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March 12, 2014, 08:24:56 PM
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You can try to upgrade trough debug console of wallet running this command ---> grcrestarter upgrade

Am I missing something?


I'm sorry, from debug console the command it's only " upgrade "



The other command I speak about should be from command line " cmd "

Yes I'm sure it will work, but as I said I already downloaded the latest version.
Thank you very much for the help!

My pleasure, I'm glad that it's working now  Smiley
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March 12, 2014, 10:36:47 PM
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which is the best exchange to buy this coin?

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March 12, 2014, 11:51:11 PM
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which is the best exchange to buy this coin?

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https://c-cex.com/index.html?p=grc-btc

This is the one with higher trading volume...very fast and with great support  Wink
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March 13, 2014, 01:57:34 AM
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Gotta question about pool mining, hopefully I'm in the right thread.

I'm connected to http://pool.gridcoin.us, and everything is working swimmingly.  I even found a block.

But I am completely mystified about how the ranking of the leaderboard works, and how payouts are calculated.  The pool site is pretty bare-bones, so I couldn't find any kind of help or docs on there.

The column labeled "Boinc RAC" only appears to show the first few digits of my actual RAC.  For example, if my average daily credits show in the wallet as 210,000, this column shows it only as "2100"  (is that just a display bug, or are position and payouts being calculated only on the first 4 digits of my actual RAC?)

And are there really only 18 miners using that pool? (as of the time of this post)  I would've expected a lot more people to be mining in the pool.
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March 13, 2014, 02:33:06 AM
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Gotta question about pool mining, hopefully I'm in the right thread.

I'm connected to http://pool.gridcoin.us, and everything is working swimmingly.  I even found a block.

But I am completely mystified about how the ranking of the leaderboard works, and how payouts are calculated.  The pool site is pretty bare-bones, so I couldn't find any kind of help or docs on there.

The column labeled "Boinc RAC" only appears to show the first few digits of my actual RAC.  For example, if my average daily credits show in the wallet as 210,000, this column shows it only as "2100"  (is that just a display bug, or are position and payouts being calculated only on the first 4 digits of my actual RAC?)

And are there really only 18 miners using that pool? (as of the time of this post)  I would've expected a lot more people to be mining in the pool.


I think people are mostly solo mining at this stage
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March 13, 2014, 02:59:13 AM
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The pool mining is Beta @ this point.

Gotta question about pool mining, hopefully I'm in the right thread.

I'm connected to http://pool.gridcoin.us, and everything is working swimmingly.  I even found a block.

But I am completely mystified about how the ranking of the leaderboard works, and how payouts are calculated.  The pool site is pretty bare-bones, so I couldn't find any kind of help or docs on there.

The column labeled "Boinc RAC" only appears to show the first few digits of my actual RAC.  For example, if my average daily credits show in the wallet as 210,000, this column shows it only as "2100"  (is that just a display bug, or are position and payouts being calculated only on the first 4 digits of my actual RAC?)

And are there really only 18 miners using that pool? (as of the time of this post)  I would've expected a lot more people to be mining in the pool.

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March 13, 2014, 08:58:25 AM
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The pool mining is Beta @ this point.

Gotta question about pool mining, hopefully I'm in the right thread.

I'm connected to http://pool.gridcoin.us, and everything is working swimmingly.  I even found a block.

But I am completely mystified about how the ranking of the leaderboard works, and how payouts are calculated.  The pool site is pretty bare-bones, so I couldn't find any kind of help or docs on there.

The column labeled "Boinc RAC" only appears to show the first few digits of my actual RAC.  For example, if my average daily credits show in the wallet as 210,000, this column shows it only as "2100"  (is that just a display bug, or are position and payouts being calculated only on the first 4 digits of my actual RAC?)

And are there really only 18 miners using that pool? (as of the time of this post)  I would've expected a lot more people to be mining in the pool.


yes, but some more info will be very useful. For example, how payouts are calculated?

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March 13, 2014, 03:58:41 PM
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If I understood Rob correctly, it is based on the number of block found in the pool the last 7 days, but if you did not found any block it check your submitted shares. 
Personally I would really prefer a simpler method and less obscure, like for each block found in the pool, share the reward based on the submitted shares since last block found in the pool. 
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March 13, 2014, 04:05:13 PM
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If I understood Rob correctly, it is based on the number of block found in the pool the last 7 days, but if you did not found any block it check your submitted shares. 
Personally I would really prefer a simpler method and less obscure, like for each block found in the pool, share the reward based on the submitted shares since last block found in the pool. 

i'm agree with you!

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March 13, 2014, 06:32:02 PM
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If I understood Rob correctly, it is based on the number of block found in the pool the last 7 days, but if you did not found any block it check your submitted shares. 
Personally I would really prefer a simpler method and less obscure, like for each block found in the pool, share the reward based on the submitted shares since last block found in the pool. 

To a degree I agree; It should be based on weighted boinc-utilised shares instead of blocks.
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March 13, 2014, 09:10:48 PM
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If I understood Rob correctly, it is based on the number of block found in the pool the last 7 days, but if you did not found any block it check your submitted shares. 
Personally I would really prefer a simpler method and less obscure, like for each block found in the pool, share the reward based on the submitted shares since last block found in the pool. 

