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Author Topic: [ANN][CLAM] CLAMs, Proof-Of-Chain, Proof-Of-Working-Stake, a.k.a. "Clamcoin"  (Read 1111312 times)
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December 29, 2014, 04:35:14 PM
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My last 7 stakes were "generated but not accepted" - shown in the transactions section,  you have to look there for it doesn't show on the main screen.

That sounds like your clock is wrong.

Can you check it against an accurate source and confirm that it's off by more than a few seconds?

Also, can you provide the block hashes and timestamps? I'll check the JD logs to see if we saw the blocks, and if so why we rejected them.

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December 29, 2014, 04:35:58 PM
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My last 7 stakes were "generated but not accepted" - shown in the transactions section,  you have to look there for it doesn't show on the main screen.

Seems staking this coin has become too difficult / not viable.

Are any solutions to this in the works?



This seems a bit odd. I checked back 100 stakes and there has not been a single orphan. Doesn't sound right if you've had 7 in a row.

Now that I look more closely, none of the 368 transactions in my list - the majority being stakes - are showing as an orphan, or 0 confirmations. I wonder if I'm just lucky, or whether the text-only daemon is suppressing them for some reason.

Well, they were not really right in a row.. but close.  I will try to post a screenshot soon

Edit: screenshot.. 


The greyed-out ones are them...  there were a couple more down the list further too.


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December 29, 2014, 04:44:33 PM
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My last 7 stakes were "generated but not accepted" - shown in the transactions section,  you have to look there for it doesn't show on the main screen.

That sounds like your clock is wrong.

Can you check it against an accurate source and confirm that it's off by more than a few seconds?

Also, can you provide the block hashes and timestamps? I'll check the JD logs to see if we saw the blocks, and if so why we rejected them.


Thanks, I'll try to check my clock too!

Edit:



Should clock be ok now?



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December 29, 2014, 05:03:14 PM
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Hi guys,

New to alt-coins here.

May I ask a few things?

How can one mine for CLAMS?

Also, if I understand correctly:
I import the private key to one of my BTC wallets that had coins in it once in the CLAMS wallet, and I receive CLAMS for free?
Or does that not work anymore?

Sorry I only read the OP, I didn't go through the whole thread, so any help is greatly appreciated.

Many thanks  Cheesy

 
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December 29, 2014, 05:11:45 PM
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Hi guys,

New to alt-coins here.

May I ask a few things?

How can one mine for CLAMS?

Also, if I understand correctly:
I import the private key to one of my BTC wallets that had coins in it once in the CLAMS wallet, and I receive CLAMS for free?
Or does that not work anymore?

Sorry I only read the OP, I didn't go through the whole thread, so any help is greatly appreciated.

Many thanks  Cheesy

 

Private keys to get CLAM still work. You can dig them on the just-dice chat too. You get coins with a Proof of Stake

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December 29, 2014, 05:25:13 PM
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Hi guys,

New to alt-coins here.

May I ask a few things?

How can one mine for CLAMS?

Also, if I understand correctly:
I import the private key to one of my BTC wallets that had coins in it once in the CLAMS wallet, and I receive CLAMS for free?
Or does that not work anymore?

Sorry I only read the OP, I didn't go through the whole thread, so any help is greatly appreciated.

Many thanks  Cheesy

 

There isn't traditional mining.

You earn your CLAMS through digging them off BTC, LTC or DOGE addresses that were in use May 12th 2014.  You can still use your old miners to mine other coins, sell for BTC and then purchase CLAM.  

This is both helpful for BTC and CLAM.

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December 29, 2014, 05:27:54 PM
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New service

https://bleutrade.com/

Bleutrade has listed CLAM this morning for the following markets:

BTC / CLAM
BTC / LTC
BTC / DOGE
CLAM / USD
CLAM / HTML5

Bleutrade is a startup focused on cryptocurrency exchange based in Brazil, Porto Digital (Recife/Pernambuco), a leading technology hubs in Latin America known as the brazilian Silicon Valley. Our goal is to be one of the most secure, fast and stable cryptocurrency exchange in the international market , providing the best user experience.

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December 29, 2014, 05:29:12 PM
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Hi guys,

New to alt-coins here.

May I ask a few things?

How can one mine for CLAMS?

Also, if I understand correctly:
I import the private key to one of my BTC wallets that had coins in it once in the CLAMS wallet, and I receive CLAMS for free?
Or does that not work anymore?

Sorry I only read the OP, I didn't go through the whole thread, so any help is greatly appreciated.

Many thanks  Cheesy

 

There isn't traditional mining.

You earn your CLAMS through digging them off BTC, LTC or DOGE addresses that were in use May 12th 2014.  You can still use your old miners to mine other coins, sell for BTC and then purchase CLAM.  

This is both helpful for BTC and CLAM.

Stupid question:
My BTC addresses are much older than that.
I suspect it still works right?

