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March 07, 2014, 06:11:44 AM
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Backup Yacointalk forum is running at

http://yacointalk.sahtor.net/

The hosting is free for 5 days.
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March 07, 2014, 02:29:45 PM
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Just a quick update. The Qt stake function is taking a bit longer to finish than I expected. I thought I had it ready last night, but I found a potential problem and am reworking. So, rather than set an exact time frame, I will instead set a time frame of, I'm still working on it...  Wink

Thanks so much, Joe.

I have been researching other scrypt-jane coins, and I must say they are mostly pretty disappointing. Also, as far as I know, YAC will be the first one to hit N=15, and it will soon be the only POS/POW to have a gucci qt for POS thanks to Joe_Bauers. I absolutely love this community. Thank you so much.


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March 07, 2014, 02:42:33 PM
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In less than two weeks I will get paid by the pool. After I get paid, if someone sets up a yacoin faucet I will contribute 100 YACs to the faucet. The faucet has to be reasonablly resistant to faucet mining and pays no more than 1 yac / reward.

Oh, has anyone tried to convince vircurex to carry YAC?

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March 07, 2014, 03:00:38 PM
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Backup Yacointalk forum is running at

http://yacointalk.sahtor.net/

The hosting is free for 5 days.


How much to run per month?  Would you be willing to run it long term?

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March 07, 2014, 05:15:44 PM
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How much to run per month?  Would you be willing to run it long term?

4€/month and -50% coupon first year
24€ first year
48€ second year
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March 07, 2014, 06:23:50 PM
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Would you be willing to run it long term?

If it were paid for - would you administer it?

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March 07, 2014, 06:27:43 PM
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Yeah I can run it. I'm talking with Joe about the options.
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March 07, 2014, 07:04:35 PM
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Yeah I can run it. I'm talking with Joe about the options.

Well, you can count on me for some donation funds - either BTC or YAC.

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March 07, 2014, 10:52:35 PM
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How much to run per month?  Would you be willing to run it long term?

4€/month and -50% coupon first year
24€ first year
48€ second year
96€ SSL certs working

Is that just for a forum?  Could one use a garden variety Linux hosting package, for a lot less (infinite bandwidth though), see
http://www.1and1.com/?kwk=6854016
It seems to have many blog options

Linux packages are here:
https://www.1and1.com/linux-web-hosting?__lf=Static&linkId=hd.subnav.linuxhosting

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March 08, 2014, 03:26:13 PM
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Can someone explain this transaction? Coins supposed to be sent to be staked, but they just disappear?

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March 08, 2014, 05:36:57 PM
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Can someone explain this transaction? Coins supposed to be sent to be staked, but they just disappear?
I'm pretty sure I fixed this problem, but i'm not sure if the current yacoin client is built with the fix. My fixes for POS transactions in the QT client transaction list got merged after the big mandatory 0.4.2 release was made, so you may have to wait until another release is made. If you are willing to build the master branch yourself and try it out, instructions can be found here: https://github.com/yacoin/yacoin/blob/master/doc/build-msw.txt
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March 08, 2014, 06:15:49 PM
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Can someone explain this transaction? Coins supposed to be sent to be staked, but they just disappear?
I'm pretty sure I fixed this problem, but i'm not sure if the current yacoin client is built with the fix. My fixes for POS transactions in the QT client transaction list got merged after the big mandatory 0.4.2 release was made, so you may have to wait until another release is made. If you are willing to build the master branch yourself and try it out, instructions can be found here: https://github.com/yacoin/yacoin/blob/master/doc/build-msw.txt

By 'fix' do you mean it won't happen again, AND I will get those lost coins back?

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March 08, 2014, 06:46:48 PM
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Before anyone panics!  Wink yacoin.org will be down for a bit while some updates are made. This will also affect the explorer page.

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March 08, 2014, 08:28:14 PM
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Can someone explain this transaction? Coins supposed to be sent to be staked, but they just disappear?

Once the stake clears, it shows up when you restart the wallet for sure.

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March 08, 2014, 10:08:50 PM
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Can someone explain this transaction? Coins supposed to be sent to be staked, but they just disappear?

Once the stake clears, it shows up when you restart the wallet for sure.


I should have taken a screenshot of the 18 Jan transaction. Those coins still haven't come back... It has happened three times now and the amounts are ~500, ~250, ~125. I'm very afraid of it happening again with much bigger stake. I'm wondering if I'll ever get those coins back. I'm surprised more people haven't had/brought up this issue. POS coins just simply disappearing seems like a big problem.

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March 08, 2014, 11:36:28 PM
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Can someone explain this transaction? Coins supposed to be sent to be staked, but they just disappear?

Once the stake clears, it shows up when you restart the wallet for sure.


I should have taken a screenshot of the 18 Jan transaction. Those coins still haven't come back... It has happened three times now and the amounts are ~500, ~250, ~125. I'm very afraid of it happening again with much bigger stake. I'm wondering if I'll ever get those coins back. I'm surprised more people haven't had/brought up this issue. POS coins just simply disappearing seems like a big problem.

