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November 13, 2017, 09:56:04 PM
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Is it already minable? Which wallets do you suggest as the best ones for this coin? Is it already on the market and the exchanges? Thank you.

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November 13, 2017, 09:59:11 PM
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are there any addnodes out there?  I only showing 2 connections Sad

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November 13, 2017, 10:03:00 PM
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Blocks seem to be rolling again
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November 13, 2017, 10:05:02 PM
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Finally managed to sync, import private keys, send Bitcoin Gold to an exchange (HitBTC), trade, withdraw, and confirm the withdrawal.  That was an ordeal!

Does anyone know if there are withdrawal limits on crypto at HitBTC these days?

how did you do that?,...which wallet?

I have Bitcoin Gold 0.15.0.1 fully synched (on Linux) and am managing coins using bgold-cli.

Code:
$ ./bgoldd -rpcport=8339 -connect=localhost:8333 -bootstrap -skiphardforkibd

This created a new .bitcoingold folder in my home directory and the node proceeded to sync up to the fork block by connecting to my Bitcoin Core node.  This took about an hour and consumed no bandwidth.  You can check progress with
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$ ./bgoldd-cli -rpcport=8339 getinfo
If you don't have a Bitcoin node then just omit "-connect=localhost:8333" but this will consume I guess around 150 GB of bandwidth and will probably take a day or so depending on your connection speed.

Once you've reached the fork block, kill the node and restart it with
Code:
$ ./bgold -rpcport=8339
If you're struggling to get any connections you can try adding nodes as others have explained recently in this thread but I expect you'll connect ok now.  I interact with the node and wallet using bgold-cli.  Some examples:

Importing a private key:
Code:
$ ./bgold-cli -rpcport=8339 importprivkey KzUj...eTX9 "" true
To import multiple private keys do the same but finish the line with false for all but the last key to avoid rescanning for each one.

Checking my balance:
Code:
$ ./bgold-cli -rpcport=8339 getinfo
{
  "deprecation-warning": "WARNING: getinfo is deprecated and will be fully removed in 0.16. Projects should transition to using getblockchaininfo, getnetworkinfo, and getwalletinfo before upgrading to 0.16",
  "version": 150001,
  "protocolversion": 70016,
  "walletversion": 139900,
  "balance": 2057.86118500,
  "blocks": 499934,
  "timeoffset": -1,
  "connections": 2,
  "proxy": "",
  "difficulty": 5188865.299493919,
  "testnet": false,
  "keypoololdest": 1510527535,
  "keypoolsize": 1999,
  "paytxfee": 0.00000000,
  "relayfee": 0.00001000,
  "errors": ""
}

Sending 1 BTG:
Code:
$ ./bgold-cli -rpcport=8339 sendtoaddress "GN1TFHAjkfBEH2gxQ2sarrwACatLdQFuL7" 1
9c50eb6b626a2ec6f89aed9b3001f6e47d86b6dfb633bfec65e1bd63a230334b

Checking the status of recent transactions:
Code:
$ ./bgold-cli -rpcport=8339 listtransactions

HitBTC accepted my deposit after 6 confirmations (which took about 2 hours).  The rest is cake.
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November 13, 2017, 10:16:08 PM
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Bittrex does not calculate  bitcoin gold. who knows when they plan to charge? There are different rumors in the network, it is difficult to find the right information

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November 13, 2017, 10:25:17 PM
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Its all a bit up in the air, i dont think anyone really
knows what exactly is going on.

I have keys ready to sweep but i think i will hold
out a bit longer until things settle down and we
get a sense of whats what.

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November 13, 2017, 11:56:17 PM
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Finally, it works.
I used coinimi to sweep my BTG, transferred it to hitbtc, waited around 4h, and now I can trade them.
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November 13, 2017, 11:58:28 PM
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Finally, it works.
I used coinimi to sweep my BTG, transferred it to hitbtc, waited around 4h, and now I can trade them.
+1 it is working

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November 14, 2017, 12:02:34 AM
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btg.altpool.pro

does that pool work ?   Still having "Immature Balance Block rewards awaiting maturity   0.0007"  from yesterday,  
Now I connected to mining and for 3 hours I see no difference on balance. It's still having delay?

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November 14, 2017, 01:15:12 AM
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Hi guys, are you mining with the original block chain drivers and the original EWBF miner or does anyone have a modified version special for Bitcoin Gold mining?

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November 14, 2017, 01:48:15 AM
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I'm getting 'no-witness-yet' when trying to make a transaction from a P2SH-P2WPKH address. Is segwit active on bitcoin gold?
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November 14, 2017, 02:00:46 AM
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How does a chain spit happen?

