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April 01, 2014, 07:16:44 AM
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somebody wrote a request to add http://www.coinwarz.com ?

"How can I suggest a crypto currency to be listed on CoinWarz?

In order for CoinWarz to list a crypto currency, we need to ensure the crypto currency is listed on one of the exchanges we currently support and the crypto currency is listed under a BTC market or can be traded directly for Bitcoin.

Most importantly, the crypto currency trade volume in Bitcoin (BTC) must be at least 1 BTC for the last 24 hours to even be considered.

We currently support exchange data from Bitstamp, BTCe, Bter, Coinbase, CoinedUp, Coins-E, Crypto-Trade, Cryptsy, MintPal, Poloniex, and SwissCEX.

If you have a crypto currency that meets these criteria, please submit a consideration request using the Contact Us form.

Make sure to include the crypto currency name, website, hashing algorithm, the github.com repository link, a link to a forum announcement page on [Suspicious link removed], the list of exchanges, and the BTC trade volume for the last 24 hours."
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April 01, 2014, 04:40:03 PM
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somebody wrote a request to add http://www.coinwarz.com ?

"How can I suggest a crypto currency to be listed on CoinWarz?

In order for CoinWarz to list a crypto currency, we need to ensure the crypto currency is listed on one of the exchanges we currently support and the crypto currency is listed under a BTC market or can be traded directly for Bitcoin.

Most importantly, the crypto currency trade volume in Bitcoin (BTC) must be at least 1 BTC for the last 24 hours to even be considered.

We currently support exchange data from Bitstamp, BTCe, Bter, Coinbase, CoinedUp, Coins-E, Crypto-Trade, Cryptsy, MintPal, Poloniex, and SwissCEX.

If you have a crypto currency that meets these criteria, please submit a consideration request using the Contact Us form.

Make sure to include the crypto currency name, website, hashing algorithm, the github.com repository link, a link to a forum announcement page on [Suspicious link removed], the list of exchanges, and the BTC trade volume for the last 24 hours."


Just sent my second request... feel free to flood their inbox  Wink

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April 01, 2014, 04:50:01 PM
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somebody wrote a request to add http://www.coinwarz.com ?

"How can I suggest a crypto currency to be listed on CoinWarz?

In order for CoinWarz to list a crypto currency, we need to ensure the crypto currency is listed on one of the exchanges we currently support and the crypto currency is listed under a BTC market or can be traded directly for Bitcoin.

Most importantly, the crypto currency trade volume in Bitcoin (BTC) must be at least 1 BTC for the last 24 hours to even be considered.

We currently support exchange data from Bitstamp, BTCe, Bter, Coinbase, CoinedUp, Coins-E, Crypto-Trade, Cryptsy, MintPal, Poloniex, and SwissCEX.

If you have a crypto currency that meets these criteria, please submit a consideration request using the Contact Us form.

Make sure to include the crypto currency name, website, hashing algorithm, the github.com repository link, a link to a forum announcement page on [Suspicious link removed], the list of exchanges, and the BTC trade volume for the last 24 hours."


Just sent my second request... feel free to flood their inbox  Wink


Don't need more exchanges, only bter and cryptsy, is the best choice for CGA
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April 01, 2014, 05:04:00 PM
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somebody wrote a request to add http://www.coinwarz.com ?

"How can I suggest a crypto currency to be listed on CoinWarz?

In order for CoinWarz to list a crypto currency, we need to ensure the crypto currency is listed on one of the exchanges we currently support and the crypto currency is listed under a BTC market or can be traded directly for Bitcoin.

Most importantly, the crypto currency trade volume in Bitcoin (BTC) must be at least 1 BTC for the last 24 hours to even be considered.

We currently support exchange data from Bitstamp, BTCe, Bter, Coinbase, CoinedUp, Coins-E, Crypto-Trade, Cryptsy, MintPal, Poloniex, and SwissCEX.

If you have a crypto currency that meets these criteria, please submit a consideration request using the Contact Us form.

Make sure to include the crypto currency name, website, hashing algorithm, the github.com repository link, a link to a forum announcement page on [Suspicious link removed], the list of exchanges, and the BTC trade volume for the last 24 hours."


Just sent my second request... feel free to flood their inbox  Wink


Don't need more exchanges, only bter and cryptsy, is the best choice for CGA

Coinwarz is not an exchange Wink it is a profitability chart that will get us better exposure.

