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Author Topic: ⚒[CGA] Cryptographic Anomaly - The Elusive Coin⚒  (Read 224557 times)
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March 23, 2014, 07:04:33 AM
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We just talked with busoni from Poloniex in our IRC channel, and Poloniex is on the correct chain and has unfrozen our market. You can safely deposit, withdrawal, and trade CGA on there again. We're finalizing our new wallet, and will be compiling binaries soon hopefully.
Good, I already saw that my transfer from TheDigitalMint to Poloniex had arrived and my own CGA wallet 1.3.0.2 is also on the right chain, now at block 69944 .

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March 23, 2014, 07:48:37 AM
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There is a serious fork on the network please stop mining on cga.p2p.0x0a.nl, omargpools.ca, and anomalypool.com until we can fix this massive fork. Expect coins to be lost from the last 24 hours of mining on these pools.


Please re-frame from sending coins to other wallets of exchanges. This will just add to your risk of lost coins!

I've been mining on the p2pool at anomalypool.com for the last month and a half straight, I'm on the correct chain (I checked the hash, and I'm currently on block 69763), and I can confirm that the pool went on a different fork no earlier than 9:57 PM EST, as that is the time of my last received payment. Usually, I receive payments within 5-10 minutes of each other, and that was 1.5 hours ago, so something is definitely not right.

https://cga.thedigitalmint.net is on the wrong chain, since https://cga.thedigitalmint.net has a lower height than anomalypool.

Current block: 70599

node1.cga.anomalypool.com node2.cga.anomalypool.com and both pools http://anomalypool.com/static/ and http://mpos.cga.anomalypool.com/ are on this chain.
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March 23, 2014, 07:53:35 AM
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There is a serious fork on the network please stop mining on cga.p2p.0x0a.nl, omargpools.ca, and anomalypool.com until we can fix this massive fork. Expect coins to be lost from the last 24 hours of mining on these pools.


Please re-frame from sending coins to other wallets of exchanges. This will just add to your risk of lost coins!

I've been mining on the p2pool at anomalypool.com for the last month and a half straight, I'm on the correct chain (I checked the hash, and I'm currently on block 69763), and I can confirm that the pool went on a different fork no earlier than 9:57 PM EST, as that is the time of my last received payment. Usually, I receive payments within 5-10 minutes of each other, and that was 1.5 hours ago, so something is definitely not right.

https://cga.thedigitalmint.net is on the wrong chain, since https://cga.thedigitalmint.net has a lower height than anomalypool.

Current block: 70599

node1.cga.anomalypool.com node2.cga.anomalypool.com and both pools http://anomalypool.com/static/ and http://mpos.cga.anomalypool.com/ are on this chain.

I can confirm this, was unfortunately mining myself at https://cga.thedigitalmint.net and just attempted to withdraw 1.5 CGA, which never showed up. I checked the blocks and they mismatched, and now I see here that it truly is forked.

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March 23, 2014, 09:43:08 AM
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Team resolved the problems now, please use http://anomalypool.com/static/ to mine, this has the latest updates AND is on the correct chain! put as many power there to ensure the chain!
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March 23, 2014, 10:12:58 AM
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Everything seems to be slowly getting back to normal. Please Update to version 1.3.2.1. It is mandatory and will force you on to the correct blockchain. I am sorry in advance for the lose of coin.

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March 23, 2014, 10:31:17 AM
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And if you claim that you REPEATEDLY told people what pools are safe and who are not how come all pools are still in the first post?
To me this sounds more and more like bullcrap, if you want to do whats right for the user choose the chains that had the most miners cause it would have less impact on the majority of your miners!




That's because I'm not s4w3d0ff and I cannot edit the main post.  We did tell people repeatedly in the forum thread what pools were safe at the time.

Honestly MiningViking, I think you should go back to the trollbox where you came from and stop posting in this thread. You've added nothing to the conversation, haven't bothered to join the IRC and help us, and you've accused us of bagholding. We're not choosing the block chain because we mined on it and we don't want to lose our coins. We're choosing this block chain because the other one has irreparable problems and new wallets will not be able to process blocks on it. I'll see you on the Poloniex Trollbox I suppose.

Considering i have to opportunity to post in this thread as much as i want and if you consider that i just wrote here and you also totally disregared my apology to you in this thread
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=437950.msg5853720#msg5853720
If you dont want people to post in the thread i consider you either lock it or make a new self moderated thread.

Second time i get raped by your coin, forgive me for not being overenthusiastic..

Here is what sawedoff wrote:
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Start using cga.thedigitalmint.net/ or a P2P!

I did use a P2P.. So dont give me that shit please.
I did as you asked and got screwed anyway.
You guys did choose a fork for a pool that no one used, i wonder why?

Poloniex btw dont seem to accept transactions from the latest wallet version after updating, i did try send a smaller amount, it dont show up in my wallet there.
edit: seems the exchange do accept the coins but have raised the number of confirmations required, i have 30+ in my wallet, only 3 at poloniex.

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March 23, 2014, 10:40:16 AM
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http://mpos.cga.anomalypool.com/ is back on track!

Tested everthing, should work without problems now. Also tightened up security and backups. The past problems shouldn't occure once again.
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March 23, 2014, 10:52:49 AM
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Second time i get raped by your coin, forgive me for not being overenthusiastic..

Here is what sawedoff wrote:
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Start using cga.thedigitalmint.net/ or a P2P!

I did use a P2P.. So dont give me that shit please.
I did as you asked and got screwed anyway.
You guys did choose a fork for a pool that no one used, i wonder why?

