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November 26, 2015, 01:04:46 AM
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I have 49.7xxx BTB in the wallet. The largest transaction being 15.25xx BTB on 9.18.2015.(from Cryptsy) The rest are around 2 BTB or less each. (from mining @ masterming) So the 22 "stakes" for 0BTB and a total of 44 transactions. So I should send the total balance to myself so its one transaction and that should produce some BTB next time it stakes? Of course, do this, after the fork is figured out.. right?
Sounds right to me. I group together my Bottlecaps in 10k blocks - I heard it works best for caps.
I don't know what the best Bitbar block size would be for staking - I hope it's not 10k !!  Grin

The example I gave above shows a block size close to 10BTB will produce interest after 1 month.

We could speculate that a tx worth 3.33BTB might also skate interest after a 3 month period, but would need to experiment to find out.

So block size isn't that important as long as the output is above the .00999999 cut off/rounding  - at the current difficulty. humm..

Difficulty IS going to increase, which means larger than a 4-5 btb block size will be needed. hummm....

Its the reward that has to exceed 0.0099xx in order to be added to the output.

POS Difficulty is less than 0 right now, so low tx are creating blocks with no/rounded down to 0 rewards.

I mentioned varying 5% interest rate in an earlier post meaning as POS difficulty rises, that minimum transaction block that would generate a reward @ full maturity (90 days) may not immediately stake a block and reward having to compete with other stakeholders and an increasing difficulty.

It may indeed take another day, week, month ect. of being open and ready to stake before the block is produced if difficulty dictates, and thus interest would diminish according on the extra time beyond full maturity. (90 days)

I was thinking that the increased pos difficulty would yield a smaller reward, so if the staked block was to small, the reward would fall below the rounding cutoff, but that doesn't make sense now that I typed it. I will have to think about this, to see what I was thinking...

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November 27, 2015, 12:02:24 AM
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So am I right in thinking there are 2 blockchains at the minute? It's seems so I have 2 wallets running (not at the same time have to close one to run the other) one wallet shows my coins in the wallet but not syncing, and the other saying my coins are unconfirmed but the the wallet is synced and upto date??? 😁😁😁 hope it gets resolved soon..... 👍🏻
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November 27, 2015, 04:33:59 AM
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So am I right in thinking there are 2 blockchains at the minute? It's seems so I have 2 wallets running (not at the same time have to close one to run the other) one wallet shows my coins in the wallet but not syncing, and the other saying my coins are unconfirmed but the the wallet is synced and upto date??? 😁😁😁 hope it gets resolved soon..... 👍🏻
Yes, the block chain forked around the first of October.
Cryptsy and ispace have been on a different fork then the one on our block explorer http://btb.cryptocoinexplorer.com/
Our dev, 5mil said cryptsy should be getting close to a resolution.

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November 28, 2015, 10:47:04 PM
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Blockchain stuck at 141149 any help on getting past this? The blockchain itself seem to be moving and the gap between my wallet and the chain is starting to grow 😡
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November 29, 2015, 02:11:19 AM
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Blockchain stuck at 141149 any help on getting past this? The blockchain itself seem to be moving and the gap between my wallet and the chain is starting to grow 😡
The block count now is at 141608
you can check our block explorer at http://btb.cryptocoinexplorer.com/

you can add these to you're config file:
addnode=173.65.129.85
addnode=144.76.91.109
addnode=167.160.36.162
addnode=btb.altcointech.net
addnode=63.231.13.66

but you may need to delete your blockchain data and resync:

close the bitbar wallet.
make a copy of your wallet.dat file in another directory (plus a copy on a thumb drive would be a very good idea)

delete everything EXCEPT wallet.dat and bitbar.conf from:
C:\Users\<you>\AppData\Roaming\BitBar

and start the wallet up to start downloading the chain.

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November 29, 2015, 05:45:56 PM
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Blockchain stuck at 141149 any help on getting past this? The blockchain itself seem to be moving and the gap between my wallet and the chain is starting to grow 😡
The block count now is at 141608
you can check our block explorer at http://btb.cryptocoinexplorer.com/

you can add these to you're config file:
addnode=173.65.129.85
addnode=144.76.91.109
addnode=167.160.36.162
addnode=btb.altcointech.net
addnode=63.231.13.66

but you may need to delete your blockchain data and resync:

close the bitbar wallet.
make a copy of your wallet.dat file in another directory (plus a copy on a thumb drive would be a very good idea)

delete everything EXCEPT wallet.dat and bitbar.conf from:
C:\Users\<you>\AppData\Roaming\BitBar

and start the wallet up to start downloading the chain.

Ok so I did all that and guess what? It worked yayy, however my coins are still unconfirmed, and I am wondering if they belong to the other fork? A side question tho, would it be possible to send the coins from one wallet in fork to the other wallet in a different fork? Would it work or just lose the coins to the ether?
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November 29, 2015, 06:40:16 PM
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A side question tho, would it be possible to send the coins from one wallet in fork to the other wallet in a different fork? Would it work or just lose the coins to the ether?


