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June 10, 2017, 03:39:48 PM
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Karma.conf
karma.conf
karmacoin.conf

Hey.. sorry for your troubles. Between the three, karma.conf is fine.

Let us know how it works.

Thanks

So with karma.conf i get a runtime error it crashes it tells me tell the aplication team (I can't cut and paste the text it's an image) . so then i go delete the karma.conf and it runs fine but doesn't connect to the netowrk. i tried the help/debug put the nodes one by one nothing still not connecting.

do you have karma.conf and it's working? what text do you have in there maybe that's the problem?

Hi. Here is what you can do:

[Note: back up your wallet.dat file before you do the following. It is in your appdata\roaming\karma\ folder. And just to be safe, you might as well make a copy of that, too]

1. Close the wallet, then create a text file: c:\users\YOUR-NAME\appdata\roaming\karma\karma.conf (or on linux, ~/.karma/karma.conf) and paste the following into it:

addnode=67.173.120.250:9432
addnode=91.153.109.149:49522
addnode=78.214.167.61:11081
addnode=69.130.152.117:51308
addnode=96.230.110.235:9333
addnode=128.173.185.170:9333
addnode=45.55.176.26:9333

2. Delete everything in %appdata%/karma except wallet.dat and karma.conf

3. (re)start the Karma wallet.

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June 10, 2017, 04:22:34 PM
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Karma.conf
karma.conf
karmacoin.conf

Hey.. sorry for your troubles. Between the three, karma.conf is fine.

Let us know how it works.

Thanks

So with karma.conf i get a runtime error it crashes it tells me tell the aplication team (I can't cut and paste the text it's an image) . so then i go delete the karma.conf and it runs fine but doesn't connect to the netowrk. i tried the help/debug put the nodes one by one nothing still not connecting.

do you have karma.conf and it's working? what text do you have in there maybe that's the problem?

Hi. Here is what you can do:

[Note: back up your wallet.dat file before you do the following. It is in your appdata\roaming\karma\ folder. And just to be safe, you might as well make a copy of that, too]

1. Close the wallet, then create a text file: c:\users\YOUR-NAME\appdata\roaming\karma\karma.conf (or on linux, ~/.karma/karma.conf) and paste the following into it:

addnode=67.173.120.250:9432
addnode=91.153.109.149:49522
addnode=78.214.167.61:11081
addnode=69.130.152.117:51308
addnode=96.230.110.235:9333
addnode=128.173.185.170:9333
addnode=45.55.176.26:9333

2. Delete everything in %appdata%/karma except wallet.dat and karma.conf

3. (re)start the Karma wallet.


Thank you @kosmost   !!!!!!!!!!!!!

I followed your great instructions and I have 2 active connections! Yeaahhhh!

Ok, how long do you think till it's synced so I can move the coins? Or maybe you have bootstrap?

Thanks again and I'll look forward to future development of this cool named coin!


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June 10, 2017, 06:47:32 PM
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Dear Karma Community;

I write this letter to you thinking about the road ahead. It won't be the easiest journey that a coin has taken to success, but I think you'll see that it is the right one. Right now Karma sits in a vegetative state, ready for new lifeblood to be pumped through its veins. By making the right choices (at least most of the time) we can better our chances for success and place us above and beyond most other coins.

How would you like to quit your job and have more free time, enjoying the fruits of having made the right choice with Karma? We can not only get to 10 satoshis, but 100 and beyond. For me, however, most of the value of this project is not just in the price of each Karma coin but in all of the wonderful experiences we can create around Karma. That is priceless.

Here are my thoughts on where we are and where we can go.

The Good

The Karma community is amazing, and a big reason why I wanted to get involved with this coin in the first place. The coin attracts a different kind of user and community member than, say, a coin for online anonymous transactions or guns. While those coins can be interesting and profitable, it is the spirit of 'giving' that makes Karma what it is, and will drive us to do great things in future.

We can make Karma succeed and do good things.

The Bad

It is good to 'give' but even better when you have something to give. The more you have, the more you can give. With that in mind, I'd like to focus more on adding tremendous value to Karma first, then the 'give' aspect. (Actually, we can do both by providing a facility for website visitors to donate Karma to website owners.)

