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May 10, 2018, 11:31:19 PM
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What is more profitable to mine WAVI or Yenten? And what is more perspective?

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May 10, 2018, 11:36:10 PM
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Dear developer, on behalf of the community, please contact Crex24 support, they can add our coin to their exchange only if you contact them. Support Crex24 in the Discord: @Crex24#1903

Thank you!


If Crex24 will list Wavi for free on his exchange, I think Wavi Dev should contact him immediately. It at least can give a little hope to the miners/traders where their coins are trapped in Exvo.  Cool
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May 11, 2018, 03:37:49 AM
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Is Exvo a scam? I've used it a few times successfully; Is it just recently that they started not paying out coins?
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May 11, 2018, 07:53:18 AM
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Is Exvo a scam? I've used it a few times successfully; Is it just recently that they started not paying out coins?

I can't confirm whether Exvo is 100% scam or not. But users cant withdraw their BTCs since 54 hours ago. And their developers don't even give any explanation to what's really happening.  Cool
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May 11, 2018, 09:48:01 AM
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Is Exvo a scam? I've used it a few times successfully; Is it just recently that they started not paying out coins?

I can't confirm whether Exvo is 100% scam or not. But users cant withdraw their BTCs since 54 hours ago. And their developers don't even give any explanation to what's really happening.  Cool

https://twitter.com/ExvoProject/status/994507341285371905

They are claiming that the bitcoin wallet is "out of sync" and have "contacted the developer".
This does sound very fishy indeed.

Can anyone track their bitcoin wallet addresses?
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May 11, 2018, 10:12:20 AM
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Is Exvo a scam? I've used it a few times successfully; Is it just recently that they started not paying out coins?

I can't confirm whether Exvo is 100% scam or not. But users cant withdraw their BTCs since 54 hours ago. And their developers don't even give any explanation to what's really happening.  Cool

https://twitter.com/ExvoProject/status/994507341285371905

They are claiming that the bitcoin wallet is "out of sync" and have "contacted the developer".
This does sound very fishy indeed.

Can anyone track their bitcoin wallet addresses?


What bitcoin developer do they mean? Sounds very strange, I agree
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May 11, 2018, 01:40:46 PM
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https://twitter.com/ExvoProject/status/994507341285371905

They are claiming that the bitcoin wallet is "out of sync" and have "contacted the developer".
This does sound very fishy indeed.

Can anyone track their bitcoin wallet addresses?

It's been around 60 hours. What kind of internet connection do they use for their server? The whole BTC blockchains is only about 260 GB. If the only problem is out of sync wallet, it should be okay right now. But in fact, nothing. You can follow the discussion on their dicord channel to know more. IMO, Exvo is 90% scam unless they can solve all withdrawal problems.

PS: Just withdraw 6 Wavi from Exvo, been waiting for around 4 hours with no success. The status says "processing".  Cool
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May 11, 2018, 02:04:14 PM
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PS: Just withdraw 6 Wavi from Exvo, been waiting for around 4 hours with no success. The status says "processing".  Cool

That's why there is no faith in the young stock exchanges, and listing on these exchanges does not lead to the real value of the coin.
Wawi should cost more, and such exchange can discredit it.

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May 11, 2018, 02:33:55 PM
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PS: Just withdraw 6 Wavi from Exvo, been waiting for around 4 hours with no success. The status says "processing".  Cool

That's why there is no faith in the young stock exchanges, and listing on these exchanges does not lead to the real value of the coin.
Wawi should cost more, and such exchange can discredit it.

I do agree with you... Wavi value should be more than 5k sats...
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May 11, 2018, 07:23:00 PM
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 Exvo its look scam, few days ago some one login to my account, i try change password in web no success, they show 404 error, then i try contact with support no answer from them.
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May 11, 2018, 10:43:30 PM
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https://www.crypto-coinz.net/news-exvo-io-exchange-pulled-an-exit-scam/
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May 12, 2018, 08:04:41 AM
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Hi, I build 1 WAVI MN, and use command "masternode status" to check it return "status": "Masternode successfully started".

The MN continued active 4 days, but I didn't get any reward . Anything I miss  Huh
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May 12, 2018, 08:18:16 AM
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Is the project abandoned? There is no dev activity (same as @Yenten thread). Global hashrate drops from 1800 to 400-600, no new exchanges and no plans.
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May 12, 2018, 09:18:02 AM
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Hi, I build 1 WAVI MN, and use command "masternode status" to check it return "status": "Masternode successfully started".

