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November 06, 2018, 05:00:14 PM
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what I mean is that a new wallet will not fix the fact that the current wallet did not broadcast the transaction making me lose my ravens and assets and cannot find any technical support. Please explain these?

Status: 0/unconfirmed, not in memory pool
Date: 2018-11-05 13:12
To: RXissueAssetXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXhhZGt
Debit: -500.00000000 RVN
Transaction fee: -0.00001744 RVN
Net amount: -500.00001744 RVN
Transaction ID: 670f471ced47d218fbc03452a03b984d8b77457d9fbcfcbd271d971c81986094
Transaction total size: 1507 bytes
Output index: 1

Status: 0/unconfirmed, not in memory pool
Date: 2018-11-05 13:12
From: unknown
To: RUmqruzzesrAhpgynHTwwqgj6PeHWbxCsm (own address, label: GPU mining)
Credit: 20 000 CAD
Net RVN amount: -500.00001744 RVN
Transaction ID: 670f471ced47d218fbc03452a03b984d8b77457d9fbcfcbd271d971c81986094
Transaction total size: 1507 bytes
Output index: 3

Status: 0/unconfirmed, not in memory pool
Date: 2018-11-05 13:15
To: RXissueAssetXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXhhZGt
Debit: -500.00000000 RVN
Transaction fee: -0.00000378 RVN
Net amount: -500.00000378 RVN
Transaction ID: e9fbaad6429dc84a4abf536d4a2f5227e47ba60984c728618f27f8a6d78a5131
Transaction total size: 327 bytes
Output index: 0

Status: 0/unconfirmed, not in memory pool
Date: 2018-11-05 13:15
From: unknown
To: RUmqruzzesrAhpgynHTwwqgj6PeHWbxCsm (own address, label: GPU mining)
Credit: 1.00000000 USD
Net RVN amount: -500.00000378 RVN
Transaction ID: e9fbaad6429dc84a4abf536d4a2f5227e47ba60984c728618f27f8a6d78a5131
Transaction total size: 327 bytes
Output index: 3

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RVN still makes the volume more stable for days, many buying and selling activities are carried out in exchange. Making the community very supportive of RVN to enter the top 10 in the coinmarketcap.

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November 06, 2018, 05:24:02 PM
Last edit: November 06, 2018, 08:00:11 PM by WickedPigeon
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 #3443


....
You just try to do something for you own benefit and use it as you think it's best. People didn't believe in Bitcoin and still 2 pizzas were sold for 10.000 bitcoin. I think that person who gave 10.000 bitcoin hanged himself or something after seeing where it got to.


Aismen,
You've got the pizza story all wrong. Yes It’s one of the best-known cryptocurrency legends: The guy who bought two pizzas with 10,000 Bitcoin back in 2010 to prove the digital currency worked. He wasn't mad about the cost, he did to prove it could be done. He helped prove that BTC was/is viable as a currency, thus that transaction helped make BTC what it is today. Plus he had a lot more BTC in his wallet.

And guess what - he’s at it again.

This time, early Bitcoin developer Laszlo Hanyecz wanted to test the Lightning Network, a technology that runs parallel to a blockchain like Bitcoin’s network and aims to speed up transactions. A couple of months ago he ended up paying 0.00649 Bitcoin for two pizzas, or $67, and the transaction cost about 6 U.S. cents.

In a year or two someone will say - that guy who bought the pizza for 0.00649 Bitcoin over paid. NO - he is a true Pioneer. And NO, he didn't hang himself. He made millions on Bitcoin.

Just clarifying. Otherwise I agree with your post and your general thoughts.
RVN... to the moon!

