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Author Topic: NobleCoin[NOBL] - 8% PoS | 1Yr+ | MARKETPLACE | PAY | GIFT | CHARITIES/MERCHANTS  (Read 1009218 times)
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March 09, 2015, 01:04:45 AM
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also on the new noble wallet is not getting any connections, and when it fired up (loading it on a machine that has never had noble on it) it said it was loading the 1.1.0.3 version on the splash screen that shows up while the wallet is being installed. any thoughts??

***edit, I just shut it down and restarted it after it was installed and it still shows the same mismatched version number on the start up splash screen, and it still does not connect to anyone at all. so getting it up and running is impossible for me to go salvage my coins that I invested my hash and money into. Please some one message me or something if you know how to fix this.

That's correct. The version shown on splash screen is wrong.

Anyone with basic image editing skills wants to fix the splash image?

What needs to happen to it? I could give it a shot.

Please take the splash image from https://github.com/eagleflies/noblecoin/blob/63b7d71fd00cf0cc4b47cec97ba47e5d15a70e0d/src/qt/res/images/splash.png, update the version number and upload it somewhere.

I have edited the image, and you can find it here:  sorry, I don't know how to put it on Github.





This looks good. Thank you! I will release modifed wallet after the weekend.

My version Splash screen for [NOBL] Community:

 

Keep thrashing and good luck!

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Last edit: March 09, 2015, 02:43:27 AM by catotune
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Thank you! That was it! I opened my original POW wallet and typed in console: walletpassphrase (mypassword) 900
Then dumpprivkey (myaddress) and it gave me the goddamn private key finally Smiley

Then importprivkey to my new POS wallet and there it is, all my nobles safely on my POS wallet.

Gotta tell you that I would never believed that I can get my Nobles back, so thank you very much Smiley


edit. And I'm pretty sure everything is working because it says "Minting. Your weight is 227818. Network weight is 418959937. Expected time to earn reward is 1 day(s)."

This worked for me too - I was finally able to get my NOBL from my old, encrypted PoW wallet  Cheesy.

There was no need to send coins from the encrypted PoW wallet to a new, unencrypted PoW wallet.  The original PoW wallet is all you need. If it's encrypted, you just need to unlock it before dumping the private key.

Thanks everyone for your help!

Edit: fixed "The original PoS wallet is all you need" -> "The original PoW wallet is all you need"
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March 09, 2015, 02:29:09 AM
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Thank you! That was it! I opened my original POW wallet and typed in console: walletpassphrase (mypassword) 900
Then dumpprivkey (myaddress) and it gave me the goddamn private key finally Smiley

Then importprivkey to my new POS wallet and there it is, all my nobles safely on my POS wallet.

Gotta tell you that I would never believed that I can get my Nobles back, so thank you very much Smiley


edit. And I'm pretty sure everything is working because it says "Minting. Your weight is 227818. Network weight is 418959937. Expected time to earn reward is 1 day(s)."

This worked for me too - I was finally able to get my NOBL from my old, encrypted PoW wallet  Cheesy.

There was no need to send coins from the encrypted PoW wallet to a new, unencrypted PoW wallet.  The original PoS wallet is all you need. If it's encrypted, you just need to unlock it before dumping the private key.

Thanks everyone for your help!

"There was no need to send coins from the encrypted PoW wallet to a new, unencrypted PoW wallet."

This was meant to be done before the POS switch, this would've been preparation for the -salvagewallet method. After the switch all actions in your original POW wallet is meaningless, you could send your POW coins to a new POW wallet after the switch but they actually stays in the original POW wallet. The transaction between the wallets is only visual. Glad to hear this worked for you too  Smiley

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March 09, 2015, 03:02:47 AM
Last edit: March 09, 2015, 03:17:30 AM by catotune
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"There was no need to send coins from the encrypted PoW wallet to a new, unencrypted PoW wallet."

This was meant to be done before the POS switch, this would've been preparation for the -salvagewallet method. After the switch all actions in your original POW wallet is meaningless, you could send your POW coins to a new POW wallet after the switch but they actually stays in the original POW wallet. The transaction between the wallets is only visual. Glad to hear this worked for you too  Smiley

Yup, it all makes sense in retrospect 😊. Now if I could only get my coins off of Cryptsy and Bittrex (both of their NOBL wallets are in maintenance)!