The other fork was on an unusable blockchain. Sorry for your experience here, CGA team has been under a lot of stress and I think there was more forks and merge mining than anybody wanted to admit. Hopefully this new update fixes it all and we can have just one secured CGA network and you will come back to catch an anomaly or two.

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March 23, 2014, 10:59:38 AM
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Second time i get raped by your coin, forgive me for not being overenthusiastic..

Here is what sawedoff wrote:
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Start using cga.thedigitalmint.net/ or a P2P!

I did use a P2P.. So dont give me that shit please.
I did as you asked and got screwed anyway.
You guys did choose a fork for a pool that no one used, i wonder why?

The other fork was on an unusable blockchain. Sorry for your experience here, CGA team has been under a lot of stress and I think there was more forks and merge mining than anybody wanted to admit. Hopefully this new update fixes it all and we can have just one secured CGA network and you will come back to catch an anomaly or two.

I lost all faith in part of the CGA team anyway, i cincerly ask for apology for being rough on him in the trollbox and he asks me to go back to the trollbox and stop posting in this thread.
It makes me question if i deal with a child or an adult.

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March 23, 2014, 12:05:37 PM
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Shit, it's forket again. You, guys, make wrong changes with last wallet. You just create new currency with 5 predefined nodes and new blockchain, what suitable for this nodes  inceptioncraft.net and thedigitalmint.orgm but most network stay on it's own CORRECT chain from block

69626 ced06368f3bc99fd9e630bf5643741ec5414cf6812f454fb2f45ed5396c98208

Right way was just to add several checkpoints and set MIN_PEER_PROTO_VERSION.

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March 23, 2014, 12:16:50 PM
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Shit, it's forket again. You, guys, make wrong changes with last wallet. You just create new currency with 5 predefined nodes and new blockchain, what suitable for this nodes  inceptioncraft.net and thedigitalmint.orgm but most network stay on it's own CORRECT chain from block

69626 ced06368f3bc99fd9e630bf5643741ec5414cf6812f454fb2f45ed5396c98208

Right way was just to add several checkpoints and set MIN_PEER_PROTO_VERSION.

Did you update to 1.3.2.1?

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March 23, 2014, 01:00:38 PM
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I update my wallet now and my pool at YOUR chain now with 6 predefined nodes and length 70147 blocks.
Just want say, what new wallet version makes private block chain, and developer call this chain 'right'. And again it's SHORTER chain.
This block explorer (http://cga.inceptioncraft.net/blockexplorer/chain/Cryptographic%20Anomaly) use chain with 70222 blocks and this chain
starts from previous 'correct' checkpoint

69626 ced06368f3bc99fd9e630bf5643741ec5414cf6812f454fb2f45ed5396c98208

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March 23, 2014, 01:04:44 PM
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I update my wallet now and my pool at YOUR chain now with 6 predefined nodes and length 70147 blocks.
Just want say, what new wallet version makes private block chain, and developer call this chain 'right'. And again it's SHORTER chain.
This block explorer (http://cga.inceptioncraft.net/blockexplorer/chain/Cryptographic%20Anomaly) use chain with 70222 blocks and this chain
starts from previous 'correct' checkpoint

69626 ced06368f3bc99fd9e630bf5643741ec5414cf6812f454fb2f45ed5396c98208


They both do. 1.3.2.1 uses this blockhash and merges anomalypool and digitalmint. Now IC needs to update to 1.3.2.1 and we should be fixed.

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March 23, 2014, 01:06:28 PM
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Everything seems to be slowly getting back to normal. Please Update to version 1.3.2.1. It is mandatory and will force you on to the correct blockchain. I am sorry in advance for the lose of coin.

Dowloads @ CGAnomaly.com

Make sure you update to 1.3.2.1 before depositing to poloniex

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March 23, 2014, 01:14:19 PM
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Ugh, was solo mining, hope the coins I did get arent on the wrong fork  Sad

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March 23, 2014, 01:20:27 PM
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Ugh, was solo mining, hope the coins I did get arent on the wrong fork  Sad

I hope you have been keeping up to date in the thread and irc, the older your client the more coin you will probably end up losing.  Undecided One of the causes of forks they think was a solominer on an out of date client.

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March 23, 2014, 01:23:31 PM
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Ugh, was solo mining, hope the coins I did get arent on the wrong fork  Sad

I hope you have been keeping up to date in the thread and irc, the older your client the more coin you will probably end up losing.  Undecided One of the causes of forks they think was a solominer on an out of date client.

Wow.. I lost everything  Angry

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March 23, 2014, 01:30:14 PM
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Ugh, was solo mining, hope the coins I did get arent on the wrong fork  Sad

I hope you have been keeping up to date in the thread and irc, the older your client the more coin you will probably end up losing.  Undecided One of the causes of forks they think was a solominer on an out of date client.

My client was updated on thursday

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March 23, 2014, 01:42:18 PM
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Ugh, was solo mining, hope the coins I did get arent on the wrong fork  Sad

I hope you have been keeping up to date in the thread and irc, the older your client the more coin you will probably end up losing.  Undecided One of the causes of forks they think was a solominer on an out of date client.

My client was updated on thursday

Same here, but the latest version : 1.3.2.1 gives a runaway exception for me ?

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March 23, 2014, 02:07:48 PM
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Ugh, was solo mining, hope the coins I did get arent on the wrong fork  Sad

I hope you have been keeping up to date in the thread and irc, the older your client the more coin you will probably end up losing.  Undecided One of the causes of forks they think was a solominer on an out of date client.

My client was updated on thursday

Same here, but the latest version : 1.3.2.1 gives a runaway exception for me ?

You have to delete everything in the appdata folder except for wallet.dat

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