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November 04, 2018, 09:21:35 AM
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I opened the console, typed help
and I didn't see any commands to "resync" or "reindex".

I didn't see any commands remotely close to that.
Please advise what command I would type in console, or what I would delete
out of the appdata/roaming/ozziecoin
directory to make the wallet resync.

I'll try that sunday night. If it doesn't work, I'll spend some more time on it
and give you info out of the transactions.

For your info though, those coins weren't orphaned. i was mining on aikapool.com.
Eventually, they showed up as 100% confirmed, and were moved into my available balance
on there. Only then was I able to withdraw them to my desktop wallet.

My desktop wallet was fully in sync with the blockchain at the time, and I'm running
the current version that shows under the help/about button it says v0.9.1.4-g47892b4-beta

I'm sure that's current. Once the new wallet is released, I'll upgrade to that.

I know of AikaPool - good pool and good guy ...

AikaPool seem to be on the same chain also, so better to resync.

In the /ozziecoin directory ...

- Close the OZC wallet.
- Delete all files and directories (including the blockchain) except for the ozziecoin.conf (if you have one) and the wallet.dat. The wallet.dat file IS your wallet and contains ALL the coins you have. So even make a backup of that file as a precautionary step (copy wallet.dat to wallet.dat.bak or a filename you would use).
- Reopen the OZC wallet and let it sync from the beginning again.

At first your wallet may show a zero amount of OZC, but that will populate as the blockchain is downloaded and the wallet.dat is read for the transactions.

A full sync may take many hours to complete, so be patient and leave the wallet open on the desktop (assuming you have windows from the location of the OZC folder).

See what happens and what shows up after it is in full sync with the network.

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November 04, 2018, 09:36:40 AM
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Before I head out for the night, here are all of the transaction IDs that are showing up with a ? in my wallet:

Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 11/3/2018 00:02
From: unknown
To: oJSNLnifD9YM7JbhrLQrkZbf14kyypu7Wh (own address)
Credit: 3627.78072 OZC
Net amount: +3627.78072 OZC
Transaction ID: 797551424e00f2137b1707da0037b0fdf6e8af763a50e2e69fffe20d55e05787


Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 10/15/2018 16:18
From: unknown
To: oJSNLnifD9YM7JbhrLQrkZbf14kyypu7Wh (own address)
Credit: 0.20428 OZC
Net amount: +0.20428 OZC
Transaction ID: f43cab3cb0a7a3137b5163ea4ea9368fc237ba85c21d6a7d366bae3008b4a209

Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 10/15/2018 16:16
From: unknown
To: oJSNLnifD9YM7JbhrLQrkZbf14kyypu7Wh (own address)
Credit: 0.81713 OZC
Net amount: +0.81713 OZC
Transaction ID: 7f0302f967469792eca3066a940bfc0fe90a7f765b0a61588f97279d6cdeda80

Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 11/2/2018 11:30
From: unknown
To: oJSNLnifD9YM7JbhrLQrkZbf14kyypu7Wh (own address)
Credit: 62500.00 OZC
Net amount: +62500.00 OZC
Transaction ID: 1b785fd9a5402847eb97c337b26976f83226a244cb0422e214de8be993eb3163


Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 11/2/2018 11:30
From: unknown
To: oJSNLnifD9YM7JbhrLQrkZbf14kyypu7Wh (own address)
Credit: 49936.84171 OZC
Net amount: +49936.84171 OZC
Transaction ID: 526a6bc89ea31d828f7ce00e3173e8fcf5d642a705021a8e05730c83c12ce5fc


Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 11/1/2018 10:46
From: unknown
To: oJSNLnifD9YM7JbhrLQrkZbf14kyypu7Wh (own address)
Credit: 17477.71158 OZC
Net amount: +17477.71158 OZC
Transaction ID: 86e8df5aa49903d5c77b885dbb3841d53f6b5ff10c8dbb0ee3f78e43f69dd933


Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 11/1/2018 10:46
From: unknown
To: oJSNLnifD9YM7JbhrLQrkZbf14kyypu7Wh (own address)
Credit: 62500.00 OZC
Net amount: +62500.00 OZC
Transaction ID: 753371b67292f58a3495515912ed78855bca2bbd3ac72b7a43d61abd36bd8285


Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 11/1/2018 10:46
From: unknown
To: oJSNLnifD9YM7JbhrLQrkZbf14kyypu7Wh (own address)
Credit: 62500.00 OZC
Net amount: +62500.00 OZC
Transaction ID: 9c0e5e47e4a393da5c59fd296935df4991bf035098a88cf5150ba29df3039bae


Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 10/31/2018 10:42
From: unknown
To: oJSNLnifD9YM7JbhrLQrkZbf14kyypu7Wh (own address)
Credit: 49162.98967 OZC
Net amount: +49162.98967 OZC
Transaction ID: 6a61cf29d38638c06f16f8cfb8ae6ca3598d14fff87524c4b8210f3620abfeba


Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 10/15/2018 16:16
From: unknown
To: oJSNLnifD9YM7JbhrLQrkZbf14kyypu7Wh (own address)
Credit: 3.26852 OZC
Net amount: +3.26852 OZC
Transaction ID: 4d2e5087b7952c042c1538a08ee39abb4196cc73e332d8a987b226808a30a6d1


Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 10/15/2018 17:09
From: unknown
To: oJSNLnifD9YM7JbhrLQrkZbf14kyypu7Wh (own address)
Credit: 0.01277 OZC
Net amount: +0.01277 OZC
Transaction ID: 370b8753bb41af8c9a4a889a54d7807020bb39133d224ef289431be52e3c5ef8


Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 10/15/2018 16:46
From: unknown
To: oJSNLnifD9YM7JbhrLQrkZbf14kyypu7Wh (own address)
Credit: 0.02554 OZC
Net amount: +0.02554 OZC
Transaction ID: 5e5d9bc59f3162f0df7edbe1f948182e8337ebae792d8310c3a37d043bde15ab


Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 10/15/2018 16:25
From: unknown
To: oJSNLnifD9YM7JbhrLQrkZbf14kyypu7Wh (own address)
Credit: 0.10214 OZC
Net amount: +0.10214 OZC
Transaction ID: 04a25e8bb691af98b40ff3d3da18bb47623cc3a9fe119b4a8c99341f7cc872f4





Are these the transaction ID's of the pool? ...

If so, they will not show on the block explorer here - https://chainz.cryptoid.info/ozc/. I have checked against the block explorer and they are not found at all.

It is a possibility they were orphaned and your wallet has yet to show anything due to the resync, but wait till the sync finishes, and then have a look at what the wallet shows.

I have started a daemon in console (linux - Fedora 29 x64) and the details below are current and correct as of time of writing this post.

Code:
{
    "version" : 90104,
    "protocolversion" : 70004,
    "walletversion" : 60000,
    "balance" : 6.00000,
    "blocks" : 826911,
    "timeoffset" : 0,
    "connections" : 5,
    "proxy" : "",
    "difficulty" : 1025.19893,
    "testnet" : false,
    "keypoololdest" : 1462256894,
    "keypoolsize" : 101,
    "paytxfee" : 0.00000,
    "mininput" : 0.01000,
    "unlocked_until" : 0,
    "errors" : "Warning: This version is obsolete, upgrade required!"
}

So as you can see that the version and protocol version is the same, though the wallet itself should have come from our links here - https://mega.nz/#!sMFE0SbD!t_ZudzddepRGHP5SxDr6P7CNbmKuNE8EdAUQjrY483s

The warning of the version of wallet being obsolete is valid, but not mandatory upgrade warning just yet. We are about to test on this same version daemon on the official pool to see what will happen to our coins when we test this.

We have started the process of redevelopment using the latest fork of BTC core code in our CWI-Git, and will post soon regarding the plans we are about to develop into the coin.

