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December 12, 2017, 11:48:43 AM
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was down at least 4 times today, avoid that pool...

Why all the TZC pools are so terrible ? Is this the blockchain again ?

VALID question.

All the pools that support this coin are super sucky, and two mentioned here appear to be same,as they both generate the exact same ping sequence over ten runs, ;: hmmm aikia & xyz

Been fussing with this coin for weeks, prefer to use suprnova.cc, but they appear to have dropped this coin, and don't appear to have any interest in making it work,

Makes you think the core daemon has some serious problems? Right? Then u see all these storys here about wallets going zero, probably because the staking algo appears to write the wallet as its left open, some dangerous stuff here, have too assume the hackers are going crazy over this open-door looting center,

I just want to mine some of  this coin, I let the aika run a full 24 hours on a full rig, and got zero, coin and quit; never seen anything like this, its sort of like a black-hole to redirect mining power for lyra, which could explain why the 1/2 dozen bogus pools are really all the same person, and no legitimate pool seems to want to touch this coin, nor legitimate exchange, ;.... again hmmmmmmmmmm

The DEV here seems to have THIN skin, and not want to take responsibility, IMHO POS always sucks, why even bother just to differentiate, or is this open wallet pos-pow two way door a future? Seems like the most common game these days is to just steal mining power, that's why I generally just stick with suprnova.cc they always pay out and never play games, like NICEHASH which was outright criminal, and now gone, ...

DEV here better go honest with these problems, or he too will go nicehash

I came to the conclusion that it is just another shitcoin with terrible devs. Ill dump all I have when I get my price on the market.
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December 12, 2017, 11:49:44 AM
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I want to leave the wallet open for stacking. Reading the guide they say to create the config file with some data. In particular:

rpcuser=your_username
rpcpassword=your_strong_password

I don't understand why should I write my account and the password... They can be used to control the pc in remote... Why the wallet needs those data ??

Can someone explain me this ??

Nobody is able to connect from remote if you specify rpcallowip= 127.0.0.1

You need that rpcuser and rpcpassword only for solomining, but I have given a generell config with which you can solomine/stake. No security issue here.

I din't see "rpcallowip= 127.0.0.1"... OK about this.
But do you really need this to stake ?
I just copy-pasted the generic config file and triangle is orange/yellow showing "Staking enabled for 1 inputs weighing xxxx coins days"...

I did't received any coins until now, but it' just few days that i have my coins (about 10K) in the wallet...

Is it correctly stacking ?

You dont need it for staking as I already stated, its just needed for solomining. - You can leave it out. If it shows "Staking enabled.. " Its working fine!

except its not, many of us arent receiving anything, wake up
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December 12, 2017, 12:20:37 PM
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I want to leave the wallet open for stacking. Reading the guide they say to create the config file with some data. In particular:

rpcuser=your_username
rpcpassword=your_strong_password

I don't understand why should I write my account and the password... They can be used to control the pc in remote... Why the wallet needs those data ??

Can someone explain me this ??

Nobody is able to connect from remote if you specify rpcallowip= 127.0.0.1

You need that rpcuser and rpcpassword only for solomining, but I have given a generell config with which you can solomine/stake. No security issue here.

I din't see "rpcallowip= 127.0.0.1"... OK about this.
But do you really need this to stake ?
I just copy-pasted the generic config file and triangle is orange/yellow showing "Staking enabled for 1 inputs weighing xxxx coins days"...

I did't received any coins until now, but it' just few days that i have my coins (about 10K) in the wallet...

Is it correctly stacking ?

You dont need it for staking as I already stated, its just needed for solomining. - You can leave it out. If it shows "Staking enabled.. " Its working fine!

