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March 05, 2015, 02:32:23 AM
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craptsy is still lagging behind on getting updated, Just hope they do not do like stable coin and some others and never update the wallet Sad


also hope the lower volume of coins mined does not drop the daily trade volume causing it to fall off the map too.

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March 05, 2015, 02:46:49 AM
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Sorry to ask again but are any of you interested in having this coin accepted at a marketplace/online-store?
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March 05, 2015, 02:56:43 AM
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NOBL wallet on Poloniex is unfrozen.

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March 05, 2015, 07:08:25 AM
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Sorry to ask again but are any of you interested in having this coin accepted at a marketplace/online-store?

Of course. Noble is geared towards payments and the more shops the better!
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March 05, 2015, 07:39:06 AM
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Dear Admin,

I am using version v1.1.0.3 .

http://prntscr.com/6cmqsm

I can not transfer my coins to Bittrex from my wallet . Please help me for fix it ! What should I do atm ?

Sincere thanks so much !


1. Do not panic Wink

2. It is too late to convert coins via exchange. But you can do it by yourself too without any time limit.

2.1. This is the recommended method: https://github.com/eagleflies/noblecoin/wiki/Importing-private-keys-from-old-wallet.dat-using---salvagewallet-option

2.2. This is manual method https://github.com/eagleflies/noblecoin/wiki/Manual-way-of-importing-private-keys

3. To be able to see proper balance in your new wallet two conditions must be met:
- you need to import private keys using any method
- coins need to be distributed first (This has not started yet. I will announce when this happens)


Sincere thanks for your enthusiastic help !

I will try to do it. I am newbie.. ! Hope you will help me again if i do anything wrong in processing !

Sincere thanks again !
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March 05, 2015, 07:48:07 AM
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Yes i was ready, but choosed the easy way. Luckily i did one transaction before the exchange wallets
were in maintenance, so i'm minting and mining since last night.
Really great job , you have no noble donation adress for a small tip ? Wink


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March 05, 2015, 08:05:51 AM
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Yes i was ready, but choosed the easy way. Luckily i did one transaction before the exchange wallets
were in maintenance, so i'm minting and mining since last night.
Really great job , you have no noble donation adress for a small tip ? Wink

I'm happy that you're happy Wink

Here's my address: 9acVmwMxq8nKfpvvfwtKu7Vp6xE5dhHx7o

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March 05, 2015, 08:45:06 AM
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Hey guys,

Is anyone working on a wallet for the Raspberry Pi?

I tried compiling both the qt and the headless NOBL wallets on my RaspPi 2 but I bumped into a lot of errors.

I would be great to have a qt-wallet able to stake NOBL on a low power device that can run forever, adding valuable nodes to the network.

Any ideas?

Thanks!


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March 05, 2015, 08:53:40 AM
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Hey guys,

Is anyone working on a wallet for the Raspberry Pi?

I tried compiling both the qt and the headless NOBL wallets on my RaspPi 2 but I bumped into a lot of errors.

I would be great to have a qt-wallet able to stake NOBL on a low power device that can run forever, adding valuable nodes to the network.

Any ideas?

Thanks!


i don't have a raspberry, but would like to know what errors do you see? try to setup up like in this tutorial http://blog.pryds.eu/2014/06/compile-bitcoin-core-on-raspberry-pi.html



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March 05, 2015, 09:41:02 AM
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Bittrex wallet still disabled  Sad


We have a balance problem that we're working out with the dev...

Sorry for the delay.

richie@bittrex

Looking for the best exchange? -> https://bittrex.com
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March 05, 2015, 10:57:47 AM
Last edit: March 05, 2015, 11:16:49 AM by james6546
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The community PoA campaign is still running, but only until tomorrow. So if you fancy up to 10k fancy shiny new PoS NobleCoins check it out.

http://promoplugs.com/Campaign.aspx?CID=147

Please make sure the receiving wallet is on the new blockchain or you won't get em Smiley

Edit: I'll leave the next round of payouts until 6pm GMT so people have time to get their wallets sorted.
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March 05, 2015, 11:27:31 AM
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Hey guys,

Is anyone working on a wallet for the Raspberry Pi?

I tried compiling both the qt and the headless NOBL wallets on my RaspPi 2 but I bumped into a lot of errors.

I would be great to have a qt-wallet able to stake NOBL on a low power device that can run forever, adding valuable nodes to the network.

Any ideas?

Thanks!


i don't have a raspberry, but would like to know what errors do you see? try to setup up like in this tutorial http://blog.pryds.eu/2014/06/compile-bitcoin-core-on-raspberry-pi.html

That is approximately what I did to compile other wallets (NVC, PPC, XPY, BLK, HYP)

But for NOBL, I had to try something else.