When your wallet syncs, let us know what has happened to those transactions, as they do not seem to be on the block explorer currently.

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November 06, 2018, 06:27:00 PM
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I performed the resync on the wallet as you said to.
after it completed, it's still showing 307,709 OZC unconfirmed.

Those transaction details I posted above were copied/pasted directly from the
transactions tab in my wallet.
I went back on aikapool, under my account transactions, and those trans id's match
what is showing up on my wallet.

I clicked on all of the trans ids in the link on aikapool, and it took me to the ozziecoin explorer
but showed no data.

Is it possible aikapool screwed me (on purpose, or not on purpose) when they sent these coins out?

What is your next suggested step?
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I performed the resync on the wallet as you said to.
after it completed, it's still showing 307,709 OZC unconfirmed.

Those transaction details I posted above were copied/pasted directly from the
transactions tab in my wallet.
I went back on aikapool, under my account transactions, and those trans id's match
what is showing up on my wallet.

I clicked on all of the trans ids in the link on aikapool, and it took me to the ozziecoin explorer
but showed no data.

Is it possible aikapool screwed me (on purpose, or not on purpose) when they sent these coins out?

What is your next suggested step?

AikaPool in the sly? I highly doubt it ...

The owner of AikaPool has been around for a long time and has never caught my eye in doing anything in a malicious way. I even mined with AikaPool way back when I first started. One of the nicer pools out there in my opinion.

No - I am convinced it is not AikaPool doing anything in anyway malicious. It is more likely to be the current wallets doing what they always did, but on a newer blockchain. V4 Blocks (among other things) have been prematurely activated on the chain and in doing so, means that the older wallets' ways of performing actions (like transfers) are outdated. Not invalidated, just outdated. Such as having much lower Transaction Fess to the network per transaction, forcing the confirmations to take a much longer time to be confirmed, let alone recognised by the network.

We are working on an updated wallet here - https://github.com/chainworksindustries/OZC/ - which will bring into effect a number of things including V4 Blocks, SegWit, Logo/OZC Branding change and a few others, based on the latest BTC BaseCode. This will be the maintenance-release of OZC which will be the basis for the preparation of the HardFork to the latest OZC wallet we have in the pipeline.

Also one of the main reasons for intentionally allowing the sale of the majority of the long held coins, to enter the market at a very low 1sat, 3sat and 7sat level on Cryptopia. The result is two fold.

1 - It allows a very low entry level for the purchase of a large sum of OZC to be purchased at a low price, for those that WANT to be ready for the MasterNode inclusion when the HardFork is finalized.
2 - Allows for some funding to occur in the process for the further development of OZC, and the future development for theTEAM at CWI as well.

Mining will be back to normal when the new code is released in the coming days, and will be under similar parameters, apart from the a few that we are still finalizing (possibly halving starting at block 1Million, among others). A post was made on the CWI Discord OZC Channel regarding such issues. Copied below from my Discord connection (so times and dates may vary).

Code:
HashUnlimited | Yesterday at 3:36 AM
if somebody got unconfirmed transactions in their wallet, just wait or issue a resendwallettransactions command. I've seen old wallets are using ultra low fees and now adjusted the pool to accept those.

If you have access to Discord, please check there regularly, or wait till the full updates here, as we will try and sync both posts on Discord and BCT. So it seems the coins are not lost. When the new wallet is published soon, we should see things working a lot better. We will also post soon regarding the updates, and suspend mining on the Pyroxene (theMINE) also.

So currently, the BEST suggestion we can give is simply LEAVE THE COINS WHERE THEY ARE, and do not transfer them anywhere until we release this latest wallet - the maintenance-release. Allow a few days to get the code sorted, then the wallets.

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November 13, 2018, 07:11:30 AM
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### CWI-COINS - OZZIECOIN

Hi All ...

