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Author Topic: [ANN][CLAM] CLAMs, Proof-Of-Chain, Proof-Of-Working-Stake, a.k.a. "Clamcoin"  (Read 1110825 times)
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October 15, 2017, 03:00:34 PM
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very good cause, I like it
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October 15, 2017, 03:34:15 PM
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Great Sunday evening) been watching this project, now is the time purchase to the maximum Cool No one knows in connection with this sale??
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October 15, 2017, 05:20:08 PM
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Finally my wallet is updated. The bootstrap file should be clearly visible in the same places from where you can download the wallet.
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October 15, 2017, 08:25:08 PM
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dump round 2 soon hit 50k again, bye2 clam holder
Hahah i told you guys, welcome your btc locked inside clam at bottom the sea  Cheesy

Whoever this dude is, he's making the most whack trading moves I've seen in a long time. He's either retarded, hacked or something deeper is going on. Dropping over 3% of the supply on one exchange in one minute is loopy. There's a whole bunch of CLAM at Bittrex that he could have sold into at a higher price.

The price has been dropping ever since. Maybe he wants to buy back at the bottem? It would be a daring move, and you're right, a retarded one. You can never predict this.

I said this previously, but this is likely a whale selling into his own buy walls. He isnt actually losing any clam. He bolstered the price with huge buy walls then sells his own clam into his own buy walls to create panic sell and buy lower. Then he pushes the price back up rapidly.
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October 15, 2017, 09:26:29 PM
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Another nice theory here, the guy explained the situation and predicted the drop:
https://youtu.be/aOeVpaQD-OY
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October 15, 2017, 11:49:43 PM
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Anyone else feel like they're chasing Clams down a rabbit hole?
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October 16, 2017, 11:21:51 AM
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sice this morning my local wallet decided not to connect to the network anymore!

How can I solve this issue?

I added this peer list to my clam.conf without results

Code:
addnode=144.76.185.69
addnode=91.232.105.11
addnode=2a01:4f8:151:6347::2
addnode=176.9.113.75
addnode=45.79.151.194
addnode=88.198.207.8
addnode=168.235.150.242
addnode=109.236.85.42
addnode=192.241.224.61
addnode=162.243.198.51
addnode=192.99.32.187
addnode=74.207.230.61
addnode=104.236.69.34
addnode=2600:3c02::f03c:91ff:fe6e:e806
addnode=159.203.117.103
addnode=203.45.89.214
addnode=199.233.246.224
addnode=5.189.139.227
addnode=23.117.142.67
addnode=86.188.104.174
addnode=75.136.69.71
addnode=93.33.144.9
addnode=109.182.159.47
addnode=151.80.33.164
addnode=86.191.255.223
addnode=52.5.155.203
addnode=99.237.87.158
addnode=213.107.69.133
addnode=91.73.255.52
addnode=2602:306:c5b4:a190:1d42:b1e5:8ad3:adcd
addnode=78.62.83.197
addnode=2605:f700:80:800::4958:58fc
addnode=2605:e000:a901:be00:ac5a:6691:f0a6:d3d7
addnode=89.164.59.191
addnode=2606:a000:8880:e900:9066:ff21:6cb8:b507
addnode=65.182.72.222
addnode=107.170.174.86
addnode=72.10.216.141
addnode=98.238.201.128
addnode=2003:89:ee36:587:6d14:c7da:ef2e:5695
addnode=188.218.135.19
addnode=91.230.202.187
addnode=31.223.129.19
addnode=125.212.124.117
addnode=188.68.49.137
addnode=185.37.86.95
addnode=141.135.135.208
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October 16, 2017, 12:32:50 PM
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sice this morning my local wallet decided not to connect to the network anymore!

How can I solve this issue?

