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Author Topic: [ANN][CLAM] CLAMs, Proof-Of-Chain, Proof-Of-Working-Stake, a.k.a. "Clamcoin"  (Read 1150745 times)
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August 01, 2015, 11:38:47 PM
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So does mean that it is showing me other coins that have already been dug up or are this new coins being produced (dug up).

Just curious ass to why it says "DIG" in the debug file.   Thinking it was answered I just didn't pick up on it.  I know that coins are dug up and all from the previous transactions in the block chain.  Is it that when it says "DIG" I'm producing new coins?

Just want to make sure I have all this correct.

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August 01, 2015, 11:49:12 PM
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So does mean that it is showing me other coins that have already been dug up or are this new coins being produced (dug up).
Just curious ass to why it says "DIG" in the debug file.   Thinking it was answered I just didn't pick up on it.  I know that coins are dug up and all from the previous transactions in the block chain.  Is it that when it says "DIG" I'm producing new coins?
Just want to make sure I have all this correct.

There is no way to precisely define, let alone identify, when a key has been imported into the client.

That said, the "DIG" you are referring references a distribution output which has moved or staked for the first time.

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August 02, 2015, 02:47:35 AM
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So does mean that it is showing me other coins that have already been dug up or are this new coins being produced (dug up).
Just curious ass to why it says "DIG" in the debug file.   Thinking it was answered I just didn't pick up on it.  I know that coins are dug up and all from the previous transactions in the block chain.  Is it that when it says "DIG" I'm producing new coins?
Just want to make sure I have all this correct.

There is no way to precisely define, let alone identify, when a key has been imported into the client.

That said, the "DIG" you are referring references a distribution output which has moved or staked for the first time.

Plus, Your (Lenore) looking at your debug file.  You should know if you imported a private key, or wallet.dat.  If not, then the "dig" your seeing are other people digging clams.  

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August 02, 2015, 03:07:55 AM
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So does mean that it is showing me other coins that have already been dug up or are this new coins being produced (dug up).

Just curious ass to why it says "DIG" in the debug file.   Thinking it was answered I just didn't pick up on it.  I know that coins are dug up and all from the previous transactions in the block chain.  Is it that when it says "DIG" I'm producing new coins?

It says "DIG" each time it accepts a block that moves one of the initial distribution outputs. If you're syncing the blockchain, you'll see it a lot as it accepts lots of blocks quickly. It doesn't distinguish between outputs owned by you and those owned by others.

There's no good reason for it to still be in the debug file really.

If you go to the 'console' page, type 'getinfo' and hit return, you'll see a bunch of information including something like the following:

    "moneysupply" : 15250588.13048927,
    "digsupply" : 329552.59638718,
    "stakesupply" : 476186.72641731,
    "activesupply" : 805739.32280449,

The "digsupply" number is the total number of coins from the initial distribution that have moved so far. As your client syncs, that number will increase. The "activesupply" is the sum of "digsupply" and "stakesupply", where "stakesupply" is the total number of coins created by staking.

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August 02, 2015, 02:31:14 PM
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Sorry...slightly off topic Grin)

I'm interested in retrieving  some clams from my reddit doge user account, in light of that....

Do you know who would owns the private keys of my dogetipbot address on reddit?, 
would it be me, or Mohland of dogetipbot?

Thanks for your help Grin)
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August 02, 2015, 03:11:39 PM
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Is it still possible to redeem CLAM's with old BTC & LTC wallets? Cant find the info in the OP.
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August 02, 2015, 03:15:43 PM
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Is it still possible to redeem CLAM's with old BTC & LTC wallets? Cant find the info in the OP.

Here's what I wrote last time someone asked the same question. Maybe OP needs to be improved?

So, how do i go about claiming my clams with private keys? not clear from OP.

The easiest way is to import your whole BTC/LTC/DOGE wallet.dat into the CLAM client. It will add all the private keys into its own wallet and scan the blockchain for distribution CLAMs.

Alternatively, if you have specific private keys in WIF format, you can "importpriv" in the CLAM client debug console.

As a third alternative, you can use the Just-Dice.com chat tab to check addresses for CLAM (/dig ADDRESS) and to claim any CLAMs it locates (/dig ADDRESS PRIVKEY). That involves sending your private key to a remote server, so make sure the address is empty and retired from use before doing that.

Oh, and finally, you can use an the CLAM client on an offline machine (without even a copy of the blockchain) to sign a transaction with your private key. Then you don't have to trust the CLAM client or Just-Dice.com. The Just-Dice chat tab can give you a command to run on the offline machine. For example, I type:

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/dig 1CrPRwBkwZdEejXusCbh8o35YMN7g7ffKf offline

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02:14:34 INFO: run the following on an offline Linux machine, then broadcast the resulting hex value using https://just-dice.com/pushtx
02:14:34 INFO: the addr= part tells it where to send your CLAMs; the default is your Just-Dice deposit address
02:14:34 INFO: when prompted, type your private key:
02:14:34 INFO: echo -n "privkey: "; read privkey; addr=xMYvd61airRrnSUmV2oE1JhEqvzLdFWP7r; val=4.60535574; txid=b45c2a20731f8a88ba980f9cc9ce1d43cd7913d9c26ee3e8002ba1d08676b3de; vout=0; pubkey=76a91482007d41eec3a28b66b1ba726721d95577eb5a7688ac; output='"txid":"'$txid'","vout":'$vout; clamd signrawtransaction $(clamd createrawtransaction '[{'$output'}]' '{"'$addr'":'$val'}') '[{'$output',"scriptPubKey":"'$pubkey'"}]' '["'$privkey'"]'

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August 02, 2015, 03:25:25 PM
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Is it still possible to redeem CLAM's with old BTC & LTC wallets? Cant find the info in the OP.

