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Author Topic: [ANN][POW][XTL] 👾Stellite👾 - decentralized node list via IPFS & ZeroNet  (Read 66448 times)
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April 06, 2018, 10:22:12 AM
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Answer me please, guys,  is it possible to change the path to the blockchain data?

Yes but via a workaround:

Copy all the data from C:\ProgramData\stellite to where you want it(eg F:\stellite). Delete the C:\ProgramData\stellite folder.

Open the Command Prompt(Run as Admin) and type:

mklink /J C:\ProgramData\stellite F:\stellite

Windows will now think that the folder at F:\stellite is located at C:\ProgramData\stellite All the data there will actually be stored on your F: drive.
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April 06, 2018, 11:02:46 AM
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Come on Man bothering with 2226 xtl .. it went lost in the previous chain most probably . i lost some as well sooo.. here i will send you .. give me the address .
For the devs good job guys .. hm but do you sleep  ,, any time for girls or booze aa , finish with the spoon guys and go vacation . leave only satellite question to work .. hes needed.. for answering 1$ questions  Grin

You can send them at this address : SEiSma33nKD8fVrxVpfQYg2qHxbFECZfQKeMfYy9GYmUDREifaj8QEqNM5CLJzU1zWGKQY8Zowi2Sb2 yPvtY5FGpj6vYHq7p6vK15TdrgRhXe

God bless you man !
Se321oJNkfaGrN89Vmq6qGZb8587L53u2NVZbCrhhJujemaGMVNmr952oEsQAKGFojevSWDNcJK8GS8 Sy4manyrG2okoPyvfa
Here 2200 as promised .. in wallet address not Crex24
I'm not sending on exchanges from respect from the coin... Ask the DEv now if they are willing to send them to you ..
For the devs you still have space in your posted donation address guys



Se321oJNkfaGrN89Vmq6qGZb8587L53u2NVZbCrhhJujemaGMVNmr952oEsQAKGFojevSWDNcJK8GS8 "space " Sy4manyrG2okoPyvfa
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April 06, 2018, 11:26:28 AM
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Answer me please, guys,  is it possible to change the path to the blockchain data?

Yes but via a workaround:

Copy all the data from C:\ProgramData\stellite to where you want it(eg F:\stellite). Delete the C:\ProgramData\stellite folder.

Open the Command Prompt(Run as Admin) and type:

mklink /J C:\ProgramData\stellite F:\stellite

Windows will now think that the folder at F:\stellite is located at C:\ProgramData\stellite All the data there will actually be stored on your F: drive.
Thank You! Forgot about this method.

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April 06, 2018, 11:27:10 AM
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Come on Man bothering with 2226 xtl .. it went lost in the previous chain most probably . i lost some as well sooo.. here i will send you .. give me the address .
For the devs good job guys .. hm but do you sleep  ,, any time for girls or booze aa , finish with the spoon guys and go vacation . leave only satellite question to work .. hes needed.. for answering 1$ questions  Grin

You can send them at this address : SEiSma33nKD8fVrxVpfQYg2qHxbFECZfQKeMfYy9GYmUDREifaj8QEqNM5CLJzU1zWGKQY8Zowi2Sb2 yPvtY5FGpj6vYHq7p6vK15TdrgRhXe

God bless you man !
Se321oJNkfaGrN89Vmq6qGZb8587L53u2NVZbCrhhJujemaGMVNmr952oEsQAKGFojevSWDNcJK8GS8 Sy4manyrG2okoPyvfa
Here 2200 as promised .. in wallet address not Crex24
I'm not sending on exchanges from respect from the coin... Ask the DEv now if they are willing to send them to you ..
For the devs you still have space in your posted donation address guys



Se321oJNkfaGrN89Vmq6qGZb8587L53u2NVZbCrhhJujemaGMVNmr952oEsQAKGFojevSWDNcJK8GS8 "space " Sy4manyrG2okoPyvfa

ANN page or wiki?
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April 06, 2018, 11:52:03 AM
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Here 2200 as promised .. in wallet address not Crex24
I'm not sending on exchanges from respect from the coin... Ask the DEv now if they are willing to send them to you ..

Ahahah you are a joke all yourself.
I also have a desktop wallet. I just use a Crex24 account to see if you would really sent coins on it, that's all.

More seriously, theses 2200 XTL just represent about 1 hour of mining...so I don't really care about them (even though the XTL will be $50, it won't be the same Huh)
My question was mainly asked to understand what could have happened, and to understand a little more how things goes.
If tomorrow someone tell me he paids me 1.000.000 XTL and same thing happened, I would like to understand if the guys is ripping me off, or whatever.

If someone can answer me, that would be appreciated. Transaction has been done on March 23, 18h 48min 13sec


PS : I saw that some of you were wrong career, and should have been teachers...so please,do not be too cruel with me, I'm just a french guy trying to understand things.
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April 06, 2018, 12:27:27 PM
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Se321oJNkfaGrN89Vmq6qGZb8587L53u2NVZbCrhhJujemaGMVNmr952oEsQAKGFojevSWDNcJK8GS8 Sy4manyrG2okoPyvfa
Here 2200 as promised .. in wallet address not Crex24
I'm not sending on exchanges from respect from the coin... Ask the DEv now if they are willing to send them to you ..

Ahahah you are a joke all yourself.
I also have a desktop wallet. I just use a Crex24 account to see if you would really sent coins on it, that's all.

