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Author Topic: [ANN][CLAM] CLAMs, Proof-Of-Chain, Proof-Of-Working-Stake, a.k.a. "Clamcoin"  (Read 1150382 times)
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April 02, 2019, 08:08:43 AM
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poloniex deposit and wd not landing...WARNING
Poloniex is a big exchange, and has very good trust over years.
Despite of the fact that Poloniex demoted below Bittrex, and Binance since later half of 2017 till now, the exchange's reliability is very good, I believe in them.
So, you should not worry too much, my friend.

It just takes forever + requires opening a support ticket.

My service is much faster for people looking to get in and out of these crazy markets quickly.  FreeBitcoins.com/swap
Since the partnership with Circle made, supports on Poloniex improved considerably.
They reply to support tickets fastly and have good supports in my experience with my support tickets.

It takes 4-8 hours for the deposit to be credited and the withdrawal is nightmare of its own. Last time I got withdrawal error and waited a week for reimburse, then the following transaction was generated properly, but it was not broadcasted to the network ... another few days and it was significant amout of clams.

But I am bit afraid of opening tickets for Clams again and again as Poloniex can start thinking that its not worth the effort to keep Clam running...
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April 02, 2019, 08:56:32 AM
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It takes 4-8 hours for the deposit to be credited and the withdrawal is nightmare of its own. Last time I got withdrawal error and waited a week for reimburse, then the following transaction was generated properly, but it was not broadcasted to the network ... another few days and it was significant amout of clams.

But I am bit afraid of opening tickets for Clams again and again as Poloniex can start thinking that its not worth the effort to keep Clam running...
Not sure about Poloniex issues with CLAM, but I recommend you to calm down a bit.
Let's look back at what happened with bitcoin in 2017, transactions congested for weeks if were not boosted with higher fees.
Poloniex is a good exchange, and at least you won't lose your coins at any odds, I am sure about that.
I agreed if supports are too late, it's bad, but let's see, and you should try to re-contact them for help.
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April 02, 2019, 09:10:07 AM
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It takes 4-8 hours for the deposit to be credited and the withdrawal is nightmare of its own. Last time I got withdrawal error and waited a week for reimburse, then the following transaction was generated properly, but it was not broadcasted to the network ... another few days and it was significant amout of clams.

But I am bit afraid of opening tickets for Clams again and again as Poloniex can start thinking that its not worth the effort to keep Clam running...
Not sure about Poloniex issues with CLAM, but I recommend you to calm down a bit.
Let's look back at what happened with bitcoin in 2017, transactions congested for weeks if were not boosted with higher fees.
Poloniex is a good exchange, and at least you won't lose your coins at any odds, I am sure about that.
I agreed if supports are too late, it's bad, but let's see, and you should try to re-contact them for help.

I got all my clams, I am not complaining - I am just saying for others, that it can take some time to get Clams in/out and that the Clam daemon running on Poloniex probably has a rough time now.
Plus I have good experience with the Polo support, they solved my every Clam issue.
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April 03, 2019, 09:33:51 AM
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If someone could tell me how to sync the wallet that would be great.

Download a bootstrap.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=623147.msg9772191#msg9772191

Also for syncing I noticed, that having multiple connection to other nodes creates "ERROR: ProcessBlock() : already have block  XYZ" and trigger lookups for Orphan blocks which slows down the synchronisation.
I usually reduce the maximum connections while synchronizing to have only one source and not get ERRORs and ORPAHNS.
Set
maxconnections=1
in clam.conf and restart the client

Note: There is slight chance you get connected to some malicious node and you download forked chain, but I never encountered that. Plus after you finish syncing you can check the hash of the last block with some public clam block explorer.

