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May 01, 2014, 12:54:51 AM
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On closer inspection it is always exactly 2764 blocks behind the current block but then it just stops.

I've tried it without my wallet.dat but the same thing happens. Weird!

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May 01, 2014, 12:57:28 AM
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Don't know if anyone can help me.

I downloaded the latest wallet and copied my wallet.dat across from the old wallet.

I updated great until it got to block 89979 where it stops and just sits there showing '0 hours behind'

I've tried it several times  including deleting everything except wallet.dat but I get the same result. If I leave it about 3 hours it appears to sync but on close inspection it is still on block 89979, about 300 blocks short.

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backup wallet.dat, delete everything in the applications data folder for dopecoin, restart client and wait for a full sync, repaste backed up wallet.dat into applications data folder.  Beyond that, who knows..
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May 01, 2014, 12:59:35 AM
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whats the lastest on DOPE? kinda been slow here
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May 01, 2014, 01:23:12 AM
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whats the lastest on DOPE? kinda been slow here

It is still very Dope nah everything is on track!

It is here folks. DopeCoinGOLD . The #1 Crypto-Weed Coin.
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May 01, 2014, 05:06:35 AM
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Hey folks, excuse my absence over the last few days, I have been traveling and spending some quality time with the folks.
We are finishing up our design on the ePOS and online wallet platform now and hope to have it finished within the next few days.
Hope everyone is well.
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May 01, 2014, 05:32:27 AM
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Hey folks, excuse my absence over the last few days, I have been traveling and spending some quality time with the folks.
We are finishing up our design on the ePOS and online wallet platform now and hope to have it finished within the next few days.
Hope everyone is well.

From the sounds of it, this seems like it will make it SOOO much easier to adopt on a wider scale. o.o
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May 01, 2014, 05:52:24 AM
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Hey folks, excuse my absence over the last few days, I have been traveling and spending some quality time with the folks.
We are finishing up our design on the ePOS and online wallet platform now and hope to have it finished within the next few days.
Hope everyone is well.

From the sounds of it, this seems like it will make it SOOO much easier to adopt on a wider scale. o.o
Yea, it has become quite a nice system which will take pressure off of the merchants side to make it easier for them to accept dope!

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May 01, 2014, 10:04:18 AM
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Any reason why we're still sticking on to scrypt? It's kinda "expensive". And just scanning other pages, I'm seeing a shit load of support from miners looking for x11 coins. And because its cheaper for the rig owners as well, the rental prices too reflect it. I'm sure once we have miners back in the coin, the buzz will be generated and volume will pick organically when larger exchanges follow suit. A network hash rate of 140 MH is a crying shame for a coin with such an active dev team. There quite a lack of x11 coins and I think we could fill that void if we adopt early. Too many shitcoins on scrypt is drowning this gem.

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May 01, 2014, 10:12:28 AM
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Any reason why we're still sticking on to scrypt? It's kinda "expensive". And just scanning other pages, I'm seeing a shit load of support from miners looking for x11 coins. And because its cheaper for the rig owners as well, the rental prices too reflect it. I'm sure once we have miners back in the coin, the buzz will be generated and volume will pick organically when larger exchanges follow suit. A network hash rate of 140 MH is a crying shame for a coin with such an active dev team. There quite a lack of x11 coins and I think we could fill that void if we adopt early. Too many shitcoins on scrypt is drowning this gem.

Not sure about gem n all.

But ya x11 is the new Script

Scrypt is the new SHA-256

SHA-256 is the new paperweight  Grin Grin

+1 to x11
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May 01, 2014, 10:16:59 AM
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Any reason why we're still sticking on to scrypt? It's kinda "expensive". And just scanning other pages, I'm seeing a shit load of support from miners looking for x11 coins. And because its cheaper for the rig owners as well, the rental prices too reflect it. I'm sure once we have miners back in the coin, the buzz will be generated and volume will pick organically when larger exchanges follow suit. A network hash rate of 140 MH is a crying shame for a coin with such an active dev team. There quite a lack of x11 coins and I think we could fill that void if we adopt early. Too many shitcoins on scrypt is drowning this gem.
Because a good coin doesn't switch to whatever is popular at the moment, just to switch to the next-new thing 2 months later? A good coin has reasons to use it no matter it's algorithm. I don't think you guys understand the dangers of switching algorithms just like that. You scare people away with it because it is inconvenient having to update wallets, wait for services to update, get unwanted and incorrect forks making you work for nothing...
Besides that you don't even know the dangers of the new algorithm. You could've seen a perfect example with KGW, everybody saw it as almost a requirement for a coin to include KGW. And a few weeks later in comes the big bug. You don't know how this new algorithm works and what it's flaws are, all you hear is people creating a shameless hype and following the herd.