As many of you are aware, we have been working on the rebase of the OZC code and have now reached a stable level of the development.

This stage of the development is still the testing phase, but is stable enough to be considered a mandatory update for those that are wishing to start moving their coins about again. This of course should only happen when ALL areas are updated to the latest codebase, before the HardFork destined to bring about the new Algo, MasterNodes and (possibly) PoS, as we are still up in the air about adding PoS facility when MasterNodes are being included as well. As we get closer to the HardFork, we will determine what needs to be done.

What this new codebase brings forward are MANY advancements that come with the upgrade to the latest BTC Core CodeBase (0.17.99.0) including SegWit, V4 Blocks and (soon, via a future SoftFork) the halving of the coin emission per block, to name a few.

The Release Candidate 2 (RC2) of OZC is located here for Windows and OSX - https://github.com/chainworksindustries/ozc/releases/

For those with different flavours of Linux, please clone and compile from the 0.17 'stable' branch of the CodeBase here - https://github.com/chainworksindustries/ozc/

Code:
git clone https://github.com/chainworksindustries/ozc.git
cd ozc
git checkout 0.17
./autogen.sh && ./configure && make

Of course change the steps as desired for your version of Linux, as the above steps are a guideline only, remembering that the 'master branch' is the developmental branch and NOT for use in the production environments. The above process has compiled successfully in a few flavours of Linux without modification as long as all the development dependencies are installed, including QT5 development libraries if you want a GUI for the wallet.

PLEASE NOTE - that in order to transfer coins to and from wallets, it is imperative that the wallet you are sending TO is also on the same update of OZC RC2 as a minimum prerequisite. Especially in terms of transfers to and from Cryptopia Exchange (the ONLY Exchange we advise using at all - https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Exchange/?market=OZC_BTC). As of writing, Cryptopia has been sent an email regarding a number of changes, including the OZC update, so please be patient with us and be patient with the the time taken for Cryptopia to update to the latest wallet. For the time being, please DO NOT transfer coins to and from wallets unless you are CERTAIN they are on the same wallet update of minimum OZC RC2.

On a future point/note - we have been approached a number of times regarding the specs of the upcoming MasterNodes, especially regarding the amount that 'should' be held for MasterNode operation. We have discussed this and will continue to do discuss as we progress through the development, but as we see it so far, we would like to have a number of MasterNodes in the OZC network without flooding the network with MasterNodes, but also make them 'reasonably priced' enough for the 'everyday' person to be able to create a MasterNode or three without 'breaking the bank', as it were. Figures of 250KOZC or 700KOZC (and possibly above) are being considered. Whatever the figures we choose, it will be for the balance between a decent number of MasterNodes, and a 'reasonable' price level to purchase of coins so that everyone has a chance at owning at least one MasterNode. We understand that which ever way we decide with this, it will be for the benefit of the OZC network, and as such, is the main reason the large number of coins have been placed in 1sat, 3sat and 7sat sell walls in Cryptopia currently.

As mentioned many a time prior, the reason for this sale is two fold, being both the community (getting coins 'cheaply' at the lower end of the price scale) as well as the short term funding for the development team to continue with the development of all our projects. OZC development being the first step of course. Please do go ahead and update the wallet for the time being, and we hope to see the newer versions appear in the network list soon We look forward to getting more work done for the HardFork to go smooth when the time comes about, which we are hoping will be the very near future.

Keep an eye out for updates as they come through.

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Any news on a packaged Linux image for this wallet? Would be useful... cba to build from source atm to test an online faucet.

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Any news on a packaged Linux image for this wallet? Would be useful... cba to build from source atm to test an online faucet.

Compiles are the same format as the BTC compiles ...

So if you can compile the latest BTC Core code, you will be able to with OZC as well. The online Faucet that we officially support is already set, though if you have one in the works, let us know and we will look over what you are doing and help all we can in that area, if we can of course.

The Linux packages were not readily distributed purely because of the wide scope of distributions that are available, and the versions of binaries that can be created.

