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October 01, 2013, 04:32:38 AM
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HELP - have 2 transactions sent out today several hours ago and still no confirmations. The client has been working fine so far. New blocks are coming thru, so I'm connected. Any aclues? TIA

after a database rebuild still no luck  Angry. Here are the 2 transactions. I've received mined coins after that conformed

Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 9/30/2013 09:57
To: Crypsy sYWjdGVSVte8DnzKhc8RejHYW8u6ogB1GF
Debit: -13.50565 SRC
Transaction fee: -0.0001 SRC
Net amount: -13.50575 SRC
Transaction ID: ca70adc71ef86d4185881ccbc2860a05c5b8d4fad88ce3bc0277baf17109d147
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Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 9/30/2013 15:37
To: Crypsy sYWjdGVSVte8DnzKhc8RejHYW8u6ogB1GF
Debit: -10.01 SRC
Transaction fee: -0.0001 SRC
Net amount: -10.0101 SRC
Transaction ID: b64f28614e2099df35197099992deced5f7aaed7460fe2add641e33d37331973

EDIT: Client is 0.8.3.0




after much research  I think I found what the problem is and it may affect all ATL and possible BTC as well. I was using the big peer list and for some reason (probably on my end) they all timed out while sending the transaction. Meanwhile the coins were already taken from the wallet. So my only hope to ever see those coins back from hyperspace is to have me passing my transaction data to a new wallet, and that is close to impossible

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October 01, 2013, 10:10:56 AM
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HELP - have 2 transactions sent out today several hours ago and still no confirmations. The client has been working fine so far. New blocks are coming thru, so I'm connected. Any aclues? TIA

after a database rebuild still no luck  Angry. Here are the 2 transactions. I've received mined coins after that conformed

Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 9/30/2013 09:57
To: Crypsy sYWjdGVSVte8DnzKhc8RejHYW8u6ogB1GF
Debit: -13.50565 SRC
Transaction fee: -0.0001 SRC
Net amount: -13.50575 SRC
Transaction ID: ca70adc71ef86d4185881ccbc2860a05c5b8d4fad88ce3bc0277baf17109d147
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 9/30/2013 15:37
To: Crypsy sYWjdGVSVte8DnzKhc8RejHYW8u6ogB1GF
Debit: -10.01 SRC
Transaction fee: -0.0001 SRC
Net amount: -10.0101 SRC
Transaction ID: b64f28614e2099df35197099992deced5f7aaed7460fe2add641e33d37331973

EDIT: Client is 0.8.3.0




after much research  I think I found what the problem is and it may affect all ATL and possible BTC as well. I was using the big peer list and for some reason (probably on my end) they all timed out while sending the transaction. Meanwhile the coins were already taken from the wallet. So my only hope to ever see those coins back from hyperspace is to have me passing my transaction data to a new wallet, and that is close to impossible

Just run :

Code:
securecoin-qt.exe -salvagewallet

And your coins will be back.

This happens to me whenever I forget to set the transaction fee, since the default is 0 .
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October 01, 2013, 02:14:37 PM
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HELP - have 2 transactions sent out today several hours ago and still no confirmations. The client has been working fine so far. New blocks are coming thru, so I'm connected. Any aclues? TIA

after a database rebuild still no luck  Angry. Here are the 2 transactions. I've received mined coins after that conformed

Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 9/30/2013 09:57
To: Crypsy sYWjdGVSVte8DnzKhc8RejHYW8u6ogB1GF
Debit: -13.50565 SRC
Transaction fee: -0.0001 SRC
Net amount: -13.50575 SRC
Transaction ID: ca70adc71ef86d4185881ccbc2860a05c5b8d4fad88ce3bc0277baf17109d147
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 9/30/2013 15:37
To: Crypsy sYWjdGVSVte8DnzKhc8RejHYW8u6ogB1GF
Debit: -10.01 SRC
Transaction fee: -0.0001 SRC
Net amount: -10.0101 SRC
Transaction ID: b64f28614e2099df35197099992deced5f7aaed7460fe2add641e33d37331973

EDIT: Client is 0.8.3.0




after much research  I think I found what the problem is and it may affect all ATL and possible BTC as well. I was using the big peer list and for some reason (probably on my end) they all timed out while sending the transaction. Meanwhile the coins were already taken from the wallet. So my only hope to ever see those coins back from hyperspace is to have me passing my transaction data to a new wallet, and that is close to impossible

Just run :

Code:
securecoin-qt.exe -salvagewallet

And your coins will be back.

