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June 23, 2017, 11:55:07 AM
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Thank you all for the responses. I will go over to the suggested links and sign up now.
Your welcome Evonman1,

Hope this helps, the admin team verified your login to the www.fastcointalk.org site, so you should be good to go!

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Trying to compile your coin from scratch, can I get some help w/ the compiler error shown below?

Code:
include\QtGui" -I"..\Qt\4.8.6\include" -I"src" -I"src\json" -I"src\qt" -I"..\deps"
 -I"MINIUPNPC_LIB_PATH=C:\deps\miniupnpc" -I"src\leveldb\include" -I"src\leveldb
\helpers" -I"..\deps\boost_1_55_0" -I"..\deps\db-4.8.30.NC\build_unix" -I"..\dep
s\openssl-1.0.1j\include" -I"..\deps\qrencode-3.4.4" -I"..\Qt\4.8.6\include\Acti
veQt" -I"build" -I"build" -I"..\Qt\4.8.6\mkspecs\default" -o build\qrc_bitcoin.o
 release\qrc_bitcoin.cpp
g++ -Wl,--dynamicbase -Wl,--nxcompat -Wl,--large-address-aware -static -static-l
ibgcc -static-libstdc++ -Wl,-s -mthreads -Wl,-subsystem,windows -o release\clone
coin-qt.exe object_script.clonecoin-qt.Release  -L"c:\Qt\4.8.6\lib" -lmingwthrd
-lmingw32 -lqtmain build\bitcoin-qt_res.o -lqrencode -lminiupnpc -liphlpapi C:/C
lonecoin/src/leveldb/libleveldb.a C:/Clonecoin/src/leveldb/libmemenv.a -lshlwapi
 -LC:\deps\boost_1_55_0/stage/lib -LC:\deps\db-4.8.30.NC\build_unix -LC:\deps\op
enssl-1.0.1j -LC:\deps\qrencode-3.4.4\.libs -lssl -lcrypto -ldb_cxx -lshlwapi -l
mswsock -lboost_system-mgw49-mt-s-1_55 -lboost_filesystem-mgw49-mt-s-1_55 -lboos
t_program_options-mgw49-mt-s-1_55 -lboost_thread-mgw49-mt-s-1_55 -lboost_chrono-
mgw49-mt-s-1_55 -lQtGui -lQtNetwork -lgdi32 -lcomdlg32 -loleaut32 -limm32 -lwinm
m -lwinspool -lmsimg32 -lQtCore -lole32 -luuid -lws2_32 -ladvapi32 -lshell32 -lu
ser32 -lkernel32
C:/mingw32/bin/../lib/gcc/i686-w64-mingw32/4.9.1/../../../../i686-w64-mingw32/bi
n/ld.exe: cannot find -lminiupnpc
collect2.exe: error: ld returned 1 exit status
Makefile.Release:291: recipe for target 'release\clonecoin-qt.exe' failed
mingw32-make: *** [release\fastcoin-qt.exe] Error 1


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At this juncture, if you have not already done so, we would encourage you to post this issue on our forum at www.fastcointalk.org.  The level of detail potentially involved with this would be much better handled on that forum as we tend to use this forum for general inquires etc.

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June 23, 2017, 01:00:53 PM
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Trying to compile your coin from scratch, can I get some help w/ the compiler error shown below?

Code:
C:/mingw32/bin/../lib/gcc/i686-w64-mingw32/4.9.1/../../../../i686-w64-mingw32/bin/ld.exe: cannot find -lminiupnpc

It's complaining it can't link the UPNP library. To ignore that library/functionality, the following changes in Makefile.Release should work: (note, untested)

- In the DEFINES line try changing -DUSE_UPNP=1 to -DUSE_UPNP=0 or -DUSE_UPNP=-

- Then delete -lminiupnpc from the LIBS line.

Alternatively, if you do have the UPNP library compiled and installed, you may just need to change the path referenced in the makefile.
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Trying to compile your coin from scratch, can I get some help w/ the compiler error shown below?

