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June 15, 2014, 04:37:50 PM
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Vote for HoboNickels on allcoin.com https://www.allcoin.com/vote

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June 15, 2014, 05:01:25 PM
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Vote for HoboNickels on allcoin.com https://www.allcoin.com/vote

BTC address 19DqWMHHHYxux28yrn7UpAx5zJBZpuFTJw

Woohoo! Allcoin accepted my ticket Smiley I asked them to add CAP, HBN, TEK, PHS and XMR and they did Smiley Good folks at allcoins.com
https://www.allcoin.com/vote/#HBN

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June 15, 2014, 07:41:27 PM
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Vote for HoboNickels on allcoin.com https://www.allcoin.com/vote

BTC address 19DqWMHHHYxux28yrn7UpAx5zJBZpuFTJw

Woohoo! Allcoin accepted my ticket Smiley I asked them to add CAP, HBN, TEK, PHS and XMR and they did Smiley Good folks at allcoins.com
https://www.allcoin.com/vote/#HBN
I suspect there are quite a few of us with similar interests here but maybe different priorities.
I'd suggest people concentrate on voting the current leader of this batch to a completed listing rather than spread the votes.
Then all getting behind the next front runner
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June 15, 2014, 11:58:44 PM
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Vote for HoboNickels on allcoin.com https://www.allcoin.com/vote

BTC address 19DqWMHHHYxux28yrn7UpAx5zJBZpuFTJw

Woohoo! Allcoin accepted my ticket Smiley I asked them to add CAP, HBN, TEK, PHS and XMR and they did Smiley Good folks at allcoins.com
https://www.allcoin.com/vote/#HBN
I suspect there are quite a few of us with similar interests here but maybe different priorities.
I'd suggest people concentrate on voting the current leader of this batch to a completed listing rather than spread the votes.
Then all getting behind the next front runner

You can vote for 5 per hour so the vote is naturally spread really. I suggest throwing some btc at your favorite of the bunch.

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June 16, 2014, 02:52:11 PM
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For those of you who, like me, have PHS and CAP and TEK and HBN, I suggest the following:
Vote for the highest ranking of them and this one only. Once it will be on the market, then we can get rid of cryptsy for this one (I still have PHS and CAP locked at Cryptsy).. Then focus all your votes on the next one.

That way, deliveries will happen faster.

Edit: what Flungspun said Smiley

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For those of you who, like me, have PHS and CAP and TEK and HBN, I suggest the following:
Vote for the highest ranking of them and this one only. Once it will be on the market, then we can get rid of cryptsy for this one (I still have PHS and CAP locked at Cryptsy).. Then focus all your votes on the next one.

That way, deliveries will happen faster.

Edit: what Flungspun said Smiley

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June 16, 2014, 07:07:19 PM
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For those of you who, like me, have PHS and CAP and TEK and HBN, I suggest the following:
Vote for the highest ranking of them and this one only. Once it will be on the market, then we can get rid of cryptsy for this one (I still have PHS and CAP locked at Cryptsy).. Then focus all your votes on the next one.

That way, deliveries will happen faster.

Edit: what Flungspun said Smiley
Yeah except I didn't read the instructions so don't pay too much attention.
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I'm voting HBN Caps Tek PHS and errrm .. yeah in that order as waking hours allow. 

Can someone confirm the votes carry over each week and are not reset .......
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Hopefully soon we won't have to rely on the unreliable cryptsy. Allcoin will be happy Smiley

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June 17, 2014, 11:06:58 AM
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June 17, 2014, 11:56:51 AM
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Need some help here.

I backed up my multiple wallet files, deleted everything, reinstalled and loaded blockchain and closed down moved my wallet files over and tried opening up and getting error 22....critical error loading wallets. Won't open at all now.

What do I need to do to recover my coins?

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June 17, 2014, 12:15:49 PM
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Need some help here.

I backed up my multiple wallet files, deleted everything, reinstalled and loaded blockchain and closed down moved my wallet files over and tried opening up and getting error 22....critical error loading wallets. Won't open at all now.

What do I need to do to recover my coins?

Hi ESM, it does sound like you have a bad wallet.dat file. If you are using multiple wallets, the trick is to find out which one is corrupted.

I have a FAQ about bad wallets
https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/9590-hbn-trouble-shooting-guide-wallet-corruption/

If you can identify which wallet is bad, you can restore that one from backup, or you can try to rename it to wallet.dat and run -salvagewallet.

If you still have issues after reading over and trying this guide, you can PM. This has happened to 3 or 4 other people over the last year, and I or they were able to get back all the coins.

HBN: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=303749.0
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June 17, 2014, 11:16:02 PM
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Need some help here.

I backed up my multiple wallet files, deleted everything, reinstalled and loaded blockchain and closed down moved my wallet files over and tried opening up and getting error 22....critical error loading wallets. Won't open at all now.

What do I need to do to recover my coins?

Hi ESM, it does sound like you have a bad wallet.dat file. If you are using multiple wallets, the trick is to find out which one is corrupted.