To put it another way, Bill Gates is able to 'give' more than Billy Bob Geldo because he first made his fortune. There's no reason why we can't do both at the same time, of course, but what we need to do is build an economy around Karma to increase the value of each Karma, allowing us to give much more than if we had done the 'giving' first.

The benefit of this being a near-dead coin is that we can learn from our past mistakes. Many of the same faces are here, hoping that Karma can make a comeback. This makes making the hard choices much easier. What else have we got to lose?

Some of the hard choices that I will make involve the nature of business. Business doesn't care about your feelings, unfortunately. That's not how it works, that's how it breaks. If we make friends here, that is a bonus. But most of us didn't come here to make friends. We came to make money and feel good doing it.

The higher Karma goes in the market, the more people that show up. The more people that show up the more community we have, the more we can do, and the more awesome it is. Imagine being able to build a school in SE Asia for ₭2,000,000 when Karma hits 150 satoshi. That's pretty powerful, isn't it? The power is in our hands, right now, as we hold Karma.

But first, let's hit 150 satoshi Wink

With the big picture in mind, your feelings will not come first. If I had a choice between your feelings and bringing Karma to millions of people, I'd climb the latter without hesitation. Nothing personal, of course, just business.

And Karma is a business whether or not we want it to be. Non-profits are also run as businesses, as are charities and churches. (Some of the most ruthless businesses I've worked with are charities, who aren't tamed by having clients that get upset.)

Capitalism is the greatest charity there is, in my opinion, because it teaches people to do for themselves. It's good to teach a man to fish rather than giving him a fish, but if he must first pay a small price to learn the lesson you can bet your a$$ that he's going to pay attention in class. If it's free, he would see little value in it (and may not even show up).

That being said, Karma comes first (not your feelings). You are free to volunteer but I will not rely on volunteers to get things done (we tried that). When people have enough incentive to do things then they are likely to do it. If you want a particular thing that costs time and money, you will probably need to pay for it yourself or spend time doing it yourself rather than just complain about it. Karma is a bitch, so the saying goes, but not your bitch Cheesy

Also, in order to function Karma should not be run as a democracy. There are no true democracies in the world because they're ineffective and simply don't work. Do you want the government providing your internet service or delivering your pizza? Of course not. You want a business that is competing with others to provide you with the best internet or pizza they can. Even the girl scouts sell cookies and have a corporate structure. Do you want to be beaten by a bunch of girls holding cookies?

If you want to volunteer, thank you! But note that I will probably ask you what you've done before and to show evidence of what you can do for Karma. You don't want to waste time, obviously, and this way will save a lot of time for all of us. Don't be offended, though. Just buy more Karma and continue sharing your thoughts in our forums.

However, if you don't like something, I honestly don't care that much unless you're my grandma. I care when your concerns have been validated by others. But even then it doesn't mean something needs to be done. (Because maybe you're all wrong, and logical reasoning can demonstrate it.) You can find the cutest videos on YouTube with thousands of dislikes and wonder what kind of person would hate such a thing. But it doesn't mean the video should be deleted to spare their feelings. Now, if you can qualify your feelings with reasonable intelligence (such as good market research) or a good argument, then we can talk about it. Otherwise I don't really have the time.

[Note: I'm also not opposed to firing volunteers. People don't call me 'the shark' because I taste like chicken. I move fast and am effective. Be reasonable and do what you're supposed to do and all will be well. Be unreasonable and lazy and I will bite your BTCBTCBTC head off. Although the big picture is made up of lots of little pictures, nobody wants to see a big picture made up of lots of lazy little pictures. That being said, when I am not at work people refer to me as 'the bear'. But bears can have sharp teeth, too.]

The Better

The future is bright for Karma. When I first looked at the coin in 2014 it was only at a $200,000 market cap. Here we are, a few years later and a near-dead Karma is worth a couple of million (thanks mostly to Bitcoin and satoshi minimums). That's a kind of life support you can't buy. We're still alive! When people consider that Karma has a bright future, they will exchange their Hahacoins for Karma. From 1 satoshi we can only go up. If we die, it's only because we hesitated to make good decisions.

Our community will grow as we grow. We have people all over the world, and our target demographic is also spread all over the place. But the first step is not so far away. In fact, it starts right under your feet, today.

