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Author Topic: 🚀 [ANN] ColossusXT (COLX): Private | Instant | Sustainable | Grid Computing  (Read 72021 times)
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September 26, 2017, 07:18:12 PM
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Is there anyone that can tell a little more about the coinswap? The technicals behind it? Is there a wallet preloaded that has coins that can be used in the swap by Nova? How else would I be able to convert millions of CV2 to COLX?

I believe almost all of the 11 billion COLX was premined. That's why they're focusing more on Staking/Masternode payouts rather than mining. Once the swap is over, I think they'll be burning the rest of the supply that doesn't get swapped. So if only 6 Billion CV2 get swapped, that means the new supply for COLX will be 3 Billion. Someone correct me if i'm wrong, but that's my basic understanding of it after reading through the different threads on this.
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September 26, 2017, 07:36:10 PM
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Pool has been fixed blocks are now being paid out

http://84.26.17.231/

-o stratum+tcp://84.26.17.231:3391-u <WALLET_ADDRESS> -p x        >>> Diff: 0.001
-o stratum+tcp://84.26.17.231:3392-u <WALLET_ADDRESS> -p x        >>> Diff: 0.001 >> VarDiff 0.1
-o stratum+tcp://84.26.17.231:3393-u <WALLET_ADDRESS> -p x        >>> Diff: 0.1 >> VarDiff 0.4

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September 26, 2017, 08:12:48 PM
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Hello i was curious as to how Colx is doing so far...and what are you opinions on it so far?
Far from ideal, pools, stop working, blockchain seems to stop to several times per day, nova wallet down ouple times a day. Pools stopped working after maybe 30 minutes after launch, solo mining was impossible yet someone was mining millions (all found blocks for several hours went to 1 adress.

So i guess a lot has to be done.
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September 26, 2017, 08:32:49 PM
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all news in this thread been updated on Chinese Colx website:

https://colx.co/news/
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September 26, 2017, 08:49:42 PM
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http://sopool.us/?address=DR8E6ypunxxZ8dNDsk49zG5jEnC8FYd5WJ
Shows mined coins, also visible on the explorer, but not in wallet.

Explorer shows block 2961 as latest, wallet shows 3033.  Fork possible?

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September 26, 2017, 09:27:12 PM
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http://sopool.us/?address=DR8E6ypunxxZ8dNDsk49zG5jEnC8FYd5WJ
Shows mined coins, also visible on the explorer, but not in wallet.

Explorer shows block 2961 as latest, wallet shows 3033.  Fork possible?

This is dodgy...I have mined yesterday and only 1000 coins made it to the wallet. A transaction pre 2961. I think there is a real problem and we need to stop mining.  Angry

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September 26, 2017, 10:10:34 PM
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this is mine http://sopool.us/?address=DFPUiovFPnVmPyNg5e88pShKp5dndyDAD6
why i receive only 603.52683842 for the last payment??
anyone has same problem?
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September 26, 2017, 11:26:00 PM
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http://sopool.us/?address=DR8E6ypunxxZ8dNDsk49zG5jEnC8FYd5WJ
Shows mined coins, also visible on the explorer, but not in wallet.

Explorer shows block 2961 as latest, wallet shows 3033.  Fork possible?

Resynced from scratch using nodes from explorer.  Blocks do not match.  Wallet = 3152 right now, explorer = 3213

Mined coins are at address, and on explorer, not in wallet...

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September 26, 2017, 11:47:40 PM
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http://sopool.us/?address=DR8E6ypunxxZ8dNDsk49zG5jEnC8FYd5WJ
Shows mined coins, also visible on the explorer, but not in wallet.

Explorer shows block 2961 as latest, wallet shows 3033.  Fork possible?

Resynced from scratch using nodes from explorer.  Blocks do not match.  Wallet = 3152 right now, explorer = 3213

Mined coins are at address, and on explorer, not in wallet...

What is your block hash for 3152?

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September 27, 2017, 12:22:54 AM
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something wrong with block chain, so i confused, i can't sinkronisasi my wallet, then  cannot put this coin to pool68.net
for dev, do you have real and trusted nodes?
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September 27, 2017, 12:29:02 AM
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NOTICE: All, I know were having some coin issues and the majority are mining on my pool.  Just an FYI that I am in contact with one of the main Dev's on the issue.   The dev has been very responsive and usually has good fixes!

We will get everything sorted out!   Wink

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September 27, 2017, 12:40:49 AM
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http://sopool.us/?address=DR8E6ypunxxZ8dNDsk49zG5jEnC8FYd5WJ
Shows mined coins, also visible on the explorer, but not in wallet.

Explorer shows block 2961 as latest, wallet shows 3033.  Fork possible?

Resynced from scratch using nodes from explorer.  Blocks do not match.  Wallet = 3152 right now, explorer = 3213

Mined coins are at address, and on explorer, not in wallet...