Same way a 'fork' happens,

What the fuck is BTG?

Just clone he SW (BTC) and find enough morons to go along with you ,.... easy peezy
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November 14, 2017, 02:03:32 AM
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I'm getting 'no-witness-yet' when trying to make a transaction from a P2SH-P2WPKH address. Is segwit active on bitcoin gold?

Confirmations seem to be taken more than 12 hours, after shit is found on btg.suprnova.cc

Quite long usually stuff gets confirmed in 2-4 hours

Just keep your shorts on be patient, no hurry

The trust level is VERY low, suprnova.cc doesn't want to pay out what's not there's, the ASSHOLES BTG-DEV are just pissing everyone off, with their demands to reset the block-chain, cuz the chinese didn't pull off the scam like they thought, turns out the people at suprnova.cc are 1000X smarter than dumb-fucks at BTG-DEV

Sour grapes, but it puts everything in limbo

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We need MORE full nodes

WE need more time so the nodes get synchronized,

Hell even the source that comes with BTG-DEV doesn't have any seeds in the chainparamsseed.h, this is easy to GENERATE with python, the script is in /share, but the FUCK-HEADS never even properly configured, so what we have is a klusterfuck network, where nodes can't find one another, maybe this was planned by chinese so they could BAN non-chinese nodes and control the chain,

Who the fuck knows, but its VERY suspicious.
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November 14, 2017, 02:04:48 AM
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i am sorry still newbie here....can you help me please...how can i transfer btg address from btgwallet.online to other btg address, thanks
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November 14, 2017, 02:12:32 AM
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I'm getting 'no-witness-yet' when trying to make a transaction from a P2SH-P2WPKH address. Is segwit active on bitcoin gold?

Confirmations seem to be taken more than 12 hours, after shit is found on btg.suprnova.cc

Quite long usually stuff gets confirmed in 2-4 hours

Just keep your shorts on be patient, no hurry

The trust level is VERY low, suprnova.cc doesn't want to pay out what's not there's, the ASSHOLES BTG-DEV are just pissing everyone off, with their demands to reset the block-chain, cuz the chinese didn't pull off the scam like they thought, turns out the people at suprnova.cc are 1000X smarter than dumb-fucks at BTG-DEV

Sour grapes, but it puts everything in limbo

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We need MORE full nodes

WE need more time so the nodes get synchronized,

Hell even the source that comes with BTG-DEV doesn't have any seeds in the chainparamsseed.h, this is easy to GENERATE with python, the script is in /share, but the FUCK-HEADS never even properly configured, so what we have is a klusterfuck network, where nodes can't find one another, maybe this was planned by chinese so they could BAN non-chinese nodes and control the chain,

Who the fuck knows, but its VERY suspicious.

Can a good natured supergeek perhaps run the scrypt and post the freedom-generated "chainparamsseed.h" file on a non _CHOINA host?
 

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November 14, 2017, 02:18:35 AM
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This is an amazing thread, and so informational ...... BTG is an amazing coin too  Grin

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November 14, 2017, 02:25:28 AM
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How many confirms are HitBTC taking to credit (sent from Coinami).

Is it a multi hour wait type thing?

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November 14, 2017, 02:29:08 AM
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Finally, it works.
I used coinimi to sweep my BTG, transferred it to hitbtc, waited around 4h, and now I can trade them.
+1 it is working

coinomi on android doesn't seam to be able to read BTG addresses what app are you using?
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November 14, 2017, 02:33:48 AM
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How many confirms are HitBTC taking to credit (sent from Coinami).

Is it a multi hour wait type thing?

I don't know about Coinomi but HitBTC is displaying incoming BTG deposits as pending after 1 confirmation and accepting them as clear funds after 6.  At least, this is the intention.  They are having some trouble and a couple of times now I've seen a transaction reach 3 confirmations before it's even acknowledged by HitBTC and take 9 or 10 to clear.

Also bear in mind that Bitcoin Gold blocks have been slower than 10 minutes each on average over the last 12 hours.
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November 14, 2017, 02:52:57 AM
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i had BTC in my Bitcoin Core wallet from 10/16 and moved it on 10/28 however when i export the private key and sweep the wallet in my coinomi app it says "the private key does not contain any funds". on https://bitcoingold.org/ i checked my balance for my addresses with the same result(s) as the wallet sweep in coinomi

another odd thing... one wallet address had 2 transactions for one day (.01 and .91) and i was only able to sweep that private key for (.01).

what is going on?!
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