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Author Topic: [ANN][CLAM] CLAMs, Proof-Of-Chain, Proof-Of-Working-Stake, a.k.a. "Clamcoin"  (Read 1107004 times)
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December 15, 2017, 12:03:28 PM
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is there any new things going on here?

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?

CLAM this is going to die, developers should release the details of the current currency or do something practical, it is really urgent!

Clam is being pulled from Polos margins. What’s the deal?

If any of the above posts were not merely account farming - you're gong to have to raise your game to get an answer these days. Try including some support for your otherwise baseless assertions/assumptions,

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December 15, 2017, 01:02:47 PM
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is there any new things going on here?

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?

CLAM this is going to die, developers should release the details of the current currency or do something practical, it is really urgent!

Clam is being pulled from Polos margins. What’s the deal?

If any of the above posts were not merely account farming - you're gong to have to raise your game to get an answer these days. Try including some support for your otherwise baseless assertions/assumptions,

Cheers

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I’m no longer allowed to add clam to my margin account.  And if I try to do anything with what’s in there, it asks me to pull it out. Sorry for vague question. I was just wondering if there was any insight here as to what was going on with that. Worried about delisting.
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I’m no longer allowed to add clam to my margin account.  And if I try to do anything with what’s in there, it asks me to pull it out. Sorry for vague question. I was just wondering if there was any insight here as to what was going on with that. Worried about delisting.

Poloniex removed using Clam as collateral few months back  because of low volume. But you can still margin lend and margin trade CLAMs.
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December 15, 2017, 01:37:47 PM
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when will clamanon be ready?
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December 15, 2017, 02:23:32 PM
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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?

How about if you omit the initial '19' from the scriptPubKey:

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$ clamd signrawtransaction $(clamd createrawtransaction '[{"txid":"71f2cbe9ff92b8c62a2bcfba5dfc9bc32a2d0c71bf55834e6d884b9ab0de201c","vout":69}]' '{"xK8vfFyKC4J2SHR2Hhk7whQAaCTGWbEEwW ":3.5}') '[{"txid":"71f2cbe9ff92b8c62a2bcfba5dfc9bc32a2d0c71bf55834e6d884b9ab0de201c","vout":69,"scriptPubKey":"1976a914c6580bcf8320c3ddaadebc9be9f38ac6fb59d21688ac"}]' '["Lo2RApGkaDZDePA347i56Lo4xRNGBwuxUgyQBC5cK9Ea2Kpn2mnt"]'
{
  "hex" : "02000000b0da335a011c20deb09a4b886d4e8355bf710c2d2ac39bfc5dbacf2b2ac6b892ffe9cbf 2714500000000ffffffff018093dc14000000001976a91476d3380912c1dda6d575bdbac5348db0 e46d8c4e88ac0000000034706c6179206f7220696e766573742077697468206120312520686f757 3652065646765202d2d204a7573742d446963652e636f6d",
  "complete" : true
}
$ clamd signrawtransaction $(clamd createrawtransaction '[{"txid":"71f2cbe9ff92b8c62a2bcfba5dfc9bc32a2d0c71bf55834e6d884b9ab0de201c","vout":69}]' '{"xK8vfFyKC4J2SHR2Hhk7whQAaCTGWbEEwW ":3.5}') '[{"txid":"71f2cbe9ff92b8c62a2bcfba5dfc9bc32a2d0c71bf55834e6d884b9ab0de201c","vout":69,"scriptPubKey":"76a914c6580bcf8320c3ddaadebc9be9f38ac6fb59d21688ac"}]' '["Lo2RApGkaDZDePA347i56Lo4xRNGBwuxUgyQBC5cK9Ea2Kpn2mnt"]'
{
  "hex" : "02000000b3da335a011c20deb09a4b886d4e8355bf710c2d2ac39bfc5dbacf2b2ac6b892ffe9cbf 271450000006b483045022100acbe3ef8fd29e75c5043b5489c6b26b2e171387abb75d01be3445c 54499d1ff8022054ddaeeb932451bad74fa4dac2ff411a3a190fe8621d96f58b1873323d43e4be0 1210317219581a420e433f18a7d28b282cddd4e900f1a7efad35d54d8b881c3e67497ffffffff01 8093dc14000000001976a91476d3380912c1dda6d575bdbac5348db0e46d8c4e88ac00000000347 06c6179206f7220696e766573742077697468206120312520686f7573652065646765202d2d204a 7573742d446963652e636f6d",
  "complete" : true
}

