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Author Topic: Qwertycoin - Safe. Simple. Secure. CPU/GPU/ASIC [CryptoNight] Mobile Wallet  (Read 54846 times)
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June 23, 2018, 10:23:08 AM
Last edit: June 23, 2018, 02:49:29 PM by JoenNL
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***CRITICAL:  Update to the QWC Wallet Version 3.0.1***

Grab the latest version of the cleanly designed Qwertycoin Wallet for Windows, MacOS & Linux! One interface provides the ability to view, send, receive and even mine your very own Qwertycoin. Keep up to date with the latest version to ensure your Qwertycoin is secure.

https://github.com/qwertycoin-org/qwertycoin-gui/releases

Well i am using 3.0.1

11 transactions*100.000 are gone since yesterday Smiley

Made in total 12 transactions, first was good and is received on the other wallet, next 11 are gone.

https://imgur.com/JS3kzp3

What i already did after 2-3 hours waiting:
reset wallet
deleted blockchain and refreshed
deleted blockchain again and used the walletd - simplewallet

Funny part is, as u can see he also forget the wallet addresses where the transactions must go to. 1x 100.000 transactions went good but then also show ''to address: N/A''

I dont know what to do anymore? I'm using wallets since the first of the first Bitcoin simplewallet, never ever had any problems. In qwertycoin since the release there are problems with making transactions (i'm in qwertycoin since the first minute of release, there are transaction problems since the release and still not fixed, big transactions are not possible, and 100k transactions will just go away), i can send more screenshots where u can see stucked transactions since the release untill now.

I hope somebody can provide an solution for this issue.

*great, so dev comes online but he dont answer this questions and the pm's Cheesy

* i read a message on the page before this one (page 49) that there is something like an attack? I dont think this is an attack, if the wallet gives error when sending more then 10 coins.. Yes people will send many transactions, this is not an attack. There is no choice, i can also not send 1.000.000 in 1 transaction, i need to split it up to many transactions, and even then it goes wrong.
so this attack is more a bug in the wallet Smiley Wallet can not make transactions without errors Smiley

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June 23, 2018, 04:01:01 PM
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[...] that there is something like an attack? I dont think this is an attack, if the wallet gives error when sending more then 10 coins.. Yes people will send many transactions, this is not an attack. There is no choice, i can also not send 1.000.000 in 1 transaction, i need to split it up to many transactions, and even then it goes wrong. [..]

It is an attack if you send thousands of malicious Transactions with 0 fee (Minimum Fee is 1 QWC). Transactions below 1 QWC will never be confirmed.
Its an attack to flood the memory pool.

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June 23, 2018, 04:02:59 PM
Last edit: June 26, 2018, 07:49:30 PM by Qwertycoin_QWC
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New Exchange: Bitexlive

Trading:

QWC:BTC
QWC:LTC
QWC:XMR
QWC:DOGE

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June 23, 2018, 04:43:13 PM
Last edit: June 23, 2018, 05:26:23 PM by JoenNL
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[...] that there is something like an attack? I dont think this is an attack, if the wallet gives error when sending more then 10 coins.. Yes people will send many transactions, this is not an attack. There is no choice, i can also not send 1.000.000 in 1 transaction, i need to split it up to many transactions, and even then it goes wrong. [..]

It is an attack if you send thousands of malicious Transactions with 0 fee (Minimum Fee is 1 QWC). Transactions below 1 QWC will never be confirmed.
Its an attack to flood the memory pool.

So what will happen with my coins i try to send (i did it 24 hours ago and still 0 confirms etc)? What u are saying is: yes all the transactions are just burned, gone, bad shit what you dont want to fix since the release of this coin?

I just did 10 more transactions, 1 is send (lol..) and rest also nothing.

So 21 transactions are stucked now and they get 0 confirms. When they will get confirmed or are they just burned now?

for all my transactions i used the standard fee.

How can it be;

12 transactions yesterday - 1 good, 11 stucked
10 transactions today - 1 good, 10 stucked.

Explaine me how a transaction 30 minutes ago is good and transactions yesterday and the rest of today are stucked?

