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Author Topic: HoboNickels - HBN - High Fast Stake - Version 2.0! More Secure, Less Intensive  (Read 410401 times)
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June 19, 2016, 09:21:04 PM
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ok maybe

i know the exchange don't make the volume but be on a exchange where is a lot of traders make a big difference
this coins has no advertising

been on a big exchange make it more known, we need to try yobit again it s the best place for hbn for now

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my HBN  F1DMYtUYMV7fSVXphFLnAub7ACfLkunaQz
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June 19, 2016, 11:25:39 PM
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So I got the bootstrap finally loaded, now the wallet doesn't have any peers.  Do I need to set a custom peers?

Try this list, entered in file "HoboNickels.conf":

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addnode=101.165.17.118
addnode=98.208.92.222
addnode=98.115.147.74
addnode=77.239.40.91
addnode=178.33.64.23
addnode=192.95.29.15
addnode=72.46.152.25
addnode=83.255.66.19
addnode=114.167.234.104
addnode=209.188.18.52
addnode=5.135.139.202
addnode=74.193.37.37
addnode=98.208.92.22
addnode=68.229.135.60
addnode=76.103.102.5
addnode=207.245.41.195
addnode=117.18.165.20
addnode=173.218.97.13
addnode=173.66.42.17
addnode=96.235.180.4
addnode=81.4.210.8
addnode=74.105.78.
addnode=96.27.100.241
addnode=108.218.245.125
addnode=104.172.24.7
addnode=81.89.56.17
addnode=78.238.254.18
addnode=79.69.27.6
addnode=50.149.214.13

How do you addnodes= (peers) to the HoboNickels.conf file?
The file doesn't exist in my HoboNickels folder. I tried inserting my nodes list from another wallet using the console but it didn't work. My new wallets on 2 different computers (Windows XP and Windows 7) can't find peers.
Has anyone trying to install a new wallet recently have similar problems?

My old wallet on my original computer (XP) works perfectly.
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June 20, 2016, 12:23:39 AM
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you need to create the file. be sure windows doesn't add .txt at the end of it. it also needs to go into the data folder (the one with the wallet.dat)
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June 20, 2016, 01:30:28 AM
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you need to create the file. be sure windows doesn't add .txt at the end of it. it also needs to go into the data folder (the one with the wallet.dat)

Thanks. I did create a HoboNickels.conf file in the same folder as the wallet.dat and peers.dat but that didn't work. Windows did add a .txt ending to it which I got rid of. I tried hobonickels.conf in lower case as well. Zilch.

My debug file reported:
"ERROR:Caddman: :Read() : open failed" and
"ERROR: GetMyExternalIP() : connection to ... failed"
"No valid UPnP IGDs found"

After seeing your message I created another .conf file in notepad, but saved it as "all files" .conf to avoid the .txt extention. Still getting same debug errors, then "Unloading wallet" and "HoboNickels exited". My firewall is set to allow HoboNickels. I'm using the same modem as my good HoboNickels wallet.

I'm wondering whether some ISPs are blocking peer-to-peer connections and whether it's new wallet installations that are affected?
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June 20, 2016, 03:59:26 AM
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My debug file reported:
"ERROR:Caddman: :Read() : open failed" and
"ERROR: GetMyExternalIP() : connection to ... failed"
"No valid UPnP IGDs found"

After seeing your message I created another .conf file in notepad, but saved it as "all files" .conf to avoid the .txt extention. Still getting same debug errors, then "Unloading wallet" and "HoboNickels exited". My firewall is set to allow HoboNickels. I'm using the same modem as my good HoboNickels wallet.

I'm wondering whether some ISPs are blocking peer-to-peer connections and whether it's new wallet installations that are affected?

enable UPnP on your modem/router

PROBLEM SOLVED ... THANKS! I had assumed that my modem had UPnP enabled since all my other wallets supplied by that modem were all working well. I went into my modem's settings and enabled UPnP. My two new HoboNickels wallets are now syncing away.

I was installing them to see if there were any problems as was reported earlier by one contributor. I also wanted to use the addnode= function.

So for anyone experiencing peer-to-peer node problems with their wallet try addnodes= from a list of peers, make sure your firewall is set to allow your wallet's QT .exe, and make sure UPnP is enabled on your modem.

Strange - I wonder why I never had this problem with all my other wallets over the last few years using the same modem.
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June 20, 2016, 07:34:07 AM
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PROBLEM SOLVED ... THANKS! I had assumed that my modem had UPnP enabled since all my other wallets supplied by that modem were all working well. I went into my modem's settings and enabled UPnP. My two new HoboNickels wallets are now syncing away.

