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Author Topic: [ANN][CLAM] CLAMs, Proof-Of-Chain, Proof-Of-Working-Stake, a.k.a. "Clamcoin"  (Read 1111306 times)
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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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December 09, 2014, 03:26:51 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
you have to add server=1 in your .conf file located in appdata(windows).

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December 09, 2014, 04:48:54 PM
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CLAMS are skyrocketing  Grin
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December 09, 2014, 04:49:48 PM
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I have open a reddit

https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/2ork66/you_can_get_free_bitcoins_with_clam/

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December 09, 2014, 05:03:36 PM
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As I said, this train is leaving. Take it now or cry next week.

Everybody want CLAMs to invest in Just-Dice. Price can only go up

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December 09, 2014, 05:10:24 PM
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is this the second wave of clam payouts?

if i already had my payouts in may i won't get any additional clams if i import the key file?
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December 09, 2014, 05:17:31 PM
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If most exchanges keep coins in a separate address for each user, then they will control the vast majority of clams. Most users probably keep all their coins in one address if they run a wallet on their computer.

Although you are partially correct, most users do not quite understand how the standard wallet functions.

CLAMS were sent to unique addresses with unspent OUTPUTS.  
Most even marginally active personal wallets, which haven't sent their entire balance (combining outputs) should have multiple unspent outputs in multiple addresses.

Indeed, as a common measure of security and privacy, it is ALWAYS recommended that users use a different receive address for each payment they receive.

In addition, a commonly unknown fact is that the client automatically creates 100 "change" addresses, in the background.  Each and every time you send a coin from one place to the next, all outputs utilized must be allocated entirely.  This means that your payment goes to the receiving address, and the rest of those ouputs arrives in what are called "change" addresses.

A long-winded explanation to a commonly misunderstood concept; our apologies.

BTC wallet with coin?
BTC wallet which HAD coins roughly a handful of days ago when we did our data scrape of the block chains.  You could quite safely send those coins wherever you please at this point, and it would not affect your current balance of CLAMS on the clam network.


How can I get my CLAMS?plz post detail.

Happy to help if you have a specific issue.  Detailed instructions can be found above, under "Wallet Transfer Guides:"


I don't see  "Wallet Transfer Guides"  any help please.

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December 09, 2014, 05:27:21 PM
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How to import the wallet.dat if its encrypted ?
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December 09, 2014, 05:39:58 PM
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How to import the wallet.dat if its encrypted ?
Wouldn't it be like getting a new wallet? Download new wallet..open it..close it...delete new wallet .dat...replace with encrypted wallet .dat..open wallet again.  This is my guess..important.....still keep backup of encrypted wallet .dat

edit: How do we get the clams please?

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December 09, 2014, 06:09:32 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.

same here. 27 weeks behind ~18h ago, now 18 weeks. added nodes from op also

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December 09, 2014, 06:25:08 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.

same here. 27 weeks behind ~18h ago, now 18 weeks. added nodes from op also

is also
I restarted periodically wallet
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blocking download after 5 ... 10 external of connections.
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December 09, 2014, 06:26:40 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.

same here. 27 weeks behind ~18h ago, now 18 weeks. added nodes from op also
same here

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December 09, 2014, 07:11:30 PM
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okay did the thing with the bootstrap file, not it goes faster. up to 16 weeks behind from my last post till now. sweet

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December 09, 2014, 08:26:59 PM
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Kept on personal observation
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December 09, 2014, 09:31:45 PM
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The site reads : -Proof-Of-Stake reward is designed to replace coins lost, unclaimed or inaccessible over time. The block reward of 1 CLAM means that 526,000 new CLAMs are created each year. The annual rate of return varies in relation to the current active money supply. Accordingly, the present annual rate of return is 234%, and the daily return is 0.64%-

How the new coins are given and who get them?

If I have coins on just-dice (not invested) do I get a reward? I think dooglus said no, it will be given to investors
If I have coins on an exchange, do I get CLAM for the block reward?

If I have 1000CLAM and there are 1,000,000CLAM do I get 0.001CLAM each block or do I have 1/1000 chance of getting one each block?
If it is the former when are the CLAM delivered to my wallet?

