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August 12, 2014, 02:07:12 AM
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Would be better if CLAM get listed on much bigger exchange to increase volume and investors interest.

CLAM has been amazingly stable between 100K and 200K sats...
So much so that the Clam Shell where you see 100 or 200 size support bids is rarely seen...
That means people love this coin... and are hoarding.

A wild guesstimate of Clam Population:

I have 4 active wallets with 235 Clams...
And a Staking Weight of 184 vs Network Weight of 18,952...
So if I have roughly 1% of active Clams that means there are about 25,000 active Clams...
Possibly many more in off-line or cold wallets.

We need more people to find Clams... if only for the FUN...
It's almost as if the Devs wanna keep this quiet for a while before a Big Innovation.

Maybe we should have a weekly Sunday Clam Hunt thread...
And bring 20-50 people into the fold every week... week after week...
Somebody just do it... because it can't be me I'm too controversial 'round here.


I love the idea, bringing 20-50 people into the fold each week would be really great. I'm not sure about the logistics of such an event but its something I will bring up with the team, I just do the coding Smiley  I can promise there is no conspiracy to keep it quite, we've been shouting it from the roof's since we started and its awesome to be getting traction now and the more the better!

I can give some slightly more accurate numbers for you regarding the 'active' clams. Some members of the team don't like throwing the numbers around, and I get there point but I like numbers, even if there estimates.First (disclaimer here) There is absolutely no way to know exactly how many clams are sitting in peoples wallets. We can only count clams that a) have been staked or b) have been spent to another address.

With that said, here on the current numbers from our friendly irc bot aptly named SuperClam on the #clams irc channel

Lottery Winnings: 8962.94460818 Clams
Staking Earning: 3484.69149075 Clams
Amount Claimed: 42305.71642764 Clams, 9186 Addresses

Current CLAMS in Circulation(estimate): 54319.26807218 Clams







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August 12, 2014, 04:06:38 AM
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Did you vanitygen your *CunNT* address?
nice spot there, i did not notice that, CLAM CunNT address

if you were to post that address in Polo trollbox it might get bleeped lmao

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August 13, 2014, 04:21:46 AM
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A very special 'thank you' to whomever just donated 100 CLAMS to the OP Post donation address!

I think this is a good time to do a first bounty Grin

The Development team could use the services of an experienced Qt Developer.
http://qt-project.org/

One of the foundational concepts of CLAMS is ability for everyone to get involved.
Caritas,
Libertas,
AEQUITAS,
Monetas.

CLAMS is long overdue for an in-client GUI import mechanism.
An improved 'dumpwallet' rpc command and functionality has already been added to the CLAMClient.
This improved command allows a user to import a wallet.dat file via absolute or relative path (data directory).
It also allows for the user to input a passphrase, if the wallet is encrypted.

We will start the bounty at 50 CLAMS.

50 CLAMS to the first person to submit a functioning pull request that implements the new 'importwallet' command and includes:

  • An item in the 'file' menu that brings up the 'importwallet' dialog.
  • The ability for the user to 'browse' to the location of the wallet.dat file.
  • The ability for the user to input the passphrase, if the wallet is encrypted.
  • Runs the 'importwallet' command with the user given details.

Cheers,
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August 13, 2014, 04:28:49 AM
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A very special 'thank you' to whomever just donated 100 CLAMS to the OP Post donation address!

I think this is a good time to do a first bounty Grin

The Development team could use the services of an experienced Qt Developer.
http://qt-project.org/

One of the foundational concepts of CLAMS is the ability for everyone to get involved.
Caritas,
Libertas,
AEQUITAS,
Monetas.

CLAMS is long overdue for an in-client GUI import mechanism.
An improved 'dumpwallet' rpc command and functionality has already been added to the CLAMClient.
This improved command allows a user to import a wallet.dat file via absolute or relative path (data directory).
It also allows for the user to input a passphrase, if the wallet is encrypted.

We will start the bounty at 50 CLAMS.

