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August 14, 2018, 07:16:34 PM
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the fork point (last block identical in both chains) is 5938411, time Aug 13, 2018 23:08:20 GMT
for those who want to jump on cryptopia chain:
close wallet, backup your chain and your conf file,
roll back your chain to any state before the fork time (use any snapshot you're confident in),
restrict your connections in conf this way (only temporary!):
connect=23.233.2.252
listen=0
sync up, restore conf file, restart

P.S. i hate checkpoint servers


2018-08-13 23:08:29 SetBestChain: new best=83098def1d6847f86f41 height=5938411 trust=4071788861351071 blocktrust=12008800421 date=08/13/18 23:08:20
2018-08-13 23:08:29 ProcessBlock: ACCEPTED
2018-08-13 23:08:30 socket recv error 10054
2018-08-13 23:08:40 CheckStake() : new proof-of-stake block found
 hash: ad80e825a24331412c7088d7a9caecc84e84b62cce6de3366d99961271fdadd2
proofhash: 000013aa4bf1e6664c0dbb8285cb1758e8de0bde33a15234e06f7d160b06e569
target: 000062dad02fa400000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
2018-08-13 23:08:40 CBlock(hash=ad80e825a24331412c7088d7a9caecc84e84b62cce6de3366d99961271fdadd2, ver=4, hashPrevBlock=83098def1d6847f86f41b31ebad8ec444a5f8a6b59565cf9f9df472f07ee7db3, hashMerkleRoot=3b298f49b0cbb83f972c2a64a20159c1142f0f2cc2a5aba42d850b691219fe4b, nTime=1534201690, nBits=1c5a1e64, nNonce=0, vtx=2, vchBlockSig=3044022074a70e2e8f3daba11b1e8ef592a90ce7a152233220dac30614dc1306c50cf22802203b4899c53eda25d5772bda317d3a996cd23a23b7cceb7f4ec58a774544a38377)
 Coinbase(hash=572f376171, nTime=1534201690, ver=1, vin.size=1 vout.size=1 nLockTime=0)
    CTxIn(COutPoint(0000000000, 4294967295), coinbase 03ec9c5a0101)
    CTxOut(empty)
 Coinstake(hash=e856f357fc, nTime=1534201690, ver=1, vin.size=1 vout.size=2 nLockTime=0)
    CTxIn(COutPoint(3e31620ef1, 1), scriptSig=3044022001face51e15720fd)
    CTxOut(empty)
    CTxOut(nValue=4351.111582, scriptPubKey=03cdfe32899bab013be0ba626d3afcd03634b6f1ef7642c2174b5a78d1092ac408 OP_CHECKSIG)
 vMerkleTree:  572f376171f4e3e982d330907e5d13d8365e8f9b2c918b254a83bfdde11b7093 e856f357fccbe1a39e33202dee842070cfc64d9d76339de21b7a8c77b6ccb555 3b298f49b0cbb83f972c2a64a20159c1142f0f2cc2a5aba42d850b691219fe4b
2018-08-13 23:08:40 out 4351.111582
2018-08-13 23:08:40 ERROR: ProcessBlock() : duplicate proof-of-stake (COutPoint(3e31620ef1, 1), 1534201690) for block ad80e825a24331412c7088d7a9caecc84e84b62cce6de3366d99961271fdadd2
2018-08-13 23:08:40 ERROR: CheckStake() : ProcessBlock, block not accepted
2018-08-13 23:08:42 socket recv error 10053

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August 14, 2018, 07:38:10 PM
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i don't see the point of this block chunk  Roll Eyes
that stake wasn't accepted on any chain, prolly orphaned, isn't it normal..
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August 14, 2018, 08:20:03 PM
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i don't see the point of this block chunk  Roll Eyes
that stake wasn't accepted on any chain, prolly orphaned, isn't it normal..

yep thats the point  Wink why block 5938411 ?

