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January 09, 2018, 06:49:18 PM
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Estimated return in clams (NO COMPOUNDING) :: ... 41.0331677% return/year ... 3.3725891% return/month ... 0.1124196% return/day ... 0.0046842% return/hour ... 0.0000781% return/minute ... 0.0000013% return/second

I know nothing about probabilities but I do know that with small amount of coins staking outside of just-dice or other pool might be a bit unconvenient/difficult.

41% is not bad. If there are staking pools for Clams, it probably makes sense to send my coins there. Which one would you recommend?

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January 09, 2018, 07:13:15 PM
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Estimated return in clams (NO COMPOUNDING) :: ... 41.0331677% return/year ... 3.3725891% return/month ... 0.1124196% return/day ... 0.0046842% return/hour ... 0.0000781% return/minute ... 0.0000013% return/second

I know nothing about probabilities but I do know that with small amount of coins staking outside of just-dice or other pool might be a bit unconvenient/difficult.

41% is not bad. If there are staking pools for Clams, it probably makes sense to send my coins there. Which one would you recommend?
Definetly just-dice.com , it's also gambling site so if you choose to leverage the investment youll feel the gambling profits aswell.

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January 09, 2018, 07:19:30 PM
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What is the expected probability/percentage of staking?

Just-Dice.com is staking 1083323 CLAMs and staked 1236 times yesterday. That's one stake per day per 876 CLAMs, or 0.114% per day.

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January 09, 2018, 08:15:07 PM
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Definetly just-dice.com , it's also gambling site so if you choose to leverage the investment youll feel the gambling profits aswell.

Thanks, I'll try it.

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January 09, 2018, 08:24:56 PM
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What is the expected probability/percentage of staking?

Just-Dice.com is staking 1083323 CLAMs and staked 1236 times yesterday. That's one stake per day per 876 CLAMs, or 0.114% per day.

Thanks, I'll definitely give it a try.

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January 09, 2018, 10:53:50 PM
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I had trouble synchronizing, only getting a few or no active connections to the network.

Adding nodes manually through the console command addnode seems to have fixed this.

www.presstab.pw/phpexplorer/CLAM/nodes.php
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January 10, 2018, 02:35:38 AM
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>Poloniex message:

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.

It seems to be a standard text message that they put up for any coin they're having trouble with.

They don't reply to developer attempts to help them so I don't know what's wrong.
Who is the dev? im checking twitter and its dead
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>Poloniex message:

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.

It seems to be a standard text message that they put up for any coin they're having trouble with.

They don't reply to developer attempts to help them so I don't know what's wrong.
Who is the dev? im checking twitter and its dead
if u check github:"committed on 20 Jan 2017" :/
@dooglus ? Info please

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>Poloniex message:

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.

It seems to be a standard text message that they put up for any coin they're having trouble with.

They don't reply to developer attempts to help them so I don't know what's wrong.
Who is the dev? im checking twitter and its dead

Yeah social networks arent that used.
>Poloniex message:

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.

It seems to be a standard text message that they put up for any coin they're having trouble with.

They don't reply to developer attempts to help them so I don't know what's wrong.
Who is the dev? im checking twitter and its dead
if u check github:"committed on 20 Jan 2017" :/
@dooglus ? Info please
A new release is on testnet right now I think.

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January 10, 2018, 02:59:22 PM
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>Poloniex message:

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.

It seems to be a standard text message that they put up for any coin they're having trouble with.

They don't reply to developer attempts to help them so I don't know what's wrong.
Who is the dev? im checking twitter and its dead

Yeah social networks arent that used.
>Poloniex message:

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.

It seems to be a standard text message that they put up for any coin they're having trouble with.

They don't reply to developer attempts to help them so I don't know what's wrong.
Who is the dev? im checking twitter and its dead
if u check github:"committed on 20 Jan 2017" :/
@dooglus ? Info please
A new release is on testnet right now I think.
Who is working on it?