except its not, many of us arent receiving anything, wake up

What is stacking? Right now im mining through Altminer.con

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December 12, 2017, 01:16:31 PM
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usually I do not post much here, but the comments of some members here irritate me a lot. I have the feeling that some people don't want to read instructions or join slack to get support but just cry out and call this coin a shit coin which it is not. I have been mining this coin for the last 7-8 weeks and only had my wallet crash once in that timeframe. I use tzcpool.xyz from the beginning and get alway paid. Also staking works just fine. Please read the instructions on the website/slack.
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December 12, 2017, 01:30:45 PM
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So true...some people want to mine/stake/trade etc but are unable to read a few sentences and then they blame the project and the devs if they arent sucessfull Undecided
But whatever if they sell we can get more cheap coins  Grin
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December 12, 2017, 02:28:32 PM
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Staking is working fine for me.
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December 12, 2017, 03:22:13 PM
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usually I do not post much here, but the comments of some members here irritate me a lot. I have the feeling that some people don't want to read instructions or join slack to get support but just cry out and call this coin a shit coin which it is not. I have been mining this coin for the last 7-8 weeks and only had my wallet crash once in that timeframe. I use tzcpool.xyz from the beginning and get alway paid. Also staking works just fine. Please read the instructions on the website/slack.

pathetic fanboy...
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December 12, 2017, 04:05:42 PM
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usually I do not post much here, but the comments of some members here irritate me a lot. I have the feeling that some people don't want to read instructions or join slack to get support but just cry out and call this coin a shit coin which it is not. I have been mining this coin for the last 7-8 weeks and only had my wallet crash once in that timeframe. I use tzcpool.xyz from the beginning and get alway paid. Also staking works just fine. Please read the instructions on the website/slack.

pathetic fanboy...

why even bother then? Move on to another coin that you are more comfortable with...
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December 12, 2017, 04:06:18 PM
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Nice project!!! 👍
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December 12, 2017, 04:49:14 PM
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Staking works great.  This might be the best coin to stake out of any coin out there.

The devs are always around to answer any questions, and they're working in the background to implement new features to tzc.
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December 12, 2017, 04:53:04 PM
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I want to leave the wallet open for stacking. Reading the guide they say to create the config file with some data. In particular:

rpcuser=your_username
rpcpassword=your_strong_password

I don't understand why should I write my account and the password... They can be used to control the pc in remote... Why the wallet needs those data ??

Can someone explain me this ??

Nobody is able to connect from remote if you specify rpcallowip= 127.0.0.1

You need that rpcuser and rpcpassword only for solomining, but I have given a generell config with which you can solomine/stake. No security issue here.

I din't see "rpcallowip= 127.0.0.1"... OK about this.
But do you really need this to stake ?
I just copy-pasted the generic config file and triangle is orange/yellow showing "Staking enabled for 1 inputs weighing xxxx coins days"...

I did't received any coins until now, but it' just few days that i have my coins (about 10K) in the wallet...

Is it correctly stacking ?

You dont need it for staking as I already stated, its just needed for solomining. - You can leave it out. If it shows "Staking enabled.. " Its working fine!

except its not, many of us arent receiving anything, wake up

How many coins do you have, or, more importantly, how many coins-days are you staking? It is working fine for me, and I didn't have to do anything but to follow rather simple instructions. Also, my wallet has not crashed for quite a few days. It would seem that is related to a scaling issue, and the net has decreased somewhat since the huge burst. I do trust the dev to fix this in the following release, allowing the net to grow and the coin to go up in value. Rome was not built in a day you know.
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December 12, 2017, 05:25:27 PM
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I want to leave the wallet open for stacking. Reading the guide they say to create the config file with some data. In particular:

rpcuser=your_username
rpcpassword=your_strong_password

I don't understand why should I write my account and the password... They can be used to control the pc in remote... Why the wallet needs those data ??

Can someone explain me this ??

Nobody is able to connect from remote if you specify rpcallowip= 127.0.0.1

You need that rpcuser and rpcpassword only for solomining, but I have given a generell config with which you can solomine/stake. No security issue here.

I din't see "rpcallowip= 127.0.0.1"... OK about this.
But do you really need this to stake ?
I just copy-pasted the generic config file and triangle is orange/yellow showing "Staking enabled for 1 inputs weighing xxxx coins days"...

I did't received any coins until now, but it' just few days that i have my coins (about 10K) in the wallet...

Is it correctly stacking ?

You dont need it for staking as I already stated, its just needed for solomining. - You can leave it out. If it shows "Staking enabled.. " Its working fine!

except its not, many of us arent receiving anything, wake up

How many coins do you have and what are your inputs and coin days?

I have a little over 35,000 TZC and I get a 100 coin reward about twice a week on average. 