Code:
C:/mingw32/bin/../lib/gcc/i686-w64-mingw32/4.9.1/../../../../i686-w64-mingw32/bin/ld.exe: cannot find -lminiupnpc

It's complaining it can't link the UPNP library. To ignore that library/functionality, the following changes in Makefile.Release should work: (note, untested)

- In the DEFINES line try changing -DUSE_UPNP=1 to -DUSE_UPNP=0 or -DUSE_UPNP=-

- Then delete -lminiupnpc from the LIBS line.

Alternatively, if you do have the UPNP library compiled and installed, you may just need to change the path referenced in the makefile.

I just ran qmake w/ "USE_UPNP=0" and "USE_UPNP=-", both give the error:

Code:
./build\net.o:net.cpp:(.text+0x88f3): undefined reference to `_imp__upnpDiscover
'
./build\net.o:net.cpp:(.text+0x892a): undefined reference to `_imp__UPNP_GetVali
dIGD'
./build\net.o:net.cpp:(.text+0x896b): undefined reference to `_imp__UPNP_GetExte
rnalIPAddress'
./build\net.o:net.cpp:(.text+0x89e7): undefined reference to `_imp__freeUPNPDevl
ist'
./build\net.o:net.cpp:(.text+0x89fa): undefined reference to `_imp__FreeUPNPUrls
'
./build\net.o:net.cpp:(.text+0x8ae7): undefined reference to `_imp__strupnperror
'
./build\net.o:net.cpp:(.text+0x8b73): undefined reference to `_imp__UPNP_AddPort
Mapping'
./build\net.o:net.cpp:(.text+0x8bfb): undefined reference to `_imp__UPNP_DeleteP
ortMapping'
./build\net.o:net.cpp:(.text+0x8c1a): undefined reference to `_imp__freeUPNPDevl
ist'
./build\net.o:net.cpp:(.text+0x8c29): undefined reference to `_imp__FreeUPNPUrls
'
C:/mingw32/bin/../lib/gcc/i686-w64-mingw32/4.9.1/../../../../i686-w64-mingw32/bi
n/ld.exe: ./build\net.o: bad reloc address 0x960 in section `.data'
C:/mingw32/bin/../lib/gcc/i686-w64-mingw32/4.9.1/../../../../i686-w64-mingw32/bi
n/ld.exe: final link failed: Invalid operation
collect2.exe: error: ld returned 1 exit status
Makefile.Release:291: recipe for target 'release\fastcoin-qt.exe' failed
mingw32-make: *** [release\fastcoin-qt.exe] Error 1

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Thanks for your post AIRCOINDEV,

At this juncture, if you have not already done so, we would encourage you to post this issue on our forum at www.fastcointalk.org.  The level of detail potentially involved with this would be much better handled on that forum as we tend to use this forum for general inquires etc.

Once posted at www.fastcointalk.org, please send an email to the link in your posted thread to info@fastcoin.ca.  Please also include your login name to the forum as well.

Thank you again for bringing this to our attention as we look forward to assisting you in our forum.

Best Regards

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Will do from now on, but I would like to finish solving this problem here since I've already accepted some fixes.

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First, I am interested in any source code changes.  I made a few to output more debug information, but that wasn't enough to help me figure anything out.  But based on the number of times I have had to -zapwallettxes on this, I have learned something.  It seems like large transactions (in size, not amount) don't get transmitted to other nodes and/or they don't get put in the blockchain.  These transaction still obey the rules of less than 100KB and do not produce errors.  The only way to do transfers successfully is to limit the transaction sizes.  I didn't see a command line option for this.

Are you able to mine FST using the same client that has the transactions stuck in the mempool? If so, try the -blockmaxsize= cmdline parameter to increase the maximum size block you will generate. This should also allow larger transactions to be incorporated.

Does sound odd that your local client would accept your transaction into the mempool, but other nodes in the network don't. AFAIK the code for both a locally generated and remotely received transaction should do exactly the same checks.

I have turned on mining of FST from the same client with the stuck transactions, but the hash rate was so low that I didn't get any blocks.  But I might try this in the next iteration.

Yes it is strange that other nodes didn't get the transactions.  There seemed to be communication between two nodes on the same machine, but cryptopia, for example didn't get any of the transactions.  Though my cryptopia account does have about 100000 FST pending since April from my very first round of transfers that mostly failed.

