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Author Topic: [ANN][CLAM] CLAMs, Proof-Of-Chain, Proof-Of-Working-Stake, a.k.a. "Clamcoin"  (Read 1033436 times)
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July 06, 2014, 03:41:22 AM
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Hello and good luck with project, got my Clams and still have my BTC for the people that do not think it is safe. You can also transfer Btc to an exchange and make a new wallet just to be safe. Also with the --slavagewallet, easy to make a .bat file in the same folder where the clam-qt.exe is and put  clam-qt.exe --slavagewallet inside the bat file. Am also mining at the pool and would like to see information on my miner. Thanks and good luck.
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July 06, 2014, 04:07:22 AM
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I keep getting the error "Warning: error reading wallet.dat! All keys read correctly, but transactiondata or address book entries might be missing or incorrect." I just copied the BTC wallet.dat into the CLAM folder in C:\Users\Mobile User\AppData\Roaming\Clam. I get the same error pasting the DOGE wallet.dat.
Do I need to rename the BTC wallet.dat or do I need to extract the privkeys?
No need to extract privKeys or anything.
The issue you are seeing has to do with the extra meta-data that a wallet.dat file contains.
Essentially, the CLAM client is looking for all the BTC transaction history that you had in the wallet - the problem is, they don't exist in the CLAMS network.
Adding the --salvagewallet argument when you run CLAMClient should solve your problem.
If you know how to use the command-line/DOS, just run the program clam-qt.exe --salvagewallet
If you do not, you can right-click and create a shortcut for the clam-qt.exe file.
Then, right-click the shortcut and click "properties".
You will see a field titled "Target:".
Just add "--salvagewallet" (no quotes, with a space separating what is already there) to the end in the field.
Then, save your changes to the short-cut.
Finally, run the clam-qt.exe shortcut you made once, and it if everything worked properly you should see your CLAMS.
In the future, you do not need to run the short-cut - just click the normal clam-qt.exe file.
I used the command line and still got that error.
My simple mistake, I misspelled "salvage" and put "salavage" instead...LOL....Got it....Thanks
Sure! No problem at all!
We made no pre-mine -> did this as a gift to the crypto-community; but that gift has no value if folks can't get their CLAMS Tongue
So, this only works with BTC, LTC or DOGE? Or can others work too?
Just BTC, LTC, and DOGE.
At the time we did the distribution, there wasn't a single coin that had anywhere even near as many users as those three.
I would be willing to bet that there still isn't.
There is DRK and VRC that have high volume.

Indeed, there are many good coins Grin

And yet, this distribution was done some time ago, and even now both of those coins are almost orders of magnitude smaller when it comes to active addresses on the chain.

We chose the three coins that we believed had the most unique users based on our block chain analysis.

We understand that this isn't perfect for everyone  Cry

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=623147
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July 06, 2014, 06:14:23 AM
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I keep getting the error "Warning: error reading wallet.dat! All keys read correctly, but transactiondata or address book entries might be missing or incorrect." I just copied the BTC wallet.dat into the CLAM folder in C:\Users\Mobile User\AppData\Roaming\Clam. I get the same error pasting the DOGE wallet.dat.
Do I need to rename the BTC wallet.dat or do I need to extract the privkeys?

No need to extract privKeys or anything.
The issue you are seeing has to do with the extra meta-data that a wallet.dat file contains.
Essentially, the CLAM client is looking for all the BTC transaction history that you had in the wallet - the problem is, they don't exist in the CLAMS network.

Adding the --salvagewallet argument when you run CLAMClient should solve your problem.

If you know how to use the command-line/DOS, just run the program clam-qt.exe --salvagewallet

If you do not, you can right-click and create a shortcut for the clam-qt.exe file.

Then, right-click the shortcut and click "properties".

You will see a field titled "Target:".

Just add "--salvagewallet" (no quotes, with a space separating what is already there) to the end in the field.
Then, save your changes to the short-cut.

Finally, run the clam-qt.exe shortcut you made once, and it if everything worked properly you should see your CLAMS.

