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August 14, 2018, 11:38:41 PM
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You have written that your coin is based on Litecoin, but Litecoin, despite its popularity, is already a very old coin. Is there an explanation?

Vegascoin is a very old coin (Feb. 2014) based on Litecoin's code.
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August 16, 2018, 07:03:36 AM
Last edit: August 16, 2018, 08:07:37 AM by almightyruler
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its on nova exchange until the 23rd. theres actually a bunch avail for 1 satoshi right now.

Luckily Nova is adding new assets every week, and apparently they have SAVED assets (that were going to be delisted) BEFORE. So there is a chance we can stay on or get back on later.

Unfortunately, I cannot trade right now, otherwise I would buy all those cheap VGC.

To keep a coin listed at Nova Exchange that is on the de list list, it would need more connected peers, working block explorer, and community involvement. Wallet upgrades would help also. It is possible to save some coins. Contact support@novaexchange.com for information on how to save a coin from being de listed.


Kind of unfair for Nova to delist a coin when deposits for that coin have been disabled for 8 months. That alone could be enough to turn a quiet coin into a dead one. IMHO.

I'll send them an email and see what they say.


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Here's the reply:


In order to save this coin, we will request
1: working nodes,
2: a link for a working explorer,
3: a bitcointalk announcement about the developer that will take the project on,
4: the main dev "responsible" for this and a contact so we can communicate
5: a small collateral that the chain will be moving for a period of time.



So I'd say #1, #3 and #4 wouldn't be a problem, but I'm not sure about a block explorer, or collateral...
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August 16, 2018, 01:07:58 PM
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its on nova exchange until the 23rd. theres actually a bunch avail for 1 satoshi right now.

Luckily Nova is adding new assets every week, and apparently they have SAVED assets (that were going to be delisted) BEFORE. So there is a chance we can stay on or get back on later.

Unfortunately, I cannot trade right now, otherwise I would buy all those cheap VGC.

To keep a coin listed at Nova Exchange that is on the de list list, it would need more connected peers, working block explorer, and community involvement. Wallet upgrades would help also. It is possible to save some coins. Contact support@novaexchange.com for information on how to save a coin from being de listed.


Kind of unfair for Nova to delist a coin when deposits for that coin have been disabled for 8 months. That alone could be enough to turn a quiet coin into a dead one. IMHO.

I'll send them an email and see what they say.


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Here's the reply:


In order to save this coin, we will request
1: working nodes,
2: a link for a working explorer,
3: a bitcointalk announcement about the developer that will take the project on,
4: the main dev "responsible" for this and a contact so we can communicate
5: a small collateral that the chain will be moving for a period of time.



So I'd say #1, #3 and #4 wouldn't be a problem, but I'm not sure about a block explorer, or collateral...

A working block explorer is very important to keep a coin listed on an exchange. You can get a block explorer at thecryptochat.net $85 per year plus $10 one time set up fee, includes node. I use them for the Bunnycoin explorer.
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August 16, 2018, 01:50:07 PM
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LOL my Nova account still shows two pending deposits for VGC that got stuck in the chain.

VGC    2018-06-10 16:50        10000.00000000    Incoming
VGC    2018-06-10 16:50        10000.00000000    Incoming

The dates are wrong as these transactions would have been done in June 2016. They were removed from the transaction list, back in 2016, after I contacted Nova support about the issue with VGC getting stuck in the blockchain. I was testing at the time to see how many, newly mined, VGC I could send without issues. The new owners must have done a rescan of the VGC wallet and the transactions re appeared.

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August 19, 2018, 06:14:46 PM
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addnode=node21.novaexchange.com:8067
addnode=176.126.61.224:52400
addnode=203.20.114.252:52400
addnode=218.78.209.19:52400
addnode=23.233.2.252:52400
addnode=70.182.253.2:52400
addnode=71.38.34.169:52400
addnode=95.165.151.234:52400
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August 19, 2018, 06:15:16 PM
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addnode=vgc.weminecoin.com
addnode=94.130.14.168
addnode=184.164.129.202
addnode=71.181.35.236
addnode=5.189.137.226
addnode=94.130.16.85
addnode=149.56.241.2
addnode=213.32.6.132
addnode=203.20.114.252
addnode=217.175.119.125
addnode=157.161.128.58
addnode=37.21.148.81
addnode=37.17.25.19
addnode=vgc.weminecoin.com
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August 22, 2018, 10:36:19 PM
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Kind of unfair for Nova to delist a coin when deposits for that coin have been disabled for 8 months. That alone could be enough to turn a quiet coin into a dead one. IMHO.


