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Author Topic: [ANN] Blacknet BLN | Staking | Token Platform in Development  (Read 2505292 times)
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March 29, 2014, 03:34:01 PM
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Excellent article, great timing. Thanks.
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March 29, 2014, 03:35:20 PM
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Done!  Cool
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March 29, 2014, 03:37:35 PM
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it will be interesting to see where the price ends up today.  So far the buy volume is killing the sell on cryptsy, though their is someone trying to veil it by putting up tons of sells at .05 bc per sell

If your not actively using the technology behind your crypto investment,

IT IS A SCAM!!!!
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March 29, 2014, 04:13:47 PM
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it will be interesting to see where the price ends up today.  So far the buy volume is killing the sell on cryptsy, though their is someone trying to veil it by putting up tons of sells at .05 bc per sell

It's had a pretty minimal effect on the price so far. Maybe Cryptsy is being abandoned by the masses?
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March 29, 2014, 04:14:37 PM
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I dont get why so many people are selling their coins ;p its just dumb to sell them this cheap haha
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March 29, 2014, 04:16:27 PM
Last edit: April 09, 2014, 08:49:49 AM by Jamestty
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just got a payout for 24 hours, and I dont know what all the whining is about.
seems like you get about 80 bc/mh/day so .0048 BTC.
thats a good average to if you count that you dont have to do anything, if I try using other coins and had to switch it on mintpal, I wouldnt be able to pay for the time it took to be researching and switching coin
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March 29, 2014, 04:17:54 PM
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the market at Cryptsy is pretty quiet
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March 29, 2014, 04:22:15 PM
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Congrats on getting on Cryptsy!


Feeling generous?
BC: B79VR1s7ubEbL4dyJHMFoEjajTSNTxdtvC
Thank you for sending anything
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March 29, 2014, 04:23:19 PM
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I sold at 7100. Bought more @ 6800. Transferred my BC to my wallet. Im DONE 4 today.
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March 29, 2014, 04:23:27 PM
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Cryptsy is dying, it is telling when they rush to add a new P&D coin of the day but sit on their hands on Blackcoin for 2 weeks.
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March 29, 2014, 04:26:20 PM
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I sold at 7100. Bought more @ 6800. Transferred my BC to my wallet. Im DONE 4 today.

same here Smiley
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March 29, 2014, 04:42:14 PM
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Dogecoin has a nice paper / brain / bulk wallet site here  http://dogeaddress.com/

I bet someone here decent at development could get one going for Blackcoin too using this  https://github.com/litecoin-project/liteaddress.org

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New sites and services to support BC would help add value, especially though support for those trying to support / buy / use this coin is crucial.

IMHO


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also there's already something like that for BC. it's a few pages back so you just search for it Tongue i think i saw it last week.  you can create your own paper wallet, etc.


I think we should put it on the first page http://paperwallet.ga/BlackCoin/

So just to confirm this is 100% safe to use? I want to be sure before moving coins.

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March 29, 2014, 04:51:38 PM
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im gonna hold until we plateau around the same market cap as nextcoin

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March 29, 2014, 05:08:17 PM
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why can't the wallet have an option to only be unlocked for staking but not allow for any transactions to be SENT? then ppl could leave their wallets unlocked to stake without worry of being stolen.
Good point we will try ask rar4 for that feature.Something like transaction password block

That is already in there. I have mine unlocked and can't send transactions without entering my pass.

Check again people. I just did, and not for the first time. No password is required to send from an unlocked wallet. And yes, I'm using the latest release (windows client). I brought this up weeks ago in a cautionary post, before Soepkip had his coins swiped, and then subsequently. For the future health of the coin and anyone owning it, let's tie up this loose end.

Just to follow up with a couple more details and confirmations on this.

1. If you unlock the 'new' way, via the <settings> dropdown, you're wallet is up for grabs. No password is needed to send out your coins.
2. If you unlock it old-school, via console, you will unlock for staking. It is a 'mintonly' command, fortunately. Tahnk god someone was thinking.
3. If you do #2, then initiate a send but cancel out before entering password, your wallet 'lock' symbol will close, but your staking light remains 'green' and mouse-hover will indicate you are staking.
4. If you do #1, then go back to the console and enter the command 'walletlock', same result as #3. (as someone else rightly pointed out).
5. Only remaining question is, for #3 and #4, is the wallet in fact still staking as indicated? I am waiting to find out. So far apparently not. But we shall see.

