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Author Topic: [ANN] ¤ DMD Diamond 3.0 | Scarce ¤ Valuable ¤ Secure | PoS 3.0 | Masternodes 65%  (Read 1179763 times)
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June 10, 2014, 05:54:31 AM
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June 10, 2014, 06:36:04 AM
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Hi,

I have the version 2.0.1.0 of the wallet. Send one week ago some diamonds to Cryptsy and still nothing. On my wallet say Unconfirmed. Maybe someone can tell me whats happening? Also 5 of my diamonds went unconfirmed without advice  Huh

Thanks in advance

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June 10, 2014, 07:33:17 AM
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Hi,

I have the version 2.0.1.0 of the wallet. Send one week ago some diamonds to Cryptsy and still nothing. On my wallet say Unconfirmed. Maybe someone can tell me whats happening? Also 5 of my diamonds went unconfirmed without advice  Huh

Thanks in advance


This is what I get with my regular wallet that is supposedly NOT on testnet, and is supposedly connected to the working network.




Got another one open on another machine that's working fine though . . . it's been open 24 hours a day for over 3 weeks now waiting for a Crypsty resend of coins lost when the wallet went down last time . . .

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June 10, 2014, 07:38:29 AM
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Hi,

I have the version 2.0.1.0 of the wallet. Send one week ago some diamonds to Cryptsy and still nothing. On my wallet say Unconfirmed. Maybe someone can tell me whats happening? Also 5 of my diamonds went unconfirmed without advice  Huh

Thanks in advance


This is what I get with my regular wallet that is supposedly NOT on testnet, and is supposedly connected to the working network.




Got another one open on another machine that's working fine though . . . it's been open 24 hours a day for over 3 weeks now waiting for a Crypsty resend of coins lost when the wallet went down last time . . .

Should i write to Cryptsy support? Cause i dont have any error when i open the wallet, even is in sync but the coins i send are unconfirmed since one week...

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June 10, 2014, 08:32:53 AM
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Hi,

I have the version 2.0.1.0 of the wallet. Send one week ago some diamonds to Cryptsy and still nothing. On my wallet say Unconfirmed. Maybe someone can tell me whats happening? Also 5 of my diamonds went unconfirmed without advice  Huh

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Have you tried starting the wallet with 'repairwallet or savagewallet' flags? They go through the blockchain and try to rebuild it it helped me a few times to 'claim' my coins back (different coins).

If in Windows, use Command Prompt /cmd/ , go to the folder you have your wallet-qt executable file and launch the software with one of the above flags e.g. " diamond-qt.exe -repairwallet " if then first one doesn't help, use the other one.

The error reported by the other user is not related to your case + I doubt Cryptsy would know anything about your coins. Hope that helps.

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June 10, 2014, 09:08:31 AM
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This is what I get with my regular wallet that is supposedly NOT on testnet, and is supposedly connected to the working network.




this error message is a sign of broken local blockchain database
wait for new wallet and resync blockchain

the rare error that was able to corrupt lokal database is one of the fixed issues
u should never suffer again from this problem with new wallet

 
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June 10, 2014, 09:48:22 AM
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Hi,

I have the version 2.0.1.0 of the wallet. Send one week ago some diamonds to Cryptsy and still nothing. On my wallet say Unconfirmed. Maybe someone can tell me whats happening? Also 5 of my diamonds went unconfirmed without advice  Huh

Thanks in advance

Have you tried starting the wallet with 'repairwallet or savagewallet' flags? They go through the blockchain and try to rebuild it it helped me a few times to 'claim' my coins back (different coins).

If in Windows, use Command Prompt /cmd/ , go to the folder you have your wallet-qt executable file and launch the software with one of the above flags e.g. " diamond-qt.exe -repairwallet " if then first one doesn't help, use the other one.

The error reported by the other user is not related to your case + I doubt Cryptsy would know anything about your coins. Hope that helps.

Thanks but it didnt work... someone else with other idea? Devs?

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June 10, 2014, 10:00:13 AM
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Hi,

I have the version 2.0.1.0 of the wallet. Send one week ago some diamonds to Cryptsy and still nothing. On my wallet say Unconfirmed. Maybe someone can tell me whats happening? Also 5 of my diamonds went unconfirmed without advice  Huh

Thanks in advance

Have you tried starting the wallet with 'repairwallet or savagewallet' flags? They go through the blockchain and try to rebuild it it helped me a few times to 'claim' my coins back (different coins).

If in Windows, use Command Prompt /cmd/ , go to the folder you have your wallet-qt executable file and launch the software with one of the above flags e.g. " diamond-qt.exe -repairwallet " if then first one doesn't help, use the other one.

The error reported by the other user is not related to your case + I doubt Cryptsy would know anything about your coins. Hope that helps.