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January 10, 2018, 06:41:13 PM
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Estimated return in clams (NO COMPOUNDING) :: ... 41.0331677% return/year ... 3.3725891% return/month ... 0.1124196% return/day ... 0.0046842% return/hour ... 0.0000781% return/minute ... 0.0000013% return/second

I know nothing about probabilities but I do know that with small amount of coins staking outside of just-dice or other pool might be a bit unconvenient/difficult.

41% is not bad. If there are staking pools for Clams, it probably makes sense to send my coins there. Which one would you recommend?
Definetly just-dice.com , it's also gambling site so if you choose to leverage the investment youll feel the gambling profits aswell.

I second this. You dont necessarily have to gamble, it's possible yo just leave your coins there for staking. It gives extensive stats too, like you can know how much profit you got at the moment.

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Estimated return in clams (NO COMPOUNDING) :: ... 41.0331677% return/year ... 3.3725891% return/month ... 0.1124196% return/day ... 0.0046842% return/hour ... 0.0000781% return/minute ... 0.0000013% return/second

I know nothing about probabilities but I do know that with small amount of coins staking outside of just-dice or other pool might be a bit unconvenient/difficult.

41% is not bad. If there are staking pools for Clams, it probably makes sense to send my coins there. Which one would you recommend?
Definetly just-dice.com , it's also gambling site so if you choose to leverage the investment youll feel the gambling profits aswell.

I second this. You dont necessarily have to gamble, it's possible yo just leave your coins there for staking. It gives extensive stats too, like you can know how much profit you got at the moment.

Registered, sent some Clams there (fortunately, complete sync is not required for sending) and invested them. Works flawlessly, profits already covered the transaction fee Grin

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Who is working on it?
Xploited is our dev, dooglus is involved aswell I think and general community psyhic support.


Registered, sent some Clams there (fortunately, complete sync is not required for sending) and invested them. Works flawlessly, profits already covered the transaction fee Grin

Oh yeah it's pretty neat, and centralization has been declining, there is more sites staking.

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if u check github:"committed on 20 Jan 2017" :/
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Check here: https://github.com/l0rdicon/defaultcoin/commits/master

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January 11, 2018, 03:58:44 PM
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Hi everyone,
i want to give staking a try, basically just for fun (with the amount of CLAMS I own, it takes probably a few years before i get lucky Smiley )
Nevertheless, I have some questions.
1.) Does the age of the coins make any difference (does it matter if a coin is one day old or three years old?)
2.) Does the performance of the PC used make difference
3.) Does the Operating System and the version of CLAM in use ("Commandline" vs. GUI) make a difference?
4.) Do i have to open and forward some ports in my router (like running a node in Bitcoin Core?)
5.) General advice for Staking (apart from having a huge amount of CLAM Cheesy)?

Thank you to anyone helping me.
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January 11, 2018, 06:19:32 PM
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I made an updated bootstrap.dat file for people having trouble syncing their client.

It goes up to block 1852000 which was staked on Mon Jan  8 20:13:52 UTC 2018.

It's available as a download here:

  bootstrap.dat

or as a torrent here:

  bootstrap.dat.torrent

Download it, put it into the same folder as your CLAM wallet.dat, then restart the client.

If you are using the QT client, it will say "importing blocks" in the lower left corner while the bootstrap.dat file is imported. That is how you can tell that the file is being used.

It will take a while to import it, but it will be a lot faster than trying to sync using the p2p network.

When it is done, the client will rename the file to bootstrap.dat.old and won't look at it again.

Once it has been renamed you can delete it if you like.

To verify that you have the right file:

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$ sha256sum bootstrap.dat
04d469e0dcac7c300f28d9c028637d95d5d43a0c961e63ef7a35ba80d45d0155  bootstrap.dat

Edit: I also made a series of 'partial' bootstrap files. Each one contains the block data for 10,000 blocks.

  https://s3.amazonaws.com/dooglus/bootstrap-000.dat is blocks 0 through 9999
  https://s3.amazonaws.com/dooglus/bootstrap-001.dat is blocks 10000 through 19999
  https://s3.amazonaws.com/dooglus/bootstrap-002.dat is blocks 20000 through 29999
  etc.