First attempt:

$ qmake

One of the messages states:

Project MESSAGE: Warning: unknown QT: widgets

$ make

This stops almost immediately with a message:

cc1plus: error: unrecognized command line option ‘-msse2’
Makefile:703: recipe for target 'build/bitcoin.o' failed
make: *** [build/bitcoin.o] Error 1

Second attempt:

$ qmake

Now I edited the Makefile and removed the ‘-msse2’ flags

$ make

Now the compilation returns other error:
src/uint256.h:14:19: fatal error: gmpxx.h: No such file or directory
compilation terminated.
Makefile:703: recipe for target 'build/bitcoin.o' failed
make: *** [build/bitcoin.o] Error 1

My Linux knowledge is limited but I would like to learn how to overcome this.

Can someone, please, help me?

Thanks

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March 05, 2015, 11:45:31 AM
Last edit: March 05, 2015, 12:00:06 PM by eagleflies
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Hey guys,

Is anyone working on a wallet for the Raspberry Pi?

I tried compiling both the qt and the headless NOBL wallets on my RaspPi 2 but I bumped into a lot of errors.

I would be great to have a qt-wallet able to stake NOBL on a low power device that can run forever, adding valuable nodes to the network.

Any ideas?

Thanks!


i don't have a raspberry, but would like to know what errors do you see? try to setup up like in this tutorial http://blog.pryds.eu/2014/06/compile-bitcoin-core-on-raspberry-pi.html

That is approximately what I did to compile other wallets (NVC, PPC, XPY, BLK, HYP)

But for NOBL, I had to try something else.

First attempt:

$ qmake

One of the messages states:

Project MESSAGE: Warning: unknown QT: widgets

$ make

This stops almost immediately with a message:

cc1plus: error: unrecognized command line option ‘-msse2’
Makefile:703: recipe for target 'build/bitcoin.o' failed
make: *** [build/bitcoin.o] Error 1

Second attempt:

$ qmake

Now I edited the Makefile and removed the ‘-msse2’ flags

$ make

Now the compilation returns other error:
src/uint256.h:14:19: fatal error: gmpxx.h: No such file or directory
compilation terminated.
Makefile:703: recipe for target 'build/bitcoin.o' failed
make: *** [build/bitcoin.o] Error 1

My Linux knowledge is limited but I would like to learn how to overcome this.

Can someone, please, help me?

Thanks

Hey guys,

Is anyone working on a wallet for the Raspberry Pi?

I tried compiling both the qt and the headless NOBL wallets on my RaspPi 2 but I bumped into a lot of errors.

I would be great to have a qt-wallet able to stake NOBL on a low power device that can run forever, adding valuable nodes to the network.

Any ideas?

Thanks!


i don't have a raspberry, but would like to know what errors do you see? try to setup up like in this tutorial http://blog.pryds.eu/2014/06/compile-bitcoin-core-on-raspberry-pi.html

That is approximately what I did to compile other wallets (NVC, PPC, XPY, BLK, HYP)

But for NOBL, I had to try something else.

First attempt:

$ qmake

One of the messages states:

Project MESSAGE: Warning: unknown QT: widgets

$ make

This stops almost immediately with a message:

cc1plus: error: unrecognized command line option ‘-msse2’
Makefile:703: recipe for target 'build/bitcoin.o' failed
make: *** [build/bitcoin.o] Error 1

Second attempt:

$ qmake

Now I edited the Makefile and removed the ‘-msse2’ flags

$ make

Now the compilation returns other error:
src/uint256.h:14:19: fatal error: gmpxx.h: No such file or directory
compilation terminated.
Makefile:703: recipe for target 'build/bitcoin.o' failed
make: *** [build/bitcoin.o] Error 1

My Linux knowledge is limited but I would like to learn how to overcome this.

Can someone, please, help me?

Thanks

I think you miss library for GMP

ii  libgmp-dev:amd64        2:5.1.3+dfsg-1ub amd64            Multiprecision arithmetic library developers tools

This 'libgmp-dev' is what I have installed under kubuntu.


Edit: I have just added info about this library to docs: https://github.com/eagleflies/noblecoin/blob/eagle/doc/build-unix.txt#L67

Thank you!
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March 05, 2015, 12:09:00 PM
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Thanks to myeagleflies and to all who helped with the process!

The new Noble era has begun Wink
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Thanks to myeagleflies and to all who helped with the process!

The new Noble era has begun Wink


On that note - is anyone capable of modifying our OP? We should change it to provide information about PoS, remove outdated links to pools etc.

Any takers? Wink
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March 05, 2015, 01:48:53 PM
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Sorry if my question is dumb. But its my first coin with POS and i dont really get it.

About 7h ago my wallet showed a few k as Balance and 98% of my Coins under Stake.

