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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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December 09, 2017, 08:59:18 PM
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Honestly speaking I cannot see what is reason for that coin (it is not only one coin without reason, coin just to make one more coin). I am wrong?

p.s. I am small investor and trader. From trading view looks it is dead. Just imo. ok, good thing is support form POLO. but volumes are not huge, not sure how long it will stay on polo

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December 09, 2017, 09:05:57 PM
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Can you copy/paste that in text form?

And show some information about the output you're trying to spend. Output from 'validateoutputs' about it would be useful.
Sure thing; I recreated what I tried before and pasted it below.
"validateoutputs" obviously says not found, but that's a given. Not just because it does not actually exist, but because creating and signing is supposed to happen on a computer that hasn't been on the network so naturally it won't have any tx information at all. If a fully synced client is required, the whole process of offline signing would be meaningless.

My understanding of the process is that you create a valid raw-tx (what seems to work, at least the console does not complain) and then sign it with the privkey of the sender's address so you can use a pushtx service on another (online) computer to send it out. If that signed tx contains garbage (like a non-existant source tx), the miner is supposed to reject it. Please correct me if I am wrong on any of those assumptions.

Thanks for taking a look into that by the way Smiley

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dumpprivkey xSPPAQsgYTUsiH51xG3u4Shf7Cc7dt5V7g
Lo2RApGkaDZDePA347i56Lo4xRNGBwuxUgyQBC5cK9Ea2Kpn2mnt

dumpprivkey xK8vfFyKC4J2SHR2Hhk7whQAaCTGWbEEwW
LnE8nFjSGVKhxoo5rxNZnQU31zT2JnDmVNsEEXoA8tq1HoXtJ4DC

createrawtransaction '[{"txid":"71f2cbe9ff92b8c62a2bcfba5dfc9bc32a2d0c71bf55834e6d884b9ab0de201c","vout":69}]' '{"xK8vfFyKC4J2SHR2Hhk7whQAaCTGWbEEwW ":3.5}'
01000000f8482c5a011c20deb09a4b886d4e8355bf710c2d2ac39bfc5dbacf2b2ac6b892ffe9cbf 2714500000000ffffffff018093dc14000000001976a91476d3380912c1dda6d575bdbac5348db0 e46d8c4e88ac00000000

validateaddress xSPPAQsgYTUsiH51xG3u4Shf7Cc7dt5V7g
{
"isvalid" : true,
"address" : "xSPPAQsgYTUsiH51xG3u4Shf7Cc7dt5V7g",
"ismine" : true,
"isscript" : false,
"pubkey" : "0317219581a420e433f18a7d28b282cddd4e900f1a7efad35d54d8b881c3e67497",
"iscompressed" : true,
"account" : ""
}

signrawtransaction "01000000f8482c5a011c20deb09a4b886d4e8355bf710c2d2ac39bfc5dbacf2b2ac6b892ffe9cbf 2714500000000ffffffff018093dc14000000001976a91476d3380912c1dda6d575bdbac5348db0 e46d8c4e88ac00000000" '[{"txid":"71f2cbe9ff92b8c62a2bcfba5dfc9bc32a2d0c71bf55834e6d884b9ab0de201c","vout":69,"scriptPubKey":"0317219581a420e433f18a7d28b282cddd4e900f1a7efad35d54d8b881c3e67497"}]' '["Lo2RApGkaDZDePA347i56Lo4xRNGBwuxUgyQBC5cK9Ea2Kpn2mnt"]'
{
"hex" : "01000000f8482c5a011c20deb09a4b886d4e8355bf710c2d2ac39bfc5dbacf2b2ac6b892ffe9cbf 2714500000000ffffffff018093dc14000000001976a91476d3380912c1dda6d575bdbac5348db0 e46d8c4e88ac00000000",
"complete" : false
}

validateoutputs '[{"txid":"71f2cbe9ff92b8c62a2bcfba5dfc9bc32a2d0c71bf55834e6d884b9ab0de201c","vout":69}]'
[
{
"txid" : "71f2cbe9ff92b8c62a2bcfba5dfc9bc32a2d0c71bf55834e6d884b9ab0de201c",
"vout" : 69,
"status" : "txid not found"
}
]
(btw, the random whitespace in the hex strings seems to get added by the board, it's not there when I copy&paste it. Seems to be forced space after 79 characters)
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December 09, 2017, 09:19:48 PM
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Honestly speaking I cannot see what is reason for that coin (it is not only one coin without reason, coin just to make one more coin). I am wrong?

