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Author Topic: [ANN][CLAM] CLAMs, Proof-Of-Chain, Proof-Of-Working-Stake, a.k.a. "Clamcoin"  (Read 1149951 times)
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February 19, 2018, 07:37:12 PM
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Why BCH instead of DOGE? DOGE fees are much lower.
Why Bluetrade instead of Poloniex? Polo volume is much higher.

ok for doge and polo had issues too about clams. It may be ok now.

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February 21, 2018, 10:40:32 AM
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Is there any new things going on here?
Honestly speaking I cannot see what is reason for that coin. From trading view looks it is dead. Good thing is support poloniex and bittrex. but volumes are not huge, not sure how long it will stay on exchanges

Look at the RDD and VERGE volumes/price on Biitrex 2 years ago, you'll be surprised. And RDD was delisted from Poloniex, that seemed the end for RDD, and look now.

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February 25, 2018, 03:26:33 PM
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Has anyone been able to withdraw any CLAM from Yobit? I converted all to BTC and was getting ready to move to Polo, but now I am stuck trying to verify my Polo account. If CLAM withdraw is now active, I would consider converting back to CLAM and withdraw CLAM...

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February 25, 2018, 03:43:24 PM
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Has anyone been able to withdraw any CLAM from Yobit? I converted all to BTC and was getting ready to move to Polo, but now I am stuck trying to verify my Polo account. If CLAM withdraw is now active, I would consider converting back to CLAM and withdraw CLAM...
Well the situation has been like that for quite some time now. I don't see any indications why yobit would enable CLAM withdrawal, when they had the pssobility to do that all along. I don't know about BTC withdrawal fees at the moment, so you should check if BCH or DOGE would be a better option.
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February 25, 2018, 04:05:26 PM
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Is there any new things going on here?
Honestly speaking I cannot see what is reason for that coin. From trading view looks it is dead. Good thing is support poloniex and bittrex. but volumes are not huge, not sure how long it will stay on exchanges

Look at the RDD and VERGE volumes/price on Biitrex 2 years ago, you'll be surprised. And RDD was delisted from Poloniex, that seemed the end for RDD, and look now.

I think for now, I still see some value in Clam with Just-Dice. And I believe a new release on the clam wallet is in the works.  Much of the details of the new release, features and all, I have not really gotten a chance to research.  Perhaps someone here can add, or if you want, you can always go to the clam channel in IRC and check with the people there.  Hope this helps!

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February 25, 2018, 04:16:30 PM
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Has anyone been able to withdraw any CLAM from Yobit? I converted all to BTC and was getting ready to move to Polo, but now I am stuck trying to verify my Polo account. If CLAM withdraw is now active, I would consider converting back to CLAM and withdraw CLAM...
Well the situation has been like that for quite some time now. I don't see any indications why yobit would enable CLAM withdrawal, when they had the pssobility to do that all along. I don't know about BTC withdrawal fees at the moment, so you should check if BCH or DOGE would be a better option.

Yeah, sorry, I meant I converted all to BTC then to DOGE. But now that Polo keeps denying my verification, I'm looking for other alternatives... Cryptopia and Bluetrade have too low volumes...

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February 25, 2018, 06:10:16 PM
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Has anyone been able to withdraw any CLAM from Yobit? I converted all to BTC and was getting ready to move to Polo, but now I am stuck trying to verify my Polo account. If CLAM withdraw is now active, I would consider converting back to CLAM and withdraw CLAM...
Well the situation has been like that for quite some time now. I don't see any indications why yobit would enable CLAM withdrawal, when they had the pssobility to do that all along. I don't know about BTC withdrawal fees at the moment, so you should check if BCH or DOGE would be a better option.

Yeah, sorry, I meant I converted all to BTC then to DOGE. But now that Polo keeps denying my verification, I'm looking for other alternatives... Cryptopia and Bluetrade have too low volumes...

Bleutrade was used from a guy on reddit as I was routing the only exchange that can easily shift your clams to the clamclient. As I posted many times.

