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Author Topic: [ANN][CLAM] CLAMs, Proof-Of-Chain, Proof-Of-Working-Stake, a.k.a. "Clamcoin"  (Read 1149889 times)
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December 29, 2014, 07:17:27 PM
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Thanks, I'll try to check my clock too!

Edit:
https://i.imgur.com/wFZqDYL.png


Should clock be ok now?

Yes, but it's best to leave ntpd running all the time. Then your clock will stay right.

I'm not sure what units ntpq is using, but if it was saying your clock was off by 46 seconds then that could well explain the high orphan rate you were seeing. A hardfork about a month ago really tightened things up re. clock errors.

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December 29, 2014, 07:45:12 PM
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Thanks, I'll try to check my clock too!

Edit:
https://i.imgur.com/wFZqDYL.png


Should clock be ok now?

Yes, but it's best to leave ntpd running all the time. Then your clock will stay right.

I'm not sure what units ntpq is using, but if it was saying your clock was off by 46 seconds then that could well explain the high orphan rate you were seeing. A hardfork about a month ago really tightened things up re. clock errors.

They're supposedly milliseconds.  So yeah, I guess about 46 seconds off. 
Source: http://nlug.ml1.co.uk/2012/01/ntpq-p-output/831

I'll leave ntpd running, thanks!
 


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December 29, 2014, 07:55:05 PM
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EDIT 2:  DOES THAT MEAN SATOSHI HAS A SHITLOAD OF CLAMS TOO?  Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked
(or at least he/she/they can claim them?)

Depends if there is a bunch of addresses in their wallet.

Remember only 4.6 clam per address above dust.. not per amount of bitcoins.

Satoshi clearly stated that he/she/they used one address for each block found  Wink

Then again, I doubt he/she/they would be importing ANY private keys in the CLAM client  Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

If he had 10 000 addresses, that's 460 000 CLAM

How long do we need before it's 99% certain the Satoshi's bitcoins will never be used?
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EDIT 2:  DOES THAT MEAN SATOSHI HAS A SHITLOAD OF CLAMS TOO?  Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked
(or at least he/she/they can claim them?)

Depends if there is a bunch of addresses in their wallet.

Remember only 4.6 clam per address above dust.. not per amount of bitcoins.

Satoshi clearly stated that he/she/they used one address for each block found  Wink

Then again, I doubt he/she/they would be importing ANY private keys in the CLAM client  Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

If he had 10 000 addresses, that's 460 000 CLAM

How long do we need before it's 99% certain the Satoshi's bitcoins will never be used?

I don't know,   Satoshi.. if you're reading this..  just do it soon so maybe the market can adjust.

Thanks.

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December 29, 2014, 08:04:49 PM
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EDIT 2:  DOES THAT MEAN SATOSHI HAS A SHITLOAD OF CLAMS TOO?  Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked
(or at least he/she/they can claim them?)

Depends if there is a bunch of addresses in their wallet.

Remember only 4.6 clam per address above dust.. not per amount of bitcoins.

Satoshi clearly stated that he/she/they used one address for each block found  Wink

Then again, I doubt he/she/they would be importing ANY private keys in the CLAM client  Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

If he had 10 000 addresses, that's 460 000 CLAM

How long do we need before it's 99% certain the Satoshi's bitcoins will never be used?

I don't know,   Satoshi.. if you're reading this..  just do it soon so maybe the market can adjust.

Thanks.



NO SATOSHI PLEASE DON'T.

The price of Bitcoin will crash and the rest of the crypto will probably follow.....

EDIT: I may have read that wrong.
If you meant to move his/her/their coins then Satoshi please don't.

If you meant for him/her/them to find a way to prove that those coins are gone forever then SATOSHI PLEASE DO IT SOON!!!!
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December 29, 2014, 08:08:50 PM
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Guys do I download and use version 1.4.3.1 or 1.4.3.0?

Because 1.4.3.1 says test-build.
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December 29, 2014, 08:42:03 PM
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If he had 10 000 addresses, that's 460 000 CLAM

No, it's 4.6 per address. You have one too many 0's.

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December 29, 2014, 08:54:49 PM
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EDIT 2:  DOES THAT MEAN SATOSHI HAS A SHITLOAD OF CLAMS TOO?  Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked
(or at least he/she/they can claim them?)

Depends if there is a bunch of addresses in their wallet.

Remember only 4.6 clam per address above dust.. not per amount of bitcoins.

