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January 17, 2018, 08:48:57 AM
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las 5  de la madrugada y no pude conectar la maldita billetera
esque no entiendo porqu los desarolladores no pueden hacer un mardito lansamiento justo y equitativo
primero tienen que minar ello ,,luego hacen una billetera que no funcione para ellos seguir llevando ventaja
coñaso pero nadie esta esperando su mardita moneda ,,,entonces si uste va a hacer un lansamiento hagolo de manera
que todos podamos minar igual.... aparte de que usted ya mino 5000 blokes tambien ce la quiere poner dificil al minero pequeño
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January 17, 2018, 09:28:16 AM
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Where do I find the wallet in the Window?  Huh Huh Huh
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January 17, 2018, 09:45:14 AM
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Can you fix payments from your pool please?
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January 17, 2018, 09:57:03 AM
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Just a friendly reminder that dev still not respond to the fact that 5000+ blocks mined before launch.

even the developers sleep sometimes Wink

I've already answer to this question; few blocks was mined from developers, but most was mined by someone on the net that started mining before the official annunce. Anyway 5,000 blocks are nothing compared to:

Bitcoin has 504,644 blocks
Litecoins has 1,351,847 blocks
Bitcoin Gold has 509,561 blocks
Bitcoin Z has 74,160 blocks
Zcash has 256,026 blocks

Please focus on:
1) all coins has the same rewards (50 coins)
2) better backport from bitcoin 0.12+ core than others
3) better response time on backports or pulls
4) NO TAX and no founders rewards to mined blocks
5) This is not an Hard Fork so the blockchain was started from zero

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January 17, 2018, 10:06:26 AM
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Just a friendly reminder that dev still not respond to the fact that 5000+ blocks mined before launch.


What does this mean? I'm new so I don't understand. Does this mean that because they did this it's slowing down the system?

For example the coin is new but I can only get like 30-35 a day on 1 1070. This is my first time mining a coin this new but I thought I would be able to get alot more.if I'm not mistaken once the coin gets more popular that I will only get less.

Can the miners who mine with the asic mine with this coin? Maybe someone who knows a bit more can let us know
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January 17, 2018, 10:39:16 AM
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Devs .. please tell us about the 5000 blocks that are unaccounted for ......
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January 17, 2018, 10:55:55 AM
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Devs .. please tell us about the 5000 blocks that are unaccounted for ......

Already answer to this question. Please read all posts before make the same question....

Anyway, what's the problem? In 1 day we produce ~600 new blocks, so 5000 is only 1 week mining!! Don't focus on this trifling detail.

I repeat, for having more power and decentralization, we need absolutely help from the community on staring new nodes and new seed servers.

Thanks

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January 17, 2018, 11:02:45 AM
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Just a friendly reminder that dev still not respond to the fact that 5000+ blocks mined before launch.


What does this mean? I'm new so I don't understand. Does this mean that because they did this it's slowing down the system?

For example the coin is new but I can only get like 30-35 a day on 1 1070. This is my first time mining a coin this new but I thought I would be able to get alot more.if I'm not mistaken once the coin gets more popular that I will only get less.

Can the miners who mine with the asic mine with this coin? Maybe someone who knows a bit more can let us know

No way! Equihash is ASIC resistant!! The goal of this project is to have a new and decentralized coin mined from all people involved and not only from companies equipped with large ASCI devices as happened for bitcoin, litecoin and others.

The confirmation of the slow blockage is caused by a few miners to the active monopolistic because only yesterday was the official launch. For your information, the maturity of the block is 100.

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January 17, 2018, 11:36:28 AM
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Just a friendly reminder that dev still not respond to the fact that 5000+ blocks mined before launch.


What does this mean? I'm new so I don't understand. Does this mean that because they did this it's slowing down the system?

For example the coin is new but I can only get like 30-35 a day on 1 1070. This is my first time mining a coin this new but I thought I would be able to get alot more.if I'm not mistaken once the coin gets more popular that I will only get less.