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April 01, 2014, 05:16:39 PM
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somebody wrote a request to add http://www.coinwarz.com ?

"How can I suggest a crypto currency to be listed on CoinWarz?

In order for CoinWarz to list a crypto currency, we need to ensure the crypto currency is listed on one of the exchanges we currently support and the crypto currency is listed under a BTC market or can be traded directly for Bitcoin.

Most importantly, the crypto currency trade volume in Bitcoin (BTC) must be at least 1 BTC for the last 24 hours to even be considered.

We currently support exchange data from Bitstamp, BTCe, Bter, Coinbase, CoinedUp, Coins-E, Crypto-Trade, Cryptsy, MintPal, Poloniex, and SwissCEX.

If you have a crypto currency that meets these criteria, please submit a consideration request using the Contact Us form.

Make sure to include the crypto currency name, website, hashing algorithm, the github.com repository link, a link to a forum announcement page on [Suspicious link removed], the list of exchanges, and the BTC trade volume for the last 24 hours."


Just sent my second request... feel free to flood their inbox  Wink


Don't need more exchanges, only bter and cryptsy, is the best choice for CGA

Coinwarz is not an exchange Wink it is a profitability chart that will get us better exposure.

haha,you are right  Grin
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April 01, 2014, 06:28:18 PM
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1 CGA = 0.0011 BTC. Cry
What's going on?
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April 01, 2014, 07:29:52 PM
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1 CGA = 0.0011 BTC. Cry
What's going on?

April Fools? I think everyone dumped CGA for this "supposed" MYR pump... people are going to be pulling their hair out soon LOL

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April 02, 2014, 01:28:47 AM
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We need to do some marketing !! At, least dont forget to talk about CGA a d vote for mintpall and cryptsy

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April 02, 2014, 01:41:34 AM
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Why do I have this on one machine and not the other? I've downloaded the latest client from the CGA site:

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April 02, 2014, 01:46:25 AM
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Probably just need to resync the one with the message, then check with the block explorers to make sure you are on same chain as them. Les us know if you need any help.

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April 02, 2014, 01:53:43 AM
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Why do I have this on one machine and not the other? I've downloaded the latest client from the CGA site:



We will be doing a mandatory update in the next 24 hours. There was a slight problem with the current block reward (nothing serious, it just makes wallets "get stuck" on some of the bonus blocks) I will announce the update as soon as we have the majority of the nodes updated.

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April 02, 2014, 01:55:06 AM
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Probably just need to resync the one with the message, then check with the block explorers to make sure you are on same chain as them. Les us know if you need any help.

I've stopped the wallet and restarted but it does the same thing. Do I need to do something different? Thanks for the reply.
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April 02, 2014, 01:55:20 AM
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Why do I have this on one machine and not the other? I've downloaded the latest client from the CGA site:



We will be doing a mandatory update in the next 24 hours. There was a slight problem with the current block reward (nothing serious, it just makes wallets "get stuck" on some of the bonus blocks) I will announce the update as soon as we have the majority of the nodes updated.

Should I just wait on that?
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April 02, 2014, 02:00:11 AM
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Why do I have this on one machine and not the other? I've downloaded the latest client from the CGA site:



We will be doing a mandatory update in the next 24 hours. There was a slight problem with the current block reward (nothing serious, it just makes wallets "get stuck" on some of the bonus blocks) I will announce the update as soon as we have the majority of the nodes updated.

Should I just wait on that?

try shutting down the wallet, going into your app data folder for CGA and delete your blockchain (DONT TOUCH YOUR wallet.dat FILE!), then start up the wallet again. It should work

Edit: but you WILL need to upgrade when the new wallet is released

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April 02, 2014, 02:26:29 AM
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Why do I have this on one machine and not the other? I've downloaded the latest client from the CGA site:



We will be doing a mandatory update in the next 24 hours. There was a slight problem with the current block reward (nothing serious, it just makes wallets "get stuck" on some of the bonus blocks) I will announce the update as soon as we have the majority of the nodes updated.

