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Author Topic: [ANN]Faircoin - MULTIPOOL PAYS --- 20%--- BONUS! for the next week!!  (Read 340486 times)
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March 18, 2014, 03:10:19 PM
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What are the commands to unlock your wallet for POS and also to set it to mine?

Cheers.

Unlock:
walletpassphrase YOURPASSWORD 9999999* true
*Unlocked Periode of Time

Mining:
setgenerate true -1

One more question: how long does the wallet have to be unlocked to earn POS?

Cheers.

30 days

30 days is holding peroid. Try to keep it unlocked whole day or 24 hours.


24 hours, 7 days a week with 100% CPU power?

That`s not very atractive, why should people enable mining in their wallet?

Isnt it easier to create some dedicated wallets to support the network?

Maybe I don`t get it, can someone explain it a little?



if noone mines, no blocks move.  i think he suggests opening it for a day to aid in mining for the network.
if you want to reduce cpu power to the wallet while genning, one fast and easy way is to set affinity to say, 1 cpu.(rclick process in task manager)

easier to create dedicated wallets to support network? with dedicated computers? or? those wallets would still need cpu/gpu hashing to them....
or did you mean someone else create wallets and mine to them to support the network? that does sound easier.



The blockchain part I get......

But  I meant that the responsibility for maintaining the network should be aranged by the DEVs.

When you want people to give computer power to the network shouldn`t there be some reward?

This coin still claims on the OP that they are a Scrypt PoW/PoS hybrid coin. But reading this thread it looks like it`s now only POS so what is the incentive to give computer power to this network?
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March 18, 2014, 03:23:00 PM
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the coin is techincally a pos/pow hybrid
it is intended to function as a pos coin
it's right there on the main page of the website

there is no pure pos coin on the bitcoin source that i am aware of
nxt is the only pure pos coin, and it's a completely different project and written in java
and there are probably very good reasons not to fork NXT...
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March 18, 2014, 04:09:33 PM
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just go to console and type: setgenerate true 1

so u only mine with 1 core
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March 18, 2014, 04:12:06 PM
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I'm impressed with faircoin. Devs got everything back on track , happy to see the coins finally appear in my wallet. This really is a fair coin.  Everyone knew the rules up front and it was distributed just like they said.   What does the community need now other than being listed on exchanges?  New exchange is great but we need a reason for people to want to swap out there [insertshittyaltcoin] for a real coin (FAIRCOIN).
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March 18, 2014, 04:23:18 PM
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Hi guys,
We need your votes


POLONIEX (only 19 votes):
http://poloniex.freshdesk.com/support/discussions/topics/1000017039

MINTPAL(4442 votes):
https://www.mintpal.com/voting
BTC ADDRESS FOR VOTES:
16YuGZ2v4HJhjUaGG8vXMcWgaJrhu8i2mL

CRYPTSY(292 votes):
https://www.cryptsy.com/coinvotes
BTC ADDRESS FOR VOTES:
12b7kf6Si7QVSitajrXxA31RpERcBEjmZh

ICURREX (only 34 votes):
https://www.icurrex.com/coin_poll
BTC ADDRESS FOR VOTES:
17QhAPeMx1qrPMC8eZeHBjCncCY6PzgdA4


Faircoin Team

+1
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March 18, 2014, 04:25:57 PM
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I think now we must choose one of big exchanges and pay btc to be listed.
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March 18, 2014, 04:36:54 PM
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Hi Guys,

We are pleased to announce the distribution of Faircoin is over.
45 addresses were invalid, so if someone didn't get his coins, Send us your token and a new address and we'll check it.

In the meantime you can contact exchanges (even in China, we don't speak Chinese), and of course vote:

POLONIEX:
http://poloniex.freshdesk.com/support/discussions/topics/1000017039

MINTPAL:
https://www.mintpal.com/voting
BTC ADDRESS:
16YuGZ2v4HJhjUaGG8vXMcWgaJrhu8i2mL

CRYPTSY:
https://www.cryptsy.com/coinvotes
BTC ADDRESS:
12b7kf6Si7QVSitajrXxA31RpERcBEjmZh


Faircoin Team



Hi, I created this blockchain since day one, can you please donate if you can
also I got tokens 3666741,84776 that never got rewarded, you can send coins to fcrru9ynxCs4Fph4uZBiNa5rezurbMamG1 or
fbgKWFQ6ZgjpZMpX4Ugrs22jAdUCzpgw1i, which is the donation address for
http://faircoin.coinexplorers.com/chain/FairCoin
also please update the frontpage of announcements
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March 18, 2014, 04:43:05 PM
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Nobody?

