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August 08, 2017, 08:08:01 PM
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CREAMTeam,

Your masternode setup guide provides the absolute bare minimum amount of information.  I think it would benefit your cause if you elaborated on the steps and better explained what you're doing when you set one up.  Also, no mention of a VPS.  Do they need to leave their computer on 24/7?  No mention of this.   You are only marketing to computer programmers and people familiar with masternodes.  You should tailor to the novice - you need them.  More and more people getting interested in crypto, and about 1% have the knowledge necessary to run a masternode.  Help them get involved.  Just my opinion.

Of course you need to leave your computer running 24/7 regardless of whether you are running a MN or not, that's how PoS systems function.

Kind of my point - Saying "of course" - similar to the steps the MN guide assumes everyone knows (because of course they do!) - I'm just suggesting that not everyone does know.  Maybe instead of telling them to Google PoS, you could explain to them how to run a MN for you.  Since that is what you want.  But then again, this stuff may just still be for the computer people, and that's fine.  Best of luck.  

I hope you didn't read my comment in a negative way, because I don't mean it that way. And I also don't work for Cream coin. I'm just suggesting it would be beneficial for you to understand how crypto systems work. The information is really easy to find and easy to understand. You don't need to be a master at programming to get it. But the resources are there for people who are willing to seek the knowledge. It's not different from anything else in life.

No not at all, appreciated your reply.  I agree the info could be out there somewhere.  But if you make a product you wouldn't tell people to go find the user's manual of your competitor's product because it's pretty similar.  It just seems silly to me to pour your blood and sweat into this thing, and then not make sure that everyone even remotely interested in contributing is provided the tools needed to do what you need them to do.

Just an opinion - I very well may be the minority.  I have 20k CRM at the moment, so I'm rooting for you.   

I thought masternodes use a VPS.  Maybe not the case here.  Maybe noobs shouldn't even be here.






I don't disagree with what you are saying. But every coin either runs on a PoW or PoS or hybrid of the two. Every coin isn't going to write a guide on how those proof systems function, because it's essentially redundant information that already exists. If you are new to crypto, and correct me if I am wrong but it seems you are, you should join us in the Pinkcoin slack. One of the great benefits of our coin is we help new people who are just starting out in crypto. If you ever have any questions about anything crypto related we are here to help. I highly suggest you join us. http://slack.with.pink/

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August 09, 2017, 10:05:24 AM
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CREAMTeam,

Your masternode setup guide provides the absolute bare minimum amount of information.  I think it would benefit your cause if you elaborated on the steps and better explained what you're doing when you set one up.  Also, no mention of a VPS.  Do they need to leave their computer on 24/7?  No mention of this.   You are only marketing to computer programmers and people familiar with masternodes.  You should tailor to the novice - you need them.  More and more people getting interested in crypto, and about 1% have the knowledge necessary to run a masternode.  Help them get involved.  Just my opinion.

You are right, we agree.
Steps explained in article about setting up masternode are as simple as they can be. Just follow the guide. Try several times. You are not at risk to loose coins.

No mention to VPS because setting up Ubuntu VPS masternode is complicated, and it will raise a lot more questions.
People should first get basic knowledge about masternode. here is one of them: https://youtu.be/Tr_6RA2XjO4
VPS setup guide here: https://dashpay.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/DOC/pages/1867820/TAO%27S+SETUP+GUIDE+FOR+DUMMIES+12.1
it's for Dash, but it's same for Cream.




Ok, here we go, second and last payment to http://masternodes.pro/  Smiley

I like the way we have done that Wink
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August 09, 2017, 01:28:25 PM
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guys, help here, trying to run ccminer, but nothing, here my bat:

ccminer -o tratum+tcp://stratum-eu1.hexpool.com:3533 -u CN5fLQPAZqsDpMPKR6sxGxYeymTj1CvyWh
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August 09, 2017, 02:04:08 PM
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guys, help here, trying to run ccminer, but nothing, here my bat:

ccminer -o tratum+tcp://stratum-eu1.hexpool.com:3533 -u CN5fLQPAZqsDpMPKR6sxGxYeymTj1CvyWh

you are missing a s - and the selection of the coin and algo:

Code:
ccminer -a x11 -o stratum+tcp://stratum-eu1.hexpool.com:3533 -u CN5fLQPAZqsDpMPKR6sxGxYeymTj1CvyWh -p c=CRM
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August 09, 2017, 04:20:12 PM
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guys, help here, trying to run ccminer, but nothing, here my bat:

ccminer -o tratum+tcp://stratum-eu1.hexpool.com:3533 -u CN5fLQPAZqsDpMPKR6sxGxYeymTj1CvyWh

you are missing a s - and the selection of the coin and algo:

Code:
ccminer -a x11 -o stratum+tcp://stratum-eu1.hexpool.com:3533 -u CN5fLQPAZqsDpMPKR6sxGxYeymTj1CvyWh -p c=CRM


tks man, last question: 15 mh/s how many coins?
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August 09, 2017, 04:24:59 PM
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guys, help here, trying to run ccminer, but nothing, here my bat:

ccminer -o tratum+tcp://stratum-eu1.hexpool.com:3533 -u CN5fLQPAZqsDpMPKR6sxGxYeymTj1CvyWh

you are missing a s - and the selection of the coin and algo:

Code:
ccminer -a x11 -o stratum+tcp://stratum-eu1.hexpool.com:3533 -u CN5fLQPAZqsDpMPKR6sxGxYeymTj1CvyWh -p c=CRM


tks man, last question: 15 mh/s how many coins?

You need to try this out. It depends on the hashrate of the Pool. Once we have more static miners we can predict it better.
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August 09, 2017, 05:48:02 PM
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I love supporting this project. Good luck and success
One more interesting idea of this project and I believe the success of the project, good luck.
And I joined in your project twitter campaign. thanks sir
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August 09, 2017, 09:00:04 PM
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CREAMTeam,

Your masternode setup guide provides the absolute bare minimum amount of information.  I think it would benefit your cause if you elaborated on the steps and better explained what you're doing when you set one up.  Also, no mention of a VPS.  Do they need to leave their computer on 24/7?  No mention of this.   You are only marketing to computer programmers and people familiar with masternodes.  You should tailor to the novice - you need them.  More and more people getting interested in crypto, and about 1% have the knowledge necessary to run a masternode.  Help them get involved.  Just my opinion.

You are right, we agree.
Steps explained in article about setting up masternode are as simple as they can be. Just follow the guide. Try several times. You are not at risk to loose coins.

No mention to VPS because setting up Ubuntu VPS masternode is complicated, and it will raise a lot more questions.
People should first get basic knowledge about masternode. here is one of them: https://youtu.be/Tr_6RA2XjO4
VPS setup guide here: https://dashpay.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/DOC/pages/1867820/TAO%27S+SETUP+GUIDE+FOR+DUMMIES+12.1
it's for Dash, but it's same for Cream.




Ok, here we go, second and last payment to http://masternodes.pro/  Smiley

I like the way we have done that Wink
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a guide on how to compile cream wallet on ubuntu with commandline is missing, you cannot use dashguide for this
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August 09, 2017, 10:37:39 PM
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Hey guys,

I'm getting stakes but they don't show up in my wallet.

So the question is; After how many confirms do i get the coins?
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August 09, 2017, 11:04:46 PM
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so any good pool to start mining this coin? can someone suggest for me? kinda new in this mining thing. thanks. will mining this and HODLLLL!

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August 09, 2017, 11:11:49 PM
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Anybody get creamed today?

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August 09, 2017, 11:34:16 PM
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Anybody get creamed today?

Elephant in the room really Smiley

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August 10, 2017, 05:00:53 AM
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Hey guys,

I'm getting stakes but they don't show up in my wallet.

So the question is; After how many confirms do i get the coins?

100 confirms



so any good pool to start mining this coin? can someone suggest for me? kinda new in this mining thing. thanks. will mining this and HODLLLL!

