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Author Topic: [ANN][CLAM] CLAMs, Proof-Of-Chain, Proof-Of-Working-Stake, a.k.a. "Clamcoin"  (Read 1140910 times)
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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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April 23, 2019, 01:53:34 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.

Good advice from Bay. The best thing to do is, to stay away from yobit.
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April 25, 2019, 05:46:01 PM
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I have downloaded the bootstrap and my clam wallet is now up to date.
But when I search the wallet address:
xJCN6a8jiBj1hEEdnmJf43UJUGzwn7Fd3W
on https://prohashing.com/explorer/Clam/
it says "No block hash, transaction hash, block number, or wallet address was found. "

I have also created a new address, same response.
Tried sending some test coin from Poloniex, still pending.

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April 25, 2019, 06:43:24 PM
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I have downloaded the bootstrap and my clam wallet is now up to date.
But when I search the wallet address:
xJCN6a8jiBj1hEEdnmJf43UJUGzwn7Fd3W
on https://prohashing.com/explorer/Clam/
it says "No block hash, transaction hash, block number, or wallet address was found. "

I have also created a new address, same response.
Tried sending some test coin from Poloniex, still pending.



Hi, that is normal for any cryptocurrency - when there is no transactions, the address is "something like invisible" for the explorers. Its because the amount of possible addresses is so huge, it would be impossible to add all of them. But some explorers can at least validate, that the address is valid.

The Poloniex withdrawal is just painfully slow - you have to wait.

I sent you some*, so you don't need to wait for your address appear in the blockchain explorer - use it wisely for exploring with the Clam - welcome and enjoy!

*Sorry for the typo in the Clamspeech :-)
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April 25, 2019, 07:55:55 PM
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Faust Roland
Thank you so much!
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April 26, 2019, 06:46:38 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.

Any roadmap or plans for the future? Huh
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April 28, 2019, 06:51:22 PM
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man its crazy how fkin slow this is, i downloaded the 3GB bootstrap,
imports 0,5mB per second which in theory takes 4,5 days or more ?

i get 12 connections but what is wrong with this client is it programmed in javascript?
i testet it on 2 different Pcs.

i suggest instead of a bootstrap upload a user directory(without wallet.dat)
so the import doesnt tak 5 days. The hole point of a download is that its faster, but the bootstrap itsn't much.

YOBIT IS SCAM , YOBIT IS SCAM , YOBIT IS SCAM meine Steuerdatei:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=612741.msg19244732#msg19244732
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April 29, 2019, 10:34:10 AM
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man its crazy how fkin slow this is, i downloaded the 3GB bootstrap,
imports 0,5mB per second which in theory takes 4,5 days or more ?

i get 12 connections but what is wrong with this client is it programmed in javascript?
i testet it on 2 different Pcs.

i suggest instead of a bootstrap upload a user directory(without wallet.dat)
so the import doesnt tak 5 days. The hole point of a download is that its faster, but the bootstrap itsn't much.


I am planning to rent VPS and do so, maybe I'll run my own Clam blockchain explorer. Please look at my previous comments, I was asking if its a good idea to do it, but it doesn't caught much attention.
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April 30, 2019, 08:54:43 PM
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I just found about 40 clams from a bitcoin wallet from 2014. That's a cool crypto currency. Cool

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May 01, 2019, 10:46:31 PM
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man i gave up afer ~19 days , trying to sync (2kb/s),
but even with the bootstrap its painfully slow at 3kb/s (import ~3000 0000 0000 kb ...)
and  thats not all,
i gave up because biggest thing which sucks very hard is that client stops after a random amount of time to work(import/load)

i have enough, i accepted 3/kb/s , but 50mb per day - screw this. :-(
maybe fix this client , others crypto coin chains load up to 1 GB per hour (with less connections)

YOBIT IS SCAM , YOBIT IS SCAM , YOBIT IS SCAM meine Steuerdatei:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=612741.msg19244732#msg19244732
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May 02, 2019, 05:04:42 AM
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man i gave up afer ~19 days , trying to sync (2kb/s),
but even with the bootstrap its painfully slow at 3kb/s (import ~3000 0000 0000 kb ...)
and  thats not all,
i gave up because biggest thing which sucks very hard is that client stops after a random amount of time to work(import/load)

i have enough, i accepted 3/kb/s , but 50mb per day - screw this. :-(
maybe fix this client , others crypto coin chains load up to 1 GB per hour (with less connections)

Hmm, the CLAM client is buggy when syncing from the network - it seems to ask different peers for the same sets of blocks, so there's heaps of duplicates - but with the bootstrap it should be much faster. Seems like there may be something else wrong in your case.