Strangely, I also have a withdrawal from Cryptopia that is currently "lost" - f255903149429a1cd5a7b3b50122e9e4634cdac58bd93ea5af97a168729f8533 - This was a transfer to my off market buyer and this transaction is not part of the blockchain (getrawtransaction does not return a successful result).  Cryptopia claims that the transaction was generated and its the miners responsibility to confirm it.  This transaction may in fact be stuck the same way as many of my other transactions that never made it anywhere.  This transaction does not appear in the mempool.  A block explorer would be definitely useful in debugging some of these problems.

I have transactions in my wallet that are stuck transfers out of cryptsy. Is there a way to get them to process through?
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I have transactions in my wallet that are stuck transfers out of cryptsy. Is there a way to get them to process through?

Sample txid? If the inputs are valid (which presumably they are if the tx is in the mempool) then it may be possible to push that through by mining a block with a modified client.

I only have about 30MH/s of mining power but I can give it a go.
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I have transactions in my wallet that are stuck transfers out of cryptsy. Is there a way to get them to process through?

Sample txid? If the inputs are valid (which presumably they are if the tx is in the mempool) then it may be possible to push that through by mining a block with a modified client.

I only have about 30MH/s of mining power but I can give it a go.

If there were stuck transactions, they might have been in the mempool for a while and they might be in the original wallet file.  If you post or send the tx id to me, I can see if it was in the original wallet file.  But it will take up to several days for me to figure it out.  If you could get the transaction id, and then use the debug console to run the "gettransaction [txid]" command, that output will help me find it faster.  This action will in no way guarantee that you will get your coins back.

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@Fastcoin

It's been about 12 hours since I sent my request to join the forum, will I receive a reply soon?

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@Fastcoin

It's been about 12 hours since I sent my request to join the forum, will I receive a reply soon?
Hello AIRCOINDEV,

Thanks for your note, please check your email as we believe your account has been granted access to our Forum.

Sincerely

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Look at this beautiful triangle, closing more and more... Prepare to take off ?

https://i.imgur.com/rmmzZaE.jpg

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I have transactions in my wallet that are stuck transfers out of cryptsy. Is there a way to get them to process through?

Sample txid? If the inputs are valid (which presumably they are if the tx is in the mempool) then it may be possible to push that through by mining a block with a modified client.

I only have about 30MH/s of mining power but I can give it a go.

If there were stuck transactions, they might have been in the mempool for a while and they might be in the original wallet file.  If you post or send the tx id to me, I can see if it was in the original wallet file.  But it will take up to several days for me to figure it out.  If you could get the transaction id, and then use the debug console to run the "gettransaction [txid]" command, that output will help me find it faster.  This action will in no way guarantee that you will get your coins back.

Thanks for any help you can give me. I tried to get my 1.5 million FST coins off cryptsy but there were problems with the transactions and they wouldn't answer my support requests, (surprise!!)

Here are the transaction ids,

d2e7ac097722a2d47e6816de6d9bef9fe668c2c4804409546e05d5b7cc0ff131-000
c0f85d83c2d52457d8717afdadf68162eada80b983fd05f6a1d5617b9cebd1d4-000
0c3404211bcfaf163f51177c96807cb526fb76143d98dea6c7c26558da9dd9e5-000
f753c7aabdf54ecc656f19e60aad0f43816cb372513f8c1434a63308f80d57bf-000

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I have transactions in my wallet that are stuck transfers out of cryptsy. Is there a way to get them to process through?

Sample txid? If the inputs are valid (which presumably they are if the tx is in the mempool) then it may be possible to push that through by mining a block with a modified client.

I only have about 30MH/s of mining power but I can give it a go.

