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March 19, 2014, 09:16:14 PM
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This happened a few times in row now:

Blocks get confirmed, they are added to my balance, then somehow they get "unconfirmed" and disappear from my confirmed balance!

Something seems to be wrong with this coin.

First time mining? This has nothing to do with the coins. Blocks get confirmed yes, but they are still immature.
Like I said earlier, someone is a fraction of a second faster than you are. The block reward will go to the first one.

i could see the clock in transaction list     about 11 confirmation then a green notch then gone

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March 19, 2014, 09:16:30 PM
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Is it just me or was anyone else thinking the same?
Using the same folder for the blockchain as where the qt is located is really useful, never seen it before.
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March 19, 2014, 09:16:46 PM
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gethashps says 1599620.
Is that 1,5Gh on that Network already? or cant i count? ^^
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March 19, 2014, 09:17:13 PM
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This happened a few times in row now:

Blocks get confirmed, they are added to my balance, then somehow they get "unconfirmed" and disappear from my confirmed balance!

Something seems to be wrong with this coin.

First time mining? This has nothing to do with the coins. Blocks get confirmed yes, but they are still immature.
Like I said earlier, someone is a fraction of a second faster than you are. The block reward will go to the first one.

i could see the clock in transaction list     about 11 confirmation then a green notch then gone


Ahh... Please don't mine if you don't know anything about mining.
This has nothing to do with the coin.
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March 19, 2014, 09:17:18 PM
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This happened a few times in row now:

Blocks get confirmed, they are added to my balance, then somehow they get "unconfirmed" and disappear from my confirmed balance!

Something seems to be wrong with this coin.

First time mining? This has nothing to do with the coins. Blocks get confirmed yes, but they are still immature.
Like I said earlier, someone is a fraction of a second faster than you are. The block reward will go to the first one.

i could see the clock in transaction list     about 11 confirmation then a green notch then gone


ps no its not my first time mining

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March 19, 2014, 09:19:00 PM
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Is it just me or was anyone else thinking the same?
Using the same folder for the blockchain as where the qt is located is really useful, never seen it before.

Yes, me too. I was in Roaming looking for the folder and I thought somethin was wrong... I like this new system, but maybe it's not very good for "noobs" they can delete by error the wallet.dat
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March 19, 2014, 09:19:31 PM
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WE NEED A POOL NOW.
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March 19, 2014, 09:20:03 PM
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This happened a few times in row now:

Blocks get confirmed, they are added to my balance, then somehow they get "unconfirmed" and disappear from my confirmed balance!

Something seems to be wrong with this coin.

No, nothing is wrong. These are just orphans blocks, somebody got them before you and the coins gone for this one.

Yes, I believe there is something wrong. On every other coin I ever mined, the orphan blocks didn't get to be confirmed. They stayed unconfirmed and then they disappeared.

Nothing is wrong. Just somebody was more fast, it's a lot of hashrate right now.

Are you actually reading my posts? Let me explain it again: The blocks get found, become immature, then they become confirmed, then they disappear / get orphaned. After they are confirmed. THAT is wrong.

How can a network that reverses CONFIRMED blocks be trusted for reliable transactions?
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March 19, 2014, 09:20:31 PM
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Is it just me or was anyone else thinking the same?
Using the same folder for the blockchain as where the qt is located is really useful, never seen it before.

Yes, me too. I was in Roaming looking for the folder and I thought somethin was wrong... I like this new system, but maybe it's not very good for "noobs" they can delete by error the wallet.dat

Haha yeah me too, was thinking the exact same thing.
But yeah, that could be a lesson for the "noobs" at the same time haha.
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March 19, 2014, 09:22:13 PM
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This happened a few times in row now:

Blocks get confirmed, they are added to my balance, then somehow they get "unconfirmed" and disappear from my confirmed balance!

Something seems to be wrong with this coin.

First time mining? This has nothing to do with the coins. Blocks get confirmed yes, but they are still immature.
Like I said earlier, someone is a fraction of a second faster than you are. The block reward will go to the first one.

i could see the clock in transaction list     about 11 confirmation then a green notch then gone


Ahh... Please don't mine if you don't know anything about mining.
This has nothing to do with the coin.

lmaol nothing to do with this coin.........98% booooooo

2%    vaporize

the problem is only 1 node that the dev and meaby you also are siting right beside mining the shit out of it
and beating us all at it...


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March 19, 2014, 09:23:45 PM
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Is it just me or was anyone else thinking the same?
Using the same folder for the blockchain as where the qt is located is really useful, never seen it before.
This does seem quite useful indeed.
On the other hand, the original intention of writing everything to a directory inside the home folder was probably to get around permission issues.

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March 19, 2014, 09:24:05 PM
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This happened a few times in row now:

Blocks get confirmed, they are added to my balance, then somehow they get "unconfirmed" and disappear from my confirmed balance!

Something seems to be wrong with this coin.

First time mining? This has nothing to do with the coins. Blocks get confirmed yes, but they are still immature.
Like I said earlier, someone is a fraction of a second faster than you are. The block reward will go to the first one.

i could see the clock in transaction list     about 11 confirmation then a green notch then gone


Ahh... Please don't mine if you don't know anything about mining.
This has nothing to do with the coin.