If you have 1000 coins you are going to be waiting for months before you get anything and with a little bad luck (luck is a part of staking just like it is mining) you could wait a year.

But, to a more important point.  I think TZC is definitely not a shit coin.  There are some shit posters around here however.
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December 12, 2017, 09:14:57 PM
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YEAH TZC is not shit coin like other.

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December 13, 2017, 01:33:04 AM
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Official TZC Pool is open.

https://pool.trezarcoin.com

Kindly regards,
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December 13, 2017, 06:42:05 AM
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was down at least 4 times today, avoid that pool...

Why all the TZC pools are so terrible ? Is this the blockchain again ?

VALID question.

All the pools that support this coin are super sucky, and two mentioned here appear to be same,as they both generate the exact same ping sequence over ten runs, ;: hmmm aikia & xyz

Been fussing with this coin for weeks, prefer to use suprnova.cc, but they appear to have dropped this coin, and don't appear to have any interest in making it work,

Makes you think the core daemon has some serious problems? Right? Then u see all these storys here about wallets going zero, probably because the staking algo appears to write the wallet as its left open, some dangerous stuff here, have too assume the hackers are going crazy over this open-door looting center,

I just want to mine some of  this coin, I let the aika run a full 24 hours on a full rig, and got zero, coin and quit; never seen anything like this, its sort of like a black-hole to redirect mining power for lyra, which could explain why the 1/2 dozen bogus pools are really all the same person, and no legitimate pool seems to want to touch this coin, nor legitimate exchange, ;.... again hmmmmmmmmmm

The DEV here seems to have THIN skin, and not want to take responsibility, IMHO POS always sucks, why even bother just to differentiate, or is this open wallet pos-pow two way door a future? Seems like the most common game these days is to just steal mining power, that's why I generally just stick with suprnova.cc they always pay out and never play games, like NICEHASH which was outright criminal, and now gone, ...

DEV here better go honest with these problems, or he too will go nicehash

I came to the conclusion that it is just another shitcoin with terrible devs. Ill dump all I have when I get my price on the market.

@Temporel: it seems you always have something bad to say every time you post on this thread. Useless information you should just keep to yourself as it is often a waste of time for others to read. Sounds like you have personal issues, posting here will not help you.
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December 13, 2017, 07:28:13 AM
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YEAH TZC is not shit coin like other.
Agree. There are many shit coin but I like TZC over other shit coins.

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December 13, 2017, 10:28:50 AM
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How many coins do you have and what are your inputs and coin days?

I have a little over 35,000 TZC and I get a 100 coin reward about twice a week on average. 

If you have 1000 coins you are going to be waiting for months before you get anything and with a little bad luck (luck is a part of staking just like it is mining) you could wait a year.

But, to a more important point.  I think TZC is definitely not a shit coin.  There are some shit posters around here however.

That matches well my observations...complainers do the math, and remember, it IS kind of a lottery. Of course, if there is a huge discrepancy (say, you should have got 8 blocks and got none), you may have a point.
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December 13, 2017, 11:31:37 AM
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I want to leave the wallet open for stacking. Reading the guide they say to create the config file with some data. In particular:

rpcuser=your_username
rpcpassword=your_strong_password

I don't understand why should I write my account and the password... They can be used to control the pc in remote... Why the wallet needs those data ??

Can someone explain me this ??

Nobody is able to connect from remote if you specify rpcallowip= 127.0.0.1

You need that rpcuser and rpcpassword only for solomining, but I have given a generell config with which you can solomine/stake. No security issue here.

I din't see "rpcallowip= 127.0.0.1"... OK about this.
But do you really need this to stake ?
I just copy-pasted the generic config file and triangle is orange/yellow showing "Staking enabled for 1 inputs weighing xxxx coins days"...

I did't received any coins until now, but it' just few days that i have my coins (about 10K) in the wallet...

Is it correctly stacking ?

You dont need it for staking as I already stated, its just needed for solomining. - You can leave it out. If it shows "Staking enabled.. " Its working fine!

except its not, many of us arent receiving anything, wake up

How many coins do you have and what are your inputs and coin days?

I have a little over 35,000 TZC and I get a 100 coin reward about twice a week on average. 

