure,,,but now you can look yor coin dead lol
I sold only 300,000 coins, but did not throw out 100,000,000 coins as did other school children by killing the market

What did you used to mine that? D:
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June 26, 2017, 07:41:22 PM
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what coin did you sell it for
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June 26, 2017, 07:54:59 PM
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My portfolio is catching up so far. Locked in 90.20% and only got an active connection, even though I have added the NODES that it has in the initial thread. Does anyone have more nodes?

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June 26, 2017, 08:06:00 PM
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Try this
Code:
addnode=1.4.130.190:5817
addnode=109.254.30.43:5817
addnode=139.162.166.112:5817
addnode=151.250.15.203:5817
addnode=158.129.230.143:5817
addnode=177.0.232.253:5817
addnode=178.75.12.107:5817
addnode=180.216.143.173:5817
addnode=186.18.176.197:5817
addnode=188.216.163.52:5817
addnode=188.243.206.4:5817
addnode=192.52.167.131:5817
addnode=196.210.53.133:5817
addnode=196.215.152.247:5817
addnode=2.92.249.27:5817
addnode=201.67.222.0:5817
addnode=212.64.198.41:5817
addnode=216.164.140.206:5817
addnode=217.77.59.45:5817
addnode=24.224.249.78:5817
addnode=31.181.35.201:5817
addnode=31.23.190.100:5817
addnode=31.41.244.154:5817
addnode=31.50.129.111:5817
addnode=37.1.24.176:5817
addnode=46.147.193.168:5817
addnode=5.9.73.100:5817
addnode=50.71.89.36:5817
addnode=52.41.97.84:5817
addnode=59.189.82.66:5817
addnode=60.252.33.249:5817
addnode=71.251.237.229:5817
addnode=73.49.126.34:5817
addnode=73.59.107.199:5817
addnode=78.164.100.196:5817
addnode=78.176.224.50:5817
addnode=78.182.35.218:5817
addnode=78.46.142.25:5817
addnode=81.152.71.161:5817
addnode=81.2.47.171:5817
addnode=82.211.31.215:5817
addnode=84.200.210.130:5817
addnode=84.42.23.120:5817
addnode=87.89.188.23:5817
addnode=88.99.249.223:5817
addnode=89.252.50.9:5817
addnode=89.78.220.136:5817
addnode=91.224.235.73:5817
addnode=94.158.93.121:5817
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addnode=95.106.221.87:5817
addnode=95.26.85.213:5817
addnode=96.33.131.50:5817
addnode=98.179.0.138:5817
addnode=98.222.76.4:5817

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June 26, 2017, 08:25:25 PM
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Try this
Code:
addnode=1.4.130.190:5817
addnode=109.254.30.43:5817
addnode=139.162.166.112:5817
addnode=151.250.15.203:5817
addnode=158.129.230.143:5817
addnode=177.0.232.253:5817
addnode=178.75.12.107:5817
addnode=180.216.143.173:5817
addnode=186.18.176.197:5817
addnode=188.216.163.52:5817
addnode=188.243.206.4:5817
addnode=192.52.167.131:5817
addnode=196.210.53.133:5817
addnode=196.215.152.247:5817
addnode=2.92.249.27:5817
addnode=201.67.222.0:5817
addnode=212.64.198.41:5817
addnode=216.164.140.206:5817
addnode=217.77.59.45:5817
addnode=24.224.249.78:5817
addnode=31.181.35.201:5817
addnode=31.23.190.100:5817
addnode=31.41.244.154:5817
addnode=31.50.129.111:5817
addnode=37.1.24.176:5817
addnode=46.147.193.168:5817
addnode=5.9.73.100:5817
addnode=50.71.89.36:5817
addnode=52.41.97.84:5817
addnode=59.189.82.66:5817
addnode=60.252.33.249:5817
addnode=71.251.237.229:5817
addnode=73.49.126.34:5817
addnode=73.59.107.199:5817
addnode=78.164.100.196:5817
addnode=78.176.224.50:5817
addnode=78.182.35.218:5817
addnode=78.46.142.25:5817
addnode=81.152.71.161:5817
addnode=81.2.47.171:5817
addnode=82.211.31.215:5817
addnode=84.200.210.130:5817
addnode=84.42.23.120:5817
addnode=87.89.188.23:5817
addnode=88.99.249.223:5817
addnode=89.252.50.9:5817
addnode=89.78.220.136:5817
addnode=91.224.235.73:5817
addnode=94.158.93.121:5817
addnode=94.23.102.99:5817
addnode=95.106.221.87:5817
addnode=95.26.85.213:5817
addnode=96.33.131.50:5817
addnode=98.179.0.138:5817
addnode=98.222.76.4:5817

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June 27, 2017, 12:40:31 AM
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Hi Any particular reason u need that miner? Are you trying to mine ECA? If so what hardware? I'll help if i can.

not eca

its because i want to try a different nist5 miner (or talkcoin modification kernel) for some other nist5 coins i am testing
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June 27, 2017, 12:44:43 AM
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Use  " sgminer-timetravel-5.6.1-nicehash-9-windows-amd64 "

https://eca.acc-pool.pw/index.php?page=statistics&action=pool  my worker is sparkweb


sgminer will not connect to the pool

"probing for an alive pool"

firewall is open on the correct port and i have the correct username and password

Anyone know how to fix this?