Conclusion: if you just do #1 and walk away for the day, you might have a very nasty surprise waiting for you when you get home. Even if no one has physical access to your computer, it can occur through a variety of exploits that someone gains remote access to your system. Then, my friend, you are most certainly fucked. Finally, if you don't already, consider using a password mgr. Among other things it will allow you to enter your long-and-random-as-fuck password without entering keystrokes. And be sure to keep a backup of your password database!

Visit NightBark Music, home of the BlackCoin Music Video! https://www.youtube.com/user/nightbarkmusic
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March 29, 2014, 05:09:48 PM
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why can't the wallet have an option to only be unlocked for staking but not allow for any transactions to be SENT? then ppl could leave their wallets unlocked to stake without worry of being stolen.
Good point we will try ask rar4 for that feature.Something like transaction password block

That is already in there. I have mine unlocked and can't send transactions without entering my pass.

Check again people. I just did, and not for the first time. No password is required to send from an unlocked wallet. And yes, I'm using the latest release (windows client). I brought this up weeks ago in a cautionary post, before Soepkip had his coins swiped, and then subsequently. For the future health of the coin and anyone owning it, let's tie up this loose end.

Just to follow up with a couple more details and confirmations on this.

1. If you unlock the 'new' way, via the <settings> dropdown, your wallet is up for grabs. No password is needed to send out your coins.
2. If you unlock it old-school, via console, you will unlock for staking. It is a 'mintonly' command, fortunately. Tahnk god someone was thinking.
3. If you do #2, then initiate a send but cancel out before entering password, your wallet 'lock' symbol will close, but your staking light remains 'green' and mouse-hover will indicate you are staking.
4. If you do #1, then go back to the console and enter the command 'walletlock', same result as #3. (as someone else rightly pointed out).
5. Only remaining question is, for #3 and #4, is the wallet in fact still staking as indicated? I am waiting to find out. So far apparently not. But we shall see.

Conclusion: if you just do #1 and walk away for the day, you might have a very nasty surprise waiting for you when you get home. Even if no one has physical access to your computer, it can occur through a variety of exploits that someone gains remote access to your system. Then, my friend, you are most certainly fucked. Finally, if you don't already, consider using a password mgr. Among other things it will allow you to enter your long-and-random-as-fuck password without entering keystrokes. And be sure to keep a backup of your password database!

Visit NightBark Music, home of the BlackCoin Music Video! https://www.youtube.com/user/nightbarkmusic
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March 29, 2014, 05:26:56 PM
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Cryptsy has a large percentage of the market for some coins. Give it time for them to take on with Blackcoin.
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March 29, 2014, 05:30:11 PM
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why can't the wallet have an option to only be unlocked for staking but not allow for any transactions to be SENT? then ppl could leave their wallets unlocked to stake without worry of being stolen.
Good point we will try ask rar4 for that feature.Something like transaction password block

That is already in there. I have mine unlocked and can't send transactions without entering my pass.

Check again people. I just did, and not for the first time. No password is required to send from an unlocked wallet. And yes, I'm using the latest release (windows client). I brought this up weeks ago in a cautionary post, before Soepkip had his coins swiped, and then subsequently. For the future health of the coin and anyone owning it, let's tie up this loose end.

Just to follow up with a couple more details and confirmations on this.

1. If you unlock the 'new' way, via the <settings> dropdown, you're wallet is up for grabs. No password is needed to send out your coins.
2. If you unlock it old-school, via console, you will unlock for staking. It is a 'mintonly' command, fortunately. Tahnk god someone was thinking.
3. If you do #2, then initiate a send but cancel out before entering password, your wallet 'lock' symbol will close, but your staking light remains 'green' and mouse-hover will indicate you are staking.
4. If you do #1, then go back to the console and enter the command 'walletlock', same result as #3. (as someone else rightly pointed out).
5. Only remaining question is, for #3 and #4, is the wallet in fact still staking as indicated? I am waiting to find out. So far apparently not. But we shall see.

Conclusion: if you just do #1 and walk away for the day, you might have a very nasty surprise waiting for you when you get home. Even if no one has physical access to your computer, it can occur through a variety of exploits that someone gains remote access to your system. Then, my friend, you are most certainly fucked. Finally, if you don't already, consider using a password mgr. Among other things it will allow you to enter your long-and-random-as-fuck password without entering keystrokes. And be sure to keep a backup of your password database!

if You do no 2...the stacking works...just received few fractions of coins
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March 29, 2014, 05:36:23 PM
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Hey guys I've uploaded my first live DJ mix to soundcloud inspired by the blackcoin community.
 If I get some decent feedback I'll have a crack at some more.

