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February 11, 2018, 07:09:48 AM
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Windows 4.0.1 every time you start, you need to synchronize.
The pool does not receive payments.
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February 11, 2018, 12:58:19 PM
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Is wallet 4.0.1 oficial? Why there is not it on the first page?
I just installed 4.0.0...should I install this one now? What's the diff with the new new version from just the new version?

What's the deal with v4.0.1? Does the 4.0.0 Stake or not? Or do we need v4.0.1 for Staking? lupanar's previous posts answered that the 4.0.0 wallet needs 36hrs to mature for staking after block 180,000, but the last post states that 4.0.1 enables staking?
Why were we not informed beforehand if not? Also if not, communication seems to be slipping considerably lately. Also what information can you give us regarding the almost daily chain splits/downed pools? Whats the fix here? Thanks.

If you look here:

https://github.com/216k155/lux/releases/

You will see that for Relaese 4.0.1 it says the changes are:


    Activated PoS and Masternode
    Improved wallet UI


From that, I'm assuming they fucked up a bit with 4.0.0 and 4.0.1 is needed to do staking. I have downloaded 4.0.1 and copied the exe over the backed up older one and it seems to run just fine. Still no staking available but at least maybe when it does become available/coins have matured, I will be staking....I think.

Agree that this should be highlighted and made common knowledge.


When the wallet is downloaded from the link above the resulting version when it is running is: LUX Core version v4.0.0.0-996bada-dirty Does this translate to 4.0.1?
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February 11, 2018, 01:16:07 PM
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When the wallet is downloaded from the link above the resulting version when it is running is: LUX Core version v4.0.0.0-996bada-dirty Does this translate to 4.0.1?
Its normal, dev just forgot to change tag. So make sure to using latest build https://github.com/216k155/lux/releases/tag/v4.0.1

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February 11, 2018, 02:00:19 PM
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Well

There is a Problem,  I mine but not receiving any coin
Is this Problem with wallet or Pool?

The way to determine that would be to look at your payout address on a block explorer to see if it shows payouts. Also check the mining pool's page to see if it shows a payout.

I changed the Pool
But how can i use Block Explorer?
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February 11, 2018, 02:08:37 PM
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But how can i use Block Explorer?
Like with most cryptocurrencies, the amount of coin associated with your address (LUX address in this case) is determined by the distributed blockchain. Websites are available that will search the blockchain for your address. For LUX, one explorer website is here:

https://chainz.cryptoid.info/lux/

You can put in your LUX address (or any LUX address) to see how much LUX coin is associated with that address.
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February 11, 2018, 04:07:54 PM
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Trust can be built up, I would be willing to risk say ~$250 on a 1/1000th share rather than ~$2500 on a 1/100th share. Once I start seeing returns, I would then consider increasing my number of shares and maybe ultimately exceeding 1/100th share.

I think there is a hell of a lot more people who would get in at the ~$250 price range. You could incentivize 1/100th shares with a slight discount on the fees as compared to the smaller shares.

We aren't all whales, give us a chance to get in on the ground floor and we will take you up on your excellent idea.

You can put me down for at least 1 1/1000th share possibly 2 if you decide to go with that idea and that is just me getting started.

That makes a lot of sense. My only concerns are that it would be a lot more work to get 1,000 people to do something rather than 100 (though, I'm sure many would go for multiple shares). Also, there would be more maintenance on my end making sure if someone wanted to withdraw that I would work to fill their spot(s) quickly. I will think it over. If anyone else has any thoughts, please chime in or contact me privately.

What I might do is setup 1 masternode with 100 shares, then depending on demand and appetite from others, I could start another with 1000 shares. Some in the 100 share might want to reinvest profits in the second, plus it opens it up to more people. And by then I should have things more automated so it would be easier to manage.

Join a Safe Shared LUX Masternode -> https://www.luxmasternode.com
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February 11, 2018, 04:54:09 PM
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When the wallet is downloaded from the link above the resulting version when it is running is: LUX Core version v4.0.0.0-996bada-dirty Does this translate to 4.0.1?
Its normal, dev just forgot to change tag. So make sure to using latest build https://github.com/216k155/lux/releases/tag/v4.0.1
BTW, I have to admit that the version 4 is stable and no more lagging  Smiley Great work, keep going!

Bitcointalk ANNS channel: https://t.me/bitcointalkanns
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February 11, 2018, 06:14:50 PM
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I am trying to sync my 4.0.1 wallet a few hours with no success. How do I add nodes using the wallet console?
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February 11, 2018, 06:44:40 PM
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But how can i use Block Explorer?
Like with most cryptocurrencies, the amount of coin associated with your address (LUX address in this case) is determined by the distributed blockchain. Websites are available that will search the blockchain for your address. For LUX, one explorer website is here:

https://chainz.cryptoid.info/lux/

You can put in your LUX address (or any LUX address) to see how much LUX coin is associated with that address.

