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Author Topic: [ANN][CLAM] CLAMs, Proof-Of-Chain, Proof-Of-Working-Stake, a.k.a. "Clamcoin"  (Read 1106538 times)
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November 29, 2017, 10:09:10 AM
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yes, i find about the CLAM coin first on FreeBitcoins.com
and i diged last days many address .. really like this methode , its easy and nice, but now i donloaded the client and synced to try obtain a bit more money -but dont work till now for me, dont appear the balance

Well we are always here for you if needed.  I process everything on my end by hand.  I keep a cell phone on me that alerts me if someone needs to be cashed out.

Best of luck man and happy the website brought you in.

You should consider investing on Just-dice... it's the best website in crypto.

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November 29, 2017, 10:10:31 AM
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yes, i find about the CLAM coin first on FreeBitcoins.com
and i diged last days many address .. really like this methode , its easy and nice, but now i donloaded the client and synced to try obtain a bit more money -but dont work till now for me, dont appear the balance

We have a .dat tool that you could do every single one of your addresses in about 3 clicks (and change addresses)... you'd save a ton of time rather than doing them by hand.  This is our only tool that beats the shit out of every other dig tool available in my opinion even with the fee.  These small markets can swing 25% in a day... the CLAM wallet takes weeks to sync from scratch on a good internet connection and a nice machine.

https://freebitcoins.com/clamchecker/dig_wallet

I understand you probably like to do a few at a time, make sure you get paid and do a few more... that is the smart way to do it, but even if you dig 100,000 addresses in 3 clicks... we are going to make sure you get paid.

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November 29, 2017, 10:23:01 AM
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the problem its that i have blockchain address and as i konw in last time is not possible to export/save wallet.dat (or its possible?) .. so i dont can import the whole wallet to your website, only one by one address with private key
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November 29, 2017, 10:29:44 AM
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the problem its that i have blockchain address and as i konw in last time is not possible to export/save wallet.dat (or its possible?) .. so i dont can import the whole wallet to your website, only one by one address with private key

If you wanted we would be more than happy to take a text file and apply a simple script against it using a Multibit wallet and dig stuff for you using automation.

You can open a support ticket on FreeBitcoins ("Contact Us" under Info/Help) and send it that way.  (Be sure to include your payment address or addresses if you want multiple)

No additional charge of course.

I can ask if kef can come here and try to walk you through setting up your own .dat out of a blockchain wallet as well if you want, but I think opening a support ticket and copy/pasting is easiest.  

Obviously make sure all the addresses are empty and retired.  You should keep the keys though just in case you receive a payment down the road or whatever.

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December 01, 2017, 09:22:12 AM
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"scriptPubKey":"WHERE-DO-I-GET-THIS-FROM?"

Run "validateaddress" on the address. It shows the scriptPubKey as one of the outputs.
I'm sorry, but I can't get it to work. When I run validateaddress with the sender address and use the pubkey it returns, signrawtransaction only returns the hex again and says it failed.

Is there any step-by-step example that guides through the entire process?

Also, does it matter if the client is not synced?
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December 01, 2017, 11:19:08 AM
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"scriptPubKey":"WHERE-DO-I-GET-THIS-FROM?"

Run "validateaddress" on the address. It shows the scriptPubKey as one of the outputs.
I'm sorry, but I can't get it to work. When I run validateaddress with the sender address and use the pubkey it returns, signrawtransaction only returns the hex again and says it failed.

Is there any step-by-step example that guides through the entire process?

Also, does it matter if the client is not synced?

It doesn't matter if the client is synced. You should unlock the wallet with the walletpassphrase RPC before trying to sign a transaction. Other than that, maybe you could show more details. What are you typing, and what does the error say? "I failed" isn't helpful.

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December 01, 2017, 02:18:21 PM
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It doesn't matter if the client is synced. You should unlock the wallet with the walletpassphrase RPC before trying to sign a transaction. Other than that, maybe you could show more details. What are you typing, and what does the error say? "I failed" isn't helpful.

