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March 27, 2014, 06:02:48 PM
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Current windows version is v2.1.0.7

C-cex and Poloniex are working fine.

Add that to gridcoin.conf and it should synch up, mine is working perfectly fine.

addnode=www.pgp.mx

I don't know what the story is on the linux version as I do not use that.

Ok, so unless something gets fixed we're going to have to de-list Gridcoin from AllCrypt.com

I was told the wallet was fixed and the RPC commands restored. So I installed it. Showing a wallet balance of zero - was told maybe it got corrupted. I havent even attempted to fix THAT issue, because I've had zero connections for over a week now.

So I ask what the current version is, and no answer.

So I download and install the windows version and see THAT version is NOT the version on Github. So the wallet everyone is using is not only NOT public, but exchanges are stuck on an out of date wallet, that as far as I can tell, doesn't even sync with the network.

No coin should be worth this amount of work just to get on the exchange.

We need this fixed, ASAP, or we're going to have to drop Gridcoin. I've personally wasted way too many hours on it.
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March 27, 2014, 06:26:13 PM
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Markets are still frozen on poloniex  Undecided



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March 27, 2014, 06:37:41 PM
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Current windows version is v2.1.0.7

C-cex and Poloniex are working fine.

Add that to gridcoin.conf and it should synch up, mine is working perfectly fine.

addnode=www.pgp.mx

I don't know what the story is on the linux version as I do not use that.

Ok, so unless something gets fixed we're going to have to de-list Gridcoin from AllCrypt.com

I was told the wallet was fixed and the RPC commands restored. So I installed it. Showing a wallet balance of zero - was told maybe it got corrupted. I havent even attempted to fix THAT issue, because I've had zero connections for over a week now.

So I ask what the current version is, and no answer.

So I download and install the windows version and see THAT version is NOT the version on Github. So the wallet everyone is using is not only NOT public, but exchanges are stuck on an out of date wallet, that as far as I can tell, doesn't even sync with the network.

No coin should be worth this amount of work just to get on the exchange.

We need this fixed, ASAP, or we're going to have to drop Gridcoin. I've personally wasted way too many hours on it.

Tried that node and every other node. Sits at 0 connections. The linux version is behind 2.1.0.7. Poloniex and the other exchange may well be using the windows wallets. God knows why if they are. I'd ask but I'm not quite sure they'd be helpful Wink

Cant hurt.

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March 27, 2014, 06:42:33 PM
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If you have an existing peers.dat file delete it, i had same issues on my rigs they would not sync unless the peers.dat file was deleted.

Current windows version is v2.1.0.7

C-cex and Poloniex are working fine.

Add that to gridcoin.conf and it should synch up, mine is working perfectly fine.

addnode=www.pgp.mx

I don't know what the story is on the linux version as I do not use that.

Ok, so unless something gets fixed we're going to have to de-list Gridcoin from AllCrypt.com

I was told the wallet was fixed and the RPC commands restored. So I installed it. Showing a wallet balance of zero - was told maybe it got corrupted. I havent even attempted to fix THAT issue, because I've had zero connections for over a week now.

So I ask what the current version is, and no answer.

So I download and install the windows version and see THAT version is NOT the version on Github. So the wallet everyone is using is not only NOT public, but exchanges are stuck on an out of date wallet, that as far as I can tell, doesn't even sync with the network.

No coin should be worth this amount of work just to get on the exchange.

We need this fixed, ASAP, or we're going to have to drop Gridcoin. I've personally wasted way too many hours on it.

Tried that node and every other node. Sits at 0 connections. The linux version is behind 2.1.0.7. Poloniex and the other exchange may well be using the windows wallets. God knows why if they are. I'd ask but I'm not quite sure they'd be helpful Wink

Cant hurt.
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March 27, 2014, 06:58:48 PM
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If you have an existing peers.dat file delete it, i had same issues on my rigs they would not sync unless the peers.dat file was deleted.



Oh thats been done about 20x also Wink

I truly think its because this is a windows coin and the linux source is so neglected. The funky hoops you need to jump to even compile it says a ton.

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March 27, 2014, 07:03:54 PM
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Unfortunately for now it is, if it wasn't for the recent hacking incidents we would have an improved linux wallet, but this is a very complex project so for now this is
what we have.

If you have an existing peers.dat file delete it, i had same issues on my rigs they would not sync unless the peers.dat file was deleted.



Oh thats been done about 20x also Wink

I truly think its because this is a windows coin and the linux source is so neglected. The funky hoops you need to jump to even compile it says a ton.
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March 27, 2014, 07:12:46 PM
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Unfortunately for now it is, if it wasn't for the recent hacking incidents we would have an improved linux wallet, but this is a very complex project so for now this is
what we have.

If you have an existing peers.dat file delete it, i had same issues on my rigs they would not sync unless the peers.dat file was deleted.



Oh thats been done about 20x also Wink

I truly think its because this is a windows coin and the linux source is so neglected. The funky hoops you need to jump to even compile it says a ton.