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June 23, 2018, 05:19:34 PM
Last edit: June 23, 2018, 10:07:09 PM by JoenNL
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Good morning all. Amazing trading dues! Cognitive business, extraordinary results!

Rofl at all those 0-2 activity accounts in here..

Watch out people, this wallets are bugged since release day (3.0.1 got the same bugs; transaction will be burned and go away when its bigger then 10.000 coins in 1 transaction). Still many transactions will just burn when you try to make an transaction.

Tested
I made 50 transactions of 10.000 coins, all are finished in a few minutes?

All transactions with 50.000 or 100.000 coins are all gone?

So tell me, what is wrong in here? Are you sending all my burned coins back to me? (please, dont start about an attack, there was never a attack..). This is since release day, when try to make a transaction bigger then ~10.000 coins all those transactions wont get 1 confirm. Now already more then 1.1million (already more then 1.400.000 coins are gone because of ur bugged coin) coins are stucked in the chain, what u gonna do about this?

Proof bigger transactions will fail;
https://imgur.com/39pQt0X

Small transactions will be fine;
https://imgur.com/HCkjFuH

Do i really need to flood with a simple wallet (i got 5 wallets in total) with small transactions with just 10.000 coins? Only thing i care about is all those 100.000 coin transactions what are just gone.

So what now?


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June 23, 2018, 10:45:17 PM
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Join the Support Group: https://t.me/qwc_support

But without a Transaction Hash nobody could help you.

The average transaction size is 500,000 QWC with mixin 2 and a fee of 1.5 QWC and this will confirmed in a few minutes.

But without any input from you, no one can help you.
Check your TX hash here: https://explorer.qwertycoin.org/

Try out the new Qwertycoin web wallet here: myqwertycoin.com (https://myqwertycoin.com/)
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June 24, 2018, 06:49:45 AM
Last edit: June 24, 2018, 07:04:57 AM by JoenNL
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Join the Support Group: https://t.me/qwc_support

But without a Transaction Hash nobody could help you.

The average transaction size is 500,000 QWC with mixin 2 and a fee of 1.5 QWC and this will confirmed in a few minutes.

But without any input from you, no one can help you.
Check your TX hash here: https://explorer.qwertycoin.org/

Without any input?

U can see the transaction hashes on the screenshots, how many do you want in text plaine?

I told my inpunt:
deleted old wallet + blockchain, using the newest version
used the reset option
deleted blockchain again and resync by using deamon / simple wallet
all over again with the normall gui wallet


Oké here we go, some transaction hashes:

2AC789CF06DC49B2603A443DBDF0F417F1E4802FF2C00734DD4CDBAF2746E1B5
F67D10D7800E5A02607D573F145D02BD391A34BE92765B02FC6904440CBDE060
61F1854F8207873229BD4D72C8597DC5DD78D3255F951B81646D3D2BAE5D174E
1141926262E913C331B7BC768D8BFCAEB7733B000078971FC490767EF7913346
2F918B1A2791966A08F4C692C94710EDDCDA7ABCA5B614CD6EC474909491A10B
E480DC7BE5101CA97848C2E64D64C5019098DAC88B536401D9868D000E4A6B71
760B165332ED45B9576A11EA98B1BECAE516A3BAEC690C3E973E02A31DC891B5
28C08F6974DD000EA3DBE7D07683ACF014F53D2D41EEFB7B61345AB12D28F135

Need more? As you can see on the screenshots, it's going about many wrong transactions (only the 10k coins transactions went fine).

0A18C95F1259B516B1FFD4385336F2088B9AED47C431489D1FE679396F45CBB8
6C88E70435E402BE681F8BC7EB3D323C4AB20B7679D49531C44B3E53E28037E5
F97AE1EDBE1040707BFBB636A89708DEB56EA25A8473CC02B037B94FA1ED3EA7

To much copy / paste, here some more (got lots, lots more)

6B2C9D96F97C1D1221091ED036D625C187350776470A924D0AEFB6F7B20D1A50
C466893C843F28E74AD15F3AEFBB8DD0399E1E20C81F6F54DADEA46C3C03B1FD
C81F6F54DADEA46C3C03B1FD046C31C6ED37F3254D5035483D7B16DF434AB874
1AFA5198CDF34CC204B4FA30BEC1A214DCA0D270B9E4AFEA938663917DE166D2

Ofc, got some more this is not all

Also the proofs (again, my input):
Proof bigger transactions will fail;
https://imgur.com/39pQt0X

Small transactions will be fine;
https://imgur.com/HCkjFuH

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June 24, 2018, 09:28:14 AM
Last edit: June 24, 2018, 09:49:04 AM by Qwertycoin_QWC
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Without any input?

