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Author Topic: [ANN][CLAM] CLAMs, Proof-Of-Chain, Proof-Of-Working-Stake, a.k.a. "Clamcoin"  (Read 1105457 times)
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August 07, 2017, 02:08:46 AM
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Finally, here are the top 10 nodes according to my seeder:

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31.204.128.80:31174
74.207.230.61:31174
220.239.41.71:31174
98.18.252.73:31174
213.239.208.169:31174
67.205.153.62:31174
178.63.60.7:9025
72.48.98.106:31174
139.162.195.69:18333
170.130.28.186:31174

Thanks for the updated node list!

This was probably the biggest help yet actually. I have now imported this list and the client is up to 9 active peers, whereas before I only managed to ever connect to one or two at a time.

My other questions from above do not seem as urgent now, although the answers still might be helpful in general.
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August 10, 2017, 12:42:22 PM
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Is there like a web based version of a clam coin wallet? I am just curious. Clam is like more than a year or two. Somebody must have developed an online wallet version.

I haven't found an online version that isn't an exchange (Bittrex, Cryptopia), but I have found an android version. It is one of the many coins that Coinomi supports. I installed Coinomi on 2 devices and restored a backup from the first one on the second one and both are working fine. Remember that you can't stake from an android wallet.

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August 10, 2017, 12:49:12 PM
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I have created a slot machine in vb.net which turned out quite nice (bar-style, not casino-style) and I would like to rebuild this into an online CLAM powered version. Unfortunately my programming skills are insufficient for this and I'd lke to team up with someone who knows how to build this. If someone is interested, I can show you what I've made so far.
(Am I allowed to add a download link to a post?)

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August 11, 2017, 03:11:28 AM
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Is there like a web based version of a clam coin wallet? I am just curious. Clam is like more than a year or two. Somebody must have developed an online wallet version.

I haven't found an online version that isn't an exchange (Bittrex, Cryptopia), but I have found an android version. It is one of the many coins that Coinomi supports. I installed Coinomi on 2 devices and restored a backup from the first one on the second one and both are working fine. Remember that you can't stake from an android wallet.


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August 11, 2017, 07:17:32 PM
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https://freebitcoins.com/clamchecker/dig/ is a nightmare, doesnt work at all.
Is there any alternative way to check if my adresses are eligible?
Thanks in advance Smiley
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August 11, 2017, 07:41:17 PM
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https://freebitcoins.com/clamchecker/dig/ is a nightmare, doesnt work at all.
Is there any alternative way to check if my adresses are eligible?
Thanks in advance Smiley

What is a nightmare about it and doesn't work?

You can use Just-dice.com chat box.

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August 11, 2017, 08:06:30 PM
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No offense mate.. I checked again, now it works!
An hour ago I entered an adress, pressed "Check Adress" and nothing
happend. No result. Tried it with Chrome and IE and different adresses.
Did you change something in the meanwhile? Now it magically works.
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August 11, 2017, 09:01:45 PM
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No offense mate.. I checked again, now it works!
An hour ago I entered an adress, pressed "Check Adress" and nothing
happend. No result. Tried it with Chrome and IE and different adresses.
Did you change something in the meanwhile? Now it magically works.

No offense taken at all.  If it sucks donkey dick... I want to be the first to know!!!!!!!!

There was an issue with our physical hosting apparently. <3

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August 12, 2017, 12:55:49 PM
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No twitter updates for 6 months. Is this coin a joke?

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August 12, 2017, 01:18:58 PM
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No twitter updates for 6 months. Is this coin a joke?

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I think it is not a joke. End.

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August 12, 2017, 03:22:12 PM
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The price spiked above $8.40 today. Is there any reason for this other than that this coin is suddenly discovered by wealthy investors?
I already thought CLAM would be worth more than $10.- at the end of this year, but couldn't it wait until I had a lot more of it?  Grin

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August 12, 2017, 06:06:14 PM
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No twitter updates for 6 months. Is this coin a joke?

No, Twitter is a joke.

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August 12, 2017, 10:47:27 PM
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No twitter updates for 6 months. Is this coin a joke?

It's a shitcoin, what do you expect?  It hasn't been developed in years.  Manage your expectations.

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August 12, 2017, 11:07:11 PM
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No twitter updates for 6 months. Is this coin a joke?

No, Twitter is a joke.

I must agree .....Twitter is a joke..most suitable for Twits!

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August 12, 2017, 11:11:57 PM
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The price spiked above $8.40 today. Is there any reason for this other than that this coin is suddenly discovered by wealthy investors?

That's pretty much the only reason any coin ever goes up
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August 13, 2017, 02:40:20 AM
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The price spiked above $8.40 today. Is there any reason for this other than that this coin is suddenly discovered by wealthy investors?