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August 14, 2018, 08:34:04 PM
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i don't see the point of this block chunk  Roll Eyes
that stake wasn't accepted on any chain, prolly orphaned, isn't it normal..

yep thats the point  Wink why block 5938411 ?

if you mean why it forked ask the dev and the checkpoint server guy, i can only help to sync when needed
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August 14, 2018, 08:37:08 PM
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i don't see the point of this block chunk  Roll Eyes
that stake wasn't accepted on any chain, prolly orphaned, isn't it normal..

yep thats the point  Wink why block 5938411 ?

if you mean why it forked ask the dev and the checkpoint server guy, i can only help to sync when needed

ok thx 4 help  Smiley

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August 14, 2018, 09:39:09 PM
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Looks like there are a few splits. The checkpoint server went offline to do VPS failure. The chain had some issues and didn't' hold together.  I would suggest holding all sends until this is resolved.

Cryptopia seems to be in the best shape. I am going to get the checkpoint server back online and on that chain then start issuing checkpoints. I will release a new tar ball with the full chain once I have it.

HBN: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=303749.0 hobonickels.info
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Looks like there are a few splits. The checkpoint server went offline to do VPS failure. The chain had some issues and didn't' hold together.  I would suggest holding all sends until this is resolved.

Cryptopia seems to be in the best shape. I am going to get the checkpoint server back online and on that chain then start issuing checkpoints. I will release a new tar ball with the full chain once I have it.

Thx Tranz 4 the information  Cool

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August 14, 2018, 09:45:40 PM
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the fork point (last block identical in both chains) is 5938411, time Aug 13, 2018 23:08:20 GMT
for those who want to jump on cryptopia chain:
close wallet, backup your chain and your conf file,
roll back your chain to any state before the fork time (use any snapshot you're confident in),
restrict your connections in conf this way (only temporary!):
connect=23.233.2.252
listen=0
sync up, restore conf file, restart

P.S. i hate checkpoint servers



Can you please explain how to rollback the chain within the hobonickels wallet?
Would much appreciate it.
thanks

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August 14, 2018, 10:04:15 PM
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the fork point (last block identical in both chains) is 5938411, time Aug 13, 2018 23:08:20 GMT
for those who want to jump on cryptopia chain:
close wallet, backup your chain and your conf file,
roll back your chain to any state before the fork time (use any snapshot you're confident in),
restrict your connections in conf this way (only temporary!):
connect=23.233.2.252
listen=0
sync up, restore conf file, restart

P.S. i hate checkpoint servers



Can you please explain how to rollback the chain within the hobonickels wallet?
Would much appreciate it.
thanks

"rollback" simply means you replace your chain data with a snapshot dated back enough,
i believe an official one is here:
http://hobonickels.info/HBNBlockChain.zip
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August 14, 2018, 10:09:19 PM
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the fork point (last block identical in both chains) is 5938411, time Aug 13, 2018 23:08:20 GMT
for those who want to jump on cryptopia chain:
close wallet, backup your chain and your conf file,
roll back your chain to any state before the fork time (use any snapshot you're confident in),
restrict your connections in conf this way (only temporary!):
connect=23.233.2.252
listen=0
sync up, restore conf file, restart

P.S. i hate checkpoint servers



Can you please explain how to rollback the chain within the hobonickels wallet?
Would much appreciate it.
thanks



"rollback" simply means you replace your chain data with a snapshot dated back enough,
i believe an official one is here:
http://hobonickels.info/HBNBlockChain.zip




Thanks for explaining. Tought there is a feature that i missed out. ** FOMO 
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Happy Tranz is here to help. Hope we get this glitch fixed witout interruption of cryptopia.




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August 14, 2018, 11:06:58 PM
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The checkpoint server is now up and running on the following chain.

2018-08-14 23:05:31 SetBestChain: new best=000000351e1028c9358d height=5939094 trust=4072614652097797 blocktrust=69 date=08/14/18 23:04:15

I am working on a block chain download right now. But it will be a few hours before it is ready.