More seriously, theses 2200 XTL just represent about 1 hour of mining...so I don't really care about them (even though the XTL will be $50, it won't be the same Huh)
My question was mainly asked to understand what could have happened, and to understand a little more how things goes.
If tomorrow someone tell me he paids me 1.000.000 XTL and same thing happened, I would like to understand if the guys is ripping me off, or whatever.

If someone can answer me, that would be appreciated. Transaction has been done on March 23, 18h 48min 13sec


PS : I saw that some of you were wrong career, and should have been teachers...so please,do not be too cruel with me, I'm just a french guy trying to understand things.
Ask the pool you were mining .. for details
For Devs on bitcoin talk page 1 . you have space .. copy paste the address in wallet or blank page , the space will show
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April 06, 2018, 12:29:20 PM
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One more question. What is the difference between address and integrated address? Is the Crex24 XTL address integrated? Does it mean that no need to use payment id when i send the coins to the exchange?

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April 06, 2018, 12:53:05 PM
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One more question. What is the difference between address and integrated address? Is the Crex24 XTL address integrated? Does it mean that no need to use payment id when i send the coins to the exchange?

Here what will happen just some of the million problems on Cryptopia , not mine thanks god
"Same problem. I sent ETN from walleto to Cryptopia wallet but forgot to put payment ID, and my coins never arrived to my wallet. I opened a ticket at cryptopia almost 2 weeks ago and still no answer. Can anyone fix this please ? My TICKET NUMBER IS #200542"

Long story short if the payment address ask for payment id make sure you send them with one .If it doesn't its ok, Crex and Ogre do not need , for future exchanges pay attention if they ask for one , they will provide you with one.


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April 06, 2018, 12:56:55 PM
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What's happenin' with https://communitypool.stellite.cash - i have 3 times much more coins in total due than my minimum pay amount?
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April 06, 2018, 01:06:35 PM
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Also experiencing some troubles with communitypool.stellite.cash.

Firstly pool hashrate is double network hashrate.. which seems a little odd.

The pool is mining all blocks in the network (cryptoknight.cc seems to be on a different chain), but share effort is consistently > 100, often much higher.

Is the bugged pool hashrate meaning share effort is being calculated wrong?

And lastly, unpaid balance isn't increasing as blocks mature and no payouts are being made.

TL;DR communitypool.stellite.cash is mining all blocks but payouts/effort calculation seem to be broken.

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April 06, 2018, 01:27:51 PM
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I just got paid from commpool and devpool
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April 06, 2018, 01:35:34 PM
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I also just got paid. The pool UI doesn't seem to be updating correctly.
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April 06, 2018, 01:41:31 PM
Last edit: April 06, 2018, 01:52:42 PM by Miro1764n
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One more question. What is the difference between address and integrated address? Is the Crex24 XTL address integrated? Does it mean that no need to use payment id when i send the coins to the exchange?

Here what will happen just some of the million problems on Cryptopia , not mine thanks god
"Same problem. I sent ETN from walleto to Cryptopia wallet but forgot to put payment ID, and my coins never arrived to my wallet. I opened a ticket at cryptopia almost 2 weeks ago and still no answer. Can anyone fix this please ? My TICKET NUMBER IS #200542"

Long story short if the payment address ask for payment id make sure you send them with one .If it doesn't its ok, Crex and Ogre do not need , for future exchanges pay attention if they ask for one , they will provide you with one.



oк, thanks. And another thing...why is the payment id in gui-wallet every time a new one? They're all mine, and i can use them all, or should i generate it every time i relaunch the wallet? Should i use only the last one?

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April 06, 2018, 02:05:32 PM
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Then my next question becomes, why is it not recommended by pools? Even guides online I do not see it in.
I noticed even the new dev pool does not have it.
I use xmr stak personally and never used or seen anyone that uses Stratum.

I'm pretty sure every pool out there uses stratum these days. When you go to a website, do you really type "http://google.com" every time or do you just type "google.com"?  Smiley All browsers just assume that the protocol is going to be http(s) and so they don't bother the users with the "http://" part and add it automatically. Same thing with modern miners. XMR-STAK does not require you to actually type "stratum+..." because it simply assumes that the protocol is going to be stratum since that's pretty much the standard these days for any pool.
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April 06, 2018, 02:57:33 PM
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8 orphaned blocks on community pool?Huh OMG what is that?
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April 06, 2018, 06:40:09 PM
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April 06, 2018, 07:02:58 PM
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8 orphaned blocks on community pool?Huh OMG what is that?

Yeah. Something seems not right since the update. Going to try mining something else until all issues are fixed. No doubt they will be as the dev team here is great Smiley

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April 06, 2018, 09:41:51 PM
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We need a CCMINER. Smiley

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April 06, 2018, 10:34:40 PM
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Bump in the road great coin and team im sure all problems will be fixed soon and price is going up Grin Grin
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April 07, 2018, 07:53:50 AM
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Then my next question becomes, why is it not recommended by pools? Even guides online I do not see it in.
I noticed even the new dev pool does not have it.
I use xmr stak personally and never used or seen anyone that uses Stratum.

I'm pretty sure every pool out there uses stratum these days. When you go to a website, do you really type "http://google.com" every time or do you just type "google.com"?  Smiley All browsers just assume that the protocol is going to be http(s) and so they don't bother the users with the "http://" part and add it automatically. Same thing with modern miners. XMR-STAK does not require you to actually type "stratum+..." because it simply assumes that the protocol is going to be stratum since that's pretty much the standard these days for any pool.

I missed this post earlier. Thank you, very well explained and it makes sense. If I had a merit, I would give you one.

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