I have a FAQ about bad wallets
https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/9590-hbn-trouble-shooting-guide-wallet-corruption/

If you can identify which wallet is bad, you can restore that one from backup, or you can try to rename it to wallet.dat and run -salvagewallet.

If you still have issues after reading over and trying this guide, you can PM. This has happened to 3 or 4 other people over the last year, and I or they were able to get back all the coins.

I have been successful with exporting all the private keys in a wallet file without using the client.  Granted your backups are good.  I worked a few days on one with flt, and we couldn't get them back because the wallet was corrupted and the user did not have a backup.

I will update my code to look at HBN, tranz, what is the prefix for compressed and uncompressed HBN addresses?

Send me a pm if you want to try
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June 18, 2014, 01:13:18 AM
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Need some help here.

I backed up my multiple wallet files, deleted everything, reinstalled and loaded blockchain and closed down moved my wallet files over and tried opening up and getting error 22....critical error loading wallets. Won't open at all now.

What do I need to do to recover my coins?

Hi ESM, it does sound like you have a bad wallet.dat file. If you are using multiple wallets, the trick is to find out which one is corrupted.

I have a FAQ about bad wallets
https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/9590-hbn-trouble-shooting-guide-wallet-corruption/

If you can identify which wallet is bad, you can restore that one from backup, or you can try to rename it to wallet.dat and run -salvagewallet.

If you still have issues after reading over and trying this guide, you can PM. This has happened to 3 or 4 other people over the last year, and I or they were able to get back all the coins.

I have been successful with exporting all the private keys in a wallet file without using the client.  Granted your backups are good.  I worked a few days on one with flt, and we couldn't get them back because the wallet was corrupted and the user did not have a backup.

I will update my code to look at HBN, tranz, what is the prefix for compressed and uncompressed HBN addresses?

Send me a pm if you want to try
I have pywallet set up for HBN here; https://github.com/Tranz5/pywallet the prefix is 34

HBN: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=303749.0
hobonickels.info HBN F1TranzWqFGZyFeTMu6iLbtTQgdXuJPsiL
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June 18, 2014, 02:14:51 AM
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Need some help here.

I backed up my multiple wallet files, deleted everything, reinstalled and loaded blockchain and closed down moved my wallet files over and tried opening up and getting error 22....critical error loading wallets. Won't open at all now.

What do I need to do to recover my coins?

Hi ESM, it does sound like you have a bad wallet.dat file. If you are using multiple wallets, the trick is to find out which one is corrupted.

I have a FAQ about bad wallets
https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/9590-hbn-trouble-shooting-guide-wallet-corruption/

If you can identify which wallet is bad, you can restore that one from backup, or you can try to rename it to wallet.dat and run -salvagewallet.

If you still have issues after reading over and trying this guide, you can PM. This has happened to 3 or 4 other people over the last year, and I or they were able to get back all the coins.

I have been successful with exporting all the private keys in a wallet file without using the client.  Granted your backups are good.  I worked a few days on one with flt, and we couldn't get them back because the wallet was corrupted and the user did not have a backup.

I will update my code to look at HBN, tranz, what is the prefix for compressed and uncompressed HBN addresses?

Send me a pm if you want to try
I have pywallet set up for HBN here; https://github.com/Tranz5/pywallet the prefix is 34

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June 18, 2014, 09:47:58 PM
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Need some help here.

I backed up my multiple wallet files, deleted everything, reinstalled and loaded blockchain and closed down moved my wallet files over and tried opening up and getting error 22....critical error loading wallets. Won't open at all now.

What do I need to do to recover my coins?

Hi ESM, it does sound like you have a bad wallet.dat file. If you are using multiple wallets, the trick is to find out which one is corrupted.

I have a FAQ about bad wallets
https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/9590-hbn-trouble-shooting-guide-wallet-corruption/

If you can identify which wallet is bad, you can restore that one from backup, or you can try to rename it to wallet.dat and run -salvagewallet.

If you still have issues after reading over and trying this guide, you can PM. This has happened to 3 or 4 other people over the last year, and I or they were able to get back all the coins.

Thank you so much for your quick response!

I read your message and the linked help as soon as I saw it but I think I was able to mess things up further before I read it. Furthermore I feel foolish for bothering you'all over 108 or so HBN ...but then it again it was the only HBN I had....+ 37 I have recovered.

This is where I am at. Unfortunately I did not understand the interdependency of the database and wallet files as I deleted everything but the wallet file when I reloaded...before i posted here. Sad
That is what most other wallets suggest to do ...or at least in my little bit of experience.

I was running multiple wallets including the general wallet, "savings" and then the system created a 3rd "stake". I seemed to be able to open the general wallet that had 37 and sent that to an exchange for the moment. It seems the "savings" wallet was the corrupt one as I cannot get that to open by renaming it to wallet.dat. Through out my trials I think I tried about every combination of wallets and database files ....I happened to find a databse file in my recycle bin that might be from the day I deleted the data and therefore the one that was associated to the wallet originally....but I am not sure at that either.