Should I just wait on that?

try shutting down the wallet, going into your app data folder for CGA and delete your blockchain (DONT TOUCH YOUR wallet.dat FILE!), then start up the wallet again. It should work

Edit: but you WILL need to upgrade when the new wallet is released

Awesome! This worked. Thanks for the support!
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April 02, 2014, 09:02:24 AM
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Why do I have this on one machine and not the other? I've downloaded the latest client from the CGA site:

http://i204.photobucket.com/albums/bb292/Mackavellio/CGA.jpg

We will be doing a mandatory update in the next 24 hours. There was a slight problem with the current block reward (nothing serious, it just makes wallets "get stuck" on some of the bonus blocks) I will announce the update as soon as we have the majority of the nodes updated.

Should I just wait on that?

try shutting down the wallet, going into your app data folder for CGA and delete your blockchain (DONT TOUCH YOUR wallet.dat FILE!), then start up the wallet again. It should work

Edit: but you WILL need to upgrade when the new wallet is released

Same problem.But slightly different.
I'm doing solo mining. I find wrong blocks. But I didnt know. I sent CGA coins my Poloniex deposit. But not confirmed. I learned later did I do wrong. Before finding the wrong block I had about 10 CGA.
10 CGA missing.What can I do?

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April 02, 2014, 11:18:03 AM
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@zortman I'm not sure but it looks like you are saying you had 10 real CGA then solomined onto a forked chain 60 fake CGA. Then you sent all 70 to an address on the forked chain. If you delete your forked chain, the real CGA network should still show that you have 10 real CGA since it never saw that transaction. Have you tried to simply redownload the official chain and see if they are still in your wallet?

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April 02, 2014, 11:49:30 AM
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@zortman I'm not sure but it looks like you are saying you had 10 real CGA then solomined onto a forked chain 60 fake CGA. Then you sent all 70 to an address on the forked chain. If you delete your forked chain, the real CGA network should still show that you have 10 real CGA since it never saw that transaction. Have you tried to simply redownload the official chain and see if they are still in your wallet?

Sorry for my English.You true understand me.
Yes I tried redownload the official chain.But coins are still missing.Even wallet console I got private key my wallet.Later new wallet open and update.
New wallet console I entried command " importprivkey MY PRİVATE KEY ANYTHİNG NAME ".Later my wallet start with -rescan command.But coins not again.

Fork chain deleted.But 70 CGA transaction not deleted.So coins missing.How do I delete 70 CGA transaction?

Thank you for answer.

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April 02, 2014, 03:11:50 PM
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@zortman I'm not sure but it looks like you are saying you had 10 real CGA then solomined onto a forked chain 60 fake CGA. Then you sent all 70 to an address on the forked chain. If you delete your forked chain, the real CGA network should still show that you have 10 real CGA since it never saw that transaction. Have you tried to simply redownload the official chain and see if they are still in your wallet?

Sorry for my English.You true understand me.
Yes I tried redownload the official chain.But coins are still missing.Even wallet console I got private key my wallet.Later new wallet open and update.
New wallet console I entried command " importprivkey MY PRİVATE KEY ANYTHİNG NAME ".Later my wallet start with -rescan command.But coins not again.

Fork chain deleted.But 70 CGA transaction not deleted.So coins missing.How do I delete 70 CGA transaction?

Thank you for answer.



Do you have a wallet address for these original 10 CGA? Maybe we can track them down with a block explorer.

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April 02, 2014, 05:06:00 PM
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@zortman I'm not sure but it looks like you are saying you had 10 real CGA then solomined onto a forked chain 60 fake CGA. Then you sent all 70 to an address on the forked chain. If you delete your forked chain, the real CGA network should still show that you have 10 real CGA since it never saw that transaction. Have you tried to simply redownload the official chain and see if they are still in your wallet?

Sorry for my English.You true understand me.
Yes I tried redownload the official chain.But coins are still missing.Even wallet console I got private key my wallet.Later new wallet open and update.
New wallet console I entried command " importprivkey MY PRİVATE KEY ANYTHİNG NAME ".Later my wallet start with -rescan command.But coins not again.

Fork chain deleted.But 70 CGA transaction not deleted.So coins missing.How do I delete 70 CGA transaction?

Thank you for answer.



Do you have a wallet address for these original 10 CGA? Maybe we can track them down with a block explorer.

My orginal CGA wallet address: AGpS24a8jiMvEwQcQmWk7EMmnPD2b6AmvP
If you want I can give Private Key with private message or I can send my wallet your mail address.
Thanks for support.
Best Regards.
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