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June 15, 2014, 07:11:55 AM
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Anyone else have problems getting the mac wallet to synch?

The Mac wallet has been tested on three different versions of OS X. Please ensure you have downloaded version 4.0.1.4.

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June 15, 2014, 08:34:11 AM
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Several resynchs and twelve hours later, again I get stuck at block 65,000. Sad

The debug log keeps getting bigger with this:

Code:
ERROR: CheckProofOfStake() : INFO: read txPrev failed
WARNING: ProcessBlock(): check proof-of-stake failed for block 987e8646591ac9ef440b824408a0d903f68401a354d7f76e9c181a3f07447094
received block a08e86bdf61fcc69d9fac1c33385b3ffb665b57cbfc494648c3250910f75957f
ERROR: CheckProofOfStake() : INFO: read txPrev failed
WARNING: ProcessBlock(): check proof-of-stake failed for block a08e86bdf61fcc69d9fac1c33385b3ffb665b57cbfc494648c3250910f75957f
Flushed 3057 addresses to peers.dat  91ms

Can you ensure that you have updated to client 4.0.1.4? These symptoms seem to indicate you have the prior version.


I do have it, but I will uninstall it and do a clean install with a backup, to see if it helps.

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June 15, 2014, 10:05:16 AM
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Several resynchs and twelve hours later, again I get stuck at block 65,000. Sad

The debug log keeps getting bigger with this:

Code:
ERROR: CheckProofOfStake() : INFO: read txPrev failed
WARNING: ProcessBlock(): check proof-of-stake failed for block 987e8646591ac9ef440b824408a0d903f68401a354d7f76e9c181a3f07447094
received block a08e86bdf61fcc69d9fac1c33385b3ffb665b57cbfc494648c3250910f75957f
ERROR: CheckProofOfStake() : INFO: read txPrev failed
WARNING: ProcessBlock(): check proof-of-stake failed for block a08e86bdf61fcc69d9fac1c33385b3ffb665b57cbfc494648c3250910f75957f
Flushed 3057 addresses to peers.dat  91ms

Can you ensure that you have updated to client 4.0.1.4? These symptoms seem to indicate you have the prior version.


I do have it, but I will uninstall it and do a clean install with a backup, to see if it helps.

No luck, I've also done the manual install and it keeps stopping synching after a while. Now it's stuck at block 4788.

It keeps enlarging the log with

Code:
Relaying wtx a38cc544ed
received block 5798e94875e31e1f78128836ede67778437daa7a8cf5f44f6ca1b6a81b716044
ERROR: CheckProofOfStake() : INFO: read txPrev failed
WARNING: ProcessBlock(): check proof-of-stake failed for block 5798e94875e31e1f78128836ede67778437daa7a8cf5f44f6ca1b6a81b716044
received block 4de97194618d42fff89acdbd4d1c15642bb6d4c199c50cfa70540651b81509c8
ERROR: CheckProofOfStake() : INFO: read txPrev failed
WARNING: ProcessBlock(): check proof-of-stake failed for block 4de97194618d42fff89acdbd4d1c15642bb6d4c199c50cfa70540651b81509c8
received block 039d380765a020eec973ffc8ee7240db1c191496df3d3777982741d1c72d72f7
ERROR: CheckProofOfStake() : INFO: read txPrev failed

I would say a rogue node is messing up the blockchain. It could also be an issue with windows 8.1, but I have not had this problem before. Sad

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June 15, 2014, 12:00:55 PM
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Several resynchs and twelve hours later, again I get stuck at block 65,000. Sad

The debug log keeps getting bigger with this:

Code:
ERROR: CheckProofOfStake() : INFO: read txPrev failed
WARNING: ProcessBlock(): check proof-of-stake failed for block 987e8646591ac9ef440b824408a0d903f68401a354d7f76e9c181a3f07447094
received block a08e86bdf61fcc69d9fac1c33385b3ffb665b57cbfc494648c3250910f75957f
ERROR: CheckProofOfStake() : INFO: read txPrev failed
WARNING: ProcessBlock(): check proof-of-stake failed for block a08e86bdf61fcc69d9fac1c33385b3ffb665b57cbfc494648c3250910f75957f
Flushed 3057 addresses to peers.dat  91ms

Can you ensure that you have updated to client 4.0.1.4? These symptoms seem to indicate you have the prior version.