50 CLAMS to the first person to submit a functioning pull request that implements the new 'importwallet' command and includes:

  • An item in the 'file' menu that brings up the 'importwallet' dialog.
  • The ability for the user to 'browse' to the location of the wallet.dat file.
  • The ability for the user to input the passphrase, if the wallet is encrypted.
  • Runs the 'importwallet' command with the user given details.

Cheers,
creativecuriosity Grin

Added the bounty to the OP Post Grin

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=623147
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August 13, 2014, 12:06:36 PM
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x11 has been added to the kHashier.com multi-pool Smiley

Everything looks to be humming along nicely; will check on it again tomorrow!

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August 14, 2014, 12:21:07 AM
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Here you go =]

https://github.com/tryphe/clams-importwalletgui

Works for me but needs testing. Most of the code is around line 870 in bitcoingui.cpp if anyone wants to see the actual password handling. It's very short. The password dialog is NOT the one used to encrypt your wallet, so don't get sketched out if it doesn't look identical. Reason being, I didn't want to dig too much code from rpcdump without it being practical(ie. safety checks). In other words, a one liner QInput call replaces what would be like 20+ more lines from rpc.

Please tell me if you find any issues or have any suggestions. I won't hesitate to attempt more features to make it easier to roll the coin out.

Note: This isn't really the most eloquent solution, it's just convenient for now.
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August 14, 2014, 03:53:57 PM
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Block 68455 minted 950.2716788

Possibly the largest lottery reward yet?
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August 14, 2014, 05:38:53 PM
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Block 68455 minted 950.2716788

Possibly the largest lottery reward yet?

That was me! Smiley

According to the bot in the IRC channel, yes:

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11:06 < creativecuriosit> &lotto.top5
11:06 < SuperClam> Height  |  Reward
11:06 < SuperClam> -------------------------
11:06 < SuperClam> 68455      950.27157880
11:06 < SuperClam> 54989      773.07535090
11:06 < SuperClam> 37893      704.66066719
11:06 < SuperClam> 54088      580.22232479
11:06 < SuperClam> 38886      571.24572027

That's the only reward I have in the top 5, although my 2nd biggest reward (567.51201935) only just fails to get 5th place.

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August 14, 2014, 07:43:21 PM
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Poloniex has an API to pull candlestick chart data. Here's CLAMS: https://poloniex.com/public?command=returnChartData&currencyPair=BTC_CLAM&start=1405699200&end=9999999999&period=14400


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August 14, 2014, 10:28:04 PM
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@dooglus
congrats... I guess you're making alot ฿฿ or perhaps $$ out of CLAMs
If I may know, how many of your outputs getting staked everyday?
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I just got done sync-ing the other altcoin, so I'm planning to focus on this one now
first, can anyone tell me how big is CLAM blockchain?
second, I know I can check beforehand what-could-be-my clam address balance by going to khashier explorer
but is there another way claiming clams other than using wallet.dat
maybe something like converting my btc priv key to clam priv key (if that even possibe) then importing it to the CLAM qt client


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August 14, 2014, 11:00:10 PM
 #931

Block 68455 minted 950.2716788
Possibly the largest lottery reward yet?
That was me! Smiley
According to the bot in the IRC channel, yes:
Quote
11:06 < creativecuriosit> &lotto.top5
11:06 < SuperClam> Height  |  Reward
11:06 < SuperClam> -------------------------
11:06 < SuperClam> 68455      950.27157880
11:06 < SuperClam> 54989      773.07535090
11:06 < SuperClam> 37893      704.66066719
11:06 < SuperClam> 54088      580.22232479
11:06 < SuperClam> 38886      571.24572027
That's the only reward I have in the top 5, although my 2nd biggest reward (567.51201935) only just fails to get 5th place.