Unfortunately post of that from reddit was deleted!?!

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February 25, 2018, 07:19:11 PM
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Has anyone been able to withdraw any CLAM from Yobit? I converted all to BTC and was getting ready to move to Polo, but now I am stuck trying to verify my Polo account. If CLAM withdraw is now active, I would consider converting back to CLAM and withdraw CLAM...
Well the situation has been like that for quite some time now. I don't see any indications why yobit would enable CLAM withdrawal, when they had the pssobility to do that all along. I don't know about BTC withdrawal fees at the moment, so you should check if BCH or DOGE would be a better option.

Yeah, sorry, I meant I converted all to BTC then to DOGE. But now that Polo keeps denying my verification, I'm looking for other alternatives... Cryptopia and Bluetrade have too low volumes...

Bleutrade was used from a guy on reddit as I was routing the only exchange that can easily shift your clams to the clamclient. As I posted many times.

Unfortunately post of that from reddit was deleted!?!

Thanks. I'm going to try Cryptopia. They have less trading volume than Yoshit, but at least I haven't had any major problems with them related to withdrawals... It's probably going to take a while to buy back some CLAMs and send to my staking wallet, because of Cryptopia low volume... But at least it's higher volume than Bluetrade...

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February 25, 2018, 07:26:26 PM
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Has anyone been able to withdraw any CLAM from Yobit? I converted all to BTC and was getting ready to move to Polo, but now I am stuck trying to verify my Polo account. If CLAM withdraw is now active, I would consider converting back to CLAM and withdraw CLAM...
Well the situation has been like that for quite some time now. I don't see any indications why yobit would enable CLAM withdrawal, when they had the pssobility to do that all along. I don't know about BTC withdrawal fees at the moment, so you should check if BCH or DOGE would be a better option.

Yeah, sorry, I meant I converted all to BTC then to DOGE. But now that Polo keeps denying my verification, I'm looking for other alternatives... Cryptopia and Bluetrade have too low volumes...

Bleutrade was used from a guy on reddit as I was routing the only exchange that can easily shift your clams to the clamclient. As I posted many times.

Unfortunately post of that from reddit was deleted!?!

Thanks. I'm going to try Cryptopia. They have less trading volume than Yoshit, but at least I haven't had any major problems with them related to withdrawals... It's probably going to take a while to buy back some CLAMs and send to my staking wallet, because of Cryptopia low volume... But at least it's higher volume than Bluetrade...

Dude you must be whale of the clams Wink

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February 25, 2018, 11:52:43 PM
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Has anyone been able to withdraw any CLAM from Yobit? I converted all to BTC and was getting ready to move to Polo, but now I am stuck trying to verify my Polo account. If CLAM withdraw is now active, I would consider converting back to CLAM and withdraw CLAM...
Well the situation has been like that for quite some time now. I don't see any indications why yobit would enable CLAM withdrawal, when they had the pssobility to do that all along. I don't know about BTC withdrawal fees at the moment, so you should check if BCH or DOGE would be a better option.

Yeah, sorry, I meant I converted all to BTC then to DOGE. But now that Polo keeps denying my verification, I'm looking for other alternatives... Cryptopia and Bluetrade have too low volumes...

Bleutrade was used from a guy on reddit as I was routing the only exchange that can easily shift your clams to the clamclient. As I posted many times.

Unfortunately post of that from reddit was deleted!?!

Thanks. I'm going to try Cryptopia. They have less trading volume than Yoshit, but at least I haven't had any major problems with them related to withdrawals... It's probably going to take a while to buy back some CLAMs and send to my staking wallet, because of Cryptopia low volume... But at least it's higher volume than Bluetrade...

Dude you must be whale of the clams Wink

Poloniex and Bittrex are the best.

Bittrex is my prefered because the 100BTC withdraw daily limit, but they charge .2 CLAM for withdraw which kinda kills me inside to pay.