Can the miners who mine with the asic mine with this coin? Maybe someone who knows a bit more can let us know

Go to youtube and start watching videos about mining. Read and study.
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January 17, 2018, 01:19:33 PM
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payment working..
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January 17, 2018, 01:25:14 PM
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Just a friendly reminder that dev still not respond to the fact that 5000+ blocks mined before launch.

even the developers sleep sometimes Wink

I've already answer to this question; few blocks was mined from developers, but most was mined by someone on the net that started mining before the official annunce. Anyway 5,000 blocks are nothing compared to:

Bitcoin has 504,644 blocks
Litecoins has 1,351,847 blocks
Bitcoin Gold has 509,561 blocks
Bitcoin Z has 74,160 blocks
Zcash has 256,026 blocks

Please focus on:
1) all coins has the same rewards (50 coins)
2) better backport from bitcoin 0.12+ core than others
3) better response time on backports or pulls
4) NO TAX and no founders rewards to mined blocks
5) This is not an Hard Fork so the blockchain was started from zero


I don't know about other specified coins, but what do you mean that BTCZ has 74,160 blocks ? Smiley

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January 17, 2018, 01:27:13 PM
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give some free airdrop or bounty  Tongue Tongue

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January 17, 2018, 02:24:48 PM
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Devs .. please tell us about the 5000 blocks that are unaccounted for ......

Already answer to this question. Please read all posts before make the same question....

Anyway, what's the problem? In 1 day we produce ~600 new blocks, so 5000 is only 1 week mining!! Don't focus on this trifling detail.

I repeat, for having more power and decentralization, we need absolutely help from the community on staring new nodes and new seed servers.

Thanks


Hello I m mining on a pool but i let the LTZ daemon runing on another computer with my wallet.
My question is, is that enough to help for decentralization ? If need public static ip, should i secure my wallet and how ? ( route to node can be not straitforward for me cause i m not in the same network as my netbox) .
Anyway it seems to work on screen i have 1652 validated transactions.
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January 17, 2018, 03:02:58 PM
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I don't know about other specified coins, but what do you mean that BTCZ has 74,160 blocks ? Smiley

He means that they had 74,160 blocks premined or mined before the coin going live to the public..

No, i mean they have 74,160 blocks right now. Thus the LTZ 5,000 already mined blocks are insignificant when compared to these numbers

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January 17, 2018, 03:23:21 PM
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Just a friendly reminder that dev still not respond to the fact that 5000+ blocks mined before launch.


What does this mean? I'm new so I don't understand. Does this mean that because they did this it's slowing down the system?

For example the coin is new but I can only get like 30-35 a day on 1 1070. This is my first time mining a coin this new but I thought I would be able to get alot more.if I'm not mistaken once the coin gets more popular that I will only get less.

Can the miners who mine with the asic mine with this coin? Maybe someone who knows a bit more can let us know

Go to youtube and start watching videos about mining. Read and study.


I did read. And I did watch. I have installed so many files and wallets on my machine I wonder about it's safety. I have now gone to just logging into my email and such and everything on my phone and don't really care since everything is on a PC that's always offline

I have never witnessed the birth of a coin. I would like to see what happens now. I always hear about people bashing a coin because it doesn't have a white paper but I was told monero didn't have a white paper when it came out. It might be monero or it might be another coin but one that's worth hundreds.
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January 17, 2018, 03:50:17 PM
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Keep getting this error when with the windows wallet when i load up to jan 17 99.95% sync .. can anyone help?


[Thread-18] [Wed Jan 17 10:46:19 EST 2018] [ERROR] Unexpected error:
com.vaklinov.zcashui.ZCashClientCaller$WalletCallException: Error response from wallet: error: couldn't connect to server: EOF reached (code 1)
(make sure server is running and you are connecting to the correct RPC port)

        at com.vaklinov.zcashui.ZCashClientCaller.executeCommandAndGetSingleStringResponse(ZCashClientCaller.java:965)
        at com.vaklinov.zcashui.ZCashClientCaller.executeCommandAndGetSingleStringResponse(ZCashClientCaller.java:940)
        at com.vaklinov.zcashui.ZCashClientCaller.executeCommandAndGetSingleStringResponse(ZCashClientCaller.java:933)
        at com.vaklinov.zcashui.ZCashClientCaller.getNetworkAndBlockchainInfo(ZCashClientCaller.java:630)
        at com.vaklinov.zcashui.DashboardPanel$7.gatherData(DashboardPanel.java:289)
        at com.vaklinov.zcashui.DashboardPanel$7.gatherData(DashboardPanel.java:284)
        at com.vaklinov.zcashui.DataGatheringThread.doOneGathering(DataGatheringThread.java:182)
        at com.vaklinov.zcashui.DataGatheringThread.run(DataGatheringThread.java:163)