I added this peer list to my clam.conf without results

Code:
addnode=144.76.185.69
addnode=91.232.105.11
addnode=2a01:4f8:151:6347::2
addnode=176.9.113.75
addnode=45.79.151.194
addnode=88.198.207.8
addnode=168.235.150.242
addnode=109.236.85.42
addnode=192.241.224.61
addnode=162.243.198.51
addnode=192.99.32.187
addnode=74.207.230.61
addnode=104.236.69.34
addnode=2600:3c02::f03c:91ff:fe6e:e806
addnode=159.203.117.103
addnode=203.45.89.214
addnode=199.233.246.224
addnode=5.189.139.227
addnode=23.117.142.67
addnode=86.188.104.174
addnode=75.136.69.71
addnode=93.33.144.9
addnode=109.182.159.47
addnode=151.80.33.164
addnode=86.191.255.223
addnode=52.5.155.203
addnode=99.237.87.158
addnode=213.107.69.133
addnode=91.73.255.52
addnode=2602:306:c5b4:a190:1d42:b1e5:8ad3:adcd
addnode=78.62.83.197
addnode=2605:f700:80:800::4958:58fc
addnode=2605:e000:a901:be00:ac5a:6691:f0a6:d3d7
addnode=89.164.59.191
addnode=2606:a000:8880:e900:9066:ff21:6cb8:b507
addnode=65.182.72.222
addnode=107.170.174.86
addnode=72.10.216.141
addnode=98.238.201.128
addnode=2003:89:ee36:587:6d14:c7da:ef2e:5695
addnode=188.218.135.19
addnode=91.230.202.187
addnode=31.223.129.19
addnode=125.212.124.117
addnode=188.68.49.137
addnode=185.37.86.95
addnode=141.135.135.208

Nodes list @ presstabs might help ?
 http://www.presstab.pw/phpexplorer/CLAM/nodes.php
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October 16, 2017, 01:03:01 PM
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sice this morning my local wallet decided not to connect to the network anymore!

How can I solve this issue?

I added this peer list to my clam.conf without results

Code:
addnode=144.76.185.69
addnode=91.232.105.11
addnode=2a01:4f8:151:6347::2
addnode=176.9.113.75
addnode=45.79.151.194
addnode=88.198.207.8
addnode=168.235.150.242
addnode=109.236.85.42
addnode=192.241.224.61
addnode=162.243.198.51
addnode=192.99.32.187
addnode=74.207.230.61
addnode=104.236.69.34
addnode=2600:3c02::f03c:91ff:fe6e:e806
addnode=159.203.117.103
addnode=203.45.89.214
addnode=199.233.246.224
addnode=5.189.139.227
addnode=23.117.142.67
addnode=86.188.104.174
addnode=75.136.69.71
addnode=93.33.144.9
addnode=109.182.159.47
addnode=151.80.33.164
addnode=86.191.255.223
addnode=52.5.155.203
addnode=99.237.87.158
addnode=213.107.69.133
addnode=91.73.255.52
addnode=2602:306:c5b4:a190:1d42:b1e5:8ad3:adcd
addnode=78.62.83.197
addnode=2605:f700:80:800::4958:58fc
addnode=2605:e000:a901:be00:ac5a:6691:f0a6:d3d7
addnode=89.164.59.191
addnode=2606:a000:8880:e900:9066:ff21:6cb8:b507
addnode=65.182.72.222
addnode=107.170.174.86
addnode=72.10.216.141
addnode=98.238.201.128
addnode=2003:89:ee36:587:6d14:c7da:ef2e:5695
addnode=188.218.135.19
addnode=91.230.202.187
addnode=31.223.129.19
addnode=125.212.124.117
addnode=188.68.49.137
addnode=185.37.86.95
addnode=141.135.135.208

Nodes list @ presstabs might help ?
 http://www.presstab.pw/phpexplorer/CLAM/nodes.php

thx
Did I do right to add them to the clam.conf file?
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October 16, 2017, 01:47:37 PM
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sice this morning my local wallet decided not to connect to the network anymore!

How can I solve this issue?

I added this peer list to my clam.conf without results

Code:
addnode=144.76.185.69
addnode=91.232.105.11
addnode=2a01:4f8:151:6347::2
addnode=176.9.113.75
addnode=45.79.151.194
addnode=88.198.207.8
addnode=168.235.150.242
addnode=109.236.85.42
addnode=192.241.224.61
addnode=162.243.198.51
addnode=192.99.32.187
addnode=74.207.230.61
addnode=104.236.69.34
addnode=2600:3c02::f03c:91ff:fe6e:e806
addnode=159.203.117.103
addnode=203.45.89.214
addnode=199.233.246.224
addnode=5.189.139.227
addnode=23.117.142.67
addnode=86.188.104.174
addnode=75.136.69.71
addnode=93.33.144.9
addnode=109.182.159.47
addnode=151.80.33.164
addnode=86.191.255.223
addnode=52.5.155.203
addnode=99.237.87.158
addnode=213.107.69.133
addnode=91.73.255.52
addnode=2602:306:c5b4:a190:1d42:b1e5:8ad3:adcd
addnode=78.62.83.197
addnode=2605:f700:80:800::4958:58fc
addnode=2605:e000:a901:be00:ac5a:6691:f0a6:d3d7
addnode=89.164.59.191
addnode=2606:a000:8880:e900:9066:ff21:6cb8:b507
addnode=65.182.72.222
addnode=107.170.174.86
addnode=72.10.216.141
addnode=98.238.201.128
addnode=2003:89:ee36:587:6d14:c7da:ef2e:5695
addnode=188.218.135.19
addnode=91.230.202.187
addnode=31.223.129.19
addnode=125.212.124.117
addnode=188.68.49.137
addnode=185.37.86.95
addnode=141.135.135.208

