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March 09, 2015, 02:46:48 PM
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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).

Ok, they do look like they are having a few problems at the moment, so we should ask them a bit later.

You can mine using NobleCoin there, so we should also let them know that you can't PoW mine it anymore.
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March 09, 2015, 03:04:42 PM
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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).

Ok, they do look like they are having a few problems at the moment, so we should ask them a bit later.

You can mine using NobleCoin there, so we should also let them know that you can't PoW mine it anymore.

NOBL has already been disabled for mining a few weeks ago (don't know why).
Try to get in touch with them via the Coinking IRC channel.

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March 09, 2015, 04:40:05 PM
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Hello,

I've been reading this: " https://github.com/eagleflies/noblecoin/wiki/Importing-private-keys-from-old-wallet.dat-using---salvagewallet-option " over and over again and I just don't understand the part 5. ... So to begin with, I had a PoW wallet ENCRYPTED on my PC#1 so I downloaded a new PoW wallet without encryption to my PC#2 and sent all my Nobles from my PC#1 to my new wallet on my PC#2 which is not encrypted and everything went fine. Then I back-upped my wallet.dat from the PC#2 PoW wallet and copied that wallet.dat to my PoS wallet roaming folder.

But what I need to do next? Where do I put that "-salvagewallet" command? I tried to start my PoS wallet just by clicking the PoS noblecoin-qt and the program just crashed like I thought and then I added the -salvagewallet command after the noblecoin-qt.exe like this "noblecoin-qt -salvagewallet" and started it but it gave me an error report and crashed.

So where do I put that -salvagewallet command or is there somewhere some salvagewallet.exe which I need to run? Thanks.

The important question is have you sent the money before the switch? IF afterwards it does not matter and money is still in encrypted wallet. Documentation was written before the switch and presented option of transferring money to unencrypted wallet. But now this option does not exist anymore. I have updated docs to present current options.

So in this situation, our coins are lost?  My old wallet was encrypted, i sent the coins to unencrypted wallet, and then used the -salvage function..things worked fine, except my coin balance is 0 instead of what it should be.  So I think what you just said indicates that for us with previously encrypted wallets, who haven't moved the coins BEFORE now have in effect lost them.  Correct?   Thank you in advance for this clarification.


Coins are still controlled by encrypted wallet. Because we did swap by ourselves there is no time limit. So do not worry. Just make sure to keep backup of encrypted wallet somewhere.

Please continue with manual method https://github.com/eagleflies/noblecoin/wiki/Manual-way-of-importing-private-keys

Okay, I sent my coins back from my new unencrypted PoW wallet to the original encrypted PoW wallet (which contained all my coins BEFORE the switch) and tried to dumpprivkey [address] just like in the manual. Now I get error message: {"code":-4,"message":"Private key for address "my_address" is not known"}

Just what the feck is going on, how can this be so hard. What should I do next?

Yes, I think the instructions on the github are valid IF and ONLY IF the original POW wallet was NOT encrypted.  Once we followed the instructions to send the POW coins to a new unencrypted wallet, I think the coins got hung in limbo and we are screwed.


Really hope that you are wrong...

Fortunately this is incorrect. Money is still controlled by private key which is in the encrypted wallet. So whatever you do just make sure to keep its backup somewhere.

Longer explanation:

1. Switch (migration of coins from old to new blockchain) happened at block #534500 at old blockchain
2. All addresses and all balances at this exact moment were copied over new blockchain
3. After this moment any changes (transactions, mining etc) on old blockchain does not matter.
4. In your specific case transferring coins after the switch just makes this all more confusing. What is important is private key from your PoW wallet which controls an address where coins were stored at the time of switch

Things to do:

1. I have added 'Slightly modified manual procedure' to docs. Please follow it https://github.com/eagleflies/noblecoin/wiki/Manual-way-of-importing-private-keys
2. Could you paste here or PM me with original address where your coins were stored?




Thank you for the step  by step method you but on the link it was very helpful and I have now successfully moved my coins thanks a million
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March 09, 2015, 04:52:33 PM
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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).

Ok, they do look like they are having a few problems at the moment, so we should ask them a bit later.

You can mine using NobleCoin there, so we should also let them know that you can't PoW mine it anymore.

NOBL has already been disabled for mining a few weeks ago (don't know why).
Try to get in touch with them via the Coinking IRC channel.

