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January 09, 2018, 07:54:26 PM
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I have just install the wallet and made the cinf file but it will not conect?  is there a new list of addnodes?
Thanks for any help!


nodes can be found here https://cryptohub.online/glossary/coininfo/6/

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January 10, 2018, 04:37:58 AM
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hello guys,

im an strong hodler since the initial airdrop back in 2017 and would like to ask just one question Smiley

do i have to do something as an hodler for the upcoming fork?


thank you very much Smiley and keep up the good work!

Hi,

I think at the moment you should sit tight.  I'm quite certain we will not be seeking to shake things up until we have tested things and have a robust alternative-chain to offer.  If you followed the previous thread, you probably recall that Gizzard said he read a few "how to build a coin"-type documents and experimented somewhat with some available codebases before he announced CROC.  At this moment, I haven't yet read a guide such as that.

I'm operating on the assumption that a coin-swap may occur (but it may instead be a simple "update" of the wallet to a Peercoin fork with the CROC parameters.)  I simply do not know at this time and am not going to claim to be an expert when I am honestly an interested amateur -- who has some past academic-but-not-industry coding experience.  I also work full-time (usually at least 50 hours a week), so time-management is a factor for me in this.

By far, the largest-part of my free-time is focused on the crypto-space and I am predisposed to be extremely thorough.  CROC is one of my favorite coins (and a dominant chunk of my crypto-portfolio) and I am interested in helping make it rewarding to the other holders.  CROC will not be a 1-cent-or-less coin over the course of 2018 -- this is a projection but I think it will prove to be an accurate one after enough work is applied to relevant and useful tasks.

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January 10, 2018, 05:06:24 AM
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Is there any chance i can get a look at a solo mine config file so I can try and solo for fun experiment?
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January 10, 2018, 05:41:52 AM
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CROC price reached 100 sat,   what will you say now?    Cheesy

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January 11, 2018, 04:02:33 AM
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I'm still trying to get an old ant miner to mine on my networ to the wallet on a pc on same network. I have tried lots of config files. just cant seem to conect. It has been a year or more the last time i wrote a config for doing this and i know it something simple that im overlooking? This is my file
rpcuser=GoodGryphon
rpcport=39438
rpcpassword=x
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
rpcallowip=192.168.1.99
rpcconnect=192.168.1.146
server=1
listen=1
daemon=1
port=39437
gen=1
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January 12, 2018, 04:29:22 AM
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Is there any chance i can get a look at a solo mine config file so I can try and solo for fun experiment?
I'm still trying to get an old ant miner to mine on my networ to the wallet on a pc on same network. I have tried lots of config files. just cant seem to conect. It has been a year or more the last time i wrote a config for doing this and i know it something simple that im overlooking? This is my file
rpcuser=GoodGryphon
rpcport=39438
rpcpassword=x
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
rpcallowip=192.168.1.99
rpcconnect=192.168.1.146
server=1
listen=1
daemon=1
port=39437
gen=1
I'm basing this on what I've found to work solomining other coins using ccminer (your mining software might have a slightly different "batch" input string)...

You'll need to spawn an address for your wallet where you'll want newly mined coins to be generated then put that in as your rpcpassword in your config file.  BTW, your rpcuser and rpcpassword should be private so I suggest you not use the rpcuser name that you just broadcasted.  Grin

It's somewhat counterintuitive but I've found I can set gen to 0 (perhaps this was the problem?).  Maybe gen=1 is a legacy from coins that hash within the wallet, but your mining software is talking with your wallet as an external process.

I think you want to set mining to 1.

The rpcconnect doesn't seem to be necessary from what I've seen -- maybe try without it.

Also, it's probably obvious but you should be running a node at the same time (have CROC synced with the network to transmit your newly solved blocks).

Another security thing... after making changes it's best to have your config file read-only (and only accessible by your user account if you can set the permissions).

