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Author Topic: Bottlecaps 2.1 UPDATE REQUIRED - HARDFORK JULY 4 2014 to 200% Annual PoS  (Read 339220 times)
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July 04, 2014, 04:04:25 PM
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Wow network stake weight is huge right now!

hmm, i thought coin age was reset with the fork . i dont have any mature coins

It was changed to 15 days start. Nothing was reset.

Thought i read that everyone was starting at day one with the fork. guess not

As far as I know it is nearly impossible to reset everyones coinage, because it would either require advanced coding, or to force everyone to send their coins in new transaction.

yeah i just misinterpreted something then.
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July 04, 2014, 05:35:00 PM
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The CP server being down and signing wrong blocks did mess up Crypsty most of all... Trades that occurred before the roll back screwed their accounting.

I'm sure everything will be fine on their end once they audit the transactions.

As far as for flound, he should be made aware of the consequences of the signing blocks when not in sync! Good job on everything Tranz, and for quickly messaging flound about this!

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July 04, 2014, 05:44:46 PM
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The CP server being down and signing wrong blocks did mess up Crypsty most of all... Trades that occurred before the roll back screwed their accounting.

I'm sure everything will be fine on their end once they audit the transactions.

As far as for flound, he should be made aware of the consequences of the signing blocks when not in sync! Good job on everything Tranz, and for quickly messaging flound about this!

Live and learn Wink

It looks like this was either a deliberate attack or a misbehaving peer that caused the checkpoint server to become lagged.

If it was deliberate then the attacker got very lucky because the CP server is not configured to accept incoming connections.  So it happened to connect out to that peer and then got inundated with getblocks request which caused the daemon to become lagged.  So lagged in fact that only 2 peers were still connected by the time I logged into the server this morning.

I've seen this happen with other currencies and I'm pretty sure it's some kind of attack.  Just a very bad time for it to occur.  I was working all day yesterday on Multipool issues with our east provider so I didn't really have time to check on it.  I'm going to give Tranz control of the checkpoints so that he can monitor things more closely.  For now the server is turned off.

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July 04, 2014, 06:02:37 PM
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The CP server being down and signing wrong blocks did mess up Crypsty most of all... Trades that occurred before the roll back screwed their accounting.

I'm sure everything will be fine on their end once they audit the transactions.

As far as for flound, he should be made aware of the consequences of the signing blocks when not in sync! Good job on everything Tranz, and for quickly messaging flound about this!

Live and learn Wink

It looks like this was either a deliberate attack or a misbehaving peer that caused the checkpoint server to become lagged.

If it was deliberate then the attacker got very lucky because the CP server is not configured to accept incoming connections.  So it happened to connect out to that peer and then got inundated with getblocks request which caused the daemon to become lagged.  So lagged in fact that only 2 peers were still connected by the time I logged into the server this morning.

I've seen this happen with other currencies and I'm pretty sure it's some kind of attack.  Just a very bad time for it to occur.  I was working all day yesterday on Multipool issues with our east provider so I didn't really have time to check on it.  I'm going to give Tranz control of the checkpoints so that he can monitor things more closely.  For now the server is turned off.

Thanks for the update. I am against checkpoint servers in general, but do agree that they have some benefits.  

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July 04, 2014, 06:06:59 PM
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The CP server being down and signing wrong blocks did mess up Crypsty most of all... Trades that occurred before the roll back screwed their accounting.

I'm sure everything will be fine on their end once they audit the transactions.

As far as for flound, he should be made aware of the consequences of the signing blocks when not in sync! Good job on everything Tranz, and for quickly messaging flound about this!

Live and learn Wink

It looks like this was either a deliberate attack or a misbehaving peer that caused the checkpoint server to become lagged.

If it was deliberate then the attacker got very lucky because the CP server is not configured to accept incoming connections.  So it happened to connect out to that peer and then got inundated with getblocks request which caused the daemon to become lagged.  So lagged in fact that only 2 peers were still connected by the time I logged into the server this morning.

I've seen this happen with other currencies and I'm pretty sure it's some kind of attack.  Just a very bad time for it to occur.  I was working all day yesterday on Multipool issues with our east provider so I didn't really have time to check on it.  I'm going to give Tranz control of the checkpoints so that he can monitor things more closely.  For now the server is turned off.

Thanks for the update, It looks like everything is back to normal

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July 04, 2014, 06:17:51 PM
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The CP server being down and signing wrong blocks did mess up Crypsty most of all... Trades that occurred before the roll back screwed their accounting.

I'm sure everything will be fine on their end once they audit the transactions.

As far as for flound, he should be made aware of the consequences of the signing blocks when not in sync! Good job on everything Tranz, and for quickly messaging flound about this!

Live and learn Wink

It looks like this was either a deliberate attack or a misbehaving peer that caused the checkpoint server to become lagged.

If it was deliberate then the attacker got very lucky because the CP server is not configured to accept incoming connections.  So it happened to connect out to that peer and then got inundated with getblocks request which caused the daemon to become lagged.  So lagged in fact that only 2 peers were still connected by the time I logged into the server this morning.