The Next Few Weeks

Over the next few weeks I'd like to throw some details and info up on karmacoin.net. It's not the best choice of domain, but it's what we have for now. I'd like to have a consumer-facing website that is also good for media, with sections for potential investors and miners.

We also need to identify a demographic for our core service, which I think should be catered to bloggers and people that use blogs. (Possibly mostly women, though we'd have to check that out.) It's a huge, relatively untapped market for cyptos. And Karma has the perfect name for it. (Even Reddit has a way to give 'karma').

We need someone to focus on development, which will come once we have a plan in place.

The schedule I'm thinking about would bring us to a January 2018 launch of our core service. This gives us some time to get our ducks in a row.

I've talked about having a CEO and proper structuring of Karma, and getting it incorporated. This will come in time, but now we already have enough to get going. When we have built some momentum, then the right talent will be attracted to us and our vision. Right now getting the more experienced and connected leaders we need would be a difficult task. The shark bearing his soul for Karma in this post? It's what you've got for now.

So:

0) talk about what we'd like to do <---- you are here
1) website draft 1, to make the vision more clear and get more people behind the vision. ("Look, ma! Pictures!")
2) plan to execute the vision
3) get a dev who believes in the vision and has a good reputation in the crypto world. Hard to find to work for free, but much easier when you dangle enough BTC in their face. (Update wallet, make a Linux version, etc. No fundamental changes yet, however.)
4) when the price of Karma is @ ~6 satoshis, exchange a few million coins from Kosmost's pockets to take care of expenses (you're welcome to donate, but it's not necessary)
5) complete the specs for first consumer offering (plugin for bloggers, browser wallet for users)
6) develop the first offering; test; deploy
7) continually update website with number of installs and users. I'm aiming for 1,000 installs for the first 2 months after launch, based on ad budget and predicted conversion rates.

(This is a rough outline, but I hope you get some idea)

Who Am I? How Do I Think?

My name is Tony and I'm Canadian. I've been an entrepreneur from an early age. I've done work for some of the biggest companies in the world, including Leo Burnett, Energizer, Thompson, KPMG, Unilever, Proctor & Gamble, and more. At age 20 I was the youngest executive in the history of the largest financial public relations firm in the US, reporting directly to the board of directors of Fortune 100 clients such as EMC and several others. I was also the sole project manager for the City Colleges of Chicago's 'Year 2000' project where I was responsible for auditing 27,000 PCs, workstations, and servers across 19 locations (on-time and under budget) with a staff of 30. Then I thought about making my fortune in Hong Kong. (yeah, I know.. crazy idea.) From less than $200 in investment capital I was able to build a portfolio of multi-million dollar internet businesses within 15 months and become a self-made millionaire by age 30.

I am sharing these things with you not to impress you, but to ease the pain a bit when I begin to make the difficult choices for Karma. I do have some experience under my belt, but also important is having a good strategy to be able to execute any plan. Many of you won't like the way I get things done. I tend to move fast and break things you might have liked. But it's all for the best, and if/when Karma is at 150+ satoshis we can crack open a beer and feel much better about it.

(I'll probably put my name, a photo of me in a clown suit, and some additional info on the website. That way, you know who your daddy is! I would encourage most others who work on Karma to also put their names. It will build trust, sorely needed in today's crypto world.)

Also, what is important for Karma (I think) is to bridge the gap between the two worlds of crypto and the everyday consumer. It's what I've been doing all my professional life: making the complicated easier in order to increase value.

Which leads me to...

My Philosophy

I've been building bridges for many years in that way and realize the importance of making something easy to understand for the average person. Many of the "hard choices" I'd like to make for Karma are directly related to the following:

1) make it easy to understand
2) make it save people time
3) make it easy to buy and use
4) create experiences that people love
5) create experiences that people want to share with others
6) make a way for people to do things with others, using the product/service

Those are my six factors of business success. Number 7 is to reap the rewards. I'd like to also apply these to Karma to make it one of the great crypto success stories that you can tell your grandkids about.

Karma always comes back, you know. Together, we can make Karma awesome.

Thanks for your time!