If there were stuck transactions, they might have been in the mempool for a while and they might be in the original wallet file.  If you post or send the tx id to me, I can see if it was in the original wallet file.  But it will take up to several days for me to figure it out.  If you could get the transaction id, and then use the debug console to run the "gettransaction [txid]" command, that output will help me find it faster.  This action will in no way guarantee that you will get your coins back.

update:  gnode sent the transaction id's.  They correspond to error messages in the debug.log when I start up the client with the fresh cryptsy wallet:

Code:
ERROR: AcceptToMemoryPool : nonstandard transaction: tx-size: 175356

In the next week or so, I will see if I can get the transaction information by modifying the fastcoin code to output the entire transaction to the debug.log.

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I have transactions in my wallet that are stuck transfers out of cryptsy. Is there a way to get them to process through?

Sample txid? If the inputs are valid (which presumably they are if the tx is in the mempool) then it may be possible to push that through by mining a block with a modified client.

I only have about 30MH/s of mining power but I can give it a go.

If there were stuck transactions, they might have been in the mempool for a while and they might be in the original wallet file.  If you post or send the tx id to me, I can see if it was in the original wallet file.  But it will take up to several days for me to figure it out.  If you could get the transaction id, and then use the debug console to run the "gettransaction [txid]" command, that output will help me find it faster.  This action will in no way guarantee that you will get your coins back.

Thanks for any help you can give me. I tried to get my 1.5 million FST coins off cryptsy but there were problems with the transactions and they wouldn't answer my support requests, (surprise!!)

Here are the transaction ids,

d2e7ac097722a2d47e6816de6d9bef9fe668c2c4804409546e05d5b7cc0ff131-000
c0f85d83c2d52457d8717afdadf68162eada80b983fd05f6a1d5617b9cebd1d4-000
0c3404211bcfaf163f51177c96807cb526fb76143d98dea6c7c26558da9dd9e5-000
f753c7aabdf54ecc656f19e60aad0f43816cb372513f8c1434a63308f80d57bf-000

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Are you joking? Crypsty went BK 2 years ago!
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Wheres the Mac wallet?
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Are you joking? Crypsty went BK 2 years ago!

Stouse49 has the Cryptsy FST wallet. Lucky him.
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I have transactions in my wallet that are stuck transfers out of cryptsy. Is there a way to get them to process through?

Sample txid? If the inputs are valid (which presumably they are if the tx is in the mempool) then it may be possible to push that through by mining a block with a modified client.

I only have about 30MH/s of mining power but I can give it a go.

If there were stuck transactions, they might have been in the mempool for a while and they might be in the original wallet file.  If you post or send the tx id to me, I can see if it was in the original wallet file.  But it will take up to several days for me to figure it out.  If you could get the transaction id, and then use the debug console to run the "gettransaction [txid]" command, that output will help me find it faster.  This action will in no way guarantee that you will get your coins back.

Thanks for any help you can give me. I tried to get my 1.5 million FST coins off cryptsy but there were problems with the transactions and they wouldn't answer my support requests, (surprise!!)

Here are the transaction ids,

d2e7ac097722a2d47e6816de6d9bef9fe668c2c4804409546e05d5b7cc0ff131-000
c0f85d83c2d52457d8717afdadf68162eada80b983fd05f6a1d5617b9cebd1d4-000
0c3404211bcfaf163f51177c96807cb526fb76143d98dea6c7c26558da9dd9e5-000
f753c7aabdf54ecc656f19e60aad0f43816cb372513f8c1434a63308f80d57bf-000

Gnode

Thanks for your post Gnode,

I hope that you get your coin's back!  It's my understanding that its important for investors in cryptocurrencies to hold their own wallet's correct?  What I mean by this is to have their personal and private keys in their own possession.  When you hold your coin's on the exchanges, you risk loosing them should the Exchange close down as was the case with Cryptsy and Mt.Gox

http://www.cryptsysettlement.com/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mt._Gox

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Are you joking? Crypsty went BK 2 years ago!

Stouse49 has the Cryptsy FST wallet. Lucky him.
Stouse49,

Thanks for your comments here, it is very useful for us "Non Techies" to try and understand what is going on.  Just curious, if you don't mind me asking, in your case with Cryptsy, how did you get your FST wallet from them?  In other words did they send you a backup of your wallet file?  

If so what did you have to do to get a copy of that wallet file?

Was this part of the bankruptcy proceedings, did you need a court order?  It would seem to me that this is the kind of thing that regulators would need to better understand in order to better help protect Cryptocurrency investors in this newly evolving space.