I've seen this happen with other currencies and I'm pretty sure it's some kind of attack.  Just a very bad time for it to occur.  I was working all day yesterday on Multipool issues with our east provider so I didn't really have time to check on it.  I'm going to give Tranz control of the checkpoints so that he can monitor things more closely.  For now the server is turned off.

Thanks for the update, It looks like everything is back to normal

Yep lots of PoS blocks coming through. Good luck everyone that is PoS hashing, I hope I find some before you though  Grin

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July 04, 2014, 11:37:25 PM
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Might have an issue over here.
One wallet with 4 blocks of 10k doesn't want to stake.



All day with no stake - 10+ hours. I know I'm unlucky sometimes but ..
Also note my weight is bigger than the network. I've seen this on HBN once or twice with big blocks staking

All four blocks should be over the 1k limit for stake by a fair margin as I was planning on moving funds but didn't this month.

When the earlier problems hit I switched machines and re-downloaded the chain, swapped out wallet on that and still no dice.....
but machines both agree with current block on http://cap.cryptocoinexplorer.com/
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July 05, 2014, 12:25:27 AM
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Might have an issue over here.
One wallet with 4 blocks of 10k doesn't want to stake.



All day with no stake - 10+ hours. I know I'm unlucky sometimes but ..
Also note my weight is bigger than the network. I've seen this on HBN once or twice with big blocks staking

All four blocks should be over the 1k limit for stake by a fair margin as I was planning on moving funds but didn't this month.

When the earlier problems hit I switched machines and re-downloaded the chain, swapped out wallet on that and still no dice.....
but machines both agree with current block on http://cap.cryptocoinexplorer.com/

The network is just jammed full of blocks right now I would expect. I have known for a while that most clients network stake weight calculations aren't accurate, I have a high stake weight as well without any stakes yet. They will come I am sure, but at this point I think that luck is a major factor.

The good news is that PoS blocks are overwhelming the PoW blocks on the chain right now.  There is a big queue but it is being served quickly.

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July 05, 2014, 01:02:32 AM
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Might have an issue over here.
One wallet with 4 blocks of 10k doesn't want to stake.



All day with no stake - 10+ hours. I know I'm unlucky sometimes but ..
Also note my weight is bigger than the network. I've seen this on HBN once or twice with big blocks staking

All four blocks should be over the 1k limit for stake by a fair margin as I was planning on moving funds but didn't this month.

When the earlier problems hit I switched machines and re-downloaded the chain, swapped out wallet on that and still no dice.....
but machines both agree with current block on http://cap.cryptocoinexplorer.com/

Please make sure you are using 2.1 Version 2.0 had an issue with large stakes.

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July 05, 2014, 01:34:20 AM
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I upgraded to 2.1 today and staking is working fine. All is working smoothly for me! Tongue
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July 05, 2014, 03:02:31 AM
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Getting mismatched coin errors now, already spent, that kind of stuff. Repairwallet brings em back, but is there any way to know how many of the coins in the wallet are actually spendable now?
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July 05, 2014, 03:10:56 AM
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Getting mismatched coin errors now, already spent, that kind of stuff. Repairwallet brings em back, but is there any way to know how many of the coins in the wallet are actually spendable now?

I would first try to restart client with -rescan. 

A more aggressive approach is to use -salvagewallet. Salvage Wallet will also remove your addresses. So be sure to export them if you need them.


There is a another rpc command -zapwallettxs but that is not in your version of CAP. If neither of the above approaches work, let me know.

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July 05, 2014, 03:37:06 AM
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Getting mismatched coin errors now, already spent, that kind of stuff. Repairwallet brings em back, but is there any way to know how many of the coins in the wallet are actually spendable now?

I would first try to restart client with -rescan. 

A more aggressive approach is to use -salvagewallet. Salvage Wallet will also remove your addresses. So be sure to export them if you need them.


There is a another rpc command -zapwallettxs but that is not in your version of CAP. If neither of the above approaches work, let me know.
Thanks, rescan reduced my coin amount by 4% but at least it should be all there. Learn a new wallet command every day Smiley
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July 05, 2014, 04:09:34 AM
Last edit: July 05, 2014, 05:28:05 AM by David Latapie
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we need an exchange. my coins are sitting in cryptsy languishing...
https://www.allcoin.com/vote/#CAP
Bottlecaps is #6, keep voting! Once CAP will be adopted, let's all vote for HBN.

2. I was running 2.0 ntil today (did not notice the update). I am presently syncing 2.1 from start (deleted the blockchain). Before that, I had my wallet open mostly 24/7. I never receive any single stack.
=> is the fact that I was on 2.0 (not 2.1) AFTER July 4th detrimental?
=> is it normal that I did not mint a single CAP ever (I have several thousand CAP)?
=> did is lose stacking time? Did I left my wallet open 24/7 for nothing?
=> when can I expect next staking? 10 days from now or earlier?