U can see the transaction hashes on the screenshots, how many do you want in text plaine?

Nobody would hand-copy a 65-digit string, when you could write it down.

I have check 5 random hashes and 4 out of 5 are already confirmed? The last 5th TX hash need a few more time to get confirmed.
For your information: If you create a 20 KB size transaction you need a bigger Block for the confirmation.

This means that you have to wait until a miner has mined such a big block for you. Only then can your transaction be embedded and confirmed.
In addition, there are still 2,000 transactions on hold. In worst case, your transaction is ranked 2,000 in this queue. And will maybe not confirmed within 48 hours.



Guide:

If you can find your Transaction hash in the explorer: https://explorer.qwertycoin.org/ you will see a Confirmed transaction OR an Unconfirmed transaction
If your TX is still Unconfirmed
   a) Check your transaction size and compare it to the current block size
       -If this transaction is bigger then the current block size: You have an higher chance that your Transaction will not be confirmed in time (within 48 hours)
   b) If your Fee is less then 1.0 QWC your Transaction will never be confirmed
   c) A pending transaction wait 48 hours for confirmation. If you transaction could not be confirmed in time (see my above points) the Sender will get this Coins back.

If your TX is Confirmed
no problem

If you can't find your Transaction hash in the explorer:
If your TX is finally unconfirmed but will show up in the transaction list in your Desktop Wallet?

Do a Wallet Reset to delete these Ghost transactions. Go to: "Wallet" -> "Reset Wallet".

Try out the new Qwertycoin web wallet here: myqwertycoin.com (https://myqwertycoin.com/)
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June 24, 2018, 09:59:19 AM
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Without any input?

U can see the transaction hashes on the screenshots, how many do you want in text plaine?

Nobody would hand-copy a 65-digit string, when you could write it down.

I have check 5 random hashes and 4 out of 5 are already confirmed? The last 5th TX hash need a few more time to get confirmed.
For your information: If you create a 20 KB size transaction you need a bigger Block for the confirmation.

This means that you have to wait until a miner has mined such a big block for you. Only then can your transaction be embedded and confirmed.
In addition, there are still 2,000 transactions on hold. In worst case, your transaction is ranked 2,000 in this queue. And will maybe not confirmed within 48 hours.



Guide:

If you can find your Transaction hash in the explorer: https://explorer.qwertycoin.org/ you will see a Confirmed transaction OR an Unconfirmed transaction
If your TX is still Unconfirmed
   a) Check your transaction size and compare it to the current block size
       -If this transaction is bigger then the current block size: You have an higher chance that your Transaction will not be confirmed in time (within 48 hours)
   b) If your Fee is less then 1.0 QWC your Transaction will never be confirmed
   c) A pending transaction wait 48 hours for confirmation. If you transaction could not be confirmed in time (see my above points) the Sender will get this Coins back.

If your TX is Confirmed
no problem

If you can't find your Transaction hash in the explorer:
If your TX is finally unconfirmed but will show up in the transaction list in your Desktop Wallet?

Do a Wallet Reset to delete these Ghost transactions. Go to: "Wallet" -> "Reset Wallet".

I saw it, 3-4 went oké, rest still nothing.

Yeah i tried that reset (rebuilding blockchain) but no effect (however, i respect this reaction more then the previous ones, because i know what an attack is and i couldnt find any attack on qwerty).

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June 24, 2018, 10:02:22 AM
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When you take the Github Repo and change a few lines to manipulate the Wallet to transfer Coins with 0 fee, instead of 1 fee.
And disable the protection functions just to transfer malicious transactions through the network and flood the mempool.