So your config should look essentially like this:
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rpcuser=yourNewUserName
rpcpassword=OneOfYourCrocAddresses

rpcallowip=127.0.0.1 # this is your computer's "localhost" IP

rpcport=39438  # listen for RPC connections on this port
port=39437 # port on other nodes to connect to
server=1    # tells CrocodileCash.conf to accept JSON-RPC commands
gen=0   # the counter-intuitive part mentioned above
 
daemon=1 # allow command-line terminal calls
mining=1  # attempting to solo-mine
listen=1 # allow other nodes to transmit your IP to nodes they're connected to

addnode=101.165.225.41
addnode=174.92.179.126
addnode=139.59.228.94
addnode=75.130.162.248
addnode=177.33.1.40
addnode=192.169.6.218
addnode=68.105.33.92
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

The batch file input to your miner would look something like this:

cgminer/bfgminer -a sha256 -o http://127.0.0.1:39438 -u yourNewUserName -p TheCrocAddressThatIsYourRPC_Password --any_other_settings_specific_to_your_hardware/software (power, intensity, temperature, difficulty etc)

I hope that helps you mine some CROC.

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January 19, 2018, 12:26:17 PM
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LOL CROC wallet is on maintenance at Yobit.   People want but can't but CROC for listing at CryptoHub  Cheesy

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January 22, 2018, 07:19:30 AM
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Where do you see that it is on maintenance? It says "delayed", that just means it takes a bit longer.
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January 22, 2018, 07:29:25 AM
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goodluck to this project, i wish this great project a big success in the near future. goodluck dev.
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January 23, 2018, 05:16:01 AM
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I just posted this in the old thread and am copying it here as well (FYI)...

Massive jump today at Yobit, +150%. What happened? Can't find any reason behind this sudden move.

Presumably because it is being used at Cryptohub as a coin for devs to pay for their introduced-coins to be represented there (but, in some part perhaps, because it might seem to be a coin with a low risk-to-reward ratio right now [CROC represents a low-Beta coin relative to the overall cryptocurrency-market -- in stock-trading jargon/nomenclature -- particularly as BTC seems to be in a downtrending channel after the latter's run-up in late 2017]).  When the appropriate effort and testing has been made, we are intending to fork the coin (hopefully as painlessly as possible) to make use of the Peercoin codebase (an indirect ancestor of CROC), modified to CROC's specifications.  I'd say the outward lack of activity is largely my own as I've been a little too much caught up in mining in my freetime (and work 50+ hour weeks) but have a few resources at hand (an in-depth C++ book to get reacquainted with this programming language, and [more recently] this very thorough and technical book with code samples and theory: https://www.packtpub.com/big-data-and-business-intelligence/mastering-blockchain).

BTW, please use the current thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2326144.0 -- as we can't update [that] original post [...] since Gizzard seems to have pulled a Satoshi.

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January 24, 2018, 08:26:54 AM
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Some nice activity for CROC on YoBit I see.
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January 28, 2018, 10:06:34 PM
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I am trying to buy some croc at CrytoHub wish me luck!

I'm a dev for ROI coin and PWR coin. I'm a team member for IncaKoin. I'm a big fan of HOdl coin and cpu only solo mining!
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January 28, 2018, 11:11:19 PM
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I was discussing CROC with the ROI coin dev earlier in the Cryptohub chat.  Was anyone here active in the old Slack for this chain ( https://crocodilecash.slack.com )?  The invite link from the old thread ( https://join.slack.com/t/crocodilecash/shared_invite/MjQxNDc2NTc2MDM1LTE1MDU0NDQ1MzgtZDNlNzFiNjcyNg ) is expired.

Edit: nevermind a link was posted in the chat to a new slack.

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January 29, 2018, 08:21:30 AM
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I was discussing CROC with the ROI coin dev earlier in the Cryptohub chat.  Was anyone here active in the old Slack for this chain ( https://crocodilecash.slack.com )?  The invite link from the old thread ( https://join.slack.com/t/crocodilecash/shared_invite/MjQxNDc2NTc2MDM1LTE1MDU0NDQ1MzgtZDNlNzFiNjcyNg ) is expired.