Well then suddenly there was no one left standing in the hall....
Of a nightbird singing "come away come away"
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November 06, 2018, 06:14:34 PM
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That is well explained and will be helpful to many people to watch the other side of the story too referring at Pizza buying. It is all about time when anything in advance than its proper time that doesn't fit well. This has happened and is happening over and over again because at this stage. People buy with cryptocurrencies, majority not all, think they are taking advantage. In fact in few years they realize that it were they whom got tricked by paying so much. Ravencoin is something which can't be understood by its potential and use cases  now but will be clear in future.
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November 06, 2018, 08:03:56 PM
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Korean translations of the Ravencoin and x16R whitepapers are now available and can be found at https://www.ravencointalk.org/post/korean-ravencoin-whitepaper-and-x16r-algorithm-whitepaper-now-available-%ED%95%9C%EA-%B5-%AD-%EC%96%B4-ravencoin-%EB-9904436?pid=1306038663
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November 07, 2018, 12:43:06 AM
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I put together a little medium post to help people who want to resell their assets.

This post describes a simple process to add your JSON meta data with your contact information, sale price, etc.  You can do this for new assets you create or you can re-issue an old asset for 100 RVN if you made it re-issuable.

If you're like me and wondering why you couldn't simply type some text into the JSON meta hash field... this will walk you through the process and I include a sample file for you to simply edit with your info.


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November 07, 2018, 02:19:19 AM
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what I mean is that a new wallet will not fix the fact that the current wallet did not broadcast the transaction making me lose my ravens and assets and cannot find any technical support. Please explain these?

Status: 0/unconfirmed, not in memory pool
Date: 2018-11-05 13:12
To: RXissueAssetXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXhhZGt
Debit: -500.00000000 RVN
Transaction fee: -0.00001744 RVN
Net amount: -500.00001744 RVN
Transaction ID: 670f471ced47d218fbc03452a03b984d8b77457d9fbcfcbd271d971c81986094
Transaction total size: 1507 bytes
Output index: 1

Status: 0/unconfirmed, not in memory pool
Date: 2018-11-05 13:12
From: unknown
To: RUmqruzzesrAhpgynHTwwqgj6PeHWbxCsm (own address, label: GPU mining)
Credit: 20 000 CAD
Net RVN amount: -500.00001744 RVN
Transaction ID: 670f471ced47d218fbc03452a03b984d8b77457d9fbcfcbd271d971c81986094
Transaction total size: 1507 bytes
Output index: 3

Status: 0/unconfirmed, not in memory pool
Date: 2018-11-05 13:15
To: RXissueAssetXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXhhZGt
Debit: -500.00000000 RVN
Transaction fee: -0.00000378 RVN
Net amount: -500.00000378 RVN
Transaction ID: e9fbaad6429dc84a4abf536d4a2f5227e47ba60984c728618f27f8a6d78a5131
Transaction total size: 327 bytes
Output index: 0

Status: 0/unconfirmed, not in memory pool
Date: 2018-11-05 13:15
From: unknown
To: RUmqruzzesrAhpgynHTwwqgj6PeHWbxCsm (own address, label: GPU mining)
Credit: 1.00000000 USD
Net RVN amount: -500.00000378 RVN
Transaction ID: e9fbaad6429dc84a4abf536d4a2f5227e47ba60984c728618f27f8a6d78a5131
Transaction total size: 327 bytes
Output index: 3



Search for the zapwallettxes and rescan commands for Bitcoin stuck transactions. They work for Ravencoin also.
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November 07, 2018, 03:03:52 AM
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RVN still makes the volume more stable for days, many buying and selling activities are carried out in exchange. Making the community very supportive of RVN to enter the top 10 in the coinmarketcap.

Is it normal to see Ravencoin price decreases slowly in this past weeks? What could be the cause of these ones? I hope RVN will pump again and when should we see the stable price of this crypto, I am still holding and patiently waiting.
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November 07, 2018, 07:47:43 AM
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You just try to do something for you own benefit and use it as you think it's best. People didn't believe in Bitcoin and still 2 pizzas were sold for 10.000 bitcoin. I think that person who gave 10.000 bitcoin hanged himself or something after seeing where it got to.


Aismen,
You've got the pizza story all wrong. Yes It’s one of the best-known cryptocurrency legends: The guy who bought two pizzas with 10,000 Bitcoin back in 2010 to prove the digital currency worked. He wasn't mad about the cost, he did to prove it could be done. He helped prove that BTC was/is viable as a currency, thus that transaction helped make BTC what it is today. Plus he had a lot more BTC in his wallet.

