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Author Topic: [ANN][TZC] TrezarCoin Super-Secure-PoW/PoS  (Read 130164 times)
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October 31, 2017, 08:29:59 AM
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Now that novaexchange is closing in a few months, are there any plans to list on another exchange ?
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October 31, 2017, 12:29:37 PM
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https://stocks.exchange/trade/TZC/BTC
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October 31, 2017, 01:42:00 PM
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Yes, I am aware that it is also listed on stocks.exchange
However, I do not think you can compare its mere 0.01btc buy orders and 0.01% of total volume to the 4.2btc buy orders and 99.9% total volume that is on novaexchange.
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November 01, 2017, 12:41:35 AM
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Yes, I am aware that it is also listed on stocks.exchange
However, I do not think you can compare its mere 0.01btc buy orders and 0.01% of total volume to the 4.2btc buy orders and 99.9% total volume that is on novaexchange.

TZC is also here https://coinsmarkets.com/trade-BTC-TZC.htm# but it has low volume as well.

A few posts earlier is a link to where you can show support for TZC in the gate.io twitter thread.  They are a higher volume exchange, adding 100+ new coins.

Cryptopia announced that coins on NovaExchange can be listed there for half the price.  Fingers crossed that we can get on there.  Wink  Once we get onto a bigger exchange more people will take notice of TZC and increase the value.

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November 01, 2017, 01:33:09 AM
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I like this review of TrezarCoin:  https://microcapcrypto.com/tzc/  Cool

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November 01, 2017, 08:23:31 AM
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TZC TrezarCoin list on cryptopia

Congratulation !

https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Exchange/?market=TRC_BTC

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November 01, 2017, 08:44:57 AM
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TZC TrezarCoin list on cryptopia

Congratulation !

https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Exchange/?market=TRC_BTC

Congratulations YES!

this is the link though lol  Grin https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Exchange/?market=TZC_BTC

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November 01, 2017, 09:43:40 AM
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Listed on cryptopia already ?
This is unbelievable, thank you very much Chekaz for making this happen Smiley
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November 01, 2017, 09:47:16 AM
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Listed on cryptopia already ?
This is unbelievable, thank you very much Chekaz for making this happen Smiley
Yes, I received the cryptopia twitter at noon and went listed in cryptopia.It was definitely a surprise.
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November 01, 2017, 12:30:26 PM
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You are welcome guys! - Happy trading over there Wink

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November 01, 2017, 01:29:39 PM
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this is so good news  Grin Grin Grin will wait big pump Huh
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November 01, 2017, 01:46:58 PM
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Thank you and congrats Smiley

Mining full speed Smiley
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November 01, 2017, 02:33:19 PM
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Just checked their thread at bitcointalk, very good description of bounty terms and conditions for participants! Like it. If the whole project is managed like this, consider, can trust their team.
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November 01, 2017, 03:38:49 PM
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With POS is says you can not move funds out of your wallet. I've only done POW so POS is new to me, how many coins so I leave in the wallet and how do the coins need to stay in before I can move out what I make. It wasn't clear to me from the OP, but there are good resources explaining how to do it.  Can someone in a basic manner explain TZC POS and if it is worth it? I mean you miner can just have the POS wallet open right, just dedicate a core to it? The "you can't transfer funds out of the POS wallet" has me spooked to do try it.

Thanks!

You need at least 20 Coins to start staking. At the current difficulty you need about 100k-200k Coins to get at least 1 Stake a day. Your coins are not locked you can just go ahead and stake! Smiley - Just leave your wallet open and unlocked and you will automaticly start staking if you have coins which are older than 24h. Please consider to use the config given on the website or the first post here. The triangle on the right lower corner should show staking enabled for x inputs.. Then you are good to go.

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If I just leave the mac wallet open is that fine if I have staking on? Or my miner runs ubuntu can I just set it up on here, and not run the VPS server like in the instructions? I don't really understand why I would need a VPS on my linux computer, so I'm wondering if I can get around it but just using the wallet gui and turning on staking like my mac.

