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February 08, 2015, 07:28:38 PM
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I've just found some CLAMs in my old wallets Smiley

What are you going to do with it? Sell, play stack or invest?
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February 08, 2015, 07:55:48 PM
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Silly question here, but anyone know if the wallet will run on windows XP 32 bit? Just curious.  Smiley

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February 08, 2015, 08:14:16 PM
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Silly question here, but anyone know if the wallet will run on windows XP 32 bit? Just curious.  Smiley
Yes, it will run on win xp.  Smiley
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February 08, 2015, 08:20:07 PM
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Silly question here, but anyone know if the wallet will run on windows XP 32 bit? Just curious.  Smiley
Yes, it will run on win xp.  Smiley

Now it runs with everything.
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February 08, 2015, 08:21:46 PM
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Well I'll be darn! thx ,was just firing up an old xp laptop and was going to try it,,,, so now I know thx!  Cheesy

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February 08, 2015, 11:03:13 PM
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ok, another silly question. Is their any advantage to running more than one wallet, on different PC's verses using just one wallet on one pc? since clams can be split, or is there any limitations using one wallet for everything lol  Grin

THX again,

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February 09, 2015, 12:30:01 AM
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ok, another silly question. Is their any advantage to running more than one wallet, on different PC's verses using just one wallet on one pc? since clams can be split, or is there any limitations using one wallet for everything lol  Grin

THX again,

Bad things can happen if you run the same wallet.dat file on multiple instances and/or computers etc..

I read in the past about how you shouldn't do that,  I would have to dig up a link

I think it would be ok with different wallet.dat files though on separate machines.

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February 09, 2015, 01:21:03 AM
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ok, another silly question. Is their any advantage to running more than one wallet, on different PC's verses using just one wallet on one pc? since clams can be split, or is there any limitations using one wallet for everything lol  Grin

THX again,

Bad things can happen if you run the same wallet.dat file on multiple instances and/or computers etc..

I read in the past about how you shouldn't do that,  I would have to dig up a link

I think it would be ok with different wallet.dat files though on separate machines.


Yes you are very correct on that if using the same wallet.dat. What I am wondering is the latter, running say 5 wallets on their own pc, clean installs (own wallet.dat) So say, which is better or no difference? ex: 500 clams staking in 1 wallet on 1 pc, or 100 clams each staking on 5 different wallets. (100 on each wallet) Just didn't know if their is anything to be gained by multiple wallets, perhaps better for the client network I suppose but probably no real gain in actual staking rate or odds.... If you see what I am saying lol but I still wonder or maybe I am thinking to much into it  Undecided

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February 09, 2015, 02:07:08 AM
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ok, another silly question. Is their any advantage to running more than one wallet, on different PC's verses using just one wallet on one pc? since clams can be split, or is there any limitations using one wallet for everything lol  Grin

THX again,

Bad things can happen if you run the same wallet.dat file on multiple instances and/or computers etc..

I read in the past about how you shouldn't do that,  I would have to dig up a link

I think it would be ok with different wallet.dat files though on separate machines.


Yes you are very correct on that if using the same wallet.dat. What I am wondering is the latter, running say 5 wallets on their own pc, clean installs (own wallet.dat) So say, which is better or no difference? ex: 500 clams staking in 1 wallet on 1 pc, or 100 clams each staking on 5 different wallets. (100 on each wallet) Just didn't know if their is anything to be gained by multiple wallets, perhaps better for the client network I suppose but probably no real gain in actual staking rate or odds.... If you see what I am saying lol but I still wonder or maybe I am thinking to much into it  Undecided

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Just show advanced options in send..  and use the inputs button.

Send coins to different addresses (that you create in same wallet) using that,   to split them up..   no reason to use other wallet.dat's  

You can keep them all split up in the  same wallet,  I'm guessing you could even split the inputs/stacks up in the same address.

I keep my coins split up in small stacks/amounts, so others don't get tied up while staking.