Here's what I wrote last time someone asked the same question. Maybe OP needs to be improved?

So, how do i go about claiming my clams with private keys? not clear from OP.

The easiest way is to import your whole BTC/LTC/DOGE wallet.dat into the CLAM client. It will add all the private keys into its own wallet and scan the blockchain for distribution CLAMs.

Alternatively, if you have specific private keys in WIF format, you can "importpriv" in the CLAM client debug console.

As a third alternative, you can use the Just-Dice.com chat tab to check addresses for CLAM (/dig ADDRESS) and to claim any CLAMs it locates (/dig ADDRESS PRIVKEY). That involves sending your private key to a remote server, so make sure the address is empty and retired from use before doing that.

Oh, and finally, you can use an the CLAM client on an offline machine (without even a copy of the blockchain) to sign a transaction with your private key. Then you don't have to trust the CLAM client or Just-Dice.com. The Just-Dice chat tab can give you a command to run on the offline machine. For example, I type:

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/dig 1CrPRwBkwZdEejXusCbh8o35YMN7g7ffKf offline

and it tells me:

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02:14:34 INFO: run the following on an offline Linux machine, then broadcast the resulting hex value using https://just-dice.com/pushtx
02:14:34 INFO: the addr= part tells it where to send your CLAMs; the default is your Just-Dice deposit address
02:14:34 INFO: when prompted, type your private key:
02:14:34 INFO: echo -n "privkey: "; read privkey; addr=xMYvd61airRrnSUmV2oE1JhEqvzLdFWP7r; val=4.60535574; txid=b45c2a20731f8a88ba980f9cc9ce1d43cd7913d9c26ee3e8002ba1d08676b3de; vout=0; pubkey=76a91482007d41eec3a28b66b1ba726721d95577eb5a7688ac; output='"txid":"'$txid'","vout":'$vout; clamd signrawtransaction $(clamd createrawtransaction '[{'$output'}]' '{"'$addr'":'$val'}') '[{'$output',"scriptPubKey":"'$pubkey'"}]' '["'$privkey'"]'

Thank you. Ill try to load the wallets into the client. Do I need to wait for the full blockchain to sync? Or is there a bootstrap somewhere?

Edit: Found the bootstap in OP
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August 02, 2015, 03:46:38 PM
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The client doesnt detect the bootstrap.dat file. Just skips straight to syncing... Its placed in the correct Appdata folder. What do ?
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August 02, 2015, 03:55:15 PM
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The client doesnt detect the bootstrap.dat file. Just skips straight to syncing... Its placed in the correct Appdata folder. What do ?

I haven't synced with the clamclient.  One thing you can try if using the client is awkward is the other method suggested by dooglus, to use the Just-Dice chat robot to dig for you.
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August 02, 2015, 04:26:27 PM
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Ok thanks ill try it. By the way, how are the addresses rewarded? First time seen on the network?, # of transactions?
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August 02, 2015, 05:47:35 PM
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Ok thanks ill try it. By the way, how are the addresses rewarded? First time seen on the network?, # of transactions?

  Non-dust balance on May (14?) 2014.  All rewarded 4.6 clams. 

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mining is POS?


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August 02, 2015, 07:18:06 PM
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Thank for the reply guys.   I get it now.  Just wasn't sure what it ment.

Thanks again.  Clam are interesting for sure.  Yet I have none.

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CLAMs is getting harder and harder not to notice. Good things going on here.
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August 02, 2015, 07:55:34 PM
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So exactly what are all the way to get CLAMs?  I know there is staking, and such how else can you get clams.  I have ready but want to make sure I have everything correct.   Think I dove in head first without completely researching everything.  I am sure to mining BTC/LTC/DOGE and a few others.

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If you can prove that you owned any BTC/LTC/DOGE on 12 May 2014 you can redeem 4.6 CLAMS per address.
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August 02, 2015, 11:15:15 PM
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Bookmark www.Clamchecker.com it will seriously help you dig your CLAMS easily in the near future.  (Website currently isn't up.)

If you didn't have any addresses May 12th 2014 then you will be able to earn through a simple and no account needed affiliate system.  

Wait to tell your friends about CLAMS until you can get some coin for it Cheesy.

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Bookmark www.Clamchecker.com it will seriously help you dig your CLAMS easily in the near future.  (Website currently isn't up.)

If you didn't have any addresses May 12th 2014 then you will be able to earn through a simple and no account needed affiliate system.  

Wait to tell your friends about CLAMS until you can get some coin for it Cheesy.

Oh man, how much are you planning to take?
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August 03, 2015, 08:26:30 AM
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Bookmark www.Clamchecker.com it will seriously help you dig your CLAMS easily in the near future.  (Website currently isn't up.)
If you didn't have any addresses May 12th 2014 then you will be able to earn through a simple and no account needed affiliate system.  
Wait to tell your friends about CLAMS until you can get some coin for it Cheesy.
Oh man, how much are you planning to take?

Too much  Angry

Though, assuming the "users" were people who would not have known of CLAM otherwise, or been capable of claiming - CLAM can always use evangelism.


COUGH COUGH

Do it right, BAC... Tongue

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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