See how the 2nd output is longer than the first? I was giving the wrong scriptPubKey. I think the one I gave was trivially satisfied and didn't need signing.

Note that bitcoin core does much the same:

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$ bitcoin-cli signrawtransaction $(bitcoin-cli createrawtransaction '[{"txid":"71f2cbe9ff92b8c62a2bcfba5dfc9bc32a2d0c71bf55834e6d884b9ab0de201c","vout":69}]' '{"15mx7Yjrb4xn5bBfvoEqNBXtKkN2zXHep7":3.5}') '[{"txid":"71f2cbe9ff92b8c62a2bcfba5dfc9bc32a2d0c71bf55834e6d884b9ab0de201c","vout":69,"scriptPubKey":"0288ac"}]' '["L2LQBARQyTS7m2aTraPsniiRRg5xB6tz3T3FJ2z3psQDKEMoRRZ7"]'
{
  "hex": "02000000011c20deb09a4b886d4e8355bf710c2d2ac39bfc5dbacf2b2ac6b892ffe9cbf27145000 00000ffffffff018093dc14000000001976a9143460cfb610a0caad01f0a831424f3e47c583d058 88ac00000000",
  "complete": true
}
$ bitcoin-cli signrawtransaction $(bitcoin-cli createrawtransaction '[{"txid":"71f2cbe9ff92b8c62a2bcfba5dfc9bc32a2d0c71bf55834e6d884b9ab0de201c","vout":69}]' '{"15mx7Yjrb4xn5bBfvoEqNBXtKkN2zXHep7":3.5}') '[{"txid":"71f2cbe9ff92b8c62a2bcfba5dfc9bc32a2d0c71bf55834e6d884b9ab0de201c","vout":69,"scriptPubKey":"76a91444d3d978157815376c1c5de25692531ee23c7f2088ac"}]' '["L2LQBARQyTS7m2aTraPsniiRRg5xB6tz3T3FJ2z3psQDKEMoRRZ7"]'
{
  "hex": "02000000011c20deb09a4b886d4e8355bf710c2d2ac39bfc5dbacf2b2ac6b892ffe9cbf27145000 0006a47304402204327264dd9bbf5f1d2386b0b9e132c0840b2637c9d193f85674e491c9ad12773 022052305d35b933338de1bdb1175b80f585fd307ae6eed72224df070c78b6b177fa01210344785 787589e13c6e87d5ea3f20fc2ce30376d9a77282b170c78393bb37dfb5fffffffff018093dc1400 0000001976a9143460cfb610a0caad01f0a831424f3e47c583d05888ac00000000",
  "complete": true
}

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December 18, 2017, 06:49:20 AM
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when will clamanon be ready?

Also, is there a mobile wallet app in the works?
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December 18, 2017, 06:51:26 AM
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when will clamanon be ready?

Also, is there a mobile wallet app in the works?

Clamcoin is integrated in the Coinomi for Android.
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December 19, 2017, 01:42:55 AM
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I am working on a simple website where people can check their bitcoin address for an altcoin balance. I currently have it working for Bitcoin cash, Gold, Bitcore and Byteball.

Is there any way to find out if a bitcoin address contains Clams? I guess I could check the bitcoin blockchain if an address contained bitcoin at block 300377, but I haven't found a way to confirm that the claims have not been claimed. Any suggestions?