Oh, the envy Grin
We sure could use some more CLAMS for bounties at the donation address *wink wink* Grin



@dooglus
congrats... I guess you're making alot ฿฿ or perhaps $$ out of CLAMs
If I may know, how many of your outputs getting staked everyday?
---
I just got done sync-ing the other altcoin, so I'm planning to focus on this one now
first, can anyone tell me how big is CLAM blockchain?
second, I know I can check beforehand what-could-be-my clam address balance by going to khashier explorer
but is there another way claiming clams other than using wallet.dat
maybe something like converting my btc priv key to clam priv key (if that even possibe) then importing it to the CLAM qt client

That is essentially what the CLAMClient does -> though 'converting' isn't exactly the right word.

We will have a test build floating around, likely later today, with the new in-client GUI import mechanism.
A big thanks to tryphe for the Qt work.

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August 14, 2014, 11:23:33 PM
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first, can anyone tell me how big is CLAM blockchain?
second, I know I can check beforehand what-could-be-my clam address balance by going to khashier explorer
but is there another way claiming clams other than using wallet.dat
maybe something like converting my btc priv key to clam priv key (if that even possibe) then importing it to the CLAM qt client

The blockchain takes up around ~230MB of disk space at the current height of 69600 blocks.
I see what you're getting at with having to import a wallet.dat, and that's essentially what's being done. Your wallet keys are basically converted to clam keys on import, and there's virtually no danger here unless your machine is compromised. The once imported data is not stored anywhere in the CLAM client, but that's not to say you shouldn't use multiple btc/ltc/doge wallets (you should). However, there's no way to tell if you own or owned the coin without full key pairs (unless I'm seriously missing something here).
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@dooglus
congrats... I guess you're making alot ฿฿ or perhaps $$ out of CLAMs
If I may know, how many of your outputs getting staked everyday?

I've never sold any CLAMs - so what I'm making out of CLAMs is a lot of CLAMs. lol.

I'll probably hold them until they're worthless, or worth a fortune - same as I do with BTC.

I don't know how to count the number of stakes per day without counting them myself - there are lots.

Here's a screenshot of the most recent stakes to give you an idea of the frequency of staking:



Then nothing staked until 17:21. So I guess about 20 per hour, or around 500 per day. I have a feeling that the screenshot shows an unusually good hour though, so maybe it's half that. But with the lotto wins as well I'm sure the average is higher.

first, can anyone tell me how big is CLAM blockchain?

Here are the sizes of the big things in my .clam/ folder, in Mb:

11   database
69   txleveldb
139   blk0001.dat

so it's pretty tiny - my whole .clam/ folder is 256 Mb in total, and includes 43 backups of my wallet.dat.

second, I know I can check beforehand what-could-be-my clam address balance by going to khashier explorer
but is there another way claiming clams other than using wallet.dat
maybe something like converting my btc priv key to clam priv key (if that even possibe) then importing it to the CLAM qt client

Yes. Your BTC privkey *is* your CLAM privkey; they are the same thing. Just export it from your bitcoin wallet and import it into the CLAM wallet.

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August 15, 2014, 12:32:30 AM
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The blockchain takes up around ~230MB of disk space at the current height of 69600 blocks.

I think it's 145 Mb to download. The rest is indexes which your client will create from the 145 Mb it downloads.

Your wallet keys are basically converted to clam keys on import, and there's virtually no danger here unless your machine is compromised. The once imported data is not stored anywhere in the CLAM client, but that's not to say you shouldn't use multiple btc/ltc/doge wallets (you should). However, there's no way to tell if you own or owned the coin without full key pairs (unless I'm seriously missing something here).

I think you have this wrong.

The CLAM client stores your private keys, which are THE SAME as your Bitcoin private keys.

If someone gains access to your CLAM wallet (and the password, if encrypted), then they also have access to the BTC, LTC, or DOGE at the addresses you imported.

It's possible to convert from BTC addresses to CLAM addresses (and back again) without knowing the private keys. I posted a short Python script which does exactly that not long ago. See this post:

It's a small Python script that takes any number of BTC, LTC, DOGE, and CLAM addresses and gives links to the corresponding blockchain explorer pages for the equivalent BTC, LTC, DOGE, and CLAM addresses.