I know, our market data isnt even true when we are all unable to trade.

I think as long as we keep mining, and once I get vegascointalk.com going... I can properly introduce new people (local Vegas residents) how to mine coins. We can start to valuate what the actual value of these coins are (based on mining cost vs. demand).

There is a new scrypt ASIC that just hit the market, the R3-LTC wifi router/scrypt asic... it mines at 11 Mh/s and it is low power and very affordable... if just a few of these started mining on our network, we would be looking at a very different picture... Especially for non-technical people that can mine 24/7 at little to no cost.

Keep all this in mind.

I also heard recently that Litecoin is going to have support on some new phones that will actually run a full node from the phone... as far as development, THIS COIN needs to be legit... we need to see what ACTUALLY works for Litecoin and then adapt those developments to Vegascoin once they have been fully tested... no need to upgrade this client a million times, while we are still mining it just fine. If it was no good to begin with, no one would have started.
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August 23, 2018, 07:56:50 PM
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addnode=vgc.weminecoin.com
addnode=94.130.14.168
addnode=184.164.129.202
addnode=71.181.35.236
addnode=5.189.137.226
addnode=94.130.16.85
addnode=149.56.241.2
addnode=213.32.6.132
addnode=203.20.114.252
addnode=217.175.119.125
addnode=157.161.128.58
addnode=37.21.148.81
addnode=37.17.25.19
addnode=vgc.weminecoin.com

when i copy and paste this into console i get

Method not found (code -32601)
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August 23, 2018, 10:57:51 PM
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addnode=vgc.weminecoin.com
addnode=94.130.14.168
addnode=184.164.129.202
addnode=71.181.35.236
addnode=5.189.137.226
addnode=94.130.16.85
addnode=149.56.241.2
addnode=213.32.6.132
addnode=203.20.114.252
addnode=217.175.119.125
addnode=157.161.128.58
addnode=37.21.148.81
addnode=37.17.25.19
addnode=vgc.weminecoin.com

when i copy and paste this into console i get

Method not found (code -32601)


To use addnodes as posted they need to be pasted into the vegascoin.conf file located in the appdata directory.

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August 24, 2018, 06:39:42 AM
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i did that and it hasnt synced anyway
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August 25, 2018, 02:30:42 PM
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i did that and it hasnt synced anyway

sometimes a wallet gets connected to one or more 'bad' nodes and it interferes with downloading
the correct chain.
one possible thing to try in your config file is to remove all the addnode= lines and add:
  connect=address
rather than addnode=address

connect will cause your wallet/daemon to ONLY connect to the specified address(es) and not connect
to any others. you just need to find nodes you 'trust' and that they will allow incoming connections.
i suppose my node is fairly trustworthy Smiley
  connect=23.233.2.252
you can add other connects too.

once you are synched, edit those connects back to addnode because if those connect nodes become unavailable in the future you wont have any nodes at all.

whenever you edit your config file, you must stop and restart your wallet/daemon.
forgetting this step can waste you a lot of time. (what i really wanted to suggest in the first place, i added the above to seem less glib Smiley )


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August 28, 2018, 09:59:00 PM
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is anyone developing this coin?

The website looks very outdated...
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August 29, 2018, 12:25:36 AM
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is anyone developing this coin?

The website looks very outdated...