Is that what you're talking about?

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February 09, 2015, 02:34:41 AM
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Any guide on how to claim coins from doge or btc into clams. Cant find guide or process to do so?

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February 09, 2015, 02:46:57 AM
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ok, another silly question. Is their any advantage to running more than one wallet, on different PC's verses using just one wallet on one pc? since clams can be split, or is there any limitations using one wallet for everything lol  Grin
THX again,
Bad things can happen if you run the same wallet.dat file on multiple instances and/or computers etc..
I read in the past about how you shouldn't do that,  I would have to dig up a link
I think it would be ok with different wallet.dat files though on separate machines.
Yes you are very correct on that if using the same wallet.dat. What I am wondering is the latter, running say 5 wallets on their own pc, clean installs (own wallet.dat) So say, which is better or no difference? ex: 500 clams staking in 1 wallet on 1 pc, or 100 clams each staking on 5 different wallets. (100 on each wallet) Just didn't know if their is anything to be gained by multiple wallets, perhaps better for the client network I suppose but probably no real gain in actual staking rate or odds.... If you see what I am saying lol but I still wonder or maybe I am thinking to much into it  Undecided
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The only time it might be more efficient to split over multiple machines is in a situation where you have many thousands of outputs.
dooglus made some changes to the client over at Just-Dice, for instance.

The chance of a regular user hitting that bottleneck is almost non-existent.
So, unless you see the CPU on your system consistently maxed out; there is no benefit to having multiple machines.

In fact, it could possibly work against you, as you may orphan your own blocks.



Any guide on how to claim coins from doge or btc into clams. Cant find guide or process to do so?

If you are using standard wallet.dat files and clam-qt, the process is extremely simple:
We recommend that you empty the wallet before importing for security, though it is not required.

1. Back-up all wallet.dat files.
2. File -> Import Wallet.
3. Browse to wallet.dat file.
4. Done.


If you are using the clamd, the rpc/cli command is "importwallet".

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February 09, 2015, 02:50:09 AM
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How long it will take to scan the whole blockchain.

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February 09, 2015, 02:51:18 AM
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ok, another silly question. Is their any advantage to running more than one wallet, on different PC's verses using just one wallet on one pc? since clams can be split, or is there any limitations using one wallet for everything lol  Grin
THX again,
Bad things can happen if you run the same wallet.dat file on multiple instances and/or computers etc..
I read in the past about how you shouldn't do that,  I would have to dig up a link
I think it would be ok with different wallet.dat files though on separate machines.
Yes you are very correct on that if using the same wallet.dat. What I am wondering is the latter, running say 5 wallets on their own pc, clean installs (own wallet.dat) So say, which is better or no difference? ex: 500 clams staking in 1 wallet on 1 pc, or 100 clams each staking on 5 different wallets. (100 on each wallet) Just didn't know if their is anything to be gained by multiple wallets, perhaps better for the client network I suppose but probably no real gain in actual staking rate or odds.... If you see what I am saying lol but I still wonder or maybe I am thinking to much into it  Undecided
THX

The only time it might be more efficient to split over multiple machines is in a situation where you have many thousands of outputs.
dooglus made some changes to the client over at Just-Dice, for instance.

The chance of a regular user hitting that bottleneck is almost non-existent.
So, unless you see the CPU on your system consistently maxed out; there is no benefit to having multiple machines.

In fact, it could possibly work against you, as you may orphan your own blocks.



Any guide on how to claim coins from doge or btc into clams. Cant find guide or process to do so?

If you are using standard wallet.dat files and clam-qt, the process is extremely simple:
We recommend that you empty the wallet before importing for security, though it is not required.

1. Back-up all wallet.dat files.
2. File -> Import Wallet.
3. Browse to wallet.dat file.
4. Done.


If you are using the clamd, the rpc/cli command is "importwallet".