Edit: Bittrex wallet is back to normal.
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March 09, 2015, 03:15:39 AM
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"There was no need to send coins from the encrypted PoW wallet to a new, unencrypted PoW wallet."

This was meant to be done before the POS switch, this would've been preparation for the -salvagewallet method. After the switch all actions in your original POW wallet is meaningless, you could send your POW coins to a new POW wallet after the switch but they actually stays in the original POW wallet. The transaction between the wallets is only visual. Glad to hear this worked for you too  Smiley

Yup, it all makes sense in retrospect 😊. Now if I could only get my coins off of Cryptsy and Bittrex (both of their NOBL wallets are in maintenance)!

trex is good now

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March 09, 2015, 05:24:05 AM
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I cant recover my 4 millons of noblecoin sended to POLONIEX.


TRANSACTION ID:
Outputs
Index   Redeemed in   Address   Amount
0   Not yet redeemed   9WxW4Rsrp3h2YvXo7x6azCWCsVNTXcgWFXPoloniEx   4,956,387.6005999 NOBLOLD

https://chainz.cryptoid.info/noblold/tx.dws?cea6f3d34eb3d8c17ef45d729b7999e7e662c9612902006fdf46f131452602c5.htm

Can I recover then someday?

I use noblecoin-qt -salvagewallet but the coins not there!





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March 09, 2015, 05:46:38 AM
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I cant recover my 4 millons of noblecoin sended to POLONIEX.


TRANSACTION ID:
Outputs
Index   Redeemed in   Address   Amount
0   Not yet redeemed   9WxW4Rsrp3h2YvXo7x6azCWCsVNTXcgWFXPoloniEx   4,956,387.6005999 NOBLOLD

https://chainz.cryptoid.info/noblold/tx.dws?cea6f3d34eb3d8c17ef45d729b7999e7e662c9612902006fdf46f131452602c5.htm

Can I recover then someday?

I use noblecoin-qt -salvagewallet but the coins not there!


Did you send them before or after the switch?

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Thank you! That was it! I opened my original POW wallet and typed in console: walletpassphrase (mypassword) 900
Then dumpprivkey (myaddress) and it gave me the goddamn private key finally Smiley

Then importprivkey to my new POS wallet and there it is, all my nobles safely on my POS wallet.

Gotta tell you that I would never believed that I can get my Nobles back, so thank you very much Smiley


edit. And I'm pretty sure everything is working because it says "Minting. Your weight is 227818. Network weight is 418959937. Expected time to earn reward is 1 day(s)."

Awesome! Wink
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March 09, 2015, 07:13:00 AM
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I cant recover my 4 millons of noblecoin sended to POLONIEX.


TRANSACTION ID:
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Index   Redeemed in   Address   Amount
0   Not yet redeemed   9WxW4Rsrp3h2YvXo7x6azCWCsVNTXcgWFXPoloniEx   4,956,387.6005999 NOBLOLD

https://chainz.cryptoid.info/noblold/tx.dws?cea6f3d34eb3d8c17ef45d729b7999e7e662c9612902006fdf46f131452602c5.htm

Can I recover then someday?

I use noblecoin-qt -salvagewallet but the coins not there!


Did you send them before or after the switch?

Money was sent after the switch since block > 534500. So it is still controlled by your old/POW wallet.

Please try method B from https://github.com/eagleflies/noblecoin/wiki/Manual-way-of-importing-private-keys
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March 09, 2015, 09:21:51 AM
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Finally got around to doing the final round of payments for the PoA campaign. Sorry it has taken so long, I just haven't had a moment free this weekend.

So, for the scheme:
Total coins paid: 484,000
Total entrants: 71

Thanks to all those that entered, tweeted etc. Smiley

So we have 759061 NOBL left in the community fund. Does anyone have any thoughts on what we could do with these next?
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March 09, 2015, 10:58:07 AM
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Finally got around to doing the final round of payments for the PoA campaign. Sorry it has taken so long, I just haven't had a moment free this weekend.

So, for the scheme:
Total coins paid: 484,000
Total entrants: 71

Thanks to all those that entered, tweeted etc. Smiley

So we have 759061 NOBL left in the community fund. Does anyone have any thoughts on what we could do with these next?