I love your vision! I think you will take this coin to a great future. I bought Pink coin quite a while ago and remember people said it would never do anything. I sold my pink coin and regret it to this day. This coin reminds me of Pink coin in many ways. A great community, and now a potential great developer. With a strong community and developer great things can happen. I am fully confident this coin can get to 150 sats and beyond. Of course that is only my opinion. But you seem dedicated. Having a decicated community and developer is half the battle Smiley I will be investing some more money into Karma coin soon. Cannot wait to see how this all turns out!
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June 10, 2017, 07:07:19 PM
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I really want to store my Karma coins in a windows wallet. But, there isn't really an official one yet? I am not sure if I feel safe storing my coins in a community set up wallet. Any idea when we will have an official wallet? Thanks
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I really want to store my Karma coins in a windows wallet. But, there isn't really an official one yet? I am not sure if I feel safe storing my coins in a community set up wallet. Any idea when we will have an official wallet? Thanks

it was posted many times.

givekarma.net is the site. scroll down and download your operator wallet or compile it yourself from the source code.

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June 10, 2017, 11:10:46 PM
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And why you dont buy it? OR at least update the first post so that we could see more information , like total supply or other informations
Edit: the coins from cryptsy are in possesion of the devs or somebody else?

I contacted the guy in charge of the recovered Cryptsy wallets. He mentioned that he destroyed the wallet copy once it was claimed. He didn't say by who, but said he tried his best to contact each coin. He just did it on the old thread.

Some guy who tried to claim the Dogecoin wallet because he had 100 Doge (!) tried to claim the Karma wallet. I don't know if he was successful, but maybe.

Cryptsy went offline 145 days ago, and I don't see any big wallets that have been touched in under 300 days. The more active wallets seem to start under 300m coins. (They may have had 1 large reserve wallet and several smaller wallets. Not sure how that worked.)

Wallet might be broken down to thousands of wallets. so i am not sure if you can tell just by staring at explorer. But you make a point. at least the coins havent move.

That person should come forward here..


By the way, you still have MintPal's Karma wallet in your possession, right? How many coins does it have in it? 7 billion or something? What's the address?

Do you have a plan for that?

yes i have it. the plan was to return %92 of them to each user in there. emails were sent. many times. over a period of a year or more most was claimed. the rest was suppose be decided if either distribute the rest back to the users for %100 back & burn the coins, or burn the coins and leave it at %92.

Since the momentum has died out and i rarely get any emails or users care to come here. i will most likely burn them
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June 11, 2017, 12:50:41 AM
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By the way, you still have MintPal's Karma wallet in your possession, right? How many coins does it have in it? 7 billion or something? What's the address?

Do you have a plan for that?

yes i have it. the plan was to return %92 of them to each user in there. emails were sent. many times. over a period of a year or more most was claimed. the rest was suppose be decided if either distribute the rest back to the users for %100 back & burn the coins, or burn the coins and leave it at %92.

Since the momentum has died out and i rarely get any emails or users care to come here. i will most likely burn them

Good to know, and thank you for looking after them.

What's the address? Or one of the addresses?

We could probably use them for development, since they are a valuable resource. Then Karma could benefit as a whole.

What does everyone else think? At 1 satoshi the 6.6 billion coins are worth $181,00 in BTC right now. At 5 satoshis, $955,000. Of course, we wouldn't sell many of them, or all at the same time, but this just puts it into perspective.

Karma could do amazing things with it.

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Use the coins for development... and get a redhead on the website... blonds are overrated Grin
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June 11, 2017, 02:14:26 AM
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Use the coins for development... and get a redhead on the website... blonds are overrated Grin

The blonde was only $1 for the license. The redhead was $3. I'm cheap.

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June 11, 2017, 03:41:09 AM
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By the way, you still have MintPal's Karma wallet in your possession, right? How many coins does it have in it? 7 billion or something? What's the address?

Do you have a plan for that?

yes i have it. the plan was to return %92 of them to each user in there. emails were sent. many times. over a period of a year or more most was claimed. the rest was suppose be decided if either distribute the rest back to the users for %100 back & burn the coins, or burn the coins and leave it at %92.

Since the momentum has died out and i rarely get any emails or users care to come here. i will most likely burn them

Good to know, and thank you for looking after them.

What's the address? Or one of the addresses?

We could probably use them for development, since they are a valuable resource. Then Karma could benefit as a whole.

What does everyone else think? At 1 satoshi the 6.6 billion coins are worth $181,00 in BTC right now. At 5 satoshis, $955,000. Of course, we wouldn't sell many of them, or all at the same time, but this just puts it into perspective.