Here's the random test data I'm using:

From address: xSPPAQsgYTUsiH51xG3u4Shf7Cc7dt5V7g (importprivkey Lo2RApGkaDZDePA347i56Lo4xRNGBwuxUgyQBC5cK9Ea2Kpn2mnt)
To address: xK8vfFyKC4J2SHR2Hhk7whQAaCTGWbEEwW (importprivkey LnE8nFjSGVKhxoo5rxNZnQU31zT2JnDmVNsEEXoA8tq1HoXtJ4DC)
Amount: 3.5 CLAM
TX in which they were received: 71f2cbe9ff92b8c62a2bcfba5dfc9bc32a2d0c71bf55834e6d884b9ab0de201c
Output in which they were received: 69

By the way, I'm using the console window of the clam-qt.exe client. I'm testing on a Windows VM without network that has never seen any Clam install before (and for every test I revert it back to a previous snapshot).
I just start the exe, import the above keys, restart the exe and go to the console window. There's no password set (at least clam-qt never asked for one).

Here's the screenshot of my attempt: http://picpaste.com/iYdNPs6T.png

I'm aware that any other Clams would be a tx fee; I'm just trying to get this to work right now, so I don't bother about fees.

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December 04, 2017, 04:55:52 AM
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Great Chart Gallery of Clams on BitScreener: https://bitscreener.com/coins/clams/chart_gallery

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December 04, 2017, 01:30:08 PM
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I am an idiot.  Again.  Questions for you, dear reader:  Did you take my CLAM?  Would you kindly return them?

Previously I lost 25 CLAM when they got swept from xWAS3PbHr3FBdLsV1s8UYKuwXaJWMsTcjw.

Yesterday I lost another 25 CLAM when they got swept from xXWEQ27z4etYknwN9ZHd8M5YtwcfBY5njR.

My only hope is that the person sweeping my coins is a "white hat" and they give them back.  I also mention these embarrassing episodes so that others can learn from my stupidity.

Here is how I shot myself in the foot:

1  A long time ago when I first got into CLAM I was testing the client by importing random private keys I found on the internet into my wallet.
2  I knew that if I found a private key that had coins on it at the time of the airdrop I would get the free CLAM into my wallet.
3  I incorrectly assumed that if a private key did NOT have any coins at the time of the airdrop then the client would do nothing.
4  This is wrong.  Any time you import a private key you create a key pair in your wallet.  This makes sense to me now.
5  Since I imported well know private keys into my wallet this created little "time bombs" in my receive address list.
6  At some point I transferred CLAM on to these "time bomb" addresses.
7  Someone out there did the same thing I did, imported the same private keys, and they were able to sweep my coins.

Check out the private key for xXWEQ27z4etYknwN9ZHd8M5YtwcfBY5njR.  It is obvious without any further research this is a very bad private key to use:

dumpprivkey xXWEQ27z4etYknwN9ZHd8M5YtwcfBY5njR
Lg7s3TveHSrHbpmAZ5Vmt9an6nim2f4gekrLRR5bJeJe81XuHc8z

Private Key Hexadecimal Format (64 characters [0-9A-F]):
00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000068F3

Private Key Base64 (44 characters):
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaPM=

Derp.

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December 04, 2017, 02:56:18 PM
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5  Since I imported well know private keys into my wallet this created little "time bombs" in my receive key list.
6  At some point I transferred CLAM on to these "time bomb" addresses.

? Why did you reuse addresses, particularly ones that you didn't originally create?
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December 04, 2017, 03:29:06 PM
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5  Since I imported well know private keys into my wallet this created little "time bombs" in my receive key list.
6  At some point I transferred CLAM on to these "time bomb" addresses.

? Why did you reuse addresses, particularly ones that you didn't originally create?
When you import a private key and the private key did not contain any coins at the time of the airdrop then the CLAM address generated by the private key import appears in your receive address list just like any other empty unused receive CLAM address.  AFAIK there is no easy way, from the GUI, to see if a receive address in the list is an address generated by the program or is an address generated from a private key import.

Since they look exactly the same from the GUI, I received CLAM on to an address I thought/assumed was an address generated by the program.

I so not reuse address.  I sent CLAM to what I thought was a new/unused/empty address.

QUESTION:  Is there a way using the console to see if a CLAM receive address was generated by the program from a random private key generated by the program OR if it was generated from a private key import?

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December 04, 2017, 06:58:09 PM
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Are all coins created at the start or new coins will be created at the future (so people wont mine only transaction fees)
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December 04, 2017, 08:35:28 PM
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Are all coins created at the start or new coins will be created at the future (so people wont mine only transaction fees)

1 new CLAM is created per block (1 block per minute)
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December 04, 2017, 08:57:04 PM
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5  Since I imported well know private keys into my wallet this created little "time bombs" in my receive key list.
6  At some point I transferred CLAM on to these "time bomb" addresses.