If you're syncing to claim CLAM (ie send it to an exchange) you should be able to send the funds before it's fully synced.
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May 02, 2019, 11:37:44 AM
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man i gave up afer ~19 days , trying to sync (2kb/s),
but even with the bootstrap its painfully slow at 3kb/s (import ~3000 0000 0000 kb ...)
and  thats not all,
i gave up because biggest thing which sucks very hard is that client stops after a random amount of time to work(import/load)

i have enough, i accepted 3/kb/s , but 50mb per day - screw this. :-(
maybe fix this client , others crypto coin chains load up to 1 GB per hour (with less connections)

Hi, I uploaded compressed content .clam (except my wallet and clam.conf) - the last block included is height=2535010 date=05/02/19 06:10:40
http://46.36.39.117:9080/  -  its my test VM, if it will work well, I'll do proper domain, interface and automatic daily update.

Its done from the linux (Ubuntu) client and I tested it with separate linux and it seems works. I'll try to test it with windows and raspberry client soon but if you want to betatest, feel free to download it.

Linux instructions: Just unzip everything into the .clam folder.
Windows instructions: To be determined
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May 02, 2019, 12:54:33 PM
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Hi, I uploaded compressed content .clam (except my wallet and clam.conf) - the last block included is height=2535010 date=05/02/19 06:10:40
http://46.36.39.117:9080/  -  its my test VM, if it will work well, I'll do proper domain, interface and automatic daily update.

Its done from the linux (Ubuntu) client and I tested it with separate linux and it seems works. I'll try to test it with windows and raspberry client soon but if you want to betatest, feel free to download it.

Linux instructions: Just unzip everything into the .clam folder.
Windows instructions: To be determined

Thanks, Faust! Thats a very nice work!

But the problem with this is that nobody can be sure that your copy of the blockchain was not tampered and/or is a fork of the original chain. So before everyone download it, please wait for some confirmations from the developers that this copy is genuine, or you might lose your coins.

Another problem with this is that nobody can be sure that there is no backdoor or any malicious code in the zip that could steal wallet.dat data.

And please dont take this as a insult, Faust: Its because in the crypto community you better be safe than sorry. So your work is very appreciated, but you need to make a reputation before releasing this type of files.

Did you downloaded the ZIP from Faust? You can check if the blockchain is correct by following these steps:

1 - Put the zipped files in the CLAM folder without your wallet.dat, and preferably in a virtual machine without any sensitive data.

2 - Open the clam daemon, and wait for it to finish sync. You can speed the synchronization process by using

Code:
maxorphanblocks=10000

on clam.conf file

3 - type

Code:
getbestblockhash

to get the latest block hash

4 - Access http://khashier.com and click on the latest block number (link in blue)

The hash presented in khashier sould be the same you got in your clam client. This does not guarantee that the files in the zip arent malicious, tough.


Suggestion to Faust: Creating a torrent might be a better idea to serve these files.


For everyone having problems syncing: Please use the new beta client, it syncs much faster. It can be found here:
https://github.com/nochowderforyou/clams/tree/2.1.0

criptocambio.com.br
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May 02, 2019, 01:17:15 PM
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Hi, I uploaded compressed content .clam (except my wallet and clam.conf) - the last block included is height=2535010 date=05/02/19 06:10:40
http://46.36.39.117:9080/  -  its my test VM, if it will work well, I'll do proper domain, interface and automatic daily update.

Its done from the linux (Ubuntu) client and I tested it with separate linux and it seems works. I'll try to test it with windows and raspberry client soon but if you want to betatest, feel free to download it.

Linux instructions: Just unzip everything into the .clam folder.
Windows instructions: To be determined

Thanks, Faust! Thats a very nice work!

But the problem with this is that nobody can be sure that your copy of the blockchain was not tampered and/or is a fork of the original chain. So before everyone download it, please wait for some confirmations from the developers that this copy is genuine, or you might lose your coins.

Another problem with this is that nobody can be sure that there is no backdoor or any malicious code in the zip that could steal wallet.dat data.

And please dont take this as a insult, Faust: Its because in the crypto community you better be safe than sorry. So your work is very appreciated, but you need to make a reputation before releasing this type of files.

Did you downloaded the ZIP from Faust? You can check if the blockchain is correct by following these steps:

1 - Put the zipped files in the CLAM folder without your wallet.dat, and preferably in a virtual machine without any sensitive data.

2 - Open the clam daemon, and wait for it to finish sync. You can speed the synchronization process by using

Code:
maxorphanblocks=10000

on clam.conf file

3 - type

Code:
getbestblockhash

to get the latest block hash

4 - Access http://khashier.com and click on the latest block number (link in blue)

The hash presented in khashier sould be the same you got in your clam client. This does not guarantee that the files in the zip arent malicious, tough.