And guess what - he’s at it again.

This time, early Bitcoin developer Laszlo Hanyecz wanted to test the Lightning Network, a technology that runs parallel to a blockchain like Bitcoin’s network and aims to speed up transactions. A couple of months ago he ended up paying 0.00649 Bitcoin for two pizzas, or $67, and the transaction cost about 6 U.S. cents.

In a year or two someone will say - that guy who bought the pizza for 0.00649 Bitcoin over paid. NO - he is a true Pioneer. And NO, he didn't hang himself. He made millions on Bitcoin.

Just clarifying. Otherwise I agree with your post and your general thoughts.
RVN... to the moon!

Thanks for the answer. I agree that he was a pioneer and yes maybe he payed 10.000 BTCs out of maybe 100K he had. Of course if you look back at all the decisions you've ever made you will always find something that based on current data, looks let's say...stupid. Of course it wasn't back then. That is and will be the first transaction that involved BTC. Even if it wasn't exactly BTC for pizza (for those not knowing the story (short version), a dude asked on a forum who would buy him a pizza or two for BTC. Someone from the UK answered, 10.000 BTC were transferred and the dude from UK placed a long distance call for a pizza order (in the US), payed with credit card and sent the pizza to the requester's home).

Of course, if you look even at today's prices, those two pizzas cost 65 million dollars. In December they would've cost  200 million. When you look at it like this it's absurd but back then BTC was 1 cent i believe. Take into account the long distance call and 2 pizzas, and suddenly 100 dollars doesn't seem so much. Again, i'm pretty sure some part of that guy died when he say BTC at 10.000. Smiley))) it's a nice way of thinking about stuff in a funnier way (i don't wish anything bad to that guy, i might just be a sadist here).

Truth is, people nowadays go on about crypto and the future  and i trust this and that and blablabla, but at the end of the year we all sell most of our cryptos for this thing we call "real money" (dollars, euros, yens etc) to buy stuff with them.

Unfortunately, i was talking to some people a few days ago about crypto and it occurred to us that if a centralized institution, some authority would build a crypto and have a bit of traction from real big players, most of the hashpower in the world i think will go there. Think of it like this. If NASDAQ builds their own coin and crypto network and idea and all, how many people would go on that coin due to the sole reason that when they have a problem they would have someone to go to. As it is crypto's main asset is decentralization, but that all goes out the window when you see you get hacked and expect someone to refund or help you. I don't think the world is ready yet for any type of decentralization (see religion, see politics, see the world actually) yet. When we'll all have chips implanted in our head and have a hive mind, that is when decentralization will really be the way accepted.

Just food for thought. Smiley

Shit did i write a lot of text Smiley)))
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November 07, 2018, 09:00:03 AM
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  " ...Of course, if you look even at today's prices, those two pizzas cost 65 million dollars. In December they would've cost  200 million. "



Hoahaha Grin Sooo we miss 31 october, so now we waiting for December, holaaa... Santa will bring some Lamboos,.  ...you said that on Christmas time the BTC will pump..ok,it's close. Cool
Keep reading you ..
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November 07, 2018, 10:52:21 AM
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Hi guys,

Does anyone have issue with wallet sync? My wallet cannot sync from 11/5, it is upgraded to v2.1.2 but still no luck.

Screenshot
https://imgur.com/0cc7fcR

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  " ...Of course, if you look even at today's prices, those two pizzas cost 65 million dollars. In December they would've cost  200 million. "



Hoahaha Grin Sooo we miss 31 october, so now we waiting for December, holaaa... Santa will bring some Lamboos,.  ...you said that on Christmas time the BTC will pump..ok,it's close. Cool
Keep reading you ..

talking about the past. how frustrated can you be?
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November 07, 2018, 01:59:42 PM
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what I mean is that a new wallet will not fix the fact that the current wallet did not broadcast the transaction making me lose my ravens and assets and cannot find any technical support. Please explain these?