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May 01, 2014, 10:21:14 AM
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Any reason why we're still sticking on to scrypt? It's kinda "expensive". And just scanning other pages, I'm seeing a shit load of support from miners looking for x11 coins. And because its cheaper for the rig owners as well, the rental prices too reflect it. I'm sure once we have miners back in the coin, the buzz will be generated and volume will pick organically when larger exchanges follow suit. A network hash rate of 140 MH is a crying shame for a coin with such an active dev team. There quite a lack of x11 coins and I think we could fill that void if we adopt early. Too many shitcoins on scrypt is drowning this gem.

Not sure about gem n all.

But ya x11 is the new Script

Scrypt is the new SHA-256

SHA-256 is the new paperweight  Grin Grin

+1 to x11

LOL yes x11. I will rape it with my R9 270  Cheesy
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May 01, 2014, 10:57:59 AM
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Any reason why we're still sticking on to scrypt? It's kinda "expensive". And just scanning other pages, I'm seeing a shit load of support from miners looking for x11 coins. And because its cheaper for the rig owners as well, the rental prices too reflect it. I'm sure once we have miners back in the coin, the buzz will be generated and volume will pick organically when larger exchanges follow suit. A network hash rate of 140 MH is a crying shame for a coin with such an active dev team. There quite a lack of x11 coins and I think we could fill that void if we adopt early. Too many shitcoins on scrypt is drowning this gem.
Because a good coin doesn't switch to whatever is popular at the moment, just to switch to the next-new thing 2 months later? A good coin has reasons to use it no matter it's algorithm. I don't think you guys understand the dangers of switching algorithms just like that. You scare people away with it because it is inconvenient having to update wallets, wait for services to update, get unwanted and incorrect forks making you work for nothing...
Besides that you don't even know the dangers of the new algorithm. You could've seen a perfect example with KGW, everybody saw it as almost a requirement for a coin to include KGW. And a few weeks later in comes the big bug. You don't know how this new algorithm works and what it's flaws are, all you hear is people creating a shameless hype and following the herd.

Yes you probably will lose all the scrypt miners. But to compensate for that, a torrent of x11 miners will take their place. Wallet updates, pool updates are all a hastle I know, but in the larger picture, it is but a blip. I understand very clearly what it looks like, and its not about following the herd. When you have come to a a situation where CPR is required, you don't ask where that mouth's been to. I have been with dopecoin from the start and I know the value of an active dev and team for a coin.

But we need to be honest. This coin needs a defib back to the real world and fast. These are the facts.... 2 months after launch, we are at a net hash rate of 140 MH and a market cap of 75 BTC and a 24h average of less than 2BTC. To put that into perspective, its lesser than PandaCoin, MurrayCoin, EarthCoin, FlappyCoin, or even Catcoin. That's how "bad" we are. Holding on the moral high ground of "sticking to our guns" is what those guys from 300 said before they all died!

If the machine is getting slow and a lag for every click is beginning to crop up, you wait till it reaches a tipping point after which you decide a reboot is necessary. I agree the downtime is inconvenient, but you close everything and save whatever is necessary, and go ahead and do it when its necessary... you do that because you are thinking ahead and know that once its rebooted, you will be able to get back on track.

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May 01, 2014, 11:14:18 AM
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Any reason why we're still sticking on to scrypt? It's kinda "expensive". And just scanning other pages, I'm seeing a shit load of support from miners looking for x11 coins. And because its cheaper for the rig owners as well, the rental prices too reflect it. I'm sure once we have miners back in the coin, the buzz will be generated and volume will pick organically when larger exchanges follow suit. A network hash rate of 140 MH is a crying shame for a coin with such an active dev team. There quite a lack of x11 coins and I think we could fill that void if we adopt early. Too many shitcoins on scrypt is drowning this gem.
Because a good coin doesn't switch to whatever is popular at the moment, just to switch to the next-new thing 2 months later? A good coin has reasons to use it no matter it's algorithm. I don't think you guys understand the dangers of switching algorithms just like that. You scare people away with it because it is inconvenient having to update wallets, wait for services to update, get unwanted and incorrect forks making you work for nothing...
Besides that you don't even know the dangers of the new algorithm. You could've seen a perfect example with KGW, everybody saw it as almost a requirement for a coin to include KGW. And a few weeks later in comes the big bug. You don't know how this new algorithm works and what it's flaws are, all you hear is people creating a shameless hype and following the herd.

Yes you probably will lose all the scrypt miners. But to compensate for that, a torrent of x11 miners will take their place. Wallet updates, pool updates are all a hastle I know, but in the larger picture, it is but a blip. I understand very clearly what it looks like, and its not about following the herd. When you have come to a a situation where CPR is required, you don't ask where that mouth's been to. I have been with dopecoin from the start and I know the value of an active dev and team for a coin.