You would most likely loose those coins also.

I suggest not sending any coins at this time.
We are waiting for Cryptsy to finish with their BTB wallet maintenance, and to make sure everybody is in sync before transferring and BTB.

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November 30, 2015, 02:54:29 PM
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What an interesting development...

There are 3 different blockchains...

Cryptocoinexplorer

Mastermining

Ispace.co

Each are mining their own chain.

Cryptsy & Bter wallets down, yet trading resumes.

Apparently a new Dev taking over, 5mil, affiliated with cryptsy some how.

And Bitbar.co becoming a resource/home page.



I personally would like to 5mil to weigh in, let the community know any plans. I would hope that he/she would make it priority one getting the wallet back up at Cryptsy, and consolidating these rouge chains

Its all about what the people want...
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November 30, 2015, 04:45:40 PM
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What an interesting development...

There are 3 different blockchains...

Cryptocoinexplorer

Mastermining

Ispace.co

Each are mining their own chain.

Cryptsy & Bter wallets down, yet trading resumes.

Apparently a new Dev taking over, 5mil, affiliated with cryptsy some how.

And Bitbar.co becoming a resource/home page.



I personally would like to 5mil to weigh in, let the community know any plans. I would hope that he/she would make it priority one getting the wallet back up at Cryptsy, and consolidating these rouge chains

Yeah I agree hopefully without loss of coins to anyone
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December 01, 2015, 06:03:45 AM
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Does anyone have the info for the ispace blockchain?
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December 01, 2015, 06:07:48 AM
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Does anyone have the info for the ispace blockchain?
Don't know what info you want, but here is a link to thier site that shows what block they are on:
http://ispace.co.uk/coindetails/?coin=btb

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December 01, 2015, 07:17:24 AM
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There info is incorrect when you click on the block explorer link it says the blocks not found. The info I am after is how to download the blockchain they are on. That's where I mined my coins and the blockchain I have is saying my coins are unconfirmed.
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December 01, 2015, 07:35:26 PM
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There info is incorrect when you click on the block explorer link it says the blocks not found. The info I am after is how to download the blockchain they are on. That's where I mined my coins and the blockchain I have is saying my coins are unconfirmed.

That's because they are on a different fork than us.
Things will become clearer once Cryptsy gets done with their BTB wallet maintenance.

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December 01, 2015, 07:41:19 PM
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What an interesting development...

There are 3 different blockchains...

Cryptocoinexplorer

Mastermining

Ispace.co

Each are mining their own chain.

Cryptsy & Bter wallets down, yet trading resumes.

Apparently a new Dev taking over, 5mil, affiliated with cryptsy some how.

And Bitbar.co becoming a resource/home page.



I personally would like to 5mil to weigh in, let the community know any plans. I would hope that he/she would make it priority one getting the wallet back up at Cryptsy, and consolidating these rouge chains

Looks like Mastermining is re-syncing his wallet.
Noticed a few minutes ago a block on the chain for about 22 BTB had 127 transactions - maybe another pool payout??

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December 03, 2015, 09:52:56 PM
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Wallet not syncing,,,,,,again!  Huh
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December 03, 2015, 10:16:28 PM
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Wallet not syncing,,,,,,again!  Huh

http://btb.cryptocoinexplorer.com/ is at block 142593, same as I have.
Mastermining is at 142141
I can't get to ispace now but I'm sure they are way of the mark.

What block are you stuck on ??

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December 03, 2015, 10:21:30 PM
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Wallet not syncing,,,,,,again!  Huh

I am running a full node synced with Cryptocoinexplorer, Block count 142596

addnode=68.191.93.33

CCE runs a dedicated node @

addnode=btb.altcointech.net

Hope this helps

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December 03, 2015, 10:27:54 PM
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Wallet not syncing,,,,,,again!  Huh

http://btb.cryptocoinexplorer.com/ is at block 142593, same as I have.
Mastermining is at 142141
I can't get to ispace now but I'm sure they are way of the mark.

What block are you stuck on ??

I've decided to download the chain from scratch see if that helps it was originally stuck on 141002
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December 03, 2015, 10:28:48 PM
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Wallet not syncing,,,,,,again!  Huh

I am running a full node synced with Cryptocoinexplorer, Block count 142596

addnode=68.191.93.33

CCE runs a dedicated node @

addnode=btb.altcointech.net

Hope this helps

I am already running with them nodes thanks anyway
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Looks like Mastermining is re-syncing his wallet.
Noticed a few minutes ago a block on the chain for about 22 BTB had 127 transactions - maybe another pool payout??

I received a message from Mastermining that he would be syncing his pool to the explorer at Cryptocoinexplorer.

It looks like he failed to sync, as I saw a message on the site about it. I have isolated my node and will transmit it to him again to hopefully get things straight over there.

Another thing is when syncing, one can use the command

connect=68.191.93.33 in the bitbar conf file to lock onto my node and sync.


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