Nodes list @ presstabs might help ?
 http://www.presstab.pw/phpexplorer/CLAM/nodes.php

thx
Did I do right to add them to the clam.conf file?

yes you can do that, or sometimes with a sticky wallet I use addnode in the console and work my way down the list every few minutes until things pick up.

To be honest I'm not 100% about which nodes should be considered permanent and therefore included in the .conf

pretty sure you can end up with some garbage in there but ... does it hurt?


also  the only node i'm connected to that states sync node is

"addr" : "[2001:0:4137:9e76:3015:210b:aa1f:f238]:31174",

"services" : "00000001",
"lastsend" : 1508156983,
"lastrecv" : 1508157014,
"bytessent" : 190454,
"bytesrecv" : 4934542,
"conntime" : 1508155680,
"pingtime" : 0.19810200,
"version" : 60014,
"timeoffset" : -9,
"subver" : "/Satoshi:1.4.17/",
"inbound" : false,
"startingheight" : 1731628,
"banscore" : 0,
"syncnode" : true
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October 16, 2017, 03:59:16 PM
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hi all,
I didnt have access to internet connections recent days, so I didnt know why Clam plummeted. Could you give me more information about that. thank you

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October 16, 2017, 11:48:05 PM
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 Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Kiss Kiss Kiss Kiss Kiss Kiss

clams===> poooof!

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October 17, 2017, 01:40:24 AM
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hi all,
I didnt have access to internet connections recent days, so I didnt know why Clam plummeted. Could you give me more information about that. thank you

Best way to get new fans is to dip this hard.

Buying.
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October 17, 2017, 03:22:47 AM
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Finally my wallet is updated. The bootstrap file should be clearly visible in the same places from where you can download the wallet.

Do you or anyone else has the most recent blockchain snapshot? It is taking forever for my wallet to sync...

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October 17, 2017, 05:13:50 AM
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Finally my wallet is updated. The bootstrap file should be clearly visible in the same places from where you can download the wallet.

Do you or anyone else has the most recent blockchain snapshot? It is taking forever for my wallet to sync...

This question is answered about 100 times in this thread and I believe in the Original Post as well.

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October 17, 2017, 06:04:14 AM
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TOO BAD THIS COIN COULD OF WENT BIGGER BUT GOT ABANDONED NOW ITS JUST GONE TO SHIT YESTERDAY!

Clams is my favourite too☺
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October 17, 2017, 07:24:58 AM
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What shit  happened?!?!?!?!?!?

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October 17, 2017, 08:49:15 AM
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No one knows exactly but probably price manipulation by whale(s). 
Or just taking a big position in BTC to get free money with the upcoming fork. 
We're having 70K invested back on JD so it's a good signal that we've maybe hit the bottom.

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October 17, 2017, 09:24:22 AM
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No one knows exactly but probably price manipulation by whale(s). 
Or just taking a big position in BTC to get free money with the upcoming fork. 
We're having 70K invested back on JD so it's a good signal that we've maybe hit the bottom.

I think the bottom will be 0.0005 if not even lower, hope to be wrong
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October 17, 2017, 01:40:04 PM
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No one knows exactly but probably price manipulation by whale(s). 
Or just taking a big position in BTC to get free money with the upcoming fork. 
We're having 70K invested back on JD so it's a good signal that we've maybe hit the bottom.

I think the bottom will be 0.0005 if not even lower, hope to be wrong
TOO BAD THIS COIN COULD OF WENT BIGGER BUT GOT ABANDONED NOW ITS JUST GONE TO SHIT YESTERDAY!

Clams is my favourite too☺


similar things had happened a few times to clams before that
and clams still here exist and NOT abandoned like you said
have faith... this will pass and price will rise back to its usual range  Cool
as long as people believe and hold and use it (in just-dice), clams will be around!

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