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April 06, 2018, 10:28:07 AM
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You are very happy Grin Grin Grin
After the block of 40,000 I have not received more than 300,000 coins from the official pool, after the block of 43,000 I obtained more than 3,000,000 coins.
Pending Balance: 3100059.9523 QWC
5.04.2018 the money was transferred: the amount of 0.0, the amount of 0.0, the amount of 0.0 ...
I got a big zero on my wallet and the remainder of the pool is zero.
You are very happy Grin Grin Grin
If the developers do not know what to do, let them study BASIC ...

P.S. Lexxon great joker !
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April 06, 2018, 10:35:05 AM
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See? You do not have to go crazy, you are already making payments from the pool and it seems that the network is already working at 100% although it is true that it seems that the wallet is not synchronizing correctly, I was left in block 46912. Some The same thing happens to you?

Ok, this is synchronizing my wallet, but very slowly :-)
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April 06, 2018, 12:06:02 PM
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Good morning,

For the latest information with the QWC development, please join one of our Telegram channels.
General information: https://t.me/qwertycoin | Support channel: https://t.me/qwc_support

We’re happy to announce that the network issues faced by Qwertycoin over the past couple of days are nearly completely resolved.
The team advises all users and miners to refrain from sending coins with any wallet until we announce the rollout of the new wallet software for Mac, Windows & Linux.

At present time, please point all miners to the official Qwertycoin mining pool:
https://qwertycoin.site

This pool, and only this pool, are currently operational on the new Qwertycoin main net.
Please see below for an event timeline of the issues faced in the past few days and the steps taken by the Qwertycoin team to resolve them.

   Issue #1: Blockchain Network Instability

   — Circumstance:
   Users with old wallet and daemon (nodes or pools) creating valid blocks, which is not a part of main QWC blockchain.

   — Cause:
   They did not follow up on software updates.

   — Result:
   Transactions with question marks, unsearchable hashes, orphan blocks. Coins Vanished.

   — Resolution:
   The Qwertycoin team worked to resolve the initial updates with 2.0.0, but found that issues persisted.
   This analysis brought us to the notion of an attack on the Qwertycoin network.

   Issue #2: Blockchain Network Instability (Network Attack)

   — Circumstance:
   Pool started to slow down and could not find blocks, leading to delayed payments, pool server log file size increased too fast too big. CPU load near max. so as in most working nodes.

   — Cause:
   High hashing power joined QWC official mining pool, solving time was way too quick. Log file size maxing out the storage limit of the server. nearly 215GB.

   — Result:
   Orphan blocks (two miners produce blocks at similar times due to high hashrate). Coins Vanished.

   — Resolution:
   The Qwertycoin team purchased and built up a brand new server with ample resources to mitigate the pending attacks. A brand new infrastructure was set up to support the pool, explorer, two nodes as well as protection and redundancy.
   A hard fork at block height 46,000 was introduced to fix the issues from the attack originally on the QWC network, although we were quick to realise and act on the fork providing a further issue with rogue pools.

   Issue #3: Blockchain Split

   — Circumstance:
   Mining pools that were not updated to the latest version in time began acting rogue and sending invalid payments on a split blockchain. The official chain then grew out of sync due to the hostile takeover and being flooded again.

   — Cause:
   Higher hashrate on the 3rd partly pool along with their delay in upgrading the pool software and resetting statistics caused for a split in the main net, thereby affecting users mining on this pool and any transactions sent out.

   — Result:
   Coins there were paid by the 3rd party pool rendered orphan and cannot be verified by the main blockchain. We attempted to work off a snapshot from the 3rd party pool, although hit a corruption at block height 46,031.
   The corruption meant that a final reset was needed on the network which introduced a new network identifier as well as advanced features towards the Qwertycoin software suite:

      1. Nodes and Daemons that have not updated to the newest version of the main blockchain are redundant and do not exist on the current Qwertycoin network.
      2. Wallets and nodes will no longer operate if the software is not up to date in the newest version of the blockchain.
      3. The team worked directly with Zawy to include v3 of the difficulty algorithm, which from thorough testing is proving to be the best and most reactive difficulty algorithm for QWC yet.
      This new version of the algorithm also works to defend against high hash rate attacks on the network, by adjusting quickly to any exponential increase in network traffic.
      