p.s. I am small investor and trader. From trading view looks it is dead. Just imo. ok, good thing is support form POLO. but volumes are not huge, not sure how long it will stay on polo

This coin is basically equivalent to Just Dice "shares" or casino chips. It could potentially have more uses, which would make it more valuable.
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December 09, 2017, 10:21:32 PM
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Honestly speaking I cannot see what is reason for that coin (it is not only one coin without reason, coin just to make one more coin). I am wrong?

p.s. I am small investor and trader. From trading view looks it is dead. Just imo. ok, good thing is support form POLO. but volumes are not huge, not sure how long it will stay on polo

This coin is basically equivalent to Just Dice "shares" or casino chips. It could potentially have more uses, which would make it more valuable.

Thanks for reply

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My understanding of the process is that you create a valid raw-tx (what seems to work, at least the console does not complain) and then sign it with the privkey of the sender's address so you can use a pushtx service on another (online) computer to send it out. If that signed tx contains garbage (like a non-existant source tx), the miner is supposed to reject it. Please correct me if I am wrong on any of those assumptions.

OK, I see what you mean.

I think I mislead you earlier about how to get the scriptPubKey. It isn't just the address' public key, it has to be a whole script. For example:

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$ clamd getaddressesbyaccount ''
[
  "xEPEtmoV9nBYiiyoPmLcZFiHheYzLo81Du"
]
$ clamd dumpprivkey xEPEtmoV9nBYiiyoPmLcZFiHheYzLo81Du
Lom7ZtR3SLwU5PtNN9m3eXH7yzF5yv6HnZoZg6GzBoGjnqv5Snrw
$ clamd validateaddress xEPEtmoV9nBYiiyoPmLcZFiHheYzLo81Du
{
  "isvalid" : true,
  "address" : "xEPEtmoV9nBYiiyoPmLcZFiHheYzLo81Du",
  "ismine" : true,
  "isscript" : false,
  "pubkey" : "029c44f618f4ee292591be21dedd0337bee7b64ce4e0e14776d1f0db8f802789b2",
  "iscompressed" : true,
  "account" : ""
}
$ clamd signrawtransaction $(clamd createrawtransaction '[{"txid":"1234567812345678123456781234567812345678123456781234567812345678","vout":69}]' '{"xBF6VfKts3Dx62JYJvcCVf2LqVnSig6H4t":1}') '[{"txid":"1234567812345678123456781234567812345678123456781234567812345678","vout":69,"scriptPubKey":"2321029c44f618f4ee292591be21dedd0337bee7b64ce4e0e14776d1f0db8f802789b2ac"}]' '["Lom7ZtR3SLwU5PtNN9m3eXH7yzF5yv6HnZoZg6GzBoGjnqv5Snrw"]'
{
  "hex" : "02000000c1b92c5a017856341278563412785634127856341278563412785634127856341278563 4124500000000ffffffff0100e1f505000000001976a914203ceaf792be80e6d8e6905ce0f0a2db 61b8e9f288ac0000000034706c6179206f7220696e766573742077697468206120312520686f757 3652065646765202d2d204a7573742d446963652e636f6d",
  "complete" : true
}
$

In that example I'm signing a "send to pubkey" script, not a "send to pubkey hash" script. It's using the pubkey directly, not the address, with a "ac" byte on the end for OP_CHECKSIG. (Addresses are basically 160 bit hashes of the pubkey). To sign a regular address script, the script looks like:

  OP_DUP OP_HASH160 <160 bit pubkey hash> OP_EQUALVERIFY OP_CHECKSIG

or in hex:

  19 76 a9 14 <40 hex characters for pubkey hash> 88 ac

So in your case you would do this:

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$ clamd signrawtransaction $(clamd createrawtransaction '[{"txid":"71f2cbe9ff92b8c62a2bcfba5dfc9bc32a2d0c71bf55834e6d884b9ab0de201c","vout":69}]' '{"xK8vfFyKC4J2SHR2Hhk7whQAaCTGWbEEwW ":3.5}') '[{"txid":"71f2cbe9ff92b8c62a2bcfba5dfc9bc32a2d0c71bf55834e6d884b9ab0de201c","vout":69,"scriptPubKey":"1976a914c6580bcf8320c3ddaadebc9be9f38ac6fb59d21688ac"}]' '["Lo2RApGkaDZDePA347i56Lo4xRNGBwuxUgyQBC5cK9Ea2Kpn2mnt"]'
{
  "hex" : "020000004abe2c5a011c20deb09a4b886d4e8355bf710c2d2ac39bfc5dbacf2b2ac6b892ffe9cbf 2714500000000ffffffff018093dc14000000001976a91476d3380912c1dda6d575bdbac5348db0 e46d8c4e88ac0000000034706c6179206f7220696e766573742077697468206120312520686f757 3652065646765202d2d204a7573742d446963652e636f6d",
  "complete" : true
}

I got the 40 hex characters for your address by base58 decoding it:

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$ python
Python 2.7.13 (default, Jan 19 2017, 14:48:08)
[GCC 6.3.0 20170118] on linux2
Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information.
>>> import binascii, base58
>>> binascii.hexlify(base58.b58decode_check('xSPPAQsgYTUsiH51xG3u4Shf7Cc7dt5V7g')[1:])
'c6580bcf8320c3ddaadebc9be9f38ac6fb59d216'

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December 10, 2017, 10:32:21 AM
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So in your case you would do this:

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$ clamd signrawtransaction $(clamd createrawtransaction '[{"txid":"71f2cbe9ff92b8c62a2bcfba5dfc9bc32a2d0c71bf55834e6d884b9ab0de201c","vout":69}]' '{"xK8vfFyKC4J2SHR2Hhk7whQAaCTGWbEEwW ":3.5}') '[{"txid":"71f2cbe9ff92b8c62a2bcfba5dfc9bc32a2d0c71bf55834e6d884b9ab0de201c","vout":69,"scriptPubKey":"1976a914c6580bcf8320c3ddaadebc9be9f38ac6fb59d21688ac"}]' '["Lo2RApGkaDZDePA347i56Lo4xRNGBwuxUgyQBC5cK9Ea2Kpn2mnt"]'
{
  "hex" : "020000004abe2c5a011c20deb09a4b886d4e8355bf710c2d2ac39bfc5dbacf2b2ac6b892ffe9cbf 2714500000000ffffffff018093dc14000000001976a91476d3380912c1dda6d575bdbac5348db0 e46d8c4e88ac0000000034706c6179206f7220696e766573742077697468206120312520686f757 3652065646765202d2d204a7573742d446963652e636f6d",
  "complete" : true
}

I got the 40 hex characters for your address by base58 decoding it:

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$ python
Python 2.7.13 (default, Jan 19 2017, 14:48:08)
[GCC 6.3.0 20170118] on linux2
Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information.
>>> import binascii, base58
>>> binascii.hexlify(base58.b58decode_check('xSPPAQsgYTUsiH51xG3u4Shf7Cc7dt5V7g')[1:])
'c6580bcf8320c3ddaadebc9be9f38ac6fb59d216'
Thanks! That sure explains quite a lot Smiley
With that info I managed to create a little python script that outputs the pubkey hash.

One last hurdle is there though: signrawtransaction returns the unsigned tx I put in although "complete" is true: http://picpaste.com/QkeLmHPi.png
Is there maybe a difference between clamd and clam-qt on Windows?
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createrawtransaction '[{"txid":"71f2cbe9ff92b8c62a2bcfba5dfc9bc32a2d0c71bf55834e6d884b9ab0de201c","vout":69}]' '{"xK8vfFyKC4J2SHR2Hhk7whQAaCTGWbEEwW ":3.5}'
01000000b7092d5a011c20deb09a4b886d4e8355bf710c2d2ac39bfc5dbacf2b2ac6b892ffe9cbf 2714500000000ffffffff018093dc14000000001976a91476d3380912c1dda6d575bdbac5348db0 e46d8c4e88ac00000000