That's pretty much the only reason any coin ever goes up

More buyers than sellers at the moment.

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August 13, 2017, 05:04:28 AM
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Could someone please assist?

I have two old addresses (BTC) containing CLAM, of which I have the private keys only, no wallet.dat files.

I seem to be able to import the address in to the (Win) Clam wallet, using 'importprivkey' within the debug window. Running the 'importprivkey' seems to work, as the address is then listed in the 'receive' window, however during running the importprivkey command I am returned with an empty error (see this: ) and my clams balance is zero, still.... I've tried both WIF (as per screenshot) and BIP format (fails -5 error as expected.)


  • My clamclient is fully synced with the network.
    The private keys are 'exported' from blockchain.info

What is the process here? Can I actually import private keys and claim the balance? I do not have the wallet.dat files and I don't believe I can generate these without syncing the entire BTC blockchain in to the Win wallet, importing priv keys, then exporting .dat files?!


I'm hardly an expert but I emptied my bitcoinaddress and entered the private key on freebitcoins.com. Minutes later I received the equivalent of 4.6 CLAM as bitcoins into my other address. Then I used those bitcoins to buy CLAM again. If all else fails this may be the way to go.

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August 13, 2017, 05:11:36 AM
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Could someone please assist?

I have two old addresses (BTC) containing CLAM, of which I have the private keys only, no wallet.dat files.

I seem to be able to import the address in to the (Win) Clam wallet, using 'importprivkey' within the debug window. Running the 'importprivkey' seems to work, as the address is then listed in the 'receive' window, however during running the importprivkey command I am returned with an empty error (see this: ) and my clams balance is zero, still.... I've tried both WIF (as per screenshot) and BIP format (fails -5 error as expected.)


  • My clamclient is fully synced with the network.
    The private keys are 'exported' from blockchain.info

What is the process here? Can I actually import private keys and claim the balance? I do not have the wallet.dat files and I don't believe I can generate these without syncing the entire BTC blockchain in to the Win wallet, importing priv keys, then exporting .dat files?!


I'm hardly an expert but I emptied my bitcoinaddress and entered the private key on freebitcoins.com. Minutes later I received the equivalent of 4.6 CLAM as bitcoins into my other address. Then I used those bitcoins to buy CLAM again. If all else fails this may be the way to go.

You only received 3.5 CLAM worth of BTC if you used FreeBitcoins.

You get 3.5 CLAM
They get 1 CLAM
Affiliate (if no affiliate then the CLAM faucet to help spread CLAM) get the remaining 0.10545574 CLAM

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August 13, 2017, 06:26:18 AM
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I don't believe I can generate these without syncing the entire BTC blockchain in to the Win wallet, importing priv keys, then exporting .dat files?!

You don't need to sync the BTC blockchain. You can importprivkey in the Bitcoin client without even being online. Then quit it, and you'll have your private key in a wallet.dat suitable for importing. But if importing the private key into the CLAM client directly isn't working, I doubt the wallet.dat route will work either.

I'd recommend using a third party to claim it for you. The Just-Dice.com chat tab can do it - just type "/dig <address>" in there, where <address> is the Bitcoin address you want to claim.

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August 13, 2017, 06:30:29 AM
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Thanks for the relies and all the efforts to provide the updated bootstraps. I ended up being able to sync normally as it seems that I finally found a peer or two since my last post and it is now updated!

I am sure the bootstrap files will be quite useful for others though since finding online peers seems to be the major hurdle for most.

I fixed my seeder, so the CLAM client should be able to find its own peers now. It uses DNS:

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$ nslookup clam.just-dice.com
Server:      127.0.0.1
Address:   127.0.0.1#53

Non-authoritative answer:
Name:   clam.just-dice.com
Address: 52.41.9.64
Name:   clam.just-dice.com
Address: 31.204.128.80
Name:   clam.just-dice.com
Address: 67.205.153.62
Name:   clam.just-dice.com
Address: 74.82.244.100
Name:   clam.just-dice.com
Address: 213.239.208.169

The client looks up that host, and the results it gets back are CLAM peers.

My wallet shows that I am now staking my meager stash of around 200 clams that I claimed from various old keys. The client says it will take 6 days to complete the stake.

Does this mean I need to stay connected to a peer for the entire 6 days? If a peer drops off during this time does the staking process hang, start over again, or does the stake become forfeit? Peer connectivity seems to be the main sticking point with people getting into this coin right now.

It's saying you should stake on average once every 6 days. Staking is random. You could stake in the next minute, or it might take a month. But on average it'll take 6 days.

You can only stake if you're online. If you're offline half the time, it'll take twice as long on average.

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