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Author Topic: Qwertycoin - Safe. Simple. Secure. CPU/GPU/ASIC [CryptoNight] Mobile Wallet  (Read 40518 times)
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March 21, 2018, 08:58:22 AM
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My wallet is compromised but I cannot transfer the funds to another address. Transaction size is too big. Even 250 QWERTY is too big. The hacker has no problems emptying my wallet. Another 250K gone.

Why can't I get a simple answer how to transfer the remaining coins to another wallet?
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March 21, 2018, 09:19:10 AM
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My wallet is compromised but I cannot transfer the funds to another address. Transaction size is too big. Even 250 QWERTY is too big. The hacker has no problems emptying my wallet. Another 250K gone.

Why can't I get a simple answer how to transfer the remaining coins to another wallet?

Sad to hear you got hacked. Sending is easy, just write the deposit address, choose PaymentID (if to exchange), put some fee and choose anonymity level.

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March 21, 2018, 09:40:24 AM
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Transaction size too big message pops up when I try to sent coins. Even 250 coins is too much. I'm giving up.
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March 21, 2018, 10:02:22 AM
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Transaction size too big message pops up when I try to sent coins. Even 250 coins is too much. I'm giving up.
What anonymity level have you choosed?
Put it to 0

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March 21, 2018, 10:22:40 AM
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Transaction size too big message pops up when I try to sent coins. Even 250 coins is too much. I'm giving up.
What anonymity level have you choosed?
Put it to 0

That did not help either.
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March 21, 2018, 11:26:15 AM
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My wallet is compromised but I cannot transfer the funds to another address. Transaction size is too big. Even 250 QWERTY is too big. The hacker has no problems emptying my wallet. Another 250K gone.

Why can't I get a simple answer how to transfer the remaining coins to another wallet?

We had give your this simple answer: Transfer your Coins to another Wallet and do not give your Keys away!.
You can transfer >250k Coins per Transaction. If you get this Error "Transaction size is too big" than try it again.. and again!

But create your new Wallet on a fresh PC not on your malicious Computer. Your wallet is not hacked, your Computer is hacked or you gave your Keys to 3rd Person, and to the wrong Person. When you use Desktop Wallet type your new Address, set Amount to maybe 25,000 Mixint Count 0 and smash the Enter Button. If you get this Error you can tap on Enter again and again.

This is an Issue which solved on Height 40,000. Or use the CLI Wallet with this you can send more Transactions.

Make a Textfile with many of these Lines:
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transfer 0 ADDRESS 20000
transfer 0 ADDRESS 20000
....

And paste all of these Lines (CTRL A, CTRL C) in your Simplewallet Terminal.

Try out the new Qwertycoin web wallet here: myqwertycoin.com (https://myqwertycoin.com/)
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March 21, 2018, 02:22:09 PM
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My wallet is compromised but I cannot transfer the funds to another address. Transaction size is too big. Even 250 QWERTY is too big. The hacker has no problems emptying my wallet. Another 250K gone.

Why can't I get a simple answer how to transfer the remaining coins to another wallet?

We had give your this simple answer: Transfer your Coins to another Wallet and do not give your Keys away!.
You can transfer >250k Coins per Transaction. If you get this Error "Transaction size is too big" than try it again.. and again!

But create your new Wallet on a fresh PC not on your malicious Computer. Your wallet is not hacked, your Computer is hacked or you gave your Keys to 3rd Person, and to the wrong Person. When you use Desktop Wallet type your new Address, set Amount to maybe 25,000 Mixint Count 0 and smash the Enter Button. If you get this Error you can tap on Enter again and again.

This is an Issue which solved on Height 40,000. Or use the CLI Wallet with this you can send more Transactions.

Make a Textfile with many of these Lines:
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transfer 0 ADDRESS 20000
transfer 0 ADDRESS 20000
....

And paste all of these Lines (CTRL A, CTRL C) in your Simplewallet Terminal.

i am trying to solve this with the GUI wallet, funny thing is, i get the same ''error'' (transaction to big), i could do 1 transaction: 15000 coins, after that he also say 15000 is to big. Now even 1k coins is to big.
I was on the newest wallet version, i deleted all in the wallet folder, also in the roaming folder (ofc, not the .wallet) and i will try again after the sync is completed.

Anyway it got nothing to do with the error what you get when starting the wallet (that socket connection error?)?

Maybe your temporary solution also work with the simpelwallet, anyway.. That OctaEX exchange also need ur payment id and stuff, the GUI wallet would be easier for this (however, that exchange is strange, because they need to check and confirm your transaction MANUALY what could take up to 12hours as they said).


So, be carefull with that octaex exchange, this is not how a exchange should work. It can be it's safe (i dont really doubt about that), but the way how they work is just stupid Tongue

Edit; ah i did 1 transaction with 15k coins to OctaEx and my coins are already there, so that was faster then the 12 hours they said (more like 12 minutes haha). Now i need to wait till my transactions is completed, however..
Can i do transactions with 250k coins now with the GUI wallet or not? I will not use the simplewallet for transactions, then i prefer to wait till the gui version is fixed.