Thank you.

3. Also, what is the maximum amount of coin I should have per address to maximise reward? On NOBL, it will be 100k, how many is it on CAP?

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July 05, 2014, 05:26:13 AM
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we need an exchange. my coins are sitting in cryptsy languishing...
https://www.allcoin.com/vote/#CAP
Bottlecaps is #6, keep voting! Once CAP will be adopted, let's all vote for HBN.

I was running 2.0 ntil today (did not notice the update). I am presently syncing 2.1 from start (deleted the blockchain). Before that, I had my wallet open mostly 24/7. I never receive any single stack. ( Was not necessary to delete block chain, just start up 2.1)
=> is the fact that I was on 2.0 (not 2.1) AFTER July 4th detrimental? (NO)
=> is it normal that I did not mint a single CAP ever (I have several thousand CAP)? (it depends on when you got them, and 2.0 had 1 issue with stake. 2.1 will fix you up. )
=> did is lose stacking time? Did I left my wallet open 24/7 for nothing? (You lost nothing, your coins will stake and you will get higher reward for waiting longer then 15 days.)
=> when can I expect next staking? 10 days from now or earlier? (Again depends on when you downloaded the coins. My guess is as soon as you are caught up you will stake)

Thank you.

Also, what is the maximum amount of coin I should have per address to maximise reward? On NOBL, it will be 100k, how many is it on CAP? (Cap is 1,000 max. 10k blocks are a good set to start out with. Let them split and stake for a while.)

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July 05, 2014, 05:28:24 AM
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See above
Thanks.

Also, I wrote a "oneliner" for downloading and compiling CAP wallet and create a shortcut on your desktop, on Linux (tested with Manjaro)
Code:
mkdir ~/cryptos ; cd ~/cryptos && rm -rf bottlecaps && git clone https://github.com/bottlecaps-foundation/bottlecaps && cd bottlecaps && qmake-qt4 bottlecaps-qt.pro && make && ln -s ~/cryptos/bottlecaps/BottleCaps-qt ~/Desktop/CAP
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  • The mkdir ~/cryptos ; cd ~/cryptos && rm -rf bottlecaps is not necessary - I just prefer things tidy
  • ln -s ~/cryptos/bottlecaps/BottleCaps-qt ~/Desktop/CAP takes care of the shortcut; if you are not using an English Linux, change Desktop to how the desktop is names in your language.

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Getting mismatched coin errors now, already spent, that kind of stuff. Repairwallet brings em back, but is there any way to know how many of the coins in the wallet are actually spendable now?

I would first try to restart client with -rescan. 

A more aggressive approach is to use -salvagewallet. Salvage Wallet will also remove your addresses. So be sure to export them if you need them.


There is a another rpc command -zapwallettxs but that is not in your version of CAP. If neither of the above approaches work, let me know.
Ok, so after trying to send out some coins, I got the mismatched / spent error again. Tried salvagewallet, now it can't initialize the keypool and crashes.
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July 05, 2014, 08:44:36 AM
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Might have an issue over here.
One wallet with 4 blocks of 10k doesn't want to stake.



All day with no stake - 10+ hours. I know I'm unlucky sometimes but ..
Also note my weight is bigger than the network. I've seen this on HBN once or twice with big blocks staking

All four blocks should be over the 1k limit for stake by a fair margin as I was planning on moving funds but didn't this month.

When the earlier problems hit I switched machines and re-downloaded the chain, swapped out wallet on that and still no dice.....
but machines both agree with current block on http://cap.cryptocoinexplorer.com/

Please make sure you are using 2.1 Version 2.0 had an issue with large stakes.

https://github.com/Tranz5/bottlecaps/releases


Yes I'm on 2.1 now but I was on v2 until about 5-10 mins after the fork.

I left this all night so now its been 24 hours without stake - still get a 6 minute 50% :/

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Might have an issue over here.
One wallet with 4 blocks of 10k doesn't want to stake.



All day with no stake - 10+ hours. I know I'm unlucky sometimes but ..
Also note my weight is bigger than the network. I've seen this on HBN once or twice with big blocks staking

All four blocks should be over the 1k limit for stake by a fair margin as I was planning on moving funds but didn't this month.

When the earlier problems hit I switched machines and re-downloaded the chain, swapped out wallet on that and still no dice.....
but machines both agree with current block on http://cap.cryptocoinexplorer.com/

The network is just jammed full of blocks right now I would expect. I have known for a while that most clients network stake weight calculations aren't accurate, I have a high stake weight as well without any stakes yet. They will come I am sure, but at this point I think that luck is a major factor.

The good news is that PoS blocks are overwhelming the PoW blocks on the chain right now.  There is a big queue but it is being served quickly.

Well if it's just a case of waiting then fine.
I know the HBN client can be a little pessimistic on your 50% times so I was thinking it would be over in a flash.
coins won't be going anywhere so it only a case of loss of compound interest (the most powerful force in the universe!)
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