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August 14, 2018, 11:35:06 PM
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While it is getting ready. You can revert to your own older copy and do the following.

rename peers.dat to peers.dat_old

and set your conf file to these nodes

connect=89.236.137.142:7372
connect=69.197.188.186:7372
connect=77.121.153.138:7372
connect=88.110.55.193:7372

Then after you are caught backup and up to speed with the checkpoint (getinfo should equal getcheckpoint)

Then you can shutdown and and restart without the connect nodes.


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August 15, 2018, 02:51:17 AM
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so how can you tell if your on the correct chain?

getinfo shows the block height, but thats about it.  Looks like i'm close to being on the correct chain.
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August 15, 2018, 02:55:39 AM
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How do I know if I'm in the correct chain

I did exactly what Tranz recommend: and I got


getcheckpoint
"height" : 5939276

getinfo
"blocks" : 5939276
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August 15, 2018, 03:05:53 AM
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How do I know if I'm in the correct chain

I did exactly what Tranz recommend: and I got


getcheckpoint
"height" : 5939276

getinfo
"blocks" : 5939276

well the blocks are gonna change every 30secs?  (I don't remember the block time)  Just as long as the checkpoint and the block count from getinfo match?  Is that what Im looking for?
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August 15, 2018, 03:27:14 AM
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How do I know if I'm in the correct chain

I did exactly what Tranz recommend: and I got


getcheckpoint
"height" : 5939276

getinfo
"blocks" : 5939276

well the blocks are gonna change every 30secs?  (I don't remember the block time)  Just as long as the checkpoint and the block count from getinfo match?  Is that what Im looking for?

yes pretty much.

You can also check to make sure that block 5939314 has a hash value of 000000000e135c69438581060c15d5c616bee04475df7811b8f957d149e9a1f5 via the block browser or the rpc call.

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August 15, 2018, 03:47:34 AM
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How do I know if I'm in the correct chain

I did exactly what Tranz recommend: and I got


getcheckpoint
"height" : 5939276

getinfo
"blocks" : 5939276

well the blocks are gonna change every 30secs?  (I don't remember the block time)  Just as long as the checkpoint and the block count from getinfo match?  Is that what Im looking for?

yes pretty much.

You can also check to make sure that block 5939314 has a hash value of 000000000e135c69438581060c15d5c616bee04475df7811b8f957d149e9a1f5 via the block browser or the rpc call.

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How do I know if I'm in the correct chain

I did exactly what Tranz recommend: and I got


getcheckpoint
"height" : 5939276

getinfo
"blocks" : 5939276

LOL. my OCD is twitching that its called 'height' in one place and 'blocks' in another.
inconsitent labelling. ow ow ow ow!

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August 15, 2018, 04:31:58 AM
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the fork point (last block identical in both chains) is 5938411, time Aug 13, 2018 23:08:20 GMT
for those who want to jump on cryptopia chain:
close wallet, backup your chain and your conf file,
roll back your chain to any state before the fork time (use any snapshot you're confident in),
restrict your connections in conf this way (only temporary!):
connect=23.233.2.252
listen=0
sync up, restore conf file, restart

P.S. i hate checkpoint servers


blush, that's my IP Smiley
my 24/7 hobo daemon.

however, my ip number does change every couple months, better to use
addnode (or connect)=coins.dognose.net

names, not numbers.


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August 15, 2018, 04:50:51 AM
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can someone help me out with mining HBN?

it has been about 6 years since I've solo mined a coin, and I dont want to piece it all together.  This is what I'm thinkin

1 - I create a .conf file - but i'm not sure what its name is supposed to be.  wallet.conf, hobonickle.conf ?
2 - I put the RPC information in there - the u/n p/w port and IP address
3- Then I point the Asic to the local IP address of the QT wallet, with the u/n p/w and port number

Is that it?

Might help stabilize the network some, and there's another 61K blocks until POW goes away, so ... why not.
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