Note 2: The sync takes some time to finish, depends on the CPU of you machine (it basically verifies whole chain on the fly) - it can take few days (when I tried to sync using Raspberry Pi in January, it took a week to fully sync)

I have downloaded the bootstrap and copied it.
But my wallet stops importing at block 1,775,795 ( 1 year and 12 week (s) behind ). The " importing blocks " has also disappear from my wallet , What should I do ?
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April 03, 2019, 09:51:24 AM
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If you already have enough capital, you can allocate funds from the following bounty to invest in ICO, or coin that you think is good. Do not be easily influenced to make investments that offer high profits.
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Last edit: April 04, 2019, 12:28:56 PM by Faust Roland
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Another Poloniex withdrawal - another withdrawal ERROR   Angry
I am starting thinking that the issue is in the high amount of the withdrawal - too many inputs in transaction leading into the error.
I'll try smaller amount next time and let you know it it helps. (After the support credit the coins back)

EDIT: Coins are back, it took only 7 hours now. The support is getting better. :-)
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If someone could tell me how to sync the wallet that would be great.

Download a bootstrap.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=623147.msg9772191#msg9772191

Also for syncing I noticed, that having multiple connection to other nodes creates "ERROR: ProcessBlock() : already have block  XYZ" and trigger lookups for Orphan blocks which slows down the synchronisation.
I usually reduce the maximum connections while synchronizing to have only one source and not get ERRORs and ORPAHNS.
Set
maxconnections=1
in clam.conf and restart the client

Note: There is slight chance you get connected to some malicious node and you download forked chain, but I never encountered that. Plus after you finish syncing you can check the hash of the last block with some public clam block explorer.

Note 2: The sync takes some time to finish, depends on the CPU of you machine (it basically verifies whole chain on the fly) - it can take few days (when I tried to sync using Raspberry Pi in January, it took a week to fully sync)

I have downloaded the bootstrap and copied it.
But my wallet stops importing at block 1,775,795 ( 1 year and 12 week (s) behind ). The " importing blocks " has also disappear from my wallet , What should I do ?

Have you tried to restart the client?
Do you have enough space on your disk?
Do you see any ERRORs in the debug.log?
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April 04, 2019, 05:25:42 PM
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If someone could tell me how to sync the wallet that would be great.

Download a bootstrap.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=623147.msg9772191#msg9772191

Also for syncing I noticed, that having multiple connection to other nodes creates "ERROR: ProcessBlock() : already have block  XYZ" and trigger lookups for Orphan blocks which slows down the synchronisation.
I usually reduce the maximum connections while synchronizing to have only one source and not get ERRORs and ORPAHNS.
Set
maxconnections=1
in clam.conf and restart the client

Note: There is slight chance you get connected to some malicious node and you download forked chain, but I never encountered that. Plus after you finish syncing you can check the hash of the last block with some public clam block explorer.

Note 2: The sync takes some time to finish, depends on the CPU of you machine (it basically verifies whole chain on the fly) - it can take few days (when I tried to sync using Raspberry Pi in January, it took a week to fully sync)

Thank you for the reply, but there is no percentage of completion.
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April 05, 2019, 03:11:47 PM
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If someone could tell me how to sync the wallet that would be great.

Download a bootstrap.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=623147.msg9772191#msg9772191

Also for syncing I noticed, that having multiple connection to other nodes creates "ERROR: ProcessBlock() : already have block  XYZ" and trigger lookups for Orphan blocks which slows down the synchronisation.
I usually reduce the maximum connections while synchronizing to have only one source and not get ERRORs and ORPAHNS.
Set
maxconnections=1
in clam.conf and restart the client

Note: There is slight chance you get connected to some malicious node and you download forked chain, but I never encountered that. Plus after you finish syncing you can check the hash of the last block with some public clam block explorer.

Note 2: The sync takes some time to finish, depends on the CPU of you machine (it basically verifies whole chain on the fly) - it can take few days (when I tried to sync using Raspberry Pi in January, it took a week to fully sync)

I have downloaded the bootstrap and copied it.
But my wallet stops importing at block 1,775,795 ( 1 year and 12 week (s) behind ). The " importing blocks " has also disappear from my wallet , What should I do ?

Have you tried to restart the client?
Do you have enough space on your disk?
Do you see any ERRORs in the debug.log?