In the future, you do not need to run the short-cut - just click the normal clam-qt.exe file.

I used the command line and still got that error.

My simple mistake, I misspelled "salvage" and put "salavage" instead...LOL....Got it....Thanks

Sure! No problem at all!

We made no pre-mine -> did this as a gift to the crypto-community; but that gift has no value if folks can't get their CLAMS Tongue

So, this only works with BTC, LTC or DOGE? Or can others work too?


so when I put the wallet.dat from bitcoin or ltc  to this location  "C:/Users/<YOUR_USERNAME>/AppData/Roaming/Clam/" folder.
there will be 2 wallet.dat file in the folder???
because when i run the clam qt it will generate wallet.dat  and plus I will add wallet.dat from ltc or btc
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July 06, 2014, 06:17:17 AM
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I keep getting the error "Warning: error reading wallet.dat! All keys read correctly, but transactiondata or address book entries might be missing or incorrect." I just copied the BTC wallet.dat into the CLAM folder in C:\Users\Mobile User\AppData\Roaming\Clam. I get the same error pasting the DOGE wallet.dat.
Do I need to rename the BTC wallet.dat or do I need to extract the privkeys?
No need to extract privKeys or anything.
The issue you are seeing has to do with the extra meta-data that a wallet.dat file contains.
Essentially, the CLAM client is looking for all the BTC transaction history that you had in the wallet - the problem is, they don't exist in the CLAMS network.
Adding the --salvagewallet argument when you run CLAMClient should solve your problem.
If you know how to use the command-line/DOS, just run the program clam-qt.exe --salvagewallet
If you do not, you can right-click and create a shortcut for the clam-qt.exe file.
Then, right-click the shortcut and click "properties".

You will see a field titled "Target:".
Just add "--salvagewallet" (no quotes, with a space separating what is already there) to the end in the field.
Then, save your changes to the short-cut.
Finally, run the clam-qt.exe shortcut you made once, and it if everything worked properly you should see your CLAMS.
In the future, you do not need to run the short-cut - just click the normal clam-qt.exe file.
I used the command line and still got that error.
My simple mistake, I misspelled "salvage" and put "salavage" instead...LOL....Got it....Thanks
Sure! No problem at all!
We made no pre-mine -> did this as a gift to the crypto-community; but that gift has no value if folks can't get their CLAMS Tongue
So, this only works with BTC, LTC or DOGE? Or can others work too?
so when I put the wallet.dat from bitcoin or ltc  to this location  "C:/Users/<YOUR_USERNAME>/AppData/Roaming/Clam/" folder.
there will be 2 wallet.dat file in the folder???
because when i run the clam qt it will generate wallet.dat  and plus I will add wallet.dat from ltc or btc

Please make sure you back-up any wallet.dat files that have coins in them BEFORE you do any copying at all!

But yes, after starting the CLAMClient, an empty wallet.dat file will be generated.  If you have more than one wallet.dat you want to IMPORT, then copy down a receive address from your CLAMS wallet, and back it up to a safe place.  Then move the bitcoin/litecoin/dogecoin wallet into the folder and import, sending the CLAMS you find to the address you wrote down from the wallet file you have backed up safe and sound.

Does that make any sense?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=623147
Proof-Of-Chain, 100% Distributed BEFORE Launch.
Everyone who owned BTC, LTC, or DOGE at launch got free CLAMS.
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July 06, 2014, 06:21:45 AM
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Otherwise, if you are only importing a single wallet.dat file, it is fine to overwrite the EMPTY wallet.dat file created when CLAMS starts.

