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July 01, 2018, 10:34:52 AM
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Now I´ve deleted everything and re-downloaded the stellite wallet. Current issue is that now when I got the restored wallet open - the daemon does not start. Is only saying "Daemon failed to start" - "Please check your wallet and daemon log for errors. You can also try to start stellited manually.".

So what´s next? What should I do to get things working here?
I think most of the time the daemon fails to start because it's blocked by anti-malware software. What operating system are you using? If it's MS Windows, then add the daemon process to the exclusions list of Windows Defender. Or just temporarily disable Defender completely, just to see whether the daemon starts after that.

I´m on iOS with MacBook Pro. I had no issues to start the daemon in the first time I downloaded the wallet. I´ve tried to start the daemon with and without the firewall. Unfortunately no difference.
Any tips I should try in this case to get it work with Mac?
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July 01, 2018, 11:09:02 AM
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Any tips I should try in this case to get it work with Mac?
The "proper" way to run cryptowallets is inside clean virtual machines, with no other software installed, preferably one VM per wallet (and ideally those machines should only be able to access internet, and not any of the local network hosts). It's probably not the answer you're looking for, but that's how people usually do this when they don't want their coins stolen. My main desktop is running mac os as well, but I haven't ever used that machine to run any wallets so I don't know what kind of problems one might encounter there. I do know that a lot of coin devs can't even build mac os wallets themselves — just looking at the bounties they usually post in the beginning, there's very often "wallet for mac" there (not sure whether it was the case with stellite). So there's a good chance that a lot of mac os wallets out there are not well debugged at least, or even worse. Thus it's better to stick with windows or linux versions. You can get yourself a windows/linux virtual machine running in 15 minutes, plenty of options out there (I think mac os has some kind of native vm environment for windows called "parallels", although I've never used it myself, vmware is my main choice, but there's also virtualbox and more). For cryptonight cli wallets I usually use linux (ubuntu works just fine), but windows will do as well.

So that's the only tip I can give — run a linux/windows wallet in a virtual machine. It'll take some googling, of course, if you don't have any virtualization experience, but it's a useful skill to have.
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July 01, 2018, 03:07:45 PM
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XMRig on Windows (CPU) set up no problem at all (Version 2.6.2).

Question, though, does XMR-STAK on Linux support this coin ?

I already have XMR-STAK compiled on 29 machines doing XMR right now... would be easier if I could just change the configs. Thinking I will bring them on Monday... ~58 kH or so.

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July 01, 2018, 03:23:17 PM
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XMRig on Windows (CPU) set up no problem at all (Version 2.6.2).

Question, though, does XMR-STAK on Linux support this coin ?

I already have XMR-STAK compiled on 29 machines doing XMR right now... would be easier if I could just change the configs. Thinking I will bring them on Monday... ~58 kH or so.


newest XMR-STAK supports it.

https://github.com/fireice-uk/xmr-stak/releases

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July 01, 2018, 03:42:07 PM
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July 01, 2018, 06:49:58 PM
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Any tips I should try in this case to get it work with Mac?
The "proper" way to run cryptowallets is inside clean virtual machines, with no other software installed, preferably one VM per wallet (and ideally those machines should only be able to access internet, and not any of the local network hosts). It's probably not the answer you're looking for, but that's how people usually do this when they don't want their coins stolen. My main desktop is running mac os as well, but I haven't ever used that machine to run any wallets so I don't know what kind of problems one might encounter there. I do know that a lot of coin devs can't even build mac os wallets themselves — just looking at the bounties they usually post in the beginning, there's very often "wallet for mac" there (not sure whether it was the case with stellite). So there's a good chance that a lot of mac os wallets out there are not well debugged at least, or even worse. Thus it's better to stick with windows or linux versions. You can get yourself a windows/linux virtual machine running in 15 minutes, plenty of options out there (I think mac os has some kind of native vm environment for windows called "parallels", although I've never used it myself, vmware is my main choice, but there's also virtualbox and more). For cryptonight cli wallets I usually use linux (ubuntu works just fine), but windows will do as well.

So that's the only tip I can give — run a linux/windows wallet in a virtual machine. It'll take some googling, of course, if you don't have any virtualization experience, but it's a useful skill to have.

Thanks for the answer. I really appreciate it, do not get me wrong.

I know I have not got any coins stolen. There´s just an issue with Stellite-wallet since the wallet is not in sync with the current blockchain status.
If Stellite (or cryptocurrencies overall) would like to go viral (and "to the moon") it would mean that solutions and wallets should be rather easy to use.  Also if/when coins like Stellite is offering Mac-wallet  - it would be more than appreciated to offer a wallet which would work. OR if it is not working - please offer solution to fix it. Please Stellite?

