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June 12, 2017, 08:19:10 PM
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kosmost I'm trying to recover my old wallet, but I would like to get a safe link to the wallet so I can install it safely. Could you provide it? Thanks in advance

PC, Mac, or Linux?

I have a unrelated question you seam very knoledgeble maybe know the answer: if I take a Karma wallet.dat file and put it on the linux will it work? Right now all my windows qt wallets have that wallet.dat but I'm thinking to move over to Linux so I don't have to use the 2 operating systems it's a pain but i'm not sure if the wallet files will work?

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yes, it's designed to work with either. Just make sure you back up your wallets.

Though if you use both at the same time there could be a problem, because the addresses would be different I think.

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June 12, 2017, 08:23:48 PM
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FYI things with yobit maintenance is finally fixed.

wallets seems to be up to date and all withdrawals and deposits are working.

Untill Karm is listed on another exchange we can use only yobit.net

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June 12, 2017, 08:25:53 PM
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FYI things with yobit maintenance is finally fixed.

wallets seems to be up to date and all withdrawals and deposits are working.

Untill Karm is listed on another exchange we can use only yobit.net

Have a nice evening!

Great news. Thanks!

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June 12, 2017, 08:41:06 PM
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I can't find a working link for the wallet.
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June 12, 2017, 08:55:24 PM
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Here's part 2 of what I have been working on

http://www.karmaplex.com

This is a draft to show people what the future of Karma could be like. Imagine a place where every type of person could come to see videos of people doing nice things, powered by Karma!

A Karma video site makes it easy to understand what Karma is and how it can be used for good things.

For users:

Step 1) Upload a video of yourself doing something nice for family, your community, strangers, whatever to YouTube. You must mention Karmacoin in the video if you want Karma [free advertising for us, and allows us to verify that it is the user]

Step 2) Link to the video on Karmaplex by clicking the 'Share Your Karma Video' link on the upper right

Step 3) Add a title and description. Put your Karmacoin address in the description box

Done!

Karmaplex serves a few purposes. They are:

1) to start adding value right away. Someone could upload a video today. We can continue with the 'giving' for blogs if we want to do that, but of course that will take a few months more of development. I don't think the crypto community could wait that long to see something of value for Karma.

2) possibly integrate some of the purpose of KarmaToken with Karma, but in a far more efficient way. (Though the site would only take Karma to avoid confusion.)

3) open up Karma to everyday people. Then they can see how it can be used in a more practical way

4) present a unique value proposition for Karma. Not many coins can do this. And of course, we have a good name for it!

5) increase the velocity at which coins are used. The more videos we have the more Karma is being exchanged. The more people that see the videos the more potential users we have.

6) increase efficiency with the doing good equation. This shifts the burden from us (via a charity) to users who will upload their videos. Less paperwork and accounting (which charities require), less headache, faster, cheaper, and many more benefits. Also, we can scale to millions of people all around the world, something very few charities can do. Helping more people by being a platform for kindness is good!

We could own the "blockchain of kindness" starting with Karmaplex. It's that simple. It's also something the press wants to hear about over most other cryptocurrencies.

I'll have an introductory video to explain to people how it works made, once we decide whether or not to make use of it. But at first I think just people in the altcoin community would post videos, but anyone could watch them (and be made aware of Karma)

Another point... I think we should go back to 'karmacoin' because it's a bit more recognizable. If someone says that they "have karma" or "bought karma" it might prove confusing. (Or someone saying in a video that they're doing this for karma.) But if we retain "karmacoin" then it is more intuitive.

Thoughts are appreciated...

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June 12, 2017, 09:06:03 PM
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I can't find a working link for the wallet.

Our apologies for the inconvenience. We have recently begun working to revive the coin, including making website updates. For now, please see the windows wallet at http://karmacoin.net/wallets/Karmacoin_windows.zip

(if you need another version for Mac or Linux let me know)

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June 12, 2017, 10:02:16 PM
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Does anyone that received their coins back from the old MintPal wallet have an address they'd like to share (to where you received coins)? Looks like it's not going to be easy.

Thanks in advance!

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June 12, 2017, 10:09:03 PM
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To get Karmaplex started, would there be anyone willing upload a video from the kindness of your heart, with the possibility of receiving Karma from others?

When there's some interest then I'll write up a short tutorial (if you need it).

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June 12, 2017, 10:14:29 PM
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I think the first exchange we try to get onto should be bleutrade.com. This could happen as soon as the main website is finished.

they've been good to Karma since 2014 and very helpful. If we do the same volume we did a few days ago on YoBit, we could be their #3 coin! They also have a Doge pairing, as noted by luckyguy

After that, Bittrex and Cryptopia.

What does everyone think?