To make a long story longer, I think I likely loaded the current version from the onset as I see I got my 1st HBN on April 25th from the giveaway thread. As the help file seems to be explaining how to recover from a version change problem....not sure if I am now SOL or what. I have managed to get myself this run time error now http://prntscr.com/3u6tvt

I see there have been a couple posts after my message and not sure if they suggest there is a utility to help?

I apologize for my ignorance as I do not understand the programming end of how this all works.

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June 19, 2014, 12:14:28 AM
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Need some help here.

I backed up my multiple wallet files, deleted everything, reinstalled and loaded blockchain and closed down moved my wallet files over and tried opening up and getting error 22....critical error loading wallets. Won't open at all now.

What do I need to do to recover my coins?

Hi ESM, it does sound like you have a bad wallet.dat file. If you are using multiple wallets, the trick is to find out which one is corrupted.

I have a FAQ about bad wallets
https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/9590-hbn-trouble-shooting-guide-wallet-corruption/

If you can identify which wallet is bad, you can restore that one from backup, or you can try to rename it to wallet.dat and run -salvagewallet.

If you still have issues after reading over and trying this guide, you can PM. This has happened to 3 or 4 other people over the last year, and I or they were able to get back all the coins.

Thank you so much for your quick response!

I read your message and the linked help as soon as I saw it but I think I was able to mess things up further before I read it. Furthermore I feel foolish for bothering you'all over 108 or so HBN ...but then it again it was the only HBN I had....+ 37 I have recovered.

This is where I am at. Unfortunately I did not understand the interdependency of the database and wallet files as I deleted everything but the wallet file when I reloaded...before i posted here. Sad
That is what most other wallets suggest to do ...or at least in my little bit of experience.

I was running multiple wallets including the general wallet, "savings" and then the system created a 3rd "stake". I seemed to be able to open the general wallet that had 37 and sent that to an exchange for the moment. It seems the "savings" wallet was the corrupt one as I cannot get that to open by renaming it to wallet.dat. Through out my trials I think I tried about every combination of wallets and database files ....I happened to find a databse file in my recycle bin that might be from the day I deleted the data and therefore the one that was associated to the wallet originally....but I am not sure at that either.

To make a long story longer, I think I likely loaded the current version from the onset as I see I got my 1st HBN on April 25th from the giveaway thread. As the help file seems to be explaining how to recover from a version change problem....not sure if I am now SOL or what. I have managed to get myself this run time error now http://prntscr.com/3u6tvt

I see there have been a couple posts after my message and not sure if they suggest there is a utility to help?

I apologize for my ignorance as I do not understand the programming end of how this all works.

No worries, we are all in this and learning it together.

So here is what you should do. #1 Get the most current version 1.4.0.1 from my github release page.   https://github.com/Tranz5/HoboNickels/releases/download/1.4.0.0/HoboNickels-qt-1.4.0.1.zip

I would suggest using this to replace your blk001.dat and txleveldb directory and then start it up.
http://wiki.hobonickels.info/index.php?title=Replace_Blockchain

I would also rename current wallets to something like noload_wallet-old1.dat noload_wallet-old2.dat noload_wallet-old3.dat etc.

Then start up the client. You will be up and running. But have no coins. After you are fully up to sync. Go back and rename your wallets as follows rename noload_wallet-old1.dat to wallet-old1.dat and then load it. If it loads ok, do the same, for the next.

After you are sure you know which one is bad. Shutdown the client. and then  rename it to noload_wallet-bad1.dat.

If you want to try it yourself you will need to learn to use the switches -datadir and -salvagewallet. Put your bad wallet into a new directory c:\hbnfix or something and make sure it is named wallet.dat and put your database dir in there as well. Then start up client with -datadir=c:\hbnfix -listen=0 -salvagewallet

You may need to use version 1.2 to salvage. It is on my release page. https://github.com/Tranz5/HoboNickels/releases/tag/1.2.2.0

If you are successful. you should be then able to load the wallet.dat into the new client and be off and running.

If you need help I can try for you as well. Just PM me an secure location of the bad wallet and database dir.

Good luck!


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June 19, 2014, 03:05:08 AM
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Royal Miners is now mining HoboNickels.  Royal Miners was created by mining enthusiasts for mining enthusiasts.  No registration required, simply mine with your wallet address as your username, and anything as a password.

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June 19, 2014, 10:00:27 AM
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Hi,

I have this version v1.4.0.1, but they are two days that the wallet is not synchronized. What should I do?
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June 19, 2014, 10:44:44 PM
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Hi,

I have this version v1.4.0.1, but they are two days that the wallet is not synchronized. What should I do?
thanks





Hi a bit more information could help.

Did the wallet seem to get stuck on a block? Sometimes a quick shutdown restart of the client can help.

Do you have a strong connection to the network? 8+ If not you can try to addnodes using rpc while the client is running. See here http://wiki.hobonickels.info/index.php?title=Node and here http://hbn.blockx.info/connected-nodes

You can also try to use our blkchain download, which will get you much for farther along.
http://wiki.hobonickels.info/index.php?title=Replace_Blockchain

Slower machines can take 12-24+ hours. But shouldn't be much more then that. I did a recent download on my brothers older machine a few weeks ago it took about 7 hrs.




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