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August 15, 2014, 01:10:10 AM
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If someone gains access to your CLAM wallet (and the password, if encrypted), then they also have access to the BTC, LTC, or DOGE at the addresses you imported.

A precise identification of the address as the lynchpin. IIRC, the original instructions suggested that, for maximum peace of mind, any balance in a qualifying BTC/LTC/DOGE wallet should be transferred to a newly-created BTC/LTC/DOGE wallet/address and the now-empty qualifying wallet/address used for the CLAM import. I couldn't pick any holes in that but IANAC (C=Cryptographer).

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Edit, use a more precise reference
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August 15, 2014, 01:12:43 AM
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The blockchain takes up around ~230MB of disk space at the current height of 69600 blocks.

I think it's 145 Mb to download. The rest is indexes which your client will create from the 145 Mb it downloads.

Your wallet keys are basically converted to clam keys on import, and there's virtually no danger here unless your machine is compromised. The once imported data is not stored anywhere in the CLAM client, but that's not to say you shouldn't use multiple btc/ltc/doge wallets (you should). However, there's no way to tell if you own or owned the coin without full key pairs (unless I'm seriously missing something here).

I think you have this wrong.

The CLAM client stores your private keys, which are THE SAME as your Bitcoin private keys.

If someone gains access to your CLAM wallet (and the password, if encrypted), then they also have access to the BTC, LTC, or DOGE at the addresses you imported.

It's possible to convert from BTC addresses to CLAM addresses (and back again) without knowing the private keys. I posted a short Python script which does exactly that not long ago. See this post:

It's a small Python script that takes any number of BTC, LTC, DOGE, and CLAM addresses and gives links to the corresponding blockchain explorer pages for the equivalent BTC, LTC, DOGE, and CLAM addresses.

Thanks for clarifying that.
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August 15, 2014, 01:20:06 AM
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If someone gains access to your CLAM wallet (and the password, if encrypted), then they also have access to the BTC, LTC, or DOGE at the addresses you imported.
A precise identification of the address as the lynchpin. IIRC, the original instructions suggested that, for maximum peace of mind, any balance in a qualifying BTC/LTC/DOGE wallet should be transferred to a newly-created BTC/LTC/DOGE wallet/address and the now-empty qualifying wallet/address used for the CLAM import. I couldn't pick any holes in that but IANAC (C=Cryptographer).
Cheers
Graham
Edit, use a more precise reference

Re: dooglus,
All accurate information, as usual Grin


Re: gjhiggins.
For users who are particularly concerned, the process you outlined remains possible and recommended.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=623147
Proof-Of-Chain, 100% Distributed BEFORE Launch.
Everyone who owned BTC, LTC, or DOGE at launch got free CLAMS.
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August 15, 2014, 02:38:45 AM
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I've never sold any CLAMs - so what I'm making out of CLAMs is a lot of CLAMs. lol.

I'll probably hold them until they're worthless, or worth a fortune - same as I do with BTC.

Then nothing staked until 17:21. So I guess about 20 per hour, or around 500 per day. I have a feeling that the screenshot shows an unusually good hour though, so maybe it's half that. But with the lotto wins as well I'm sure the average is higher.

congratulation on the lottery win, at least we know for sure that those 900+ clams wont be dumped

even without the lottery win with ~500 stakes a day thats 50 clams a day, awesome

im currently only at 1 stake a day and still waiting for that lottery so i can increase my daily number of stakes  Cheesy

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August 15, 2014, 03:04:11 AM
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even without the lottery win with ~500 stakes a day thats 50 clams a day, awesome

im currently only at 1 stake a day and still waiting for that lottery so i can increase my daily number of stakes  Cheesy

That's the downside with this form of PoS... your chance of winning grows exponentially as you stake and your balance grows, thus giving you more staking power. The more you win, the more you CAN win. Smiley
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August 15, 2014, 04:52:00 AM
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Is nobody else concerned with the price these days? Noticed someone cleared out a bunch of the buy orders.
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