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July 25, 2016, 07:24:45 PM
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How do I import private key into the offical Emercoin wallet? Did not found an import feature, only export.
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July 25, 2016, 09:20:57 PM
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How do I import private key into the offical Emercoin wallet? Did not found an import feature, only export.

I had the same question months ago Smiley

Here is how you do it (make sure you have your wallet unlocked, otherwise it does not work):


How can I import a paper wallet into the Emercoin desktop wallet?

Any help is appreciated! Smiley

In the Debug window in the desktop wallet, use the command importprivkey

for example:

importprivkey 6RADQpd6fn1pXEy3cYBUVRqHauZeKaqn258r4geRGHRvyAa7PGE

Be sure to copy the private key exactly as shown on the paper wallet. Perhaps there is some software that can read in the QR code and save you having to type it but I don't know what software to suggest.

Obviously you should not reveal your wallet's private key!

Be aware that if you spend part of the funds from the paper wallet address, the change will go to a new address and the paper wallet address becomes empty (even if you only spend a part of it). So make sure to back up the new wallet, or otherwise send the remaining balance back to the paper wallet's address.

I hope this helps!


When trying thee importprivkey command I am getting the following error:

Error adding key to wallet (code -4)

How can I fix this? Sad


Which is the first number or letter of your private key?

there are some slash in the key when you put it?

sure you are not trying to import the public key instead of provate key?close the wallet open it and try again, let us know if it works now


Yes, I am sure about that.

It seems like the actual command is:


importprivkey <emercoinprivkey> [label]


What do I have to enter as a label?

Thanks! Smiley

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July 25, 2016, 09:28:43 PM
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How do I import private key into the offical Emercoin wallet? Did not found an import feature, only export.

Hi!
Try any dev client https://sourceforge.net/projects/emercoin/files/development/

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July 26, 2016, 07:50:41 PM
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Newbie so please excuse the stupid questions.  I am interested in mining and after doing some research I like emercoin.  I went ahead and installed the wallet as per the instructions for POS at http://emercoin.com/MINING_GUIDE_POS.  Wallet is setup correctly (encrypted and unlocked for block minting only) and I am synced with the green check mark (178692) yet for roughly half the day not a single thing has happened.

I also looked into mining POW with the instructions at http://emercoin.com/MINING_GUIDE_POW.  Again I followed the instructions listed, but when running gcminer it did not find any devices.  I'm assuming because this is an older gpu card.  Can you not mine with CPU?

This is an old laptop as I am just playing around to see how everything works before deciding to actually pursue 'really' doing this.  Windows 10, 64-bit, and an Nvidia GeForce GT300M.

What do I need to do differently here to get some coins mined?  Is there a mining software that would be recommended over gcminer which would change the results I am seeing for the POW mining?

Hello scuba,

I can tell you mining with any CPU or GPU at this point would be totally inefficient. You will need an ASIC to begin mining Emercoin. As for the PoS, you do not see any activity because it sounds like you do not have any mature coins to stake. You must have coins in your wallet for at least 30 days without them moving for them to have a chance to gain interest.

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Last edit: July 28, 2016, 01:29:56 AM by craslovell
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After the initial Chinese driven trading frenzy we saw in the past week it appears the price is leveling and finding a median of volume as well. Though this forum thread may be significantly quieter than that of other projects, the work being done behind the scenes is an entirely different story.

As a reminder, please head over to the Emercointalk Forum and help the discussion grow!

Side note: After over 2 and a half years, this announcement thread has finally reached 100k views.

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July 29, 2016, 09:11:09 PM
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im trying to understand how the block reward works.. i understand it's 5020 per block, but decreases based on complexity.

can you explain this complexity, because i see now that PoW blocks are only producing about ~40 coins per block, and only a few times per day..

i like the project, and am pretty interested.

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July 31, 2016, 05:21:33 AM
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im trying to understand how the block reward works.. i understand it's 5020 per block, but decreases based on complexity.

can you explain this complexity, because i see now that PoW blocks are only producing about ~40 coins per block, and only a few times per day..

i like the project, and am pretty interested.

