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Author Topic: [ANN][CLAM] CLAMs, Proof-Of-Chain, Proof-Of-Working-Stake, a.k.a. "Clamcoin"  (Read 1148401 times)
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December 09, 2014, 05:36:08 AM
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So how do I uncover my private keys if my wallet is already encrypted?
You can unlock the wallet for a specified number of seconds by entering this into the console:
walletpassphrase <passphrase> <number of seconds to unlock>

Then enter into the console: dumpprivkey <address>
Thank you good sir. I shall try this.

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December 09, 2014, 06:07:39 AM
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To clarify, can I send the coins to another address in my wallet? Would that be safe? Since I won't be digging up the private key for that address. Right?

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December 09, 2014, 08:14:30 AM
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Hi
Can someone help me please.
How do I claim CLAM from my blockchain wallet?

Thanks

Yes, this guide will help. You can export your keys from Blockchain.info and then import them into the CLAMclient: http://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/questions/17318/migrate-from-blockchain-info-to-bitcoin-qt
As always it is recommended that you remove any BTC from that account before claiming your CLAMs.

If you would like more help then stop into the CLAMs IRC channel at: http://webchat.freenode.net/?channels=clams

Long Live the Great CLAM Smiley

Thanks for the help  Smiley
I go through all this and all i got is Invalid private key (code -5)  Huh

same here!?

Theres a known issue with importing a BTC/DOGE or LTC key into the client using  importprivkey, it will be fixed in the next release. It was missed, but the influx of new users digging clams from sources other then wallet.dat files made it clear. 

The issue will be resolved in the next client release. Until then, just-dice.com's dig command will work.

Thanks xploited  Smiley
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December 09, 2014, 08:17:37 AM
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I'm now accepting CLAM for silver orders:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=841485.msg9783804#msg9783804

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December 09, 2014, 08:22:12 AM
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To clarify, can I send the coins to another address in my wallet? Would that be safe? Since I won't be digging up the private key for that address. Right?

There are two cases:

* If you plan to import the wallet.dat into the CLAM client, you should move your coins to a new WALLET first. The wallet.dat you import includes the next 100 addresses that wallet will generate, so when you think you're making a new address, you really aren't.

* If you plan to import just individual private keys into JD's /dig command, then there's no need to make a new wallet, just more the coins to a different ADDRESS.

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December 09, 2014, 08:42:35 AM
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To clarify, can I send the coins to another address in my wallet? Would that be safe? Since I won't be digging up the private key for that address. Right?

There are two cases:

* If you plan to import the wallet.dat into the CLAM client, you should move your coins to a new WALLET first. The wallet.dat you import includes the next 100 addresses that wallet will generate, so when you think you're making a new address, you really aren't.

* If you plan to import just individual private keys into JD's /dig command, then there's no need to make a new wallet, just more the coins to a different ADDRESS.
The second option is what I did. Thank you for your help. I dug up ~18 clams. Cheesy

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December 09, 2014, 08:56:53 AM
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Sponge bob knew it!

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December 09, 2014, 09:01:58 AM
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If anyone reads this that has the knowledge of how all of this actually works, please correct me if I'm wrong:

The coins in the initial distribution were sent to public addresses, accessible to the private keys. So what this means is that it doesn't matter if you claim them now or a year from now, they will still be accessible (basically, we have the coins already, we just haven't imported our address yet -- so it's like cold storage), correct?
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December 09, 2014, 09:08:55 AM
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Has anyone posted in the Litecoin forums or the Dogecoin forums?

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December 09, 2014, 09:51:08 AM
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If anyone reads this that has the knowledge of how all of this actually works, please correct me if I'm wrong:

The coins in the initial distribution were sent to public addresses, accessible to the private keys. So what this means is that it doesn't matter if you claim them now or a year from now, they will still be accessible (basically, we have the coins already, we just haven't imported our address yet -- so it's like cold storage), correct?

Exactly.

Except it's not like cold storage if your BTC (or whatever) wallet is online - because anyone stealing your BTC keys also gets your CLAM.

Notice that the distribution method has a funny side effect for the (very few) people who used the same private key on all three coins: they get three sets of 4.6 CLAM at their address.

For example:

All four of these addresses have the same private key. I don't know what it is, but it's the same:

   BTC: http://blockchain.info/address/1s9VR8ofhyTrTfRKTReckvUwQWmsBVjU4
  DOGE: http://dogechain.info/address/D61F2g5Sy7skPTr243RDAX65pYF5GFrYm6
   LTC: http://block-explorer.com/address/LL66kdSdkNDX7GMaVbQwtmzF9ct3zUy3Hf
  CLAM: http://khashier.com/address/x9AnPHyGwRTVtqmHfw4K3wDGAWp1FwDoTv

All three of BTC, DOGE, and LTC were funded on 12th May 2014 (the snapshot date) and so the CLAM address got 3 sets of 4.6 CLAMs.

Edit: I was wondering why anyone would use the same private key for three different coins. My best guess is that it's a "brain wallet" and the private key is the sha256 hash of a passphrase or something.