I think we should try and get some of the services mentioned in this thread to add us like shapeshift.io, and maybe a multipool, etc.

I don't think it's enough for a payment for any of them to add us, but we could set up another campaign that tweets to them to add us to try and 'petition' our way onto their service. If I received 71 tweets in 5 days asking you to add your coin, i'd probably take notice.

A multipool would be great because it'd create some significant buy pressure and give people a way to 'mine' Nobl still. It wouldn't take much at all for us to create more buy pressure than the .5M coins we create daily. I may know someone setting up a new multipool that'd be willing to add us if we wanted.
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Finally got around to doing the final round of payments for the PoA campaign. Sorry it has taken so long, I just haven't had a moment free this weekend.

So, for the scheme:
Total coins paid: 484,000
Total entrants: 71

Thanks to all those that entered, tweeted etc. Smiley

So we have 759061 NOBL left in the community fund. Does anyone have any thoughts on what we could do with these next?

I think we should try and get some of the services mentioned in this thread to add us like shapeshift.io, and maybe a multipool, etc.

I don't think it's enough for a payment for any of them to add us, but we could set up another campaign that tweets to them to add us to try and 'petition' our way onto their service. If I received 71 tweets in 5 days asking you to add your coin, i'd probably take notice.

A multipool would be great because it'd create some significant buy pressure and give people a way to 'mine' Nobl still. It wouldn't take much at all for us to create more buy pressure than the .5M coins we create daily. I may know someone setting up a new multipool that'd be willing to add us if we wanted.
 


Good idea!
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March 09, 2015, 11:09:22 AM
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C-CEX.com @CryptoCurrEncyX
VNL and new NOBL wallets has issues and require it's devs job. We will activate them and serve all tickets of them once it will be fixed

We had a meeting on IRC few days ago. Chatted for 15 minutes then he went to run a script. I waited for 2 hours but no response whatsoever. So went to sleep in the end. Another 3 hours passed and he was back on IRC.

Sigh.

Definitely not a great experience.

Anyway I have written another script to help him and sending PM.
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Finally got around to doing the final round of payments for the PoA campaign. Sorry it has taken so long, I just haven't had a moment free this weekend.

So, for the scheme:
Total coins paid: 484,000
Total entrants: 71

Thanks to all those that entered, tweeted etc. Smiley

So we have 759061 NOBL left in the community fund. Does anyone have any thoughts on what we could do with these next?

I think we should try and get some of the services mentioned in this thread to add us like shapeshift.io, and maybe a multipool, etc.

I don't think it's enough for a payment for any of them to add us, but we could set up another campaign that tweets to them to add us to try and 'petition' our way onto their service. If I received 71 tweets in 5 days asking you to add your coin, i'd probably take notice.

A multipool would be great because it'd create some significant buy pressure and give people a way to 'mine' Nobl still. It wouldn't take much at all for us to create more buy pressure than the .5M coins we create daily. I may know someone setting up a new multipool that'd be willing to add us if we wanted.
 


Good idea!

+1, what pools are out there and what would it take?
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Finally got around to doing the final round of payments for the PoA campaign. Sorry it has taken so long, I just haven't had a moment free this weekend.

So, for the scheme:
Total coins paid: 484,000
Total entrants: 71

Thanks to all those that entered, tweeted etc. Smiley

So we have 759061 NOBL left in the community fund. Does anyone have any thoughts on what we could do with these next?

I think we should try and get some of the services mentioned in this thread to add us like shapeshift.io, and maybe a multipool, etc.

I don't think it's enough for a payment for any of them to add us, but we could set up another campaign that tweets to them to add us to try and 'petition' our way onto their service. If I received 71 tweets in 5 days asking you to add your coin, i'd probably take notice.

A multipool would be great because it'd create some significant buy pressure and give people a way to 'mine' Nobl still. It wouldn't take much at all for us to create more buy pressure than the .5M coins we create daily. I may know someone setting up a new multipool that'd be willing to add us if we wanted.
 


Good idea!

+1, what pools are out there and what would it take?

Try this (most profitable miltipool (X11, X13, X15, NIST5, etc…) at this time):
http://wepaybtc.com/platform/

As an example, GroestlCoin multipool powered by WePayBTC platform:
http://groestlcoin.org/forum/index.php?topic=287

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March 09, 2015, 11:56:05 AM
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Finally got around to doing the final round of payments for the PoA campaign. Sorry it has taken so long, I just haven't had a moment free this weekend.

