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March 29, 2016, 07:37:27 AM
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If it is a standard install and *if* the wallet is working then it must be listening to the port specified in the file Daemons.cfg, the wallet communicates with the daemon using RPC port indeed.
With root try to run the next command:  netstat -na | grep tcp    so the port should be open


Yep it does show up. Looks like it is listening only on the local host address, rather than using the rpcallowip setting that other wallets uses. So it doesn't show up in ufw show listening. Can it be configured to be accessed from another computer on the local network?

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March 31, 2016, 06:11:42 AM
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Well not the wallet. But you can edit worldcoin.conf located int the blockchain directory
and add the parameters, after that you should run the DAEMON pointing to the blockchain directory and correct config file, the daemon is located inside the folder Daemons
The reason is because it is extremely dangerous to let manage your wallet via network unless you know what your doing so for normal users this option is disabled because it is a huge security risk.

Maybe in the future we can add this functionality and encrypt the connection to the daemon.

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March 31, 2016, 06:12:16 AM
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March 31, 2016, 02:10:39 PM
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I cant get the Worldcoin Client to run anymore.

Two weeks ago it was all fine i havent changed anything but now it doesnt start anymore.

I can start it, it gets past the "splashscreen", then "wallet is indexing the database" .. few seconds later -> crash "worldcoinpanel.exe has stopped working"

I have a clean install of windows 10, all other wallets/apps/games/etc. run flawlessly

Have tried running in administrator and re-installing the client... what now?

If you dont know how to fix it, at least do you know how i can get those coins out. I could theoretically backup the wallet on a second computer but I dont have another one available right now. Any other options to get those coins out?

Thanks! Smiley
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April 01, 2016, 03:19:58 AM
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Don't worry about your coins, please copy wallet.dat to a safe location as a backup.
You are the third person that is reporting this issue with win 10,  we are looking into it.
Sadly we are unable to reproduce so that makes fixing this bug a little more difficult.
Please download this files and replace  the ones that are available in your Worldcoin software directory
http://arxen.com/descargas/Bz/WFCore.dll
http://arxen.com/descargas/Bz/WFObjects.dll
These files are modified ones that have more detailed logs
Execute WorldcoinPanel.exe again and when it crashes, send me back  WorldcoinBC.log file

It would be better if you backup your wallet.dat file first and then remove this file from worldcoin chain directory to avoid any susceptibilities

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April 11, 2016, 01:41:53 PM
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Windows 10 issues fixed
Please read http://worldcoin.global/v2-0-2-patched-windows-10-users/
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April 12, 2016, 05:02:11 PM
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The pool list should be updated...  Roll Eyes
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April 12, 2016, 07:25:08 PM
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This week we will upload a new web page. A lot is changing ...
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April 12, 2016, 11:31:34 PM
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Sad All my WDC died with cryptsy

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April 13, 2016, 04:29:23 AM
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Sad All my WDC died with cryptsy
I am very sorry Sad. Sadly this is not the first scam event we went through. I hope in the near future you manage to buy at least a little.
Keep track to our future progress, you won't be sorry Smiley
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April 13, 2016, 05:39:00 AM
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Cryptsy damaged a lot of altcoins I noticed
There is just to much condensed volume and coins all in these exchanges
so much for a decentralized currency