Thanks but it didnt work... someone else with other idea? Devs?

are u sure on right blockchain?
i suggest wait a few days for 2.0.2 wallet and then resync from scratch (delete old blockchain)

if u urgend wana fix with 2.0.1 wallet then delete blockchain and download blockchain from here and resync
https://mega.co.nz/#!qZxFhRwI!OhpHJXjhWC2F17XkKiiBuXKxvN9Wk4uD_z8Td1MtoBA
(You have to replace all files except wallet.dat in your AppData/Roaming/Diamond folder)
If ya have a old backup of wallet.dat i would replace the wallet.dat with that too
to get rid of any transactions in a possible wrong fork



 
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June 10, 2014, 09:24:15 PM
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update:

we have already some beta user with release wallet on real network and everything works without issues
(POS will kick it at total coins 450000 and at that moment a hardfork is created everyone required to update pre 26.june)
we release wallet to public once we get a reply from cryptsy
that they able update their wallet until total coins 450000 (~26.june)

 
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June 11, 2014, 08:55:36 AM
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VISUALIZATION OF DIAMOND ROLL-OUT PLAN
(TOTAL COINS AND POW/POS COINS PER MONTH)




RED LINE = new coins each month produced by POW (numbers on right side)
GREEN LINE = new coins produced each month by POS (numbers on right side)
TOTAL COINS (numbers on left side)
numbers on bottom of graphic are the months (the graphic represent a 30 year timeline)

i think for now market price is driven by insta-selling miners
daily *1500 diamonds have to be bought if people would sell instant

but keep a closer eye on coin specs and check how coin roll-out will develop over next 30 years

beginning with total coins 450000 a 50% POS will be simultaneous active with the 1 DMD POW reward each block
and start the diamond rush (BLUE CIRCLE) on pic

if u analyze that u can see that this POW mining paradise only last a few months
(to be exact until 1 million total diamond are existing)
later most of coins are produced by POS  (GREEN ARROW) and to do so u need to have diamonds

everyone who sell 1 diamonds instant lose like at least 2 diamonds.....
because every diamond u mine now would at least double if u keep holding and pos it over time

the whole design of diamond is to be a wealth storage coin aimed to be a good investment

i  hope this visualization of coin specs long-term effect of  on coin roll-out
can help u realize how valuable diamonds will be once POW is reduced by 90%
and high POS will be main source of coin creation

that coins are required to create more coins (POS)
will be the reason for lower availability of coins on exchanges and increasing prices
remember only coins in ur wallet gather coin-age and can generate POS rewards





 
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June 11, 2014, 12:42:42 PM
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I've succesfully compiled the headless wallet on my QNAP NAS (arm processor).
It wasn't trivial, the wallet code assumes x86 in some places.
Devs let me know if you are interested in which changes I made for arm compatibility.

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June 11, 2014, 01:09:04 PM
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I've succesfully compiled the headless wallet on my QNAP NAS (arm processor).
It wasn't trivial, the wallet code assumes x86 in some places.
Devs let me know if you are interested in which changes I made for arm compatibility.

i think its not only interesting for dev but anyone who try achieve that or a similar goal
i suggest once new source is released and u repeat that

u supply a "howto compile diamondDD on QNAP NAS" which we add to our github as a guide

thx for your effort to explore new possible plattforms to run diamond onto

 
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June 11, 2014, 01:26:28 PM
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I've succesfully compiled the headless wallet on my QNAP NAS (arm processor).
It wasn't trivial, the wallet code assumes x86 in some places.
Devs let me know if you are interested in which changes I made for arm compatibility.

i think its not only interesting for dev but anyone who try achieve that or a similar goal
i suggest once new source is released and u repeat that

u supply a "howto compile diamondDD on QNAP NAS" which we add to our github as a guide

thx for your effort to explore new possible plattforms to run diamond onto


I think the changes should be partly incorporated into the main source three: there are needed changes in the makefile, a couple cpp files and an additional asm file for scrypt arm (+ all the qnap specific things).
when the new sources are available, I'll redo the same, but this time keeping track of all the changes ;-)

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June 11, 2014, 04:38:30 PM
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Is Diamond still minable or strictly PoS now?


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June 11, 2014, 07:35:55 PM
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Is Diamond still minable or strictly PoS now?


https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=580725.msg7247130#msg7247130

 
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June 12, 2014, 03:37:51 AM
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buy/mine now remember its long term wealth cant wait to  see what happens next
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June 12, 2014, 07:57:41 AM
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I think you should list the pools in the OP in ascending hashrate order, so new miners will more likely come to the smaller ones, resulting in a better hashrate distribution.

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June 12, 2014, 12:52:59 PM
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For pow solo mining, Do I have to unlock my wallet or something? or do any other changes inside the dmd wallet?

I am trying to solo mine with the diamond kernel, no blocks until now.

Might be bad luck Smiley

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June 12, 2014, 01:53:35 PM
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For pow solo mining, Do I have to unlock my wallet or something? or do any other changes inside the dmd wallet?

I am trying to solo mine with the diamond kernel, no blocks until now.

Might be bad luck Smiley
use the unlock for minting button
i wasted a night of mining too forgot to unlock 20 stale blocks......

so avoid this i always suggest use a new wallet without password for mining

and once a day transfer the earned coins to ur main wallet

 
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June 12, 2014, 02:05:52 PM
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For pow solo mining, Do I have to unlock my wallet or something? or do any other changes inside the dmd wallet?

I am trying to solo mine with the diamond kernel, no blocks until now.

Might be bad luck Smiley
use the unlock for minting button
i wasted a night of mining too forgot to unlock 20 stale blocks......

so avoid this i always suggest use a new wallet without password for mining

and once a day transfer the earned coins to ur main wallet


Thank you! I just hit my first block Smiley
quite lucky

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