I do have it, but I will uninstall it and do a clean install with a backup, to see if it helps.

No luck, I've also done the manual install and it keeps stopping synching after a while. Now it's stuck at block 4788.

It keeps enlarging the log with

Code:
Relaying wtx a38cc544ed
received block 5798e94875e31e1f78128836ede67778437daa7a8cf5f44f6ca1b6a81b716044
ERROR: CheckProofOfStake() : INFO: read txPrev failed
WARNING: ProcessBlock(): check proof-of-stake failed for block 5798e94875e31e1f78128836ede67778437daa7a8cf5f44f6ca1b6a81b716044
received block 4de97194618d42fff89acdbd4d1c15642bb6d4c199c50cfa70540651b81509c8
ERROR: CheckProofOfStake() : INFO: read txPrev failed
WARNING: ProcessBlock(): check proof-of-stake failed for block 4de97194618d42fff89acdbd4d1c15642bb6d4c199c50cfa70540651b81509c8
received block 039d380765a020eec973ffc8ee7240db1c191496df3d3777982741d1c72d72f7
ERROR: CheckProofOfStake() : INFO: read txPrev failed

I would say a rogue node is messing up the blockchain. It could also be an issue with windows 8.1, but I have not had this problem before. Sad

Run as administrator seemed to do the trick Cheesy

Sorry about the inconvenience. Windows is a bastard Cheesy

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June 15, 2014, 04:19:42 PM
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payments were stalled on gagapool due to DIEM fork, I just resumed it and first batch went out, one more payment today to catch up with missing payment yesterday.
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June 15, 2014, 04:25:48 PM
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payments were stalled on gagapool due to DIEM fork, I just resumed it and first batch went out, one more payment today to catch up with missing payment yesterday.

Does this include EBT payments? I've got my miner tuned and have been hashing it for about a day and a half, but haven't seen a payout during this time.

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June 15, 2014, 07:06:36 PM
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payments were stalled on gagapool due to DIEM fork, I just resumed it and first batch went out, one more payment today to catch up with missing payment yesterday.
Does this include EBT payments? I've got my miner tuned and have been hashing it for about a day and a half, but haven't seen a payout during this time.
Yes, because the pool is using the miner's hashing power of both coins, the auto exchange is tied to the condition that both coins can be transferred without issues. You haven't seen payment after 1 and 1/2 day is indeed the case, normal you will get paid after +/- 1 days and we had 1 day stall, so this means your should see payment after +/- 2days.

In fact next payment is due in a few hours.
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June 15, 2014, 11:10:20 PM
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Yes, because the pool is using the miner's hashing power of both coins, the auto exchange is tied to the condition that both coins can be transferred without issues. You haven't seen payment after 1 and 1/2 day is indeed the case, normal you will get paid after +/- 1 days and we had 1 day stall, so this means your should see payment after +/- 2days.

In fact next payment is due in a few hours.





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June 16, 2014, 02:57:51 AM
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Hey guys

DIEM is doing a giveaway to bring in miners to our multipool.  You guys should do something similar and really blow gagapool UP!

Here's what were doing:   https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=588310.msg7333133#msg7333133

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June 16, 2014, 11:42:41 AM
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2,555.102 EBT = $1 USD

WTF?  Is that correct?  Last time I checked it was around 5000 EBT per $

Hate missing buy opportunities.

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June 16, 2014, 01:10:10 PM
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2,555.102 EBT = $1 USD

WTF?  Is that correct?  Last time I checked it was around 5000 EBT per $

Hate missing buy opportunities.