Tbh, the gridcoin really needs a fork to before the hacking, or a relaunch as it shouldn't have been launched in an alpha state.
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March 27, 2014, 07:46:08 PM
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I think it was great that it was launched in alpha state. That way there is no copycats and everyone can follow and join the progress.

Unfortunately for now it is, if it wasn't for the recent hacking incidents we would have an improved linux wallet, but this is a very complex project so for now this is
what we have.

If you have an existing peers.dat file delete it, i had same issues on my rigs they would not sync unless the peers.dat file was deleted.



Oh thats been done about 20x also Wink

I truly think its because this is a windows coin and the linux source is so neglected. The funky hoops you need to jump to even compile it says a ton.

Tbh, the gridcoin really needs a fork to before the hacking, or a relaunch as it shouldn't have been launched in an alpha state.
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March 27, 2014, 08:47:32 PM
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Unfortunately for now it is, if it wasn't for the recent hacking incidents we would have an improved linux wallet, but this is a very complex project so for now this is
what we have.

If you have an existing peers.dat file delete it, i had same issues on my rigs they would not sync unless the peers.dat file was deleted.



Oh thats been done about 20x also Wink

I truly think its because this is a windows coin and the linux source is so neglected. The funky hoops you need to jump to even compile it says a ton.

Tbh, the gridcoin really needs a fork to before the hacking, or a relaunch as it shouldn't have been launched in an alpha state.

Sorry to say but your comments are like you are some kind of god who knows every right answer for everything. We should have forked but I think it's a bit too late already. I get this feeling that you are only thinking your own good and not others.

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March 27, 2014, 10:16:15 PM
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Unfortunately for now it is, if it wasn't for the recent hacking incidents we would have an improved linux wallet, but this is a very complex project so for now this is
what we have.

If you have an existing peers.dat file delete it, i had same issues on my rigs they would not sync unless the peers.dat file was deleted.



Oh thats been done about 20x also Wink

I truly think its because this is a windows coin and the linux source is so neglected. The funky hoops you need to jump to even compile it says a ton.
Tbh, the gridcoin really needs a fork to before the hacking, or a relaunch as it shouldn't have been launched in an alpha state.

Sorry to say but your comments are like you are some kind of god who knows every right answer for everything. We should have forked but I think it's a bit too late already. I get this feeling that you are only thinking your own good and not others.
By any chance would you be one of the people who benefitted from the 5mil+ GRC that were hacked out of the cryptocurrency itself? Making such accusations of grandeurism you appear to be opposing something that would hurt you more than everyone here.

But if you generally have something against my constant asking questions/suggesting features/getting involved with the community, i'm sorry but i don't feel like sitting back and reaping the rewards off the backs of others, i'd rather get involved and help develop this crypto.

Lets face it, there's only been like.. 2btc/day traded MAX on c-cex. The exchange has only had the wallet up for trade the last like 3 days, there was totally a window to reverse the issue.
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March 27, 2014, 10:20:05 PM
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Have again problems with my wallet synchronize. Maybe i shall redownload and start again.
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March 28, 2014, 12:06:15 AM
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Unfortunately for now it is, if it wasn't for the recent hacking incidents we would have an improved linux wallet, but this is a very complex project so for now this is
what we have.

If you have an existing peers.dat file delete it, i had same issues on my rigs they would not sync unless the peers.dat file was deleted.



Oh thats been done about 20x also Wink

I truly think its because this is a windows coin and the linux source is so neglected. The funky hoops you need to jump to even compile it says a ton.
Tbh, the gridcoin really needs a fork to before the hacking, or a relaunch as it shouldn't have been launched in an alpha state.

Sorry to say but your comments are like you are some kind of god who knows every right answer for everything. We should have forked but I think it's a bit too late already. I get this feeling that you are only thinking your own good and not others.
By any chance would you be one of the people who benefitted from the 5mil+ GRC that were hacked out of the cryptocurrency itself? Making such accusations of grandeurism you appear to be opposing something that would hurt you more than everyone here.

But if you generally have something against my constant asking questions/suggesting features/getting involved with the community, i'm sorry but i don't feel like sitting back and reaping the rewards off the backs of others, i'd rather get involved and help develop this crypto.

Lets face it, there's only been like.. 2btc/day traded MAX on c-cex. The exchange has only had the wallet up for trade the last like 3 days, there was totally a window to reverse the issue.

Hi,

it's not even 3 million!

Well, it's great that you get involved, the reddit page for example is a nice job.
However, you write your posts in a more direct manner and sometimes it looks like you didn't read a whole post before reacting to it..so don't be surprised when someone reacts like that.

As I stated on the other forum a rollback of 6-7k blocks would only do more harm and from what I read Rob isn't a fan of that solution either.
Relaunch is a plain nonsense.

Andrew.

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March 28, 2014, 12:07:20 AM
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Have again problems with my wallet synchronize. Maybe i shall redownload and start again.

