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May 20, 2014, 12:21:20 AM
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Last Updated: 30/11/2017 - 1:00PM GMT







What is a Coin Swap?

A coin swap is when a cryptocurrency moves from one blockchain to another.
As the coins on one blockchain may be incompatible with the new one, it becomes necessary to initiate a swap so no users lose out on their coins.

CasinoCoin will be moving to a Ripple-based blockchain (switching from the old blockchain which is Litecoin-based).
This move comes with many advantages, including faster transaction times, increased coin supply,
a bulletproof blockchain technology which is necessary for advanced features such as KYC (Know Your Customer) and AML (Anti Money Laundering).




Why is CasinoCoin doing a Coin Swap?

A new team recently took over the CasinoCoin project and formed a foundation with the aim of creating real world utility for the cryptocurrency.
You can read more about this at: https://casinocoin.org/casinocoin-launches-foundation-in-isle-of-man/

As part of developing real world usage, we believe a new blockchain and larger supply of coins is necessary to achieve our objective.
The new blockchain is based on Ripple technology, which features more advanced infrastructure and results in world-class speed and security of the blockchain.
The larger supply of coins will put CasinoCoin more in line with the scale of the global online gambling market which is estimated to be worth €54 billion by 2020.




How to participate in Coin Swap?

Step-by-step details of the coin swap process are available at: https://casinocoin.org/coinswap#guide




CasinoCoin (CSC)

Windows 32 bit: Version 4.0.2
Windows 64 bit: Version 4.0.2
Linux (Debian): Version 4.0.2
Android: Coming Soon
iOS: Coming Soon
GitHub: Source Code

CasinoCoin Classic (CXX)

Windows: Version 3.0.0
Android: Version 0.2.0
GitHub: Source Code




History update will be added soon.




Alcurex
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NLexch
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Crypto Coins News: CasinoCoin Announces Coin Swap (Link)
CalvinAyre: CasinoCoin announces move to new blockchain (Link)
EGR: CasinoCoin appoints Kindred, Gamesys and DraftKings execs to advisory board (Link)
NewsBTC: Senior Executives Join CasinoCoin Advisory Board (Link)
LCB: CasinoCoin Kicks Off In Regulated Gambling Industry (Link)
TheMerkle: CasinoCoin Launches Foundation in Isle of Man (Link)
iGaming Times: CasinoCoin relaunched for regulated operators (Link)
SBC News: Double C Foundation seeks to bring crypto into play with relaunch of CasinoCoin (Link)
Inter Game: CasinoCoin relaunched for regulated igaming operators (Link)
Totally Gaming: CasinoCoin set for relaunch courtesy of the Double C Foundation (Link)




22 November 2017: CasinoCoin announces coin swap (Link)
2 October 2017: Senior executives join CasinoCoin advisory board (Link)
19 September 2017: CasinoCoin launches foundation in Isle of Man (Link)







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May 20, 2014, 01:22:20 AM
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whether added some new features in the new version?
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May 20, 2014, 01:35:48 AM
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both pools listed i'm having issues with. Its definitely on their side. Anyone else?
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May 20, 2014, 01:47:40 AM
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both pools listed i'm having issues with. Its definitely on their side. Anyone else?
Whats going on no issues for me currently at bit raise
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May 20, 2014, 01:54:33 AM
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oh,the logo , just so so

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May 20, 2014, 02:04:53 AM
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Hello

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CartmanSPC one of the first casinocoiners around here!
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May 20, 2014, 04:33:25 AM
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maybe a stupid question, but will csc  be ok without some 100% 24/7 up and running nodes? The old one was seed1., seed2. etc .