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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

To clear up mintpal coins. The claims have stalled for past months. or maybe a year. i tried to contact remaining users via email many time.

Who ever responded got their %92.3 of their coins back in two rounds. First round %90 of their coins. and second round ~%2.3.

The remaining of the unclaimed coins will be burned soon as i figure out best method. Once they are burn all the info about the burn and the burn address will be public. Consider those coins dead.
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June 13, 2017, 02:06:24 AM
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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

To clear up mintpal coins. The claims have stalled for past months. or maybe a year. i tried to contact remaining users via email many time.

Who ever responded got their %92.3 of their coins back in two rounds. First round %90 of their coins. and second round ~%2.3.

The remaining of the unclaimed coins will be burned soon as i figure out best method. Once they are burn all the info about the burn and the burn address will be public. Consider those coins dead.

But they're not dead Smiley

Let's ask the Karma community what should be done about the coins. (You implied that they were never asked.) If most of the coins were not returned, wouldn't they belong to the community by default?

Why not help Karma?

Also, you still have not provided the address. Why is that?

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June 13, 2017, 02:13:11 AM
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Cryptsy coins: stolen by an anonymous bitcointalk user, never to be seen again

MintPal coins: in your possession, and many of the coins could not be returned. You'd rather burn them than use them to help Karma grow.

How about all the Crypsty folks? What do they get? Shouldn't we care more about the Karma community? This is karma, after all.

But if you don't want to provide the address (should be simple enough) then it just seems off. Is it a secret?

How many coins? You still didn't say, but isn't it somewhere around 6 or 7 billion?

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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

To clear up mintpal coins. The claims have stalled for past months. or maybe a year. i tried to contact remaining users via email many time.

Who ever responded got their %92.3 of their coins back in two rounds. First round %90 of their coins. and second round ~%2.3.

The remaining of the unclaimed coins will be burned soon as i figure out best method. Once they are burn all the info about the burn and the burn address will be public. Consider those coins dead.

But they're not dead Smiley

Let's ask the Karma community what should be done about the coins. If most of the coins were not returned, wouldn't they belong to the community by default?

Why not help Karma?

Also, you still have not provided the address. Why is that?

haha. Kosmost welcome back. But you can't waltz in here and demand stuff you have no place in.

The coins belonged to the traders. go find them and ask them for the wallet info. i wont be sharing their info here. back in 2015 when those few dealt with this while you were gone, they knew the info.

No, those coins do no belong to you, they do not belong to anyone but the traders who paid money for.  who ever cared or was able to get my emails/tweets and fb msgs for years came back and filled the claim. some didn't bothered. the deed is done. the rest if getting burned.

When i am done. i will share the info to the people who worked with me on designing the claim structure. East , Andre , Ryan , etc. they can come and vouch if they care. I don't need to provide anything here. i know i did the right thing. Who ever sent claims got them. over %66 of coins got returned.

please drop this. my mintpal claims have been ongoing since march 2015. you had a long time to voice you opinion.
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June 13, 2017, 02:26:21 AM
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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

To clear up mintpal coins. The claims have stalled for past months. or maybe a year. i tried to contact remaining users via email many time.

Who ever responded got their %92.3 of their coins back in two rounds. First round %90 of their coins. and second round ~%2.3.

The remaining of the unclaimed coins will be burned soon as i figure out best method. Once they are burn all the info about the burn and the burn address will be public. Consider those coins dead.

But they're not dead Smiley

Let's ask the Karma community what should be done about the coins. If most of the coins were not returned, wouldn't they belong to the community by default?

Why not help Karma?

Also, you still have not provided the address. Why is that?

haha. Kosmost welcome back. But you can't waltz in here and demand stuff you have no place in.

The coins belonged to the traders. go find them and ask them for the wallet info. i wont be sharing their info here. back in 2015 when those few dealt with this while you were gone, they knew the info.

No, those coins do no belong to you, they do not belong to anyone but the traders who paid money for.  who ever cared or was able to get my emails/tweets and fb msgs for years came back and filled the claim. some didn't bothered. the deed is done. the rest if getting burned.

When i am done. i will share the info to the people who worked with me on designing the claim structure. East , Andre , Ryan , etc. they can come and vouch if they care. I don't need to provide anything here. i know i did the right thing. Who ever sent claims got them. over %66 of coins got returned.

please drop this. my mintpal claims have been ongoing since march 2015. you had a long time to voice you opinion.


I checked the threads. You never provided the address of the wallet. So I am asking now. What is the address of the wallet? Simple question.

Can I "waltz in here" and ask for the address? Why not just provide it?

Telling the address does not transfer the funds into my Swiss bank account, obviously. It's just a matter of transparency. I'm not the suspicious actor in this case.