Have a listen. I hope for a future where use cryptos to support artists! Keep in mind it is live so it's not the tightest mix in the world.
Donation address is in description.

https://soundcloud.com/pantella-2/land-your-own-moon

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March 29, 2014, 05:47:08 PM
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why can't the wallet have an option to only be unlocked for staking but not allow for any transactions to be SENT? then ppl could leave their wallets unlocked to stake without worry of being stolen.
Good point we will try ask rar4 for that feature.Something like transaction password block

That is already in there. I have mine unlocked and can't send transactions without entering my pass.

Check again people. I just did, and not for the first time. No password is required to send from an unlocked wallet. And yes, I'm using the latest release (windows client). I brought this up weeks ago in a cautionary post, before Soepkip had his coins swiped, and then subsequently. For the future health of the coin and anyone owning it, let's tie up this loose end.

Just to follow up with a couple more details and confirmations on this.

1. If you unlock the 'new' way, via the <settings> dropdown, you're wallet is up for grabs. No password is needed to send out your coins.
2. If you unlock it old-school, via console, you will unlock for staking. It is a 'mintonly' command, fortunately. Thank god someone was thinking.
3. If you do #2, then initiate a send but cancel out before entering password, your wallet 'lock' symbol will close, but your staking light remains 'green' and mouse-hover will indicate you are staking.
4. If you do #1, then go back to the console and enter the command 'walletlock', same result as #3. (as someone else rightly pointed out).
5. Only remaining question is, for #3 and #4, is the wallet in fact still staking as indicated? I am waiting to find out. So far apparently not. But we shall see.

Conclusion: if you just do #1 and walk away for the day, you might have a very nasty surprise waiting for you when you get home. Even if no one has physical access to your computer, it can occur through a variety of exploits that someone gains remote access to your system. Then, my friend, you are most certainly fucked. Finally, if you don't already, consider using a password mgr. Among other things it will allow you to enter your long-and-random-as-fuck password without entering keystrokes. And be sure to keep a backup of your password database!

if You do no 2...the stacking works...just received few fractions of coins

Well yes, it's supposed to work that way and does. You will also be staking by doing #1. The open question was more about #3 and #4. So far it looks like client is misreporting, and in fact at that point you are locked and not staking, in spite of the green light. Not a major issue. Security is. Looks like you're ok with #2. No doubt future releases will add features and heightened security.
Be sure when you unlock in console to immediately delete history.
**footnote for experts: there is always a possibility that, in spite of deleting console history your password is retained somewhere in memory and retrievable by someone clever enough to get in. It's beyond my skills to verify that, but would be glad to hear a report from someone capable of analyzing the matter in detail.

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March 29, 2014, 05:51:04 PM
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why can't the wallet have an option to only be unlocked for staking but not allow for any transactions to be SENT? then ppl could leave their wallets unlocked to stake without worry of being stolen.
Good point we will try ask rar4 for that feature.Something like transaction password block

That is already in there. I have mine unlocked and can't send transactions without entering my pass.

Check again people. I just did, and not for the first time. No password is required to send from an unlocked wallet. And yes, I'm using the latest release (windows client). I brought this up weeks ago in a cautionary post, before Soepkip had his coins swiped, and then subsequently. For the future health of the coin and anyone owning it, let's tie up this loose end.

Just to follow up with a couple more details and confirmations on this.

1. If you unlock the 'new' way, via the <settings> dropdown, you're wallet is up for grabs. No password is needed to send out your coins.
2. If you unlock it old-school, via console, you will unlock for staking. It is a 'mintonly' command, fortunately. Tahnk god someone was thinking.
3. If you do #2, then initiate a send but cancel out before entering password, your wallet 'lock' symbol will close, but your staking light remains 'green' and mouse-hover will indicate you are staking.
4. If you do #1, then go back to the console and enter the command 'walletlock', same result as #3. (as someone else rightly pointed out).
5. Only remaining question is, for #3 and #4, is the wallet in fact still staking as indicated? I am waiting to find out. So far apparently not. But we shall see.

Conclusion: if you just do #1 and walk away for the day, you might have a very nasty surprise waiting for you when you get home. Even if no one has physical access to your computer, it can occur through a variety of exploits that someone gains remote access to your system. Then, my friend, you are most certainly fucked. Finally, if you don't already, consider using a password mgr. Among other things it will allow you to enter your long-and-random-as-fuck password without entering keystrokes. And be sure to keep a backup of your password database!
Thanks a lot! I wasn't aware of #4 option, I try it, will report if it still stake.
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