I think I have enough space.
this is on debug file
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lock() : already have block 1779772 d574f7ad65c275d38c69c553113812774cbd7bdc2301124c21b9c5ce334c5a48
ERROR: ProcessBlock() : already have block 1779773 e395b5e2d2ff012c245ff1b090907e4502bf2319b02605f14233dc2f4eaad9ee
ERROR: ProcessBlock() : already have block 1779774 8320e7eedc1580b55a8936cd777cf5d3abc09a518db2e5c545c711b9c80a5301
ERROR: ProcessBlock() : already have block 1779775 61e4f80a05f85617a3b6a7daf5ed0f677402c4cde948f3fa37d04aa042bc5ae0
ERROR: ProcessBlock() : already have block 1779776 c8db7d7391b8028a168dc8c33b9bba24eaf9262e8fde349dac35d9b0b57383d9

And I just noticed that name of "bootstrap.dat " file changed to "bootstrap.dat.old"
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April 06, 2019, 10:33:33 AM
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If someone could tell me how to sync the wallet that would be great.

Download a bootstrap.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=623147.msg9772191#msg9772191

Also for syncing I noticed, that having multiple connection to other nodes creates "ERROR: ProcessBlock() : already have block  XYZ" and trigger lookups for Orphan blocks which slows down the synchronisation.
I usually reduce the maximum connections while synchronizing to have only one source and not get ERRORs and ORPAHNS.
Set
maxconnections=1
in clam.conf and restart the client

Note: There is slight chance you get connected to some malicious node and you download forked chain, but I never encountered that. Plus after you finish syncing you can check the hash of the last block with some public clam block explorer.

Note 2: The sync takes some time to finish, depends on the CPU of you machine (it basically verifies whole chain on the fly) - it can take few days (when I tried to sync using Raspberry Pi in January, it took a week to fully sync)

I have downloaded the bootstrap and copied it.
But my wallet stops importing at block 1,775,795 ( 1 year and 12 week (s) behind ). The " importing blocks " has also disappear from my wallet , What should I do ?

Have you tried to restart the client?
Do you have enough space on your disk?
Do you see any ERRORs in the debug.log?

I think I have enough space.
this is on debug file
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lock() : already have block 1779772 d574f7ad65c275d38c69c553113812774cbd7bdc2301124c21b9c5ce334c5a48
ERROR: ProcessBlock() : already have block 1779773 e395b5e2d2ff012c245ff1b090907e4502bf2319b02605f14233dc2f4eaad9ee
ERROR: ProcessBlock() : already have block 1779774 8320e7eedc1580b55a8936cd777cf5d3abc09a518db2e5c545c711b9c80a5301
ERROR: ProcessBlock() : already have block 1779775 61e4f80a05f85617a3b6a7daf5ed0f677402c4cde948f3fa37d04aa042bc5ae0
ERROR: ProcessBlock() : already have block 1779776 c8db7d7391b8028a168dc8c33b9bba24eaf9262e8fde349dac35d9b0b57383d9

And I just noticed that name of "bootstrap.dat " file changed to "bootstrap.dat.old"

Hi,
 "bootstrap.dat.old" means, that the bootstrap was fully processed.
"already have block" means that the Clam tries import block from bootstrap, but its already in the DB (maybe from the previous run).

Its a bit strange, as the bootstrap from the link should have 2467400 blocks.

Anyway - after finishing bootstrap it should start syncing from the network.
Do you have at least one connection?

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April 06, 2019, 12:34:05 PM
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Its a bit strange, as the bootstrap from the link should have 2467400 blocks.

Anyway - after finishing bootstrap it should start syncing from the network.


Those errors probably are from the network sync - I get a bunch of the same "already have block" errors when syncing any substantial amount (for example, after the client being shut down for a month). For some reason, it appears the client is asking multiple peers for the same block, or range of blocks, even though it already has them.

For example, my debug.log contains this 38 times:

ERROR: ProcessBlock() : already have block (orphan) 2035698dc4b0cf0617085d8448442a2ab6b3e63caa4ebcd01316186efe4736f7

Doing some quick counting, there are over 4000 different blocks which arrived 5+ times during the one sync.
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April 07, 2019, 08:42:59 PM
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hi to everybody. Im from argentina.
i download the claim client ,the last bootstrap, etc
but in the block 1618135 no sincrinize and stuck thed¡re+

anybody can help me?
i understen english and spanish

regads

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April 07, 2019, 09:29:48 PM
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Its a bit strange, as the bootstrap from the link should have 2467400 blocks.

Anyway - after finishing bootstrap it should start syncing from the network.