Again, please make sure you back-up any wallet files that have coin in them before you copy ANYTHING, ANYWHERE.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=623147
Proof-Of-Chain, 100% Distributed BEFORE Launch.
Everyone who owned BTC, LTC, or DOGE at launch got free CLAMS.
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July 06, 2014, 06:26:54 AM
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I keep getting the error "Warning: error reading wallet.dat! All keys read correctly, but transactiondata or address book entries might be missing or incorrect." I just copied the BTC wallet.dat into the CLAM folder in C:\Users\Mobile User\AppData\Roaming\Clam. I get the same error pasting the DOGE wallet.dat.
Do I need to rename the BTC wallet.dat or do I need to extract the privkeys?
No need to extract privKeys or anything.
The issue you are seeing has to do with the extra meta-data that a wallet.dat file contains.
Essentially, the CLAM client is looking for all the BTC transaction history that you had in the wallet - the problem is, they don't exist in the CLAMS network.
Adding the --salvagewallet argument when you run CLAMClient should solve your problem.
If you know how to use the command-line/DOS, just run the program clam-qt.exe --salvagewallet
If you do not, you can right-click and create a shortcut for the clam-qt.exe file.
Then, right-click the shortcut and click "properties".

You will see a field titled "Target:".
Just add "--salvagewallet" (no quotes, with a space separating what is already there) to the end in the field.
Then, save your changes to the short-cut.
Finally, run the clam-qt.exe shortcut you made once, and it if everything worked properly you should see your CLAMS.
In the future, you do not need to run the short-cut - just click the normal clam-qt.exe file.
I used the command line and still got that error.
My simple mistake, I misspelled "salvage" and put "salavage" instead...LOL....Got it....Thanks
Sure! No problem at all!
We made no pre-mine -> did this as a gift to the crypto-community; but that gift has no value if folks can't get their CLAMS Tongue
So, this only works with BTC, LTC or DOGE? Or can others work too?
so when I put the wallet.dat from bitcoin or ltc  to this location  "C:/Users/<YOUR_USERNAME>/AppData/Roaming/Clam/" folder.
there will be 2 wallet.dat file in the folder???
because when i run the clam qt it will generate wallet.dat  and plus I will add wallet.dat from ltc or btc

Please make sure you back-up any wallet.dat files that have coins in them BEFORE you do any copying at all!

But yes, after starting the CLAMClient, an empty wallet.dat file will be generated.  If you have more than one wallet.dat you want to IMPORT, then copy down a receive address from your CLAMS wallet, and back it up to a safe place.  Then move the bitcoin/litecoin/dogecoin wallet into the folder and import, sending the CLAMS you find to the address you wrote down from the wallet file you have backed up safe and sound.

Does that make any sense?
"Then move the bitcoin/litecoin/dogecoin wallet"Huh do u mean the wallet.dat  into the clam folder?     "and import"? what do u mean import?

xP4YymhtLY6J4dgrkrpwmh1biH6dUBkwwb   this is my clam receive address  i  copied from received in clam qt  "Back it up in safe place" you mean save it in a note pad? the address?




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July 06, 2014, 06:29:37 AM
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Otherwise, if you are only importing a single wallet.dat file, it is fine to overwrite the EMPTY wallet.dat file created when CLAMS starts.

Again, please make sure you back-up any wallet files that have coin in them before you copy ANYTHING, ANYWHERE.


it works now....yeheyyy i claim some...

but I only put 1 wallet.dat from doge

question.... If my wallet from bitcoin is empty but it used to have a lot of coins on it  before IF i will put the wallet.dat of bitcoin to the clam wallet
is there any clam i can claim?
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July 06, 2014, 06:35:04 AM
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Otherwise, if you are only importing a single wallet.dat file, it is fine to overwrite the EMPTY wallet.dat file created when CLAMS starts.
Again, please make sure you back-up any wallet files that have coin in them before you copy ANYTHING, ANYWHERE.
mine now i have
wallet.dat and wallet(2).dat
so i sync first the empty clam qt  and after I will overwrite  the existing wallet.dat?

Okay, lets start from the beginning.

The first time you start CLAMClient, it will create an empty wallet.dat file.
Write down a receive address from this wallet.
Then, close down the CLAMClient, and copy the wallet.dat, which holds the receive address you just wrote down to a safe place (Like renaming it wallet(2).dat).

Now, copy in the wallet.dat from Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dogecoin.

Then, start CLAMClient with --salvagewallet

Send the CLAMS you find to the address you wrote down/copied.

