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Author Topic: [ANN][FLO] Florin | 0.10 Upgrade | The original tx msg coin | Project Alexandria  (Read 326752 times)
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January 11, 2014, 08:12:49 AM
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You made that one too easy! I am guessing people had a script killer and couldnt see the header image.. lol.

http://florinexchange.com/explorer/messages/index.php
Very nice job. Are you the first to implement this into a blockchain?
Florincoin is the first coin to implement the tx-comment field, yes.

My block explorer is the first to generate a categorized list from the parsed blockchain data.

Florin block explorer: http://florincoin.info
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January 12, 2014, 01:22:37 AM
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FLO trivia round 2 prize has been doubled.  Be a winner...   Kiss

http://florinexchange.com/explorer/messages/index.php
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January 12, 2014, 07:20:50 PM
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FLO trivia round 3 is up with a 100 FLO prize.  GET SOME.
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January 12, 2014, 08:10:34 PM
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Hi everyone.

There's a new pool a friend and I have been working on - check it out:

pool.florincoin.info
pool.florincoin.info port 3333
stratum pool - PPS payout
3% fee

Support colorcoin.org and florincoin.info block explorer by mining in this pool!

Based in New York with extremely low latency.

Rumor has it this will be the first decentralized color coin distributing pool Smiley stay tuned for more info in the coming weeks...

Florin block explorer: http://florincoin.info
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January 13, 2014, 04:21:08 PM
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FLO trivia is up to round 8.  FREE FLO BRO.   Wink
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January 14, 2014, 03:16:22 PM
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At current price this is a great moment for buy Florincoins or yet not?
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January 14, 2014, 09:17:57 PM
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Here are some cool Florincoin 3D images someone made for me:





Use them for whatever artwork you need.

I also have full size versions available.

Florin block explorer: http://florincoin.info
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January 15, 2014, 01:29:58 AM
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Good design  Wink

I was thinking to do anything about the below image but I'm a bit clumsy with photoshop. Would be great that anybody change the letters (IKAROLY and 1301-1342) and put FLORIN COIN.

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January 15, 2014, 05:04:41 AM
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I'm hoping some one can help me out here...

I had a recent issue with my wallet.  I tried to send some coins elsewhere, and they were not getting confirmations.  24 hours later they were just sitting with no confirmations.  So I exported my private key, backed up my wallet, and restarted.

Everything looked like it was going okay, but once I was synced with the network my total coin count dropped... by quite a bit.

I started going through the block explorer (going back and forth between my old wallet and newly synced wallet) to find where things went wrong, and it seems as though every single block I solo mined shows a different random address?!

The following are just a few TransactionID's with the corresponding address according to the block explorer....

c4a5ad441ca46ce5b091565bd6a408ffb1b5f0a6c5c35c4133f9f4d9ac2bcd35 - FQocGu3n5DjJD9KGCnHPde88NzXPGmmYEF
7ac7ced35c18aca1168605edceb8f2770b3b68c25999deb733ea88c94a8f1c00 - FMfZn943z8GJWeoeSkNJkL3WxJ5kQ9tXZX
1050d55cd131f717651d93d2ff408f2716303d3390c35c6a7376ca661a97da35 - FCY8nA1GSP7bvoLoyFjujmhHjsyC64P9TS

I can keep going on but I think you get the idea. (I can also show pictures if people want visuals for what I'm seeing).
So is this a bug in the block explorer?  How can I get my solo blocks?  Am I just screwed?  Is Florin broken?

Please help
Just out of curiosity if any one else has any solo mined blocks would they be willing to look and see on the block explorer if the transID match the correct address?

Thanks for any help

[UPDATE]  
So randomly after my wallet was just sitting here and everything was synced it sent my coins out.   The amount it shows being sent in the wallet transaction is not correct, but the amount for the transaction in the block explorer shows the correct amount.  I'm not really sure what's going on (and why it would randomly decide to resend the transaction I made 24 hours earlier), but at least for now it looks like the correct amount of coins are going through?
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January 15, 2014, 06:23:52 AM
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Every time you mine a new block when you solomine it goes to a new address which isn't visible to you on the "receive coins" pane, but the private key is actually stored in the wallet.dat file. I think this functionality stems from Satoshi's policy of anonymity. Change addresses are similar to this.

If you backed up your wallet by manually finding the private key via "dumpprivkey <public address>" you probably didn't import all of the private keys in your wallet, which may include private keys "quietly" generated for your change addresses and solo mining addresses.

Some transactions with low priority don't make it to the network for a while, I'm not exactly sure what happened in your case, but it seems things were sorted.

Be careful when you back up your wallet, there are many instances when the wallet generates new addresses which you may be unaware of.


Could you post your operating system version as well as Florincoin-qt version?

Florin block explorer: http://florincoin.info
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January 15, 2014, 07:28:00 AM
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Thanks for the clarification!

I'm running v0.6.5.8 in a Windows 7 64bit vbox in linux. (You probably didn't need to know all of that, but sometimes specifics can help debug; especially with guest os's)

This may not be the best place to ask, but what is the recommended solution if this something like this were to happen again?
I'm not saying it will, the florin wallet seems solid, I've never had an issue before, but just in case.

Thanks again!
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January 15, 2014, 07:55:13 AM
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Let's try to diagnose what the problem is.

  • Find the transaction ID of the transaction in question.
  • Go to help, debug window, console.
  • Type in "getrawtransaction <txid>"
  • Copy the rawtx, then type "decoderawtransaction <rawtx>"
  • Compare it to the raw transaction on the block explorer.

Also, when you find the transaction ID, (if you don't mind sharing it) can you please post it here so we can take a look?

Florin block explorer: http://florincoin.info
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January 16, 2014, 11:36:21 PM
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Vector logo art for FLO design heads.  Can I get a remix?  SHOW YO FLO.

http://florinexchange.com/explorer/FlorincoinVectorLogoShareVer.ai
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January 18, 2014, 03:36:29 AM
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Anyone looking to sell off their flo?  Looking to buy a million.
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January 18, 2014, 11:12:54 PM
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Anyone looking to sell off their flo?  Looking to buy a million.

If you're patient on cryptsy, you can probably pick that up in a week or so by putting out small walls on the low buy side. Prices are pretty attractive at this point.

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January 20, 2014, 08:58:14 PM
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At this price nobody sells  Grin
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January 25, 2014, 10:28:45 AM
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Vector logo art for FLO design heads.  Can I get a remix?  SHOW YO FLO.

http://florinexchange.com/explorer/FlorincoinVectorLogoShareVer.ai
Check it. I just hit you up with a remix brotha. bam

I'm not great at photoshop, but here's my best attempt:




Florin block explorer: http://florincoin.info
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January 26, 2014, 01:02:42 AM
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It seems your being modest about your PS skills.  Well done!   Cool
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January 27, 2014, 08:15:46 PM
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Hi everyone.

There's a new pool a friend and I have been working on - check it out:

pool.florincoin.info
pool.florincoin.info port 3333
stratum pool - PPS payout
3% fee

Support colorcoin.org and florincoin.info block explorer by mining in this pool!

Based in New York with extremely low latency.

Rumor has it this will be the first decentralized color coin distributing pool Smiley stay tuned for more info in the coming weeks...

cant get your pool to work=/
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January 27, 2014, 08:20:00 PM
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That's odd, I've been having no problems for the past few weeks. What is the issue exactly?


Florin block explorer: http://florincoin.info
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