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Author Topic: [TEK] TEKcoin Hi-PoS hybrid pos/pow no premine/ipo/ico  (Read 438077 times)
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January 12, 2015, 11:29:01 PM
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I guess you didn't read the rest of the post. I made that 60% back on another coin and decided to cut my loses on TEK. My average sell price was around 3k compared to 2.2k on Cryptsy right now.

I always look back on trades to see If I made the right decision, It looks like I did.

Over the last couple of days I have sold all of my TEK. Lost about 60% of my BTC. But I made that back plus more on getting into clams early and selling near the high. I wish all TEK coin holders good luck with their investment.


congrats on losing 60%,  looks like you made the right decision to buy high and sell low.
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January 14, 2015, 02:45:46 AM
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87k Tek dumped hard by somebody last night and about 50k sell wall up  Shocked



edit: and the sell wall is gone

Most likely from the cryptodouble website...

But with that said, apparently that website caused the entire crypto world to drop very quickly and pretty far.

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January 14, 2015, 05:06:15 AM
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No cryptodouble did not have that much , only 1 person put in 20k TEK n he got it back
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January 14, 2015, 03:10:08 PM
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No cryptodouble did not have that much , only 1 person put in 20k TEK n he got it back

You are incorrrect. I had more than that in there, and did not get it back.
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January 14, 2015, 04:48:59 PM
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No cryptodouble did not have that much , only 1 person put in 20k TEK n he got it back

You are incorrrect. I had more than that in there, and did not get it back.

that sucks man sorry to hear, i have had my share of getting burned in crypto it is never fun.
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January 15, 2015, 06:26:03 PM
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Tek pos diff just jumped up 0.0014 
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January 15, 2015, 07:11:34 PM
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Price is so low it is disappointing no BTC to buy them all Sad

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January 15, 2015, 10:27:35 PM
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No cryptodouble did not have that much , only 1 person put in 20k TEK n he got it back

You are incorrrect. I had more than that in there, and did not get it back.

Sucks man , must have miss it , when did u put in , and that was awful large amount . Must be rich XD
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January 15, 2015, 11:48:31 PM
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No cryptodouble did not have that much , only 1 person put in 20k TEK n he got it back

You are incorrrect. I had more than that in there, and did not get it back.

Sucks man , must have miss it , when did u put in , and that was awful large amount . Must be rich XD

Yeah I was so close. I had a pending 17k tek payout for like 20 hours before it went down with another 10k payout like 12 hours away. Would have been sitting VERY nice with 27k tek in my wallet. Ah well too bad it didn't last. Win some, lose some. I would be happy just getting like 10k now.
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January 16, 2015, 07:53:13 AM
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I would love to see this coin rise again. Is there any good news or updates in the works?
I have been committed to TEK since the beginning and I plan to see it threw. Just gets disheartening seeing it plummet like it has.
We need to get TEK more attention.
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January 16, 2015, 01:17:39 PM
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I would love to see it go back up as it used to be before at one point it hit $0.5  right now it is not even a penny. That is a huge drop in price.

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January 16, 2015, 09:27:26 PM
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I would love to see it go back up as it used to be before at one point it hit $0.5 



I think everyone would love to see that  Grin  It could be done with enough buying and some strong hands holding most of the Tekcoins
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January 16, 2015, 10:20:49 PM
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I would love to see it go back up as it used to be before at one point it hit $0.5 



I think everyone would love to see that  Grin  It could be done with enough buying and some strong hands holding most of the Tekcoins


Not too bad today actually we are seeing 70%+ increase in price from that low 3 days ago.
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January 17, 2015, 07:18:53 AM
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Hi,

Just recently started successfully minting with my 2.2.1.0 wallet which is neat, but just now realized there's a problem.  The last three deposits in the wallet are all from minting and the first and last of the three are reported fully confirmed.  However, the one in the middle has brackets "[]" and is reported as having zero confirms and is apparently unaccepted.  How would that happen?  What can I do about it?

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January 17, 2015, 02:00:19 PM
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Hi,

Just recently started successfully minting with my 2.2.1.0 wallet which is neat, but just now realized there's a problem.  The last three deposits in the wallet are all from minting and the first and last of the three are reported fully confirmed.  However, the one in the middle has brackets "[]" and is reported as having zero confirms and is apparently unaccepted.  How would that happen?  What can I do about it?

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That means its an orphan block and won't be counted.
The coins will stake again

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January 17, 2015, 06:42:23 PM
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Hi,

Just recently started successfully minting with my 2.2.1.0 wallet which is neat, but just now realized there's a problem.  The last three deposits in the wallet are all from minting and the first and last of the three are reported fully confirmed.  However, the one in the middle has brackets "[]" and is reported as having zero confirms and is apparently unaccepted.  How would that happen?  What can I do about it?

-- Thanks!
That means its an orphan block and won't be counted.
The coins will stake again
Is this something for which I should resynchronize my wallet from the bootstrap and .config file and then run the daemon to reload my wallet file?  Seems like an error that shouldn't have happened, or am I wrong in that?