To those who held when everyone else started dumping the moment it got listed on Poloniex;

Good call.

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June 16, 2014, 04:46:15 PM
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2,555.102 EBT = $1 USD

WTF?  Is that correct?  Last time I checked it was around 5000 EBT per $

Hate missing buy opportunities.

To those who held when everyone else started dumping the moment it got listed on Poloniex;

Good call.

Honestly not a fan of the new name and the staking change at the end of the mimth makes me nervous, but from what i hear about upciming merchant acceptance I think its going to keep going up.

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June 16, 2014, 05:11:41 PM
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2,555.102 EBT = $1 USD

WTF?  Is that correct?  Last time I checked it was around 5000 EBT per $

Hate missing buy opportunities.

To those who held when everyone else started dumping the moment it got listed on Poloniex;

Good call.

Honestly not a fan of the new name and the staking change at the end of the mimth makes me nervous, but from what i hear about upciming merchant acceptance I think its going to keep going up.


Do you mean "end of ninth"? Maybe this is just the beginning. The devs obviously have investors in mind with every move. Look at what they have done:

1. Gradual re-branding away from the original less than savory image (go back and look at the early part of this thread).
2. Move to pure PoS, which stabilizes the coins value.
3. Upping the interest and shortening the maturity to stabilize the network and award early investors.
4. EBT is even the payout coin of a multipool (I believe this is xminer's work).

Why would any of this make you nervous?


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Most devs at such a late stage are either non-existent, stepping in to try to profit from a "rescue" by awarding themselves coins, or doing nothing and claiming that changing anything about the coin is somehow a mortal sin.

The EBT devs seem to treat EBT as a true long-term investment and are willing to adapt to a changing market without blind ideologies getting in the way of sound decisions.

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June 16, 2014, 08:12:43 PM
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Can someone add http://gagapool.pw/ in the OP please?
thanks

And guys please mine @Gagapool, I've made the pool for EBT and picked up DIEM on a very late stage because they were having issues with their previous MP. Now I have more miners mining DIEM than EBT :/
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June 16, 2014, 08:18:39 PM
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Can someone add http://gagapool.pw/ in the OP please?
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And guys please mine @Gagapool, I've made the pool for EBT and picked up DIEM on a very late stage because they were having issues with their previous MP. Now I have more miners mining DIEM than EBT :/

Likely because SHA mining anything but BTC isn't worth it and the pool couldn't possibly be mining BTC.  People are better off mining BTC and just buying the EBT themselves than using the pool.

Make EBT the scrypt port and I'd happily move my rigs over...  There also needs to be SOME sort of info on what's being mined to reassure people that the pool is mining the most profitable coin and they're not wasting power.  Just my 2 sat.

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Can someone add http://gagapool.pw/ in the OP please?
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And guys please mine @Gagapool, I've made the pool for EBT and picked up DIEM on a very late stage because they were having issues with their previous MP. Now I have more miners mining DIEM than EBT :/

Likely because SHA mining anything but BTC isn't worth it and the pool couldn't possibly be mining BTC.  People are better off mining BTC and just buying the EBT themselves than using the pool.

Make EBT the scrypt port and I'd happily move my rigs over...  There also needs to be SOME sort of info on what's being mined to reassure people that the pool is mining the most profitable coin and they're not wasting power.  Just my 2 sat.

Huh? Those were examples.

You can mine either algo and get paid with the coin you choose, So you can get paid with EBT by mining scrypt coins too.

Maybe gagapool is a bit confusing for some, everytime I need to explain this a few times, the algos are not tied to the pay coins, X11 is on the roadmap.

You can mine sha256 or scrypt on gagapool, You choose the paycoin by prefixing your address with either EBT_ or DIEM_ (uppercase!!!).

