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May 18, 2018, 04:58:55 AM
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..., some other dude took over, did nothing on it, ... I'm not gonna sit there entire day waiting for updates.

Ah yes, I understand your objection.

Why don't you check out the GitHub and you will see that we are working daily. The 'no updates' mantra is just bullshit. If you want to you can stay up to date via GitHub, Trello, Discord but this place is not the best for updates.

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May 18, 2018, 07:13:25 AM
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..., some other dude took over, did nothing on it, ... I'm not gonna sit there entire day waiting for updates.

Ah yes, I understand your objection.

Why don't you check out the GitHub and you will see that we are working daily. The 'no updates' mantra is just bullshit. If you want to you can stay up to date via GitHub, Trello, Discord but this place is not the best for updates.

My objection was ironic. I know, that you are working on it. I'm one of the persons who "do nothing" and "waiting" on it, so take your time. My patience is endless.
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May 18, 2018, 07:16:29 AM
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This is the link for Discord of Spectrecoin:

In our community there are kind people waiting for you, to answer your questions.

https://discord.gg/FY7VtWK


https://github.com/XSPECOfficial/spectre
Is this the official source?

I download from it and tried to install on Ubuntu 16.04 following the instructions in the README.md.
However, I got errors in the last step: make.

When will the linux wallet be released?

The official source of Spectrecoin is this:

https://github.com/spectrecoin/spectre

You should see the README.md file here:

https://github.com/spectrecoin/spectre/blob/master/README.md

Now I can not give you a specific date, but at the current work rate, it will soon be available.


Totally following the instruction in the README.md file, I still got the errors:
"/usr/include/boost/asio/ssl/detail/impl/engine.ipp:221:9: error: ‘SSL_R_SHORT_READ’ was not declared in this scope          ERR_PACK(ERR_LIB_SSL, 0, SSL_R_SHORT_READ),"
Is that the problem of SSL?

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May 19, 2018, 09:33:17 AM
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Sold my last 700 XSPEC at a 20% loss. Beware any new speculators, this shitcoin is a scam
It was a very big mistake.
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I am pretty sure in the early days of Monero or Dash (called Blackcoin at the time) the situation was similar; uncertainty, scam accusations, prices going over a dollar then below and so on....now those two coins are worth 200-500$.

when the sky is blue and sun is shining, a coin with a market cap of just 21 million will be worth over 100$...then it is too late to make money. "buy on the cannons, sell on the trumpets" and be ready to lose your investment.

I'd still like to see a deliverable, like a new version of the wallet... Wink

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May 19, 2018, 06:02:05 PM
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Sold my last 700 XSPEC at a 20% loss. Beware any new speculators, this shitcoin is a scam
It was a very big mistake.
 Wink


I am pretty sure in the early days of Monero or Dash (called Blackcoin at the time) the situation was similar; uncertainty, scam accusations, prices going over a dollar then below and so on....now those two coins are worth 200-500$.

when the sky is blue and sun is shining, a coin with a market cap of just 21 million will be worth over 100$...then it is too late to make money. "buy on the cannons, sell on the trumpets" and be ready to lose your investment.

I'd still like to see a deliverable, like a new version of the wallet... Wink

21mil market cap is too high for this coin.

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May 20, 2018, 02:07:17 AM
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I invested a large amount my portfolio on Spectre coin then. Value decrease by 3 times. But still holding.

Recently having issues with staking.

My wallet fully syncs all the time... For this month (May) only received 1 stake so far.
2 of them Generated but not accepted mined.

Previously..., I used to get similar error "Generated but not accepted mined"  too. But I have received several stakes at the same time.

Do anyone has similar issues, thankful for any solutions.

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May 20, 2018, 08:14:52 AM
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Sold my last 700 XSPEC at a 20% loss. Beware any new speculators, this shitcoin is a scam
It was a very big mistake.
 Wink


I am pretty sure in the early days of Monero or Dash (called Blackcoin at the time) the situation was similar; uncertainty, scam accusations, prices going over a dollar then below and so on....now those two coins are worth 200-500$.

when the sky is blue and sun is shining, a coin with a market cap of just 21 million will be worth over 100$...then it is too late to make money. "buy on the cannons, sell on the trumpets" and be ready to lose your investment.

I'd still like to see a deliverable, like a new version of the wallet... Wink

21mil market cap is too high for this coin.

I still believed in this coin, even I have sold most of them. You know, the coin reached the 100million market cap.
The reason I sold most of them is that I can't have a working and sync wallet since last September (as my country banned the Tor or something related).
While I tried to install the linux wallet on an oversea VPS, I can't make it a success.
I checked it that there was no a linux release so far. (since v.1.3.5?)

 

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May 20, 2018, 09:30:17 AM
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I was able to build linux client from source and run it on VPS. Unfortunately the client is somewhat greedy on memory, it consumes more than half GB.
Nevertheless it is staking and I already received some stakes.
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May 20, 2018, 11:55:09 PM
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I was able to build linux client from source and run it on VPS. Unfortunately the client is somewhat greedy on memory, it consumes more than half GB.
Nevertheless it is staking and I already received some stakes.

@TaylorCZ, would you do me a favor to share the experience to install the Linux client on VPS? Following the instruction (README.md), I always got an error when making. Looks like some ssl errors. But I indeed installed 1.1.0h version of openssl.