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April 13, 2016, 06:33:05 AM
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Cryptsy damaged a lot of altcoins I noticed
There is just to much condensed volume and coins all in these exchanges
so much for a decentralized currency
In reality  one of the serious problems alts have is  the expectation from investors and teams, somehow most people tend to think that alts can just bypass all pain that BTC absorbed, that is not and will not be the case, whats more, true decentralization is a battle that won't be won in many years (decades?) the technology is just not there ... lets give an example, many coins are investing outstanding amount of time and effort trying to achieve 'trustless systems and true decentralization' but in the real world you are trusting a few developers that  upload a binary to a  completely centralized server (usually a web server where the main web page lives) which in turn is subject to an outstanding number of potential threats,  even if you are in the 1% that compiles the code (that won't make any difference  anyway for blockchain verification)  it's safe to assume that you don't audit the code, so whats the point to make a decentralized system if the entrance point is completely centralized? If bugs are found you are trusting the single team that they will solve them, you may say: 'well it's open source so somebody will' ... in real world that didn't happen, everybody just assumes that somebody is doing the hard work, take for example the heart bleed bug, millions of developers used that code even many corporations (i am talking about SSL) and nobody audited the code until the bug was widespread, the result: internet mayhem.
My point is that true decentralization is an utopia that cannot be achieved with current technology, there are many examples that can support this statement.
All these facts causes a lot of frustration and doomsday predictions which amusingly are really great for us because most crypto teams can't handle the pressure, neither emotionally nor financially, some of them just can't swallow the insanely wide price swings medium-long term,  many of them just succumb under strong temptation of hip hoping blockchain technologies or tweaking it trying to manipulate the price artificially, in the end this does not help at all ... therefore most 'competition' we have will just 'surrender' before we do anything about them.

There are many interesting ideas and concepts floating around but none of them solve true decentralization problem and none of them showed to really scale to wide world usage not even to 'small city wide usage'. My guess is that it will take a few years until some technology emerges with an ultimate solution, so while most crypto teams are investing ridiculous amount of effort and time to find the 'holy grail' of crypto we have other plans in mind ...  we will decouple as much as possible the wallet from core crypto technology and build tens of services around some layers of abstraction; so when (IF?) the time comes  we will switch to the 'ultimate blockchain' and have already tens of transparent services integrated in the wallet becoming automatically the 'ultimate coin' + tens of services, meaning that we will be already in better position than the team that actually found the 'holy grail'! If you think about this it's like all coins in reality are working for us Cheesy
For the time being we plan to keep PoW as our scheme because the longer a coin keeps PoW then the lesser the sell pressure becomes so the price tends to go upwards (something that can be empirically proved with a statistical model)  even for not actively developed coins (take a look at IXcoin for example)

Follow our progress and you will understand part of our core strategy in the following months.

Edit: We won't wait for a blockchain to solve the 'true decentralization' problem just the scalability problem.
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April 13, 2016, 08:04:49 AM
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Sad All my WDC died with cryptsy
I am very sorry Sad. Sadly this is not the first scam event we went through. I hope in the near future you manage to buy at least a little.
Keep track to our future progress, you won't be sorry Smiley


I totally remember that Scharmbeck shares bullshit man.. Hopefully your name has no relation?

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April 13, 2016, 08:40:04 AM
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I wonder if you have ever considered going multi-algo, such as MYR, DGB and soon AUR. Scrypt algo is asic territory now, so it would open up the opportunity for GPU mining.

Scaling and transaction rate: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=532.msg6306#msg6306
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April 13, 2016, 08:53:51 AM
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Sad All my WDC died with cryptsy
I am very sorry Sad. Sadly this is not the first scam event we went through. I hope in the near future you manage to buy at least a little.
Keep track to our future progress, you won't be sorry Smiley


I totally remember that Scharmbeck shares bullshit man.. Hopefully your name has no relation?

Believe me, the current team painfully remembers it too, most of us were previous naive investors and we lost money with Scharmbeck and with previous management missteps (It seems that if everyone is to be believed we are the only ones that lost money in all crypto sphere Cheesy); anyway we decided that we can do something about this fuc*** sh** because we have got some skills, we understood at the moment that we would be carrying the Scharmbeck stigma for a long ... looooong time and we are fine with it; that's why we do not pump, we juts release and show progress ... while many teams are licking their wounds because of the downward swings we just continue working and no matter what we keep informed our supporters at least twice per month. Of course we receive insults, threats, preachings, you can name it, but we don't budge we just know what we are doing and we will be here for many years to come; happily there are three of us that have our own companies so financially speaking we are good for years to come and we are one of the few teams that can have the luxury of always planning long term... we just don't need short term gains nor profit; whats more, our horrendous experience with crypto have taught us some very very useful lessons about how crpyto sphere thinks and what it makes it tick; besides if we are here after WDC lost 99+ % market capitalization and 99+% of user base few things could make us go Cheesy something very few teams can really say.

