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Author Topic: HoboNickels - HBN - High Fast Stake - Version 2.0! More Secure, Less Intensive  (Read 400158 times)
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January 24, 2014, 11:49:16 AM
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when loading the wallet what name format should it be in?

like i want to call mine stake and one trade wallet how do i name them?

I also had some naming issues when I started. I've simply called my wallets 'wallet-income.dat' and 'wallet-stake.dat'. This worked for me.
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January 24, 2014, 02:47:52 PM
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when loading the wallet what name format should it be in?

like i want to call mine stake and one trade wallet how do i name them?

I also had some naming issues when I started. I've simply called my wallets 'wallet-income.dat' and 'wallet-stake.dat'. This worked for me.

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January 24, 2014, 11:44:34 PM
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2% stake every 10 days is a fixed ratio or just max stake possible? Like Nxt still depends on possibility.

100% year is Max, 1% is lowest.

        // HoboNickels: reward for coin-year is cut in half every 64x multiply of PoS difficulty
        // A reasonably continuous curve is used to avoid shock to market
        // (bnRewardCoinYearLimit / nRewardCoinYear) ** 4 == bnProofOfStakeLimit / bnTarget
        //
        // Human readable form:
        //
        // nRewardCoinYear = 1 / (posdiff ^ 1/4)

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January 25, 2014, 04:04:06 AM
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Working on new build box. Got it all working with QT5.2, Boost 1.55 and UPNP with QRCodes. It is now static variable, no more dlls!

I have a build here. I would like a few other tests from other people before I make it offical.

http://www.fileswap.com/dl/SAAEtp2zIQ/

 md5sum HoboNickels-qt.rar
418c6052338c11db2b28d3907664679e *HoboNickels-qt.rar


Just let me know your win version and any other information you may think relevant.  Then flip your HBN address, maybe I give out a few.

HBN: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=303749.0
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January 25, 2014, 05:26:04 AM
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I tried restarting it for few times in my PC. Take average 2~3 minutes to start the wallet. Little bit faster than current wallet.
By the way, is it normal for HBN wallet take longer time to load than other altcoin wallet? I think it's because of the pow/pos and multiple wallet feaature right?

- Basically the same wallet except a newer QT ver.
- Same ram/cpu usage: still less than 300MB ram consumption in my WIN7
- No problem loading after deleting all DLL in roaming folder

WIN 7 32BIT / I5 CPU / 4GB Ram

HBN: Esx2rXt4Sdq92Mdbeg4RHXtnJUGEAJK878
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January 25, 2014, 05:31:01 AM
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I tried restarting it for few times in my PC. Take average 2~3 minutes to start the wallet. Little bit faster than current wallet.
By the way, is it normal for HBN wallet take longer time to load than other altcoin wallet? I think it's because of the pow/pos and multiple wallet feaature right?

- Basically the same wallet except a newer QT ver.
- Same ram/cpu usage: still less than 300MB ram consumption in my WIN7
- No problem loading after deleting all DLL in roaming folder

WIN 7 32BIT / I5 CPU / 4GB Ram

HBN: Esx2rXt4Sdq92Mdbeg4RHXtnJUGEAJK878

Thanks. Yes it is normal, many Pos/Pow clients suffer the same fate. Plus 30 sec block time adds to the issues. My next goal is a x64 bit client.

Sent you some HBN.

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January 25, 2014, 01:25:20 PM
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PoS newb question, sorry...
1. The wiki says that the coins must remain undisturbed in the wallet. Does that mean that I cannot transfer coins into the wallet?
2. If I run the daemon on a headless server (VPS) - will I be able to mint coins deposited into that wallet?

Thank you.
 

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January 25, 2014, 01:36:41 PM
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PoS newb question, sorry...
1. The wiki says that the coins must remain undisturbed in the wallet. Does that mean that I cannot transfer coins into the wallet?
2. If I run the daemon on a headless server (VPS) - will I be able to mint coins deposited into that wallet?