Ok I found my Balance 1.22 but in my wallet 0.89!! 

So the Problem with my wallet?! 

How can i solve it?
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February 11, 2018, 08:57:19 PM
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LUXCoin has been added to the CryptoDelver masternode list Smiley
https://cryptodelver.com/coin/luxcoin
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February 11, 2018, 09:53:56 PM
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LUXCoin has been added to the CryptoDelver masternode list Smiley
https://cryptodelver.com/coin/luxcoin

Thanks for adding us.
Please stay tuned as an announcement will follow soon.

Thanks!
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February 11, 2018, 10:09:08 PM
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Hey everyone, I am putting together a shared masternode for those of us who want to participate in one, but are not able to lock up the full amount. Masternode earnings are currently significantly better and more consistent than staking alone.

A masternode requires 16,120 LUX. To participate in the shared masternode, I am dividing it into 100 "shares". Each share is 161.2 LUX. You can take as many shares as you wish, if they are available. There are a max of 100 shares.

Payouts will be made every week to the address you choose when you make your initial deposit.

Security will be the utmost priority. The masternode will run on a dedicated Linux machine with all unnecessary ports blocked.

5% of masternode earnings are retained as service fee to pay for hardware, hosting, and my labor.
There is a 1 LUX setup fee to help with initial costs.

Withdrawals may be requested 60 days after depositing. Upon receiving a withdrawal request, I will seek out someone to fill your spot (starting with the waitlist). If no replacement is found within 15 days, your withdrawal will process regardless (unless you are willing to wait longer while we look for a replacement).


If you want to participate, send an email to luxmasternode@gmail.com. I will respond with a unique address to deposit your LUX. Please also include your withdrawal address that you would like to receive your payouts, and eventually your deposit back.


In the future, I plan on the following improvements:

Dead man's switch: All user deposits will automatically be sent to their withdrawal addresses if I am idle for 30 days. This would protect investors from something happening to me.

Web interface with stats. See profits from the node in real time. See past and future payouts.


My background:
I have been an IT Director for 15 years. I have experience with Linux, Python, PHP, MySQL, and a number of other languages and technologies. I also have business and finance experience. At my previous job I was partially responsible for security of $2b USD in assets. I have been a follower of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies for years and am a big believer in LUX. Personally, I plan to be a long term holder of LUX and will reinvest my profits into staking or additional masternodes.

Setup a web UI to do this, hard to trust it otherwise.

Eg. MUE does masternode shares with mymue.co.uk
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February 11, 2018, 10:22:39 PM
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Ok I found my Balance 1.22 but in my wallet 0.89!! 

So the Problem with my wallet?! 

How can i solve it?
Is your wallet synced? Have you updated to the latest wallet (4.0.1)?
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February 11, 2018, 10:49:17 PM
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Trust can be built up, I would be willing to risk say ~$250 on a 1/1000th share rather than ~$2500 on a 1/100th share. Once I start seeing returns, I would then consider increasing my number of shares and maybe ultimately exceeding 1/100th share.

I think there is a hell of a lot more people who would get in at the ~$250 price range. You could incentivize 1/100th shares with a slight discount on the fees as compared to the smaller shares.

We aren't all whales, give us a chance to get in on the ground floor and we will take you up on your excellent idea.

You can put me down for at least 1 1/1000th share possibly 2 if you decide to go with that idea and that is just me getting started.

That makes a lot of sense. My only concerns are that it would be a lot more work to get 1,000 people to do something rather than 100 (though, I'm sure many would go for multiple shares). Also, there would be more maintenance on my end making sure if someone wanted to withdraw that I would work to fill their spot(s) quickly. I will think it over. If anyone else has any thoughts, please chime in or contact me privately.

What I might do is setup 1 masternode with 100 shares, then depending on demand and appetite from others, I could start another with 1000 shares. Some in the 100 share might want to reinvest profits in the second, plus it opens it up to more people. And by then I should have things more automated so it would be easier to manage.

I see where you are coming from but maybe there is a halfway house here. Have 90 1% shares and 100 0.1% shares and do it on a first come first serve basis. You could play around with those number say 50 1% shares and 500 0.1% shares or whatever works for you.

Please put me down for 2 0.1% shares if you go with that option. I will probably buy more within a few weeks if it goes well but I am afraid to jump in too deep too quickly.

If I eventually build up to 10 0.1% shares, you can swap me out for a 1% share and reuse the 10 0.1% shares for others, if that makes sense to you.
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February 11, 2018, 11:15:48 PM
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Updated to wallet 4.0.0996 beta aka 4.0.1. Two major issues:

1) In previous wallet it was necessary to encrypt wallet, then unlock it to stake. Can't encrypt / unencrypt wallet in 4.0.1 ("encryption" is greyed out). Other than than locking and unlocking wallet again doesn't seem to enable staking either (I believe we are well 36 hours into post block 180K).