-- Thanks

PS. I'm new to POS coins and last month started mining four of them including TEK.  Between them I've recently had a number of mintings, but this is my first encounter with this issue.
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January 17, 2015, 06:56:21 PM
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Orphan blocks are normal, not errors.

This looks like a decent explanation of PoS: https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/700-proof-of-stake-explained-rough-draft/

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January 17, 2015, 07:18:28 PM
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Hi,

Just recently started successfully minting with my 2.2.1.0 wallet which is neat, but just now realized there's a problem.  The last three deposits in the wallet are all from minting and the first and last of the three are reported fully confirmed.  However, the one in the middle has brackets "[]" and is reported as having zero confirms and is apparently unaccepted.  How would that happen?  What can I do about it?

-- Thanks!
That means its an orphan block and won't be counted.
The coins will stake again
Is this something for which I should resynchronize my wallet from the bootstrap and .config file and then run the daemon to reload my wallet file?  Seems like an error that shouldn't have happened, or am I wrong in that?

-- Thanks

PS. I'm new to POS coins and last month started mining four of them including TEK.  Between them I've recently had a number of mintings, but this is my first encounter with this issue.


orphans will restake its normal.

Tekcoin PoS difficulty just now is 0.001

that is about 20%,  so here is the choice mint now for lower % or try and wait a bit for PoS diff to decrease .0000x is 40% range. If you do wait, you not only can get higher rate % but you also get added coins for waiting over the min 30 days.  Waiting longer can effect your compounding though so it does get a bit tricky. This is one of the reasons i really like to spread out my coins into daily stakes, it doesn't corner me into just one big decision.
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January 17, 2015, 09:28:40 PM
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Orphan blocks are normal, not errors.

This looks like a decent explanation of PoS: https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/700-proof-of-stake-explained-rough-draft/
That means its an orphan block and won't be counted.
The coins will stake again
Is this something for which I should resynchronize my wallet from the bootstrap and .config file and then run the daemon to reload my wallet file?  Seems like an error that shouldn't have happened, or am I wrong in that?

-- Thanks

PS. I'm new to POS coins and last month started mining four of them including TEK.  Between them I've recently had a number of mintings, but this is my first encounter with this issue.

orphans will restake its normal.

Tekcoin PoS difficulty just now is 0.001

that is about 20%,  so here is the choice mint now for lower % or try and wait a bit for PoS diff to decrease .0000x is 40% range. If you do wait, you not only can get higher rate % but you also get added coins for waiting over the min 30 days.  Waiting longer can effect your compounding though so it does get a bit tricky. This is one of the reasons i really like to spread out my coins into daily stakes, it doesn't corner me into just one big decision.
Thanks fellows,

You mention waiting, how does one control that?

Also, for each of my POS coins, I simply downloaded and ran the wallet installs to the desired directory (same as my POW wallets), I only create a .conf file ("addnode=" commands) if a fork problem occurs and I have to resynchronize.  What is the purpose of the special .conf commands I run across for POS -- such as:

listen=1
daemon=1
server=1
rpcuser=user
rpcpassword=pass
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
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January 17, 2015, 10:03:10 PM
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Orphan blocks are normal, not errors.

This looks like a decent explanation of PoS: https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/700-proof-of-stake-explained-rough-draft/
That means its an orphan block and won't be counted.
The coins will stake again
Is this something for which I should resynchronize my wallet from the bootstrap and .config file and then run the daemon to reload my wallet file?  Seems like an error that shouldn't have happened, or am I wrong in that?

-- Thanks

PS. I'm new to POS coins and last month started mining four of them including TEK.  Between them I've recently had a number of mintings, but this is my first encounter with this issue.

orphans will restake its normal.

Tekcoin PoS difficulty just now is 0.001

that is about 20%,  so here is the choice mint now for lower % or try and wait a bit for PoS diff to decrease .0000x is 40% range. If you do wait, you not only can get higher rate % but you also get added coins for waiting over the min 30 days.  Waiting longer can effect your compounding though so it does get a bit tricky. This is one of the reasons i really like to spread out my coins into daily stakes, it doesn't corner me into just one big decision.
Thanks fellows,

You mention waiting, how does one control that?

Also, for each of my POS coins, I simply downloaded and ran the wallet installs to the desired directory (same as my POW wallets), I only create a .conf file ("addnode=" commands) if a fork problem occurs and I have to resynchronize.  What is the purpose of the special .conf commands I run across for POS -- such as:

listen=1
daemon=1
server=1
rpcuser=user
rpcpassword=pass
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1


Actually, all of those are generic to Bitcoin and it's successors. There are some specific RPC commands, but that's another story. But these that you listed are very standard, and they do the following:

Listen =<1/0> tells the client to listen to the network for RPC calls
daemon =<1/0> tells the client to stay resident when not in the foreground in the case of tekcoind or to act like a daemon (background program) if using the QT version
Server =1 allows it to act as a server (a node) and is also necessary to act on RPC calls.
rpcuser is the username that is needed to execute RPC calls.
rpcpassword is the password needed to execute RPC calls
rcpallowip restricts what IP can connect and issue/receive data for and from RPC calls.

Most of this stuff is for API access using third party software. It can be very useful!

Hope this helps you.

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