signrawtransaction "0100000032082d5a011c20deb09a4b886d4e8355bf710c2d2ac39bfc5dbacf2b2ac6b892ffe9cbf 2714500000000ffffffff018093dc14000000001976a91476d3380912c1dda6d575bdbac5348db0 e46d8c4e88ac00000000" '[{"txid":"71f2cbe9ff92b8c62a2bcfba5dfc9bc32a2d0c71bf55834e6d884b9ab0de201c","vout":69,"scriptPubKey":"1976a914c6580bcf8320c3ddaadebc9be9f38ac6fb59d21688ac"}]' '["Lo2RApGkaDZDePA347i56Lo4xRNGBwuxUgyQBC5cK9Ea2Kpn2mnt"]'
{
"hex" : "0100000032082d5a011c20deb09a4b886d4e8355bf710c2d2ac39bfc5dbacf2b2ac6b892ffe9cbf 2714500000000ffffffff018093dc14000000001976a91476d3380912c1dda6d575bdbac5348db0 e46d8c4e88ac00000000",
"complete" : true
}
Thanks for your patience Smiley




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December 10, 2017, 11:55:12 AM
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Hello there, i have just installed the bootstrap file etc, and now after 4 days i still have 7 days left behind network is there anyway i can catch up this faster?

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One last hurdle is there though: signrawtransaction returns the unsigned tx I put in although "complete" is true: http://picpaste.com/QkeLmHPi.png
Is there maybe a difference between clamd and clam-qt on Windows?

I've no idea how it could say it's complete but return the same unsigned tx you started with.

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Any hope of getting more exchanges to carry clam?

I don't know if anyone has tried. You are free to contact whichever exchange you use and ask them to add it.

Let us know what exchanges you are thinking about wanting to add.

CoinExchange.com is kind of interesting and they don't have limits on Bitcoin withdraws.

I haven't asked exchanges in probably over a year... I last tried to get some Chinese exchanges.

Why isnt it on bitfinex tbh though? What needs to be done to get it there?
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Where do all those spammers come from?
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60 days - 20k to 3k........ Huh
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60 days - 20k to 3k........ Huh

So?
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One last hurdle is there though: signrawtransaction returns the unsigned tx I put in although "complete" is true: http://picpaste.com/QkeLmHPi.png
Is there maybe a difference between clamd and clam-qt on Windows?

I've no idea how it could say it's complete but return the same unsigned tx you started with.
While researching for my problem with signing a raw transaction, I stumbled over this: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=607993 but I have no idea where to go from there. Any ideas?

Is there any place where I could file a bug report since the console in the client does not behave as expected?
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Any hope of getting more exchanges to carry clam?

I don't know if anyone has tried. You are free to contact whichever exchange you use and ask them to add it.

Let us know what exchanges you are thinking about wanting to add.

CoinExchange.com is kind of interesting and they don't have limits on Bitcoin withdraws.

I haven't asked exchanges in probably over a year... I last tried to get some Chinese exchanges.

Binance or CryptoBridge for example? Thanks.
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I have a feeling that CLAM will go x4 today.....look polo

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December 14, 2017, 10:34:22 AM
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I have a feeling that CLAM will go x4 today.....look polo

You can make it happen, you just need some BTC.
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December 14, 2017, 11:00:30 AM
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Loved the coin, but seems to need a boost or it will be the next coin to be delisted on the exchanges.

What's left of the developers and the roadmap?
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December 15, 2017, 01:46:30 AM
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Any hope of getting more exchanges to carry clam?

I don't know if anyone has tried. You are free to contact whichever exchange you use and ask them to add it.

Let us know what exchanges you are thinking about wanting to add.

CoinExchange.com is kind of interesting and they don't have limits on Bitcoin withdraws.

I haven't asked exchanges in probably over a year... I last tried to get some Chinese exchanges.

perhaps I shall buy myself
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December 15, 2017, 11:41:55 AM
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CLAM this is going to die, developers should release the details of the current currency or do something practical, it is really urgent!
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Clam is being pulled from Polos margins. What’s the deal?
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