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March 24, 2014, 06:53:25 AM
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So MPOS.CGA.anaomolypool finally paid out to my MuCoWa address, but now MuCoWa will not sync when I add my backed up wallet with that address back to it after reinstalling.  I know the address the cga was sent too, but I don't know of any way to put that address into a working wallet.  Anyone know how to do this, or did I lose my cga?  BTW, these cga were mined in the last few weeks and should not have been affected by the fork.  I am also using the latest cga wallet which is working fine.
I presume that something happened in MuCoWa that is not compatible with your old wallet, so here is what I would do:
- backup existing (new) wallet so it is secure (not overwrite old backup wallet!)
- re-install (or switch to directory with old MuCoWa, run it
- open the old backup wallet, don't care if it syncs, because you immediately do only the following:
- find out how to export the *private key(s)* for your CGA and store those securely
- close old MuCoWa
- run new MuCoWa again and import the stored private keys from the old wallet
- MuCoWa should now find the balance from the old wallet in the block chain. (because coins are stored in the block chain, not in a wallet)
NOTE: never publish your private key(s), those give full access to your coins in the block chain, including transfer elsewhere...
Success!

MuCoWa runs with an old protocol version, this prevents MuCoWa from syncing with the correct block chain. As soon as the devs report a stable version there will also be an update for MuCoWa.

Sawedoff/tf2, please send me a message asap with the correct protocol version which also will work for at least a few weeks, thanks!
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March 24, 2014, 07:13:04 AM
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So MPOS.CGA.anaomolypool finally paid out to my MuCoWa address, but now MuCoWa will not sync when I add my backed up wallet with that address back to it after reinstalling.  I know the address the cga was sent too, but I don't know of any way to put that address into a working wallet.  Anyone know how to do this, or did I lose my cga?  BTW, these cga were mined in the last few weeks and should not have been affected by the fork.  I am also using the latest cga wallet which is working fine.
I presume that something happened in MuCoWa that is not compatible with your old wallet, so here is what I would do:
- backup existing (new) wallet so it is secure (not overwrite old backup wallet!)
- re-install (or switch to directory with old MuCoWa, run it
- open the old backup wallet, don't care if it syncs, because you immediately do only the following:
- find out how to export the *private key(s)* for your CGA and store those securely
- close old MuCoWa
- run new MuCoWa again and import the stored private keys from the old wallet
- MuCoWa should now find the balance from the old wallet in the block chain. (because coins are stored in the block chain, not in a wallet)
NOTE: never publish your private key(s), those give full access to your coins in the block chain, including transfer elsewhere...
Success!

MuCoWa runs with an old protocol version, this prevents MuCoWa from syncing with the correct block chain. As soon as the devs report a stable version there will also be an update for MuCoWa.

Sawedoff/tf2, please send me a message asap with the correct protocol version which also will work for at least a few weeks, thanks!

Considering there been 2 fork in 1 weeks time i do think you should wait until a version worked for 2-3 weeks before re-adding it..

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March 24, 2014, 07:24:05 AM
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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



They did choose the fork for their own pool that no one else was mining at...

Not sure what you are getting at... it did not matter what chain we picked, people were going to have coins lost. I wasn't mining (nor do I really ever mine, because "mommy and daddy doesn't pay my bills or buy me what ever I want") so you can't accuse me of having some sort of personal vendetta. I picked the chain with the most valid data. I do not "own a pool" and at the time of the fork tf2honeybadger didn't either... So you are just blowing smoke up your ass. Shit happens, get over it and move on.

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March 24, 2014, 07:29:11 AM
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Considering there been 2 fork in 1 weeks time i do think you should wait until a version worked for 2-3 weeks before re-adding it..

Your such a big help! Thank you for your input. If you ever make your own coin let me know. I would gladly repay 10x the amount of generous feed back that you have so graciously brought to this coin.

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March 24, 2014, 07:29:23 AM
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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



They did choose the fork for their own pool that no one else was mining at...

Not sure what you are getting at... it did not matter what chain we picked, people were going to have coins lost. I wasn't mining (nor do I really ever mine, because "mommy and daddy doesn't pay my bills or buy me what ever I want") so you can't accuse me of having some sort of personal vendetta. I picked the chain with the most valid data. I do not "own a pool" and at the time of the fork tf2honeybadger didn't either... So you are just blowing smoke up your ass. Shit happens, get over it and move on.

You blabla still dont change the fact that you did choose the fork for a pool that no one was mining at expect you and your "team dev`s", and that people that where mining at the pool you recommended us to mine at lost it all..
Your choise was to minimize your own loss and let everyone else take the hit, its obvious so just be honest about it instead.
I pay for my own equipment and my own electricity bills because unlike you i live in my own house and unlike you my mother dont buy my underwear.

