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January 28, 2019, 01:45:00 AM
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I have a problem. A power failure caused my node to shutdown. If I start it up again it prints this on the screen

I failed to find one of the right cookies. Found 0
Segmentation fault (core dumped)


Also, grin --help does not help that much. What should I do?
Do a reinstall with your seed words that you definitely backed up, right.
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January 28, 2019, 02:32:22 AM
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A reinstall? Do you mean to delete everything in the ~./grin folder? I reckon deleting only the chain_data folder would be enough. However, there has to be another practical way without deleting anything.

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January 28, 2019, 02:37:57 AM
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A reinstall? Do you mean to delete everything in the ~./grin folder? I reckon deleting only the chain_data folder would be enough. However, there has to be another practical way without deleting anything.

Believe you need to delete your chain data and resync.  Don't remember the exact structure of the node folders, and too lazy to log into my remote node atm...
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January 28, 2019, 02:39:17 AM
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I'm also on Grinmint, what's the general consensus? Good pool or not? What are most others using?

Seems fine for me as far as pool hash aligning w/ miner hash.  Minus a 2-3% reject/stale rate, which seems high, but apparently is caused by their increased min diff.
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January 28, 2019, 03:07:49 AM
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A reinstall? Do you mean to delete everything in the ~./grin folder? I reckon deleting only the chain_data folder would be enough. However, there has to be another practical way without deleting anything.

Believe you need to delete your chain data and resync.  Don't remember the exact structure of the node folders, and too lazy to log into my remote node atm...
With it being such a new coin it shouldn't take too long and Mimble Wimble doesn't track as much right? So it should be a quick enough process, this is the messier part of first releases and being a frontier user.
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January 28, 2019, 05:22:30 AM
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A reinstall? Do you mean to delete everything in the ~./grin folder? I reckon deleting only the chain_data folder would be enough. However, there has to be another practical way without deleting anything.

Believe you need to delete your chain data and resync.  Don't remember the exact structure of the node folders, and too lazy to log into my remote node atm...
With it being such a new coin it shouldn't take too long and Mimble Wimble doesn't track as much right? So it should be a quick enough process, this is the messier part of first releases and being a frontier user.

Just took a couple minutes to fully sync for me a few days ago.  I believe they've already trimmed first 5K blocks now too.
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January 28, 2019, 06:20:15 AM
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This pool does not pay. Coins disappear from the balance and do not come to the exchange !!!

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January 28, 2019, 06:43:04 AM
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Code:
____ Wallet Summary Info - Account 'default' as of height 17983 ____

 Total                            | 5.162961920
 Awaiting Confirmation (< 10)     | 0.000000000
 Locked by previous transaction   | 0.000000000
 -------------------------------- | -------------
 Currently Spendable              | 5.162961920

f2pool fucking finally paid out. Glad to get off that shitty ride.

Off to solo mine this stuff for a week.
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January 28, 2019, 06:48:00 AM
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ATTENTION !!! POOL https://grinmint.com DOES NOT PAY A COIN. NO PAYMENTS ABOUT. TO MAIL DO NOT SEND TIXD ..COINS MISSING FROM POOL WITHOUT CONFIRMATION
 BE CAREFUL, DO NOT MINE THERE

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ATTENTION !!! POOL https://grinmint.com DOES NOT PAY A COIN. NO PAYMENTS ABOUT. TO MAIL DO NOT SEND TIXD ..COINS MISSING FROM POOL WITHOUT CONFIRMATION
 BE CAREFUL, DO NOT MINE THERE


Except I've already gotten multiple payments from there...  User error?
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January 28, 2019, 07:18:33 AM
Last edit: January 28, 2019, 07:45:29 AM by magisterr
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Can anyone explaine me what is the technology "Mimblewimble"? As I know Beam coin using the same technology too...This is new private technology? Huh

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January 28, 2019, 07:30:00 AM
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Can anyone explaine me what is the technology "Mimblewimble"? As I know Beam coin using the same technology and they are private coin too.  Huh

https://github.com/mimblewimble/grin/blob/master/doc/intro.md
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Hi All ...

Who is the person responsible for your Grin Pool?

Please contact me directly on Skype or Discord. If anyone knows who they are, or who is responsible for it, please forward this message that I would personally like to chat.

Thanks.

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January 28, 2019, 08:02:56 AM
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what stable AMD RX 4xx & 5xx GPU W10 miner are you using to mine Grin?

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what stable AMD RX 4xx & 5xx GPU W10 miner are you using to mine Grin?

Don't stick to WIN10, be flexible, all you really need is a USB key:
https://github.com/mcarloai/minerbabe-grin-miner

Other than that, GrinPro  (AMD supported) if you must be on windows:
https://grinpro.io

If you had NVDIA, check  option 1. Option 2, Bminer Wink
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January 28, 2019, 08:27:23 AM
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Can anyone explaine me what is the technology "Mimblewimble"? As I know Beam coin using the same technology too...This is new private technology? Huh

I think the article "Mimblewimble explained like you’re 12" helps Smiley
https://medium.com/beam-mw/mimblewimble-explained-like-youre-12-d779a5bb483d
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January 28, 2019, 08:28:42 AM
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what stable AMD RX 4xx & 5xx GPU W10 miner are you using to mine Grin?

Don't stick to WIN10, be flexible, all you really need is a USB key:
https://github.com/mcarloai/minerbabe-grin-miner

Other than that, GrinPro  (AMD supported) if you must be on windows:
https://grinpro.io

If you had NVDIA, check  option 1. Option 2, Bminer Wink

 Shocked Minerbabe dev fee: 3% for Grin  Shocked
will give this "minerbabe-grin-mine" a try, but the fee is very high  Sad
I have only AMD cards, unfortunately...  

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Shocked Minerbabe dev fee: 3% for Grin  Shocked
will give this "minerbabe-grin-mine" a try, but the fee is very high  Sad
I have only AMD cards, unfortunately...  

Yes it's high unfortunately. Totally worth it a week ago mining c31. Keeping a close eye.
Half of the fee goes Minerbabe Dev's, and the other half to Mimblewimble Dev's.



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Can anyone explaine me what is the technology "Mimblewimble"? As I know Beam coin using the same technology too...This is new private technology? Huh

I think the article "Mimblewimble explained like you’re 12" helps Smiley
https://medium.com/beam-mw/mimblewimble-explained-like-youre-12-d779a5bb483d

Thank you. As I see total supply ~1 mln coins right now on CMC. But how many will be max supply?

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