What is your block hash for 3152?

000000000556724d6ab8ea6533d2030aca852fdeb27334dbd80d33309b0245b9

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September 27, 2017, 12:50:49 AM
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I compared the hashes from the block explorer with those of my wallet (debug.log).

It seems that there was a chain split (fork) at block 2090:

The hash for #2089 matches (`...de13`), but the hash for #2090 differs (wallet: `...afef`, explorer `...0e12`).

This means that all transactions / payments after block #2089 (2017-09-26 03:05:45) are either in one side of the chain OR the other.


Edit: I now see that it's literally in the log (for blocks #2090 AND (on one side of the chain) #3187):

2017-09-26 04:59:56 ERROR: ContextualCheckBlockHeader: forked chain older than max reorganization depth (height 2090)
2017-09-27 00:47:27 ERROR: ContextualCheckBlockHeader: forked chain older than max reorganization depth (height 3187)

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September 27, 2017, 01:04:25 AM
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I compared the hashes from the block explorer with those of my wallet (debug.log).

It seems that there was a chain split (fork) at block 2090:

The hash for #2089 matches (`...de13`), but the hash for #2090 differs (wallet: `...afef`, explorer `...0e12`).

This means that all transactions / payments after block #2089 (2017-09-26 03:05:45) are either in one side of the chain OR the other.


Edit: I now see that it's literally in the log (for blocks #2090 AND (on one side of the chain) #3187):

2017-09-26 04:59:56 ERROR: ContextualCheckBlockHeader: forked chain older than max reorganization depth (height 2090)
2017-09-27 00:47:27 ERROR: ContextualCheckBlockHeader: forked chain older than max reorganization depth (height 3187)


That is correct.  Talking with the dev about the possibility of a checkpoint to force the chain into the miners chain.  The other chain has like 1-2 miners hitting all the blocks.

Thanks,

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September 27, 2017, 01:09:42 AM
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I am mining but have not received any payment since yesterday?HuhHuhHuhHuhHuh?

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September 27, 2017, 01:17:45 AM
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It seems that there was a chain split (fork) at block 2090:

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That is correct.  Talking with the dev about the possibility of a checkpoint to force the chain into the miners chain.  The other chain has like 1-2 miners hitting all the blocks.

Thanks,

Personally, I think the lack of masternodes has caused a lot of 'misbehaving nodes' and disconnects, which then forced us into adjusting the banscore and using addmode=n.n.n.n.

But I think its better to *not* use addnode and let the software decide. Because by having all wallets connect to the same nodes, we have created a wallet 'island', apparently with one or two miners of its own, resulting in these forks.
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September 27, 2017, 01:18:31 AM
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I am mining but have not received any payment since yesterday?HuhHuhHuhHuhHuh?
There was a fork on the chain.  In talks with the dev about a checkpoint.  

Here are the nodes the pool is connected too.  

You may want to try ONLY the following nodes in the config file.

addnode=82.211.30.118:51572
addnode=84.200.16.124:51572
addnode=35.203.147.109:51572
addnode=35.199.165.239:51572

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September 27, 2017, 01:19:43 AM
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...

It seems that there was a chain split (fork) at block 2090:

...
That is correct.  Talking with the dev about the possibility of a checkpoint to force the chain into the miners chain.  The other chain has like 1-2 miners hitting all the blocks.

Thanks,

Personally, I think the lack of masternodes has caused a lot of 'misbehaving nodes' and disconnects, which then forced us into adjusting the banscore and using addmode=n.n.n.n.

But I think its better to *not* use addnode and let the software decide. Because by having all wallets connect to the same nodes, we have created a wallet 'island', apparently with one or two miners of its own, resulting in these forks.


True.  But could easily be fixed using a checkpoint of the blockchain the dev deems appropriate.  I would assume the majority would rule here, and we have around 121 miners on the pool right now.  Smiley

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September 27, 2017, 01:22:09 AM
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All I know is that the community agreed to cut the total supply in half and add masternodes. Mining after the premined swap amount defeats this purpose. Not once in all these day to day posts did the word swap get confused with the words flash mining. This is why people are confused long term cv2 holders have not been given due diligence. For all this confusion I apologize for not keeping up with the last minute info. A 2:1 swap with mining on top beforehand does not cut the total supply in half. Sure it might just be a fraction over but that is not the point. Good luck with the future colx but I for one am tired of wallet clones that do nothing but gain value from hype and ignore where they come from. And yes this coin is just a clone.
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September 27, 2017, 01:36:08 AM
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However, in defense for the colx community from my previous post, even if I did have beforehand mining knowledge, I still wouldn't have been able to figure it out. I only know how to mine sha256 and scrypt so everything else is foreign to me. I tried to use -a quark or whatever but it shut my miner down instantly. The problem could be that I am comfortable with bfgminer and maybe it is the wrong one, idk but it feels like these things should have been made more clear.
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