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Author Topic: [ANN][CLAM] CLAMs, Proof-Of-Chain, Proof-Of-Working-Stake, a.k.a. "Clamcoin"  (Read 1140930 times)
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July 11, 2019, 01:46:05 PM
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Date confirmed for removal of margin at Poloniex:

Removing Margin Trading for BTS, CLAM, FCT, and MAID:
Beginning on August 22nd, we will start liquidating open margin positions in the BTS/BTC, CLAM/BTC, FCT/BTC and MAID/BTC market. Additionally, we will start to reduce the value of BTS, CLAM, FCT and MAID, when used as collateral in margin trading.

Please close your margin positions and remove all collateral in the 4 currencies stated above.

so steal 1800 BTC from users then fud the clam?...great research they are doing at circle/polo yet don't realize SATOSHI is behind this coin!!   Cool Grin Kiss  R.I.P. POLONIEX

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July 11, 2019, 09:39:18 PM
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smoked clams @ 24k :-D gogoggooo

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July 14, 2019, 10:19:32 PM
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Anybody made client working on ubuntu 19?

Anyone? I have issue installing DB 4.8 on Ubuntu 19.
Your question  was overly casual and didn't really contain enough information to motivate me to find out why you were asking (I've learned to be thrifty with my time). If you had made some/any effort to describe your problem, that might have helped.

You will need to download 4.8, compile it separately and adjust the build process to use the 4.8 headers and libs.

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Thanks Graham,

I did get db 4.8 but when I compile it it shows error. Will work on getting that here. But will try what dooglus said.

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July 14, 2019, 11:30:41 PM
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What’s with clams? How does it work? I just know you get clamcoins if you hold BTC or dogecoin, but how does it work? Did you have an ICO, are you listed? It this some kind of utility tokens or just another cryptocurrency?

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July 15, 2019, 01:12:24 AM
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What’s with clams? How does it work? I just know you get clamcoins if you hold BTC or dogecoin, but how does it work? Did you have an ICO, are you listed? It this some kind of utility tokens or just another cryptocurrency?

"I just know you get clamcoins if you hold BTC or dogecoin"

That's pretty much how it works.

For every address on the BTC, LTC and DOGE blockchain that had funds on the date of the snapshot (early May 2014), around 4.6 CLAM was granted to the same address, but on the CLAM blockchain. Once you import your BTC/LTC/DOGE wallets, any CLAM you have shows up in the client.

No ICO. Did those even exist in 2014?

CLAM seems to be used predominantly for gambling on just-dice.com, and until recently, for speculation (via margin trading) on Poloniex.
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July 15, 2019, 07:19:00 PM
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No ICO. Did those even exist in 2014?

I think they were either called premined coins or IPO's still then.

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July 16, 2019, 12:17:32 AM
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No ICO. Did those even exist in 2014?

I think they were either called premined coins or IPO's still then.

I think CLAM was the first coin to be entirely given away to the private keys of previously existing coins, so it really was a new thing at the time.

I don't think the terms ICO or IPO really apply to CLAM, since all the coins were given away for free. There was no "offering".

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July 16, 2019, 03:16:36 AM
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No ICO. Did those even exist in 2014?

I think they were either called premined coins or IPO's still then.

I think CLAM was the first coin to be entirely given away to the private keys of previously existing coins, so it really was a new thing at the time.

I don't think the terms ICO or IPO really apply to CLAM, since all the coins were given away for free. There was no "offering".

I didn't mean that it applied to CLAM.  I just meant "that crowd" was using those terms for their stuff.

CLAM was different for sure.  You're right.

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July 19, 2019, 10:21:15 AM
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sync blockchain so hard is coming
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July 19, 2019, 10:54:32 AM
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Hi!

What is the maximum time you waited for a CLAM withdrawal from Poloniex, from issuing to completion?
I lately got a withdrawal showing "COMPLETE", with even a txid, but coins didn't arrive yet and the txid is not to be found on the explorer.
It is already a couple of weeks this happened and Polo team said they will look into the issue, but nothing changed since then.

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July 19, 2019, 02:29:29 PM
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What is the maximum time you waited for a CLAM withdrawal from Poloniex, from issuing to completion?
I lately got a withdrawal showing "COMPLETE", with even a txid, but coins didn't arrive yet and the txid is not to be found on the explorer.
It is already a couple of weeks this happened and Polo team said they will look into the issue, but nothing changed since then.

