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Author Topic: HoboNickels - HBN - High Fast Stake - Version 2.0! More Secure, Less Intensive  (Read 409160 times)
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September 06, 2015, 08:29:01 AM
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Ignore the warning - been there for a long time. Will get fixed when dev. comes out with the next version.

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September 06, 2015, 10:53:56 AM
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Hello-

I just received the following message for my HBN wallet:

WARNING!! Checkpoint is to old. Wait for the blockchain to download, or notify developers.

Win 7 and wallet is currently sync'd with 15 active connections and I have a green checkmark. Any help is greatly appreciated.

Thanks!

Don't worry, it doesn't effect any functionality. Are you sure you are running the latest version though? If not, give it a try:
https://github.com/Tranz5/HoboNickels/releases

And remember, always make a backup of your wallet.dat before doing anything just to be on the safe side of things.


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September 06, 2015, 04:57:56 PM
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Thanks everyone for the replies. Yeah I'm on the current wallet as I just recently started investing in HBN about a week or so ago. The wallet had been running fine open on my staking PC 24/7, then I tried to enable the coin control and the wallet went non-responsive. Left it that way for a couple of hours fearing to force close it, but no luck. So I had to force close it via task manager. Wallet opened with a DB error, but was fine on the second launch, where I was eventually presented with the warning message. Was thinking about re-installing the wallet, but wanted to check here first.

Also, when mining with my A2, the majority of my blocks found/solved turn out to be orphans. Is this normal behavior, or is something out of sync with the pool and the network? I've submitted a ticket to have them take a look, but since I'm still learning about this coin and reading through all the pages, I wanted to see if anyone had any insight on this?

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September 06, 2015, 08:55:23 PM
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my wallet says   

warning: checkpoint is too old. wait for block chain to download, or notify developers

is it normal ?

have the same problem
You need to download latest wallet:
https://github.com/Tranz5/HoboNickels/releases/tag/1.5.1.0
I don't know why this link not in OP still.

Thanks OP updated.

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September 06, 2015, 09:02:20 PM
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HBN qt wallet currently pushes close to 1GB on the memory.  Shocked



It is becoming a bit of a concern, the HBN blockchain is gigantic. Have there been any suggestions on how to manage this going forward?

I've had to remove mine from my PI, its just not capable of running it with any confidence.

It is getting very demanding to run, but not sure if this can be helped.  

My dedicated staking machine is a mini pc with a 1.8ghz Atom processor and 1 gb of ram.  HBN just barely runs. It frequently goes to 'not responding' even though its the only application I have running. I am running the Windows version, I may try the a linux client to see if I can get more performance (I figure running something like Puppy Linux at least would free up more system resources).

But ya, 1.8Ghz with 1 gb of ram in Windows and I can barely even get to sync again (my blockchain got messed up and I've been trying to resync for a least week using the downloaded blockchain but not having much luck).



Not that I'm complaining, I realize a lot of processor power is required. But wanted to say for others who are looking at using a dedicated staking machine, you'll probably want 2GB o rammage.

Side note: damn, wish i bought more coins at 0.00003. I don't know if we'll ever see that price again, who knows.



Yes this can be quite taxing.  As the winter months approach I'll begin to see if this is possible to address.

I can tell you that one way to help lower the usage a bit it is use a new wallet.  Essentially what you do is start fresh on a new wallet and chain, with no coins in the wallet. Once it is up to speed, transfer all coins from the old wallet to the new wallet. You can do it in chunks or as one big send.   You can't do this using the same working directory as the current running wallet, so you can use the startup switch -datadir=c:\newwallet (for example). Or you can do it from another computer. And swap out after the sends are complete.

Depending on how many wallet entries you have, this can save .1 to up to half a gig of memory. I have a wallet running from almost the 1st month of the chain. Staking, sending 24/7.  That wallet's memory usage is almost double an empty fresh chain.  So it can help if you are a long time user.

As always make backups and be careful!

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September 06, 2015, 09:06:38 PM
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Hmm.. hey Traz , how difficult would this be at add to the wallet in real time?