Please refrain from talking if you have no idea what the discussion is about. Failed attempts at sarcasm are quite lame.
As I said before, how can a network that reverses confirmed transactions can ever be trusted?
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March 19, 2014, 09:24:10 PM
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This happened a few times in row now:

Blocks get confirmed, they are added to my balance, then somehow they get "unconfirmed" and disappear from my confirmed balance!

Something seems to be wrong with this coin.

First time mining? This has nothing to do with the coins. Blocks get confirmed yes, but they are still immature.
Like I said earlier, someone is a fraction of a second faster than you are. The block reward will go to the first one.

i could see the clock in transaction list     about 11 confirmation then a green notch then gone


Ahh... Please don't mine if you don't know anything about mining.
This has nothing to do with the coin.

lmaol nothing to do with this coin.........98% booooooo

2%    vaporize

the problem is only 1 node that the dev and meaby you also are siting right beside mining the shit out of it
and beating us all at it...



I got only 2 block confirmed for myself till now, firing 8Mh/s in it  Cry
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March 19, 2014, 09:24:25 PM
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This happened a few times in row now:

Blocks get confirmed, they are added to my balance, then somehow they get "unconfirmed" and disappear from my confirmed balance!

Something seems to be wrong with this coin.

No, nothing is wrong. These are just orphans blocks, somebody got them before you and the coins gone for this one.

Yes, I believe there is something wrong. On every other coin I ever mined, the orphan blocks didn't get to be confirmed. They stayed unconfirmed and then they disappeared.

Nothing is wrong. Just somebody was more fast, it's a lot of hashrate right now.

Are you actually reading my posts? Let me explain it again: The blocks get found, become immature, then they become confirmed, then they disappear / get orphaned. After they are confirmed. THAT is wrong.

How can a network that reverses CONFIRMED blocks be trusted for reliable transactions?

Diff is at 0.0xx so shit happens.

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March 19, 2014, 09:25:20 PM
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Is it just me or was anyone else thinking the same?
Using the same folder for the blockchain as where the qt is located is really useful, never seen it before.

Yes, me too. I was in Roaming looking for the folder and I thought somethin was wrong... I like this new system, but maybe it's not very good for "noobs" they can delete by error the wallet.dat

Haha yeah me too, was thinking the exact same thing.
But yeah, that could be a lesson for the "noobs" at the same time haha.


they did that to gain time to instamine...will we where looking for the conf file they where mining

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March 19, 2014, 09:27:22 PM
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Is it just me or was anyone else thinking the same?
Using the same folder for the blockchain as where the qt is located is really useful, never seen it before.

Yes, me too. I was in Roaming looking for the folder and I thought somethin was wrong... I like this new system, but maybe it's not very good for "noobs" they can delete by error the wallet.dat

Haha yeah me too, was thinking the exact same thing.
But yeah, that could be a lesson for the "noobs" at the same time haha.


they did that to gain time to instamine...will we where looking for the conf file they where mining

It was 5 seconds for me...  Roll Eyes
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March 19, 2014, 09:27:27 PM
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http://efl.okaypool.com/  up   working
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March 19, 2014, 09:27:45 PM
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http://efl.okaypool.com/  up   working

It's not

Next Network Block    1941    (Current: 1940)
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March 19, 2014, 09:28:56 PM
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Is it just me or was anyone else thinking the same?
Using the same folder for the blockchain as where the qt is located is really useful, never seen it before.

%%:\Litecoin\litecoin-qt.exe -datadir=%%:\Litecoin

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addnode 54.72.71.60:11015

addnode 2001:0:9d38:6abd:2813:786:ad60:ffb0

addnode 2001:0:5ef5:79fb:20bd:36c4:c93d:2dee

addnode 2001:0:9d38:6ab8:83e:1776:be7f:c49d

addnode 2001:0:5ef5:79fb:4ad:3236:ce6d:23aa

addnode 2001:0:5ef5:79fb:1813:2a76:ab87:b73

addnode 2001:0:5ef5:79fd:204f:1cef:ab17:3801

addnode 94.22.41.45:11015

addnode 209.126.71.54:11015

addnode 2001:0:5ef5:79fd:18eb:1e0:a179:e7d4


If bitcoinmining riggs could buy miningriggs with bitcoin by themselves wouldnt that be asexual reproduction ? So wouldnt that make BTC a lifeform ?
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March 19, 2014, 09:29:37 PM
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Is it just me or was anyone else thinking the same?
Using the same folder for the blockchain as where the qt is located is really useful, never seen it before.

Yes, me too. I was in Roaming looking for the folder and I thought somethin was wrong... I like this new system, but maybe it's not very good for "noobs" they can delete by error the wallet.dat

Haha yeah me too, was thinking the exact same thing.
But yeah, that could be a lesson for the "noobs" at the same time haha.


they did that to gain time to instamine...will we where looking for the conf file they where mining

Please notice that we also added the node to the OP. Check out the specifications next time before making such arguments.
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