Don't work, using this nodes:

addnode=54.84.156.138
addnode=109.87.249.86
addnode=223.78.212.148
addnode=89.166.1.11
addnode=80.112.144.84:7711
addnode=82.139.127.205:7711
addnode=24.178.30.102:7711
addnode=98.214.5.223:7711
addnode=95.85.50.188:7711
addnode=94.212.24.127:7711
addnode=88.127.170.75:7711

My wallet not sync, help please Wink

try delete/rename your config file.

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March 18, 2014, 04:54:14 PM
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I think now we must choose one of big exchanges and pay btc to be listed.

+1
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March 18, 2014, 05:16:44 PM
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Hi guys,
We need your votes


POLONIEX (only 19 votes):
http://poloniex.freshdesk.com/support/discussions/topics/1000017039

MINTPAL(4442 votes):
https://www.mintpal.com/voting
BTC ADDRESS FOR VOTES:
16YuGZ2v4HJhjUaGG8vXMcWgaJrhu8i2mL

CRYPTSY(292 votes):
https://www.cryptsy.com/coinvotes
BTC ADDRESS FOR VOTES:
12b7kf6Si7QVSitajrXxA31RpERcBEjmZh

ICURREX (only 34 votes):
https://www.icurrex.com/coin_poll
BTC ADDRESS FOR VOTES:
17QhAPeMx1qrPMC8eZeHBjCncCY6PzgdA4


Faircoin Team


Don't vote at Cryptsy. We would need 5 BTC to win. I could pay 1 BTC, but we would still need 4 more BTC
Mintpal is full of bot voters, so also impossible to win..
Icurrex is not released yet.

Keep voting at Poloniex, but I would pressure small exchanges to accept us:

https://agx.io
https://www.coinmarket.io
https://swisscex.com
https://allcoin.com
https://www.cryptoaltex.com
https://www.lazycoins.com
https://coinedup.com

This will be way easier than paying massive amounts of BTC. Let's choose one of the above and it'll be easier in the future to get more votes once FAC gets more recognition
I'll  email those exchanges tonight, yesterday i didnt have much time, tonight i will
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March 18, 2014, 05:51:13 PM
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cryptsy is a joke.  you pay to get in. even if your coin has no value. look at rainbowgoldcoin.


dont pay to get into exchanges. if you cannot do it on the coin's merit just pass.


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March 18, 2014, 06:09:39 PM
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contacted allcoin and coinedup
hope they respond soon and agree
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March 18, 2014, 06:18:30 PM
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Hi guys,
We need your votes


POLONIEX (only 19 votes):
http://poloniex.freshdesk.com/support/discussions/topics/1000017039

MINTPAL(4442 votes):
https://www.mintpal.com/voting
BTC ADDRESS FOR VOTES:
16YuGZ2v4HJhjUaGG8vXMcWgaJrhu8i2mL

CRYPTSY(292 votes):
https://www.cryptsy.com/coinvotes
BTC ADDRESS FOR VOTES:
12b7kf6Si7QVSitajrXxA31RpERcBEjmZh

ICURREX (only 34 votes):
https://www.icurrex.com/coin_poll
BTC ADDRESS FOR VOTES:
17QhAPeMx1qrPMC8eZeHBjCncCY6PzgdA4


Faircoin Team


Don't vote at Cryptsy. We would need 5 BTC to win. I could pay 1 BTC, but we would still need 4 more BTC
Mintpal is full of bot voters, so also impossible to win..
Icurrex is not released yet.

