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Author Topic: [ANN][CLAM] CLAMs, Proof-Of-Chain, Proof-Of-Working-Stake, a.k.a. "Clamcoin"  (Read 1104674 times)
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February 16, 2018, 01:38:45 PM
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addnode ... add

Only 12 work from all of these so do please update as you want.
I just filtered these (79 nodes) off've my client's getpeerinfo results ...


addnode=5.254.66.101:50298
addnode=5.68.54.99:31174
addnode=5.9.31.67:49126
addnode=12.13.193.227:60936
addnode=24.168.32.40:6193
addnode=24.9.70.204:54975
addnode=34.227.77.6:56497
addnode=37.189.255.136:65358
addnode=42.115.71.61:58955
addnode=45.28.140.116:62007
addnode=45.33.51.122:31174
addnode=46.105.98.179:31174
addnode=46.164.237.90:61138
addnode=46.242.35.119:51812
addnode=50.89.159.163:31174
addnode=50.89.159.163:49771
addnode=51.15.208.17:39942
addnode=54.83.128.67:45972
addnode=67.173.62.28:60524
addnode=67.190.62.252:31174
addnode=68.104.115.19:52912
addnode=68.195.28.248:31174
addnode=68.195.28.248:63957
addnode=68.96.96.143:59827
addnode=71.67.143.27:42425
addnode=73.196.204.117:31174
addnode=73.228.139.14:50420
addnode=73.95.169.154:62328
addnode=75.118.15.224:31174
addnode=76.103.125.46:44372
addnode=76.170.119.118:51353
addnode=77.190.169.17:65479
addnode=78.128.90.139:11140
addnode=78.66.36.36:49906
addnode=79.8.1.204:56356
addnode=81.61.92.19:57977
addnode=82.118.249.27:52464
addnode=83.84.173.136:23617
addnode=84.81.89.187:50032
addnode=86.148.246.170:61134
addnode=86.16.8.251:2580
addnode=86.21.88.174:31174
addnode=86.6.94.20:31174
addnode=88.17.148.10:55830
addnode=89.216.104.196:31174
addnode=92.210.93.81:54276
addnode=93.86.133.150:56786
addnode=94.242.254.66:40046
addnode=95.25.66.133:60923
addnode=99.189.170.199:50649
addnode=99.99.253.228:39920
addnode=104.239.139.17:33179
addnode=104.6.36.22:50761
addnode=108.31.223.236:31174
addnode=109.233.58.44:43200
addnode=109.252.60.102:13691
addnode=118.102.74.85:58544
addnode=118.102.74.85:59510
addnode=138.197.211.12:31174
addnode=138.201.35.158:31174
addnode=142.196.87.121:53317
addnode=145.239.28.208:46014
addnode=158.69.32.10:51376
addnode=163.172.138.202:53180
addnode=168.195.223.229:47284
addnode=170.130.28.170:51822
addnode=178.63.60.7:36500
addnode=179.113.194.75:49415
addnode=188.126.72.192:64616
addnode=188.40.131.43:41392
addnode=192.99.7.115:31174
addnode=193.23.157.12:55443
addnode=193.70.47.2:38163
addnode=213.60.163.199:48106
addnode=219.136.252.124:54817
addnode=219.136.252.124:55639
addnode=219.136.252.124:61613
addnode=219.136.252.124:63638
addnode=220.118.173.91:31174


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February 16, 2018, 07:24:27 PM
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addnode ... add

Only 12 work from all of these so do please update as you want.
I just filtered these (79 nodes) off've my client's getpeerinfo results ...

I also have 79 peers, but only 16 of them are outbound connections. The other 63 connected to me, and so may not be listening for incoming connections:

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$ clamd getpeerinfo | grep inbound | sort | uniq -c
     16     "inbound" : false,
     63     "inbound" : true,

These are the 16 inbound ones:

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$ clamd getpeerinfo | grep 'inbound.*false' -B12 | grep '"addr"' | cut -d'"' -f4 | sort -t. -k4n
158.69.32.10:31174
138.197.211.12:31174
51.15.208.17:31174
86.6.94.20:31174
76.68.208.40:31174
68.200.152.44:31174
54.83.128.67:31174
97.83.177.95:31174
45.33.51.122:31174
46.4.113.143:31174
24.122.244.181:31174
163.172.138.202:31174
86.61.18.209:31174
194.88.107.212:31174
159.203.5.220:31174
68.195.28.248:31174

So maybe try those 16 first, since they for sure were accepting incoming connections at some point.

