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April 11, 2014, 04:39:55 PM
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I would really love to start mining again, when payouts are fixed..

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Wallet seems to be working good now, up to date on both current & est blocks..

https://www.minep.it/pool/water

Going strong here

dude, I tried six times to signup to your pool, it doesn't work with google chrome for me.
Page just sits there and nothign happens.

Any chance I can get some help?
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April 11, 2014, 05:07:44 PM
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firefox seemed to work, but google chrome did not.

I am signed up now.
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April 11, 2014, 06:03:50 PM
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Price picking up nicely at Bittrex.

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April 11, 2014, 06:08:40 PM
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firefox seemed to work, but google chrome did not.

I am signed up now.

Hm, not had any reports of that. Seems to work OK for me in Chrome. We'll look into it a bit further though.. thanks for pointing it out

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April 11, 2014, 06:39:36 PM
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Nothing to be surprised.
Isn't it easy to go to 50 sat  Grin ?
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April 11, 2014, 07:31:53 PM
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Buyers outnumber sellers 3 to 1 and nobody is dumping......very strong indication of prices going up Wink
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April 11, 2014, 07:49:32 PM
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Buyers outnumber sellers 3 to 1 and nobody is dumping......very strong indication of prices going up Wink
To me I see it's outnumber by 6 to 1

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I think we are back on top and the little stumble at block 7000 actually helped. Now we have some lucky miners who got a lot of coins from the devs mistake and so would really want the coin to succeed. It's good news for the rest of us who may have a small investment, but you would rather have a small piece of a big pie than a big piece of a small pie!
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April 11, 2014, 09:36:54 PM
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I think we are back on top and the little stumble at block 7000 actually helped. Now we have some lucky miners who got a lot of coins from the devs mistake and so would really want the coin to succeed. It's good news for the rest of us who may have a small investment, but you would rather have a small piece of a big pie than a big piece of a small pie!

Same goes for people who bought in at 5 sat. They had a huge risk and are well worth a bit of profit. I truly believe if you buy in now, you can easily make a profit soonish.
And idd, I like a big pie more aswell Wink

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April 11, 2014, 10:05:58 PM
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WALLET SYNCING FIX

I have been having the same problem as many other people here where the wallet won't sync past block 8786. I have tried all of the fixes posted here and none worked. I did the following and my wallet is now working perfectly.

If you go to Help->Debug Window->Console in your wallet and type "getpeerinfo" you will get a list of all the nodes your wallet is connected to. This is where the wallet gets the blockchain info from. For each entry look at the "startingheight" number, this shows what block that particular node thinks we are on.

If you have lots of nodes that say: "startingheight" : 8786, or some other number in the 8000s then your wallet is going to get confused as it is getting conflicting information.

I simply went through and listed all the nodes that were showing the correct block number. (as of writing we are on 9658)

Now you want to stop your wallet from automatically searching for nodes to connect to, so it won't find and connect to these 'bad' nodes - this is done by using "connect=IP" instead of "addnode=IP".

So, to get your wallet working do exactly the following:

1) Shut down the wallet completely.
2) Go to C:\Users\YourUserName\AppData\Roaming\cleanwatercoin.
3) Delete everything EXCEPT wallet.dat and cleanwatercoin.conf.
4) Open cleanwatercoin.conf and delete everything then paste in the following and save.

connect=176.14.88.234
connect=107.170.217.4
connect=67.82.168.57
connect=97.102.24.119
connect=188.226.199.223
connect=water.suprnova.cc

5) Restart the wallet.

Your wallet will now download the blockchain ONLY from those 'good' nodes that are specified. This will take a little while, be patient but it should fully sync eventually.
Please post other 'good' nodes that you find so they can be added to the conf file in future.

Please let me know if this worked for you.

Thanks for this info, but it didn't work for me.
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April 11, 2014, 10:09:25 PM
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Warning! cleanwatercoin was 51% attacked and a double spend was successful
We will shut down water/btc ,user must be cancel your order and withdrawal your watercoin.
We will publish the attack records to https://bitcointalk.org
We despise these crooks behavior.
We will compensation vip level for some user who was those watercoin.
attacked Details:here


This is the warning on Ptopex exchange...
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April 12, 2014, 01:17:12 AM
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WALLET SYNCING FIX

I have been having the same problem as many other people here where the wallet won't sync past block 8786. I have tried all of the fixes posted here and none worked. I did the following and my wallet is now working perfectly.

If you go to Help->Debug Window->Console in your wallet and type "getpeerinfo" you will get a list of all the nodes your wallet is connected to. This is where the wallet gets the blockchain info from. For each entry look at the "startingheight" number, this shows what block that particular node thinks we are on.

If you have lots of nodes that say: "startingheight" : 8786, or some other number in the 8000s then your wallet is going to get confused as it is getting conflicting information.

I simply went through and listed all the nodes that were showing the correct block number. (as of writing we are on 9658)

Now you want to stop your wallet from automatically searching for nodes to connect to, so it won't find and connect to these 'bad' nodes - this is done by using "connect=IP" instead of "addnode=IP".

So, to get your wallet working do exactly the following:

1) Shut down the wallet completely.
2) Go to C:\Users\YourUserName\AppData\Roaming\cleanwatercoin.
3) Delete everything EXCEPT wallet.dat and cleanwatercoin.conf.
4) Open cleanwatercoin.conf and delete everything then paste in the following and save.

connect=176.14.88.234
connect=107.170.217.4
connect=67.82.168.57
connect=97.102.24.119
connect=188.226.199.223
connect=water.suprnova.cc

5) Restart the wallet.