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December 19, 2017, 05:12:18 AM
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I am working on a simple website where people can check their bitcoin address for an altcoin balance. I currently have it working for Bitcoin cash, Gold, Bitcore and Byteball.

Is there any way to find out if a bitcoin address contains Clams? I guess I could check the bitcoin blockchain if an address contained bitcoin at block 300377, but I haven't found a way to confirm that the claims have not been claimed. Any suggestions?

The website is at btcdiv.com

I think it is:

1 convert the BTC address to hex
2 convert the hex value found in step 1 to a CLAM address
3 look up the CLAM address found in step 2 in the CLAM block explorer to see if it still has CLAM

Correct me if I am wrong.

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December 26, 2017, 10:44:58 AM
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See how the 2nd output is longer than the first? I was giving the wrong scriptPubKey. I think the one I gave was trivially satisfied and didn't need signing.
Thank you so much!

The resulting signed tx can be broadcast with https://just-dice.com/pushtx, correct? Because, with a first attempt, I just got "Error: TX rejected" as reply. I think it should be possible to try broadcasting a tx with made-up data; the network would then sort them out (I used the signed tx from the example here in this thread.

Oh, and before I try with live data: The amount value is given in fractions, like 3.5 and not in the Satoshi-equivalent of 350000000 right? Not that I create a big fee Smiley
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December 26, 2017, 02:37:31 PM
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You must do something with this, Clam dev.

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  CLAM is currently under maintenance or experiencing wallet/network issues. Deposits and withdrawals will remain disabled until a solution is found, which may require an update from the CLAM team. Any updates must be tested and audited before enabling.

Source :  Poloniex.

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December 26, 2017, 09:49:41 PM
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You must do something with this, Clam dev.

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  CLAM is currently under maintenance or experiencing wallet/network issues. Deposits and withdrawals will remain disabled until a solution is found, which may require an update from the CLAM team. Any updates must be tested and audited before enabling.

Source :  Poloniex.

I tried contacting Poloniex a year or so ago when they were showing that message. They never replied. I think it's just a generic canned text message and doesn't mean they really want anyone's help.

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The resulting signed tx can be broadcast with https://just-dice.com/pushtx, correct? Because, with a first attempt, I just got "Error: TX rejected" as reply. I think it should be possible to try broadcasting a tx with made-up data; the network would then sort them out (I used the signed tx from the example here in this thread.

Oh, and before I try with live data: The amount value is given in fractions, like 3.5 and not in the Satoshi-equivalent of 350000000 right? Not that I create a big fee Smiley

https://just-dice.com/pushtx can be used to broadcast transactions, yes.

You can use 'decoderawtransaction' to check that you have everything correct.

Values are in CLAMs not satoshis.

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I am working on a simple website where people can check their bitcoin address for an altcoin balance. I currently have it working for Bitcoin cash, Gold, Bitcore and Byteball.

Is there any way to find out if a bitcoin address contains Clams? I guess I could check the bitcoin blockchain if an address contained bitcoin at block 300377, but I haven't found a way to confirm that the claims have not been claimed. Any suggestions?

The website is at btcdiv.com

To convert from BTC address to CLAM address, base58 decode the address, replace the initial 0x00 version byte with 0x89, and base58 encode the result.

The first 10k blocks of the CLAM blockchain funds all the addresses so you can make a list of them all. Then you can use "validateoutputs" RPC to check whether individual outputs have been spent or not.