2) Closing the wallet and opening again creates "database error" and then the wallet needs to reindex blocks from disk again, which on a fast SSD coupled with a 8600K @5Ghz takes over 15 minutes. That's just not okay. I believe another user had this bug as well.

Can anyone report that issue 1) and issue 2) has been resolved / working for them?
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February 11, 2018, 11:31:30 PM
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I can confirm that number 2 is a known issue and is being addressed - temporary fix is to leave the wallet locked.

This is a Beta release. An open beta release means the software is in the beta stage-feature complete - but likely to contain known or unknown bugs. The focus of an open beta release is to get feedback and improve to eliminate bugs and to incorporate feedback from end user testing for the official release.
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February 11, 2018, 11:37:31 PM
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Hi,

I sent my LUX coins from my wallet to Cryptopia. After about 2 hours and 27 confirmations still nothing is arrived....what's the problem?
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February 11, 2018, 11:47:19 PM
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Updated to wallet 4.0.0996 beta aka 4.0.1. Two major issues:

1) In previous wallet it was necessary to encrypt wallet, then unlock it to stake. Can't encrypt / unencrypt wallet in 4.0.1 ("encryption" is greyed out). Other than than locking and unlocking wallet again doesn't seem to enable staking either (I believe we are well 36 hours into post block 180K).

2) Closing the wallet and opening again creates "database error" and then the wallet needs to reindex blocks from disk again, which on a fast SSD coupled with a 8600K @5Ghz takes over 15 minutes. That's just not okay. I believe another user had this bug as well.

Can anyone report that issue 1) and issue 2) has been resolved / working for them?
Regarding staking, lupanar said:

Coins need to remature again for start to staking from block 180k, so block height that need orientate to is 182160, but as net currently have a lack of blocks per day due to POS disabled so reaching that block can take more than 36hrs.
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February 12, 2018, 12:12:43 AM
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Hi,

I sent my LUX coins from my wallet to Cryptopia. After about 2 hours and 27 confirmations still nothing is arrived....what's the problem?

Now it's 46 confirmations.

TX Id is: 1d9e6de0962567e14fef3390ae6802c01d7cd6980d1c40630cd7b41c4069639d

but sitll nothing showing up... what's happening?
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February 12, 2018, 12:20:14 AM
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Announcement

Please find the latest update on PoS re-introduction and the next steps - https://www.luxcore.io/pdf/Community_Update_12-02-2018.pdf

Refer to our Discord #faq channel for answers to some key questions.
I will quote the FAQ here for those who haven't joined Discord yet.

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WHEN WILL STAKING START?
Staking will start once the testing is completed on the new-unique-to-Lux PoS Hash function and the code is released. To ensure expectations are set correctly and not to put undue pressure on our development team, there is no hard public date set for this one except that this will be soon.


AM I LOSING MY MN AND STAKING REWARDS?
1. No, You are not. The coins which are meant for PoS and MN are not being mined at the moment.
2.Once active, the 720 coins meant daily for Pos and MN will be available again.


WHEN WILL FINAL WALLET BE RELEASED?
Currently we have released Beta version. Final official release is after we have taken in all feedback, completed testing and post PoS hash re-introduction.


WHEN WILL COINBURN/SEGWIT HAPPEN?
Once the top priorities are completed and released successfully (PoS activation and wallet release).


WHY DO YOU HAVE TO DELAY COINBURN, ISN’T IT SIMPLE?
As simple as it may sound, it is not considering we are reducing overall supply. We do not have the bandwidth to properly perform this and document the same for proof. (Some background on coin burns: https://medium.com/@alcio/how-to-destroy-bitcoins-255bb6f2142e)


WHY DOES MY WALLET TAKE SO LONG TO SYNC?
Due to DDoS, initial seeds were "overwhelmed". We have added more seeds and this is being addressed


WHY AM I GETTING ERRORS ON THE NEW WALLET?
This is a Beta release. An open beta release means the software is in the beta stage-feature complete- but likely to contain many known or unknown bugs. The focus of an open beta release is to get feedback and improve to eliminate bugs and to incorporate feedback from end user testing for the official release.


IF IT WAS AN ALPHA/BETA RELEASE, WHY WAS IT MANDATORY TO UPGRADE?
Both upgrades served different purposes. Alpha release ensured we are on the upgraded protocol as all previous versions were invalidated at 180k blockheight. Beta supports the PoS hash implementation for staking and Masternode rewards.


ARE YOU KIDDING US?
No we aren’t. We are as disappointed as you are, with the delay. We are now following a more pragmatic approach that is in the best interest of the community and the network.

As always, we appreciate your understanding and support!
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