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June 20, 2014, 06:11:38 AM
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Is this coin still alive ? Can I solo mine ?
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June 20, 2014, 06:16:20 AM
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What are the rpc port and p2pports ? I'm going to point my rig here. So tell me please.

You can choose your own port in .conf file.

Where's the new fucking wallet ? There's no link for that anywhere on your threaad nor on your website either !
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June 20, 2014, 12:26:05 PM
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Is this coin still alive ? Can I solo mine ?
TBH right now the coin is on life support:

-> The blockchain is stuck (due to high difficulty and no nethash) and probably forked (different block numbers on different pools and block explorer), no one appears to have any real clue right now how to fix this.
-> Kreibich (founder) is asking his programmer to find a solution for the difficulty problem.
-> Once that is here we can attempt to revive this coin together, or burry it once and forever I guess.

Anyone mining should try to pick the "correct" fork of the chain, which I guess is the one from the official mining pool.

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June 20, 2014, 01:11:25 PM
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Where's the new fucking wallet ? There's no link for that anywhere on your threaad nor on your website either !

Latest version is v0.8.6.3-g88e2a2e-beta.  It is a few months old.  It's linked to on the website, here.  If you are a windows user it is the binary download at mega.co.nz.  For Linux, use the github source.
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June 22, 2014, 05:09:46 PM
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is this coin still alive???
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June 22, 2014, 05:12:16 PM
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this coin was a joke, i mined like 60m in one minutes, how can you take it seriously

cap too high block reward even higher
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June 23, 2014, 04:10:56 AM
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this coin was a joke, i mined like 60m in one minutes, how can you take it seriously

cap too high block reward even higher

Not a bad haul for a minute.  What was the difficulty at when you did that?
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June 23, 2014, 08:41:54 AM
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Is this coin still alive ? Can I solo mine ?
TBH right now the coin is on life support:

-> The blockchain is stuck (due to high difficulty and no nethash) and probably forked (different block numbers on different pools and block explorer), no one appears to have any real clue right now how to fix this.
-> Kreibich (founder) is asking his programmer to find a solution for the difficulty problem.
-> Once that is here we can attempt to revive this coin together, or burry it once and forever I guess.

Anyone mining should try to pick the "correct" fork of the chain, which I guess is the one from the official mining pool.

I tried mining on the pool, I gained shares, but I never received a fucking payment. Nothing happens. Pool is fucked up too. There is no correct fucking chain, this is fucking frustrated, I'm getting 8 fucking connections and I can't even fucking mine.
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June 23, 2014, 08:43:44 AM
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Where's the new fucking wallet ? There's no link for that anywhere on your threaad nor on your website either !

Latest version is v0.8.6.3-g88e2a2e-beta.  It is a few months old.  It's linked to on the website, here.  If you are a windows user it is the binary download at mega.co.nz.  For Linux, use the github source.

That aint the latest. I'm talking about the one Kreibich or whatever the fuck is the name of the founder posted in big fucking bold red letters. The new one he is bragging about in his past replies. He never linked the new one and kept blabbering about it.
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June 23, 2014, 08:44:51 AM
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this coin was a joke, i mined like 60m in one minutes, how can you take it seriously

cap too high block reward even higher

How are you able to mine when the fucking blockchain itself is stuck ?
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June 23, 2014, 08:50:38 AM
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this coin was a joke, i mined like 60m in one minutes, how can you take it seriously

cap too high block reward even higher

Not a bad haul for a minute.  What was the difficulty at when you did that?

was at launch, the diff was very low
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June 23, 2014, 11:43:26 AM
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That was a problem with basically every Litecoin clone. Initial difficulty way too low. Even Litecoin itself was instamined in parts due to this. That alone does not make a bad coin.

But the way the current situation is being handled is not very encuraging. If there is no news within a day or two I think it is safe to say the devs have abandoned this coin, or simply do not know how to fix the situation. Does anybody here have the programming knowledge, or knows a developer that could help resolve this?

EMO will never be a Dogecoin rival, but it with so many new coins being Blackcoin/PoS clones it certainly wouldn't hurt to have a few small but healthy Scrypt/PoW coins left to mine. Someone has got to feed those multipools, right? Wink

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June 23, 2014, 02:23:57 PM
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That aint the latest. I'm talking about the one Kreibich or whatever the fuck is the name of the founder posted in big fucking bold red letters. The new one he is bragging about in his past replies. He never linked the new one and kept blabbering about it.

That's the one he is talking about.  There isn't a newer one yet.  There are still a bunch of people who haven't updated to it yet, and that is polluting the blockchain and creating forks.  There are two bad forks that I know of.  One of them is the one reported by blocks.emoticoin.org, which the dev needs to fix.  You can tell because it shows the wrong reward for blocks 50102-50111.  The other one is the one I see in debug.log with 50149 blocks, where all the clients that report it say they are version 0.8.6.1.

The real blockchain is the one with (currently) 50105 blocks.  See here.

I tried mining on the pool, I gained shares, but I never received a fucking payment. Nothing happens. Pool is fucked up too. There is no correct fucking chain, this is fucking frustrated, I'm getting 8 fucking connections and I can't even fucking mine.