Stop the CLAMClient.

Move you bitcoin, litecoin, dogecoin wallet.dat file out of the folder and put back in your original CLAMS wallet.dat file.

Finally, start clam-qt.exe normally (only need --salvagewallet once when your finding your CLAMS).

You should see your CLAMS Smiley

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=623147
Proof-Of-Chain, 100% Distributed BEFORE Launch.
Everyone who owned BTC, LTC, or DOGE at launch got free CLAMS.
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Otherwise, if you are only importing a single wallet.dat file, it is fine to overwrite the EMPTY wallet.dat file created when CLAMS starts.
Again, please make sure you back-up any wallet files that have coin in them before you copy ANYTHING, ANYWHERE.
mine now i have
wallet.dat and wallet(2).dat
so i sync first the empty clam qt  and after I will overwrite  the existing wallet.dat?

Okay, lets start from the beginning.

The first time you start CLAMClient, it will create an empty wallet.dat file.
Write down a receive address from this wallet.
Then, close down the CLAMClient, and copy the wallet.dat, which holds the receive address you just wrote down to a safe place (Like renaming it wallet(2).dat).

Now, copy in the wallet.dat from Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dogecoin.

Then, start CLAMClient with --salvagewallet

Send the CLAMS you find to the address you wrote down/copied.

Stop the CLAMClient.

Move you bitcoin, litecoin, dogecoin wallet.dat file out of the folder and put back in your original CLAMS wallet.dat file.

Finally, start clam-qt.exe normally (only need --salvagewallet once when your finding your CLAMS).

You should see your CLAMS Smiley

I manage now with 1 wallet.dat  i got some clam already

please see the my other question above thread..
thanks a lot...

it works now....yeheyyy i claim some...

but I only put 1 wallet.dat from doge

question.... If my wallet from bitcoin is empty but it used to have a lot of coins on it  before IF i will put the wallet.dat of bitcoin to the clam wallet
is there any clam i can claim?
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July 06, 2014, 06:44:13 AM
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Wallet works great, not a scam I still have my coins in all the wallets I used, I got 18 clams and trying to buy more, this is rare and great trophy coin goodluck everyone!!! Go Poloniex!

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July 06, 2014, 06:46:41 AM
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Otherwise, if you are only importing a single wallet.dat file, it is fine to overwrite the EMPTY wallet.dat file created when CLAMS starts.
Again, please make sure you back-up any wallet files that have coin in them before you copy ANYTHING, ANYWHERE.
mine now i have
wallet.dat and wallet(2).dat
so i sync first the empty clam qt  and after I will overwrite  the existing wallet.dat?
Okay, lets start from the beginning.
The first time you start CLAMClient, it will create an empty wallet.dat file.
Write down a receive address from this wallet.
Then, close down the CLAMClient, and copy the wallet.dat, which holds the receive address you just wrote down to a safe place (Like renaming it wallet(2).dat).
Now, copy in the wallet.dat from Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dogecoin.
Then, start CLAMClient with --salvagewallet
Send the CLAMS you find to the address you wrote down/copied.
Stop the CLAMClient.
Move you bitcoin, litecoin, dogecoin wallet.dat file out of the folder and put back in your original CLAMS wallet.dat file.
Finally, start clam-qt.exe normally (only need --salvagewallet once when your finding your CLAMS).
You should see your CLAMS Smiley
I manage now with 1 wallet.dat  i got some clam already
please see the my other question above thread..
thanks a lot...
it works now....yeheyyy i claim some...
but I only put 1 wallet.dat from doge
question.... If my wallet from bitcoin is empty but it used to have a lot of coins on it  before IF i will put the wallet.dat of bitcoin to the clam wallet
is there any clam i can claim?