If there are ones that you require AND if we can create them, we will. Currently there are both Debian based, Fedora based and CentOS based binaries that we can immediately place for download. Let us know what you you would prefer, and we will do our best to cater to the different flavours of Linux.

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Cryptopia is delinting OZC coin, I also check YoBit exchange deposit wallet on YoBit is not working. So which solutions we have with our OZC coins on Cryptopia? Where we can transfer them until better days?

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Hi. Removing OZC coin from cryptopia exchange. I have my OZC balance of close to 1.5 million. What will happen to this money? Which wallet should I put this in? How do I sell this OZC coin?
Which wallet will I send the OZC coin to?
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Hi. Removing OZC coin from cryptopia exchange. I have my OZC balance of close to 1.5 million. What will happen to this money? Which wallet should I put this in? How do I sell this OZC coin?
Which wallet will I send the OZC coin to?

Please do NOT send anything out of Cryptopia ...

At least not until they have updated the wallet to the latest version, which is the latest basecode V0.17.99.0

Once they update, the new wallet should be fully functional on the newest network protocol version, and will have no issues with sending out your coins to your wallet, which should also be the new wallet version. Please do NOT use the old wallets, as this will become an issue with sending and receiving of OZC.

We do not know the reason why Cryptopia are delisting both OZC and INFX, but they have mentioned that this is something they do not take lightly. In the few years our coins have been on Cryptopia, we have have VERY little issue, if at all with the exchange, and the service behind the Exchange. In fact, cryptopia have been FAR better than the 'other' bigger Exchange, that treated us like nothing more than garbage when they got very big. At the very least we have been on Cryptopia for a few years now, with GRN, OZC and INFX, and so far remains one of the best exchanges we have experienced to date.

We shall continue to develop OZC further, and with the solid basecode that OZC will ultimately have, will rebase all our coins with that basecode.

Now we need to look for an exchange that will allow us to setup 'home' for our coins, and become the foundation for the growth of the developments coming in the year ahead. Especially the integration of all our coins into the Master Coin/Wallet that we have planned for next year.

So sit tight, Cryptopia will do their bit as they always have, and remove all your coins to the new wallets that you can download from github for Windows and OSX, and await the next Exchange we deem to be our new trade place.

Thanks.

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Hi. Removing OZC coin from cryptopia exchange. I have my OZC balance of close to 1.5 million. What will happen to this money? Which wallet should I put this in? How do I sell this OZC coin?
Which wallet will I send the OZC coin to?

Please do NOT send anything out of Cryptopia ...

At least not until they have updated the wallet to the latest version, which is the latest basecode V0.17.99.0

Once they update, the new wallet should be fully functional on the newest network protocol version, and will have no issues with sending out your coins to your wallet, which should also be the new wallet version. Please do NOT use the old wallets, as this will become an issue with sending and receiving of OZC.

We do not know the reason why Cryptopia are delisting both OZC and INFX, but they have mentioned that this is something they do not take lightly. In the few years our coins have been on Cryptopia, we have have VERY little issue, if at all with the exchange, and the service behind the Exchange. In fact, cryptopia have been FAR better than the 'other' bigger Exchange, that treated us like nothing more than garbage when they got very big. At the very least we have been on Cryptopia for a few years now, with GRN, OZC and INFX, and so far remains one of the best exchanges we have experienced to date.

We shall continue to develop OZC further, and with the solid basecode that OZC will ultimately have, will rebase all our coins with that basecode.

Now we need to look for an exchange that will allow us to setup 'home' for our coins, and become the foundation for the growth of the developments coming in the year ahead. Especially the integration of all our coins into the Master Coin/Wallet that we have planned for next year.

So sit tight, Cryptopia will do their bit as they always have, and remove all your coins to the new wallets that you can download from github for Windows and OSX, and await the next Exchange we deem to be our new trade place.

Thanks.