I have been entrusted with 10+ billion coins before, 100% returned without a single coin lost. But for some reason providing the address is really difficult? I'm sure I am speaking for many members of the community.. Why is it a difficult question?

Doesn't the Karma community deserve to know?

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June 13, 2017, 02:33:35 AM
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I said it above. I will not provide the info. Well maybe after they get burned i may try to provide enough info, or may not. the mintpal coin's are dead. no wallet info will be shared. We can go back and forth all you want, but you'll only be spamming and bringing more drama to this thread.
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June 13, 2017, 02:36:19 AM
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I said it above. I will not provide the info. Well maybe after they get burned i may try to provide enough info, or may not. the mintpal coin's are dead. no wallet info will be shared. We can go back and forth all you want, but you'll only be spamming and bringing more drama to this thread.


Obviously, I am trying to bring new life into the coin. I prefer to resolve all open issues, not just this one.

The reason I continue to ask is because you continue to avoid sharing PUBLIC information. It's not private, it's on the Karma blockchain. You're doing your best to keep this public information secret, which warrants attention. It's very reasonable to ask these questions regarding this OPEN issue. It's not dead at all, because the coins exist somewhere. (More specifically, they are in your possession.)

Telling the address does nothing harmful, as you know. Do you really have a good reason not to share the address? I can't think of any. Maybe it's because of my low IQ, but please help me here.

I will continue to go "back and forth" until this matter is properly resolved. That's how issues get resolved.

Just provide the address, please. Then we can avoid whatever drama you think will flow on these pages.

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June 13, 2017, 02:43:29 AM
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I said it above. I will not provide the info. Well maybe after they get burned i may try to provide enough info, or may not. the mintpal coin's are dead. no wallet info will be shared. We can go back and forth all you want, but you'll only be spamming and bringing more drama to this thread.


It seems that you agree that you are not providing enough info.

Would you also agree that it seems suspicious? It seems to some others like you've stolen the coins, so it may be better to just post the address. But I wouldn't want anyone to think that, because we worked closely together before and I have nothing against you at all. Providing the address will help to satisfy the questions that a few members of the community have posed to me.

Doing it for Karma, not my own benefit. I really don't have time for this kind of drama.

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June 13, 2017, 03:31:31 AM
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kosmost I'm trying to recover my old wallet, but I would like to get a safe link to the wallet so I can install it safely. Could you provide it? Thanks in advance

PC, Mac, or Linux?

I have a unrelated question you seam very knoledgeble maybe know the answer: if I take a Karma wallet.dat file and put it on the linux will it work? Right now all my windows qt wallets have that wallet.dat but I'm thinking to move over to Linux so I don't have to use the 2 operating systems it's a pain but i'm not sure if the wallet files will work?

Thanks.

yes, it's designed to work with either. Just make sure you back up your wallets.

Though if you use both at the same time there could be a problem, because the addresses would be different I think.

Ok thanks. Is there a link to an instruction how to install the Linux QT wallet? I have never installed one, if you don't have instruction for Karma it can be any QT once I know one I'll figure Karma's version. Thanks.

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June 13, 2017, 04:34:16 AM
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I can't find a working link for the wallet.

Our apologies for the inconvenience. We have recently begun working to revive the coin, including making website updates. For now, please see the windows wallet at http://karmacoin.net/wallets/Karmacoin_windows.zip

(if you need another version for Mac or Linux let me know)

Almost forgot. You'll need to add nodes to connect. There are two methods:

1) create a karma.conf file:  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=579973.msg19477939#msg19477939

2) add them from the wallet console: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=579973.msg19471894#msg19471894

let us know if you need any other help

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June 13, 2017, 04:36:05 AM
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kosmost I'm trying to recover my old wallet, but I would like to get a safe link to the wallet so I can install it safely. Could you provide it? Thanks in advance

PC, Mac, or Linux?

I have a unrelated question you seam very knoledgeble maybe know the answer: if I take a Karma wallet.dat file and put it on the linux will it work? Right now all my windows qt wallets have that wallet.dat but I'm thinking to move over to Linux so I don't have to use the 2 operating systems it's a pain but i'm not sure if the wallet files will work?

Thanks.

yes, it's designed to work with either. Just make sure you back up your wallets.

Though if you use both at the same time there could be a problem, because the addresses would be different I think.

Ok thanks. Is there a link to an instruction how to install the Linux QT wallet? I have never installed one, if you don't have instruction for Karma it can be any QT once I know one I'll figure Karma's version. Thanks.

Please refer to the above. We had version karmacoin-0.8.6.2.4-amd64.deb of the Linux wallet, but the current version is 0.8.6.2.5.

Hope this helps. If not, please let us know Smiley

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