So, for the scheme:
Total coins paid: 484,000
Total entrants: 71

Thanks to all those that entered, tweeted etc. Smiley

So we have 759061 NOBL left in the community fund. Does anyone have any thoughts on what we could do with these next?

I think we should try and get some of the services mentioned in this thread to add us like shapeshift.io, and maybe a multipool, etc.

I don't think it's enough for a payment for any of them to add us, but we could set up another campaign that tweets to them to add us to try and 'petition' our way onto their service. If I received 71 tweets in 5 days asking you to add your coin, i'd probably take notice.

A multipool would be great because it'd create some significant buy pressure and give people a way to 'mine' Nobl still. It wouldn't take much at all for us to create more buy pressure than the .5M coins we create daily. I may know someone setting up a new multipool that'd be willing to add us if we wanted.
 


Good idea!

+1, what pools are out there and what would it take?

Try this (most profitable miltipool (X11, X13, X15, NIST5, etc…) at this time):
http://wepaybtc.com/platform/

As an example, GroestlCoin multipool powered by WePayBTC platform:
http://groestlcoin.org/forum/index.php?topic=287

From reading the description, this sounds like a manual payment process? I know I've seen multipools that automate the bid placement and coin distribution.
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Reading up on this  Cool looks good.
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From reading the description, this sounds like a manual payment process? I know I've seen multipools that automate the bid placement and coin distribution.
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Quote from WePayBTC main page (http://wepaybtc.com/):
"We have a partner program – “WePayBTC Platform“, with ability to pay miners in ANY currency – see details (http://wepaybtc.com/platform/)."

Try contact with WePayBTC (http://wepaybtc.freshdesk.com/) support and/or GroestlCoin MultiPool (http://groestlcoin.org/forum/index.php?topic=287, http://groestlcoin.org/forum/index.php?action=profile;u=83636) for technical details.

My english is bad for this Undecided.

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From reading the description, this sounds like a manual payment process? I know I've seen multipools that automate the bid placement and coin distribution.
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Quote from WePayBTC main page (http://wepaybtc.com/):
"We have a partner program – “WePayBTC Platform“, with ability to pay miners in ANY currency – see details (http://wepaybtc.com/platform/)."

Try contact with WePayBTC (http://wepaybtc.freshdesk.com/) support and/or GroestlCoin MultiPool (http://groestlcoin.org/forum/index.php?topic=287, http://groestlcoin.org/forum/index.php?action=profile;u=83636) for technical details.

My english is bad for this Undecided.
I was referring to step 3-4 of the link you provided:
Quote:
"The partner receives Bitcoins mined by all Somecoin miners 3 times a day and a list of each Somecoin miner contribution to the total BTC payout.
Partner uses BTC to buy Somecoins on exchange (not necessary in case of premine)."

So the multipool does not automatically place bids on an exchange. It sends the Multipool "partner" the BTC we all earned. The partner then goes to an exchange, buys coins, and distributes them himself using a sendmany string that the multipool generates.

My concern with this approach is that with Rofo out of the picture momentarily, and EagleFlies taking a small step back now that PoS is delivered, there is no central, trustworthy dev to handle these steps on a daily basis with no end in site. Theirs community members that I'd trust doing it, but its a long term commitment and one that takes a lot of trust from the community.

For a Mutlipool to work long term I think we'd need to find one that places bids and pays out automatically with no user intervention needed on a daily basis.


here's a multipool that automatically places bids and pays out in the currency of your choice 4 times a day:
https://coinking.io/faq.php

So once the pool is set up, no one is in charge of 'running it' and handling payouts. It just works like any other pool.

 
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here's a multipool that automatically places bids and pays out in the currency of your choice 4 times a day:
https://coinking.io/faq.php

So once the pool is set up, no one is in charge of 'running it' and handling payouts. It just works like any other pool.

Coinking would be my first choice, too. BUT it seems they are currently in trouble. Check the Coinking thread in the altcoin mining section. Several miners complained about missing payouts, connection problems and other stuff. If the pool is working properly, try to get them as Multipool (they usually ask for a bounty).

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