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Okay #crysx. In that case, I will keep my coins in Cryptopia. My OZC coins will remain there until I update the Cryptopia wallet. I look forward to developments.
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November 28, 2018, 11:37:08 AM
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Hi. Removing OZC coin from cryptopia exchange. I have my OZC balance of close to 1.5 million. What will happen to this money? Which wallet should I put this in? How do I sell this OZC coin?
Which wallet will I send the OZC coin to?

Please do NOT send anything out of Cryptopia ...

At least not until they have updated the wallet to the latest version, which is the latest basecode V0.17.99.0

Once they update, the new wallet should be fully functional on the newest network protocol version, and will have no issues with sending out your coins to your wallet, which should also be the new wallet version. Please do NOT use the old wallets, as this will become an issue with sending and receiving of OZC.

We do not know the reason why Cryptopia are delisting both OZC and INFX, but they have mentioned that this is something they do not take lightly. In the few years our coins have been on Cryptopia, we have have VERY little issue, if at all with the exchange, and the service behind the Exchange. In fact, cryptopia have been FAR better than the 'other' bigger Exchange, that treated us like nothing more than garbage when they got very big. At the very least we have been on Cryptopia for a few years now, with GRN, OZC and INFX, and so far remains one of the best exchanges we have experienced to date.

We shall continue to develop OZC further, and with the solid basecode that OZC will ultimately have, will rebase all our coins with that basecode.

Now we need to look for an exchange that will allow us to setup 'home' for our coins, and become the foundation for the growth of the developments coming in the year ahead. Especially the integration of all our coins into the Master Coin/Wallet that we have planned for next year.

So sit tight, Cryptopia will do their bit as they always have, and remove all your coins to the new wallets that you can download from github for Windows and OSX, and await the next Exchange we deem to be our new trade place.

Thanks.

#crysx

Okay #crysx. In that case, I will keep my coins in Cryptopia. My OZC coins will remain there until I update the Cryptopia wallet. I look forward to developments.

Thanks ...

Even in the delisting, Cryptopia are courteous and helpful, and are striving to do what needs to be done to make this a smooth transition.

Patience!

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November 29, 2018, 04:41:02 AM
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,,,, Cryptopia are delisting this due to a possible SECURITY ISSUE of stealing bitcoins .?

please explain ?
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November 29, 2018, 10:37:41 AM
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,,,, Cryptopia are delisting this due to a possible SECURITY ISSUE of stealing bitcoins .?

please explain ?

Explain what? ...

What you wrote there? Nothing to explain as Cryptopia have not published any reason why they are delisting except to send us (and anyone asking in support) a link to their delisting and coins policy.

So no - we will NOT explain that statement considering you lucked that out of somewhere, to insinuate that something is going on in a underhanded way. It isn't! Cryptopia are delisting more than 70 coins in the last few weeks and they have every right to. It is THEIR exchange and they seem to be culling all the low cap coins, which ours are part of. It is what happens when you corporatize the policies, and HAVE to abide by regulation from the Governments.

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November 30, 2018, 09:12:36 AM
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,,,, Cryptopia are delisting this due to a possible SECURITY ISSUE of stealing bitcoins .?

please explain ?

Deleted ...

Your response is uncalled for and unfounded, based on garbage and the lack of knowledge of the project. We have been around for a LONG time and I will NEVER tolerate that sort of response from you or any one esle.

Respond in a civil manner, or go elsewhere to post the verbal diarrhea that you just spewed.

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November 30, 2018, 09:13:05 AM
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### CWI-PYROXENE (theMINE) - MPOS BRANCH

Hi All ...

VERY important update here for the miners - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3829887.msg48343202#msg48343202

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November 30, 2018, 08:25:56 PM
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,,,, Cryptopia are delisting this due to a possible SECURITY ISSUE of stealing bitcoins .?

please explain ?

Deleted ...