This happens to me whenever I forget to set the transaction fee, since the default is 0 .

thank you thank you. I had no idea the client had could be run with parameters, I tried to run it with -h to no help. Should have looked at the code :-)

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October 01, 2013, 07:42:14 PM
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You can now bid for CryptoAve shares using SRC: http://digitalcoin.co/forums/index.php/topic,171.0.html
More information about CryptoAve: http://digitalcoin.co/forums/index.php/topic,89.0.html
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October 08, 2013, 11:55:20 PM
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Hi all,

Could anyone that has a working SRC node or knows of one please add it to this thread so we can update the current list.

Thanks,

http://digitalcoin.co/forums/index.php/topic,184.0.html


 
 
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October 09, 2013, 07:31:03 AM
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 This coin don't work for me  Huh
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October 09, 2013, 08:56:47 AM
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Hi all,

Could anyone that has a working SRC node or knows of one please add it to this thread so we can update the current list.

Thanks,

http://digitalcoin.co/forums/index.php/topic,184.0.html

Please add my node: 78.27.191.182

PGP: 6EC48BA7
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October 10, 2013, 12:15:58 AM
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Hosting downloads for the Windows and Mac binaries: http://www.lurkmore.com/wiki/Cryptocurrency_information_and_wallet_client_downloads

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Hi all,

Could anyone that has a working SRC node or knows of one please add it to this thread so we can update the current list.

Thanks,

http://digitalcoin.co/forums/index.php/topic,184.0.html

Please add my node: 78.27.191.182

Added. Thanks!


 
 
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October 10, 2013, 05:52:37 PM
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Can someone please assist as my linux knowledge is very limited. I'm trying to run via vps using atlantic.net as a host and using gigawatt's noobproof guide. Ok long story short i get the following error when running the setup script on ubuntu 12.04 64 bit.

/root/build-securecoin: line 5: cd: /root/quarkcoin-cpuminer/src: No such file or directory
make: *** No rule to make target `clean'.  Stop.
make: *** No targets specified and no makefile found.  Stop.
cp: cannot stat `./minerd': No such file or directory
Starting securecoin miner
update-rc.d: warning: /etc/init.d/cron missing LSB information
update-rc.d: see <http://wiki.debian.org/LSBInitScripts>
 System start/stop links for /etc/init.d/cron already exist.

please help, willing to donate in ppc.

Thanks
abdul

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October 10, 2013, 11:01:26 PM
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Can someone please assist as my linux knowledge is very limited. I'm trying to run via vps using atlantic.net as a host and using gigawatt's noobproof guide. Ok long story short i get the following error when running the setup script on ubuntu 12.04 64 bit.

/root/build-securecoin: line 5: cd: /root/quarkcoin-cpuminer/src: No such file or directory
make: *** No rule to make target `clean'.  Stop.
make: *** No targets specified and no makefile found.  Stop.
cp: cannot stat `./minerd': No such file or directory
Starting securecoin miner
update-rc.d: warning: /etc/init.d/cron missing LSB information
update-rc.d: see <http://wiki.debian.org/LSBInitScripts>
 System start/stop links for /etc/init.d/cron already exist.

please help, willing to donate in ppc.

Thanks
abdul


anybody? I will donate 5 PPC to the first post to get me sorted. Wink

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October 25, 2013, 11:15:13 AM
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i keep a fairly close watch on what goes on mining this 24/7 and i have noticed some weird behavior going on..
this also coincides with the guys running block explorers disappearing and their sites going down permanently.

i have been on a BIG pool for a long time pushing close to half a tera hash avg (@coinmine.pl) and i have seen it go down for periods last 2 days on and off
and while this was happening i ran my wallet and i see blocks being found pretty fast when coinmine was running or not..
the coinmine pool is getting slower and slower at finding blocks and i see some other pool or what ever is able to out hash us there now
and i know of no other pool etc that has power like that.. they have to be pretty fast to out hash us when we're pushing 500
So who the hell is it ? and should we bother anymore with no block explorer available ?

i have little confidence in this coin now and i am tempted to dump my SRC Sad
how is it i am the only guy who noticed this or even brought it up ?
like come on.. coinmine was pulling blocks like every 30 seconds now its averaging 10 fucking minutes and no one even notices wtf ?

i have a seen a ton of weird ass behavior going on lately with some powerful hashers going on in the scene..
i suggest people *start paying closer attention to what is going on :/