Keep voting at Poloniex, but I would pressure small exchanges to accept us:

https://agx.io
https://www.coinmarket.io
https://swisscex.com
https://allcoin.com
https://www.cryptoaltex.com
https://www.lazycoins.com
https://coinedup.com

This will be way easier than paying massive amounts of BTC. Let's choose one of the above and it'll be easier in the future to get more votes once FAC gets more recognition
I'll  email those exchanges tonight, yesterday i didnt have much time, tonight i will


I asked CoinPeat exchange to list faircoin

https://www.coinpeat.com/

Anyone else who wants them to list faircoin can ask on the thread below.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=520890.0
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March 18, 2014, 06:38:30 PM
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Hi guys,
We need your votes


POLONIEX (only 19 votes):
http://poloniex.freshdesk.com/support/discussions/topics/1000017039

MINTPAL(4442 votes):
https://www.mintpal.com/voting
BTC ADDRESS FOR VOTES:
16YuGZ2v4HJhjUaGG8vXMcWgaJrhu8i2mL

CRYPTSY(292 votes):
https://www.cryptsy.com/coinvotes
BTC ADDRESS FOR VOTES:
12b7kf6Si7QVSitajrXxA31RpERcBEjmZh

ICURREX (only 34 votes):
https://www.icurrex.com/coin_poll
BTC ADDRESS FOR VOTES:
17QhAPeMx1qrPMC8eZeHBjCncCY6PzgdA4


Faircoin Team


Don't vote at Cryptsy. We would need 5 BTC to win. I could pay 1 BTC, but we would still need 4 more BTC
Mintpal is full of bot voters, so also impossible to win..
Icurrex is not released yet.

Keep voting at Poloniex, but I would pressure small exchanges to accept us:

https://agx.io
https://www.coinmarket.io
https://swisscex.com
https://allcoin.com
https://www.cryptoaltex.com
https://www.lazycoins.com
https://coinedup.com

This will be way easier than paying massive amounts of BTC. Let's choose one of the above and it'll be easier in the future to get more votes once FAC gets more recognition
I'll  email those exchanges tonight, yesterday i didnt have much time, tonight i will


I asked CoinPeat exchange to list faircoin

https://www.coinpeat.com/

Anyone else who wants them to list faircoin can ask on the thread below.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=520890.0

the picture they put is too fishy why don<t take take the picture with a piece of paper which will be wrote their website on it.

I believe they took a random picture and posted it on the site.

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March 18, 2014, 09:07:44 PM
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Never waste your coin on CRYPTSY.

111111111
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March 18, 2014, 10:06:59 PM
Last edit: March 18, 2014, 11:19:34 PM by y3804
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I'll start contacting exchanges. Will update this post

EDIT: Updated list:

Current exchanges:
https://nxt-e.com
https://pmtocoins.com (Withdrawal issues, do not trade there)

Already contacted:
https://www.mintpal.com (Please vote)
https://www.cryptsy.com (Please vote)
https://cryptorush.in (they are willing to accept the coin, but we need to pay BTC. i.e NO FAKE VOTES)
https://bittrex.com
https://c-cex.com
https://poloniex.com (Please vote)
https://agx.io
https://allcoin.com
https://www.cryptoaltex.com
https://coinedup.com
http://coinmarketcap.com

List of exchange to contact:
https://www.coinmarket.io
https://swisscex.com (Need to add feature request here)
https://www.lazycoins.com (?)
https://www.coins-e.com
https://coinex.pw

Chinese markets: (to be done by dev)
http://bter.com
http://www.wabigong.com
https://www.btc-cc.com
http://www.guogao.com
https://www.niubtc.com

Other services:
https://coin-swap.net

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March 18, 2014, 11:21:43 PM
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we should remove coinex.pw for the time beeing. the got hacked and have to sort that out first
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March 18, 2014, 11:39:01 PM
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Please vote for Faircoin on Cryptoaltex!

https://www.cryptoaltex.com/index.php?page=newcoin
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March 19, 2014, 01:04:12 AM
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Hi Guys,
45 addresses were invalid, so if someone didn't get his coins, Send us your token and a new address and we'll check it.

Hey DEV,
If those 45 invalid addresses do not come forward to claim their free coins (or only some of them do), then, after - let's say a week - can you redeem some un-claimed tokens?

Here's mine:
Token: 358089
Address: fVFfQTNWA4SYsXFCmoDU7cwiEKCL6sqdXC

I know of at least one other user on this thread who said he did not redeem his token before the initial first distribution started.

Gracias.
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March 19, 2014, 01:07:04 AM
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Hi Guys,
45 addresses were invalid, so if someone didn't get his coins, Send us your token and a new address and we'll check it.

Keep them for bounty
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