Your response is uncalled for and unfounded, based on garbage and the lack of knowledge of the project. We have been around for a LONG time and I will NEVER tolerate that sort of response from you or any one esle.

Respond in a civil manner, or go elsewhere to post the verbal diarrhea that you just spewed.

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.... the only verbal diarrhoea is off your fingers to your input device . you did say you  were in Australia ?
have you heard of these guys .... https://www.acorn.gov.au/ ....

they watch people like you .

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December 01, 2018, 05:19:22 AM
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Please do NOT send anything out of Cryptopia ...

At least not until they have updated the wallet to the latest version, which is the latest basecode V0.17.99.0

Once they update, the new wallet should be fully functional on the newest network protocol version, and will have no issues with sending out your coins to your wallet, which should also be the new wallet version. Please do NOT use the old wallets, as this will become an issue with sending and receiving of OZC.

We do not know the reason why Cryptopia are delisting both OZC and INFX, but they have mentioned that this is something they do not take lightly. In the few years our coins have been on Cryptopia, we have have VERY little issue, if at all with the exchange, and the service behind the Exchange. In fact, cryptopia have been FAR better than the 'other' bigger Exchange, that treated us like nothing more than garbage when they got very big. At the very least we have been on Cryptopia for a few years now, with GRN, OZC and INFX, and so far remains one of the best exchanges we have experienced to date.

We shall continue to develop OZC further, and with the solid basecode that OZC will ultimately have, will rebase all our coins with that basecode.

Now we need to look for an exchange that will allow us to setup 'home' for our coins, and become the foundation for the growth of the developments coming in the year ahead. Especially the integration of all our coins into the Master Coin/Wallet that we have planned for next year.

So sit tight, Cryptopia will do their bit as they always have, and remove all your coins to the new wallets that you can download from github for Windows and OSX, and await the next Exchange we deem to be our new trade place.

Thanks.

#crysx

YoBit.Net is in the alternative exchange that is available for OZC, but depositing OZC to this exchange is not available now.

What is your plan for the next home exchange for OZC?
Is there any online wallet that we could keep our coins there safely?
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December 01, 2018, 06:03:16 AM
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,,,, Cryptopia are delisting this due to a possible SECURITY ISSUE of stealing bitcoins .?

please explain ?

Deleted ...

Your response is uncalled for and unfounded, based on garbage and the lack of knowledge of the project. We have been around for a LONG time and I will NEVER tolerate that sort of response from you or any one esle.

Respond in a civil manner, or go elsewhere to post the verbal diarrhea that you just spewed.

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.... the only verbal diarrhoea is off your fingers to your input device . you did say you  were in Australia ?
have you heard of these guys .... https://www.acorn.gov.au/ ....

they watch people like you .

.....

ACORN - what a great company ...

Funny how we are not even on their radar don't you think, when you cry scam everywhere you go.

I have NO remorse for people like yourself that have absolutely NO IDEA about the history of a project, what has been created and what has not, what the core value of the team behind AND the company behind the projects are, and the PEOPLE behind that all. You direct your attack on my person? Then I challenge you to 'dig up dirt' by contacting ACORN and place a complaint. Let THEM do the research YOU are supposed to be doing, but so lazy to.

We have covered (in so many ways, and so many times) the process we acquired the project, what has happened (which is almost nothing up until a month ago), and what is happening to not only this project, but all the others we have in our project list. Your inherent lack of thought, and research acumen goes far beyond lazy. It touches on the realm of stupidity, such that it makes no sense that a veiled threat of the mention of ACORN would even move us (let alone me personally), a millimeter off our seats.

Yes, I am personally situated in Australia, as is the COMPANY you are referring to. ChainWorks Industries Pty Ltd. go ahead, look it up and see who I am and THEN go and complain to ACORN about us doing nothing but being transparent AND law abiding, under Australian jurisdiction. See how far you get with you incessant bleating of wrongdoing. It won't stick. We have been above board ALL the way here, in ALL we do and ALL we decide to do. Nothing underhanded and certainly not illegal, hence the reason the company was born.

