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April 08, 2016, 04:27:56 PM
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Nevertheless, microstaking is part of game and can't be removed completely. 

really explain to me why this is. i can think of multiple ways to remove it, but go ahead explain it to us all.
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April 08, 2016, 04:56:56 PM
Last edit: April 08, 2016, 05:21:50 PM by vampirus
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1. As I say before, "Old client can be on main chain and connected to new client if not lost connection. Only on initially connection old client will be rejected. And if there is one old client in net, all old and new clients work together." I know that, because use it in new Cubits-QBT hardfork and found while testing.

2. Everyone who can compile wallet himself, may take old code and just change version to 60009.

3. After some time, new parameters for minimum stake value become microstake relatively average stake.

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April 08, 2016, 06:34:47 PM
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1. As I say before, "Old client can be on main chain and connected to new client if not lost connection. Only on initially connection old client will be rejected. And if there is one old client in net, all old and new clients work together." I know that, because use it in new Cubits-QBT hardfork and found while testing.

2. Everyone who can compile wallet himself, may take old code and just change version to 60009.

3. After some time, new parameters for minimum stake value become microstake relatively average stake.

you have explored every possible coding change that can be done, that is amazing.
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April 08, 2016, 11:21:13 PM
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1. As I say before, "Old client can be on main chain and connected to new client if not lost connection. Only on initially connection old client will be rejected. And if there is one old client in net, all old and new clients work together." I know that, because use it in new Cubits-QBT hardfork and found while testing.

2. Everyone who can compile wallet himself, may take old code and just change version to 60009.

3. After some time, new parameters for minimum stake value become microstake relatively average stake.

you have explored every possible coding change that can be done, that is amazing.

If there's a way to remove microstaking from the wallet please do it. If not, then it's part of the TEK landscape, so just accept it.

At the heart of crypto currencies is the reality of maximising behaviour by individual actors in a trustless ecosystem.

Complaining about microstaking makes as much sense as complaining about ASCIC's.

It really has nothing to do with morality, or good guys and bad guys.
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April 09, 2016, 01:53:44 AM
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you have explored every possible coding change that can be done, that is amazing.

Well said, sir; well said.


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April 09, 2016, 11:27:02 AM
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1. As I say before, "Old client can be on main chain and connected to new client if not lost connection. Only on initially connection old client will be rejected. And if there is one old client in net, all old and new clients work together." I know that, because use it in new Cubits-QBT hardfork and found while testing.

2. Everyone who can compile wallet himself, may take old code and just change version to 60009.

3. After some time, new parameters for minimum stake value become microstake relatively average stake.

you have explored every possible coding change that can be done, that is amazing.

Do I detect a slight hint of sarcasm creeping in there?! Tsk, tsk.  Wink
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April 09, 2016, 11:37:19 AM
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Nevertheless, microstaking is part of game and can't be removed completely. 

Why in the world would you want to mirco stake , it does not make sense unless the person is so poor that he can't buy Tek , even two weeks working those free faucets would get you a nice sum!
Because if all get 500%, it is mean all get 0% profit.

I have been with tek almost 2 years , it was nvr 0% profit , in fact tek allow me to buy other coins without the aid of fiat I was even able to get 4000plus orbs just by selling 30% of the minted coins

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April 09, 2016, 09:34:34 PM
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I have been with tek almost 2 years , it was nvr 0% profit , in fact tek allow me to buy other coins without the aid of fiat I was even able to get 4000plus orbs just by selling 30% of the minted coins

And the ability to stake every 30 days without leaving the wallet open each day is a +1 for TEKcoin. Among the different types of PoS coins, I would say that TEKcoin is one of the most profitable ones out there. I'd already ROI with this coin by selling nearly 48% of staked TEKcoins. Looking forward for more exciting things to come.  Smiley


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April 10, 2016, 02:17:48 AM
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Mandatory update hardfork incoming use version 2.4.1.0 Thanks Noise23


Source:  https://github.com/maxxine/TEK

TEKcoin windows wallet https://mega.nz/#!vRBD2BTS!-I1YcIvsIh7Jw_hJ7KS4l6L9zVUPLJPKzR8n1R5WZmc


might want to be careful sending coins around for a bit it looks like many people are still running old versions
Thanks Noise23 & thundertoe!

But got an error on Mega side: ERR_SSL_PROTOCOL_ERROR.  Please give some alt link to download a wallet.
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April 10, 2016, 05:16:31 AM
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1. As I say before, "Old client can be on main chain and connected to new client if not lost connection. Only on initially connection old client will be rejected. And if there is one old client in net, all old and new clients work together." I know that, because use it in new Cubits-QBT hardfork and found while testing.

2. Everyone who can compile wallet himself, may take old code and just change version to 60009.

3. After some time, new parameters for minimum stake value become microstake relatively average stake.

you have explored every possible coding change that can be done, that is amazing.