If your wallet had Bitcoin in it when we launched, in May, then there should be CLAMS waiting to be found there too Smiley

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=623147
Proof-Of-Chain, 100% Distributed BEFORE Launch.
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Wallet works great, not a scam I still have my coins in all the wallets I used, I got 18 clams and trying to buy more, this is rare and great trophy coin goodluck everyone!!! Go Poloniex!


the wallet should have coins on it enabale to claim clam?
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Otherwise, if you are only importing a single wallet.dat file, it is fine to overwrite the EMPTY wallet.dat file created when CLAMS starts.
Again, please make sure you back-up any wallet files that have coin in them before you copy ANYTHING, ANYWHERE.
mine now i have
wallet.dat and wallet(2).dat
so i sync first the empty clam qt  and after I will overwrite  the existing wallet.dat?
Okay, lets start from the beginning.
The first time you start CLAMClient, it will create an empty wallet.dat file.
Write down a receive address from this wallet.
Then, close down the CLAMClient, and copy the wallet.dat, which holds the receive address you just wrote down to a safe place (Like renaming it wallet(2).dat).
Now, copy in the wallet.dat from Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dogecoin.
Then, start CLAMClient with --salvagewallet
Send the CLAMS you find to the address you wrote down/copied.
Stop the CLAMClient.
Move you bitcoin, litecoin, dogecoin wallet.dat file out of the folder and put back in your original CLAMS wallet.dat file.
Finally, start clam-qt.exe normally (only need --salvagewallet once when your finding your CLAMS).
You should see your CLAMS Smiley
I manage now with 1 wallet.dat  i got some clam already
please see the my other question above thread..
thanks a lot...
it works now....yeheyyy i claim some...
but I only put 1 wallet.dat from doge
question.... If my wallet from bitcoin is empty but it used to have a lot of coins on it  before IF i will put the wallet.dat of bitcoin to the clam wallet
is there any clam i can claim?

If your wallet had Bitcoin in it when we launched, in May, then there should be CLAMS waiting to be found there too Smiley


wow you make me more excited more lol....i claim a lot of clam already with 1 wallet.dat....i hope the other coi that i have will have more...
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Otherwise, if you are only importing a single wallet.dat file, it is fine to overwrite the EMPTY wallet.dat file created when CLAMS starts.
Again, please make sure you back-up any wallet files that have coin in them before you copy ANYTHING, ANYWHERE.
mine now i have
wallet.dat and wallet(2).dat
so i sync first the empty clam qt  and after I will overwrite  the existing wallet.dat?
Okay, lets start from the beginning.
The first time you start CLAMClient, it will create an empty wallet.dat file.
Write down a receive address from this wallet.
Then, close down the CLAMClient, and copy the wallet.dat, which holds the receive address you just wrote down to a safe place (Like renaming it wallet(2).dat).
Now, copy in the wallet.dat from Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dogecoin.
Then, start CLAMClient with --salvagewallet
Send the CLAMS you find to the address you wrote down/copied.
Stop the CLAMClient.
Move you bitcoin, litecoin, dogecoin wallet.dat file out of the folder and put back in your original CLAMS wallet.dat file.
Finally, start clam-qt.exe normally (only need --salvagewallet once when your finding your CLAMS).
You should see your CLAMS Smiley
I manage now with 1 wallet.dat  i got some clam already
please see the my other question above thread..
thanks a lot...
it works now....yeheyyy i claim some...
but I only put 1 wallet.dat from doge
question.... If my wallet from bitcoin is empty but it used to have a lot of coins on it  before IF i will put the wallet.dat of bitcoin to the clam wallet
is there any clam i can claim?

If your wallet had Bitcoin in it when we launched, in May, then there should be CLAMS waiting to be found there too Smiley