So I just import each wallet for each coin like doge wallet.dat and then btc and so forth for the coins you support. How does this reflect my clams wallet tho does that remain not affected and stays theri and updates with each wallet.dat import with the coins etc?

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February 09, 2015, 03:01:35 AM
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so simple now have over 100 clams so far need to finish up importing rest of wallets and backups made over the years maybe have more clams Smiley

So looking at it you get 4.60545574 per address depending on how much it has on it or is this  base factor each address got 4.60545574 or so in the list you sent out too. Interesting idea tho to send coins out.

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February 09, 2015, 03:37:57 AM
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ok, another silly question. Is their any advantage to running more than one wallet, on different PC's verses using just one wallet on one pc? since clams can be split, or is there any limitations using one wallet for everything lol  Grin

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Bad things can happen if you run the same wallet.dat file on multiple instances and/or computers etc..

I read in the past about how you shouldn't do that,  I would have to dig up a link

I think it would be ok with different wallet.dat files though on separate machines.


Yes you are very correct on that if using the same wallet.dat. What I am wondering is the latter, running say 5 wallets on their own pc, clean installs (own wallet.dat) So say, which is better or no difference? ex: 500 clams staking in 1 wallet on 1 pc, or 100 clams each staking on 5 different wallets. (100 on each wallet) Just didn't know if their is anything to be gained by multiple wallets, perhaps better for the client network I suppose but probably no real gain in actual staking rate or odds.... If you see what I am saying lol but I still wonder or maybe I am thinking to much into it  Undecided

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Just show advanced options in send..  and use the inputs button.

Send coins to different addresses (that you create in same wallet) using that,   to split them up..   no reason to use other wallet.dat's  

You can keep them all split up in the  same wallet,  I'm guessing you could even split the inputs/stacks up in the same address.

I keep my coins split up in small stacks/amounts, so others don't get tied up while staking.

Is that what you're talking about?


Hey thanks, both great answers from you and superclam. I got the big picture now   Smiley and see how the splitting eliminates the need for other wallets etc. I sure wish I could have that problem one day of my cpu meter tacking out due to too many coins in a single wallet. (or bottle necking)  lol

As of now I have five receive addresses with an even amount of coin waiting to mature. I think its 8 hours is that correct, before staking can occur?

Thanks for the clarifications  Wink

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February 09, 2015, 03:45:34 AM
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As of now I have five receive addresses with an even amount of coin waiting to mature. I think its 8 hours is that correct, before staking can occur?

4 hours after they last were involved in a transaction, and 510 blocks after they were last staked.

510 blocks takes about 8 hours.

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February 09, 2015, 03:46:34 AM
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What makes you think it is redownloading the data rather than just reindexing it?

- Length of time; it's been going for 12 hours, and it's only up to block 115670
- 650k+ lines in debug.log (from current run) referring to orphan blocks
- Many peers are showing large numbers for bytesrecv, tens or hundreds of megabytes worth of data
- Not sure if the txleveldb directory contents vary from install to install, but on the one which I upgraded, at block 5000 or so it was far smaller than my other install

Pretty convincing.

I don't know what to tell you then.

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February 09, 2015, 04:00:23 AM
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As of now I have five receive addresses with an even amount of coin waiting to mature. I think its 8 hours is that correct, before staking can occur?

4 hours after they last were involved in a transaction, and 510 blocks after they were last staked.

510 blocks takes about 8 hours.
ok, got it, thats better yet! lol

THX

a cool concept by the way,  clams Cool surprised it hadn't caught my attention sooner lol

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Why this coin take so long to download have all updated nodes and taking so long to download blockchain.

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February 09, 2015, 04:04:14 AM
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Why this coin take so long to download have all updated nodes and taking so long to download blockchain.

dooglus has made a bootstrap file for CLAMs, I used it myself last night to sync up the chain.

CLAMS Bootstrap.dat

https://s3.amazonaws.com/dooglus/bootstrap.dat
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