MINING POOLS
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https://www.cryptoally.net/cream/
stratum+tcp://eu1.cryptoally.net:4700
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http://pool.chainworksindustries.com/crm
stratum+tcp://pool.chainworksindustries.com:1205/  or high diff :5205
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https://pool.coin-miners.info/
stratum+tcp://stratum-eu.coin-miners.info:3533 -u WALLET_ADDRESS -p c=CREAM
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http://www.zpool.ca/site/gomining?algo=x11
stratum+tcp://<algo>.mine.zpool.ca:<PORT> -u <WALLET_ADDRESS> [-p <CRM>]
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http://37.120.182.204:8081
Port: 3008, Diff: 0.5; Port: 3016, Diff: 1; Port: 3032, Diff: 0.1; Port: 3256, Diff: 12;
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-a x11 -o stratum+tcp://stratum-eu1.hexpool.com:3533 -u WALLET -p c=CRM,d=4
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August 10, 2017, 08:32:57 AM
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Hey guys,

I'm getting stakes but they don't show up in my wallet.

So the question is; After how many confirms do i get the coins?

100 confirms



so any good pool to start mining this coin? can someone suggest for me? kinda new in this mining thing. thanks. will mining this and HODLLLL!

MINING POOLS
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https://www.cryptoally.net/cream/
stratum+tcp://eu1.cryptoally.net:4700
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http://pool.chainworksindustries.com/crm
stratum+tcp://pool.chainworksindustries.com:1205/  or high diff :5205
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https://pool.coin-miners.info/
stratum+tcp://stratum-eu.coin-miners.info:3533 -u WALLET_ADDRESS -p c=CREAM
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http://www.zpool.ca/site/gomining?algo=x11
stratum+tcp://<algo>.mine.zpool.ca:<PORT> -u <WALLET_ADDRESS> [-p <CRM>]
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http://37.120.182.204:8081
Port: 3008, Diff: 0.5; Port: 3016, Diff: 1; Port: 3032, Diff: 0.1; Port: 3256, Diff: 12;
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https://hexpool.com
-a x11 -o stratum+tcp://stratum-eu1.hexpool.com:3533 -u WALLET -p c=CRM,d=4
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hi dev . i  need information slack
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August 10, 2017, 11:33:46 AM
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hi dev . i  need information slack

http://online.creamcoin.com/

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August 10, 2017, 11:55:54 AM
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I can't open web wallet, what happen?

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August 10, 2017, 12:21:49 PM
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I can't open web wallet, what happen?

Have bugs, will be online when fixed.
Must be offline, because if it is not, people will still using it without reading announcements.

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August 10, 2017, 05:19:53 PM
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hello Dev ,

I download Cream wallet for Win .
but No connection to cream network and last received block was generated 9 week ago.

please help me.

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August 10, 2017, 05:25:32 PM
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Just leave the wallet open, it will sync in few hours.
in next update that issue will be fixed.

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August 10, 2017, 10:47:03 PM
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ya ya it wont be the fist time I've lost money on sloppy work (if I do). Win some ya lose some in this game. Constructive criticism is not trash talk. Only newbs see it that way with their pie in the sky dreams of getting rich on crypto overnight. I just cant stand a brown noser or people who make excuses for shoddy work.

Have a happy Creamy day  Roll Eyes

I don't know if this project is gone be good or bad, but I invested in a Lindacoin masternode (bad fork of 8bit), the masternode code wasn't even working (only staking), so I tried to fix and help the dev but nothing in a couple of days, so dumped for 3 sat (same as I got them for) and look at Lindacoin now and masternode rewards, wish I did hold.
https://linda.masternodes.pro/

When I look at Cream it's not just one dev (I assume) but a team with a descent project and website. Every software has bugs and you cannot release software without proper testing so I respect a few days more or less as promised.

I got a few cream masternodes so not 100 dollar investment in this project. So I'm not making the mistake again I made with LindaCoin,
and hope I'm right but cannot predict the future.

My next masternode project is helium, also a good feeling about that one


Yes I looked a lindacoin, but didn't act on it. Believe me, I really really do want to see CRM succeed, and thank you for running the nodes you are.

As far as this DEV (team) I feel now and always have that a Team should have a profile page of who they are and some of their crypto accomplishments. This is a key element of a successful coin. I have mentioned this very concern early on in here. There may not even be a team, maybe a one man show with a good vision, which is fine, so be it. But show yourself! lol and tell us about yourself...build confidence for us all.  Anonymity is ok but cast doubt.

Will check out helium  Smiley


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