I ALREADY CLAIM NOW WITH DOGE WALLET.DAT NOW WHEN I CLICK IN RECEIVING ADRESS IN THE CLAM WALLET.. I DONT HAVE RECEIVING ADDRES???
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July 06, 2014, 07:12:09 AM
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Otherwise, if you are only importing a single wallet.dat file, it is fine to overwrite the EMPTY wallet.dat file created when CLAMS starts.
Again, please make sure you back-up any wallet files that have coin in them before you copy ANYTHING, ANYWHERE.
mine now i have
wallet.dat and wallet(2).dat
so i sync first the empty clam qt  and after I will overwrite  the existing wallet.dat?
Okay, lets start from the beginning.
The first time you start CLAMClient, it will create an empty wallet.dat file.
Write down a receive address from this wallet.
Then, close down the CLAMClient, and copy the wallet.dat, which holds the receive address you just wrote down to a safe place (Like renaming it wallet(2).dat).
Now, copy in the wallet.dat from Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dogecoin.
Then, start CLAMClient with --salvagewallet
Send the CLAMS you find to the address you wrote down/copied.
Stop the CLAMClient.
Move you bitcoin, litecoin, dogecoin wallet.dat file out of the folder and put back in your original CLAMS wallet.dat file.
Finally, start clam-qt.exe normally (only need --salvagewallet once when your finding your CLAMS).
You should see your CLAMS Smiley
I manage now with 1 wallet.dat  i got some clam already
please see the my other question above thread..
thanks a lot...
it works now....yeheyyy i claim some...
but I only put 1 wallet.dat from doge
question.... If my wallet from bitcoin is empty but it used to have a lot of coins on it  before IF i will put the wallet.dat of bitcoin to the clam wallet
is there any clam i can claim?

If your wallet had Bitcoin in it when we launched, in May, then there should be CLAMS waiting to be found there too Smiley


I ALREADY CLAIM NOW WITH DOGE WALLET.DAT NOW WHEN I CLICK IN RECEIVING ADRESS IN THE CLAM WALLET.. I DONT HAVE RECEIVING ADDRES???

I had the same issue so added a new address and restarted the client and hey presto the old address also shows up.
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July 06, 2014, 07:39:56 AM
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No idea whether or not i'm mining on http://khashier.com/ you guys need to get stats up asap. I see the net rates go up and down all the time and it's prolly due to that one unanswered question.
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Nice idea and all but i give up. I tried several times and no clams. Either i didnt get any or somethings wrong.
When i try to import the data from multibit saves i get "Cannot open wallet dump file (code -8)"
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July 06, 2014, 08:41:13 AM
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Nice idea and all but i give up. I tried several times and no clams. Either i didnt get any or somethings wrong.
When i try to import the data from multibit saves i get "Cannot open wallet dump file (code -8)"
Please, visit us at the Clams Sub-Reddit.
Give as much detail as you can, and we are happy to try and help you figure out what is going on.

Also, it is important to note that the wallet you are attempting to claim your CLAMS with needed to have coins back in May when CLAMS was launched.

You may also private message us here at the forum here if you would prefer, and we will do our best to get you straightened out!



No idea whether or not i'm mining on http://khashier.com/ you guys need to get stats up asap. I see the net rates go up and down all the time and it's prolly due to that one unanswered question.

Honestly, the pool had not been doing great as of late and we have been focusing on development with the client itself and the upcoming updates.

In light of the Poloniex listing, I would expect some rudimentary stats pretty darn soon Tongue  
In the meantime, if you want some personal information you can PM us with your clams address/worker name, and we can give you whatever information you might need to hold you over Grin

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July 06, 2014, 09:49:20 AM
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No idea whether or not i'm mining on http://khashier.com/ you guys need to get stats up asap. I see the net rates go up and down all the time and it's prolly due to that one unanswered question.

Honestly, the pool had not been doing great as of late and we have been focusing on development with the client itself and the upcoming updates.

In light of the Poloniex listing, I would expect some rudimentary stats pretty darn soon Tongue  
In the meantime, if you want some personal information you can PM us with your clams address/worker name, and we can give you whatever information you might need to hold you over Grin
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July 06, 2014, 10:24:32 AM
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We added a super temporary Worker Stats page at khashier.com

Worker Stats

We intend to improve the stats at the pool very soon, but for now we hope that helps a bit Smiley

The path to the first payout is well underway, but sadly will likely not come until tomorrow evening.
Everything is in line with the listing at Poloniex to get it done, but we would like to not push the CLAM market.

We would also like to supervise the scripts on the first run through, and alas we have been hammering away all evening and it is getting later by the minute.

Long live the CLAM Shell Smiley

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