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September 02, 2015, 05:42:15 PM
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I'm going to retract my position now.  I'm looking at the code now, and it looks like they did add the min protocol version to the new wallet.  They changed the protocol to 70420.  This was done 10 days ago.  So I'm arguing an invalid point.  I was going with the assumption that if they were going to make that change, they would have addressed the pull request.  I went ahead and closed the pull request for the devs.

Oh, yea that would do it. Glad to see that was done...I remember seeing it now and thinking "that's cute". Smiley

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September 02, 2015, 10:07:17 PM
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For anyone interested, my mega wallet has staked 112 blocks and appears to be primed to be doing so at least once an hour or so.
I have a total of 260 txs/addresses vying to stake, if that doesn't help keep the network moving nothing will.

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September 02, 2015, 10:11:20 PM
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Crytsey Responce to me,
[–]ny2cafuse 1 point an hour ago
Crypsty is pretty cautious when it comes to wallet updates. They are offline under the premise that the entire network isn't updated, and there is a chance for a fork if enough hashing power was put into a POW wallet version. Fact of the matter is that the devs should have included code that blocked older wallet versions. This would have blocked the POW wallets from connecting to other nodes, and Cryptsy POT wallets would have been online a long time ago.


Exactly THAT!
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September 02, 2015, 10:14:34 PM
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the dev's are prob buying up a bunch of cann right now. hehe

They could also be much more devious and thoughtful than they appear to be. All of this could be a long game to shake out some weak hands and make sure there is a crash when the markets finally come back online, this would let them and others buy up some cheap coins. Once the crash supply of coins is drained, then you resume focus on strengthening the network and growing it.

Well, that kind of game could backfire.
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September 02, 2015, 10:20:29 PM
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Crytsey Responce to me,
[–]ny2cafuse 1 point an hour ago
Crypsty is pretty cautious when it comes to wallet updates. They are offline under the premise that the entire network isn't updated, and there is a chance for a fork if enough hashing power was put into a POW wallet version. Fact of the matter is that the devs should have included code that blocked older wallet versions. This would have blocked the POW wallets from connecting to other nodes, and Cryptsy POT wallets would have been online a long time ago.


Exactly THAT!

He then retracted here. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=426324.msg12309521#msg12309521
After looking at the code they realized that they did do exactly that.

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September 02, 2015, 10:24:03 PM
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Crytsey Responce to me,
[–]ny2cafuse 1 point an hour ago
Crypsty is pretty cautious when it comes to wallet updates. They are offline under the premise that the entire network isn't updated, and there is a chance for a fork if enough hashing power was put into a POW wallet version. Fact of the matter is that the devs should have included code that blocked older wallet versions. This would have blocked the POW wallets from connecting to other nodes, and Cryptsy POT wallets would have been online a long time ago.


Exactly THAT!

He then retracted here. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=426324.msg12309521#msg12309521
After looking at the code they realized that they did do exactly that.

Yeah.. sorry. I notice as I keept reading further. Got a couple of pages of commetns to catch to. :-)
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September 02, 2015, 10:55:52 PM
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For the hell of it, IE for shits and giggles, I launched 0.8.6.4. Its currently reindexing the blockchain but I have at least 9 connections out and they are all running the old wallet.
I am nowhere near well versed in the attacking of blockchains, but I am going to use my imagination and see what I can do, if anything with the old wallet and chain.

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September 02, 2015, 11:12:16 PM
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For the hell of it, IE for shits and giggles, I launched 0.8.6.4. Its currently reindexing the blockchain but I have at least 9 connections out and they are all running the old wallet.
I am nowhere near well versed in the attacking of blockchains, but I am going to use my imagination and see what I can do, if anything with the old wallet and chain.

Once it's resynced check to see how much hashrate is still on it...and what block they are on. I recommend you specify a different data folder so it doesn't mess with your 8.7 version.

