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Author Topic: [ANN][CLAM] CLAMs, Proof-Of-Chain, Proof-Of-Working-Stake, a.k.a. "Clamcoin"  (Read 1149911 times)
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January 06, 2015, 05:36:33 PM
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CLAM surprising again, price-wise... Smiley Good to see this coin alive

The price is relatively high at 0.0056 when it has been trading at 0.003 just 4 days ago. It seems like a good time to sell to buy again at 0.003 in 4 days Grin
i sold some today at 0.006.are you sure i'll go 0.003? if it goes i'm gonna buy it. Grin

Its possible it will drop how low not sure but a 50% increase in 24 hours is usually artificial (without huge news) with the exception of bitcoin in the 2013 rise (that just didnt drop at all til after 1k)

There is news right above your post...

CoinMarketCap now displays the proper market cap for CLAM Smiley

http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/clams/

Big thank you to the CoinMarketCap folks, xploited and everyone else who emailed them.

I highly encourage tips to those listed above!

CLAM 38th on the ranking, maybe the reason why there are so many buyers and the price is relatively high?
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January 06, 2015, 05:45:09 PM
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Then what I did was, I imported all private keys into BitcoinQT Core wallet and then imported the wallet.dat file into CLAM wallet. Worked fine.

Good idea but synching the whole BTC blockchain..? Sad

You don't need the blockchain to import and export wallets.

Run with "-connect=127.0.0.1" to avoid connecting to any peers and you'll save yourself some network traffic.

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January 06, 2015, 06:54:44 PM
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Then what I did was, I imported all private keys into BitcoinQT Core wallet and then imported the wallet.dat file into CLAM wallet. Worked fine.

Good idea but synching the whole BTC blockchain..? Sad

You don't need the blockchain to import and export wallets.

Run with "-connect=127.0.0.1" to avoid connecting to any peers and you'll save yourself some network traffic.

Correct.

I took even easier path. While importing keys into Bitcoin core wallet, I disconnected from internet. No blockchain sync!  Cheesy
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January 06, 2015, 09:41:07 PM
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another shitcoin? Undecided
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January 06, 2015, 11:38:15 PM
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another shitcoin? Undecided

A coin with an interesting distribution and the only coin accepted on just-dice.
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January 07, 2015, 12:12:18 AM
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another shitcoin? Undecided

A coin with an interesting distribution and the only coin accepted on just-dice.

Pretty much in other words a coin that people likely have some of if they are old to have an address with balance on the date of distribution and a coin you can play around with with ease.
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January 07, 2015, 02:10:59 PM
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Has anyone been able to import keys from electrum? I've been searching through this thread and seen quite a few other people asking but i haven't seen anyone that has said they've done it yet.

I dumped my keys from electrum using dumpprivkeys. But clam-qt can't import any of these keys. When I use the command "importprivkey [key]" where [key] is one of the keys exported it just gives the error "Invalid private key (code -5)"
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January 07, 2015, 02:39:03 PM
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Has anyone been able to import keys from electrum? I've been searching through this thread and seen quite a few other people asking but i haven't seen anyone that has said they've done it yet.

I dumped my keys from electrum using dumpprivkeys. But clam-qt can't import any of these keys. When I use the command "importprivkey [key]" where [key] is one of the keys exported it just gives the error "Invalid private key (code -5)"

Your using an old version of the client. Make sure the version reported back it  1.3.4.1. That error was fixed in the most recent release.  

Also, to save time importing I suggest doing it like so

importprivkey privkey "label" false     

until you get to the last key then do

importprivkey privkey "label" true


otherwise it will do a rescan on ever key import and take a while for you to do. You will not see any clams until you import your last key with 'true'   but its a good plan.

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January 07, 2015, 05:38:23 PM
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This coin is doing better than I expected, and works very well as far as I've used it.  Congrats.

Get off my c@ck !
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January 07, 2015, 10:00:34 PM
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This coin is doing better than I expected, and works very well as far as I've used it.  Congrats.

Yes. My concerns are about the fact it hasn't been widely used for a long time so there might be some weaknesses not yet found and that the coin is very linked to just-dice.
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January 07, 2015, 11:05:55 PM
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Yes. My concerns are about the fact it hasn't been widely used for a long time so there might be some weaknesses not yet found and that the coin is very linked to just-dice.


I'm not sure what any of what you said means really.

Clam is nearing 8 months old and while its true its now more widely used because of the exposure from JD we have in the past fixed any problems quickly and are constantly trying to better the codebase for Proof Of Stake. If you have any specific issues we'd be more then happy to take a look at them otherwise what your saying is meaningless.

I know of literally no software that doesn't fit what you've suggested regardless of use. I think the ability to adapt to the situations that present themselves and mitigate issues as they happen is the key in the ever changing world of software development.