Suggestion to Faust: Creating a torrent might be a better idea to serve these files.


For everyone having problems syncing: Please use the new beta client, it syncs much faster. It can be found here:
https://github.com/nochowderforyou/clams/tree/2.1.0

Thanks for the highlighting the issues - never trust anyone online (the same applies for the 2.1.0 new beta client*). When I was downloading zipped PIVX blockchain I did basically the same you mentioned (check last block against public blockchain explorer)

And its better that someone else point it out as the original publisher could post misleading information how to verify...

I just can't figure out how having forked chain could lead to loosing coin - as they will stay where they are on the original chain. And there are no executable binary in the .clam that could be tampered.

Gaining reputation is hard.

* The address of the git repository is the the same as the linked in the official site
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May 02, 2019, 01:50:40 PM
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Just happened to check coinmarketcap.com... Why is the CLAM-price at Yobit.net so much lower than on Poloniex?

https://yobit.net/en/trade/CLAM/BTC

vs

https://poloniex.com/exchange#btc_clam

I mean, someone could just buy them all and sell at Poloniex. Is there some problem with the block chain or any of the exchanges?

I think somebody mentioned it earlier that yobit is SCAM. I have no personal experience so I am following the wisdom of the crowd - I assume there are issues with the deposit/withdrawal so you cant arbitrage effectively.
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May 02, 2019, 02:43:38 PM
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Just happened to check coinmarketcap.com... Why is the CLAM-price at Yobit.net so much lower than on Poloniex?

https://yobit.net/en/trade/CLAM/BTC

vs

https://poloniex.com/exchange#btc_clam

I mean, someone could just buy them all and sell at Poloniex. Is there some problem with the block chain or any of the exchanges?

I think somebody mentioned it earlier that yobit is SCAM. I have no personal experience so I am following the wisdom of the crowd - I assume there are issues with the deposit/withdrawal so you cant arbitrage effectively.

I have never had any problems with withdrawal/deposit on Yobit. However, never tried out Poloniex.

Poloniex is reliable in the terms they don't run away with your money, you need to have some verification - but is currently having a bit troubles with depositing/withdrawing clams.
Deposit takes 5-10 hours to appear and withdrawals sometime end up in error state - requires contacting the support to get the coins back to the account. I got in the loop, when 3-4 following withdrawals were error.
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May 02, 2019, 07:01:02 PM
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man i gave up afer ~19 days , trying to sync (2kb/s),
but even with the bootstrap its painfully slow at 3kb/s (import ~3000 0000 0000 kb ...)
and  thats not all,
i gave up because biggest thing which sucks very hard is that client stops after a random amount of time to work(import/load)

i have enough, i accepted 3/kb/s , but 50mb per day - screw this. :-(
maybe fix this client , others crypto coin chains load up to 1 GB per hour (with less connections)

An easy way to sync fast clam is to connect to only one peer while syncing, and after that, let it connect to all the peers it wants. Find a synced peer like a block explorer public node, and connect to it.

Bienvenidos a la nueva tecnología
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May 03, 2019, 10:44:25 AM
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Just happened to check coinmarketcap.com... Why is the CLAM-price at Yobit.net so much lower than on Poloniex?

https://yobit.net/en/trade/CLAM/BTC

vs

https://poloniex.com/exchange#btc_clam

I mean, someone could just buy them all and sell at Poloniex. Is there some problem with the block chain or any of the exchanges?

Looks like someone started to buy some CLAMs at YoBit now, still 2.5 times lower. Maybe it would be worth testing? Not that keen on verification, it would still take long before it goes through.

 You Can Also buy Clam on Cryptopia
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May 03, 2019, 10:21:46 PM
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Like bitcoin can take 30 minutes or more sometimes for a transaction
How long do clam transactions take on average or maximum?
I have been waiting for Poloniex transaction to my clam wallet for 72 hrs.
Polo says, as soon as a miner picks up the transaction, I will see it.

This seems like an awfully long time.
Is this accurate?
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May 03, 2019, 11:48:14 PM
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Like bitcoin can take 30 minutes or more sometimes for a transaction
How long do clam transactions take on average or maximum?
I have been waiting for Poloniex transaction to my clam wallet for 72 hrs.
Polo says, as soon as a miner picks up the transaction, I will see it.

This seems like an awfully long time.
Is this accurate?

No, Poloniex is fucked up... but they eventually get it right.  We are having problems as well with a few transactions.  Open a support ticket and just wait it out.

Freebitcoins.com/swap is much faster and skips poloniex withdraws for small clam buyers.

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