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February 17, 2018, 02:07:08 AM
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The other 63 connected to me, and so may not be listening for incoming connections:
Yes, of course. As I had to remind myself, they're probably listening but the router for the (home?) subnet they're connected to won't be forwarding on 31774 unless the user has either enabled NAT (against the advice of the DHS) or set up port forwarding.

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February 17, 2018, 09:58:47 PM
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Finally I have static IP.
What should I do to improve my connection to CLAM. I am staking and getting far less than expected in reward.

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February 18, 2018, 12:30:50 PM
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This is strange.

Are you getting CLAM coins these days?
Staking is not working, like 51% attack or similar, time to get reward is 2hrs, and I am getting 1-2 per day.

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February 18, 2018, 06:49:22 PM
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This is strange.

Are you getting CLAM coins these days?
Staking is not working, like 51% attack or similar, time to get reward is 2hrs, and I am getting 1-2 per day.

Would you mind telling us how many CLAMs you're actually staking? So we could compare your results to similar stakers.
However, the client showing "2 Hours" and you receiving 1-2 per day doesn't sound too unrealistic in my opinion.
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February 19, 2018, 10:25:15 AM
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Just saying, this coin it seems to be in accumulation phase, low volume an lateral price. Definitely will see it again to 2mbtc. Rigth time for buying

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February 19, 2018, 01:38:26 PM
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This is strange.

Are you getting CLAM coins these days?
Staking is not working, like 51% attack or similar, time to get reward is 2hrs, and I am getting 1-2 per day.

Would you mind telling us how many CLAMs you're actually staking? So we could compare your results to similar stakers.
However, the client showing "2 Hours" and you receiving 1-2 per day doesn't sound too unrealistic in my opinion.

2 months ago 1000 clams will give you 1 stake.

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February 19, 2018, 06:03:23 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

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February 19, 2018, 06:09:19 PM
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Has anyone been able to withdraw CLAM from Yobit.net in the past 2 months? I've been trying to and it keeps saying "Withdrawal for such currency is temporary off."

I've been trying since mid December or even before... Thought it would be fixed, but it doesnt look like it's going anywhere.  Huh



Anyone knows what's up? Thanks.

I tried and eventually moved some to bleutrade which works just fine. Had same message for weeks and no reply from customer support.
It appears like the "Withdrawal for such currency is temporary off." is part of yobit's business plan. If I were you I'd trade the CLAMS for BTC and then into LTC and get them off of yobit - and never go back there Wink.
What kind of business plan?
I think I'm gonna do that... I was hoping I wouldnt have to because I had bought those CLAMs at a good price. Yoshit has been totally ignoring my tickets for over 2 weeks:


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February 19, 2018, 07:00:27 PM
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Has anyone been able to withdraw CLAM from Yobit.net in the past 2 months? I've been trying to and it keeps saying "Withdrawal for such currency is temporary off."

I've been trying since mid December or even before... Thought it would be fixed, but it doesnt look like it's going anywhere.  Huh



Anyone knows what's up? Thanks.

I tried and eventually moved some to bleutrade which works just fine. Had same message for weeks and no reply from customer support.
It appears like the "Withdrawal for such currency is temporary off." is part of yobit's business plan. If I were you I'd trade the CLAMS for BTC and then into LTC and get them off of yobit - and never go back there Wink.
What kind of business plan?
I think I'm gonna do that... I was hoping I wouldnt have to because I had bought those CLAMs at a good price. Yoshit has been totally ignoring my tickets for over 2 weeks:

Dude, change it to bch and move it to bleutrade...You will lose on bch/btc and btc/clams but you will get it eventually.



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February 19, 2018, 07:22:34 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.

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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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