The MN continued active 4 days, but I didn't get any reward . Anything I miss  Huh


In the blockchain there are no awards to the address of the masternode?
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May 12, 2018, 09:31:07 AM
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hello,
just bumped into this thread... but the last few posts are not very promissing...
anyway, although the cpu mining features are attractive, would like to know if there is something else behing this coin other than transactions and currency?
thanks

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May 12, 2018, 09:31:40 AM
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Hi, I build 1 WAVI MN, and use command "masternode status" to check it return "status": "Masternode successfully started".

The MN continued active 4 days, but I didn't get any reward . Anything I miss  Huh

What says in masternode bookmark on wallet? Is it enabled? If so, currently there are 530+ nodes, so your chance to get a block 1/530 (or <0.2%), so just unluck i guess.
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May 12, 2018, 09:39:41 AM
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hello,
just bumped into this thread... but the last few posts are not very promissing...
anyway, although the cpu mining features are attractive, would like to know if there is something else behing this coin other than transactions and currency?
thanks

Several times it was written here that the peculiarity of this coin in the protection of the GPU and ASIC mining, increasing decentralization, reducing the consumption of electricity. Also, the high difficulty of mining coins is a small reward for the block, now 22.5 coins in 2 minute (Yenten still has 50 coins per block).
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May 12, 2018, 09:53:20 AM
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Hi, I build 1 WAVI MN, and use command "masternode status" to check it return "status": "Masternode successfully started".

The MN continued active 4 days, but I didn't get any reward . Anything I miss  Huh

What says in masternode bookmark on wallet? Is it enabled? If so, currently there are 530+ nodes, so your chance to get a block 1/530 (or <0.2%), so just unluck i guess.

Status is enable. I will wait 1 month, hoho~
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May 12, 2018, 10:00:34 AM
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Hi, I build 1 WAVI MN, and use command "masternode status" to check it return "status": "Masternode successfully started".

The MN continued active 4 days, but I didn't get any reward . Anything I miss  Huh


In the blockchain there are no awards to the address of the masternode?

MN address only 1000 coins. No other coins.
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May 12, 2018, 10:55:32 AM
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Install multiple masternodes on the same vps ( the vps must have an IP for every masternode)

Install 1.putty and 2. winscp

follow the guide for single masternode:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/12HlCLHVMhxgu0jMewd4e48w3NQ5pdRLPmPb0ZhPG3dw/edit#

when you get to this part in the guide:
"cd
mkdir .wavicore
nano .wavicore/wavi.conf
"

instead of creating ".wavicore" use winscp (easier) or create in putty "wavi01, wavi02......" like this:
"cd ..
mkdir wavi01
nano wavi01/wavi.conf
"
Now you should have in your user directory (mine is root) like this:
"
wavi
wavi01
wavi02
wavi03
"

wavi directory contains "wavid" file
the others contain the wavi.conf you just made with nano or winscp


my wavi.conf files are like this:

"

#mnXX
rpcuser=mnXX
rpcpassword=XXXXXXX
rpcport=99XX
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
externalip=XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX:9983
bind=XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX
masternode=1
masternodeprivkey=XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
maxconnections=25

addnode=80.209.239.239
addnode=185.81.164.56
addnode=89.40.11.157
addnode=94.176.238.101

"
change the "X" !!!
rpc user must be different for each conf
rpcpassword can be the same for all
rpcport must be different for each masternode and different from 9983 ( use 9984,9985...etc)
externalip and bind = masternode ip, one of the ip's you have on the vps
masternodeprivatekey is the one you generate in the debug console, the same one you put in masternode.conf on windows wallet


start your masternode on the vps from putty with command:
/root/wavi/wavid -datadir=/root/wavi01 --daemon

Note that my path to the directories wavi and wavi01 wavi02... is /root . Put your own path

check if it's running in putty with:
ps aux --sort -rss

let the mn sync for 1/2 to 1h

configure your windows wallet masternodes.conf like explained in the tutorial for single masternode, one line for each masternode

mn01 IP:9983 masternodekey output
mn02 IP:9983 masternodekey output

restart windows wallet and then start masternodes from windows wallet.


you can also put the start command in /etc/rc.local in vps just in case vps restarts so the masternodes start at restart. If vps stays offline more than 1h masternodes need restart from windows wallet.

/etc/rc.local:


 /root/wavi/wavid -datadir=/root/wavi01 --daemon
/root/wavi/wavid -datadir=/root/wavi02 --daemon
 /root/wavi/wavid -datadir=/root/wavi03 --daemon
 /root/wavi/wavid -datadir=/root/wavi04 --daemon






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