And from what I have read on one of the OP's posts, it is OK for me to empty them before I import the private key right?

Many thanks  Cheesy
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December 29, 2014, 05:32:36 PM
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Stupid question:
My BTC addresses are much older than that.
I suspect it still works right?

And from what I have read on one of the OP's posts, it is OK for me to empty them before I import the private key right?

Many thanks  Cheesy

Always be sure to empty the wallet of BTC, LTC or DOGE before claiming your CLAM.

It can be as old as it possibly could as long as it was funded on May 12th 2014 Cheesy.

So be sure to move the coins to a safe place prior to digging and once you dig consider the address compromised.

GL Smiley

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December 29, 2014, 05:33:23 PM
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Hi guys,

New to alt-coins here.

May I ask a few things?

How can one mine for CLAMS?

 

You supposedly can Stake / mint new coins from the client.  

But recently, I have been getting "generated but not accepted" ..
due to I think too much competition / difficulty to stake.

So if you have a small amount,  you might not be able to stake.

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December 29, 2014, 05:44:48 PM
 #1931

New service

https://bleutrade.com/

Bleutrade has listed CLAM this morning for the following markets:

BTC / CLAM
BTC / LTC
BTC / DOGE
CLAM / USD
CLAM / HTML5

Bleutrade is a startup focused on cryptocurrency exchange based in Brazil, Porto Digital (Recife/Pernambuco), a leading technology hubs in Latin America known as the brazilian Silicon Valley. Our goal is to be one of the most secure, fast and stable cryptocurrency exchange in the international market , providing the best user experience.

I haven't tried these folks out yet, but will later today.

Any other feedback would be great.

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December 29, 2014, 05:54:50 PM
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New service

https://bleutrade.com/

Bleutrade has listed CLAM this morning for the following markets:

BTC / CLAM
BTC / LTC
BTC / DOGE
CLAM / USD
CLAM / HTML5

Bleutrade is a startup focused on cryptocurrency exchange based in Brazil, Porto Digital (Recife/Pernambuco), a leading technology hubs in Latin America known as the brazilian Silicon Valley. Our goal is to be one of the most secure, fast and stable cryptocurrency exchange in the international market , providing the best user experience.

I haven't tried these folks out yet, but will later today.

Any other feedback would be great.

   I've been on there about 6 weeks, so far they have a stable system.  Lower trade volume but it is improving. And they have a very good API.  Data seems to be real time not delayed.   

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December 29, 2014, 05:59:35 PM
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New service

https://bleutrade.com/

Bleutrade has listed CLAM this morning for the following markets:

BTC / CLAM
BTC / LTC
BTC / DOGE
CLAM / USD
CLAM / HTML5

Bleutrade is a startup focused on cryptocurrency exchange based in Brazil, Porto Digital (Recife/Pernambuco), a leading technology hubs in Latin America known as the brazilian Silicon Valley. Our goal is to be one of the most secure, fast and stable cryptocurrency exchange in the international market , providing the best user experience.

I haven't tried these folks out yet, but will later today.

Any other feedback would be great.


Looks interesting,  thanks for pointing it out

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December 29, 2014, 06:13:21 PM
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Stupid question:
My BTC addresses are much older than that.
I suspect it still works right?

And from what I have read on one of the OP's posts, it is OK for me to empty them before I import the private key right?

Many thanks  Cheesy

Always be sure to empty the wallet of BTC, LTC or DOGE before claiming your CLAM.

It can be as old as it possibly could as long as it was funded on May 12th 2014 Cheesy.

So be sure to move the coins to a safe place prior to digging and once you dig consider the address compromised.

GL Smiley

I though as much  Wink

Thanks  Cheesy
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December 29, 2014, 06:14:49 PM
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Hi guys,

New to alt-coins here.

May I ask a few things?

How can one mine for CLAMS?

 

You supposedly can Stake / mint new coins from the client.  

But recently, I have been getting "generated but not accepted" ..
due to I think too much competition / difficulty to stake.

So if you have a small amount,  you might not be able to stake.



I currently have no amount   Sad

I guess it will be extremely hard for me to stake then  Sad
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December 29, 2014, 06:26:42 PM
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Hi guys,

New to alt-coins here.

May I ask a few things?

How can one mine for CLAMS?

 

You supposedly can Stake / mint new coins from the client.  

But recently, I have been getting "generated but not accepted" ..
due to I think too much competition / difficulty to stake.

So if you have a small amount,  you might not be able to stake.



I currently have no amount   Sad

I guess it will be extremely hard for me to stake then  Sad

You could always just buy some on Poloniex exchange,  or sit in just-dice.com chat room and catch some rain.

I should also re-phrase..  you could stake with a small amount but may take a long time & if it actually is accepted.




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December 29, 2014, 06:29:41 PM
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do i have clams
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December 29, 2014, 06:31:08 PM
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Hi guys,

New to alt-coins here.