Thank you Smiley

Depending on what the bounty is we can probably get something together
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March 09, 2015, 04:56:01 PM
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Hello,

I've been reading this: " https://github.com/eagleflies/noblecoin/wiki/Importing-private-keys-from-old-wallet.dat-using---salvagewallet-option " over and over again and I just don't understand the part 5. ... So to begin with, I had a PoW wallet ENCRYPTED on my PC#1 so I downloaded a new PoW wallet without encryption to my PC#2 and sent all my Nobles from my PC#1 to my new wallet on my PC#2 which is not encrypted and everything went fine. Then I back-upped my wallet.dat from the PC#2 PoW wallet and copied that wallet.dat to my PoS wallet roaming folder.

But what I need to do next? Where do I put that "-salvagewallet" command? I tried to start my PoS wallet just by clicking the PoS noblecoin-qt and the program just crashed like I thought and then I added the -salvagewallet command after the noblecoin-qt.exe like this "noblecoin-qt -salvagewallet" and started it but it gave me an error report and crashed.

So where do I put that -salvagewallet command or is there somewhere some salvagewallet.exe which I need to run? Thanks.

The important question is have you sent the money before the switch? IF afterwards it does not matter and money is still in encrypted wallet. Documentation was written before the switch and presented option of transferring money to unencrypted wallet. But now this option does not exist anymore. I have updated docs to present current options.

So in this situation, our coins are lost?  My old wallet was encrypted, i sent the coins to unencrypted wallet, and then used the -salvage function..things worked fine, except my coin balance is 0 instead of what it should be.  So I think what you just said indicates that for us with previously encrypted wallets, who haven't moved the coins BEFORE now have in effect lost them.  Correct?   Thank you in advance for this clarification.


Coins are still controlled by encrypted wallet. Because we did swap by ourselves there is no time limit. So do not worry. Just make sure to keep backup of encrypted wallet somewhere.

Please continue with manual method https://github.com/eagleflies/noblecoin/wiki/Manual-way-of-importing-private-keys

Okay, I sent my coins back from my new unencrypted PoW wallet to the original encrypted PoW wallet (which contained all my coins BEFORE the switch) and tried to dumpprivkey [address] just like in the manual. Now I get error message: {"code":-4,"message":"Private key for address "my_address" is not known"}

Just what the feck is going on, how can this be so hard. What should I do next?

Yes, I think the instructions on the github are valid IF and ONLY IF the original POW wallet was NOT encrypted.  Once we followed the instructions to send the POW coins to a new unencrypted wallet, I think the coins got hung in limbo and we are screwed.


Really hope that you are wrong...

Fortunately this is incorrect. Money is still controlled by private key which is in the encrypted wallet. So whatever you do just make sure to keep its backup somewhere.

Longer explanation:

1. Switch (migration of coins from old to new blockchain) happened at block #534500 at old blockchain
2. All addresses and all balances at this exact moment were copied over new blockchain
3. After this moment any changes (transactions, mining etc) on old blockchain does not matter.
4. In your specific case transferring coins after the switch just makes this all more confusing. What is important is private key from your PoW wallet which controls an address where coins were stored at the time of switch

Things to do:

1. I have added 'Slightly modified manual procedure' to docs. Please follow it https://github.com/eagleflies/noblecoin/wiki/Manual-way-of-importing-private-keys
2. Could you paste here or PM me with original address where your coins were stored?




Thank you for the step  by step method you but on the link it was very helpful and I have now successfully moved my coins thanks a million


I think it might be necessary to add on the manual that you need to type the passphrase with time limit on the console if your wallet is encrypted. Otherwise you couldn't reveal your private key.

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March 09, 2015, 05:55:01 PM
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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).

Ok, they do look like they are having a few problems at the moment, so we should ask them a bit later.

You can mine using NobleCoin there, so we should also let them know that you can't PoW mine it anymore.

NOBL has already been disabled for mining a few weeks ago (don't know why).
Try to get in touch with them via the Coinking IRC channel.

Thank you Smiley

Depending on what the bounty is we can probably get something together

If they get their shit solved.
Another Multipool already provides NOBL for payout: http://www.simplemulti.com
Just remembered that I mined X11 for NOBL there. Would currently be the best solution in my opinion. Totally forgot about them.

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March 09, 2015, 10:26:31 PM
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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).

Ok, they do look like they are having a few problems at the moment, so we should ask them a bit later.

You can mine using NobleCoin there, so we should also let them know that you can't PoW mine it anymore.

NOBL has already been disabled for mining a few weeks ago (don't know why).
Try to get in touch with them via the Coinking IRC channel.

Thank you Smiley

Depending on what the bounty is we can probably get something together

If they get their shit solved.
Another Multipool already provides NOBL for payout: http://www.simplemulti.com
Just remembered that I mined X11 for NOBL there. Would currently be the best solution in my opinion. Totally forgot about them.

I wonder if they have updated their wallet? I'll drop them an email in the morning.