Satoshi clearly stated that he/she/they used one address for each block found  Wink

Then again, I doubt he/she/they would be importing ANY private keys in the CLAM client  Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

If he had 10 000 addresses, that's 460 000 CLAM

How long do we need before it's 99% certain the Satoshi's bitcoins will never be used?

I don't know,   Satoshi.. if you're reading this..  just do it soon so maybe the market can adjust.

Thanks.



NO SATOSHI PLEASE DON'T.

The price of Bitcoin will crash and the rest of the crypto will probably follow.....

EDIT: I may have read that wrong.
If you meant to move his/her/their coins then Satoshi please don't.

If you meant for him/her/them to find a way to prove that those coins are gone forever then SATOSHI PLEASE DO IT SOON!!!!

Even if Satoshi (assuming he's alive) was using 1 BTC from one of its address, the price should tank
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December 30, 2014, 12:57:02 AM
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just made an android clam price checking app, check it out guys

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.kiwisapps.kiwi.clampricegetter

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December 30, 2014, 01:40:35 AM
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Guys do I download and use version 1.4.3.1 or 1.4.3.0?

Because 1.4.3.1 says test-build.
They'll both work but 1.4.3.1(test build) offers a number of improvements that might make life easier Smiley

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Guys do I download and use version 1.4.3.1 or 1.4.3.0?

Because 1.4.3.1 says test-build.
They'll both work but 1.4.3.1(test build) offers a number of improvements that might make life easier Smiley

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December 30, 2014, 11:44:47 AM
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If he had 10 000 addresses, that's 460 000 46 000 CLAM

No, it's 4.6 per address. You have one too many 0's.

Yes 10 000 non dust addresses will give you "only" a bit less than 46 000 CLAM.

Dooglus can you go public on how much CLAM you have, what portion of your commission you sell for BTC and if you are invested in the just-dice CLAM bankroll?
Maybe it's better if you answer in the just-dice thread.
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December 30, 2014, 12:41:10 PM
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picolo I have just joined the just-dice chat.

I am not a dice player (actually I do not gamble at all) but I was told (by you I think) that I can earn clams in the chat.

How can I earn clams in the chat?

Many thanks  Cheesy
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December 30, 2014, 09:36:35 PM
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If he had 10 000 addresses, that's 460 000 46 000 CLAM

No, it's 4.6 per address. You have one too many 0's.

Yes 10 000 non dust addresses will give you "only" a bit less than 46 000 CLAM.

Dooglus can you go public on how much CLAM you have, what portion of your commission you sell for BTC and if you are invested in the just-dice CLAM bankroll?
Maybe it's better if you answer in the just-dice thread.
What is a non dust adress? only more than 1 satoshi or ?
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If he had 10 000 addresses, that's 460 000 46 000 CLAM

No, it's 4.6 per address. You have one too many 0's.

Yes 10 000 non dust addresses will give you "only" a bit less than 46 000 CLAM.

Dooglus can you go public on how much CLAM you have, what portion of your commission you sell for BTC and if you are invested in the just-dice CLAM bankroll?
Maybe it's better if you answer in the just-dice thread.
What is a non dust adress? only more than 1 satoshi or ?

I think it was anything above .0001 or something around there..
Maybe doog can provide a more specific answer. 
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December 30, 2014, 10:30:03 PM
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Guys , i cant get the clam wallet to sync ? i have 20 connections though , and downloaded the bootstrap.dat and put it in my %appdata%Clam ^_^
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If he had 10 000 addresses, that's 460 000 46 000 CLAM

No, it's 4.6 per address. You have one too many 0's.

Yes 10 000 non dust addresses will give you "only" a bit less than 46 000 CLAM.

Dooglus can you go public on how much CLAM you have, what portion of your commission you sell for BTC and if you are invested in the just-dice CLAM bankroll?
Maybe it's better if you answer in the just-dice thread.
What is a non dust adress? only more than 1 satoshi or ?

I think it was anything above .0001 or something around there..
Maybe doog can provide a more specific answer. 


.0001 for ltc and btc  .01 for doge

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Guys , i cant get the clam wallet to sync ? i have 20 connections though , and downloaded the bootstrap.dat and put it in my %appdata%Clam ^_^
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this thread was on page 5 dont let that happen again.


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this thread was on page 5 dont let that happen again.


got 75 clam

I think this week I'm going to try to get someone to accept CLAM poker!

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