I was installing them to see if there were any problems as was reported earlier by one contributor. I also wanted to use the addnode= function.

So for anyone experiencing peer-to-peer node problems with their wallet try addnodes= from a list of peers, make sure your firewall is set to allow your wallet's QT .exe, and make sure UPnP is enabled on your modem.

Strange - I wonder why I never had this problem with all my other wallets over the last few years using the same modem.

Hobo is unique Wink

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June 20, 2016, 11:38:37 AM
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My debug file reported:
"ERROR:Caddman: :Read() : open failed" and
"ERROR: GetMyExternalIP() : connection to ... failed"
"No valid UPnP IGDs found"

After seeing your message I created another .conf file in notepad, but saved it as "all files" .conf to avoid the .txt extention. Still getting same debug errors, then "Unloading wallet" and "HoboNickels exited". My firewall is set to allow HoboNickels. I'm using the same modem as my good HoboNickels wallet.

I'm wondering whether some ISPs are blocking peer-to-peer connections and whether it's new wallet installations that are affected?

enable UPnP on your modem/router

PROBLEM SOLVED ... THANKS! I had assumed that my modem had UPnP enabled since all my other wallets supplied by that modem were all working well. I went into my modem's settings and enabled UPnP. My two new HoboNickels wallets are now syncing away.

I was installing them to see if there were any problems as was reported earlier by one contributor. I also wanted to use the addnode= function.

So for anyone experiencing peer-to-peer node problems with their wallet try addnodes= from a list of peers, make sure your firewall is set to allow your wallet's QT .exe, and make sure UPnP is enabled on your modem.

Strange - I wonder why I never had this problem with all my other wallets over the last few years using the same modem.


i don't think it s was a upnp problem , the wallet should sync without open ports
but it help to get lot more nodes

my wallets have not open ports, i can't open them , and they working fine





my BTC  3Lt6aNAsetewmMsgnjHtx659qcVchhS2nK
my HBN  F1DMYtUYMV7fSVXphFLnAub7ACfLkunaQz
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June 20, 2016, 12:00:40 PM
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PROBLEM SOLVED ... THANKS! I had assumed that my modem had UPnP enabled since all my other wallets supplied by that modem were all working well. I went into my modem's settings and enabled UPnP. My two new HoboNickels wallets are now syncing away.

I was installing them to see if there were any problems as was reported earlier by one contributor. I also wanted to use the addnode= function.

So for anyone experiencing peer-to-peer node problems with their wallet try addnodes= from a list of peers, make sure your firewall is set to allow your wallet's QT .exe, and make sure UPnP is enabled on your modem.

Strange - I wonder why I never had this problem with all my other wallets over the last few years using the same modem.


i don't think it s was a upnp problem , the wallet should sync without open ports
but it help to get lot more nodes

my wallets have not open ports, i can't open them , and they working fine

All my other wallets, including my usual HBN wallet, all work without UPnP enabled in my modem. From my experience it seems to be new installations that need UPnP enabled. Try it. It takes just a few minutes to download the latest HBN wallet and start a new installation. It will quickly become clear if no peers are being connected. The debug file will also confirm this.

When UPnP was enabled I did notice a very significant increase in the number of connections, also with my normal HBN wallet. It currently is 62. Usually it is a handful - certainly less than 10.

I'd be interested in hearing from anyone installing a new wallet without UPnP enabled in their modems and only UPnP enabled in their wallets (default setting). Was your experience similar to mine?

Maybe this is far fetched but I'm wondering whether it is possible in some way that someone could be making it more difficult, or blocking connections that are not UPnP enabled for their own selfish reasons?

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June 20, 2016, 01:02:26 PM
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... bad ... cryptopia

Do you know what you are talking about? Another "good" exchange would mean a rising price? You have found the culprit, happy trading!

yes stuff are going bad with cryptopia
they are doing unprofessional stuff,posting personal information of user on the forum, dislisting coins  because someone they don't like post in the coin thread  Huh

they also dis-list DMD,ether and more, ho wanna trade there ?  definitely no future there

Ok , normally I would stay out of this.

However, there is a little too much slander for my taste.
Cryptopia is a Great Exchange, and they are passionate about their work.
I have kept up with the goings on between them and the coins you mentioned,
Cryptopia is at No Fault for defending their rep.
(And if that other coin had done a chain swap like I suggested, then that final friction between them would not have happened, at least not yet anyway)

Dmd caused their own problem with their updated wallet code,
Cryptonit was fairly diplomatic during the process, but their paid dev (old Phoenix coin dev never showed up to help correct the issue.)
So if the paid Dmd Dev fixes the code , it may get back on cryptopia on the next version  (at least according to Cryptonit's posts.)