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December 09, 2014, 10:03:03 AM
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If anyone reads this that has the knowledge of how all of this actually works, please correct me if I'm wrong:

The coins in the initial distribution were sent to public addresses, accessible to the private keys. So what this means is that it doesn't matter if you claim them now or a year from now, they will still be accessible (basically, we have the coins already, we just haven't imported our address yet -- so it's like cold storage), correct?

Exactly.

Except it's not like cold storage if your BTC (or whatever) wallet is online - because anyone stealing your BTC keys also gets your CLAM.

Notice that the distribution method has a funny side effect for the (very few) people who used the same private key on all three coins: they get three sets of 4.6 CLAM at their address.

For example:

All four of these addresses have the same private key. I don't know what it is, but it's the same:

   BTC: http://blockchain.info/address/1s9VR8ofhyTrTfRKTReckvUwQWmsBVjU4
  DOGE: http://dogechain.info/address/D61F2g5Sy7skPTr243RDAX65pYF5GFrYm6
   LTC: http://block-explorer.com/address/LL66kdSdkNDX7GMaVbQwtmzF9ct3zUy3Hf
  CLAM: http://khashier.com/address/x9AnPHyGwRTVtqmHfw4K3wDGAWp1FwDoTv

All three of BTC, DOGE, and LTC were funded on 12th May 2014 (the snapshot date) and so the CLAM address got 3 sets of 4.6 CLAMs.

Edit: I was wondering why anyone would use the same private key for three different coins. My best guess is that it's a "brain wallet" and the private key is the sha256 hash of a passphrase or something.

Very interesting! And thanks for the clarification, Smiley.

Now I just need to get things organized/cleaned up so I can deal with claiming CLAMs!
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December 09, 2014, 10:40:29 AM
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I just downloaded and synced clam wallet then imported bitcoin wallet.dat file. Then did the same for litecoin and dogecoin wallet.dat files.
Balance is still zero clams.

Is there any other step I have to do or simply those addresses were empty on May 2014 (can't remember for sure)?
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I just downloaded and synced clam wallet then imported bitcoin wallet.dat file. Then did the same for litecoin and dogecoin wallet.dat files.
Balance is still zero clams.

Is there any other step I have to do or simply those addresses were empty on May 2014 (can't remember for sure)?

You can actually see if the addresses were empty: look in the block explorer for the dates. This makes it much faster/easier to follow.
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I just downloaded and synced clam wallet then imported bitcoin wallet.dat file. Then did the same for litecoin and dogecoin wallet.dat files.
Balance is still zero clams.

Is there any other step I have to do or simply those addresses were empty on May 2014 (can't remember for sure)?

There are no more steps.

Pick an address, and look at https://blockchain.info/charts/balance?format=csv&address=ADDRESS to verify the balance on 12th May 2014.

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December 09, 2014, 10:52:44 AM
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I just downloaded and synced clam wallet then imported bitcoin wallet.dat file. Then did the same for litecoin and dogecoin wallet.dat files.
Balance is still zero clams.

Is there any other step I have to do or simply those addresses were empty on May 2014 (can't remember for sure)?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=623147.msg6982895#msg6982895
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December 09, 2014, 11:00:31 AM
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I just downloaded and synced clam wallet then imported bitcoin wallet.dat file. Then did the same for litecoin and dogecoin wallet.dat files.
Balance is still zero clams.

Is there any other step I have to do or simply those addresses were empty on May 2014 (can't remember for sure)?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=623147.msg6982895#msg6982895


Thx for the link: I used file/importwallet command of clam client (so with clamclient opened and running) without copy/pasting the file from bitcoin/litecoin/dogecoin folder and restarting the client. Is it the same thing?
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December 09, 2014, 01:28:26 PM
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Is it normal for the wallet to sync as slow as it does on my pc?

Been syncing since this morning and still at 27 weeks behind.

I added conf from op.
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December 09, 2014, 02:03:18 PM
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Only 31votes for CLAMS on https://www.cryptsy.com/coinvotes?

You don't want CLAMS on Cryptsy they stake your coins and make it almost impossible to withdraw anything but tiny amounts. I stopped trading there because of this very issue. Once bitten ...never twice

Jon  Wink

It will increase liquidity and demand

Thanks.

How many addresses have not been digged up?
How BTC the address needed to have on May 14th 2014 not be considered a "dust address"?

Total supply of distributed CLAMs is 14,897,662
Only 224,553 were in circulation as of Nov 27, 2014
So you can do the math, that's alot of unclaimed CLAMs.

"Dust" Amounts:
DOGE:  0.01
LTC:    0.00001
BTC:    0.00001

Ok it is a lot of unclaimed coins. How many coins have been claimed on just-dice so far dooglus?

http://coinmarketcap.com/#BTC doesn't list CLAM well because they don't have the market cap in BTC.
It should be number of coins in circulation * market price = 300,000 (estimation of the number of coins in circulation Today) * 0.0054= 1620 BTC
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December 09, 2014, 02:26:27 PM
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i´m trying to export a single private key from my Clam Wallet!

however I get the following error when trying to unlock my wallet from the console:
Error: RPC server was not started, use server=1 to change this. (code -18)

how can I start the RPC server?

thanks

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December 09, 2014, 02:44:38 PM
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I'm in! I don't miss this train.

Clams +  Just Dice = KILLER combination!

1600 btc marketcap for Just dice coin is sooo cheap.

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