Your wallet will now download the blockchain ONLY from those 'good' nodes that are specified. This will take a little while, be patient but it should fully sync eventually.
Please post other 'good' nodes that you find so they can be added to the conf file in future.

Please let me know if this worked for you.

Thanks for this info, but it didn't work for me.

Where did you put the .conf file? It must be placed in the C:\Users\YourUserName\AppData\Roaming\cleanwatercoin\ folder.
Also, make sure it is a .conf file not a .txt file. Right click the file and click Properties, if it doesn't say "Type of File: CONF File (.conf)" it won't work.
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April 12, 2014, 04:03:44 AM
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Hey guys, I'm experiencing an error when trying to move coins to another wallet. I get this: Error: Transaction Creation Failed

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April 12, 2014, 04:15:21 AM
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Block explorer is back up: http://explorer.cleanwatercoin.org/chain/CleanWaterCoin

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April 12, 2014, 04:24:18 AM
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Hey guys, I'm experiencing an error when trying to move coins to another wallet. I get this: Error: Transaction Creation Failed

I was getting the same error. I got around it by moving the coins with multiple transactions in smaller amounts instead of one big transaction.
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April 12, 2014, 04:29:02 AM
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I was getting the same error. I got around it by moving the coins with multiple transactions in smaller amounts instead of one big transaction.

Thanks that worked!  Grin

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April 12, 2014, 05:51:10 AM
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Nice work!
Bring back the official pool please!  Smiley
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April 12, 2014, 06:10:01 AM
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WALLET SYNCING FIX

I have been having the same problem as many other people here where the wallet won't sync past block 8786. I have tried all of the fixes posted here and none worked. I did the following and my wallet is now working perfectly.

If you go to Help->Debug Window->Console in your wallet and type "getpeerinfo" you will get a list of all the nodes your wallet is connected to. This is where the wallet gets the blockchain info from. For each entry look at the "startingheight" number, this shows what block that particular node thinks we are on.

If you have lots of nodes that say: "startingheight" : 8786, or some other number in the 8000s then your wallet is going to get confused as it is getting conflicting information.

I simply went through and listed all the nodes that were showing the correct block number. (as of writing we are on 9658)

Now you want to stop your wallet from automatically searching for nodes to connect to, so it won't find and connect to these 'bad' nodes - this is done by using "connect=IP" instead of "addnode=IP".

So, to get your wallet working do exactly the following:

1) Shut down the wallet completely.
2) Go to C:\Users\YourUserName\AppData\Roaming\cleanwatercoin.
3) Delete everything EXCEPT wallet.dat and cleanwatercoin.conf.
4) Open cleanwatercoin.conf and delete everything then paste in the following and save.

connect=176.14.88.234
connect=107.170.217.4
connect=67.82.168.57
connect=97.102.24.119
connect=188.226.199.223
connect=water.suprnova.cc

5) Restart the wallet.

Your wallet will now download the blockchain ONLY from those 'good' nodes that are specified. This will take a little while, be patient but it should fully sync eventually.
Please post other 'good' nodes that you find so they can be added to the conf file in future.

Please let me know if this worked for you.

Thanks for this info, but it didn't work for me.


is here someone who can help me STEP BY STEP with syncing my wallet.
I tried all the solutions above and still it doesn't work for me, also placed the .conf file in the roaming folder.

I really need some help
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April 12, 2014, 07:11:09 AM
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WALLET SYNCING FIX

I have been having the same problem as many other people here where the wallet won't sync past block 8786. I have tried all of the fixes posted here and none worked. I did the following and my wallet is now working perfectly.

If you go to Help->Debug Window->Console in your wallet and type "getpeerinfo" you will get a list of all the nodes your wallet is connected to. This is where the wallet gets the blockchain info from. For each entry look at the "startingheight" number, this shows what block that particular node thinks we are on.

If you have lots of nodes that say: "startingheight" : 8786, or some other number in the 8000s then your wallet is going to get confused as it is getting conflicting information.

I simply went through and listed all the nodes that were showing the correct block number. (as of writing we are on 9658)

Now you want to stop your wallet from automatically searching for nodes to connect to, so it won't find and connect to these 'bad' nodes - this is done by using "connect=IP" instead of "addnode=IP".

So, to get your wallet working do exactly the following:

1) Shut down the wallet completely.
2) Go to C:\Users\YourUserName\AppData\Roaming\cleanwatercoin.
3) Delete everything EXCEPT wallet.dat and cleanwatercoin.conf.
4) Open cleanwatercoin.conf and delete everything then paste in the following and save.

connect=176.14.88.234
connect=107.170.217.4
connect=67.82.168.57
connect=97.102.24.119
connect=188.226.199.223
connect=water.suprnova.cc

5) Restart the wallet.

Your wallet will now download the blockchain ONLY from those 'good' nodes that are specified. This will take a little while, be patient but it should fully sync eventually.
Please post other 'good' nodes that you find so they can be added to the conf file in future.

Please let me know if this worked for you.

Thanks for this info, but it didn't work for me.


is here someone who can help me STEP BY STEP with syncing my wallet.
I tried all the solutions above and still it doesn't work for me, also placed the .conf file in the roaming folder.

I really need some help


problem solved!!!!
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