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Author Topic: [ANN] BTCtalkcoin [TALK] - Pure POS - Multipool Ready! - AirDrop Has Arrived  (Read 186405 times)
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May 29, 2014, 10:50:41 PM
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THE COIN IS DEAD??  ALL THE EXANGES DE-LISTED THE COIN,  WHAT HAPPENED???
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May 30, 2014, 12:34:22 AM
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If this is already answered in the thread I apologize. I read the OP and it was not mentioned or linked to.

How do you stake this coin? Some type of write up for newbs seems a good idea.

Is the process the same for all pos coins?

Thank you.

Anyone with some expertise? or at least, actually receiving pos?

Do I need a conf file?
Do I need to run the client as server?
Does the client need to be mining?

Any help is appreciated.

Thank you.
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May 30, 2014, 01:42:53 AM
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If this is already answered in the thread I apologize. I read the OP and it was not mentioned or linked to.

How do you stake this coin? Some type of write up for newbs seems a good idea.

Is the process the same for all pos coins?

Thank you.

Anyone with some expertise? or at least, actually receiving pos?

Do I need a conf file?
Do I need to run the client as server?
Does the client need to be mining?

Any help is appreciated.

Thank you.

If you don't have a password on your wallet, it should be staking automatically. Otherwise, you just need to click the unlock wallet button and enter your password. By default, if you do nothing staking should be enabled (there is a way to protect coins from being staked). I've staked a few hundred coins in a couple weeks with between 60-90k coins in wallet.
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May 30, 2014, 01:53:26 AM
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If this is already answered in the thread I apologize. I read the OP and it was not mentioned or linked to.

How do you stake this coin? Some type of write up for newbs seems a good idea.

Is the process the same for all pos coins?

Thank you.

Anyone with some expertise? or at least, actually receiving pos?

Do I need a conf file?
Do I need to run the client as server?
Does the client need to be mining?

Any help is appreciated.

Thank you.

If you don't have a password on your wallet, it should be staking automatically. Otherwise, you just need to click the unlock wallet button and enter your password. By default, if you do nothing staking should be enabled (there is a way to protect coins from being staked). I've staked a few hundred coins in a couple weeks with between 60-90k coins in wallet.

I did that days ago and still nothing; that is why I ask. Password protected and unlocked. It says "wallet is encrypted and currently unlocked"

Is your wallet mining? Is your wallet running as server?
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May 30, 2014, 02:09:45 AM
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So, with a donation from Dallas5, I went through the list again, sending 4.815162 to each address on the list. There were a couple of hiccups this time. I had to restart the script twice, and set it to manually start from where it left off, and I may have sent a couple folks double and even missed one or two, but it was only 4 coins and there's a log file showing which transactions went through, and it's still better than 99% success. There were only a few failed transactions and most seem to have been a bad address. Here is the output file from the script this time:

http://pastebin.com/jbqeKwVT

I may try one more time tonight, just to see if I can iron out the kinks. Dev/Rawdawg, let me know if you want help with script or I'd be willing to just send the airdrop coins if you guys don't have a solution. Otherwise, I guess we probably have to assume Hippie Tech is probably correct  Shocked
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May 30, 2014, 02:14:53 AM
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If this is already answered in the thread I apologize. I read the OP and it was not mentioned or linked to.

How do you stake this coin? Some type of write up for newbs seems a good idea.

Is the process the same for all pos coins?

Thank you.

Anyone with some expertise? or at least, actually receiving pos?

Do I need a conf file?
Do I need to run the client as server?
Does the client need to be mining?

Any help is appreciated.

Thank you.

If you don't have a password on your wallet, it should be staking automatically. Otherwise, you just need to click the unlock wallet button and enter your password. By default, if you do nothing staking should be enabled (there is a way to protect coins from being staked). I've staked a few hundred coins in a couple weeks with between 60-90k coins in wallet.

I did that days ago and still nothing; that is why I ask. Password protected and unlocked. It says "wallet is encrypted and currently unlocked"

Is your wallet mining? Is your wallet running as server?

No, the wallet that staked the coins wasn't running as server or mining. It depends how many coins you have and how long you've had them in your wallet. You might just need to wait a few more days or a week. I've had my wallet for a little over two weeks, and I've staked like six times, so maybe you just have bad luck or few coins...
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May 30, 2014, 02:18:02 AM
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If this is already answered in the thread I apologize. I read the OP and it was not mentioned or linked to.

How do you stake this coin? Some type of write up for newbs seems a good idea.

Is the process the same for all pos coins?

Thank you.

Anyone with some expertise? or at least, actually receiving pos?

Do I need a conf file?
Do I need to run the client as server?
Does the client need to be mining?

Any help is appreciated.

Thank you.

If you don't have a password on your wallet, it should be staking automatically. Otherwise, you just need to click the unlock wallet button and enter your password. By default, if you do nothing staking should be enabled (there is a way to protect coins from being staked). I've staked a few hundred coins in a couple weeks with between 60-90k coins in wallet.

I did that days ago and still nothing; that is why I ask. Password protected and unlocked. It says "wallet is encrypted and currently unlocked"

Is your wallet mining? Is your wallet running as server?

No, the wallet that staked the coins wasn't running as server or mining. It depends how many coins you have and how long you've had them in your wallet. You might just need to wait a few more days or a week. I've had my wallet for a little over two weeks, and I've staked like six times, so maybe you just have bad luck or few coins...