If you want other exchanges , then Bleutrade is 2 BTC or Bittrex is 3 BTC .
Considerate the fact that EDRCoin 24 hour volume on Cryptopia is EDRC/BTC    $ 86,293    
It is hardly the exchange, it is the traders that make the Volume!

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Exchange Blaming because you don't like the Coin's Price is Pointless and Bad Form.


Almost true , but consider exchange where total amount of deposit is 100x bigger than on cryptopia with thousands of trades a minute .. this is an advantage , if HBN get noticed because of some interesting news  there is a potential to pour a lot of crypto into it in  no time . This wont happen on inferior cryptopia that easily

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June 20, 2016, 01:37:51 PM
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... bad ... cryptopia

Do you know what you are talking about? Another "good" exchange would mean a rising price? You have found the culprit, happy trading!

yes stuff are going bad with cryptopia
they are doing unprofessional stuff,posting personal information of user on the forum, dislisting coins  because someone they don't like post in the coin thread  Huh

they also dis-list DMD,ether and more, ho wanna trade there ?  definitely no future there

Ok , normally I would stay out of this.

However, there is a little too much slander for my taste.
Cryptopia is a Great Exchange, and they are passionate about their work.
I have kept up with the goings on between them and the coins you mentioned,
Cryptopia is at No Fault for defending their rep.
(And if that other coin had done a chain swap like I suggested, then that final friction between them would not have happened, at least not yet anyway)

Dmd caused their own problem with their updated wallet code,
Cryptonit was fairly diplomatic during the process, but their paid dev (old Phoenix coin dev never showed up to help correct the issue.)
So if the paid Dmd Dev fixes the code , it may get back on cryptopia on the next version  (at least according to Cryptonit's posts.)

If you want other exchanges , then Bleutrade is 2 BTC or Bittrex is 3 BTC .
Considerate the fact that EDRCoin 24 hour volume on Cryptopia is EDRC/BTC    $ 86,293    
It is hardly the exchange, it is the traders that make the Volume!

 Cool

FYI:
Exchange Blaming because you don't like the Coin's Price is Pointless and Bad Form.


Almost true , but consider exchange where total amount of deposit is 100x bigger than on cryptopia with thousands of trades a minute .. this is an advantage , if HBN get noticed because of some interesting news  there is a potential to pour a lot of crypto into it in  no time . This wont happen on inferior cryptopia that easily

First of all, calling Cryptopia "inferior" is inflammatory. We are lucky to be on that exchange. OK, it is one of many exchanges that are striving to become firmly established, but it has served me well and I actually prefer it to some of the much larger exchanges.

Secondly, instead of negging out, why don't you get off your arse and do something about it you Moaning Minnie? If you want another exchange, don't drag others down. Start a co-ordinated movement to convince another exchange to take HoboNickels on.

Finally, I suggest that you might want to look at ways to stimulate volume. I have a few ideas of my own which I might want to bring into fruition at an appropriate time.

Stop the carping and do something positive.
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June 20, 2016, 06:03:55 PM
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PROBLEM SOLVED ... THANKS! I had assumed that my modem had UPnP enabled since all my other wallets supplied by that modem were all working well. I went into my modem's settings and enabled UPnP. My two new HoboNickels wallets are now syncing away.

I was installing them to see if there were any problems as was reported earlier by one contributor. I also wanted to use the addnode= function.

So for anyone experiencing peer-to-peer node problems with their wallet try addnodes= from a list of peers, make sure your firewall is set to allow your wallet's QT .exe, and make sure UPnP is enabled on your modem.

Strange - I wonder why I never had this problem with all my other wallets over the last few years using the same modem.


i don't think it s was a upnp problem , the wallet should sync without open ports
but it help to get lot more nodes

my wallets have not open ports, i can't open them , and they working fine

All my other wallets, including my usual HBN wallet, all work without UPnP enabled in my modem. From my experience it seems to be new installations that need UPnP enabled. Try it. It takes just a few minutes to download the latest HBN wallet and start a new installation. It will quickly become clear if no peers are being connected. The debug file will also confirm this.

When UPnP was enabled I did notice a very significant increase in the number of connections, also with my normal HBN wallet. It currently is 62. Usually it is a handful - certainly less than 10.

I'd be interested in hearing from anyone installing a new wallet without UPnP enabled in their modems and only UPnP enabled in their wallets (default setting). Was your experience similar to mine?