See here that people are mining scrypt coins and paid in EBT

http://gagapool.pw/workers
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Can someone add http://gagapool.pw/ in the OP please?
thanks

And guys please mine @Gagapool, I've made the pool for EBT and picked up DIEM on a very late stage because they were having issues with their previous MP. Now I have more miners mining DIEM than EBT :/

Likely because SHA mining anything but BTC isn't worth it and the pool couldn't possibly be mining BTC.  People are better off mining BTC and just buying the EBT themselves than using the pool.

Make EBT the scrypt port and I'd happily move my rigs over...  There also needs to be SOME sort of info on what's being mined to reassure people that the pool is mining the most profitable coin and they're not wasting power.  Just my 2 sat.

Huh? Those were examples.

You can mine either algo and get paid with the coin you choose, So you can get paid with EBT by mining scrypt coins too.

Maybe gagapool is a bit confusing for some, everytime I need to explain this a few times, the algos are not tied to the pay coins, X11 is on the roadmap.

You can mine sha256 or scrypt on gagapool, You choose the paycoin by prefixing your address with either EBT_ or DIEM_ (uppercase!!!).

See here that people are mining scrypt coins and paid in EBT

http://gagapool.pw/workers


Aaah!  In that case, yes, a little confusing.   Grin

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June 16, 2014, 10:32:54 PM
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Yeah it took me a little while to figure out I could mine scrypt at gaga for EBT too.  Still, gagapool works:

Status: 10549 confirmations
Date: 6/12/2014 05:43
From: unknown
To: 5oXQV43Tyd8t43V2SC2XFnZ5RZtzgK82yi (own address, label: GaGa Pool)
Credit: 5163.95047 EBT
Net amount: +5163.95047 EBT
Transaction ID: f545e5c654060950c6db70e75efd33807549a23a87269c3e2b4d2a42ab1f23fa


Status: 7566 confirmations
Date: 6/13/2014 04:49
From: unknown
To: 5oXQV43Tyd8t43V2SC2XFnZ5RZtzgK82yi (own address, label: GaGa Pool)
Credit: 2200.673985 EBT
Net amount: +2200.673985 EBT
Transaction ID: 2afbadd41bfada97fb1e4a2644c477b7c9fc03bc2f66bef966042b5a3dc4efef


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Can someone add http://gagapool.pw/ in the OP please?
thanks

And guys please mine @Gagapool, I've made the pool for EBT and picked up DIEM on a very late stage because they were having issues with their previous MP. Now I have more miners mining DIEM than EBT :/

Likely because SHA mining anything but BTC isn't worth it and the pool couldn't possibly be mining BTC.  People are better off mining BTC and just buying the EBT themselves than using the pool.

Make EBT the scrypt port and I'd happily move my rigs over...  There also needs to be SOME sort of info on what's being mined to reassure people that the pool is mining the most profitable coin and they're not wasting power.  Just my 2 sat.

Huh? Those were examples.

You can mine either algo and get paid with the coin you choose, So you can get paid with EBT by mining scrypt coins too.

Maybe gagapool is a bit confusing for some, everytime I need to explain this a few times, the algos are not tied to the pay coins, X11 is on the roadmap.

You can mine sha256 or scrypt on gagapool, You choose the paycoin by prefixing your address with either EBT_ or DIEM_ (uppercase!!!).

See here that people are mining scrypt coins and paid in EBT

http://gagapool.pw/workers


Just give examples of all four combinations to avoid the confusion.

Practically everyone I've talked to has been confused by the description.


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June 17, 2014, 04:27:29 AM
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Multipool EBT Payouts!!

Mine SCrypt or SHA256 and earn EBT at the gagapool.pw multipool!



Example of Mining for EBT Payouts Using SCrypt
(Yes! You can mine SCrypt and get paid in EBT!!!)
Code:
cgminer -o stratum+tcp://stratum.gagapool.pw:3333 -u EBT_YourEBTAdress

Example of Mining for EBT Payouts Using SHA56
Code:
cgminer -o stratum+tcp://stratum.gagapool.pw:3334 -u EBT_YourEBTAdress
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