I would highly appreciate if there would be a solution for me to get the wallet working with Mac.

OR offer some kind a workaround --> E.g. As a workaround - would it be possible to restore my GUI-wallet with Windows/Linux by using the current security phrazes?
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July 01, 2018, 06:57:10 PM
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As a workaround - would it be possible to restore my GUI-wallet with Windows/Linux by using the current security phrazes?
Yeah, I'm pretty sure that OS is irrelevant for mnemonic seeds, they don't care whether it's Mac OS or Windows/Linux, so you can restore your wallet anywhere you want. I'd also suggest using cli-wallets for cryptonight coins, they're less buggy in general.
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July 01, 2018, 11:09:41 PM
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XMRig on Windows (CPU) set up no problem at all (Version 2.6.2).

Question, though, does XMR-STAK on Linux support this coin ?

I already have XMR-STAK compiled on 29 machines doing XMR right now... would be easier if I could just change the configs. Thinking I will bring them on Monday... ~58 kH or so.


newest XMR-STAK supports it.

https://github.com/fireice-uk/xmr-stak/releases

Thanks -- looks like I will need to re-compile to the newest version =)

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July 02, 2018, 08:49:33 AM
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Stellite Mining Pool
Dedicated Server
Low Latency and Stable Latency
Asia Node (Singapore and Japan Location)
Ping test : 45.32.99.19 (Singapore) | 45.32.52.196 (Japan)
Pool URL : https://stellite.miningpool.id
All Pool URL + Uptime Status : https://miningpool.id
Pool Fee : 0.2%

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July 02, 2018, 12:50:06 PM
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Are there difficulty over time graphs available for this coin ?

Just out of curiosity... I enjoy that stuff.

Started mining yesterday =)

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July 02, 2018, 02:50:08 PM
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Are there difficulty over time graphs available for this coin ?

Just out of curiosity... I enjoy that stuff.

Started mining yesterday =)
No idea how accurate this is, but: https://www.difficultychart.com/stellite

Also, for the last month there is always the trusty hashvault graphs: https://stellite.hashvault.pro/en/#!/

Have fun mining, big dog! Smiley
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July 03, 2018, 09:45:35 AM
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Are there difficulty over time graphs available for this coin ?

Just out of curiosity... I enjoy that stuff.

Started mining yesterday =)
No idea how accurate this is, but: https://www.difficultychart.com/stellite

Also, for the last month there is always the trusty hashvault graphs: https://stellite.hashvault.pro/en/#!/

Have fun mining, big dog! Smiley

I wish the project success.
I will stay tuned.
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July 03, 2018, 12:09:12 PM
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Are there difficulty over time graphs available for this coin ?

Just out of curiosity... I enjoy that stuff.

Started mining yesterday =)

No idea how accurate this is, but: https://www.difficultychart.com/stellite

Also, for the last month there is always the trusty hashvault graphs: https://stellite.hashvault.pro/en/#!/

Have fun mining, big dog! Smiley

Thanks for the links! =)

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July 04, 2018, 02:50:13 AM
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So this seems like a nice project... got a little impatient and bought in a nice sized bag by trading in my remaining mined XMR... in addition to starting mining.

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July 04, 2018, 02:56:10 AM
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Stellite is an electronic currency that has privacy and security. Special means to exploit this coin are very common. At the same time, security features, fast speeds and low fees are advantages to Stellite competition and development.
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July 04, 2018, 12:25:56 PM
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July 04, 2018, 04:42:02 PM
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Why this coin is losting your market share?
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July 04, 2018, 05:24:50 PM
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sent coins they never appeared, rescanned block chain and now the coins are gone and still noting on exchange end. TX id shows sucessfully processed.
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July 05, 2018, 10:40:49 AM
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sent coins they never appeared, rescanned block chain and now the coins are gone and still noting on exchange end. TX id shows sucessfully processed.

You probably made a mistake somewhere. Network was a bit slow yesterday but now it seems ok. Did 3 transfers myself and no issues.
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July 06, 2018, 06:33:00 PM
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Tradeogre has put the stellite wallet (and quite a few other wallets) into "maintenance". I asked tradeogre admin why and when it'll work again, and he said "it will be in maintenance until they fix their software". I suppose stellite devs know what fix he's talking about, but I don't - can anyone explain what exactly needs to be fixed?
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