my config file

rpcuser=00000
rpcpassword=00000
RPCPort=29333
gen=1
server=1
listen=1
addnode=88.86.186.158
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January 17, 2018, 04:08:25 PM
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Keep getting this error when with the windows wallet when i load up to jan 17 99.95% sync .. can anyone help?


[Thread-18] [Wed Jan 17 10:46:19 EST 2018] [ERROR] Unexpected error:
com.vaklinov.zcashui.ZCashClientCaller$WalletCallException: Error response from wallet: error: couldn't connect to server: EOF reached (code 1)
(make sure server is running and you are connecting to the correct RPC port)

        at com.vaklinov.zcashui.ZCashClientCaller.executeCommandAndGetSingleStringResponse(ZCashClientCaller.java:965)
        at com.vaklinov.zcashui.ZCashClientCaller.executeCommandAndGetSingleStringResponse(ZCashClientCaller.java:940)
        at com.vaklinov.zcashui.ZCashClientCaller.executeCommandAndGetSingleStringResponse(ZCashClientCaller.java:933)
        at com.vaklinov.zcashui.ZCashClientCaller.getNetworkAndBlockchainInfo(ZCashClientCaller.java:630)
        at com.vaklinov.zcashui.DashboardPanel$7.gatherData(DashboardPanel.java:289)
        at com.vaklinov.zcashui.DashboardPanel$7.gatherData(DashboardPanel.java:284)
        at com.vaklinov.zcashui.DataGatheringThread.doOneGathering(DataGatheringThread.java:182)
        at com.vaklinov.zcashui.DataGatheringThread.run(DataGatheringThread.java:163)

my config file

rpcuser=00000
rpcpassword=00000
RPCPort=29333
gen=1
server=1
listen=1
addnode=88.86.186.158

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January 17, 2018, 04:25:58 PM
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There is a working wallet for windows? Nothing works
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January 17, 2018, 04:26:40 PM
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hello dev can i have paper wallet
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January 17, 2018, 04:38:15 PM
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Keep getting this error when with the windows wallet when i load up to jan 17 99.95% sync .. can anyone help?


[Thread-18] [Wed Jan 17 10:46:19 EST 2018] [ERROR] Unexpected error:
com.vaklinov.zcashui.ZCashClientCaller$WalletCallException: Error response from wallet: error: couldn't connect to server: EOF reached (code 1)
(make sure server is running and you are connecting to the correct RPC port)

        at com.vaklinov.zcashui.ZCashClientCaller.executeCommandAndGetSingleStringResponse(ZCashClientCaller.java:965)
        at com.vaklinov.zcashui.ZCashClientCaller.executeCommandAndGetSingleStringResponse(ZCashClientCaller.java:940)
        at com.vaklinov.zcashui.ZCashClientCaller.executeCommandAndGetSingleStringResponse(ZCashClientCaller.java:933)
        at com.vaklinov.zcashui.ZCashClientCaller.getNetworkAndBlockchainInfo(ZCashClientCaller.java:630)
        at com.vaklinov.zcashui.DashboardPanel$7.gatherData(DashboardPanel.java:289)
        at com.vaklinov.zcashui.DashboardPanel$7.gatherData(DashboardPanel.java:284)
        at com.vaklinov.zcashui.DataGatheringThread.doOneGathering(DataGatheringThread.java:182)
        at com.vaklinov.zcashui.DataGatheringThread.run(DataGatheringThread.java:163)

my config file

rpcuser=00000
rpcpassword=00000
RPCPort=29333
gen=1
server=1
listen=1
addnode=88.86.186.158

Come to the discord channel. We have people to help you in real time. https://discord.gg/j9YJnm


i have same problem but im change some config like this:
rpcuser=USERNAME
rpcpassword=PASSWORD
server=1
listen=1
addnode=88.86.186.158



no more error Smiley
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