May I ask a few things?

How can one mine for CLAMS?

 

You supposedly can Stake / mint new coins from the client.  

But recently, I have been getting "generated but not accepted" ..
due to I think too much competition / difficulty to stake.

So if you have a small amount,  you might not be able to stake.



I currently have no amount   Sad

I guess it will be extremely hard for me to stake then  Sad

You could always just buy some on Poloniex exchange,  or sit in just-dice.com chat room and catch some rain.

I should also re-phrase..  you could stake with a small amount but may take a long time & if it actually is accepted.






Great!

One last question:
How is the free CLAM/BTC distribution done?

What I mean is, what amount of BTC in the wallet, amounts to how many CLAMs?
E.g: If I have 1BTC, how many free CLAMs do I get?

Many thanks  Cheesy
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December 29, 2014, 06:45:43 PM
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Hi guys,

New to alt-coins here.

May I ask a few things?

How can one mine for CLAMS?

 

You supposedly can Stake / mint new coins from the client.  

But recently, I have been getting "generated but not accepted" ..
due to I think too much competition / difficulty to stake.

So if you have a small amount,  you might not be able to stake.



I currently have no amount   Sad

I guess it will be extremely hard for me to stake then  Sad

You could always just buy some on Poloniex exchange,  or sit in just-dice.com chat room and catch some rain.

I should also re-phrase..  you could stake with a small amount but may take a long time & if it actually is accepted.






Great!

One last question:
How is the free CLAM/BTC distribution done?

What I mean is, what amount of BTC in the wallet, amounts to how many CLAMs?
E.g: If I have 1BTC, how many free CLAMs do I get?

Many thanks  Cheesy

Here.. maybe this info will help you more:

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On the 12th of May 2014 a snapshot was taken of the BTC, LTC, and DOGE blockchains. All addresses bearing a non-dust amount at that point in time were given 4.60545574 CLAMs for free. This was the initial distribution of CLAMs, and it how all the CLAMs were created. The intent was to make the distribution as fair as possible, since everyone involved in any of those three coins automatically got free CLAMs.

The specific blocks at which the snapshots were taken:

   BTC block 300377 (2014-05-12 12:48:17)
   LTC block 565693 (2014-05-12 13:06:31)
  DOGE block 218556 (2014-05-12 13:09:17)
In order to access your free CLAMs, you need to be able to sign a transaction using the private key for the BTC, LTC, or DOGE address that owns the CLAMs. Chances are, if you were using one of these coins back in May, you have a wallet.dat file containing tens or maybe even hundreds of addresses (including hidden 'change' addresses which you may not even be aware of), all of which possibly have free CLAMs associated with them.

The easiest way to collect those CLAMs is to make sure the wallet is now empty by moving any balance into a new wallet, and then import the wallet.dat file into the official CLAM client. It will scan the old wallet.dat file and dig up all the CLAMs.

Alternatively, you can use the /dig command in the chat tab of this site:

Type/digfor a brief guide.

Type/dig ADDRESSto check whether there are any free CLAMs available at the given address, and whether they have already been claimed or not.

Type/dig ADDRESS PRIVKEYto claim the CLAMs at the given address and have them sent to your deposit address at Just-Dice. PRIVKEY is the associated private key in WIF or hex format.

Keys in WIF format are 51 or 52 characters long, and start with a 5, K, or L for BTC, a 6 or T for LTC and a 6 or Q for DOGE; keys in hex format are 64 characters in the range 0-9 and A-F.

Any private keys you provide will be used once each to sign a transaction and broadcast it to the CLAM network, then it will be discarded. Private keys are not logged by Just-Dice, but you do need to trust us on that! It is really best to only provide private keys that are empty, and which you do not intend to use again.

So for non-dust addresses:
All addresses bearing a non-dust amount at that point in time were given 4.60545574 CLAMs for free.



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December 29, 2014, 06:51:39 PM
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Hi guys,

New to alt-coins here.

May I ask a few things?

How can one mine for CLAMS?

 

You supposedly can Stake / mint new coins from the client.  

But recently, I have been getting "generated but not accepted" ..
due to I think too much competition / difficulty to stake.

So if you have a small amount,  you might not be able to stake.



I currently have no amount   Sad

I guess it will be extremely hard for me to stake then  Sad

You could always just buy some on Poloniex exchange,  or sit in just-dice.com chat room and catch some rain.

I should also re-phrase..  you could stake with a small amount but may take a long time & if it actually is accepted.






Great!

One last question:
How is the free CLAM/BTC distribution done?

What I mean is, what amount of BTC in the wallet, amounts to how many CLAMs?
E.g: If I have 1BTC, how many free CLAMs do I get?

Many thanks  Cheesy

About 4.6CLAM on each non dust bitcoin litecoin and dogecoin address that existed the day of the CLAM distribution.

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