   The new Qwertycoin Network has been running for close to 24 hours now with no issues faced by the old network. The team is currently thoroughly testing the new wallets and software prior to a release announcement.

An important note:

It is critical that you maintain your Qwertycoin software and keep with the current updates to avoid the likelihood of issues like this starting again.
For the latest information with the QWC development, please join one of our Telegram channels.
General information: https://t.me/qwertycoin | Support channel: https://t.me/qwc_support

For miners:

At present time, please point all miners to the official Qwertycoin mining pool:
https://qwertycoin.site | This pool and only this pool are officially associated to the Qwertycoin Network.

No endorsement of third party services is implied. Use at your own risk.
In the event of forks or other network issues be sure any service you use is properly updated and supporting the correct chain.

Final note:

We’re working hard to release the newest software for you all as soon as physically possible.
All coins that are mined and rewarded within the official pool WILL be reflect on the new wallet software.
We need your help to get the pool hash rate up to get the Qwertycoin Network back to the growing entity it was before.

As always, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us with support questions in the appropriate channel.
If you have any further notes or comments, please let us know in the General Information channel.

Thank you all for your patience and understanding during this time.
We look forward to working with you all to make Qwertycoin the success it should be.

Regards,
The Qwertycoin Team.

Try out the new Qwertycoin web wallet here: myqwertycoin.com (https://myqwertycoin.com/)
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April 06, 2018, 12:39:35 PM
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Now wallet is not working.
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April 06, 2018, 02:23:01 PM
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Good morning,

For the latest information with the QWC development, please join one of our Telegram channels.
General information: https://t.me/qwertycoin | Support channel: https://t.me/qwc_support

We’re happy to announce that the network issues faced by Qwertycoin over the past couple of days are nearly completely resolved.
The team advises all users and miners to refrain from sending coins with any wallet until we announce the rollout of the new wallet software for Mac, Windows & Linux.

At present time, please point all miners to the official Qwertycoin mining pool:
https://qwertycoin.site

This pool, and only this pool, are currently operational on the new Qwertycoin main net.
Please see below for an event timeline of the issues faced in the past few days and the steps taken by the Qwertycoin team to resolve them.

   Issue #1: Blockchain Network Instability

   — Circumstance:
   Users with old wallet and daemon (nodes or pools) creating valid blocks, which is not a part of main QWC blockchain.

   — Cause:
   They did not follow up on software updates.

   — Result:
   Transactions with question marks, unsearchable hashes, orphan blocks. Coins Vanished.

   — Resolution:
   The Qwertycoin team worked to resolve the initial updates with 2.0.0, but found that issues persisted.
   This analysis brought us to the notion of an attack on the Qwertycoin network.

   Issue #2: Blockchain Network Instability (Network Attack)

   — Circumstance:
   Pool started to slow down and could not find blocks, leading to delayed payments, pool server log file size increased too fast too big. CPU load near max. so as in most working nodes.

   — Cause:
   High hashing power joined QWC official mining pool, solving time was way too quick. Log file size maxing out the storage limit of the server. nearly 215GB.

   — Result:
   Orphan blocks (two miners produce blocks at similar times due to high hashrate). Coins Vanished.

   — Resolution:
   The Qwertycoin team purchased and built up a brand new server with ample resources to mitigate the pending attacks. A brand new infrastructure was set up to support the pool, explorer, two nodes as well as protection and redundancy.
   A hard fork at block height 46,000 was introduced to fix the issues from the attack originally on the QWC network, although we were quick to realise and act on the fork providing a further issue with rogue pools.

   Issue #3: Blockchain Split

   — Circumstance:
   Mining pools that were not updated to the latest version in time began acting rogue and sending invalid payments on a split blockchain. The official chain then grew out of sync due to the hostile takeover and being flooded again.

   — Cause:
   Higher hashrate on the 3rd partly pool along with their delay in upgrading the pool software and resetting statistics caused for a split in the main net, thereby affecting users mining on this pool and any transactions sent out.