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February 26, 2018, 03:59:02 AM
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Has anyone been able to withdraw any CLAM from Yobit? I converted all to BTC and was getting ready to move to Polo, but now I am stuck trying to verify my Polo account. If CLAM withdraw is now active, I would consider converting back to CLAM and withdraw CLAM...
Well the situation has been like that for quite some time now. I don't see any indications why yobit would enable CLAM withdrawal, when they had the pssobility to do that all along. I don't know about BTC withdrawal fees at the moment, so you should check if BCH or DOGE would be a better option.

Yeah, sorry, I meant I converted all to BTC then to DOGE. But now that Polo keeps denying my verification, I'm looking for other alternatives... Cryptopia and Bluetrade have too low volumes...

Bleutrade was used from a guy on reddit as I was routing the only exchange that can easily shift your clams to the clamclient. As I posted many times.

Unfortunately post of that from reddit was deleted!?!

Thanks. I'm going to try Cryptopia. They have less trading volume than Yoshit, but at least I haven't had any major problems with them related to withdrawals... It's probably going to take a while to buy back some CLAMs and send to my staking wallet, because of Cryptopia low volume... But at least it's higher volume than Bluetrade...

Dude you must be whale of the clams Wink

Poloniex and Bittrex are the best.

Bittrex is my prefered because the 100BTC withdraw daily limit, but they charge .2 CLAM for withdraw which kinda kills me inside to pay.

+1 for Bittrex.

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https://i.imgur.com/M9zbdol.png

LuckyBit has launched Clambling, a Clam gambling website where you can play 4 thrilling games! You can win up to x99.9 times your initial bet.

Visit: https://clambling.luckyb.it/

Amazing!! Much needed competition for JD!
Are you planning on implementing bankroll / staking features or is it just for gambling?
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Has anyone been able to withdraw any CLAM from Yobit? I converted all to BTC and was getting ready to move to Polo, but now I am stuck trying to verify my Polo account. If CLAM withdraw is now active, I would consider converting back to CLAM and withdraw CLAM...
Well the situation has been like that for quite some time now. I don't see any indications why yobit would enable CLAM withdrawal, when they had the pssobility to do that all along. I don't know about BTC withdrawal fees at the moment, so you should check if BCH or DOGE would be a better option.

Yeah, sorry, I meant I converted all to BTC then to DOGE. But now that Polo keeps denying my verification, I'm looking for other alternatives... Cryptopia and Bluetrade have too low volumes...

Bleutrade was used from a guy on reddit as I was routing the only exchange that can easily shift your clams to the clamclient. As I posted many times.

Unfortunately post of that from reddit was deleted!?!

Thanks. I'm going to try Cryptopia. They have less trading volume than Yoshit, but at least I haven't had any major problems with them related to withdrawals... It's probably going to take a while to buy back some CLAMs and send to my staking wallet, because of Cryptopia low volume... But at least it's higher volume than Bluetrade...
cryptopia I do not recommend them mngo problems
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LuckyBit has launched Clambling, a Clam gambling website where you can play 4 thrilling games! You can win up to x99.9 times your initial bet.

Looks good.

I had some trouble setting up 2FA. The 6 digit code I entered to enable it was rejected - it started with 00, which I thought might have been the problem. But it's also possible that the 30 second window had just changed and you don't accept slightly old codes.

I played about with it a bit and found that I could use the same 6 digit code twice - once to turn 2FA on, and again to turn it off. The codes are meant to be single-use only, so that's a security issue.

After turning 2FA on and off again, I couldn't turn it back on without first reloading the site. It seemed like the 2FA secret had changed on the server, but the client hadn't been updated with the new one. Clicking "Enable 2FA" in that state didn't do anything - no error or success message was shown.

Edit: it looks like you can win 999x on plinko, so it's not "up to 99.9x"...

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LuckyBit has launched Clambling, a Clam gambling website where you can play 4 thrilling games! You can win up to x99.9 times your initial bet.

Looks good.

I had some trouble setting up 2FA. The 6 digit code I entered to enable it was rejected - it started with 00, which I thought might have been the problem. But it's also possible that the 30 second window had just changed and you don't accept slightly old codes.