Karma could do amazing things with it.

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I was looking for some kind of transparency report for the coins but couldn't find it. Can you paste it here?

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Recovered Mintpal Coins

Initial number of coins: xxxxxxx
Karma Address: xxxxxxx
Number of users who claimed: xx
Number of claimed coins: xxxxxxx
Current value: xxxxxxxx

or something like that...

That way, the Karma community will know the state of the Karma coins.

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June 11, 2017, 03:54:00 AM
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Is karmacoin in YoBit safe?

It can not be transferred to Wallet by maintenance.

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June 11, 2017, 07:12:25 AM
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Is karmacoin in YoBit safe?

It can not be transferred to Wallet by maintenance.

Karma wallet on Yobit isn't fixed and nobody can withdraw from there,so don't buy karma from Yobit.

Yobit want money from many coins to fix their wallets,from 0.2 btc upwards.


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June 11, 2017, 10:35:01 AM
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Karma.conf
karma.conf
karmacoin.conf

Hey.. sorry for your troubles. Between the three, karma.conf is fine.

Let us know how it works.

Thanks

So with karma.conf i get a runtime error it crashes it tells me tell the aplication team (I can't cut and paste the text it's an image) . so then i go delete the karma.conf and it runs fine but doesn't connect to the netowrk. i tried the help/debug put the nodes one by one nothing still not connecting.

do you have karma.conf and it's working? what text do you have in there maybe that's the problem?

Hi. Here is what you can do:

[Note: back up your wallet.dat file before you do the following. It is in your appdata\roaming\karma\ folder. And just to be safe, you might as well make a copy of that, too]

1. Close the wallet, then create a text file: c:\users\YOUR-NAME\appdata\roaming\karma\karma.conf (or on linux, ~/.karma/karma.conf) and paste the following into it:

addnode=67.173.120.250:9432
addnode=91.153.109.149:49522
addnode=78.214.167.61:11081
addnode=69.130.152.117:51308
addnode=96.230.110.235:9333
addnode=128.173.185.170:9333
addnode=45.55.176.26:9333

2. Delete everything in %appdata%/karma except wallet.dat and karma.conf

3. (re)start the Karma wallet.


Thank you @kosmost   !!!!!!!!!!!!!

I followed your great instructions and I have 2 active connections! Yeaahhhh!

Ok, how long do you think till it's synced so I can move the coins? Or maybe you have bootstrap?

Thanks again and I'll look forward to future development of this cool named coin!



I'm glad it helped Smiley

Syncing depends on how powerful your computer is. Unfortunately, there is no bootstrap file at this time but it's something we should have.

You're very welcome!

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June 11, 2017, 10:54:51 AM
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Hopefully, if the community is willing to accept me as the new leader of Karma, then we can fix the wallet, list on bigger exchanges, and lots of other great things for this coin.

But we need to move fast before Karma takes its last breath.

What do we have to lose?

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June 11, 2017, 02:33:26 PM
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Any existing pool for mining Karmacoin?

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June 11, 2017, 02:34:10 PM
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Hopefully, if the community is willing to accept me as the new leader of Karma, then we can fix the wallet, list on bigger exchanges, and lots of other great things for this coin.

But we need to move fast before Karma takes its last breath.

What do we have to lose?

Welcome back kosmost! I remember having 12k euro in karmacoin 3-4 years ago and I was telling all my friends about karmacoin. You should definitely be our new leader.
I accept you as our leader! I will try to get the word out the coming days that karma is back and it is probably a good idea to make a slack channel and telegram group.
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June 11, 2017, 02:42:02 PM
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Is karmacoin in YoBit safe?

It can not be transferred to Wallet by maintenance.

Karma wallet on Yobit isn't fixed and nobody can withdraw from there,so don't buy karma from Yobit.

Yobit want money from many coins to fix their wallets,from 0.2 btc upwards.

Serisouly? SO my karmacoins are worthless now? Many people have karma coins there...what will they do with them?
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June 11, 2017, 04:15:58 PM
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The Karma coin on Yobit is worthless? I read Yobit was okay to buy Karma coin at. So basically....it is worthless? Or is there a way to get it off?
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Coinmarketcap has only Yobit as the exchanger that sells Karma coin. So....I thought we can only buy it there?
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