Also try to use only this addnode in your gridcoin.conf

addnode=www.pgp.mx

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March 28, 2014, 02:09:53 AM
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hey, let's hang at #gridcoin on freenode

https://webchat.freenode.net/?channels=%23gridcoin
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March 28, 2014, 02:38:41 AM
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Unfortunately for now it is, if it wasn't for the recent hacking incidents we would have an improved linux wallet, but this is a very complex project so for now this is
what we have.

If you have an existing peers.dat file delete it, i had same issues on my rigs they would not sync unless the peers.dat file was deleted.



Oh thats been done about 20x also Wink

I truly think its because this is a windows coin and the linux source is so neglected. The funky hoops you need to jump to even compile it says a ton.

doesn't he need to get in touch with Rob to get the keys he added to keep unauthorized builds off the network?
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March 28, 2014, 09:04:09 AM
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Unfortunately for now it is, if it wasn't for the recent hacking incidents we would have an improved linux wallet, but this is a very complex project so for now this is
what we have.

If you have an existing peers.dat file delete it, i had same issues on my rigs they would not sync unless the peers.dat file was deleted.



Oh thats been done about 20x also Wink

I truly think its because this is a windows coin and the linux source is so neglected. The funky hoops you need to jump to even compile it says a ton.

doesn't he need to get in touch with Rob to get the keys he added to keep unauthorized builds off the network?
Hi,

yes, that's correct.
I sent him a PM and e-mail with Robs contacts.

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March 28, 2014, 09:09:45 AM
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Unfortunately for now it is, if it wasn't for the recent hacking incidents we would have an improved linux wallet, but this is a very complex project so for now this is
what we have.

If you have an existing peers.dat file delete it, i had same issues on my rigs they would not sync unless the peers.dat file was deleted.



Oh thats been done about 20x also Wink

I truly think its because this is a windows coin and the linux source is so neglected. The funky hoops you need to jump to even compile it says a ton.
Tbh, the gridcoin really needs a fork to before the hacking, or a relaunch as it shouldn't have been launched in an alpha state.

Sorry to say but your comments are like you are some kind of god who knows every right answer for everything. We should have forked but I think it's a bit too late already. I get this feeling that you are only thinking your own good and not others.
By any chance would you be one of the people who benefitted from the 5mil+ GRC that were hacked out of the cryptocurrency itself? Making such accusations of grandeurism you appear to be opposing something that would hurt you more than everyone here.

But if you generally have something against my constant asking questions/suggesting features/getting involved with the community, i'm sorry but i don't feel like sitting back and reaping the rewards off the backs of others, i'd rather get involved and help develop this crypto.

Lets face it, there's only been like.. 2btc/day traded MAX on c-cex. The exchange has only had the wallet up for trade the last like 3 days, there was totally a window to reverse the issue.

Hi,

it's not even 3 million!

Well, it's great that you get involved, the reddit page for example is a nice job.
However, you write your posts in a more direct manner and sometimes it looks like you didn't read a whole post before reacting to it..so don't be surprised when someone reacts like that.

As I stated on the other forum a rollback of 6-7k blocks would only do more harm and from what I read Rob isn't a fan of that solution either.
Relaunch is a plain nonsense.

Andrew.
Gotcha, i'll take more time over my posts and try to not come off as much of a douche.
Yeah, i guess we've surpassed the window of opportunity for rolling back the network, no worries :/
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March 28, 2014, 05:33:51 PM
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Can anyone give me an idea of the BTC/scrypt MH-equivalent when mining Gridcoin?  If profit is even close to mining other coins, I would love for my GPUs to be doing something to help humanity in addition to making my house uncomfortably warm. 
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March 28, 2014, 05:50:13 PM
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Can anyone give me an idea of the BTC/scrypt MH-equivalent when mining Gridcoin?  If profit is even close to mining other coins, I would love for my GPUs to be doing something to help humanity in addition to making my house uncomfortably warm.  
I'll be frank.
At it's current all time low of 0.000019, i find it's tripple the proifitability than ltc.
Seriously.

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FYI Guys, i've created 5 super seed nodes for the gridcoin payment network and created a guide at the same time.

Check the thread out Smiley https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/9199-gridcoin-supernodes/
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March 28, 2014, 07:15:42 PM
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Can anyone give me an idea of the BTC/scrypt MH-equivalent when mining Gridcoin?  If profit is even close to mining other coins, I would love for my GPUs to be doing something to help humanity in addition to making my house uncomfortably warm.  
I'll be frank.
At it's current all time low of 0.000019, i find it's tripple the proifitability than ltc.
Seriously.

edit:
FYI Guys, i've created 5 super seed nodes for the gridcoin payment network and created a guide at the same time.

Check the thread out Smiley https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/9199-gridcoin-supernodes/

Downloaded latest client, deleteed peers.dat, added your nodes, still 8 days behind and can't sync.  This shit is getting old, I still owe someone over 9000 coins that are stuck as unconfirmed transaction in my wallet.  It's been a month now.

Don't expect to get on a big exchange unless these issues are resolved.

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