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November 01, 2017, 05:00:05 PM
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With POS is says you can not move funds out of your wallet. I've only done POW so POS is new to me, how many coins so I leave in the wallet and how do the coins need to stay in before I can move out what I make. It wasn't clear to me from the OP, but there are good resources explaining how to do it.  Can someone in a basic manner explain TZC POS and if it is worth it? I mean you miner can just have the POS wallet open right, just dedicate a core to it? The "you can't transfer funds out of the POS wallet" has me spooked to do try it.

Thanks!

You need at least 20 Coins to start staking. At the current difficulty you need about 100k-200k Coins to get at least 1 Stake a day. Your coins are not locked you can just go ahead and stake! Smiley - Just leave your wallet open and unlocked and you will automaticly start staking if you have coins which are older than 24h. Please consider to use the config given on the website or the first post here. The triangle on the right lower corner should show staking enabled for x inputs.. Then you are good to go.

Kindly regards,
ChekaZ

If I just leave the mac wallet open is that fine if I have staking on? Or my miner runs ubuntu can I just set it up on here, and not run the VPS server like in the instructions? I don't really understand why I would need a VPS on my linux computer, so I'm wondering if I can get around it but just using the wallet gui and turning on staking like my mac.

Thanks man,
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Its just fine if you leave the mac wallet open, staking should be fine then.

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November 02, 2017, 08:30:26 AM
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CONGRATS for the cryptopia listing ! It's a first major step to be listed on cryptopia. Long life to TZC, next step : Bittrex ... Polo ... Kraken  Grin
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November 02, 2017, 10:05:55 AM
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i recently started mining this coin and i am very excited to be staking as well, just to make sure everything works fine, i have a few questions.

1. do i need to change the config file for a wallet running on mac? And if so, how can i do that? if i look into the content folder i can not find a config file...
2. do i need to add a second wallet for staking, since i saw a lot of you have wallets named "mining" and "POS" separately? how do you guys "tell" where the staking coins should be awarded/received to?

thanks ahead
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November 02, 2017, 10:21:00 AM
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i recently started mining this coin and i am very excited to be staking as well, just to make sure everything works fine, i have a few questions.

1. do i need to change the config file for a wallet running on mac? And if so, how can i do that? if i look into the content folder i can not find a config file...
2. do i need to add a second wallet for staking, since i saw a lot of you have wallets named "mining" and "POS" separately? how do you guys "tell" where the staking coins should be awarded/received to?

thanks ahead

I just started staking yesterday on Mac and you just leave your wallet open, see the top of this page of admins clarification.  I haven't recieved anything but I also only have 2k tzc and my computer falls asleep.  May set up a wallet on a linux computer later today, but to my understanding we don't have a config file on mac that needs to be edited.
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November 02, 2017, 11:47:45 AM
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I just started staking yesterday on Mac and you just leave your wallet open, see the top of this page of admins clarification.  I haven't recieved anything but I also only have 2k tzc and my computer falls asleep.  May set up a wallet on a linux computer later today, but to my understanding we don't have a config file on mac that needs to be edited.

Sorry to disappoint you, it will probably take a month or so to get stakes with only 2K of coins

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November 02, 2017, 03:52:29 PM
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Yes that is my address.

Sorry I am new to this. How would I start my wallet with --rescan?
Thank you for your help.

Use CMD, navigate to your Trezarcoinfolder and execute trezarcoin-qt.exe --rescan

Edit: If you need futher help, please join slack.

SOoo I think I messed up during the download of the wallet. I downloaded but i didnt extract the files. Instead I ran the wallet app which opened the wallet. Then I continued to send my TZC from nova to the given address. Any hope of ever getting my TZC?

Thank you for your support.
It's probably windows now? You could search your windows partition for a wallet.dat, it may be that it was created in the temp folder.
Or if you still have the app open, there is an option to backup the wallet.

Yes this is windows. I still don't see my TZC balance in the wallet. I tried to export into a different wallet and still no luck. Any help would be appreciated.

--rescan didnt work?

I can't change the file name because I opened the wallet before extracting it from zip file.

Am I hooped guys? 
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