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February 15, 2018, 08:09:48 PM
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Is the 8.4 the first amount of ARO you have earnt mining with us?

Yes.

I started mining recently and my pending amount increased to around 8.5 and then started decreasing whereas I was still mining

Ok, because you need to earn 10 ARO before a payment is made to your wallet, what will happen is that 7.7 will go from being "pending", get added to the 8.4 you have already earned and you should receive a payment of 16.1 ARO.

Any new pendings will then be paid as normal once you have achieved an amount of 10 ARO

Hope this makes sense Smiley

It makes sense!

I didn't know there could be "several" pending amounts.
(although it really looks like it's going backwards as in the last few minutes the pending amount went from 7.77 to 7.74).

Thanks for your answers, I will keep you posted if I receive any payment



Ok, the reason that the pending amounts go up and down is purely because or your share in the work done to solve the block. Once a new "pending" amount is shown, it now will simply mean you have been paid the previous pending amount.

If you would like to give me your wallet address I can just double check to make sure everything is ok?

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February 15, 2018, 08:28:20 PM
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Ok, the reason that the pending amounts go up and down is purely because or your share in the work done to solve the block. Once a new "pending" amount is shown, it now will simply mean you have been paid the previous pending amount.

If you would like to give me your wallet address I can just double check to make sure everything is ok?

Sure, my address is : 5RU45mMLEPm5oqY7Z3NnqDSPigDZcG62S6bbKriCdpLNbU7NuUPeiE4bYf7MJuxJ5ZLiuiDcDzEhs1o aGPjhbwRE

Everything looks ok ?

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February 15, 2018, 08:33:13 PM
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Ok, the reason that the pending amounts go up and down is purely because or your share in the work done to solve the block. Once a new "pending" amount is shown, it now will simply mean you have been paid the previous pending amount.

If you would like to give me your wallet address I can just double check to make sure everything is ok?

Sure, my address is : 5RU45mMLEPm5oqY7Z3NnqDSPigDZcG62S6bbKriCdpLNbU7NuUPeiE4bYf7MJuxJ5ZLiuiDcDzEhs1o aGPjhbwRE

Everything looks ok ?

Thanks

Ok, so when that 8.4 leaves and another amount shows in pending you should get 7.65+8.4 ARO

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February 15, 2018, 08:37:46 PM
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Is the 8.4 the first amount of ARO you have earnt mining with us?

Yes.

I started mining recently and my pending amount increased to around 8.5 and then started decreasing whereas I was still mining

Ok, because you need to earn 10 ARO before a payment is made to your wallet, what will happen is that 7.7 will go from being "pending", get added to the 8.4 you have already earned and you should receive a payment of 16.1 ARO.

Any new pendings will then be paid as normal once you have achieved an amount of 10 ARO

Hope this makes sense Smiley

It makes sense!

I didn't know there could be "several" pending amounts.
(although it really looks like it's going backwards as in the last few minutes the pending amount went from 7.77 to 7.74).

Thanks for your answers, I will keep you posted if I receive any payment



Hi,

It is normal. The pool statistics are a bit strange to the traditional miners, but all is good.
Read this thread a bit up here, hopefully it will make things clear.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2710248.msg30136256#msg30136256


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February 15, 2018, 09:00:21 PM
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Hi,

It is normal. The pool statistics are a bit strange to the traditional miners, but all is good.
Read this thread a bit up here, hopefully it will make things clear.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2710248.msg30136256#msg30136256


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Thanks for your input kobo_eth, much appreciated Smiley

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February 16, 2018, 04:27:54 AM
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Anyone doing OTC trades? I'm trying to buy some, around .2 btc worth.
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February 16, 2018, 04:35:22 AM
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Anyone doing OTC trades? I'm trying to buy some, around .2 btc worth.

there is a section in the discord for this.

https://discord.gg/jnuuq3
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February 16, 2018, 04:42:09 AM
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how is the mining?
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February 16, 2018, 07:32:10 AM
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how is the mining?

Well for me, its been going great! Being CPU friendly I have all my old PC hardware mining and a few laptops.  Also I started in there was only 60 miners, so its been a fun journey.
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February 16, 2018, 08:49:55 AM
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Hi,

can someone guide me how to load a wallet on GUI light wallet? Got wallet.aro, public and private key. Thanks
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February 16, 2018, 09:04:40 AM
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can someone guide me how to load a wallet on GUI light wallet? Got wallet.aro, public and private key. Thanks

well, this should be pretty easy, open your GUI wallet, hit "Import" button, search for wallet.aro in your system and that's it
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February 16, 2018, 09:12:05 AM
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Hi,

can someone guide me how to load a wallet on GUI light wallet? Got wallet.aro, public and private key. Thanks

"restore" wallet.aro

linux version is better.