No development for a few years now. Also, no more exchanges.
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September 03, 2018, 01:06:32 PM
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i did that and it hasnt synced anyway

sometimes a wallet gets connected to one or more 'bad' nodes and it interferes with downloading
the correct chain.
one possible thing to try in your config file is to remove all the addnode= lines and add:
  connect=address
rather than addnode=address

connect will cause your wallet/daemon to ONLY connect to the specified address(es) and not connect
to any others. you just need to find nodes you 'trust' and that they will allow incoming connections.
i suppose my node is fairly trustworthy Smiley
  connect=23.233.2.252
you can add other connects too.

once you are synched, edit those connects back to addnode because if those connect nodes become unavailable in the future you wont have any nodes at all.

whenever you edit your config file, you must stop and restart your wallet/daemon.
forgetting this step can waste you a lot of time. (what i really wanted to suggest in the first place, i added the above to seem less glib Smiley )




i had a 24 hour internet outage and just left the miner and everything running until internet was restored... since then my connection count has been sitting at 1 (it was fluctuating between 7 and 11 before the outage). is it wiser in this situation to keep it running as is or should i restart the wallet and the miner (i am solo mining).  this is a theoretical problem, but even though i only have one connection right now, i still think it may be better just to let it keep running as it is (and it should catch up with the network, and start seeing more connections)... this is the first time this has happened to me.
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September 03, 2018, 05:25:39 PM
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i did that and it hasnt synced anyway

sometimes a wallet gets connected to one or more 'bad' nodes and it interferes with downloading
the correct chain.
one possible thing to try in your config file is to remove all the addnode= lines and add:
  connect=address
rather than addnode=address

connect will cause your wallet/daemon to ONLY connect to the specified address(es) and not connect
to any others. you just need to find nodes you 'trust' and that they will allow incoming connections.
i suppose my node is fairly trustworthy Smiley
  connect=23.233.2.252
you can add other connects too.

once you are synched, edit those connects back to addnode because if those connect nodes become unavailable in the future you wont have any nodes at all.

whenever you edit your config file, you must stop and restart your wallet/daemon.
forgetting this step can waste you a lot of time. (what i really wanted to suggest in the first place, i added the above to seem less glib Smiley )




i had a 24 hour internet outage and just left the miner and everything running until internet was restored... since then my connection count has been sitting at 1 (it was fluctuating between 7 and 11 before the outage). is it wiser in this situation to keep it running as is or should i restart the wallet and the miner (i am solo mining).  this is a theoretical problem, but even though i only have one connection right now, i still think it may be better just to let it keep running as it is (and it should catch up with the network, and start seeing more connections)... this is the first time this has happened to me.

Mining without a connection to the network may cause your wallet to fork and that may prevent it from connecting to other nodes. Try restarting the wallet 1st, then verify if block heights are correct. If not, then you may need to resync wallet. Only start mining when you are sure wallet is synced correctly.
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September 04, 2018, 05:32:08 AM
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i had a 24 hour internet outage and just left the miner and everything running until internet was restored... since then my connection count has been sitting at 1 (it was fluctuating between 7 and 11 before the outage). is it wiser in this situation to keep it running as is or should i restart the wallet and the miner (i am solo mining).  this is a theoretical problem, but even though i only have one connection right now, i still think it may be better just to let it keep running as it is (and it should catch up with the network, and start seeing more connections)... this is the first time this has happened to me.

never mine without at least two valid nodes connected to your wallet. you are pretty much guaranteed to fork if you do.

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i had a 24 hour internet outage and just left the miner and everything running until internet was restored... since then my connection count has been sitting at 1 (it was fluctuating between 7 and 11 before the outage). is it wiser in this situation to keep it running as is or should i restart the wallet and the miner (i am solo mining).  this is a theoretical problem, but even though i only have one connection right now, i still think it may be better just to let it keep running as it is (and it should catch up with the network, and start seeing more connections)... this is the first time this has happened to me.

never mine without at least two valid nodes connected to your wallet. you are pretty much guaranteed to fork if you do.


ok. thats a good call... i just figured the ISP would connect me back up to the same nodes... which it probly did... i restarted anyway. im up to 3 connections so doing better already, im sure ill be reconnected to more soon.

NOTE: i notice that my laptop using WIFI only gets 2 connections and my desktop which is wired gets more... this may be my laptop/router/ISP... (i moved the laptop wallet to the desktop and saw the connections jump. and i started a new laptop wallet and still only get 2... so other factors can affect your connection count.
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September 05, 2018, 10:28:12 PM
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September 06, 2018, 12:47:47 PM
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September 10, 2018, 02:55:37 AM
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I only heard the name may also know this project is being developed in the country? A good project for the development of business tourism as well as for businesses. Wish for development projects around the world, not just on the territorial scope of a country.
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