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March 31, 2014, 03:32:36 PM
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For those of you still having wallet sync issues, I was able to resolve (I think) with the following steps.  My transaction containing purchased coins from CryptoAltEx has confirmed as well, so my previously "lost" coins are back in my balance.

1.  Make a copy of your wallet.dat file in %appdata%\SHAcoin  --> Important!  Remember where the copy is!
2.  Delete *ALL* contents of %appdata%\SHAcoin except for SHAcoin.conf
4.  Make sure your SHAcoin.conf contains these three nodes only:
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addnode=142.54.179.178
addnode=23.88.228.99
addnode=198.98.120.30
5.  Start shacoin-qt and wait for it to sync.  Your balance will show zero coins, but don't freak out - you made a copy of your wallet.dat in step 1 right?   It make take awhile, it may look like it's stuck for awhile, but mine did eventually sync.  This will create a new, empty wallet.dat in your %appdata%\SHAcoin folder
6.  After successful sync, check Help --> Debug Window and make sure the "Current number of blocks" matches the "block count" at http://explorer.shacoin.co
7.  Shutdown shacoin-qt
8.  Copy your wallet.dat, from Step 1, back into your %appdata%\SHAcoin folder and overwrite the existing wallet.dat
9.  Restart shacoin-qt, go to Help --> Debug Window --> Console and type repairwallet
10.  It may give you a message about "mismatched spent coins" or something else - this is OK, your wallet is being fixed Smiley

The steps above got my wallet to show the green checkbox, recovered all my "lost" coins back into my balance, and I am now minting POS blocks, however, all previously minted POS blocks appear to be orphaned (after all the dicking around with getting the wallet to sync on the right chain, I have hundreds of orphaned POS blocks now)


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March 31, 2014, 03:58:21 PM
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With the updated conf file posted above in various places, I was able to sync fully and my POS transactions are currently at over 100 confirms and appear to be working.  I have a ton of orphaned ones from before but that's no problem from what I can tell.
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March 31, 2014, 04:00:45 PM
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The steps above got my wallet to show the green checkbox, recovered all my "lost" coins back into my balance, and I am now minting POS blocks, however, all previously minted POS blocks appear to be orphaned (after all the dicking around with getting the wallet to sync on the right chain, I have hundreds of orphaned POS blocks now)



I think i have the same problem.... There is prob like a good 50-60 blocks that are unconfirmed... all dated from the 28th thru 30th. They wont come back or sync to the chain. There are POS blocks that are doing just fine. There are about 150k coins stuck in unconfirmed prob on the wrong chain.... Not sure how to retrieve those "lost" coins.

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March 31, 2014, 04:18:45 PM
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Tried this, let me know if you see it show up.  HOpefully it disappears and I can just send you the coins.

Still no luck, but I'll keep watching it and let you know.

Just wanted to confirm that the tx has made it to the blockchain, thanks

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March 31, 2014, 04:25:39 PM
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ok i think everything is fixed with the blockchain. out of sheer curiousity I uninstalled again and reinstalled. this time it took ~ 5 minutes to fully populate the blockchain... wallet.dat in and coins all good, but as yet still no stake (which I'm kind of glad of - reading the sheer number of orphaned stake blocks that people have had)

guess i'll just wait; I'm going to call...

COIN ALIVE


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March 31, 2014, 04:31:31 PM
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I know it's early guys. But this happens with every coin. Take down ridiculous sell walls. Nobody wants to see a 1 btc sell order on any coin especially a new one let alone an 11 btc sell order. It will never be filled. It shows to buyers that early adopters are in control and they won't want to get in.
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March 31, 2014, 04:35:16 PM
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I know it's early guys. But this happens with every coin. Take down ridiculous sell walls. Nobody wants to see a 1 btc sell order on any coin especially a new one let alone an 11 btc sell order. It will never be filled. It shows to buyers that early adopters are in control and they won't want to get in.

i'd be buying if the exchanges would open up deposits and withdrawals again.

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March 31, 2014, 04:40:19 PM
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I have a few asks left open at allcoin.com, nothing under 200 satoshis / SHA however Wink

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March 31, 2014, 04:40:37 PM
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I know it's early guys. But this happens with every coin. Take down ridiculous sell walls. Nobody wants to see a 1 btc sell order on any coin especially a new one let alone an 11 btc sell order. It will never be filled. It shows to buyers that early adopters are in control and they won't want to get in.

i'd be buying if the exchanges would open up deposits and withdrawals again.

CryptoALTeX has been open for over 24 hours now again, everything has been going well.

Bittrex is working on getting their market back open soon to I believe, we've been working together to try and get some of these issues solved for all

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March 31, 2014, 04:44:16 PM
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I know it's early guys. But this happens with every coin. Take down ridiculous sell walls. Nobody wants to see a 1 btc sell order on any coin especially a new one let alone an 11 btc sell order. It will never be filled. It shows to buyers that early adopters are in control and they won't want to get in.

i'd be buying if the exchanges would open up deposits and withdrawals again.

CryptoALTeX has been open for over 24 hours now again, everything has been going well.

Bittrex is working on getting their market back open soon to I believe, we've been working together to try and get some of these issues solved for all

Smiley

Happy trading!

please assure.. when I buy SHA, i'll be able to withdraw these?
thanks.

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March 31, 2014, 04:51:27 PM
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To exchange operators: if SHA (and other PoS currencies in general) confirms its success in the long term, would you consider paying (at least part of) the PoS interest back to depositors?