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February 16, 2018, 10:56:07 AM
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Hi,

can someone guide me how to load a wallet on GUI light wallet? Got wallet.aro, public and private key. Thanks

"restore" wallet.aro

linux version is better.

agree Smiley but with GUI wallet it sounds like guy is using windows, not sure if he'll be happy with cli
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February 16, 2018, 12:08:25 PM
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Hi,

can someone guide me how to load a wallet on GUI light wallet? Got wallet.aro, public and private key. Thanks

"restore" wallet.aro

linux version is better.

agree Smiley but with GUI wallet it sounds like guy is using windows, not sure if he'll be happy with cli
Both Windows and Linux versions should be good, but personal habits are different.

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February 16, 2018, 02:38:12 PM
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Might be a noob question, but i still want to ask Wink

I am using ProgrammerDan's java miner on 2 PCs. I mine on aropool.com. Can i just mine using the same wallet address? I am using nearly the same config on both PCs, I just altered the worker name on PC No. 2.
Is it better to add a second receiving address to my wallet and use this address on PC2?

Thanks folks

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February 16, 2018, 03:29:47 PM
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Might be a noob question, but i still want to ask Wink

I am using ProgrammerDan's java miner on 2 PCs. I mine on aropool.com. Can i just mine using the same wallet address? I am using nearly the same config on both PCs, I just altered the worker name on PC No. 2.
Is it better to add a second receiving address to my wallet and use this address on PC2?

Thanks folks

Herr Vorragend

you can use same config, in fact is better if you do so, you will have no problem to see your address in historic shares (so no issue as other guys here with small h/s)
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February 16, 2018, 04:19:52 PM
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Hi,

can someone guide me how to load a wallet on GUI light wallet? Got wallet.aro, public and private key. Thanks

well, this should be pretty easy, open your GUI wallet, hit "Import" button, search for wallet.aro in your system and that's it

I have two wallet.aro.


Unfortunately I installed the wallet GUI first and I do not see the encripted key.


So I created a new wallet and that's when I get the coins and I have all the keys to access.

My question is that when I uninstall and re-install the wallet GUI, it seems to be taking over the old wallet. Is there no way to choose the wallet to open in the GUI?

Or do I have to choose to install the GUI wallet on another computer and restore the correct wallet.aro?

For example, when the currency ARO is in an exchange, how can I send the transaction from my wallet via the command line?

Thanks.
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February 16, 2018, 04:49:19 PM
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Ok, every time you install the wallet GUI, a new wallet.aro file will be produced, overwriting your original. What you need to do is copy the wallet.aro file that has your ARO on, and move that out of the install directory for the GUI wallet. If you need to reinstall the wallet, after installation, copy the ARO wallet.aro file back into the GUI install directory.

I hope this makes sense

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February 16, 2018, 05:26:42 PM
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Ok, every time you install the wallet GUI, a new wallet.aro file will be produced, overwriting your original. What you need to do is copy the wallet.aro file that has your ARO on, and move that out of the install directory for the GUI wallet. If you need to reinstall the wallet, after installation, copy the ARO wallet.aro file back into the GUI install directory.

I hope this makes sense

Thanks for advice.


I will back up both wallet.aro files and reinstall the wallet GUI.

But is it also valid to use the start wallet for transactions right?

Eh, sorry there as "dummys" issues.


I know that there is still no concept of "exchange", but it is even to learn later to move the currencies of the current portfolio to an exchange that works with the ARO coin.

Thanks.
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February 16, 2018, 06:02:57 PM
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Ok, every time you install the wallet GUI, a new wallet.aro file will be produced, overwriting your original. What you need to do is copy the wallet.aro file that has your ARO on, and move that out of the install directory for the GUI wallet. If you need to reinstall the wallet, after installation, copy the ARO wallet.aro file back into the GUI install directory.

I hope this makes sense

Thanks for advice.


I will back up both wallet.aro files and reinstall the wallet GUI.

But is it also valid to use the start wallet for transactions right?

Eh, sorry there as "dummys" issues.


I know that there is still no concept of "exchange", but it is even to learn later to move the currencies of the current portfolio to an exchange that works with the ARO coin.

Thanks.

Yes, the GUI wallet is perfectly fine to use to send or receive ARO, even though there is currently no exchange, however, you can join our Discord channel and there is a dedicated trading channel that you can access from there - https://arionum.info/discord/

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