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March 21, 2018, 06:06:14 PM
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Qwerty and Bitsum say they are using one of my difficulty algorithms, but in looking at their charts, the difficulty changes really slow like they are using the default Cryptonight algorithm.  It's not one of mine.  Can someone enlighten me as to what's going on? 

BTW, here is my newest algorithm that Monero clones are switching to:

https://github.com/zawy12/difficulty-algorithms/issues/3
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March 21, 2018, 09:00:06 PM
Last edit: March 21, 2018, 09:13:21 PM by Qwertycoin_QWC
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Qwerty and Bitsum say they are using one of my difficulty algorithms, but in looking at their charts, the difficulty changes really slow like they are using the default Cryptonight algorithm.  It's not one of mine.  Can someone enlighten me as to what's going on?  

BTW, here is my newest algorithm that Monero clones are switching to:

https://github.com/zawy12/difficulty-algorithms/issues/3

Hi zawy,

with our latest Coreupdate we make some Changes and switch back. With these new Backend we switch to your difficulty algorithm v1 on Block Version 2. (At height 40,000). We already working on implementing on your newest algorithm. We planned this rollout with Block Version 3.
Therefore, sorry for the confusion.

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March 22, 2018, 07:10:18 PM
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Beginners can use the minergate gui miner .
The minergate gui miner mines with gpu and cpu .

Minergate gui miner is for free , just register at minergate.

Its very esasy, just download your suitable gui-miner at minergate and intall it.

You must only click on "other pools" and fill in coin-name: QWC , your wallet-adress and the  pool adress: qwertycoin.site:3333

Click on "add it " and you are ready to mine .

You can find my homepage at the backside  of this post
and  it is simultaneously the  last page of the internet.
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March 22, 2018, 09:03:33 PM
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Qwertycoin - faucet is down .

You can find my homepage at the backside  of this post
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March 22, 2018, 10:33:04 PM
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Qwertycoin - faucet is down .


Thanks for your Information. Faucet is currently empty  Smiley

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March 23, 2018, 09:11:05 PM
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Qwertycoin - faucet is down .


Thanks for your Information. Faucet is currently empty  Smiley

So what to do now? Last block received more then 5 hours ago (said my wallet), also i ''miss'' a lot of coins now, well, not really missed. They will not confirmed (because of the block issue i guess)

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March 23, 2018, 09:38:29 PM
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So what to do now? Last block received more then 5 hours ago (said my wallet), also i ''miss'' a lot of coins now, well, not really missed. They will not confirmed (because of the block issue i guess)

Block Issue?  Huh Can't follow you. What do you mean?

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March 23, 2018, 09:52:40 PM
Last edit: March 24, 2018, 05:42:52 AM by JoenNL
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So what to do now? Last block received more then 5 hours ago (said my wallet), also i ''miss'' a lot of coins now, well, not really missed. They will not confirmed (because of the block issue i guess)

Block Issue?  Huh Can't follow you. What do you mean?

My wallet (version 1.8.0) dont sync anymore, last block almost 6 hours ago.


And huw, now i restarted the wallet again (4 of 5th time) and he start syncing and confirming coins from the last 6 hours.. However he is still confirming slow, normally it's like instant.

And again; 0 active connections.
I am on block 38197 and missing lot of confirms.

And it's fully synced again, dunno what happened.

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March 24, 2018, 04:37:07 PM
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My wallet (version 1.8.0) dont sync anymore, last block almost 6 hours ago.

I use the same version of the wallet, but there are no problems with synchronization.

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March 25, 2018, 01:50:55 AM
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March 25, 2018, 10:32:37 AM
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No one has a problem confirming today's transactions?
I have all today's transactions from the qwertycoin.site pool have 0 confirmations.

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March 25, 2018, 11:18:09 AM
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No one has a problem confirming today's transactions?
I have all today's transactions from the qwertycoin.site pool have 0 confirmations.

Currently we have some unconfirmed larger transactions in the memory pool. We are gradually approaching the 40,000. From this point on, the block size will be much larger so that multiple and larger transactions can be confirmed in one block. Currently, it is already possible to send larger transactions (> 500,000 QWC) per transaction. However, this transaction is then relatively large and does not necessarily always fit quickly into a block.

All transactions should be confirmed shortly. As an additional trigger for this problem, the lower global hash rate. Today new blocks are discovered slower, so it can not be confirmed for many transactions in a short time. After block 40,000 is discovered, this problem should stop. Thus, the current solution would be: Start the mining so we reach the 40,000 as soon as possible.

There are still around 700 blocks left.

Try out the new Qwertycoin web wallet here: myqwertycoin.com (https://myqwertycoin.com/)
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March 26, 2018, 11:15:51 AM
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Any EXCHANGE?

And dont tell me  wee have 2. OCTAEx and CREX not excange. This is JOKE.

Volume on OCTAEX last 30 day is 200qwc. This is JOKE not excange.

OCTAEX is SCAM and you lsoe all your coin on this page. and not sell any coin ever on this page.
crepcoin.org is SCAM 2. volume on this page is 0. Nobody sell any coin on this page ever.

And how many echange page wee have? 0.
Pls list qwc on EXCHANGE not on SCAM page
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