I wrote an article on the chart above: http://bitcoinlasvegas.net/hobonickels-coin-hbn-and-why-its-the-best-cryptocoin-there-is/

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Probably not terribly difficulty. But that return can change quite a bit, from the price of BTC to the current HBN stake %. Plus it would bulk up the wallet more. Which right now, until memory usage is a bit more controlled may not be the best thing to do.

That type of thing is better as a stand alone app, or a macro spread sheet.

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September 06, 2015, 10:15:18 PM
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Good evening all.

I'm looking for a pool to mine HBN. I can't seem to find a reliable one. Suggestions?

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September 06, 2015, 11:03:05 PM
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Good evening all.

I'm looking for a pool to mine HBN. I can't seem to find a reliable one. Suggestions?

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This is actually a good question. Does anyone have an updated pool list?

Script IO is still up and running.
https://scrypt.io/hbn/

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September 07, 2015, 12:30:06 AM
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I looked at that but it only shows a pool hash rate of 14KH/s. That isn't a lot better than solo mining.
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September 07, 2015, 12:49:12 AM
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Good evening all.

I'm looking for a pool to mine HBN. I can't seem to find a reliable one. Suggestions?

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This is actually a good question. Does anyone have an updated pool list?

Script IO is still up and running.
https://scrypt.io/hbn/

hard to say ;x

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September 07, 2015, 06:08:08 PM
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Hello all
Trying to build wallet on Ubuntu 14.4 but got error with : sudo make -f makefile.unix

Any idea for a newbie

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September 07, 2015, 06:13:10 PM
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Hello all
Trying to build wallet on Ubuntu 14.4 but got error with : sudo make -f makefile.unix

Any idea for a newbie

Many thanks

http://i.imgur.com/fzA4J4r.png


sudo make -f makefile.unix USE_UPNP=0

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September 07, 2015, 06:24:16 PM
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Hello all
Trying to build wallet on Ubuntu 14.4 but got error with : sudo make -f makefile.unix

Any idea for a newbie

Many thanks

http://i.imgur.com/fzA4J4r.png


sudo make -f makefile.unix USE_UPNP=0

thanks but same issue....
miniupnpc   UPnP Support      Optional firewall-jumping support  is well installed

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September 07, 2015, 09:24:00 PM
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Hello all
Trying to build wallet on Ubuntu 14.4 but got error with : sudo make -f makefile.unix

Any idea for a newbie

Many thanks

http://i.imgur.com/fzA4J4r.png


sudo make -f makefile.unix USE_UPNP=0

thanks but same issue....
miniupnpc   UPnP Support      Optional firewall-jumping support  is well installed

Sorry try USE_UPNP=-   Something not quite right with your installation of miniupnpc

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September 08, 2015, 03:24:23 AM
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Good evening all.

I'm looking for a pool to mine HBN. I can't seem to find a reliable one. Suggestions?

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@Tranz, hobonickels.info has a majorly outdated list of pools, and it also lacks a link for the updated 1.5.1 wallet.  You're dedicated & reliable: we all appreciate that!  Just kinda frustrating, is all.

@Conscripted,
  I've had this problem a number of times before, but most difficult recently, beginning August 27 or so, when my then-favorite, coinmine.pw, was inexplicably unable to access their payment server & shut down.  I had a hard time finding another pool with a decent number of users devoted to the pool.  I found scrypt.io and tompool's HBN pool (http://tompool.org:8080/hbnmine/public/) to be performing horribly with my ASICs, as if on older stratum software.  Just made my 3.6 MHs operate at less than 1.  I've found hash-to-coins.com also went down a number of times over the past week, but always came back up.  They seem to be active in staying on top of what seems to me to be a number of pool hits.  Could just be a fluke, but seems orchestrated to me.
  I've only found hash-to-coins to be reliable lately.  Let us know if you've found a different one--I sure wouldn't mind having another backup other than scrypt.io or tompool!
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September 08, 2015, 08:43:45 AM
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Good evening all.

I'm looking for a pool to mine HBN. I can't seem to find a reliable one. Suggestions?