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March 24, 2014, 07:31:03 AM
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Considering there been 2 fork in 1 weeks time i do think you should wait until a version worked for 2-3 weeks before re-adding it..

Your such a big help! Thank you for your input. If you ever make your own coin let me know. I would gladly repay 10x the amount of generous feed back that you have so graciously brought to this coin.

Well i guess you get what you deserve, basic karma.

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March 24, 2014, 07:48:38 AM
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I pay for my own equipment and my own electricity bills because unlike you i live in my own house and unlike you my mother dont buy my underwear.

So you're stalking s4w3d0ff or you really are his mother, complaining about him not moving out and buying his stuff on his own.

Either way, a little bit creepy.

No offense Wink
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March 24, 2014, 08:50:26 AM
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Hey, stop F ... bla bla!!!
I lost since the start ~ 100CGA
the last 2 days I was also very angry with the dev and the selected not what we wanted. BUT Shit happens!
and I thought this anomaly, and the anomalies are all wrong))))) Let's hope that everything will be +1000% or 10,000)))

to s4w3d0ff, dev, if you have the opportunity, just try to answer the negative posts more calmly, in my opinion is all that requires community.
and if you have the opportunity, start your pool, it is yours, which is always true and the community will be on him to navigate, and if you are not a miner you will be able to get the profit +1%, day  should be 20-30CGA for you
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March 24, 2014, 08:54:36 AM
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WOW on mpos.cga.anomalypool.com

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March 24, 2014, 09:02:57 AM
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Hey, stop F ... bla bla!!!
I lost since the start ~ 100CGA
the last 2 days I was also very angry with the dev and the selected not what we wanted. BUT Shit happens!
and I thought this anomaly, and the anomalies are all wrong))))) Let's hope that everything will be +1000% or 10,000)))

to s4w3d0ff, dev, if you have the opportunity, just try to answer the negative posts more calmly, in my opinion is all that requires community.
and if you have the opportunity, start your pool, it is yours, which is always true and the community will be on him to navigate, and if you are not a miner you will be able to get the profit +1%, day  should be 20-30CGA for you

He have no interest in giving any real response to the hard questions cause it would only give proof that he did what he did to minimise
his own losses. The fork for the pool that they did choose had like 0.1% of the hashrate at most, and it was the pool they used themself.
He recommended us to use the P2pool then he buttfucked us.

This coin is really elusive, not in the way advertised but still elusive, one day its in your wallet the next day its gone, twice in a week..
Cant really get more elusive then that,

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March 24, 2014, 09:25:00 AM
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Hey, stop F ... bla bla!!!
I lost since the start ~ 100CGA
the last 2 days I was also very angry with the dev and the selected not what we wanted. BUT Shit happens!
and I thought this anomaly, and the anomalies are all wrong))))) Let's hope that everything will be +1000% or 10,000)))

to s4w3d0ff, dev, if you have the opportunity, just try to answer the negative posts more calmly, in my opinion is all that requires community.
and if you have the opportunity, start your pool, it is yours, which is always true and the community will be on him to navigate, and if you are not a miner you will be able to get the profit +1%, day  should be 20-30CGA for you

He have no interest in giving any real response to the hard questions cause it would only give proof that he did what he did to minimise
his own losses. The fork for the pool that they did choose had like 0.1% of the hashrate at most, and it was the pool they used themself.
He recommended us to use the P2pool then he buttfucked us.

This coin is really elusive, not in the way advertised but still elusive, one day its in your wallet the next day its gone, twice in a week..
Cant really get more elusive then that,

    
Agree 100%, after this post itself is switched on P2pool, also wrote that P2pool may not happen problems!
but we are where we are, and in the forum too much negativity for new miners and investors.

let's do something constructive that will help the community and the coin!

but the developers need (so far, so good) check the code again and make a final update which is 101% to prevent the next fork

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March 24, 2014, 09:26:45 AM
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Hey, stop F ... bla bla!!!
I lost since the start ~ 100CGA
the last 2 days I was also very angry with the dev and the selected not what we wanted. BUT Shit happens!
and I thought this anomaly, and the anomalies are all wrong))))) Let's hope that everything will be +1000% or 10,000)))

to s4w3d0ff, dev, if you have the opportunity, just try to answer the negative posts more calmly, in my opinion is all that requires community.
and if you have the opportunity, start your pool, it is yours, which is always true and the community will be on him to navigate, and if you are not a miner you will be able to get the profit +1%, day  should be 20-30CGA for you

He have no interest in giving any real response to the hard questions cause it would only give proof that he did what he did to minimise
his own losses. The fork for the pool that they did choose had like 0.1% of the hashrate at most, and it was the pool they used themself.
He recommended us to use the P2pool then he buttfucked us.