Those errors probably are from the network sync - I get a bunch of the same "already have block" errors when syncing any substantial amount (for example, after the client being shut down for a month). For some reason, it appears the client is asking multiple peers for the same block, or range of blocks, even though it already has them.

For example, my debug.log contains this 38 times:

ERROR: ProcessBlock() : already have block (orphan) 2035698dc4b0cf0617085d8448442a2ab6b3e63caa4ebcd01316186efe4736f7

Doing some quick counting, there are over 4000 different blocks which arrived 5+ times during the one sync.

I noticed similar "already have block (orphan)" when I was syncing last time. I think its because its getting same block from different nodes at different time. I "solved" it by reducing number of connections in clam.conf
maxconnections=1

When the clam is connected to the only one other node, this orphans completely stopped appearing.
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April 07, 2019, 09:33:13 PM
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Hi,
I consider running Clamcoin service providing daily blockchain snapshots because its the quickest way to get new wallet synchronized. I had to recently re-synchronize my node and it was slow and painful process. So I can imagine that it could be helpful for a Clam newcomer to get the wallet ready in shorter time.

PROS
+ Wallet is synchronized immediately after downloading/unzipping snapshot

CONS
- You have to trust that the snapshot is providing correct blockchain

So my question is
- Do you guys think its generally good idea?
- Is it actually running somewhere already and I just missed its existence?
- Are there any drawbacks I haven't considered?

Thanks

Guys, can I get some feedback? Do you think its a good idea?
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April 07, 2019, 09:46:56 PM
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Hi,
I consider running Clamcoin service providing daily blockchain snapshots because its the quickest way to get new wallet synchronized. I had to recently re-synchronize my node and it was slow and painful process. So I can imagine that it could be helpful for a Clam newcomer to get the wallet ready in shorter time.

PROS
+ Wallet is synchronized immediately after downloading/unzipping snapshot

CONS
- You have to trust that the snapshot is providing correct blockchain

So my question is
- Do you guys think its generally good idea?
- Is it actually running somewhere already and I just missed its existence?
- Are there any drawbacks I haven't considered?

Thanks

Guys, can I get some feedback? Do you think its a good idea?

Dooglus provide a updated bootstrap from time to time. I think that many people trust him and his service.
Maybe it is a good idea to talk to him.
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April 19, 2019, 06:59:08 PM
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devs still work with clam? I rekt for not buying at low price
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April 20, 2019, 03:06:25 AM
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devs still work with clam? I rekt for not buying at low price

Yes.

Xploited has been busy rebuilding /swap for FreeBitcoins.com, but we are almost done and will move back into finishing the CLAM update.

We need more talent contributing though.  Kinda sucks being a few person-show, but progress is being made slowly but surely.


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April 20, 2019, 10:00:47 AM
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Hi,
I consider running Clamcoin service providing daily blockchain snapshots because its the quickest way to get new wallet synchronized. I had to recently re-synchronize my node and it was slow and painful process. So I can imagine that it could be helpful for a Clam newcomer to get the wallet ready in shorter time.

PROS
+ Wallet is synchronized immediately after downloading/unzipping snapshot

CONS
- You have to trust that the snapshot is providing correct blockchain

So my question is
- Do you guys think its generally good idea?
- Is it actually running somewhere already and I just missed its existence?
- Are there any drawbacks I haven't considered?

Thanks

Guys, can I get some feedback? Do you think its a good idea?

Dooglus provide a updated bootstrap from time to time. I think that many people trust him and his service.
Maybe it is a good idea to talk to him.



I think Dooglus's bootstrap is great. It is not updated very often though.

So it is better if the dev Xploited could also provide his bootstrap regularly.

Register for FREE Bitcoin!
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April 22, 2019, 10:00:23 PM
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Yobit CLAM wallets are "in maintenance" but trading is $3 compared to polo $8
Are coins safe?
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April 23, 2019, 01:46:54 AM
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Yobit CLAM wallets are "in maintenance" but trading is $3 compared to polo $8
Are coins safe?

YoBit is a scam from as far as I can see.  I remember watching the volume on their games and thinking "no fucking way" too.

I think it is safe to assume coins there are not safe.

We have reached out to them and have gotten no response for a very long time.


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