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December 27, 2017, 12:53:40 AM
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To convert from BTC address to CLAM address, base58 decode the address, replace the initial 0x00 version byte with 0x89, and base58 encode the result.
I think he already figured it out, I checked his site a few days ago and clams share shown correctly.

https://just-dice.com/pushtx can be used to broadcast transactions, yes.
I was wondering... can I create raw tx by handmade manually and use unsynced clams client to sign it?
what I mean by handmade is by using 'createrawtransaction' and supplying parameter based on data I get from explorer
would the wallet qt accepts and create the hex even if the inputs are not seen locally in my wallet?
and then use just-dice pushtx to broadcast it to the network? or can I broadcast it myself with my unsynced wallet?
next step... I might even try to create/fork coinb.in for clams if it is possible  Wink
thanks in advance for your answers Grin

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December 27, 2017, 01:20:09 AM
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There many exchanges where CLAM wallets not works for long time (few weeks)! It is Polonex, Cryptopia, YoBit.
As well, CLAM delisted from integrated in coinomi exchange and You Can't exchange on ShapeShift CLAM anymore! No any comments from support.
Not any explanation I can found anywhere!
All of this is really scary signs!!
I am Experienced crypto  investor and trader and can tell you, that CLAM developers, have to do something ASAP!
Because it is close to critical time average investor patience . SOON people will lost they trust and start too DUMP CLAM! Only this year Same signs was
with: VPN coin, Shadow cach ,Club,IXCoin,Pkb, so I dump them after few weeks of unstable works, just to save my money. I have to dump BEFORE price  is dramatically down!
I really like CLAM and hold it since it start, but I can't afford to lose money!
So, I hope the  CLAM team will do something about situation and post here some updates about progress with exchanges.

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December 27, 2017, 01:44:35 AM
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There many exchanges where CLAM wallets not works for long time (few weeks)! It is Polonex, Cryptopia, YoBit.
As well, CLAM delisted from integrated in coinomi exchange and You Can't exchange on ShapeShift CLAM anymore! No any comments from support.
Not any explanation I can found anywhere!
All of this is really scary signs!!
I am Experienced crypto  investor and trader and can tell you, that CLAM developers, have to do something ASAP!
Because it is close to critical time average investor patience . SOON people will lost they trust and start too DUMP CLAM! Only this year Same signs was
with: VPN coin, Shadow cach ,Club,IXCoin,Pkb, so I dump them after few weeks of unstable works, just to save my money. I have to dump BEFORE price  is dramatically down!
I really like CLAM and hold it since it start, but I can't afford to lose money!
So, I hope the  CLAM team will do something about situation and post here some updates about progress with exchanges.


I would agree with almost of your post. I'm also one of clam investors. Dooglus has said this before
I tried contacting Poloniex a year or so ago when they were showing that message. They never replied. I think it's just a generic canned text message and doesn't mean they really want anyone's help.


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December 27, 2017, 04:14:54 AM
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You must do something with this, Clam dev.

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  CLAM is currently under maintenance or experiencing wallet/network issues. Deposits and withdrawals will remain disabled until a solution is found, which may require an update from the CLAM team. Any updates must be tested and audited before enabling.

Source :  Poloniex.

I tried contacting Poloniex a year or so ago when they were showing that message. They never replied. I think it's just a generic canned text message and doesn't mean they really want anyone's help.

I've contacted them... thus far no response.

I contacted them before they put the message up.

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December 27, 2017, 04:17:05 AM
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There many exchanges where CLAM wallets not works for long time (few weeks)! It is Polonex, Cryptopia, YoBit.
As well, CLAM delisted from integrated in coinomi exchange and You Can't exchange on ShapeShift CLAM anymore! No any comments from support.
Not any explanation I can found anywhere!
All of this is really scary signs!!
I am Experienced crypto  investor and trader and can tell you

You know that Shapeshift plugs into Poloniex and Poloniex fucking sucks.

Not sure what the deal is with the Coinomi shit... I've not followed their stuff at all even though they get a fair bit of CLAM traffic from FreeBitcoins.com

YoBit is scammers.

Not sure about Cryptopia either... only found them not long ago.

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December 27, 2017, 05:31:27 PM
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There many exchanges where CLAM wallets not works for long time (few weeks)! It is Polonex, Cryptopia, YoBit.

I'll ask the obvious question ... are any subscribers to this thread experiencing issues with the CLAMs wallet?

Cheers

Graham

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