Similar question myself... trying to find a resource for an up-to-date difficulty and block reward value so I can do some calculations before purchasing a rig.  I see the difficulty listed at https://pool.emercoin.com/stats, but where can I find the current block reward?
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July 31, 2016, 07:27:12 AM
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im trying to understand how the block reward works.. i understand it's 5020 per block, but decreases based on complexity.

can you explain this complexity, because i see now that PoW blocks are only producing about ~40 coins per block, and only a few times per day..

i like the project, and am pretty interested.

Similar question myself... trying to find a resource for an up-to-date difficulty and block reward value so I can do some calculations before purchasing a rig.  I see the difficulty listed at https://pool.emercoin.com/stats, but where can I find the current block reward?

I suppose at https://emercoin.mintr.org/chain you can see latest stats. It's an amazingly comprehensive block explorer specifically made for emc. Lots of info there.

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July 31, 2016, 08:41:30 PM
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im trying to understand how the block reward works.. i understand it's 5020 per block, but decreases based on complexity.

can you explain this complexity, because i see now that PoW blocks are only producing about ~40 coins per block, and only a few times per day..

i like the project, and am pretty interested.

Hi Sunerok,

The formula is this: reward = 5020 / sqrt(sqrt(difficulty))

An easier way to check the current reward is to simply take a look at the last PoW block on emercoin.mintr.org

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July 31, 2016, 09:09:41 PM
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Why reward 5020 ?
now 71.53...
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July 31, 2016, 09:19:38 PM
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Why reward 5020 ?
now 71.53...

Block reward is based on difficulty (complexity) it was only 5020 per block for a very small window over 2 and a half years ago when the chained was launched and Emercoin had no value. It has been steady ever since then.

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July 31, 2016, 09:22:42 PM
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Well, still what is the correct formula for 1K if PoS in my wallet ?
One month right ?
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July 31, 2016, 10:13:14 PM
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Just stumbled upon this coin but noticed you don't have a Mac wallet.
If you decide you can provide one but, don't have someone to make one,
this link can help: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1483690.msg14953484#msg14953484

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August 01, 2016, 07:17:24 PM
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Well, still what is the correct formula for 1K if PoS in my wallet ?
One month right ?

It will take one month of inactivity on the coins for them to become eligible for staking rewards. You might have better luck using the staking pool on emercoin.mintr.org. It will give you a breakdown of what your chance of minting is, and what reward you can expect.

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August 01, 2016, 07:19:05 PM
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A new example of how Emercoin is being put to use for business: Forklog

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August 01, 2016, 07:51:15 PM
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The EMC price and trading volumn are both going down.  Angry Angry

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August 02, 2016, 12:03:37 AM
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The EMC price and trading volumn are both going down.  Angry Angry


All markets seek equilibrium my friend, worry not. Many projects are underway and if the first half of 2016 is any indication, the results will be well received by the market. Bookmark this thread because you know you'll be back  Smiley

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August 04, 2016, 06:29:49 PM
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Why reward 5020 ?
now 71.53...

Block reward is based on difficulty (complexity) it was only 5020 per block for a very small window over 2 and a half years ago when the chained was launched and Emercoin had no value. It has been steady ever since then.

Is there an calculation or estimation on how the inflationary rate will be in future and how the approx total supply looks like ?

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August 05, 2016, 01:57:56 AM
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Why reward 5020 ?
now 71.53...

Block reward is based on difficulty (complexity) it was only 5020 per block for a very small window over 2 and a half years ago when the chained was launched and Emercoin had no value. It has been steady ever since then.

Is there an calculation or estimation on how the inflationary rate will be in future and how the approx total supply looks like ?


As for total supply you can see Emercoin on coinmarketcap

PoS inflation is 6% per year for staking balances. PoW inflation rate would vary depending on PoW difficulty, however the coming addition of merged mining should help ensure that difficulty remains very high and steady, driving PoW inflation downward.

So to answer it briefly, inflation should be trending downward, and current total supply at this moment is ~ 38,247,528 EMC

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August 05, 2016, 02:02:03 AM
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Emercointalk now has a Chinese language board as well as a marketplace board, per user requests.

News of the boards to our Chinese enthusiasts is forthcoming.

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