This coin is really elusive, not in the way advertised but still elusive, one day its in your wallet the next day its gone, twice in a week..
Cant really get more elusive then that,

    
Agree 100%, after this post itself is switched on P2pool, also wrote that P2pool may not happen problems!
but we are where we are, and in the forum too much negativity for new miners and investors.

let's do something constructive that will help the community and the coin!

but the developers need (so far, so good) check the code again and make a final update which is 101% to prevent the next fork



Considering the "community" according to the "developers" is only yes-sayers i cant tell if there really is one or not.
They choosed the fork that would minimize their own losses, not the one they recommended people to use in both capslock and red letters.
Crypto communitys in my opinion is the miners, not the cheerleaders that applaud whatever bone the "dev`s" toss at them on the forums.


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March 24, 2014, 10:46:31 AM
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MiningViking the fork was chosen not because the devs mine at that pool but because that was the chain that didn't have erroneous data for the block reward. I can confirm that the devs don't even have a lot of hash power. The main dev has like 8khs and community dev has 200 khs. There is no conspiracy, just a few bugs to work out because the coin is actually innovative and not just a doge clone.

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March 24, 2014, 10:57:51 AM
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If two massive networks were both mining CGA at the same time anyway, none of that CGA should be valid. In a real CGA network you would have to fight for the CGA and the diff would go up and there wouldn't have been as much CGA mined, more people would have quit mining. Chosing either of those forks would be a mistake for the coin.

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March 24, 2014, 12:58:25 PM
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I was on IRC for a lot of the time while the devs and some of the pool operators were trying to sort out the mess caused by the fork and I can state for a fact that those guys were working pretty hard and in a lot of cases sacrificing sleep.  I for one appreciate their efforts even though I "lost" over 20 CGA as a result.  Sh1t happens.  I'm not going to get all butthurt over it because those coins weren't actually real.  I knew something was wrong when I had mined much more than I usually would have, and that's why I went to the IRC channel in the first place.
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March 24, 2014, 02:26:32 PM
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Updated to 1.3.2.1 deleted everything except for wallet.dat

Works perfectly now!

SawedOff, you really did a good job fixing all the trouble the coin/wallets had.

Now let sail for a while, until this gets more momentum.

I am a loyal miner, and will stay here until the coin either dies or goes to the moon! (i prefer the latter over the former ofc. Roll Eyes)


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March 24, 2014, 02:57:38 PM
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I was on IRC for a lot of the time while the devs and some of the pool operators were trying to sort out the mess caused by the fork and I can state for a fact that those guys were working pretty hard and in a lot of cases sacrificing sleep.  I for one appreciate their efforts even though I "lost" over 20 CGA as a result.  Sh1t happens.  I'm not going to get all butthurt over it because those coins weren't actually real.  I knew something was wrong when I had mined much more than I usually would have, and that's why I went to the IRC channel in the first place.

A: Developer asks you to mine at X pool
B: Developer choose fork for from Y pool
C: Developer asks you to suck it up

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March 24, 2014, 03:03:29 PM
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If any one consider mined or not mined coin not actually real, well I guess all miners would be upset people.


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March 24, 2014, 03:09:59 PM
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I was on IRC for a lot of the time while the devs and some of the pool operators were trying to sort out the mess caused by the fork and I can state for a fact that those guys were working pretty hard and in a lot of cases sacrificing sleep.  I for one appreciate their efforts even though I "lost" over 20 CGA as a result.  Sh1t happens.  I'm not going to get all butthurt over it because those coins weren't actually real.  I knew something was wrong when I had mined much more than I usually would have, and that's why I went to the IRC channel in the first place.

A: Developer asks you to mine at X pool
B: Developer choose fork for from Y pool
C: Developer asks you to suck it up

I think fork was larger than initially realized, sorry that the p2pools were also messed up. I mine at anomalyp2pool also. I was still getting payments because of the accidental merge mining. The network was fixed in the only possible way. The fork you were on had incorrect data and cannot ever be used. Everything is now back to normal, we're sorry that you lost $30 worth of what seemed like real CGA, but was infact invalid since it was not mined on a homogoneous network but on a fork of the network at half the diff. Feel free to maintain that fork where you have 30 fake CGA. The rest of us are moving forward with the devs, pools and the exchanges.

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March 24, 2014, 03:11:06 PM
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in crypto land shit happens but sometimes luck also happens

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