If you think about it, back on the day it would have been easier to just clone WDC and make a new one with the new technologies we developed, we even would have been able to ask for ICO/IPO or crowdfunding part of it, but we decided to be loyal to the very few remaining investors that by some miracle didn't leave, besides we know we have the required skills to surmount previous past and make WDC what it should have originally been, but we truly understand that this will not take a few months, it will take some years and it will require to careful manage our resources and to have a very complete strategy,  as some of us have some strong business background we see crypto as a very huge opportunity with another optic than your standard crypto nerd, we value more pragmatism than idealism, we have a very good grasp  what really works in real world, we understand open source and know how to benefit from it but at the same time how to keep value in our project without giving it all (like Red Hat does for Linux)

We are managing WDC  since early 2015 and gladly in april 2015 we were able  to stop the bleeding, take a look at this chart (China's BTC38 our biggest exchange by far, the chart is against Yuans)



After April 2015 there are some huge upward swings with their respective downward short term trends, but whats important is that after the peaks we re base to a new minimum so the long term trend is definitely upward; this is funny because we are not really  doing anything to pump the coin, even when people ask we do not ask them to buy WDC, we just tell them to follow our progress nothing else. This is because we do not care about investors right now, when we are ready ie. some key services are built we will manage to lure a medium scale investor and things will roll on 'naturally Cheesy, work, patience and good timing will win the game

PD: No single person of original team remains, that's why our team  has a new name: Worldcoin Global (no alliance anymore)
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April 13, 2016, 09:08:43 AM
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I wonder if you have ever considered going multi-algo, such as MYR, DGB and soon AUR. Scrypt algo is asic territory now, so it would open up the opportunity for GPU mining.

Hi AngryDwarf!
This was discussed  many times in our previous forum ... the thing is that multi algo is just a temporary stop gag, because if the coin begins to be successful just at the most minimum scale then an ASIC will be made that's almost an axiom of crypto, so we would invest a lot of effort doing something that we know would give just a short-medium term spike but with absolutely no consequences long term, besides we know PoW is definitely not the ultimate solution for block chain technology because it can't scale (PoW +PoS can't scale neither or any other scheme that is on the wild). Whats more, forcing algorithm to be just executable by GPU/CPU implies necessarily to make it more inefficient (so it would be more expensive for ASIC industries to create one) something that long term will definitely bite us back very hard when we target for mainstream adoption (something that BTC its at the verge of experimenting)

Another interesting issue that is not commonly discussed is the fact that developing blockchain technology changing core crypto functions is very very dangerous, a single bug can expose all the network; many coins just take the risk hoping for fast returns but if by some miracle they manage to be mainstream then things will go ugly fast. That's why we keep close to btc core so we can leech their QA (Quality Assurance) process because it has thousands of beta testers and a few very good programmers, at the same time we are starting to build a whole layer at the top that it's exclusively for WDC so very hard to copycat (wallet is and always will be open source but some optional services we are building around will be not in the same way Poloniex is not open source for example )
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Let this coin die already

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April 15, 2016, 12:41:04 AM
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Let this coin die already
 
It's literally more probable that BTC and Ethereum die before us!
If you have some kind of morbid curiosity just follow our releases and features this way you can make more targeted bad comments.
If you feel the need to make some insults you can do that in our forums at forum.worldcoin.global
Of course if you have a direct honest question (any question), I will give a direct honest no bullshit answer
 
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Take a look at www.worldcoin.global
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Stake Your AltCoin Address Here https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1444963.0

Pretty straight forward really, use this to stake an Alt coin the same way you would stake a BitCoin Wallet address.

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