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October 25, 2013, 11:32:15 AM
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Last 20 blocks on coinmine:
Code:
88874 49 left anonymous 25/10 13:28:29 1,560.03 5.00 780 334 42.82
88873 48 left vovik70 25/10 13:27:58 1,560.03 5.00 780 379 48.59
88872 47 left frouter 25/10 13:27:49 1,560.03 5.00 780 1,137 145.77
88870 45 left anonymous 25/10 13:25:42 1,560.03 5.00 780 1,330 170.51
88869 44 left irokes 25/10 13:24:17 1,560.03 5.00 780 298 38.20
88868 43 left deadp00l 25/10 13:23:40 1,560.03 5.00 780 1,916 245.64
88867 42 left frouter 25/10 13:21:26 1,560.03 5.00 780 177 22.69
88866 41 left feeleep 25/10 13:20:49 1,560.03 5.00 780 630 80.77
88865 40 left broooomm 25/10 13:20:37 1,560.03 5.00 780 690 88.46
88864 39 left hobot 25/10 13:18:57 1,560.03 5.00 780 1,663 213.20
88863 38 left anonymous 25/10 13:17:29 1,560.03 5.00 780 1 0.13
88862 37 left torsedor 25/10 13:17:22 1,560.03 5.00 780 76 9.74
88861 36 left yoogi68 25/10 13:16:25 1,560.03 5.00 780 689 88.33
88860 35 left anonymous 25/10 13:14:52 1,560.03 5.00 780 1,054 135.13
88859 34 left juve4v 25/10 13:14:04 1,560.03 5.00 780 560 71.79
88858 33 left anonymous 25/10 13:13:22 1,560.03 5.00 780 440 56.41
88857 32 left Stranger 25/10 13:13:18 1,560.03 5.00 780 486 62.31
88856 31 left spirotot 25/10 13:12:30 1,560.03 5.00 780 149 19.10
88855 30 left irokes 25/10 13:10:51 1,560.03 5.00 780 1,141 146.28
88854 29 left anonymous 25/10 13:10:29 1,560.03 5.00 780 999 128.07

Seems to be fine at the moment, and the pool is finding most of the blocks (20 of the last 21!), at about 1/min.
Edit: I don't know of any way to see pool history back further than that, but my auto-payments seem to have continued at about the same rate they've always been. Are you sure the pool has actually been down? If you got some example times (and timezone) when you couldn't connect, I can check my transaction history to see if I was still connected then.

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October 25, 2013, 11:43:30 AM
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i keep a fairly close watch on what goes on mining this 24/7 and i have noticed some weird behavior going on..
this also coincides with the guys running block explorers disappearing and their sites going down permanently.

i have been on a BIG pool for a long time pushing close to half a tera hash avg (@coinmine.pl) and i have seen it go down for periods last 2 days on and off
and while this was happening i ran my wallet and i see blocks being found pretty fast when coinmine was running or not..
the coinmine pool is getting slower and slower at finding blocks and i see some other pool or what ever is able to out hash us there now
and i know of no other pool etc that has power like that.. they have to be pretty fast to out hash us when we're pushing 500
So who the hell is it ? and should we bother anymore with no block explorer available ?

i have little confidence in this coin now and i am tempted to dump my SRC Sad
how is it i am the only guy who noticed this or even brought it up ?
like come on.. coinmine was pulling blocks like every 30 seconds now its averaging 10 fucking minutes and no one even notices wtf ?

i have a seen a ton of weird ass behavior going on lately with some powerful hashers going on in the scene..
i suggest people *start paying closer attention to what is going on :/


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October 25, 2013, 01:02:22 PM
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Maybe the gpu miner guy improved on his program lately...and is testing it :p
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October 25, 2013, 02:17:09 PM
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Maybe the gpu miner guy improved on his program lately...and is testing it :p

Hi - coinmine pool was down for maybe 20 minutes yesterday, but that was the only disruption Smiley

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October 25, 2013, 03:15:52 PM
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Maybe the gpu miner guy improved on his program lately...and is testing it :p

Hi - coinmine pool was down for maybe 20 minutes yesterday, but that was the only disruption Smiley

you handled it VERY well i was impressed.. your a solid pool operator man Wink

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If no block explorer exists i'm out..

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October 25, 2013, 04:44:11 PM
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theres the github, maybe someone can set up a new one if gigawatt isnt bringing his block explorer back

https://github.com/llamasoft/securecoin-abe

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October 25, 2013, 05:10:48 PM
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How much you mining in day
this very good question
in this coin?

This my 1 question
to operator this pool service

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November 01, 2013, 02:46:32 AM
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Any plans for a block explorer type site?

Looking for more information regarding difficulty.

Some charts would be nice.

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