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1 : Yes, your coin will "mint" after 10 days, if you don't touch them. Leave them alone, on your wallet
2 : No idea what is a "headless" server, but if your server is connected to the Internet, and your wallet is sync, you will receive some Stake Wink

For example, I did some test buying 10'000 HBN on cryptsy the 9th.
Now I have :
10279.68094800
(It's more than 2%)

For my "mining" wallet :
1008.18358500
I had "only" ~990 some days ago.

Now, I'm trying to mine "non stop" for 10 days, with the same hashrate, to see what will happen in 10 days, how it will grow.

BTW, yesterday night, the HBN price explode on cryptsy after going a little bit down again.

BTCTC: 1JiQmXauxsgc5aEygF7soxkaB717VgWVdH
HBN: EtWqbeUGWNYoB7WgW8ML14rxoxx7Bs4ySw
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January 25, 2014, 02:10:50 PM
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PoS newb question, sorry...
1. The wiki says that the coins must remain undisturbed in the wallet. Does that mean that I cannot transfer coins into the wallet?
2. If I run the daemon on a headless server (VPS) - will I be able to mint coins deposited into that wallet?

Thank you.
 

1 : Yes, your coin will "mint" after 10 days, if you don't touch them. Leave them alone, on your wallet
2 : No idea what is a "headless" server, but if your server is connected to the Internet, and your wallet is sync, you will receive some Stake Wink

For example, I did some test buying 10'000 HBN on cryptsy the 9th.
Now I have :
10279.68094800
(It's more than 2%)

For my "mining" wallet :
1008.18358500
I had "only" ~990 some days ago.

Now, I'm trying to mine "non stop" for 10 days, with the same hashrate, to see what will happen in 10 days, how it will grow.

BTW, yesterday night, the HBN price explode on cryptsy after going a little bit down again.

Sorry - headless means no monitor - thus no GUI for the interface. The wallet is built from the linux source on github.  Thank you for the info. I'll try to keep my mining and stake separate.

Yeah I saw the pump and dump last night. Right when I wanted to get started with HBN too. I managed to pick up some on the low side after the fall.

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January 25, 2014, 02:34:56 PM
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PoS newb question, sorry...
1. The wiki says that the coins must remain undisturbed in the wallet. Does that mean that I cannot transfer coins into the wallet?
2. If I run the daemon on a headless server (VPS) - will I be able to mint coins deposited into that wallet?

Thank you.
 

1 : Yes, your coin will "mint" after 10 days, if you don't touch them. Leave them alone, on your wallet
2 : No idea what is a "headless" server, but if your server is connected to the Internet, and your wallet is sync, you will receive some Stake Wink

For example, I did some test buying 10'000 HBN on cryptsy the 9th.
Now I have :
10279.68094800
(It's more than 2%)

For my "mining" wallet :
1008.18358500
I had "only" ~990 some days ago.

Now, I'm trying to mine "non stop" for 10 days, with the same hashrate, to see what will happen in 10 days, how it will grow.

BTW, yesterday night, the HBN price explode on cryptsy after going a little bit down again.

Yea that was me moving the price. Loading up on HBN for my Investment Fund. Checkout my Journal. I will being doing an update later on this weekend. I have to keep my eye on the SciFi launch.
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January 26, 2014, 06:25:00 PM
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PoS newb question, sorry...
1. The wiki says that the coins must remain undisturbed in the wallet. Does that mean that I cannot transfer coins into the wallet?
2. If I run the daemon on a headless server (VPS) - will I be able to mint coins deposited into that wallet?

Thank you.
  

You can always add coins to a wallet, it will not change the age of the coins already there. Only when you transfer out will you lose coins days on some of the coins. Which coins you use can be controlled with the Coin Control interface.