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September 02, 2015, 11:20:41 PM
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with 40 addresses with 250 in each I was getting tons (1 every 2-20 minutes) added another 20 addresses today with double in them... so mine will be humming along even better in no time  Cool


the OP should have the exchanges that don't work taken down for now. I forgot how much I liked POLO, lol I hadn't used it in a while

MINT -a classic- http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=450381.0
AC  -an oldie but a goodie- bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=595999.0
potcoin-5% POSv- https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=426324.0
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September 02, 2015, 11:42:42 PM
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with 40 addresses with 250 in each I was getting tons (1 every 2-20 minutes) added another 20 addresses today with double in them... so mine will be humming along even better in no time  Cool


the OP should have the exchanges that don't work taken down for now. I forgot how much I liked POLO, lol I hadn't used it in a while

40 addys in the same wallet??? But you sent them from a third wallet?
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September 02, 2015, 11:52:31 PM
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For the hell of it, IE for shits and giggles, I launched 0.8.6.4. Its currently reindexing the blockchain but I have at least 9 connections out and they are all running the old wallet.
I am nowhere near well versed in the attacking of blockchains, but I am going to use my imagination and see what I can do, if anything with the old wallet and chain.

Once it's resynced check to see how much hashrate is still on it...and what block they are on. I recommend you specify a different data folder so it doesn't mess with your 8.7 version.
Already done. I made a copy of the entire folder. I already run ALL of my crypto wallets with a batch file and a custom data folder Smiley

Current estimated blocks is 844506.

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September 02, 2015, 11:58:06 PM
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with 40 addresses with 250 in each I was getting tons (1 every 2-20 minutes) added another 20 addresses today with double in them... so mine will be humming along even better in no time  Cool


the OP should have the exchanges that don't work taken down for now. I forgot how much I liked POLO, lol I hadn't used it in a while

40 addys in the same wallet??? But you sent them from a third wallet?
You can send coins to yourself. The way I did it was launch a wallet on one of my vps's and then pull down a txt file with those addresses, I then starting cutting and pasting and sending coin to each of them. The cut/paste helped me keep track of which ones I had already sent funds.

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Today at 12:04:04 AM
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with 40 addresses with 250 in each I was getting tons (1 every 2-20 minutes) added another 20 addresses today with double in them... so mine will be humming along even better in no time  Cool


the OP should have the exchanges that don't work taken down for now. I forgot how much I liked POLO, lol I hadn't used it in a while

40 addys in the same wallet??? But you sent them from a third wallet?
You can send coins to yourself. The way I did it was launch a wallet on one of my vps's and then pull down a txt file with those addresses, I then starting cutting and pasting and sending coin to each of them. The cut/paste helped me keep track of which ones I had already sent funds.

To other addys in the same wallet?

How can I see how much POt does each address has? I only see totalts in balance... and yes... the transactions reads PAY TO YOURSELF
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Today at 12:23:18 AM
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with 40 addresses with 250 in each I was getting tons (1 every 2-20 minutes) added another 20 addresses today with double in them... so mine will be humming along even better in no time  Cool


the OP should have the exchanges that don't work taken down for now. I forgot how much I liked POLO, lol I hadn't used it in a while

40 addys in the same wallet??? But you sent them from a third wallet?
You can send coins to yourself. The way I did it was launch a wallet on one of my vps's and then pull down a txt file with those addresses, I then starting cutting and pasting and sending coin to each of them. The cut/paste helped me keep track of which ones I had already sent funds.

To other addys in the same wallet?

How can I see how much POt does each address has? I only see totalts in balance... and yes... the transactions reads PAY TO YOURSELF
You need to go into settings and enable coin control, then click on inputs at the top of the send screen. If you want to see how many confirmations they all have, click on list mode.

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Today at 01:40:05 AM
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Small update on 8.6.4. I am not synced up 100%, I am however past the 975000 first POSv block and there does appear to be someone or something still mining on that chain.
Getpeerinfo gives me mostly 8.6.4 as peers with 1 8.7.1. It doesn't appear that I am connected to the POSv network, I will be deleting my peer info and adding my vps to the node list, maybe as the only connection and see what does.


I am now fully synced, below is a copy/pasta from the debug console. I turned solo mining on, I will leave it overnight and see if I can get any coins on the old chain.

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21:49:09

getmininginfo


21:49:09

{
"blocks" : 995311,
"currentblocksize" : 1000,
"currentblocktx" : 0,
"difficulty" : 0.08767412,
"errors" : "Critical upgrade to Litecoin 0.10.2.2+. https://litecoin.org/upgrade",
"generate" : true,
"genproclimit" : -1,
"hashespersec" : 6177,
"networkhashps" : 8892978,
"pooledtx" : 0,
"testnet" : false
}


21:49:18

getpeerinfo


21:49:18

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"bytesrecv" : 1176416,
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"version" : 70002,
"subver" : "/Hashtoshi:0.8.6.4/",
"inbound" : false,
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"banscore" : 0
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