Similar experience here. Just a couple of form replies and then it was fixed, without any explanation, or addressing my specific "this keeps happening" concerns.
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July 20, 2019, 07:52:42 AM
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What is the maximum time you waited for a CLAM withdrawal from Poloniex, from issuing to completion?
I lately got a withdrawal showing "COMPLETE", with even a txid, but coins didn't arrive yet and the txid is not to be found on the explorer.
It is already a couple of weeks this happened and Polo team said they will look into the issue, but nothing changed since then.

Similar experience here. Just a couple of form replies and then it was fixed, without any explanation, or addressing my specific "this keeps happening" concerns.

How long did it take from start to end?
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July 20, 2019, 09:06:34 AM
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Similar experience here. Just a couple of form replies and then it was fixed, without any explanation, or addressing my specific "this keeps happening" concerns.

How long did it take from start to end?

Withdraw attempt was on 17th June, I opened a ticket on 18th June, was advised on 30th June that transaction had gone through.

In a subsequent ticket I mentioned: "As per my original ticket, I believe this is an ongoing problem. So I don't just want my transaction kick started in a week or two...how can we solve these issues once and for all?"

The reply said: "Thanks for your patience. We have refunded your transaction. Feel free to initiate the withdrawal again at your convenience."

I don't know if they've specifically been instructed to ignore/deflect queries about the ongoing CLAM problems or it's just the way support works. Twice they ignored my question about a proper fix.
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July 20, 2019, 05:13:37 PM
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Now they refunded the failed withdrawal, I proceeded with another one, and also this one shows as "COMPLETE" with txid, but the txid is not present on the explorer.
I have had several mishaps with CLAMs on Poloniex in the past, but this time is starting to get ridiculous... And yes, replies from the customer care team are void of useful information.
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July 20, 2019, 05:39:56 PM
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Now they refunded the failed withdrawal, I proceeded with another one, and also this one shows as "COMPLETE" with txid, but the txid is not present on the explorer.
I have had several mishaps with CLAMs on Poloniex in the past, but this time is starting to get ridiculous... And yes, replies from the customer care team are void of useful information.

I've also experienced it like you, and I don't understand what really happened, I sent a ticket to their team but there was no reply at all maybe someone can help me here
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July 20, 2019, 08:34:45 PM
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Now they refunded the failed withdrawal, I proceeded with another one, and also this one shows as "COMPLETE" with txid, but the txid is not present on the explorer.
I have had several mishaps with CLAMs on Poloniex in the past, but this time is starting to get ridiculous... And yes, replies from the customer care team are void of useful information.

I've also experienced it like you, and I don't understand what really happened, I sent a ticket to their team but there was no reply at all maybe someone can help me here

lol and they are meeting for lunch with warren buffet yet cannot get a wallet to work? bwaahahaa :\ pfft

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July 21, 2019, 06:10:36 PM
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Now they refunded the failed withdrawal, I proceeded with another one, and also this one shows as "COMPLETE" with txid, but the txid is not present on the explorer.
I have had several mishaps with CLAMs on Poloniex in the past, but this time is starting to get ridiculous... And yes, replies from the customer care team are void of useful information.

I've also experienced it like you, and I don't understand what really happened, I sent a ticket to their team but there was no reply at all maybe someone can help me here

This is going to happen almost every time... it's a full time job dealing with Poloniex.

Use Swap and you'll never have to wait for your coins.  Buy and sell CLAMS for BTC, ETH, DOGE, XMR, DGB in minutes with no account or sign up.

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July 23, 2019, 12:24:11 AM
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Use Swap and you'll never have to wait for your coins.

Where does Swap get its coins? Last I heard you were buying them on Poloniex and having to wait a long time for every withdrawal. Did you find a workaround?

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July 23, 2019, 12:27:44 AM
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Use Swap and you'll never have to wait for your coins.

Where does Swap get its coins? Last I heard you were buying them on Poloniex and having to wait a long time for every withdrawal. Did you find a workaround?

right soon freiexchange will be the last stronghold of privacy protection?...true bleeding edge innovation! lmao  Cool 

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July 24, 2019, 10:01:07 AM
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where you can download fresh bootstrap  Huh
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