Maybe this is far fetched but I'm wondering whether it is possible in some way that someone could be making it more difficult, or blocking connections that are not UPnP enabled for their own selfish reasons?



yes it s possible

i start a new wallet a big month ago an an other computer, i did also have no connection
so i copy the peer and blockchain from my other computer  so i had a list of peers

my BTC  3Lt6aNAsetewmMsgnjHtx659qcVchhS2nK
my HBN  F1DMYtUYMV7fSVXphFLnAub7ACfLkunaQz
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June 21, 2016, 10:20:45 AM
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aaaaaaaaand down to 80 sats.... but the Price doesnt matter and doesnt reflect anything right ?
Everything is fine. No Overhaul needed!

Just wait until Africa and Wallstreet accept HBN because there is no Competition and it has a Blockchain plus you can send coins over a laggy client, that takes an Eternity to sync and even bring modern Day PCs to its Knees.

HOW AWESOME IS THAT ?

lol fools

Keep on dancing on your shitpile.
I am out.

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June 21, 2016, 01:14:02 PM
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aaaaaaaaand down to 80 sats.... but the Price doesnt matter and doesnt reflect anything right ?
Everything is fine. No Overhaul needed!

Just wait until Africa and Wallstreet accept HBN because there is no Competition and it has a Blockchain plus you can send coins over a laggy client, that takes an Eternity to sync and even bring modern Day PCs to its Knees.

HOW AWESOME IS THAT ?

lol fools

Keep on dancing on your shitpile.
I am out.
Good riddance! And don't come back you rat turd. Take all your shitty sock puppets with you.
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June 21, 2016, 10:37:25 PM
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aaaaaaaaand down to 80 sats.... but the Price doesnt matter and doesnt reflect anything right ?
Everything is fine. No Overhaul needed!

Just wait until Africa and Wallstreet accept HBN because there is no Competition and it has a Blockchain plus you can send coins over a laggy client, that takes an Eternity
 to sync and even bring modern Day PCs to its Knees.

HOW AWESOME IS THAT ?

lol fools

Keep on dancing on your shitpile.
I am out.


Ok guys sell all lets buy waves, looks no way like a scam

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June 22, 2016, 02:22:22 AM
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aaaaaaaaand down to 80 sats.... but the Price doesnt matter and doesnt reflect anything right ?
Everything is fine. No Overhaul needed!

Just wait until Africa and Wallstreet accept HBN because there is no Competition and it has a Blockchain plus you can send coins over a laggy client, that takes an Eternity
 to sync and even bring modern Day PCs to its Knees.

HOW AWESOME IS THAT ?

lol fools

Keep on dancing on your shitpile.
I am out.


Ok guys sell all lets buy waves, looks no way like a scam

waves is so bad that after ICO its still at almost ICO price Smiley
HBN.. i have sold most but this is a real coin. even if Tranz left it

yolo
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June 22, 2016, 07:35:00 AM
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Ok guys sell all lets buy waves, looks no way like a scam

Personally NO,

1.  It is a sterile token, would rather gamble at blackjack
2.  they say "Inspired by NXT cryptocurrency WAVES"
2nd reason is reason enough NXT sucks and they were inspired by that.  Tongue

Wish you the best with it.  Smiley

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June 22, 2016, 07:37:34 AM
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I am out.

See , I told you guys if we all kept selling he would cash out.   Cheesy

We can start buying back next week when BTC is lower.   Wink


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June 22, 2016, 11:57:11 AM
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I have 60k HBM & I will hold onto them until the coin officially lives or dies. HBN was one of my favorite coins in my portfolio, it still is even though it has been going through some tough times.

So has Tranz moved on & stopped with supporting the code?

I think that if Tranz had stopped supporting HBN he would have told us about it by now. He has said that he has other things going on in his life that restrict his time appearing in this thread and answering all questions under the sun. PressTab would also know since he was involved with HoboNickels from a very early stage. PressTab is still very much around.

Perhaps Tranz is enjoying the speculation and the low HBN price. Perhaps he knows something!
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June 22, 2016, 04:24:18 PM
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it's speculative, but what isn't at this point - BTC drops 10% in a day, ETH drops 50%.

in anycase, to buy low and sell high, you actually have to buy low

so, if not HBN whats a better POS coin to invest in? 

(whoever came up with the proof of stake acronym, should have thought that though)
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June 23, 2016, 01:45:56 AM
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A surprising amount of negative attacks on HBN over the last week.  Seems like a play right out of page 7 on 'How to accumulate crypto at bargain prices".


Yes, negative attacks only happen to coins with potential (either already realized or in the future)

Thats actually a great point. FUDers have no reason to waste their time on a coin that has no potential. Just shows that someone is looking to grab some HBN cheap.
Roll Eyes                 ... I think this summarises what has been happening quite well.
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