But we need to be honest. This coin needs a defib back to the real world and fast. These are the facts.... 2 months after launch, we are at a net hash rate of 140 MH and a market cap of 75 BTC and a 24h average of less than 2BTC. To put that into perspective, its lesser than PandaCoin, MurrayCoin, EarthCoin, FlappyCoin, or even Catcoin. That's how "bad" we are. Holding on the moral high ground of "sticking to our guns" is what those guys from 300 said before they all died!

If the machine is getting slow and a lag for every click is beginning to crop up, you wait till it reaches a tipping point after which you decide a reboot is necessary. I agree the downtime is inconvenient, but you close everything and save whatever is necessary, and go ahead and do it when its necessary... you do that because you are thinking ahead and know that once its rebooted, you will be able to get back on track.



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You scare people away with it because it is inconvenient having to update wallets, wait for services to update, get unwanted and incorrect forks making you work for nothing...

He has a point there. I'm pretty sure that the 100 or so miners we have and the 3-4 active pools will not mind the inconvenience. Do a ninja relaunch if forking is the worry here. I still can't believe people are more interested in Flappy 'fucking' coin than this one!!
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May 01, 2014, 11:16:57 AM
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Pre-mined Scrypt clone with a gimmick attached.. wow creative, never seen that done before  Roll Eyes

looking forward to Scrypt Asics coming boys ?

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May 01, 2014, 11:34:49 AM
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Pre-mined Scrypt clone with a gimmick attached.. wow creative, never seen that done before  Roll Eyes

looking forward to Scrypt Asics coming boys ?

Like... yeah... whatever  Roll Eyes

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Pre-mined Scrypt clone with a gimmick attached.. wow creative, never seen that done before  Roll Eyes

looking forward to Scrypt Asics coming boys ?

Like... yeah... whatever  Roll Eyes

Im looking forward to Spotty's war stories about his battles with Cryptsy and how he lost his arm and a left toe in another battle with a shitcoin dev, etc It should be coming any second now… coz we're all very interested in that shit ya know  Roll Eyes
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May 01, 2014, 12:40:47 PM
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Almost 400,000 DOPEs, looking forward to use those in the Poker Tournament, and increase my stake with 60% Cheesy
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May 01, 2014, 02:46:28 PM
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To change to the new algo of the week whenever something is released is just silly in my opinion.
The market is flooded with flavor of the week coins, ipo scams, new unproven technologies (look how well KGW worked out for us). To flip flop back and forth is an amateur tactic and a mistake in my opinion.

Within a couple of months certain individuals will be saying "let's switch to the new z12 algo"

This coin's success is not generated by the mining community nearly as much as it is by the userbase, and that is where our attention is being focused.
As soon as we finish off our ePOS design (which will look at lot like Paypal is some respects) We will be moving onto the coin mixing technology.
Once the infrastructure is in place we are in a great position to solicit our intended marketplaces and provide them with a better and faster solution.



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May 01, 2014, 02:54:36 PM
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To change to the new algo of the week whenever something is released is just silly in my opinion.
The market is flooded with flavor of the week coins, ipo scams, new unproven technologies (look how well KGW worked out for us). To flip flop back and forth is an amateur tactic and a mistake in my opinion.

This coin's success is not generated by the mining community nearly as much as it is by the userbase, and that is where our attention is being focused.
As soon as we finish off our ePOS design (which will look at lot like Paypal is some respects) We will be moving onto the coin mixing technology.
Once the infrastructure is in place we are in a great position to solicit our intended marketplaces and provide them with a better and faster solution.





You have a good point, but as a investor you also know that the world is changing and the changes is all about the world. Not saying that we need to jump from one fork to another fork. I'm really in for the poker game, i believe we it is being promoted correctly that we will have a lot of new miners.
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May 01, 2014, 03:26:05 PM
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Just bought more Dopecoin!~ Gonna set aside a Dopecoin budget every month so I can keep getting more and more(I can't mine worth a shit with what I've got). Ahhh, time to crack open some coding tutorials soon, and get to work on some of my own developments!~ <3 Either way, I'm in this one for the long haul!~ Everyone on other coins is always talking about going to the moon! I say why stop there, we've already been there, that's just a refuel station at this point! I hate when people say things like "the sky is the limit", no it's fucking not! There are 100-200 billion galaxies, and that's just in the observable parts of THIS universe! DOPE COIN TO EVERY CONCEIVABLE LOCATION IN THE MULTIVERSE!~ :O How's that for getting high!~ Tongue May the Dope be with you!~ :O
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