Thanks for your help. 20k coin for 6 days and nothing so far.
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May 30, 2014, 02:26:32 AM
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So, with a donation from Dallas5, I went through the list again, sending 4.815162 to each address on the list. There were a couple of hiccups this time. I had to restart the script twice, and set it to manually start from where it left off, and I may have sent a couple folks double and even missed one or two, but it was only 4 coins and there's a log file showing which transactions went through, and it's still better than 99% success. There were only a few failed transactions and most seem to have been a bad address. Here is the output file from the script this time:

http://pastebin.com/jbqeKwVT

I may try one more time tonight, just to see if I can iron out the kinks. Dev/Rawdawg, let me know if you want help with script or I'd be willing to just send the airdrop coins if you guys don't have a solution. Otherwise, I guess we probably have to assume Hippie Tech is probably correct  Shocked

Before you possibly take over the drop or they use your script would you please make sure my address is included.

I received the original drop, but none of yours. I can only guess that it is because I had updated my address a couple of days prior to the drop and when it was updated in the spreadsheet a note was made "UPDATED" in the same column as "banned".

“If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it. The lie can be maintained only for such time as the State BlockNet can shield the people from the political, economic and/or military consequences of the lie. It thus becomes vitally important for the State BlockNet to use all of its powers to repress dissent, for the truth is the mortal enemy of the lie, and thus by extension, the truth is the greatest enemy of the State BlockNet.” - Joseph Goebbels
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May 30, 2014, 03:08:48 AM
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So, with a donation from Dallas5, I went through the list again, sending 4.815162 to each address on the list. There were a couple of hiccups this time. I had to restart the script twice, and set it to manually start from where it left off, and I may have sent a couple folks double and even missed one or two, but it was only 4 coins and there's a log file showing which transactions went through, and it's still better than 99% success. There were only a few failed transactions and most seem to have been a bad address. Here is the output file from the script this time:

http://pastebin.com/jbqeKwVT

I may try one more time tonight, just to see if I can iron out the kinks. Dev/Rawdawg, let me know if you want help with script or I'd be willing to just send the airdrop coins if you guys don't have a solution. Otherwise, I guess we probably have to assume Hippie Tech is probably correct  Shocked

Before you possibly take over the drop or they use your script would you please make sure my address is included.

I received the original drop, but none of yours. I can only guess that it is because I had updated my address a couple of days prior to the drop and when it was updated in the spreadsheet a note was made "UPDATED" in the same column as "banned".

Good call. I did not notice that until you pointed it out, but it should be easy to correct. I see there is one other address that just says 'changed address' now, not 'BANNED' or 'same as...'. Thanks for pointing that out.
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May 30, 2014, 03:54:18 AM
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So, with a donation from Dallas5, I went through the list again, sending 4.815162 to each address on the list.

Oh that's what it was. I was wondering about it in the other thread. Thank you for the coins!

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May 30, 2014, 04:12:51 AM
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When will the airdrop be completed as I haven't received mine yet.
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May 30, 2014, 05:18:17 AM
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i've got two airdops from another members, 3.14 and 4.81 BCC
this show us that members is more reliable than OP / original member who take care about airdrop
almost two weeks, i still don't get my airdrop/distribution
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May 30, 2014, 07:30:14 AM
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Having considered all the evidence and facts, this coin is in serious need of help.

The current management should hand over to the community..... there are enough good people on this forum who can move it forward, complete the airdrop and create the required faucets etc. to spread the rest.

This coin will die and sink like the rest if a decent strategy is not put in place soon.

I am no longer a holder (apart from the few sent on the recent community tests) and I have never received an airdrop.

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May 30, 2014, 12:53:18 PM
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Having considered all the evidence and facts, this coin is in serious need of help.

The current management should hand over to the community..... there are enough good people on this forum who can move it forward, complete the airdrop and create the required faucets etc. to spread the rest.

This coin will die and sink like the rest if a decent strategy is not put in place soon.

I am no longer a holder (apart from the few sent on the recent community tests) and I have never received an airdrop.

I think BitTalk would be a better name for the coin than BTCTalkCoin.

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May 30, 2014, 02:04:59 PM
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Just sent 4.20 coins to everyone on the list. All valid addresses should have been paid and no doubles. I guess at this point though we have to assume Hippie Tech is correct and BCCdev is a scumbag.
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May 30, 2014, 02:15:17 PM
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BCCdev is a scumbag.

Why i'm not surprised?
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May 30, 2014, 03:34:55 PM
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Just sent 4.20 coins to everyone on the list. All valid addresses should have been paid and no doubles. I guess at this point though we have to assume Hippie Tech is correct and BCCdev is a scumbag.

Too bad it took 123 pages to get to this point.


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May 30, 2014, 03:43:27 PM
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Just sent 4.20 coins to everyone on the list. All valid addresses should have been paid and no doubles. I guess at this point though we have to assume Hippie Tech is correct and BCCdev is a scumbag.

Too bad it took 123 pages to get to this point.



I think it just shows that if done right, people would really like/would have liked to have been a part of the unofficial btctalk coin. The other one seems not great as well, so may have just killed interest in the idea at this point...
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Last edit: May 30, 2014, 08:20:10 PM by Dallas5
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Well, no point at selling all my coins at great loss. Who knows maybe the devs will come back and boost the coins popularity, everything is possible in cryptoland. In the meantime I'm not gonna waist more time on this, it could have been great..

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May 30, 2014, 05:37:01 PM
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This is part of the bittrex delisting announcement



Below you will find markets that we're removing on Monday, June 2nd.  If you'd like to see them stick around, the best thing to do is spread the word and get the market active again. 


BTCTalkcoin: https://bittrex.com/Market/Index?MarketName=BTC-BCC


After a market is deleted, you will have 14 days to remove your funds before we shut down the wallet (provided the blockchain permits it.)

Removals for May 30th: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=623709.msg6915764

I would help trying to convince them to keep BTCtalkcoin if the dev made a post.
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