Edit: nevermind a link was posted in the chat to a new slack.

Where can I get an invite to the new slack?
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January 29, 2018, 12:25:00 PM
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I am trying to buy some croc at CrytoHub wish me luck!

price grows cause more and more coins want to be listed...  CryptoHub now can list tokens WAVES

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                                                                                    CoinRaper Miningpool [CROC]
 

                                                                                     http://coinraper.ddnss.de/

                                                                            EXAMPLE for CROCODILECASH [CROC]

                                                         stratum+tcp://coinraper.ddnss.de:32112 -u WalletAddress -p x

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                                                                                    Port: 32111, Diff: 4096
                                                                                    Port: 32112, Diff: 8192-1040000 VarDiff
                                                                                    Port: 32113, Diff: 2080000
                                                               
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February 02, 2018, 11:52:28 PM
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No news about wallet update?

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February 03, 2018, 02:50:16 AM
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No news about wallet update?

it's not really necessary.  please understand that yobit never will apply our update, so we will lost that exchange

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OK then, faucet is in 10x mode, after it's drained block explorer and faucet will be shut down.
I can give an explorer template design if someone wants to use it Smiley

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February 04, 2018, 04:34:26 AM
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OK then, faucet is in 10x mode, after it's drained block explorer and faucet will be shut down.
I can give an explorer template design if someone wants to use it Smiley

Damn... I saw your earlier message today and was surveying things in preparation to make a general status announcement or update to address things.   The block explorer has been obviously useful to have (and I've always loved the visceral-croc background graphic!) and probably the faucet too (I haven't used it for awhile myself, but did previously [90 CROCs worth anyhow based on the faucet's interface -- to this address: https://croc.blockstats.pw/address/CRyw5hxuJbr4pzWXayjf3Fvi9BCG8g1X3E -- other parts of that balance have been stake-rewards]).  Perhaps you'd consider revising this plan (even if payment of CROC or some other coin would be necessary to compensate you for the effort involved in what you have done) or allowing the code to be transferred elsewhere if that would seem a better outcome for you.  I wouldn't object to personally kicking you over some CROC on a regular basis either -- but see below for updated information.

So, as some might be aware (I know Hyperjacked is as he was part of the discussion) this past Wednesday one of the ROI-coin devs was in the CryptoHub chat and was asking about coins that might need work or development and we got to discussing CROC.

Earlier today some members of the team that he is working with (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2361848.msg24083829#msg24083829) were getting CROC wallets compiled and synced.  Based on the evidence that I have seen, this is a competent and capable group of people that are well-versed in working with a coin and its repository.  In marked contrast, I'm not going to pretend that I'm super well-versed in developing coins (as I am emphatically not but am trying to improve my skill-set and knowledge base in the spare-time that I have -- I mentioned earlier the two resources that I'm delving into).  We have had active discussion of some of these guys doing work with this coin but we haven't come to a precise, delineated plan at this moment.  At this particular juncture, I was planning on surveying the information available to see who has access to things such as the social media, website and similar.

I have thrown around some figures to DisasterFaster (out of my personal stash -- which would effectively make some or all of them potential whales in this chain).  The payments would be skewed somewhat so that the bulk (balloon-payment) is after the fork -- which would obviously be the most sensible approach for all CROC-holders.

I also don't want to step on their toes as they need their space to do effective work without compromising on their other projects.  They seem to want to keep their Slack as a dev-space and it's not my place to dictate (or restrict useful development by throwing a lot of people into the mix unnecessarily).

No news about wallet update?
it's not really necessary.  please understand that yobit never will apply our update, so we will lost that exchange
 
But reducing the block sizes, adding checkpoints (the last is months old), and hard-coding nodes into the code are some of the changes that I think we should like to see.  I feel an appropriately-modified version of the Peercoin code will be more useful in the long-run than the perhaps legacy codebase that CROC stems from.

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