I suppose the sell side of the order book would remain shallow otherwise, as there's an incentive to keep the coins in your own wallet rather than at the exchange. Not necessarily a bad thing, just thinking Wink

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March 31, 2014, 05:06:47 PM
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to those who have ever been lost coins, you can try the repairwallet command.

help/debug window/console

type in "repairwallet" and enter

you will get them back i think. i got some back because of this.
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March 31, 2014, 05:09:13 PM
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I know it's early guys. But this happens with every coin. Take down ridiculous sell walls. Nobody wants to see a 1 btc sell order on any coin especially a new one let alone an 11 btc sell order. It will never be filled. It shows to buyers that early adopters are in control and they won't want to get in.

i'd be buying if the exchanges would open up deposits and withdrawals again.

CryptoALTeX has been open for over 24 hours now again, everything has been going well.

Bittrex is working on getting their market back open soon to I believe, we've been working together to try and get some of these issues solved for all

Smiley

Happy trading!

please assure.. when I buy SHA, i'll be able to withdraw these?
thanks.

Yes you will be able to withdraw, we haven't had a single issue with SHA since re-enabling, the only issues were from the 26th and those users coins are now confirmed in the block chain.

Happy trading Smiley

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March 31, 2014, 05:11:30 PM
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To exchange operators: if SHA (and other PoS currencies in general) confirms its success in the long term, would you consider paying (at least part of) the PoS interest back to depositors?

I suppose the sell side of the order book would remain shallow otherwise, as there's an incentive to keep the coins in your own wallet rather than at the exchange. Not necessarily a bad thing, just thinking Wink


Not sure why but the exchange wallet hasn't done any staking and I'd actually prefer to turn it off if it does.  Blackcoin woke me up when it moved coins to stake because my audit script wasn't built to handle coins moving in and out of stake..  I can change it, but our job as an exchange it to exchange coins, not mint more etc.

Also, the exchanges coins that come from POS are really not as much as you think they would be since we have active coins moving in and out the coins ages don't get to change so much.

Also, since we move coins offline I'm not sure how that would react to being offline, can't really stake without talking to the network Smiley

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March 31, 2014, 05:14:38 PM
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Yes you will be able to withdraw, we haven't had a single issue with SHA since re-enabling, the only issues were from the 26th and those users coins are now confirmed in the block chain.

Happy trading Smiley

thanks. and yes for the above query, I think it best if all exchanges keep their wallets encypted and unable to stake.
i'd feel a lot safer with this assurance.

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March 31, 2014, 05:16:09 PM
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Not sure why but the exchange wallet hasn't done any staking and I'd actually prefer to turn it off if it does.  Blackcoin woke me up when it moved coins to stake because my audit script wasn't built to handle coins moving in and out of stake..  I can change it, but our job as an exchange it to exchange coins, not mint more etc.

Also, the exchanges coins that come from POS are really not as much as you think they would be since we have active coins moving in and out the coins ages don't get to change so much.

Also, since we move coins offline I'm not sure how that would react to being offline, can't really stake without talking to the network Smiley

Interesting to hear about your PoV, thanks. My guess is that your (exchange) wallet has too much traffic to build enough coinage, i.e. withdraws are using both "fresh" and older deposits as inputs. The stake in PoS is about coinage, not merely the amount of (confirmed) coins in the wallet.

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March 31, 2014, 05:45:15 PM
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ok i think everything is fixed with the blockchain. out of sheer curiousity I uninstalled again and reinstalled. this time it took ~ 5 minutes to fully populate the blockchain... wallet.dat in and coins all good, but as yet still no stake (which I'm kind of glad of - reading the sheer number of orphaned stake blocks that people have had)

guess i'll just wait; I'm going to call...

COIN ALIVE



Nothing is alive, wallet still not synching, all above fixes tried out, still missing more than 3000 coins. Wallet repair fails too. I'll wait one more day, then I'm done with this s..t.
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March 31, 2014, 05:48:52 PM
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I know it's early guys. But this happens with every coin. Take down ridiculous sell walls. Nobody wants to see a 1 btc sell order on any coin especially a new one let alone an 11 btc sell order. It will never be filled. It shows to buyers that early adopters are in control and they won't want to get in.

i'd be buying if the exchanges would open up deposits and withdrawals again.

CryptoALTeX has been open for over 24 hours now again, everything has been going well.

Bittrex is working on getting their market back open soon to I believe, we've been working together to try and get some of these issues solved for all

Smiley

Happy trading!

please assure.. when I buy SHA, i'll be able to withdraw these?
thanks.

Yes you will be able to withdraw, we haven't had a single issue with SHA since re-enabling, the only issues were from the 26th and those users coins are now confirmed in the block chain.

Happy trading Smiley

works immaculately.
thanks.

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March 31, 2014, 05:56:18 PM
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ok i think everything is fixed with the blockchain. out of sheer curiousity I uninstalled again and reinstalled. this time it took ~ 5 minutes to fully populate the blockchain... wallet.dat in and coins all good, but as yet still no stake (which I'm kind of glad of - reading the sheer number of orphaned stake blocks that people have had)

guess i'll just wait; I'm going to call...

COIN ALIVE



Nothing is alive, wallet still not synching, all above fixes tried out, still missing more than 3000 coins. Wallet repair fails too. I'll wait one more day, then I'm done with this s..t.


solution 1: Place your SHA address. I pay you for just stop spreading FUD. Agree?
solution 2: read all post how to repair your wallet if you can't - go to solution 3
solution 3: read all post how to repair your wallet if you can't - go to solution 2

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March 31, 2014, 06:40:35 PM
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This coin is all about PoS:  patience of stake    Grin

I restart my wallet 7-8 times a day.  Only way I can get PoS working.  Most of my stakes have been confirmed and new ones being minted but I just have to be patience and keep restarting the wallet.

allcoin exchange, if you are reading this, when are you enabling withdraw again?


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