About 5 min ago there where 80% Balance and 20% under Stake.

And now there is no Stake Coins and all under Balance.

I got mined coins. But i dont get the Balance/Stake. Should not everythin be at Stake that is older than 2h??

Also should the PC need that much CPU Power while staking? Or should i reboot him if something else uses the CPU???
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Sorry if my question is dumb. But its my first coin with POS and i dont really get it.

About 7h ago my wallet showed a few k as Balance and 98% of my Coins under Stake.

About 5 min ago there where 80% Balance and 20% under Stake.

And now there is no Stake Coins and all under Balance.

I got mined coins. But i dont get the Balance/Stake. Should not everythin be at Stake that is older than 2h??

Also should the PC need that much CPU Power while staking? Or should i reboot him if something else uses the CPU???

Brief description how POS II works

Explanation of Balance and Stake sections
After wallet is started everything is under Balance. Your wallet begins attempts to stake.
Then if it manages to stake a block money from this particular transaction moves under Stake.
It stays there for 70 blocks until reward matures.
Then it moves back under Balance and this money is available for staking again.

Regarding CPU power usage- it depends on how many transactions you have in your wallet. POS II design is that every successful staking splits transaction into two halves. Hence transaction sizes become smaller and smaller which means there will be more and more transactions competing with other wallets. This increases PoS weight and helps secure the network.

However the more transactions you have the more CPU power is used. So you can see both pros and cons. I do not know how many transactions you have and what computer you are using. If CPU usage is too high you can generate new receiving address and send all money from your wallet into this single address. This way you will have just one transaction which will be staking so CPU usage should drop.

Apart of that there may be other reasons why CPU usage is high. Common one is not enough RAM etc.


Example:

1. Let's say you have 10 mil of coins in one transaction.
2. If you keep staking it after a while staking event happens.
3. 10 mil is divided onto 2 transactions (5 mil + reward) each (this moves under Stake section)
4. After 70 blocks 10 mil + reward is moved back under Balance. The only difference is now you have 2 transactions of 5 mil each which try to stake.


Real world example:
https://chainz.cryptoid.info/nobl/block.dws?2834.htm

From (amount) -> 9pyknnPjfJ9cQFbt7ovZS44tTUBbiea73m   500,057.18 NOBLES
Created   30.39405957 NOBLES

You can see "From" transaction was split into two transactions:
- 9pyknnPjfJ9cQFbt7ovZS44tTUBbiea73m   250,043.78 NOBLES
- 9pyknnPjfJ9cQFbt7ovZS44tTUBbiea73m   250,043.79405957 NOBLES
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March 05, 2015, 02:09:39 PM
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Sorry if my question is dumb. But its my first coin with POS and i dont really get it.

About 7h ago my wallet showed a few k as Balance and 98% of my Coins under Stake.

About 5 min ago there where 80% Balance and 20% under Stake.

And now there is no Stake Coins and all under Balance.

I got mined coins. But i dont get the Balance/Stake. Should not everythin be at Stake that is older than 2h??

Also should the PC need that much CPU Power while staking? Or should i reboot him if something else uses the CPU???

Explanation of Balance and Stake sections
After wallet is started everything is under Balance. Your wallet begins attempts to stake.
Then if it manages to stake a block money from this particular transaction moves under Stake.
It stays there for 70 blocks until reward matures.
Then it moves back under Balance and this money is available for staking again.

Regarding CPU power usage- it depends on how many transactions you have in your wallet. POS II design is that every successful staking splits transaction into two halves. Hence transaction sizes become smaller and smaller which means there will be more and more transactions competing with other wallets. This increases PoS weight and helps secure the network.

However the more transactions you have the more CPU power is used. So you can see both pros and cons. I do not know how many transactions you have and what computer you are using. If CPU usage is too high you can generate new receiving address and send all money from your wallet into this single address. This way you will have just one transaction which will be staking so CPU usage should drop.


Example:

1. Let's say you have 10 mil of coins in one transaction.
2. If you keep staking it after a while staking event happens.
3. 10 mil is divided onto 2 transactions (5 mil + reward) each (this moves under Stake section)
4. After 70 blocks 10 mil + reward is moved back under Balance. The only difference is now you have 2 transactions of 5 mil each which try to stake.




Thanks!
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March 05, 2015, 02:23:33 PM
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Thanks!

No worries. I have added "real world" example to my post which should help you grasp what is happening under the hood. Wink
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March 05, 2015, 02:30:52 PM
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Can't tell what the status on C-Cex is. Trading has not been suspended, no annoucement, same balance.

I can see they have chat window. Do you have an account with them? Could you ask them about the switch?

I went to IRC, but it does not look they have IRC channel.

I got a hold of C-Cex support, you should get a pm anytime soon.
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