Status: 0/unconfirmed, not in memory pool
Date: 2018-11-05 13:12
To: RXissueAssetXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXhhZGt
Debit: -500.00000000 RVN
Transaction fee: -0.00001744 RVN
Net amount: -500.00001744 RVN
Transaction ID: 670f471ced47d218fbc03452a03b984d8b77457d9fbcfcbd271d971c81986094
Transaction total size: 1507 bytes
Output index: 1

Status: 0/unconfirmed, not in memory pool
Date: 2018-11-05 13:12
From: unknown
To: RUmqruzzesrAhpgynHTwwqgj6PeHWbxCsm (own address, label: GPU mining)
Credit: 20 000 CAD
Net RVN amount: -500.00001744 RVN
Transaction ID: 670f471ced47d218fbc03452a03b984d8b77457d9fbcfcbd271d971c81986094
Transaction total size: 1507 bytes
Output index: 3

Status: 0/unconfirmed, not in memory pool
Date: 2018-11-05 13:15
To: RXissueAssetXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXhhZGt
Debit: -500.00000000 RVN
Transaction fee: -0.00000378 RVN
Net amount: -500.00000378 RVN
Transaction ID: e9fbaad6429dc84a4abf536d4a2f5227e47ba60984c728618f27f8a6d78a5131
Transaction total size: 327 bytes
Output index: 0

Status: 0/unconfirmed, not in memory pool
Date: 2018-11-05 13:15
From: unknown
To: RUmqruzzesrAhpgynHTwwqgj6PeHWbxCsm (own address, label: GPU mining)
Credit: 1.00000000 USD
Net RVN amount: -500.00000378 RVN
Transaction ID: e9fbaad6429dc84a4abf536d4a2f5227e47ba60984c728618f27f8a6d78a5131
Transaction total size: 327 bytes
Output index: 3



Search for the zapwallettxes and rescan commands for Bitcoin stuck transactions. They work for Ravencoin also.

I did that but transactions are in conflict now with other transactions with conformations and a later timestamp from someone else. The issue is that the money is lost!! Due to technical issues the asset distributions were not done correctly. So, I hope that the person that got the CAD and USD assets will have a business case for it!!
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November 07, 2018, 02:09:50 PM
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Is it normal to see Ravencoin price decreases slowly in this past weeks? What could be the cause of these ones? I hope RVN will pump again and when should we see the stable price of this crypto, I am still holding and patiently waiting.
In my opinion, it is normal corrections after exponential rises recent weeks.
All things will be back to normal status when corrections finished.

I also hope for a good floor when this correction will get finished and people won't get chance to buy this coin where it was beginning of the last month. It growing with good support and this looking very solid.
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https://ravencoin.asset-explorer.net/


So funny to see all the names people come up with ROFL.
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November 07, 2018, 02:35:45 PM
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Some names are vulgar and insulting. It is difficult to have a serious approach to this. So, someone can send an asset called "Bill Clinton is a rapist" to other wallets!! My kids are using this wallet. I am OUT!!
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November 07, 2018, 02:51:17 PM
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You just try to do something for you own benefit and use it as you think it's best. People didn't believe in Bitcoin and still 2 pizzas were sold for 10.000 bitcoin. I think that person who gave 10.000 bitcoin hanged himself or something after seeing where it got to.


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You've got the pizza story all wrong. Yes It’s one of the best-known cryptocurrency legends: The guy who bought two pizzas with 10,000 Bitcoin back in 2010 to prove the digital currency worked. He wasn't mad about the cost, he did to prove it could be done. He helped prove that BTC was/is viable as a currency, thus that transaction helped make BTC what it is today. Plus he had a lot more BTC in his wallet.

And guess what - he’s at it again.

This time, early Bitcoin developer Laszlo Hanyecz wanted to test the Lightning Network, a technology that runs parallel to a blockchain like Bitcoin’s network and aims to speed up transactions. A couple of months ago he ended up paying 0.00649 Bitcoin for two pizzas, or $67, and the transaction cost about 6 U.S. cents.