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May 21, 2018, 01:04:54 AM
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In the beginning I also struggled with spectre requirement of newer openssl (1.1.0) than is in CentOS I have on VPS. Gandalf's advice to use older version which builds with openssl 1.0.1 helped me, unfortunately I can't find page he referred.
But basically it was this:
git clone https://github.com/spectrecoin/spectre
git checkout v1.3.5

I had to get over a few other issues, like install newer version of gcc (7.2.1 which supports C++14 standard - see RPM package devtools-7-runtime) and also build Boost C++ library (distro version didn't work, don't remember exact reason).

Finally I didn't know how to run it. Dunno is it is the best way, but I run it with -cli parameter under tmux console multiplexer.
When I ran it as daemon, I couldn't figure out how to connect to it to issue commands.
Also I needed to create .spectrecoin/spectrecoin.conf in my home dir where I enabled staking and set rpcpassword.
I wonder if there is a tutorial or comprehensive doc about this all (how to configure and run spectre without GUI). I didn't find any - I put everything together from pieces I googled out.

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May 21, 2018, 01:55:07 PM
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In the beginning I also struggled with spectre requirement of newer openssl (1.1.0) than is in CentOS I have on VPS. Gandalf's advice to use older version which builds with openssl 1.0.1 helped me, unfortunately I can't find page he referred.
But basically it was this:
git clone https://github.com/spectrecoin/spectre
git checkout v1.3.5

I had to get over a few other issues, like install newer version of gcc (7.2.1 which supports C++14 standard - see RPM package devtools-7-runtime) and also build Boost C++ library (distro version didn't work, don't remember exact reason).

Finally I didn't know how to run it. Dunno is it is the best way, but I run it with -cli parameter under tmux console multiplexer.
When I ran it as daemon, I couldn't figure out how to connect to it to issue commands.
Also I needed to create .spectrecoin/spectrecoin.conf in my home dir where I enabled staking and set rpcpassword.
I wonder if there is a tutorial or comprehensive doc about this all (how to configure and run spectre without GUI). I didn't find any - I put everything together from pieces I googled out.

Thanks, this is a good suggestion. I can try to make more installation tutorials for different setups. The page that you are referring to was taken down by me, to avoid making it look like official XSPEC documentation and to avoid confusion with Wisp. I'll talk with the Spectrecoin team to find a place where these guides can be published.
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May 22, 2018, 12:16:09 AM
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In the beginning I also struggled with spectre requirement of newer openssl (1.1.0) than is in CentOS I have on VPS. Gandalf's advice to use older version which builds with openssl 1.0.1 helped me, unfortunately I can't find page he referred.
But basically it was this:
git clone https://github.com/spectrecoin/spectre
git checkout v1.3.5

I had to get over a few other issues, like install newer version of gcc (7.2.1 which supports C++14 standard - see RPM package devtools-7-runtime) and also build Boost C++ library (distro version didn't work, don't remember exact reason).

Finally I didn't know how to run it. Dunno is it is the best way, but I run it with -cli parameter under tmux console multiplexer.
When I ran it as daemon, I couldn't figure out how to connect to it to issue commands.
Also I needed to create .spectrecoin/spectrecoin.conf in my home dir where I enabled staking and set rpcpassword.
I wonder if there is a tutorial or comprehensive doc about this all (how to configure and run spectre without GUI). I didn't find any - I put everything together from pieces I googled out.


Thank you so much. I used Ubuntu 16.04 and tried with older version v1.3.5. But I can't make it work yet.
@mandica, could you please help make a wallet of any linux version? The present README.md seems not work for us.

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May 22, 2018, 12:48:38 AM
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Miramare: Which point are you stuck at?
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May 23, 2018, 06:17:35 AM
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bullish on this coin. some wallet issues always happening (I personally had some probs with XMT wallet). While korvi  is still in development XSPEC is undervalued imo

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May 23, 2018, 01:12:05 PM
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Miramare: Which point are you stuck at?

Last step when I tried to make.
It is said the same ssl problem.
I didn't update gcc and boost to the latest version, which I should have a try when I have free time.

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May 23, 2018, 04:05:42 PM
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Specterproject has steep and at the same time complex features that are not easily understood by ordinary network users

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May 24, 2018, 12:37:47 AM
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Staking is NOT working at all. Also, I get this error "Generated but not accepted mined"  But wallet on 24/7 is fully synced.

For this month (May)  4 stalled block already...

Which is the best wallet version for staking, I mean workable one.

Thanks

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May 24, 2018, 12:51:01 AM
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What features are there in Spectrecoin? What are the new Spectrecoin advantages with the old Spectrecoin? How does Spectrecoin work on an existing system?

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May 24, 2018, 06:41:13 PM
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Staking is NOT working at all. Also, I get this error "Generated but not accepted mined"  But wallet on 24/7 is fully synced.

For this month (May)  4 stalled block already...

Which is the best wallet version for staking, I mean workable one.

Thanks


Staking is working perfectly fine for me. Getting 1-5 stakes/day without issue. Are you staking a small amount of coins? I'm using 1.3.5 until 1.4 is fully ready. I think Mandica just released the 1.4 Beta but I haven't tried that yet.
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May 24, 2018, 07:49:55 PM
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My wallet is not synching.  It is stuck on a certain block and will not go any further.  How can I fix this issue?  I am not very technical and any information would be greatly appreciated.  TIA!
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