This is not an attack for you? Okay  Huh

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June 24, 2018, 10:09:59 AM
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When you take the Github Repo and change a few lines to manipulate the Wallet to transfer Coins with 0 fee, instead of 1 fee.
And disable the protection functions just to transfer malicious transactions through the network and flood the mempool.

This is not an attack for you? Okay  Huh

I would call that a bug in the wallet, people will abuse that. It's what you choose for i guess.

An attack would be overflood transaction system (would be strange because the coin is nearly death, a few cryptonight asics are mining that's it, this because qwerty isn't cryptonight_heavy, its just cryptonight, it is not forked, its nothing. Alle pools, inclusive the ''original'' pools are on cryptonight old version). However, this coin is also NOT protected against overflood of transactions, people can spam 2 coin transactions a million times in a few minutes. There is no resist against this.
Next problem; this coin is made for cryptonight asics, an 51% attack is very easy to make on qwertycoin (also where u choose for, you dont want to fork).
An 51% attack would be an attack also

What u mean to say is that people are abusing bugs in ur wallet?

There is also a bug in the wallet while try to make an transaction: MixIn count to big (this happen when u try to make a bigger transaction, its since release only the error is different now so i guess new exchanges is more important then fixing (security) bugs?).

Ps. dont read this as an (personal) attack, but there is a lot of work to do at this coin, it's failing at to many places.

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June 24, 2018, 10:51:08 AM
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This is not a bug, it's an afterwards code manipulation.

That's it.

And if you expect a technical answer join the Telegram group and ask a developer.

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June 24, 2018, 01:22:30 PM
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This is not a bug, it's an afterwards code manipulation.

That's it.

And if you expect a technical answer join the Telegram group and ask a developer.

Hey!

I just came to say that also the other transactions are going since today (excuses et moi if i insulted somebody/something).

Took long (2 days) for the bigger transactions

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June 24, 2018, 05:53:43 PM
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Glad to hear that!

Unfortunately, we can not provide technical assistance here. The people behind the bitcointalk account look after the SocialMedia channels of the Qwertycoin Group.
We can only provide technical help in our telegram group.

Telegram Support: https://t.me/qwc_support
Telegram Community Talk: https://t.me/qwertycoin

Pool owners? Please write to an admin in one of these groups and we will put you in our Qwertycoin Poolowner Support group.

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June 25, 2018, 04:29:22 AM
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More than 258 LTC traded in Altex exchange in LTC-QWC trading pair in the last 24 hours.
For now, the coin stayed at 13 litoshi.
Nice movements after upgrades from Qwertycoin team.
https://altex.exchange/markets&pair=LTC_QWC
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June 25, 2018, 11:11:42 AM
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What is the maximum transfer from GUI Wallet to exchange? I send 1.000.000 QWC but confirmations are missing.
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June 25, 2018, 05:31:58 PM
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https://hizliresim.com/g6VE1Z

3.0.1. I installed the wallet. But synchronization never happens. Help me please
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June 25, 2018, 05:41:39 PM
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Qwertycoin QWC is a cryptocurrency, a kind of decentralized digital money, like Bitcoin. It is based on CryptoNote anonymous technology.
Nobody owns or controls Qwertycoin, it uses peer-to-peer technology and fair ASIC-resistant PoW mining process to operate with no central authority.

Qwertycoin provides instant worldwide privacy protected transactions and untraceable encrypted payment transfers with almost zero processing fees in decentralized peer-to-peer users network. Mathematics secures the QWC network and empowers individuals to control their own finances and information.
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So are there any new exchanges or news coming soon? This looks set to fly soon.
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Last edit: June 26, 2018, 07:49:07 PM by Qwertycoin_QWC
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So are there any new exchanges or news coming soon? This looks set to fly soon.

Yes:





New Exchange: Bitexlive

Trading:

QWC:BTC
QWC:LTC
QWC:XMR
QWC:DOGE

Try out the new Qwertycoin web wallet here: myqwertycoin.com (https://myqwertycoin.com/)
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