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@Tranz, hobonickels.info has a majorly outdated list of pools, and it also lacks a link for the updated 1.5.1 wallet.  You're dedicated & reliable: we all appreciate that!  Just kinda frustrating, is all.

@Conscripted,
  I've had this problem a number of times before, but most difficult recently, beginning August 27 or so, when my then-favorite, coinmine.pw, was inexplicably unable to access their payment server & shut down.  I had a hard time finding another pool with a decent number of users devoted to the pool.  I found scrypt.io and tompool's HBN pool (http://tompool.org:8080/hbnmine/public/) to be performing horribly with my ASICs, as if on older stratum software.  Just made my 3.6 MHs operate at less than 1.  I've found hash-to-coins.com also went down a number of times over the past week, but always came back up.  They seem to be active in staying on top of what seems to me to be a number of pool hits.  Could just be a fluke, but seems orchestrated to me.
  I've only found hash-to-coins to be reliable lately.  Let us know if you've found a different one--I sure wouldn't mind having another backup other than scrypt.io or tompool!

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September 08, 2015, 04:43:12 PM
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Hello all
Trying to build wallet on Ubuntu 14.4 but got error with : sudo make -f makefile.unix

Any idea for a newbie

Many thanks

http://i.imgur.com/fzA4J4r.png


sudo make -f makefile.unix USE_UPNP=0

thanks but same issue....
miniupnpc   UPnP Support      Optional firewall-jumping support  is well installed

Sorry try USE_UPNP=-   Something not quite right with your installation of miniupnpc


Hey, it's ok after the installation of :  libminiupnpc-dev

Maybe you should add this dependency on the doc on build-unix.txt


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September 10, 2015, 12:05:58 AM
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Good evening all.

I'm looking for a pool to mine HBN. I can't seem to find a reliable one. Suggestions?

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@Tranz, hobonickels.info has a majorly outdated list of pools, and it also lacks a link for the updated 1.5.1 wallet.  You're dedicated & reliable: we all appreciate that!  Just kinda frustrating, is all.

@Conscripted,
  I've had this problem a number of times before, but most difficult recently, beginning August 27 or so, when my then-favorite, coinmine.pw, was inexplicably unable to access their payment server & shut down.  I had a hard time finding another pool with a decent number of users devoted to the pool.  I found scrypt.io and tompool's HBN pool (http://tompool.org:8080/hbnmine/public/) to be performing horribly with my ASICs, as if on older stratum software.  Just made my 3.6 MHs operate at less than 1.  I've found hash-to-coins.com also went down a number of times over the past week, but always came back up.  They seem to be active in staying on top of what seems to me to be a number of pool hits.  Could just be a fluke, but seems orchestrated to me.
  I've only found hash-to-coins to be reliable lately.  Let us know if you've found a different one--I sure wouldn't mind having another backup other than scrypt.io or tompool!

Fair. Really the wallet link points to the github release, which always has the most up to date wallet. Plus the link is to the last major release, which has Mac and full change long.

Regarding the pools. I am asking for a list, so I can update all of them. I do not have this information.

I do agree there are some stale links that need updated or removed. I'll look at updating them, here soon.

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Hello all
Trying to build wallet on Ubuntu 14.4 but got error with : sudo make -f makefile.unix

Any idea for a newbie

Many thanks

http://i.imgur.com/fzA4J4r.png


sudo make -f makefile.unix USE_UPNP=0

thanks but same issue....
miniupnpc   UPnP Support      Optional firewall-jumping support  is well installed

Sorry try USE_UPNP=-   Something not quite right with your installation of miniupnpc


Hey, it's ok after the installation of :  libminiupnpc-dev

Maybe you should add this dependency on the doc on build-unix.txt


Many Thanks


Great I am happy.

Just remember Github is public, hobonickels is public. Issuing a simple pull request for a change like this is much better then relying on only 1 person.   The more help the community gives the better, even for something as simple as an update to the docs.

Thanks!

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September 10, 2015, 02:37:19 AM
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hope HBN still raises in price

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