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November 02, 2015, 02:03:36 AM
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Dug this out of a post from two years ago.
This should help explain all the 0.00 stake rewards.


My bitbar daemon complains about not being 0.4.1. It's compiled straight from https://github.com/aLQ/bitbar. Where can I get the source for this elusive 0.4.1?

Same here and I have just started a giveaway  Shocked https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=238328.0
- no rounding for PoS blocks, to address low PoS diff and those small PoS rewards
What does 'no rounding' mean?

Also, how are you in contact with the dev? And are you allowed to give his details?

Not everybody has their bitbar clients connected.
I think not everyone Know the 5% RoI on PoS.
That makes PoS difficulty is very low.
Low diff is why even small transactions can make PoS blocks after very small amount of time, and the reward is minimal.
rounding is up to 2 decimals, rounddown.  Super small rewards ale below rounding are not paid.

ex:

reward of 3.432353 is rounded to 3.43
reward of 3.439865 is rounded to 3.43
reward of 0.009234 is rounded to 0.00

 

POS reward is rounded down - or - the I look at it, everything after the second 0 after the decimal point (.00xxx) is dropped.
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November 05, 2015, 10:22:42 PM
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That, in my opinion sucks and needs to be changed in the code. Why would you set it to round up or down instead of being accurate..? How much BTB do you need for the stakes to be worth anything?
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November 06, 2015, 03:39:53 AM
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Where can I find a working wallet?
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November 07, 2015, 02:06:34 AM
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Where can I find a working wallet?
Bitbar.co
Both Cryptsy and BTER's BTB wallets are offline going on for awhile now and they are the only 2 exchanges that trade BTB afaik. So mine it knowing you might have done it for nothing. I'm guessing, depending on which fork the network takes on as the correct one will determine if you actually have official coins.
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November 16, 2015, 05:39:41 PM
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Good news for a change, 5mil is showing interest in developing Bitbar.

Hopefully we can get an updated wallet, maybe with coin control ??

Anybody out there have something on their wish list ??
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November 17, 2015, 10:30:55 PM
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Good news for a change, 5mil is showing interest in developing Bitbar.

Hopefully we can get an updated wallet, maybe with coin control ??

Anybody out there have something on their wish list ??

Yeah I wish for a blockchain that works properly. I've mined 36 bit bars at ispace.co.uk pool and still haven't received any of them even after 4 days waiting. Got in touch with them, but no reply. It's shit 😠
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November 18, 2015, 04:57:42 AM
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do you know if they are on the same chain as Cryptsy's  -or-  the one on http://btb.cryptocoinexplorer.com ??
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November 18, 2015, 06:14:57 AM
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what coins has 5mil done:?

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November 18, 2015, 06:54:17 PM
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do you know if they are on the same chain as Cryptsy's  -or-  the one on http://btb.cryptocoinexplorer.com ??

I know that ispace doesn't use BTB.cryptocoinexplorer.com so I have no idea what's going on
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November 19, 2015, 12:50:59 AM
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what coins has 5mil done:?

I don't know, or really care much.
Jim Blasko recommended him, and 5mil is a mod on crypty, which should say something.
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November 19, 2015, 12:53:57 AM
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do you know if they are on the same chain as Cryptsy's  -or-  the one on http://btb.cryptocoinexplorer.com ??

I know that ispace doesn't use BTB.cryptocoinexplorer.com so I have no idea what's going on

I was wondering if your wallet block count matches the block explorer, and was wondering if the pools block count matched.
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November 19, 2015, 07:04:53 AM
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do you know if they are on the same chain as Cryptsy's  -or-  the one on http://btb.cryptocoinexplorer.com ??

I know that ispace doesn't use BTB.cryptocoinexplorer.com so I have no idea what's going on

I was wondering if your wallet block count matches the block explorer, and was wondering if the pools block count matched.

The pools block count cannot be seen on the explorer says it's not found. The coins have finally started to be paid now, just need an exchange to sell them on 😁
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November 21, 2015, 04:57:53 AM
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I got a PM from 5mil and he is planning on taking over development control for BitBar. Thats all I really know at this point and I noticed he hadnt popped in here yet.

What is a good wallet link that you are using? Ill load one up here to help out.

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November 21, 2015, 04:47:58 PM
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I got a PM from 5mil and he is planning on taking over development control for BitBar. Thats all I really know at this point and I noticed he hadnt popped in here yet.