   — Result:
   Coins there were paid by the 3rd party pool rendered orphan and cannot be verified by the main blockchain. We attempted to work off a snapshot from the 3rd party pool, although hit a corruption at block height 46,031.
   The corruption meant that a final reset was needed on the network which introduced a new network identifier as well as advanced features towards the Qwertycoin software suite:

      1. Nodes and Daemons that have not updated to the newest version of the main blockchain are redundant and do not exist on the current Qwertycoin network.
      2. Wallets and nodes will no longer operate if the software is not up to date in the newest version of the blockchain.
      3. The team worked directly with Zawy to include v3 of the difficulty algorithm, which from thorough testing is proving to be the best and most reactive difficulty algorithm for QWC yet.
      This new version of the algorithm also works to defend against high hash rate attacks on the network, by adjusting quickly to any exponential increase in network traffic.
      
   The new Qwertycoin Network has been running for close to 24 hours now with no issues faced by the old network. The team is currently thoroughly testing the new wallets and software prior to a release announcement.

An important note:

It is critical that you maintain your Qwertycoin software and keep with the current updates to avoid the likelihood of issues like this starting again.
For the latest information with the QWC development, please join one of our Telegram channels.
General information: https://t.me/qwertycoin | Support channel: https://t.me/qwc_support

For miners:

At present time, please point all miners to the official Qwertycoin mining pool:
https://qwertycoin.site | This pool and only this pool are officially associated to the Qwertycoin Network.

No endorsement of third party services is implied. Use at your own risk.
In the event of forks or other network issues be sure any service you use is properly updated and supporting the correct chain.

Final note:

We’re working hard to release the newest software for you all as soon as physically possible.
All coins that are mined and rewarded within the official pool WILL be reflect on the new wallet software.
We need your help to get the pool hash rate up to get the Qwertycoin Network back to the growing entity it was before.

As always, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us with support questions in the appropriate channel.
If you have any further notes or comments, please let us know in the General Information channel.

Thank you all for your patience and understanding during this time.
We look forward to working with you all to make Qwertycoin the success it should be.

Regards,
The Qwertycoin Team.


Thanks dev for going through here and giving explanations, there are some who lose their papers too fast and are not able to enter the discord or the telegram to be better informed of the problems that these days have had the network of qwertycoin
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April 06, 2018, 03:03:49 PM
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Is needed to update wallet from 2.0 version? Because this version now not works, crash after run.
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April 06, 2018, 03:15:04 PM
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Good morning,

For the latest information with the QWC development, please join one of our Telegram channels.
General information: https://t.me/qwertycoin | Support channel: https://t.me/qwc_support

We’re happy to announce that the network issues faced by Qwertycoin over the past couple of days are nearly completely resolved.
The team advises all users and miners to refrain from sending coins with any wallet until we announce the rollout of the new wallet software for Mac, Windows & Linux.

At present time, please point all miners to the official Qwertycoin mining pool:
https://qwertycoin.site

This pool, and only this pool, are currently operational on the new Qwertycoin main net.
Please see below for an event timeline of the issues faced in the past few days and the steps taken by the Qwertycoin team to resolve them.

   Issue #1: Blockchain Network Instability

   — Circumstance:
   Users with old wallet and daemon (nodes or pools) creating valid blocks, which is not a part of main QWC blockchain.

   — Cause:
   They did not follow up on software updates.

   — Result:
   Transactions with question marks, unsearchable hashes, orphan blocks. Coins Vanished.

   — Resolution:
   The Qwertycoin team worked to resolve the initial updates with 2.0.0, but found that issues persisted.
   This analysis brought us to the notion of an attack on the Qwertycoin network.

   Issue #2: Blockchain Network Instability (Network Attack)

   — Circumstance:
   Pool started to slow down and could not find blocks, leading to delayed payments, pool server log file size increased too fast too big. CPU load near max. so as in most working nodes.

   — Cause:
   High hashing power joined QWC official mining pool, solving time was way too quick. Log file size maxing out the storage limit of the server. nearly 215GB.

   — Result:
   Orphan blocks (two miners produce blocks at similar times due to high hashrate). Coins Vanished.