If you have 1000 coins you are going to be waiting for months before you get anything and with a little bad luck (luck is a part of staking just like it is mining) you could wait a year.

But, to a more important point.  I think TZC is definitely not a shit coin.  There are some shit posters around here however.

I have 10000 (10K) coins... the wallet is always open and now the triangle says "1 inputs weighing 40576 coin days"....
Not sure what those number means...

Can you explain me number of inputs and coin days ?

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December 14, 2017, 01:58:52 AM
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I want to leave the wallet open for stacking. Reading the guide they say to create the config file with some data. In particular:

rpcuser=your_username
rpcpassword=your_strong_password

I don't understand why should I write my account and the password... They can be used to control the pc in remote... Why the wallet needs those data ??

Can someone explain me this ??

Nobody is able to connect from remote if you specify rpcallowip= 127.0.0.1

You need that rpcuser and rpcpassword only for solomining, but I have given a generell config with which you can solomine/stake. No security issue here.

I din't see "rpcallowip= 127.0.0.1"... OK about this.
But do you really need this to stake ?
I just copy-pasted the generic config file and triangle is orange/yellow showing "Staking enabled for 1 inputs weighing xxxx coins days"...

I did't received any coins until now, but it' just few days that i have my coins (about 10K) in the wallet...

Is it correctly stacking ?

You dont need it for staking as I already stated, its just needed for solomining. - You can leave it out. If it shows "Staking enabled.. " Its working fine!

except its not, many of us arent receiving anything, wake up

How many coins do you have and what are your inputs and coin days?

I have a little over 35,000 TZC and I get a 100 coin reward about twice a week on average. 

If you have 1000 coins you are going to be waiting for months before you get anything and with a little bad luck (luck is a part of staking just like it is mining) you could wait a year.

But, to a more important point.  I think TZC is definitely not a shit coin.  There are some shit posters around here however.

I have 10000 (10K) coins... the wallet is always open and now the triangle says "1 inputs weighing 40576 coin days"....
Not sure what those number means...

Can you explain me number of inputs and coin days ?

Coins*Coindays = Coinweight  ( Coinweight is your PoS "Hashingpower" )

Please read the whitepaper for more detailed information.

https://trezarcoin.com/whitepaper.pdf

Kindly regards,
ChekaZ

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December 14, 2017, 02:29:04 AM
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I want to leave the wallet open for stacking. Reading the guide they say to create the config file with some data. In particular:

rpcuser=your_username
rpcpassword=your_strong_password

I don't understand why should I write my account and the password... They can be used to control the pc in remote... Why the wallet needs those data ??

Can someone explain me this ??

Nobody is able to connect from remote if you specify rpcallowip= 127.0.0.1

You need that rpcuser and rpcpassword only for solomining, but I have given a generell config with which you can solomine/stake. No security issue here.

I din't see "rpcallowip= 127.0.0.1"... OK about this.
But do you really need this to stake ?
I just copy-pasted the generic config file and triangle is orange/yellow showing "Staking enabled for 1 inputs weighing xxxx coins days"...

I did't received any coins until now, but it' just few days that i have my coins (about 10K) in the wallet...

Is it correctly stacking ?

You dont need it for staking as I already stated, its just needed for solomining. - You can leave it out. If it shows "Staking enabled.. " Its working fine!

except its not, many of us arent receiving anything, wake up

How many coins do you have and what are your inputs and coin days?

I have a little over 35,000 TZC and I get a 100 coin reward about twice a week on average. 

If you have 1000 coins you are going to be waiting for months before you get anything and with a little bad luck (luck is a part of staking just like it is mining) you could wait a year.

But, to a more important point.  I think TZC is definitely not a shit coin.  There are some shit posters around here however.

I have 10000 (10K) coins... the wallet is always open and now the triangle says "1 inputs weighing 40576 coin days"....
Not sure what those number means...

Can you explain me number of inputs and coin days ?

Coins*Coindays = Coinweight  ( Coinweight is your PoS "Hashingpower" )

Please read the whitepaper for more detailed information.

https://trezarcoin.com/whitepaper.pdf

Kindly regards,
ChekaZ

it's like Masternode? or we just buy some trezar and run solominning in wallet?
can someone explain about it
thanks


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