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Author Topic: [ANN][ZEL] Zelcash : INNOVATIVE-INTELLIGENT-INSPIRING Cryptocurrency - zkSNARKs  (Read 20579 times)
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Today at 09:40:35 AM
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As I wrote - I already did this. Nothing.
After wallet start there appears only zelcash.conf in the folder. No debug.log,
no blocks subfolder, nothing.

In the background I can see zelcash-cli.exe trying to start and immediately closing.

The old wallet was working without a problem.
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Today at 09:52:45 AM
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Now in such a difficult time, I think any news it will be good to influence the community. The team Zelcash often need to give the news that they actually do.

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Today at 11:28:42 AM
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I run zelcashd.exe manually and now finally wallet is starting.
That's kinda upsetting for a gui wallet.
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Today at 01:46:25 PM
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I run zelcashd.exe manually and now finally wallet is starting.
That's kinda upsetting for a gui wallet.

If you are on Windows, theres a chance that Windows Defender is stopping zelcashd from running automatically. You should not have to start the daemon manually unless some AV software is actively stopping the process.
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