   — Resolution:
   The Qwertycoin team purchased and built up a brand new server with ample resources to mitigate the pending attacks. A brand new infrastructure was set up to support the pool, explorer, two nodes as well as protection and redundancy.
   A hard fork at block height 46,000 was introduced to fix the issues from the attack originally on the QWC network, although we were quick to realise and act on the fork providing a further issue with rogue pools.

   Issue #3: Blockchain Split

   — Circumstance:
   Mining pools that were not updated to the latest version in time began acting rogue and sending invalid payments on a split blockchain. The official chain then grew out of sync due to the hostile takeover and being flooded again.

   — Cause:
   Higher hashrate on the 3rd partly pool along with their delay in upgrading the pool software and resetting statistics caused for a split in the main net, thereby affecting users mining on this pool and any transactions sent out.

   — Result:
   Coins there were paid by the 3rd party pool rendered orphan and cannot be verified by the main blockchain. We attempted to work off a snapshot from the 3rd party pool, although hit a corruption at block height 46,031.
   The corruption meant that a final reset was needed on the network which introduced a new network identifier as well as advanced features towards the Qwertycoin software suite:

      1. Nodes and Daemons that have not updated to the newest version of the main blockchain are redundant and do not exist on the current Qwertycoin network.
      2. Wallets and nodes will no longer operate if the software is not up to date in the newest version of the blockchain.
      3. The team worked directly with Zawy to include v3 of the difficulty algorithm, which from thorough testing is proving to be the best and most reactive difficulty algorithm for QWC yet.
      This new version of the algorithm also works to defend against high hash rate attacks on the network, by adjusting quickly to any exponential increase in network traffic.
      
   The new Qwertycoin Network has been running for close to 24 hours now with no issues faced by the old network. The team is currently thoroughly testing the new wallets and software prior to a release announcement.

An important note:

It is critical that you maintain your Qwertycoin software and keep with the current updates to avoid the likelihood of issues like this starting again.
For the latest information with the QWC development, please join one of our Telegram channels.
General information: https://t.me/qwertycoin | Support channel: https://t.me/qwc_support

For miners:

At present time, please point all miners to the official Qwertycoin mining pool:
https://qwertycoin.site | This pool and only this pool are officially associated to the Qwertycoin Network.

No endorsement of third party services is implied. Use at your own risk.
In the event of forks or other network issues be sure any service you use is properly updated and supporting the correct chain.

Final note:

We’re working hard to release the newest software for you all as soon as physically possible.
All coins that are mined and rewarded within the official pool WILL be reflect on the new wallet software.
We need your help to get the pool hash rate up to get the Qwertycoin Network back to the growing entity it was before.

As always, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us with support questions in the appropriate channel.
If you have any further notes or comments, please let us know in the General Information channel.

Thank you all for your patience and understanding during this time.
We look forward to working with you all to make Qwertycoin the success it should be.

Regards,
The Qwertycoin Team.

Ok thank you very much for the info.

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April 06, 2018, 04:08:59 PM
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Where I can found new QWC wallet?
Link doesn't works on your site.
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April 06, 2018, 04:49:34 PM
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NOT WORK. Link is DEAD.
COIN is DEAD
WALLET 2.0 not work is DEAD

Nice work DEV. You kill this shitcoin in 2-3day. NICE WORK..
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NOT WORK. Link is DEAD.
COIN is DEAD
WALLET 2.0 not work is DEAD

Nice work DEV. You kill this shitcoin in 2-3day. NICE WORK..
Calm down and wait

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April 06, 2018, 07:25:38 PM
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Nice work DEV. You kill this shitcoin in 2-3day. NICE WORK..

Why you want a Wallet? Do you want to use a Shitcoin Wallet?  Huh Why  Grin
Do you want shit? I can give you Shit. For 1,000,000 QWC
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April 06, 2018, 08:05:42 PM
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Hello to all, We are Technical Team of Octaex.com Exchanger, Recently we have updated old wallet to Version.2, but it seems block count of version 2 and version 1 is different means blockchain break, and block sync stucked, because of it no incoming or outgoing transaction are getting confirmed.
We have already disable Qwertycoin Trade till wallet fixing. For any query or support, write to: support@octaex.com

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April 06, 2018, 11:21:25 PM
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Thanks to some very supportive coin dev work, we are now the first unofficial Qwerty Coin mining pool hashing again after the recent hard fork. All miners welcome!

http://qwcpool.partyvibe.com
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April 07, 2018, 12:01:08 AM
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Good morning,

We’re happy to announce the release of the Qwertycoin wallet v2.2.1 for Windows, Mac & Linux!
This wallet update is to resolve issues with prior software connecting to false nodes after the updates over the past few days.

