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July 16, 2018, 10:01:01 AM
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I'm developinng pivx cloning.

block started 0~ 200 pow /
 201 ~  pos


It was cleared until 200 block generated, but after 201 there is no block gen and just stopped(pow --> pos)

I setuped
 3 vps server(to addnode)
1 wallet to pos staking

but it doesn't work

thanks for reading and hope to help Smiley

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July 18, 2018, 10:46:35 PM
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I will surely loves to help you but about what you are asking for help is not clear to me, but I can predict that you want help about cryptocurrency trading this market is developing a lot now and they are also their own websites where you can find all the information you want to know about it and speaking to the experience people will also help
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July 22, 2018, 10:10:59 PM
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The best way for amateurs to develop coins is to get assistance from someone or from a team who are already experts in it. Also having high tech equipment will make the work more easy to develop the coins for the developers.
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August 06, 2018, 05:26:03 AM
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Developing coins require a lot of skills at the same time intelligence. For someone new, it will be a difficult task to perform. Doing it alone will lead to errors. The best alternative would be to seek guidance from someone who is actively engaged in this field.
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September 02, 2018, 09:25:02 PM
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Developing coins require a lot of skills at the same time intelligence. For someone new, it will be a difficult task to perform. Doing it alone will lead to errors. The best alternative would be to seek guidance from someone who is actively engaged in this field.


there aren't many willing to help...   most discords for coins say "we don't have the resources to help you, you're on your own" and any developer I have approached has responded with ".5BTC and i'll do it all for you"

I have some decent coding chops, and just a few simple questions - mostly along the lines of " in BTC's core, I would change line XXX to change MAX_MONEY, what is it called or where is it in the PIVX core".   It's more typing to say " we don't have the resources" than typing "main.cpp line 455", which leads me to believe that most of the folks staffing coin's discords don't have a clue.

in my case, I can figure 99% of it, but 3-4 questions remain unanswered, and I don't have a problem paying someone to assist, but i want my hands in the game, not just write a check and get a fully functional thing that I know little about...  building something is the best way to learn about something.


and they call themselves "communities".
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