I guarantee you they came back if they were POSed.  You just have to know how to look for them.

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March 09, 2014, 02:47:08 AM
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Can someone explain this transaction? Coins supposed to be sent to be staked, but they just disappear?

Once the stake clears, it shows up when you restart the wallet for sure.


I should have taken a screenshot of the 18 Jan transaction. Those coins still haven't come back... It has happened three times now and the amounts are ~500, ~250, ~125. I'm very afraid of it happening again with much bigger stake. I'm wondering if I'll ever get those coins back. I'm surprised more people haven't had/brought up this issue. POS coins just simply disappearing seems like a big problem.

I guarantee you they came back if they were POSed.  You just have to know how to look for them.

ThirtyBird, I don't understand.

18 Jan transaction:

c0da477d4db7c4f82342a3f65e0c6bdc2d7ebfea7a220102a504ab3b4e156ad5

7 Mar transaction:

56a0a203297872aa8f5f997f4430413ab8f28d727340d47ba5d94103d9b4c18b


The question mark still shows on the left side of the qt. It SUBTRACTED the coins for stake right? Well I currently have 0.00 coins in my wallet under 'Stake'. It is as if the coins were supposed to be sent to stake but actually just disappeared.

It isn't happening for every stake. This error has happened only 3 times this year (out of about 70-130).

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March 09, 2014, 03:29:20 AM
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Can someone explain this transaction? Coins supposed to be sent to be staked, but they just disappear?
I'm pretty sure I fixed this problem, but i'm not sure if the current yacoin client is built with the fix. My fixes for POS transactions in the QT client transaction list got merged after the big mandatory 0.4.2 release was made, so you may have to wait until another release is made. If you are willing to build the master branch yourself and try it out, instructions can be found here: https://github.com/yacoin/yacoin/blob/master/doc/build-msw.txt

By 'fix' do you mean it won't happen again, AND I will get those lost coins back?
I believe what you are looking at are orphaned POS blocks you have created. The transaction amount to the right is zero, which means no coins were subtracted from your wallet by the transaction. As soon as the block explorer comes back up it should be very clear what happened to those transactions. I also addressed this issue in a pull request that hasn't been merged yet. https://github.com/yacoin/yacoin/pull/30

EDIT: The block explorer came back up. Those transactions don't appear to exist in the block chain. The block explorer probably purged them since they were in orphaned blocks. Your coins are safe and sound in your wallet.
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March 09, 2014, 05:01:12 AM
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ThirtyBird, I don't understand.

18 Jan transaction:

c0da477d4db7c4f82342a3f65e0c6bdc2d7ebfea7a220102a504ab3b4e156ad5

7 Mar transaction:

56a0a203297872aa8f5f997f4430413ab8f28d727340d47ba5d94103d9b4c18b


The question mark still shows on the left side of the qt. It SUBTRACTED the coins for stake right? Well I currently have 0.00 coins in my wallet under 'Stake'. It is as if the coins were supposed to be sent to stake but actually just disappeared.

It isn't happening for every stake. This error has happened only 3 times this year (out of about 70-130).

You're giving transactions that do not exist.  If you have no coins in your wallet, either the coins were never staked, or were stakes successfully and you spent them (or you need to restart the client - without any valid information to look at, who knows?).  Provide the address that received the coins and a time/date they were received.

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March 09, 2014, 02:29:25 PM
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ThirtyBird, I don't understand.

18 Jan transaction:

c0da477d4db7c4f82342a3f65e0c6bdc2d7ebfea7a220102a504ab3b4e156ad5

7 Mar transaction:

56a0a203297872aa8f5f997f4430413ab8f28d727340d47ba5d94103d9b4c18b


The question mark still shows on the left side of the qt. It SUBTRACTED the coins for stake right? Well I currently have 0.00 coins in my wallet under 'Stake'. It is as if the coins were supposed to be sent to stake but actually just disappeared.

It isn't happening for every stake. This error has happened only 3 times this year (out of about 70-130).

You're giving transactions that do not exist.  If you have no coins in your wallet, either the coins were never staked, or were stakes successfully and you spent them (or you need to restart the client - without any valid information to look at, who knows?).  Provide the address that received the coins and a time/date they were received.

My point of posting those transactions was for you to see that they do not exist. But you saw the screenshot from my wallet. Also, POS always shows 0.00--I imagine that is because nothing is being sent to another address. When you earn coins from POS, it still shows 0.00, so that means nothing in terms of saying I gained coins or lost coins.

I honestly cannot say if those last couple transactions actually caused a decrease in total coins in my wallet. However, the first time it happened, I am pretty certain it did (I didn't have many coins in my wallet at the time. so I noticed 500 coins gone). Either way, this is STILL a big problem that I think needs to be addressed. I'm afraid the only way for me to know for certain is to lose thousands in one stake, but then you may not believe me even then.

What it shows right now is that I have 875 total coins sent to stake, but they have never come back nor are they in the block explorer as having been sent to stake at all. Whether you believe I am actually missing coins or not, that is what it SHOWS. If they were orphaned, there needs to be a way to indicate that?

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