I'll add a new one for each new set of 10k blocks. Currently they go up to bootstrap-184.dat

So if you already have everything up to block 492123 and want to get up to date, download the -049, -050, etc. files, append them all together in order into bootstrap.dat in the same folder as your CLAM wallet.dat and restart the client.

In Windows you can append the files together by running "cmd", and using something like:

Code:
copy /b bootstrap-*.dat bootstrap.dat

In Linux the command would be:

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cat bootstrap-*.dat > bootstrap.dat


thx for your help.

How can I change the storage path of the blocks?  I need to put them on another HDD

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January 12, 2018, 10:47:38 AM
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Hi everyone,
i want to give staking a try, basically just for fun (with the amount of CLAMS I own, it takes probably a few years before i get lucky Smiley )
Nevertheless, I have some questions.
1.) Does the age of the coins make any difference (does it matter if a coin is one day old or three years old?)
2.) Does the performance of the PC used make difference
3.) Does the Operating System and the version of CLAM in use ("Commandline" vs. GUI) make a difference?
4.) Do i have to open and forward some ports in my router (like running a node in Bitcoin Core?)
5.) General advice for Staking (apart from having a huge amount of CLAM Cheesy)?

Thank you to anyone helping me.

From what I experienced, I don't think #1 and #3 make a difference.  For #2: I suspect, though I am not really sure, that it is your network performance that will play a difference.  Perhaps someone can pitch in.

But regardless, staking on your own involves waiting for a period of time before you'll stake something -- this "time" is not uniform, meaning you may experience a drought and not get anything for a long time, and then you'll get a bunch in a rather small amount of time. (The other option will be placing your coins in a staking pool, though I don't thank that is not on your questions above.)

For #4: I didn't do any tweaking, though as I understand, you'll want to be careful in terms of security, as your wallet will be open all the time and you wouldn't want security to be compromised. 

Perhaps some others can add more info. All the best.

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January 12, 2018, 11:19:36 AM
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When I use Shapeshift to convert clams, it will result in a message "Your clams was sent. See it on the blockchain".

Clicking on that link will lead to a site clamsight.com, but is that site down for a while?  Perhaps someone should contact shapeshift to change the location to another site like khashier?

Or is clamsight only temporarily down?

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Hi everyone,
i want to give staking a try, basically just for fun (with the amount of CLAMS I own, it takes probably a few years before i get lucky Smiley )
Nevertheless, I have some questions.
1.) Does the age of the coins make any difference (does it matter if a coin is one day old or three years old?)
2.) Does the performance of the PC used make difference
3.) Does the Operating System and the version of CLAM in use ("Commandline" vs. GUI) make a difference?
4.) Do i have to open and forward some ports in my router (like running a node in Bitcoin Core?)
5.) General advice for Staking (apart from having a huge amount of CLAM Cheesy)?

Thank you to anyone helping me.

From what I experienced, I don't think #1 and #3 make a difference.  For #2: I suspect, though I am not really sure, that it is your network performance that will play a difference.  Perhaps someone can pitch in.

But regardless, staking on your own involves waiting for a period of time before you'll stake something -- this "time" is not uniform, meaning you may experience a drought and not get anything for a long time, and then you'll get a bunch in a rather small amount of time. (The other option will be placing your coins in a staking pool, though I don't thank that is not on your questions above.)

For #4: I didn't do any tweaking, though as I understand, you'll want to be careful in terms of security, as your wallet will be open all the time and you wouldn't want security to be compromised. 

Perhaps some others can add more info. All the best.

Thank you for answering! Would be indeed interesting to know if Network Latency has any influence. I'd tend to say no because of the 1 Minute block times, but maybe I'm missing something.
Another question: Is it possible to stake from a multisig address? This would increase security i guess.
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just found out i have 100s of clams, but the wallet takes forever, been on 20 weeks left for hours

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