Can you please give us a download link for sgminer-timetravel-5.6.1-nicehash-9-windows-amd64? I cant find this version on google.

me too, i want it

i can not find it with that name at least

 Huh

there is honestly no point in trying to mine ECA now,
by the time POW finishes there is the possibility of mining 815 coins, if you got all the blocks left ...

at the current value, they are worth less than 1 satoshi Smiley



thanks friend, i am not into ECA

i wish to try that miner the guy mentioned in others nist5 coins i am following to check if the hash improves
at moment i just have a miner sp with mod nist5 (4.1) but i saw someone here said other miner (5.6.1 timetravel/it has nist5 in his kernels)

it was the reason i was asking for a link

thanks
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June 27, 2017, 01:01:12 AM
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dev, if we need donate for bittrex, just list bittrex donate BTC addr.
(if my own explorer is right - you have 2.7/3.0 BTC for bittrex listing)
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June 27, 2017, 03:48:34 AM
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1.503 BTC 24 hour volume.  Only about 10 more days until we break through that 0.00000001 Buy wall.
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June 27, 2017, 04:52:44 AM
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1.503 BTC 24 hour volume.  Only about 10 more days until we break through that 0.00000001 Buy wall.

let's punch through that 0.00000001 wall and then shoot to the moon Smiley
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June 27, 2017, 05:21:07 AM
Last edit: June 27, 2017, 05:33:14 AM by bumbacoin
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update

only necessary for staking purposes


we are still working on ensuring network stability and health,
and will be rolling more updates over time


please update to new version, which will help to ensure stakes split automatically

https://github.com/bumbacoin/Electra/releases/tag/1121



edit
due to a majority of windows users at the moment only windows releases are offered,
if there are many mac users please let me know so i can build as needed

when we have more final releases available OSX releases will be included

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June 27, 2017, 06:36:09 AM
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Dev, any news about blockexplorer? All transactions are untraceable! Fully anonymity Cool Grin Grin

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June 27, 2017, 06:50:31 AM
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somebody sell 1 satoshi price on nova exchange and he has 1713858083 coins and total amount is 17.13858083 BTC.

RIP
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June 27, 2017, 06:55:32 AM
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somebody sell 1 satoshi price on nova exchange and he has 1713858083 coins and total amount is 17.13858083 BTC.

RIP


I hope you know that the 1 satoshi wall is multiple people... Exchanges wouldn't list multiple 1 satoshi walls so you can "pick and choose" which 1 satoshi wall you want to buy from, that'd be kind of dumb.
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June 27, 2017, 06:57:22 AM
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somebody sell 1 satoshi price on nova exchange and he has 1713858083 coins and total amount is 17.13858083 BTC.

RIP


I hope you know that the 1 satoshi wall is multiple people... Exchanges wouldn't list multiple 1 satoshi walls so you can "pick and choose" which 1 satoshi wall you want to buy from, that'd be kind of dumb.

Oh i wasnt know that. ok but there isnt any buyer for 1 satoshi this is too bad.
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June 27, 2017, 06:59:40 AM
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somebody sell 1 satoshi price on nova exchange and he has 1713858083 coins and total amount is 17.13858083 BTC.

RIP


I hope you know that the 1 satoshi wall is multiple people... Exchanges wouldn't list multiple 1 satoshi walls so you can "pick and choose" which 1 satoshi wall you want to buy from, that'd be kind of dumb.

Oh i wasnt know that. ok but there isnt any buyer for 1 satoshi this is too bad.

It might take a few days but I have high hopes for this coin, the people selling at 1 satoshi just want instant gratification
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June 27, 2017, 10:21:43 AM
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Any new exchange (Cryptopia, Coinexchange, Bittrex...) and ECA will rise. Now on Nova we have more than 10% of total amount. It is too much for one exchange. And so much coins with low price - result of cloud miners work. They want to return their money spent on renting.
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June 27, 2017, 02:29:56 PM
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Why are there so many transactions in the new blocks?

By the way, the CryptoBE wallet has been updated to the latest version: https://cryptobe.com/chain/Electra.
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June 27, 2017, 02:37:49 PM
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update

only necessary for staking purposes


we are still working on ensuring network stability and health,
and will be rolling more updates over time


please update to new version, which will help to ensure stakes split automatically

https://github.com/bumbacoin/Electra/releases/tag/1121



edit
due to a majority of windows users at the moment only windows releases are offered,
if there are many mac users please let me know so i can build as needed

when we have more final releases available OSX releases will be included

How often do coins become available for staking?  Seems like my wallet is only showing a small portion of my coins are actually staking.
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