HBN: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=303749.0
hobonickels.info HBN F1TranzWqFGZyFeTMu6iLbtTQgdXuJPsiL
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January 26, 2014, 06:28:25 PM
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PoS newb question, sorry...
1. The wiki says that the coins must remain undisturbed in the wallet. Does that mean that I cannot transfer coins into the wallet?
2. If I run the daemon on a headless server (VPS) - will I be able to mint coins deposited into that wallet?

Thank you.
 

1 : Yes, your coin will "mint" after 10 days, if you don't touch them. Leave them alone, on your wallet
2 : No idea what is a "headless" server, but if your server is connected to the Internet, and your wallet is sync, you will receive some Stake Wink

For example, I did some test buying 10'000 HBN on cryptsy the 9th.
Now I have :
10279.68094800
(It's more than 2%)

For my "mining" wallet :
1008.18358500
I had "only" ~990 some days ago.

Now, I'm trying to mine "non stop" for 10 days, with the same hashrate, to see what will happen in 10 days, how it will grow.

BTW, yesterday night, the HBN price explode on cryptsy after going a little bit down again.

The only thing to be careful of with mining on the same wallet as you stake with is the fact that once you get many thousand of inputs which are old enough to stake, it can cause the gui/daemon to become sluggish. Once it gets to that point you will need to combine a few of the inputs into larger blocks.  I have to go through this about once every 6 months or so, with only a staking wallet.

I am looking at things to help with this and hope to release a more efficient staking algo with version 1.4.

HBN: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=303749.0
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January 27, 2014, 11:15:06 AM
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I have a question:
I have 5 Hobo in the wallet, which I got from a friend in the promotion HoboNickels 11 .01.2014, when you get me something in the "Stake"?
The wallet is a synchronized version 1.3
What am I doing wrong?
Do not see the importance of not "bring out the" HBN?

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January 27, 2014, 12:31:48 PM
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I have a question:
I have 5 Hobo in the wallet, which I got from a friend in the promotion HoboNickels 11 .01.2014, when you get me something in the "Stake"?
The wallet is a synchronized version 1.3
What am I doing wrong?
Do not see the importance of not "bring out the" HBN?

Once you are fully synchronized, let the wallet run for a bit longer, the 5 HBN will attempt to stake.

HBN: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=303749.0
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January 28, 2014, 12:43:40 AM
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Bitcointalk faucet removed due to new policy. If you are interested in running an automated web faucet let me know.

HBN: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=303749.0
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January 29, 2014, 07:31:42 AM
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Hi Tranz.
Didnt check this thread for a time, and now I see new version 1.3 released.
Does it works with multiwallet form previous version?

Deleted all files except 2 wallet.dat files from previous version (1.2.2) and run the 1.3 version, after chain downloading the client is crushing(

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January 29, 2014, 02:26:56 PM
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Bitcointalk faucet removed due to new policy. If you are interested in running an automated web faucet let me know.

I am glad to try running it on my server. Please let me know project address and related setting  Wink
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January 29, 2014, 02:59:10 PM
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I`m not sure waht happened - but I got error during loading - Error loading blkindex.dat
even when I removed both *.dat from roaming folder...

please Advise
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Bitcointalk faucet removed due to new policy. If you are interested in running an automated web faucet let me know.

i can host one at http://fuk.io - PM me you know where Smiley

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January 29, 2014, 10:12:59 PM
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Hi Tranz.
Didnt check this thread for a time, and now I see new version 1.3 released.
Does it works with multiwallet form previous version?

Deleted all files except 2 wallet.dat files from previous version (1.2.2) and run the 1.3 version, after chain downloading the client is crushing(

Version 1.3 will work with multi-wallets.

You mean to say the client is crashing? Do you have an error in the debug log?  It could be a corrupt wallet. But hard to say with no other infomation.

One thing to try is to isolate the wallets. So rename your wallets to something like nowallet.dat or nowallet-stake. And then start-up the client. If it doesn't crash, then you have some corruption with one of your wallets.

Let me know if you need further help.

HBN: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=303749.0
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