If there's a way to remove microstaking from the wallet please do it. If not, then it's part of the TEK landscape, so just accept it.

At the heart of crypto currencies is the reality of maximising behaviour by individual actors in a trustless ecosystem.

Complaining about microstaking makes as much sense as complaining about ASCIC's.

It really has nothing to do with morality, or good guys and bad guys.

+100

I'd like to see the difficulty go down so I can get a bigger stake, but if it stays up then that's just how it is. If difficulty stays high, atleast the coin supply will stay down. Less coins isn't a bad thing.
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April 10, 2016, 06:00:15 AM
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Built from the latest source on the github for a windows QT wallet.
Getting an error about a missing genesis block for the testnet.
Clicked "ignore" and the wallet seems to be working fine, and syncing up "very" slowly.(it's an old coin)
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April 10, 2016, 06:41:54 AM
Last edit: April 10, 2016, 07:16:22 AM by thundertoe
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Thanks Noise23 & thundertoe!

But got an error on Mega side: ERR_SSL_PROTOCOL_ERROR.  Please give some alt link to download a wallet.
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This is a clean new compile for windows that everyone should use to avoid the ssl bug thanks Zoot.  https://mega.nz/#!uNRQGLba!RX3OF6l-nPUQ_J6wZoarHMM-YrH-Tv5s2ek1t4Tdn8M
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April 10, 2016, 07:39:52 AM
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hi Smiley

am busy right now, but will endeavour to build a new mac wallet in next day or so.
if i forget feel free to PM me  Roll Eyes

or if there's any reason why i shouldn't, feel free to PM me as well. i will see a PM. i mightn't notice a post here ..


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April 10, 2016, 02:55:26 PM
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Mandatory update hardfork incoming use version 2.4.1.0 Thanks Noise23


Source:  https://github.com/maxxine/TEK

TEKcoin windows wallet https://mega.nz/#!vRBD2BTS!-I1YcIvsIh7Jw_hJ7KS4l6L9zVUPLJPKzR8n1R5WZmc


might want to be careful sending coins around for a bit it looks like many people are still running old versions
Thanks Noise23 & thundertoe!

But got an error on Mega side: ERR_SSL_PROTOCOL_ERROR.  Please give some alt link to download a wallet.

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This is a clean new compile for windows that everyone should use to avoid the ssl bug thanks Zoot.  https://mega.nz/#!uNRQGLba!RX3OF6l-nPUQ_J6wZoarHMM-YrH-Tv5s2ek1t4Tdn8M

Let me get this right and just so everyone is reading off the same page, your link is for a 3rd new wallet?

First there was 2.4.0.0, then 2.4.1.0, and now a new wallet to avoid the SSL bug?
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April 10, 2016, 03:03:16 PM
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the source and version is the same, we had heartbleed bug in the last windows compile, so you might want that new clean one instead. https://mega.nz/#!uNRQGLba!RX3OF6l-nPUQ_J6wZoarHMM-YrH-Tv5s2ek1t4Tdn8M
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April 10, 2016, 03:23:22 PM
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How crucial is the change to the new clean wallet? I'm on the 10th day of staking with the 2.4.1.0 non-clean wallet?

Could I wait till after staking in 20+ days time, or should I do the change to the cleaner wallet now?
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April 10, 2016, 03:27:21 PM
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How crucial is the change to the new clean wallet? I'm on the 10th day of staking with 2.4.1.0 non-clean wallet?

Could I wait till after staking in 20+ days time, or should I do the change to the cleaner wallet now?


depends how worried you are about running a version with https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heartbleed
upgrading wont change your coinage, so i see no reason to not use the new version. It wont have to re-download the chain or anything.
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April 10, 2016, 03:33:34 PM
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How crucial is the change to the new clean wallet? I'm on the 10th day of staking with 2.4.1.0 non-clean wallet?

Could I wait till after staking in 20+ days time, or should I do the change to the cleaner wallet now?


depends how worried you are about running a version with https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heartbleed
upgrading wont change your coinage, so i see no reason to not use the new version. It wont have to re-download the chain or anything.

For people like me who know little about technical stuff, how do you do an upgrade?
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April 10, 2016, 03:41:03 PM
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How crucial is the change to the new clean wallet? I'm on the 10th day of staking with 2.4.1.0 non-clean wallet?

Could I wait till after staking in 20+ days time, or should I do the change to the cleaner wallet now?


depends how worried you are about running a version with https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heartbleed
upgrading wont change your coinage, so i see no reason to not use the new version. It wont have to re-download the chain or anything.

For people like me who know little about technical stuff, how do you do an upgrade?


just download the new windows wallet and use it instead of the old one.
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When I download the new wallet and run it, will it automatically use the blockchain from the old wallet?
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