And being linked to JD is certainly only temporary, it has after all only been reopened for just over a month. Bitcoin itself when it was in its growing years was tied to gambling when it comes to exposure. Think Satoshi-dice and also Just-dice when it used bitcoin which at points held ungodly amounts of bitcoin on its servers.

With exposure comes more people invested into the ecosystem which means more services and a more balanced network.


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January 07, 2015, 11:10:42 PM
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This coin is doing better than I expected, and works very well as far as I've used it.  Congrats.

I second this. This whole proof of stake thing is something really great. Amongst other things
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January 08, 2015, 12:50:49 PM
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Yes. My concerns are about the fact it hasn't been widely used for a long time so there might be some weaknesses not yet found and that the coin is very linked to just-dice.


I'm not sure what any of what you said means really.

Clam is nearing 8 months old and while its true its now more widely used because of the exposure from JD we have in the past fixed any problems quickly and are constantly trying to better the codebase for Proof Of Stake. If you have any specific issues we'd be more then happy to take a look at them otherwise what your saying is meaningless.

I know of literally no software that doesn't fit what you've suggested regardless of use. I think the ability to adapt to the situations that present themselves and mitigate issues as they happen is the key in the ever changing world of software development.

And being linked to JD is certainly only temporary, it has after all only been reopened for just over a month. Bitcoin itself when it was in its growing years was tied to gambling when it comes to exposure. Think Satoshi-dice and also Just-dice when it used bitcoin which at points held ungodly amounts of bitcoin on its servers.

With exposure comes more people invested into the ecosystem which means more services and a more balanced network.



I agree the client and the coin seem strong but if just-dice is accepting bitcoins too the price of CLAM should go down.
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January 08, 2015, 04:21:05 PM
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I agree the client and the coin seem strong but if just-dice is accepting bitcoins too the price of CLAM should go down.

just-dice is not accepting bitcoins... only CLAM
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January 08, 2015, 04:23:39 PM
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I agree the client and the coin seem strong but if just-dice is accepting bitcoins too the price of CLAM should go down.

I think there's only half a million of these floating around, many of them not for sale, so price is unlikely to go down.  Get them while you can.

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January 08, 2015, 05:39:32 PM
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I agree the client and the coin seem strong but if just-dice is accepting bitcoins too the price of CLAM should go down.

just-dice is not accepting bitcoins... only CLAM

 "If just-dice starts accepting bitcoins..."


I agree the client and the coin seem strong but if just-dice is accepting bitcoins too the price of CLAM should go down.

I think there's only half a million of these floating around, many of them not for sale, so price is unlikely to go down.  Get them while you can.

Half a million of them have been dug but half a million of them will be created every year just by stacking plus probably tens of thousands of new CLAM will be dug in the next 12 months
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January 08, 2015, 06:20:02 PM
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I agree the client and the coin seem strong but if just-dice is accepting bitcoins too the price of CLAM should go down.

just-dice is not accepting bitcoins... only CLAM

 "If just-dice starts accepting bitcoins..."


I agree the client and the coin seem strong but if just-dice is accepting bitcoins too the price of CLAM should go down.

I think there's only half a million of these floating around, many of them not for sale, so price is unlikely to go down.  Get them while you can.

Half a million of them have been dug but half a million of them will be created every year just by stacking plus probably tens of thousands of new CLAM will be dug in the next 12 months

A: JD doesn't and won't accept BTC (as per doogs posts)  CLAM showed love to every BTC address, so that base is covered.

B: A half Million haven't been dug.

10:20:04 INFO: 60,143 of 3,208,032 sets of 4.60545574 CLAM were dug up so far from the initial distribution
10:20:04 INFO: 276,986 CLAM were dug up and 182,966 CLAM were staked for a total of 459,952 CLAM
10:20:04 INFO: Just-Dice's bankroll of 290,574 CLAM represents 63.17% of that amount
10:20:04 INFO: if all the distributed CLAMs were dug up, the total money supply would be 14,957,367 CLAM

The investors at JD had 50k BTC when BTC was at $1000... I don't think too many are going to be rushing to sell their 1 staked a day to keep the 1 light bulb in their mud hut on Cheesy

I would def say that the Buyers out weigh the Sellers. 


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January 08, 2015, 10:33:51 PM
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Looking for testers for the new osx client. 

Its been running on our developers system for over a week with no issues but we'd like a sanity check before we go ahead and release it officially.

http://khashier.com/static/clam-1.4.3.2-osx-beta.dmg


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January 08, 2015, 11:13:46 PM
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I am making a new bootstrap.dat and then realized that some might ONLY want it to come from dooglus.

If anyone is interested I can edit the post with a URL and sign the message and add sha-1 and md5 hashes.  It is through block 285,000.

 

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January 09, 2015, 01:21:41 AM
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Looking for testers for the new osx client. 

Its been running on our developers system for over a week with no issues but we'd like a sanity check before we go ahead and release it officially.

http://khashier.com/static/clam-1.4.3.2-osx-beta.dmg



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