I played about with it a bit and found that I could use the same 6 digit code twice - once to turn 2FA on, and again to turn it off. The codes are meant to be single-use only, so that's a security issue.

After turning 2FA on and off again, I couldn't turn it back on without first reloading the site. It seemed like the 2FA secret had changed on the server, but the client hadn't been updated with the new one. Clicking "Enable 2FA" in that state didn't do anything - no error or success message was shown.

prolly not an issue but did you synchronize both your computer and mobile phone time settings?

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prolly not an issue but did you synchronize both your computer and mobile phone time settings?

Yes, my clocks are accurate.

Another comment: in the account history it would be useful if the txids were links to a block explorer, such as:

    http://khashier.com/tx/<txid>

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For some reason, the chat on Luckybits website for Clambling isn't letting me post messages.

I'm horribly tired right now and I'm not trying to pick a fight with dooglus, but what he said in the Clambling Luckybit general chat isn't the whole story and I would strongly suggest services not ignore these small faucet transactions to save literally pennies.

My responds to the public chat @ Luckybits Clambling site: https://vocaroo.com/i/s1ttLTrK9tZs

(Excuse the few bumps in the recording... I made a near perfect recording on my computer, but forgot my fucking mic was blow and it kind of made doing the second recording a bit harder.)


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March 04, 2018, 02:30:18 AM
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For some reason, the chat on Luckybits website for Clambling isn't letting me post messages.

I'm horribly tired right now and I'm not trying to pick a fight with dooglus, but what he said in the Clambling Luckybit general chat isn't the whole story and I would strongly suggest services not ignore these small faucet transactions to save literally pennies.

My responds to the public chat @ Luckybits Clambling site: https://vocaroo.com/i/s1ttLTrK9tZs

(Excuse the few bumps in the recording... I made a near perfect recording on my computer, but forgot my fucking mic was blow and it kind of made doing the second recording a bit harder.)

Also try next time to change audio recording settings to 192000 Hz/24 bit. It will greatly improve audio recordings.

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March 04, 2018, 02:41:00 AM
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Thanks. I'm going to try Cryptopia. They have less trading volume than Yoshit, but at least I haven't had any major problems with them related to withdrawals... It's probably going to take a while to buy back some CLAMs and send to my staking wallet, because of Cryptopia low volume... But at least it's higher volume than Bluetrade...
Bluetrade is shitty exchange surely. Cryptopia exchange has fixed their technical problems finally as they stated in official announcement on Twitter channel some days ago "The planned upgrades have been successfully completed and we are back online".
Regarding to exchanges, I have a hint for your. There are cycle of exchanges from Poloniex-Bittrex-Cryptopia-Binance and now, it seems right time to go back from Binance-Cryptopia-Bittrex-Poloniex.
Poloniex will be great again.  Cool

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March 04, 2018, 03:25:03 AM
Last edit: March 04, 2018, 03:37:31 AM by dooglus
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I would strongly suggest services not ignore these small faucet transactions to save literally pennies.

It's not about saving pennies, it's about not having your CLAM client grind to a halt every time a new block is found as it struggles to update the wallet.dat for each of the thousands of dust outputs it contains.

If you use "mininput=0.001" in clam.conf then the wallet won't recognize the dust deposits at all, and so isn't bogged down by them.

This is nothing against you or your site. It's just a practical matter that once the CLAM wallet has received too many transactions it starts performing horribly. I don't know for sure, but I expect the reason that the various exchanges have their CLAM wallets offline a lot of the time is something to do with this same issue.

Edit: I listened to the voice recording. I probably should have mentioned the off-chain tipping thing we do instead of spamming the blockchain. You should sort out a similar deal with luckybit if they're interested. But again, this isn't about saving the 50 cents it costs to sweep the dust. It's about not having the dust transactions cause the wallet software to grind to a halt. Sweeping a thousand utxos doesn't remove them from the wallet's tx list, and doesn't fix the slowdown issues we see.

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