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I have transactions in my wallet that are stuck transfers out of cryptsy. Is there a way to get them to process through?

Sample txid? If the inputs are valid (which presumably they are if the tx is in the mempool) then it may be possible to push that through by mining a block with a modified client.

I only have about 30MH/s of mining power but I can give it a go.

If there were stuck transactions, they might have been in the mempool for a while and they might be in the original wallet file.  If you post or send the tx id to me, I can see if it was in the original wallet file.  But it will take up to several days for me to figure it out.  If you could get the transaction id, and then use the debug console to run the "gettransaction [txid]" command, that output will help me find it faster.  This action will in no way guarantee that you will get your coins back.

update:  gnode sent the transaction id's.  They correspond to error messages in the debug.log when I start up the client with the fresh cryptsy wallet:

Code:
ERROR: AcceptToMemoryPool : nonstandard transaction: tx-size: 175356

In the next week or so, I will see if I can get the transaction information by modifying the fastcoin code to output the entire transaction to the debug.log.
Stouse49,

Thanks for your comments here, it is very useful for us "Non Techies" to try and understand what is going on.  Just curious, if you don't mind me asking, in your case with Cryptsy, how did you get your FST wallet from them?  In other words did they send you a backup of your wallet file?  

If so what did you have to do to get a copy of that wallet file?

Was this part of the bankruptcy proceedings, did you need a court order?  It would seem to me that this is the kind of thing that regulators would need to better understand in order to better help protect Cryptocurrency investors in this newly evolving space.

Sorry for all the questions, the seniors and I would like to better understand these things before we start investing any significant amounts of our retirement capital.

Edith
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Are you joking? Crypsty went BK 2 years ago!

Stouse49 has the Cryptsy FST wallet. Lucky him.
Stouse49,

Thanks for your comments here, it is very useful for us "Non Techies" to try and understand what is going on.  Just curious, if you don't mind me asking, in your case with Cryptsy, how did you get your FST wallet from them?  In other words did they send you a backup of your wallet file?  

If so what did you have to do to get a copy of that wallet file?

Was this part of the bankruptcy proceedings, did you need a court order?  It would seem to me that this is the kind of thing that regulators would need to better understand in order to better help protect Cryptocurrency investors in this newly evolving space.

Edith

How did I get the cryptsy wallet?  Read this:  https://www.goldcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3789.0

Short story is that one of the GoldCoin people wanted to get the GoldCoin wallet.dat file from Cryptsy and there was an auction done by the receivership, which was part of the bankruptcy proceedings.  As part of the auction about 100 to 200 other wallets were included in the package, including Fastcoin.  As a developer for Goldcoin, specifically the android app, I had the choice to get some of these wallets as form of payment for my services.  It was a lot of work, almost like mining coins, to try to get anything out of those few wallets.  Most were empty or had very little value.  Hopefully this answers your questions.

I didn't have an my own wallet at Cryptsy, but Cryptsy had one more more wallets to manage their deposits and withdrawals.  Of the list that the GoldCoin people have, there are still some that can be claimed in the link above.

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June 26, 2017, 05:17:52 AM
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Thanks for any help you can give me. I tried to get my 1.5 million FST coins off cryptsy but there were problems with the transactions and they wouldn't answer my support requests, (surprise!!)

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Thanks for your post Gnode,

I hope that you get your coin's back!  It's my understanding that its important for investors in cryptocurrencies to hold their own wallet's correct?  What I mean by this is to have their personal and private keys in their own possession.  When you hold your coin's on the exchanges, you risk loosing them should the Exchange close down as was the case with Cryptsy and Mt.Gox

In this case, Gnode was trying to withdraw, but there was some issue with the transactions, and Cryptsy died before the problem was resolved.

I believe that the Cryptsy admin deliberately deleted the database - destroying all records of internal balances - so with these (presumably) valid but unconfirmed transactions Gnode is in the somewhat unique situation of being able to prove that s/he really does own those funds. Most of us have no way to prove entitlement because our balances were an entry in a Cryptsy internal database.
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