In a year or two someone will say - that guy who bought the pizza for 0.00649 Bitcoin over paid. NO - he is a true Pioneer. And NO, he didn't hang himself. He made millions on Bitcoin.

Just clarifying. Otherwise I agree with your post and your general thoughts.
RVN... to the moon!

Thanks for the answer. I agree that he was a pioneer and yes maybe he payed 10.000 BTCs out of maybe 100K he had. Of course if you look back at all the decisions you've ever made you will always find something that based on current data, looks let's say...stupid. Of course it wasn't back then. That is and will be the first transaction that involved BTC. Even if it wasn't exactly BTC for pizza (for those not knowing the story (short version), a dude asked on a forum who would buy him a pizza or two for BTC. Someone from the UK answered, 10.000 BTC were transferred and the dude from UK placed a long distance call for a pizza order (in the US), payed with credit card and sent the pizza to the requester's home).

Of course, if you look even at today's prices, those two pizzas cost 65 million dollars. In December they would've cost  200 million. When you look at it like this it's absurd but back then BTC was 1 cent i believe. Take into account the long distance call and 2 pizzas, and suddenly 100 dollars doesn't seem so much. Again, i'm pretty sure some part of that guy died when he say BTC at 10.000. Smiley))) it's a nice way of thinking about stuff in a funnier way (i don't wish anything bad to that guy, i might just be a sadist here).

Truth is, people nowadays go on about crypto and the future  and i trust this and that and blablabla, but at the end of the year we all sell most of our cryptos for this thing we call "real money" (dollars, euros, yens etc) to buy stuff with them.

Unfortunately, i was talking to some people a few days ago about crypto and it occurred to us that if a centralized institution, some authority would build a crypto and have a bit of traction from real big players, most of the hashpower in the world i think will go there. Think of it like this. If NASDAQ builds their own coin and crypto network and idea and all, how many people would go on that coin due to the sole reason that when they have a problem they would have someone to go to. As it is crypto's main asset is decentralization, but that all goes out the window when you see you get hacked and expect someone to refund or help you. I don't think the world is ready yet for any type of decentralization (see religion, see politics, see the world actually) yet. When we'll all have chips implanted in our head and have a hive mind, that is when decentralization will really be the way accepted.

Just food for thought. Smiley

Shit did i write a lot of text Smiley)))

RVN pizza worth $220 today.

Some names are vulgar and insulting. It is difficult to have a serious approach to this. So, someone can send an asset called "Bill Clinton is a rapist" to other wallets!! My kids are using this wallet. I am OUT!!

lol. wut. Yeah Chatturga this guys mom can't read the assets. Shut it down.

So long and thanks for all the fish.

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November 07, 2018, 02:59:29 PM
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talking about the past. how frustrated can you be?
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...no ,no.. I'm speaking from reality,you mister speak for the future,near future...Christmas time...I'm quit reading this bull..it but will  look at you around Christmas if BTC is not pumped up.

 
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November 07, 2018, 03:19:03 PM
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Is it normal to see Ravencoin price decreases slowly in this past weeks? What could be the cause of these ones? I hope RVN will pump again and when should we see the stable price of this crypto, I am still holding and patiently waiting.
In my opinion, it is normal corrections after exponential rises recent weeks.
All things will be back to normal status when corrections finished.

I also hope for a good floor when this correction will get finished and people won't get chance to buy this coin where it was beginning of the last month. It growing with good support and this looking very solid.

The usual thing after a high rise, many who bought earlier fix positions.
It is due to their fixation and there is a drop in the technical analysis. If the fall continues, many of those who sold at the peak will buy again. No need to pay attention to the price and what is the technology here and what are its prospects.
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November 07, 2018, 03:21:25 PM
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The guy that bought the pizza was one of the first GPU miners of Bitcoin.  Literally one of the first 2 or 3 people in the world to mine Bitcoin by GPU when everyone else was using CPUs.

He has plenty of Bitcoin and by using some Bitcoin to make a purchase he helped raise the value of all the other Bitcoin he owned.

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