What is a good wallet link that you are using? Ill load one up here to help out.

Build your own is https://github.com/Mullick/bitbar
built is https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B4om3KFtcvGYV3NGdmdOZEZ3c2s&usp=sharing the wallet versions are all the same it seems. they all report v0.4.2.0


a copy of my windows App-data\Bitbar (minus wallet.dat) is http://bitbar.co/Chain/bitbar-wallet.zip made 3 days before the chain forked
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November 21, 2015, 06:32:47 PM
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do you know if they are on the same chain as Cryptsy's  -or-  the one on http://btb.cryptocoinexplorer.com ??

I know that ispace doesn't use BTB.cryptocoinexplorer.com so I have no idea what's going on

I was wondering if your wallet block count matches the block explorer, and was wondering if the pools block count matched.

The pools block count cannot be seen on the explorer says it's not found. The coins have finally started to be paid now, just need an exchange to sell them on 😁

just thought I would mention that it takes (I believe) 520 confirmations on a mined block before it 'pays out'. With a 10 minute block time - that's 5200 minutes (86 hours = about 3 1/2 days)

Also, Cryptsy and Bter Bitbar wallets are down because of the fork - which is being worked on.
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November 21, 2015, 09:42:36 PM
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well, as it seems that the long chain wins out over the short chain - in regards to forks, I have switched over to the other chain.
I was able to sync my desktop wallet to the long chain.
I zipped the chain and put it in the download section of Bitbar.co

The good news is my withdrawals from cryptsy showed up.
The bad news is my mining efforts after 9/24/2015 23:51 PST are orphans.

I suggest everyone back up their wallet.dat (or just rename the Bitbar folder in your C:\Users\<you>\AppData\Roaming folder to OLD-Bitbar) and try again. (for Linux mv .bitbar dot-bitbar)

The chain backup (AppData_bitbar11212015.zip) works for Linux also. - as on widows you will have to move some files around.

Both my desktop and pool server are switched over, so that is two less peers connected to btb.cryptocoinexplorer.com

here are some nodes from the long chain:
addnode=108.61.10.90
addnode=84.74.66.206
addnode=167.160.36.162
addnode=173.65.129.85

I will try and get in touch with cce, mastermind and cryptsy.

I might rethink that decision honestly.

I'm working on a post do give me some time please to explain my position.



Its all about what the people want...
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November 21, 2015, 09:46:25 PM
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I might rethink that decision honestly.

I'm working on a post do give me some time please to explain my position.


I've sent one email off already, but I can tell them to disregard for now, it's not like anybody is in a rush to do anything.

No worries
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November 22, 2015, 01:22:16 AM
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well, as it seems that the long chain wins out over the short chain - in regards to forks, I have switched over to the other chain.
I was able to sync my desktop wallet to the long chain.
I zipped the chain and put it in the download section of Bitbar.co

The good news is my withdrawals from cryptsy showed up.
The bad news is my mining efforts after 9/24/2015 23:51 PST are orphans.

I suggest everyone back up their wallet.dat (or just rename the Bitbar folder in your C:\Users\<you>\AppData\Roaming folder to OLD-Bitbar) and try again. (for Linux mv .bitbar dot-bitbar)

The chain backup (AppData_bitbar11212015.zip) works for Linux also. - as on widows you will have to move some files around.

Both my desktop and pool server are switched over, so that is two less peers connected to btb.cryptocoinexplorer.com

here are some nodes from the long chain:
addnode=108.61.10.90
addnode=84.74.66.206
addnode=167.160.36.162
addnode=173.65.129.85

I will try and get in touch with cce, mastermind and cryptsy.

Woo Hoo downloaded your file and syncing nicely, in fact I got my mined coins too happy days, let's hope the exchanges sort themselves out so I can sell em 😀
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November 22, 2015, 05:44:41 AM
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Woo Hoo downloaded your file and syncing nicely, in fact I got my mined coins too happy days, let's hope the exchanges sort themselves out so I can sell em 😀

Keep in mind we still don't know which chain is to end up as the 'official' chain.
 - just saying ...
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November 22, 2015, 10:26:19 PM
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Hi to All

Here is a Node with same blockchain as  http://btb.cryptocoinexplorer.com

This Node is from my minimg Pool
btb.mastermining.net


Hope it is the right fork but should be if the same as   http://btb.cryptocoinexplorer.com ??

addnode=84.74.66.206

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