Just because YOU are too damned lazy to research the project and coin, is of no consequence to me or us.

So please, go right ahead and place your complaints to ANY legal entity here in Australia. You will find at your cost and irreverence, that not only will you be wasting your time, but we are actually one of the SOLID entities in this CryptoIndustry that is wrought with scammers and thieves, and are here in Australia ... to stay!

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December 01, 2018, 06:17:53 AM
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Please do NOT send anything out of Cryptopia ...

At least not until they have updated the wallet to the latest version, which is the latest basecode V0.17.99.0

Once they update, the new wallet should be fully functional on the newest network protocol version, and will have no issues with sending out your coins to your wallet, which should also be the new wallet version. Please do NOT use the old wallets, as this will become an issue with sending and receiving of OZC.

We do not know the reason why Cryptopia are delisting both OZC and INFX, but they have mentioned that this is something they do not take lightly. In the few years our coins have been on Cryptopia, we have have VERY little issue, if at all with the exchange, and the service behind the Exchange. In fact, cryptopia have been FAR better than the 'other' bigger Exchange, that treated us like nothing more than garbage when they got very big. At the very least we have been on Cryptopia for a few years now, with GRN, OZC and INFX, and so far remains one of the best exchanges we have experienced to date.

We shall continue to develop OZC further, and with the solid basecode that OZC will ultimately have, will rebase all our coins with that basecode.

Now we need to look for an exchange that will allow us to setup 'home' for our coins, and become the foundation for the growth of the developments coming in the year ahead. Especially the integration of all our coins into the Master Coin/Wallet that we have planned for next year.

So sit tight, Cryptopia will do their bit as they always have, and remove all your coins to the new wallets that you can download from github for Windows and OSX, and await the next Exchange we deem to be our new trade place.

Thanks.

#crysx

YoBit.Net is in the alternative exchange that is available for OZC, but depositing OZC to this exchange is not available now.

What is your plan for the next home exchange for OZC?
Is there any online wallet that we could keep our coins there safely?

Yobit is NOT an alternative exchange ...

PLEASE stay away from these scumbags. What you do with them is at your own risk.

Yobit themselves have no sense of honesty, respect, or business knowledge. They will do what it takes to rip off those people (and developers and development teams) as much as they can. We have not dealt with Yobit for a couple of years now for three main reasons.

1 - They are GREED focused and have no intention on helping ANYONE with wallet issues, unless it is paid for EVERY SINGLE TIME. Even then it takes them MONTHS before they bother.
2 - Backup service is ZERO. They do not respond to emails from official team members, and refuse to acknowledge any form of work and even if they did, takes a LONG time before they react. Cases in point - DRZ has now been 3Years, OZC has now been over 2Years, and INFX is also over 2Years, since requests (many at a time) have been forwarded to this pathetic excuse of an exchange.
3 - The Yobit team (I honestly believe there must be one or two people at most) refuse to act on work required on any of our coins, and CWI is not the only ones suffering and complaining about this lack of service and care.

So if you do decide to use Yobit, you are doing at your OWN risk, and believe me, at your own EXPENSE. You will lose out with this exchange.

We at CWI will categorically state, in no uncertain terms, that we will NOT endorse, nor factor in that this scumbag of a site, will be part of our advertising, commitment to professionalism and stability, nor will they be part of our discussion if we can help it (with certain times like this being the exception).

Please be patient and we will get our coins onto an exchange that is a damned site more reputable (which really isn't difficult when comparing to Yobit), and will start to trade when we have tested the new Exchange thoroughly. Patience is the key. Alternatively, you could join our Discord Group, and trade in our #trade channel as I update all new trades to the Pinned post on that channel regularly.

The day that Yobit cleans their act up, is the day that MOST of the Crypto Market will start to have respect anewed for them. Till then, avoid Yobit like the plague. You have been warned.

#crysx


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