CSC: CbWj7p9dgaSZHn8SrK1FS2VjHn8JK6JY3m
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both pools listed i'm having issues with. Its definitely on their side. Anyone else?
Whats going on no issues for me currently at bit raise

for some reason it says my account was locked (even tho i just created it). I reset account/pw to my email. I've tried 3-4 times on both web-based pools over the last 3-4 hours. No success. I did not try to P2Pool.
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May 20, 2014, 04:53:07 AM
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both pools listed i'm having issues with. Its definitely on their side. Anyone else?
Whats going on no issues for me currently at bit raise

for some reason it says my account was locked (even tho i just created it). I reset account/pw to my email. I've tried 3-4 times on both web-based pools over the last 3-4 hours. No success. I did not try to P2Pool.
I can't connect to my account @ megamineros either but I'm sure we can solve yours and my problems both pool owners are dedicated to supporting CSC
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May 20, 2014, 06:15:14 AM
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Bitraise.me is currently running 1.2.0. Seems to work fine. Also got alot of new miners ^^
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May 20, 2014, 07:24:47 AM
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Just checked the server at www.megamineros.com/CSC, and even though i updated to the new version yesterday it seems like we are on the wrong block chain today after the fork?Huh Am i missing something here, there is not anything else i need to change do i??

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May 20, 2014, 07:34:04 AM
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Just checked the server at www.megamineros.com/CSC, and even though i updated to the new version yesterday it seems like we are on the wrong block chain today after the fork?Huh Am i missing something here, there is not anything else i need to change do i??

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Any idea on how to check if your on the right blockchain? then ill also check bitraise.me
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May 20, 2014, 07:45:08 AM
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Just checked the server at www.megamineros.com/CSC, and even though i updated to the new version yesterday it seems like we are on the wrong block chain today after the fork?Huh Am i missing something here, there is not anything else i need to change do i??

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I think you are on the correct chain it is matching u with my wallet and alt explorer is about 200~ blocks ahead(they are yet to update..), sorry was just having a quick nap bit raise I believe you are on the same chain as 1.2 = correct chain please visit irc
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May 20, 2014, 07:55:02 AM
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I can confirm that http://xpool.net:8840/ is on the v1.2 blockchain.
coinwarz.com is on the v1.2 blockchain as well.

Edit: Please change xpool.net:8840 to 0% in the OP please.

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May 20, 2014, 09:08:23 AM
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Explorers should be updated asap. Every thing else is running smooth further on.

I have 3 to 4 connections all the time, so syncing goes very well!



I am happy to read that Cheesy
I will be checking the diff graph in coinwarz to see how does the new retarget system perform Wink

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May 20, 2014, 09:12:12 AM
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Greetings everyone,

This coin has been added to http://www.onebtcplace.com!

No signups required simply point your Casincoin address to one of the three ports below!

URL (difficulty Cool: stratum+tcp://stratum.onebtcplace.com:3874
URL (Variable difficulty): stratum+tcp://stratum.onebtcplace.com:6874
URL (difficulty 256): stratum+tcp://stratum.onebtcplace.com:9874

ONEBTCPLACE uses the PROP (proportional) reward system. 1% of the total block reward gets paid to the pool while the remaining block reward gets paid to the miners. Payouts are automatically sent every hour.

If this coin or ANY of our coins maintain 25 or more workers for a 24 hour period, one miners address will be picked at random to receive the 1% block reward fee for an entire week! So start mining at http://www.onebtcplace.com today!

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May 20, 2014, 09:48:01 AM
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Did a recompile, and after a complete blockchain update it seems we are now on the correct block chain!!! So https://www.megamineros.com/CSC is back online again! Sorry for the lost shares between 445000 and 445900 those where on the wrong chain and can not be recovered.

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May 20, 2014, 09:54:47 AM
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Did a recompile, and after a complete blockchain update it seems we are now on the correct block chain!!! So https://www.megamineros.com/CSC is back online again! Sorry for the lost shares between 445000 and 445900 those where on the wrong chain and can not be recovered.

It's ok! Thanks for reporting. We can mine now at mega again!

Edit: I want to do a password reset on my account there, but is not enabled?
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May 20, 2014, 10:01:35 AM
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@casinocoin: Update the website http://casinocoin.org/resources.html

downloads point to old version...
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May 20, 2014, 10:09:26 AM
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Did a recompile, and after a complete blockchain update it seems we are now on the correct block chain!!! So https://www.megamineros.com/CSC is back online again! Sorry for the lost shares between 445000 and 445900 those where on the wrong chain and can not be recovered.

It's ok! Thanks for reporting. We can mine now at mega again!

Edit: I want to do a password reset on my account there, but is not enabled?

Enter your PIN and click on Unlock. You should then receive an email with a link to edit your account. Open that link and then you should be able to change your password.

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