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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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June 26, 2014, 11:06:34 PM
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Please help me, my wallet don't sync...any new nodes?

Try adding this to your emoticoin.conf:

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addnode=162.213.155.6

It should then download all the blocks.
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June 27, 2014, 02:02:14 PM
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This coin is dead.

Try many times but can not mine and can not sync the wallet.

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June 28, 2014, 04:53:32 PM
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i want to mine emo
please send me a node IP

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June 30, 2014, 02:42:58 AM
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Have Faith & use your Emotions (Emoticoin)  Tongue

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June 30, 2014, 05:20:57 AM
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This coin is dead.

Try many times but can not mine and can not sync the wallet.
Wallet is ok and sync is 100%
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/13449734/EmotiCoin.rar

Virut?

https://www.virustotal.com/en/url/3161aace8cccfc8e24d87b862b3080ae81e78f0c6594e89d5ccfb9ba9d328c2d/analysis/1404104475/


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June 30, 2014, 08:58:13 AM
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Сoin wallet of not reaching Exchange Mintpal? Huh

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June 30, 2014, 11:51:04 AM
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Block change not run!!!

Does any one sync the wallet. The wallet fail!

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June 30, 2014, 08:19:00 PM
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I found an IP that new users can connect with: 107.170.61.190

Use as follows:

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./emoticoind -connect=107.170.61.190

Only needed if your wallet does not get any blocks.

Do NOT do this! Nodes that comes with wallet works OK. And the network is now syncing well.

Sorry but no, neither seed node in the source works, last I checked.  To test, you need a blank system that has not been on the network in the past so that other nodes have no record of it.  For example, spawn a droplet on Digital Ocean.

My suggestion was harmless enough as a one time thing because the IP is one of the pools you endorse on your website (emo.miningglobalwarming.com) and I had tested it to work fine.  However -addseed would have been a better choice in retrospect.
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July 01, 2014, 12:16:50 AM
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When you updated the Emoticoin Source/Wallets did you Increment the Build/Revision Number from the Previous version ?

Otherwise things could have gone wongy...

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July 01, 2014, 12:28:51 AM
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Hi, Emoticoin. Your faucet empty. When you fill your balance faucet ?
I'm fauceter Cheesy Cheesy

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July 02, 2014, 11:28:54 AM
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Download new wallet and everything will be OK.

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July 02, 2014, 03:21:37 PM
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No, stop lying. Why dont fix that fucking blockchain first ? I can't mine because of that stuck at such high difficulty, fix that shit first.
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July 03, 2014, 07:09:39 AM
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now my wallet is synchronizing

 v0.8.6.3-g88e2a2e-beta

block : 55489



EMO faucet


We are sorry, internal error (unable connect to rpc).

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July 11, 2014, 12:06:39 PM
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Watch out for the http://dice.emoticoin.org/
I sent my 6500000 coins there more than 12 hours ago and they still arent there. Im guessing it is a scam.

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