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Sorry for being a noob but it seems to me some addresses I used were not empty: may you please check if I'm correct?


here are just some of them:
17hGb6CfGqXp9FpCXtrcR2Y16dX3UmBVFk
1AFizN1hhGtfG2eAdxVXW8xGodcJhHHaCv
12wU1fGk3CAbhtQRvrB1Xeb11TeHCyCBFp

All 3 addresses have CLAMS according to just-dice.com /dig ADRESS
You can get the CLAM easily on just-dice, look at the FAQ, don't forget to empty the addresses before, just to be safe.

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December 09, 2014, 09:44:34 PM
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The site reads : -Proof-Of-Stake reward is designed to replace coins lost, unclaimed or inaccessible over time. The block reward of 1 CLAM means that 526,000 new CLAMs are created each year. The annual rate of return varies in relation to the current active money supply. Accordingly, the present annual rate of return is 234%, and the daily return is 0.64%-

How the new coins are given and who get them?

If I have coins on just-dice (not invested) do I get a reward? I think dooglus said no, it will be given to investors
If I have coins on an exchange, do I get CLAM for the block reward?

If I have 1000CLAM and there are 1,000,000CLAM do I get 0.001CLAM each block or do I have 1/1000 chance of getting one each block?
If it is the former when are the CLAM delivered to my wallet?

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Sorry for being a noob but it seems to me some addresses I used were not empty: may you please check if I'm correct?


here are just some of them:
17hGb6CfGqXp9FpCXtrcR2Y16dX3UmBVFk
1AFizN1hhGtfG2eAdxVXW8xGodcJhHHaCv
12wU1fGk3CAbhtQRvrB1Xeb11TeHCyCBFp

All 3 addresses have CLAMS according to just-dice.com /dig ADRESS
You can get the CLAM easily on just-dice, look at the FAQ, don't forget to empty the addresses before, just to be safe.

thx for helping me: problem is I don't know how to search for private key (to put on just-dice): take in consideration I also have litecoin and dogecoin wallet.dat (who likely had positive balance) files but dont have running wallet anymore (except for bitcoin). Any tip?

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December 09, 2014, 09:54:14 PM
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okay, wallet up to date but if i try to import a wallet i get an error saying:

CDB : Error 2, can't open database (code -1)

had this before but can't remember how i solved it

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December 09, 2014, 11:29:40 PM
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The site reads : -Proof-Of-Stake reward is designed to replace coins lost, unclaimed or inaccessible over time. The block reward of 1 CLAM means that 526,000 new CLAMs are created each year. The annual rate of return varies in relation to the current active money supply. Accordingly, the present annual rate of return is 234%, and the daily return is 0.64%-

How the new coins are given and who get them?

If I have coins on just-dice (not invested) do I get a reward? I think dooglus said no, it will be given to investors
If I have coins on an exchange, do I get CLAM for the block reward?

If I have 1000CLAM and there are 1,000,000CLAM do I get 0.001CLAM each block or do I have 1/1000 chance of getting one each block?
If it is the former when are the CLAM delivered to my wallet?

EDIT :

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Sorry for being a noob but it seems to me some addresses I used were not empty: may you please check if I'm correct?


here are just some of them:
17hGb6CfGqXp9FpCXtrcR2Y16dX3UmBVFk
1AFizN1hhGtfG2eAdxVXW8xGodcJhHHaCv
12wU1fGk3CAbhtQRvrB1Xeb11TeHCyCBFp

All 3 addresses have CLAMS according to just-dice.com /dig ADRESS
You can get the CLAM easily on just-dice, look at the FAQ, don't forget to empty the addresses before, just to be safe.

PoS is based on when you stake a block. To give an easy example:

Let's say you have 100 coins. APR is 365% (interest rate).
You will get about 1 coin per day. This doesn't mean that you get it every day, but let's say that it took a week to stake a block. Your reward would be 7. If it took you 60 days, the reward would be 60.

The theory is that this works out to give the proper interest rate -- you just never know when it's going to hit. So you could also stake a block in half a day and get a 0.5 reward.

What's important to understand here, though, is that the earlier you stake, the more you earn due to compounding. Using the above example:

In half a year, you stake a block. You have 150 that are now staking interest.
In a day you stake a block. You now have 151 that are staking interest.


 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 




















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December 10, 2014, 12:03:36 AM
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How to import the wallet.dat if its encrypted ?

Like you would an non encrypted wallet.  The import dialogue will ask you for the password but your clam wallet needs to be either unlocked, or have no encryption.

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December 10, 2014, 02:15:47 AM
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If I have clams associated with a Coinbase address, there's no way to obtain it, since Coinbase controls the private keys, right?

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