If you recommend it we will try to get it added to the OP and maybe promote it a bit.
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March 10, 2015, 06:42:00 AM
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after getting 2000 noblecoin's after mining for only a few hours yesterday, I haven't been awarded anything after 6 plus hours of mining today... I went to the website and it was down. Anyone have any info?
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March 10, 2015, 07:26:39 AM
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after getting 2000 noblecoin's after mining for only a few hours yesterday, I haven't been awarded anything after 6 plus hours of mining today... I went to the website and it was down. Anyone have any info?

Wasnt the mining reward deminishing in time as well as stopping after a few weeks? Also, more and more people are connecting and probably finding ways to cloud mine it.
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March 10, 2015, 09:16:48 AM
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Thank you for the step  by step method you but on the link it was very helpful and I have now successfully moved my coins thanks a million

Great!
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March 10, 2015, 09:25:13 AM
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I think it might be necessary to add on the manual that you need to type the passphrase with time limit on the console if your wallet is encrypted. Otherwise you couldn't reveal your private key.

Good idea! Updated https://github.com/eagleflies/noblecoin/wiki/Manual-way-of-importing-private-keys
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March 10, 2015, 09:28:32 AM
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after getting 2000 noblecoin's after mining for only a few hours yesterday, I haven't been awarded anything after 6 plus hours of mining today... I went to the website and it was down. Anyone have any info?

Mining is independent from the website. There is luck factor involved so you were probably lucky at the beginning. Also diff fluctuates depending on time of day so it could have been lower at the beginning then it went higher.

I guess Rofo is doing something with website. However I have not heard anything. He does not talk much these days.
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March 10, 2015, 09:29:14 AM
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after getting 2000 noblecoin's after mining for only a few hours yesterday, I haven't been awarded anything after 6 plus hours of mining today... I went to the website and it was down. Anyone have any info?

Wasnt the mining reward deminishing in time as well as stopping after a few weeks? Also, more and more people are connecting and probably finding ways to cloud mine it.

No. POW reward is always 1000 coins and this will switch off after block 25 200.
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March 10, 2015, 02:57:03 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 would save the coins for a "development" fund for future purposes, i wouldn't make a bounty for a multipool, because if NOBL is interesting enough,
there will be multipools for sure (or already).
The nice thing in switching to pure POS is that the Nobl community now will have time to build something nice.
Just my 2 cents.


there is always a light at the end of the tunnel...
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March 10, 2015, 04:11:03 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 would save the coins for a "development" fund for future purposes, i wouldn't make a bounty for a multipool, because if NOBL is interesting enough,
there will be multipools for sure (or already).
The nice thing in switching to pure POS is that the Nobl community now will have time to build something nice.
Just my 2 cents.



+1... If miners want the coins the multipool will come... We just need something else

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March 10, 2015, 04:21:48 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 would save the coins for a "development" fund for future purposes, i wouldn't make a bounty for a multipool, because if NOBL is interesting enough,
there will be multipools for sure (or already).
The nice thing in switching to pure POS is that the Nobl community now will have time to build something nice.
Just my 2 cents.

+1... If miners want the coins the multipool will come... We just need something else

Simple idea:
Let the community create ideas and concepts that will improve NOBL, something that helps getting more popular, some kind of innovation or whatever. The best 3 ideas will be awarded with 250k each (or a different amount). Like it was mentioned above, let the community create/develop something.

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March 10, 2015, 05:30:41 PM
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after getting 2000 noblecoin's after mining for only a few hours yesterday, I haven't been awarded anything after 6 plus hours of mining today... I went to the website and it was down. Anyone have any info?

Mining is independent from the website. There is luck factor involved so you were probably lucky at the beginning. Also diff fluctuates depending on time of day so it could have been lower at the beginning then it went higher.

I guess Rofo is doing something with website. However I have not heard anything. He does not talk much these days.

Thanks, eagleflies I appreciate the info. I am totally new at all this so I am just trying to get up to speed with everything. I am just mining on a laptop and getting the hang of trading the "penny" stocks. I got a friend who is going to set me up to mine and everything as I get more and more comfortable.
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March 11, 2015, 12:29:07 AM
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How many days are left in the PoW   phase?   Will it be extended?   POW+POS  is better than POS alone,  I believe. 
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How many days are left in the PoW   phase?   Will it be extended?   POW+POS  is better than POS alone,  I believe. 

POW will switch off after block 25200. You need hard fork to extend it. This is not planned.
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March 11, 2015, 01:13:34 PM
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How many days are left in the PoW   phase?   Will it be extended?   POW+POS  is better than POS alone,  I believe. 

POW will switch off after block 25200. You need hard fork to extend it. This is not planned.
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