Get your download HERE:
https://qwertycoin.org/downloads

It is a MUST that you DO NOT try and use any cached data from the old software.
This new wallet version relies on the new blockchain, and must be synced from scratch.

IMPORTANT:

DO NOT use a copy of your old blockchain file as part of this upgrade process!
(Seriously, we can’t emphasize this enough. You won’t save time and will only be disappointed with the results.)

Step-by-step instructions:
1. Open your old wallet:
    * Copy your Mnemonic Seed - File -> Show Mnemonic Seed (if all else fails, this will be your safety net)
    * Backup your old wallet - File -> Backup Wallet (you will use this file later in this process)
    * Copy your backup file to a safe place
2. Download and install the new Qwerty Wallet
3. Open the new wallet software
4. You will get an error message, “Error: Socket operation timed out”
    * This error is expected - we are working on a fix for this bug and will release the fix in a future update
5. A new a new wallet is created for you - don’t panic - if you followed step #1 above your coins are safe
6. Let the wallet automatically synchronize with the new blockchain
    * This may take an hour or more depending on the speed of your internet connection, the power of your CPU and the load on the Qwertycoin network
7. Once the synchronize operation is complete, open the wallet backup you saved in step #1b above - File -> Open Wallet
8. Again, let the wallet synchronize. This will occur much faster than it did in step #6
9. Pour yourself a drink - congratulations your wallet is upgraded!

We are constantly looking for ways to improve our documentation. Please post your feedback to the Qwerty Support Telegram channel or to the Qwerty Discord site.

As always, for any support with the Qwertycoin project, visit our Telegram channels:
General Information: http://t.me/qwertycoin | Support: https://t.me/qwc_support

Regards,
The Qwertycoin Team.

Try out the new Qwertycoin web wallet here: myqwertycoin.com (https://myqwertycoin.com/)
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April 07, 2018, 01:01:35 AM
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New wallet is installed and synchronizing, thanks to Dev and team for great and fast work!
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April 07, 2018, 06:02:55 AM
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Good morning,
We’re happy to announce the release of the Qwertycoin wallet v2.2.1 for Windows, Mac & Linux!
This wallet update is to resolve issues with prior software connecting to false nodes after the updates over the past few days.
Get your download HERE:
https://qwertycoin.org/downloads

Good work, QWC team.

Especially for all suspected developers in the distribution of viruses, I attach a link with the wallet check for viruses

https://www.virustotal.com/#/file/7caa16d2e4996db413c07d20331d3208b659d114a565eb00a5b68a39916c9e52/detection

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April 07, 2018, 06:07:42 AM
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Thanks to some very supportive coin dev work, we are now the first unofficial Qwerty Coin mining pool hashing again after the recent hard fork. All miners welcome!

http://qwcpool.partyvibe.com

I'm sure that you have a problem on the pool!
Block 46783 was found by your pool and official ... It looks like the chain has gone again in different directions. Contact the development team ...
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April 07, 2018, 06:16:37 AM
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Why the pool cryptonight.cc ignores the problem and continues to work on another chain of blocks ... I think if someone connects to them with a new purse, then the network problems will start again ... So do not solve the common problem!
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April 07, 2018, 07:59:12 AM
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Hi all,

I want to update my existing MN with the current SW 2.2.1. Compiled the files and now the MN syncs, but stops at block 46561.

Any hints?

Regards,

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April 07, 2018, 08:35:47 AM
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Hi all,

I want to update my existing MN with the current SW 2.2.1. Compiled the files and now the MN syncs, but stops at block 46561.

Any hints?

Regards,

Troete2k

I haven't experienced similar issues yet.

From the masternode setup, run a "print_pl" - how many whites & how many grey peers are listed?

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