? Why did you reuse addresses, particularly ones that you didn't originally create?
AFAIK there is no easy way, from the GUI, to see if a receive address in the list is an address generated by the program or is an address generated from a private key import.

Since they look exactly the same from the GUI, I received CLAM on to an address I thought/assumed was an address generated by the program.

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QUESTION:  Is there a way using the console to see if a CLAM receive address was generated by the program from a random private key generated by the program OR if it was generated from a private key import?

I haven't used the CLAM GUI client for some time, so I'm probably used to the way Bitcoin Core works - you "Request Payment" which involves generating a new address (and optionally adding a label, amount, message etc). How does the CLAM client work?

I'm assuming you don't use labels for your addresses, which is why you ended up accidentally (re)using one of the imported ones?
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December 04, 2017, 09:11:32 PM
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5  Since I imported well know private keys into my wallet this created little "time bombs" in my receive key list.
6  At some point I transferred CLAM on to these "time bomb" addresses.

? Why did you reuse addresses, particularly ones that you didn't originally create?
AFAIK there is no easy way, from the GUI, to see if a receive address in the list is an address generated by the program or is an address generated from a private key import.

Since they look exactly the same from the GUI, I received CLAM on to an address I thought/assumed was an address generated by the program.

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QUESTION:  Is there a way using the console to see if a CLAM receive address was generated by the program from a random private key generated by the program OR if it was generated from a private key import?

I haven't used the CLAM GUI client for some time, so I'm probably used to the way Bitcoin Core works - you "Request Payment" which involves generating a new address (and optionally adding a label, amount, message etc). How does the CLAM client work?

I'm assuming you don't use labels for your addresses, which is why you ended up accidentally (re)using one of the imported ones?
No, I did not put a label on it because I did not know it was not an automatically generated address.

The way the GUI works is you go to the Receive tab and there is a list of addresses there.  You pick one, label it, and then use it.  That is just what I did.  But, as stated above, some of the addresses there were generated when I imported bogus private keys.  I used the Receive tab the way it was intended.  The thing I did wrong was to import bogus private keys with no coins at the time of the airdrop - so they looked just like any other address that is generated by the client.

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December 05, 2017, 12:41:02 PM
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Are all coins created at the start or new coins will be created at the future (so people wont mine only transaction fees)

1 new CLAM is created per block (1 block per minute)
Thanks, I got excited expecting a premined coin without ico, thats is not the case, here.
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December 05, 2017, 08:16:42 PM
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Are all coins created at the start or new coins will be created at the future (so people wont mine only transaction fees)

1 new CLAM is created per block (1 block per minute)
Thanks, I got excited expecting a premined coin without ico, thats is not the case, here.

This coin was premined and then those premined coins were gifted to the networks/burned.

No ICO. *gags*

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December 05, 2017, 10:15:02 PM
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Number of connections 0
Last block time Tue Nov 28 02:30:40 2017
Current number of blocks 1792910

What console command do I use to get fucktarded v1.4.17 synced before all my CLAM gets swept out from under me like BurtW?

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December 05, 2017, 11:23:44 PM
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Number of connections 0
Last block time Tue Nov 28 02:30:40 2017
Current number of blocks 1792910

What console command do I use to get fucktarded v1.4.17 synced before all my CLAM gets swept out from under me like BurtW?

You can send funds without needing to be fully synced - your client only needs to be able to see the transactions that contributed to your balance. Unless you've received any extra funds in the past week you should be fine sending your entire balance, even if not synced, BUT, you do need to be connected to at least one peer to broadcast your transaction... (edit: if you're really stuck, you could copy the raw transaction and ask someone here to broadcast it to the network. The transaction is cryptographically signed with your keys so it cannot be modified by anyone else.)
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Number of connections 0
Last block time Tue Nov 28 02:30:40 2017
Current number of blocks 1792910

What console command do I use to get fucktarded v1.4.17 synced before all my CLAM gets swept out from under me like BurtW?
Unless you imported well known publicly known private keys into your wallet you do not have to worry about your CLAM being swept.  Most people are not as, umm, "creative" as me and they will not have any issues with this.

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