To a degree I agree; It should be based on weighted boinc-utilised shares instead of blocks.


even better!

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March 14, 2014, 12:28:01 AM
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Dear traders

We just added GridCoin to our exchange. https://www.swisscex.com

https://www.swisscex.com/market/GRC_BTC

Have fun trading!

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March 14, 2014, 12:43:27 AM
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That is great news, I just made a announcement on twitter.

Dear traders

We just added GridCoin to our exchange. https://www.swisscex.com

https://www.swisscex.com/market/GRC_BTC

Have fun trading!

SwissCEX
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March 14, 2014, 09:18:20 AM
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Having trouble getting gridcoin to sync on exchange and locally to my machine.  The local copy is a brand new download of 1.1.6.7, stuck on block 79439.  For the other copy of gridcoin I removed the old files and replaced them with the new files, that one is stuck on 75299.

What gives?

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March 14, 2014, 09:30:38 AM
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So I found version 2.0.0.3 inside the MSI File.  What is up with this coin?  Why is there so much clutter, why are there different versions in the downloads being offered on the site? 

What version should I be on?

Can you please update your OP etc to have accurate information for users?  Digging/searching through 134 pages of forum threads is not ideal..

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March 14, 2014, 09:49:06 AM
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Well after digging through the thread etc, I was able to finally get the right version and sync my client.

However, looking back through the thread was not an efficient way to find out what version etc I need to be on.  I was unable to find any information on versions etc in the OP and looking through thread history I see update after update after update.  I hope gridcoin does well but at this time I will be removing gridcoin from www.cryptoaltex.com. I just noticed the OP never updated the front page with our exchange either.

I have emailed all users that have gridcoin on the exchange that we will be removing gridcoin until there is a proper linux daemon that does not require wine and does not have continuous updates.

Please for the sake of your users update all files on the website to be accurate.  I downloaded the self install and ran the QT and wasted an hour watching it attempt to sync while trying to figure out what version I should be on. Yes, I see there is an update command apparently in this wallet etc, but good practice is to update the OP with "MANDATORY UPDATE" and link to the update along with version information. 

Thanks to all who have been using www.cryptoaltex.com, sorry we are removing the coin.  We have to much going on to monitor all these updates.

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March 14, 2014, 10:14:09 AM
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If I understood Rob correctly, it is based on the number of block found in the pool the last 7 days, but if you did not found any block it check your submitted shares. 

I want to add this:

I have 100% boinc utilizzation.
If i solo mine and find 1 block in one week, i gain 150grc.
If i pool mine and find 1 block in one week, how many grc i gain? I suppose << 150...am i right?

If it's so, what's the reason to use the pool?

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March 14, 2014, 12:21:23 PM
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You should follow out twitter the updates are published as they come out.: https://twitter.com/GridcoinNetwork

Well after digging through the thread etc, I was able to finally get the right version and sync my client.

However, looking back through the thread was not an efficient way to find out what version etc I need to be on.  I was unable to find any information on versions etc in the OP and looking through thread history I see update after update after update.  I hope gridcoin does well but at this time I will be removing gridcoin from www.cryptoaltex.com. I just noticed the OP never updated the front page with our exchange either.

I have emailed all users that have gridcoin on the exchange that we will be removing gridcoin until there is a proper linux daemon that does not require wine and does not have continuous updates.

Please for the sake of your users update all files on the website to be accurate.  I downloaded the self install and ran the QT and wasted an hour watching it attempt to sync while trying to figure out what version I should be on. Yes, I see there is an update command apparently in this wallet etc, but good practice is to update the OP with "MANDATORY UPDATE" and link to the update along with version information. 

Thanks to all who have been using www.cryptoaltex.com, sorry we are removing the coin.  We have to much going on to monitor all these updates.
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March 14, 2014, 01:26:17 PM
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Hi all!

@Swisscex Great news! Thanks!

We're back to our hash levels!


Andrew.

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March 14, 2014, 01:29:06 PM
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Grc is on several other exchanges.


That's cool, just as an FYI, we ADDED a command to the already existing commands and renamed an existing command.

I will put the original commands back the way they were, but its not going to be tonight or tomorrow, so take it easy for a while and Ill let you know when its working.


Thanks!

Rob H.



Still waiting on that. Without it - it's not on AllCrypt and I'm not sure how it can be running on any other exchange either.

I don't care if several other exchanges are not using all the commands they should be to handle the coins properly.

The gridcoin team changed fundamental RPC commands. We use a full suite of commands to secure and transfer coins to ensure that the transactions are safe. The gridcoin wallet will not run with our system, because our accounting is more in depth. I was told the commands would be changed back so that the coin could run on Allcrypt.

Unless that happens it will have to be removed. I was told it would happen, but its been a week now.

If the dev team does not want it on AllCrypt, please say so, as I have users getting frustrated that they have made deposits they cannot use, and GRD they cannot buy. It is in everyone's best interest to have your coin on as many exchanges as possible. We're not being unreasonable to ask that a coin follow the standards that every other coin follows as far as RPC command structure.

Yes, we COULD put the coin on as it is. But then we lower security and accountability standards, and thats not acceptable.

I'd really appreciate an answer as to if the wallet will be fixed, or if we should remove Gridcoin.

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