Yeah I am in the same boat, thousands of shares but no payment.  I think the reason is because the pool has not solved a block since I started with it.  Blocks are currently being solved 1 every 3 days, since hardly anyone is mining.  The fact that it takes 1440 blocks to adjust is the core problem there.
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June 23, 2014, 08:38:24 PM
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LOL, isn't this kind of símilar to the situation that happened right before the astronomical MOON pump in january? They also had miners abandoning the network due to high difficulty, the network slowed to a crawl and then - BOOM. So any whales watching this space - here is your chance to make crypto hiostory. Wink

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June 23, 2014, 09:09:18 PM
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big wall to buy on Mintpal, 290LTC
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June 24, 2014, 04:41:42 AM
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That aint the latest. I'm talking about the one Kreibich or whatever the fuck is the name of the founder posted in big fucking bold red letters. The new one he is bragging about in his past replies. He never linked the new one and kept blabbering about it.

That's the one he is talking about.  There isn't a newer one yet.  There are still a bunch of people who haven't updated to it yet, and that is polluting the blockchain and creating forks.  There are two bad forks that I know of.  One of them is the one reported by blocks.emoticoin.org, which the dev needs to fix.  You can tell because it shows the wrong reward for blocks 50102-50111.  The other one is the one I see in debug.log with 50149 blocks, where all the clients that report it say they are version 0.8.6.1.

The real blockchain is the one with (currently) 50105 blocks.  See here.

I tried mining on the pool, I gained shares, but I never received a fucking payment. Nothing happens. Pool is fucked up too. There is no correct fucking chain, this is fucking frustrated, I'm getting 8 fucking connections and I can't even fucking mine.

Yeah I am in the same boat, thousands of shares but no payment.  I think the reason is because the pool has not solved a block since I started with it.  Blocks are currently being solved 1 every 3 days, since hardly anyone is mining.  The fact that it takes 1440 blocks to adjust is the core problem there.

Fuck ! I saw many peers in my client that are still on 0.8.6.1 and I'm on 0.8.6.3. So what the fuck do I do now ?
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June 24, 2014, 04:17:16 PM
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Fuck ! I saw many peers in my client that are still on 0.8.6.1 and I'm on 0.8.6.3. So what the fuck do I do now ?

getinfo will tell you how many blocks there are.  There should be 50105 50106 now.  If that is the number you see, you are good.

getpeerinfo tells you what versions the clients are at.  The majority should be 0.8.6.3.  If not, I believe restarting the program gets you different peers.

I think the danger of bad blocks being accepted is only there when most of the clients are 0.8.6.1, which is no longer the case.  However, the programmer could probably have prevented the issue by use of protocol version numbers (70002 -> 70003 in version.h) if I'm understanding the code correctly.  That would have made sure the new peers automatically reject the old peers messages.
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June 26, 2014, 05:52:00 AM
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getinfo will tell you how many blocks there are.  There should be 50105 50106 now.  If that is the number you see, you are good.
getpeerinfo tells you what versions the clients are at.  The majority should be 0.8.6.3.  If not, I believe restarting the program gets you different peers.


I already know that duh ! My question is how do I mine blocks any further ? No, the majority of them are on 0.8.6.1 and that's the issue I'm guessing.

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I think the danger of bad blocks being accepted is only there when most of the clients are 0.8.6.1, which is no longer the case.  However, the programmer could probably have prevented the issue by use of protocol version numbers (70002 -> 70003 in version.h) if I'm understanding the code correctly.  That would have made sure the new peers automatically reject the old peers messages.

No, the majority of them are on 0.8.6.1 and that's the issue I'm guessing. Who is the programmer ? There's no team here and nobody's doing the programming, it's dead. Restarting the client doesn't do a damn thing, I did numerous times. It's fucking stuck, thats all. Fuck this shit, man.
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June 26, 2014, 01:06:35 PM
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getinfo will tell you how many blocks there are.  There should be 50105 50106 now.  If that is the number you see, you are good.
getpeerinfo tells you what versions the clients are at.  The majority should be 0.8.6.3.  If not, I believe restarting the program gets you different peers.


I already know that duh ! My question is how do I mine blocks any further ? No, the majority of them are on 0.8.6.1 and that's the issue I'm guessing.

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I think the danger of bad blocks being accepted is only there when most of the clients are 0.8.6.1, which is no longer the case.  However, the programmer could probably have prevented the issue by use of protocol version numbers (70002 -> 70003 in version.h) if I'm understanding the code correctly.  That would have made sure the new peers automatically reject the old peers messages.

No, the majority of them are on 0.8.6.1 and that's the issue I'm guessing. Who is the programmer ? There's no team here and nobody's doing the programming, it's dead. Restarting the client doesn't do a damn thing, I did numerous times. It's fucking stuck, thats all. Fuck this shit, man.

This coin is dead but there is a meaningless increase in the price... Someone is preparing to dump huge amount of his coins, I think.
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June 26, 2014, 09:06:09 PM
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Please help me, my wallet don't sync...any new nodes?
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