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July 14, 2014, 06:19:30 PM
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seems I cant unlock my wallet. says password is incorrect... so when I entered it (twice) i must have got it wrong both times! wtf Sad

This wouldnt be because I updated to the latest wallet would it?

thankfully i was only testing it with 1XC!

Still, Its made me even more worried to transfer the rest from mintpal.

so, do I delete all files including wallet.dat etc and start again?


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July 14, 2014, 06:21:45 PM
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In lieu of the incident with Mintpal, and to +1 the discussions here about keeping coins in cold storage for safety, here's a link for those browsing this thread who are either new to crypto or are unsure how to secure their coins:

http://xc-official.com/wallet/

The last portion of this guide talks about how to back up your wallet and back up your private keys.



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July 14, 2014, 06:26:44 PM
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seems I cant unlock my wallet. says password is incorrect... so when I entered it (twice) i must have got it wrong both times! wtf Sad

This wouldnt be because I updated to the latest wallet would it?

thankfully i was only testing it with 1XC!

Still, Its made me even more worried to transfer the rest from mintpal.

so, do I delete all files including wallet.dat etc and start again?



Hey G-Bert

Did you back up your private keys?

How-to: http://www.xc-official.com/wallet/   (scroll down a bit)



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July 14, 2014, 06:27:45 PM
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seems I cant unlock my wallet. says password is incorrect... so when I entered it (twice) i must have got it wrong both times! wtf Sad

This wouldnt be because I updated to the latest wallet would it?

thankfully i was only testing it with 1XC!

Still, Its made me even more worried to transfer the rest from mintpal.

so, do I delete all files including wallet.dat etc and start again?



keep your old wallet.dat, backup ur wallets. your mostly inserting wrong code urself, ive never had a wrong password with any locked wallet whatsoever

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July 14, 2014, 06:29:15 PM
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You must remember to be unsure of anyone's statements; the means of communication is trustless, think about it.

The reason Veri was targeted probably had a LOT to do with the VeriBit protocol being abused.

The developers of VRC might have paid off mintpal to not disclose this, and mintpal would have obliged because it basically means neither party has to claim responsibility.

This is just putting two and two together; why wouldn't any other coin be taken? Why wouldn't the hackers just target Bitcoin?

If you choose to believe what you are told from the people that are solely responsible, be my guest; there are plenty of blue pills to go around.

As for me, I'll choose the red one.




Makes one wonder.

In either case, it's by far the safest to get your coins off the internet.

And then to backup your wallet and private keys properly.

Check out the How-to's on the website for instructions on keeping your XC safe.

(This how-to will be updated later today to reflect the latest wallet version; however backup instructions remain identical.)



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July 14, 2014, 06:35:14 PM
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seems I cant unlock my wallet. says password is incorrect... so when I entered it (twice) i must have got it wrong both times! wtf Sad

This wouldnt be because I updated to the latest wallet would it?

thankfully i was only testing it with 1XC!

Still, Its made me even more worried to transfer the rest from mintpal.

so, do I delete all files including wallet.dat etc and start again?



keep your old wallet.dat, backup ur wallets. your mostly inserting wrong code urself, ive never had a wrong password with any locked wallet whatsoever

As stated it would be a problem with the password itself.  If that wallet is locked and you can't unlock it because your password doesn't work, there's really nothing you can do to recover it.  Thankfully you only had 1XC in it, so it's not too much of a loss. 
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July 14, 2014, 06:39:18 PM
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seems I cant unlock my wallet. says password is incorrect... so when I entered it (twice) i must have got it wrong both times! wtf Sad

This wouldnt be because I updated to the latest wallet would it?

thankfully i was only testing it with 1XC!

Still, Its made me even more worried to transfer the rest from mintpal.

so, do I delete all files including wallet.dat etc and start again?



keep your old wallet.dat, backup ur wallets. your mostly inserting wrong code urself, ive never had a wrong password with any locked wallet whatsoever

yeah i must have just made a mistake. It was the weekend and I'd had a few beers. ive backed up my wallet anyway even though theres only 1 xc in it. but reading the guide...

"Important: Note that the wallet.dat file is encrypted, so if you lose your password then you will not be able to access it on any computer."

...so its gone anyway basically yeah?

Like I say, its only 1 xc so im not really fussed.

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July 14, 2014, 06:40:56 PM
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much respect to XC. I think it's devs are active and providing results.

That said, can we refrain for the juvenile finger pointing @ VRC.

Be glad XC wasn't targeted  and the lessons learned from this incident prevent future attacks like this one.

If you want to throw coins under the bus how about choosing shit coins based upon promises and not results.

I always include XC & VRC when discussing crypto's future as their dev teams are getting things done and respond promptly to issues.
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July 14, 2014, 06:43:11 PM
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Slightly off topic, but I normally use RoboForm for all my passwords so I can make ridiculously long ones without actually having to remember (or even know) them. I just have one master password for everything.

Would you say this is a good or bad idea in the crypto world?

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July 14, 2014, 06:45:19 PM
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Slightly off topic, but I normally use RoboForm for all my passwords so I can make ridiculously long ones without actually having to remember (or even know) them. I just have one master password for everything.

Would you say this is a good or bad idea in the crypto world?

A great idea, but you should write them down as well for physical back up.

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July 14, 2014, 06:46:52 PM
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Confirmed for VeriCoin developer posing as Ethereum Developer. No there is no PR timeline. Now would you kindly piss off?

Good nick to post ratio.

Vericoin dev? posing as Ethereum dev?

VeriSend being abused resulting in 2,000,000$ stolen?

Piss off? Me?

Lmao.

GTFO and learn the ropes before posting crap, just make you look like a retard. Or just post images, at least people will not know...

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On a different note, I feel really curious about what Dan would do if XC would get stolen 30% (not 40%) of the total coins, surely he knows how hard this decision would be to take.

Again, would be awesome if you guys give us some hits about the incoming PR.

Thanks.

Eth.
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July 14, 2014, 06:47:25 PM
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Slightly off topic, but I normally use RoboForm for all my passwords so I can make ridiculously long ones without actually having to remember (or even know) them. I just have one master password for everything.

Would you say this is a good or bad idea in the crypto world?

A great idea, but you should write them down as well for physical back up.

theres an option to print out all the passwords, but being over paranoid by reading about bitcoin paper wallets being stored in the printer etc, im worried to do that even. lol

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July 14, 2014, 06:55:14 PM
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World First.

100% Encrypted Messaging; 100% Encrypted Transactions.

With this 2.0 platform; phone calls, email, social networking; all candidates for XC's next world first.

Will you be aboard?

XC ; Architecture of Tomorrow.



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July 14, 2014, 07:09:12 PM
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Have you guys heard about the new surveillance laws UK are passing: http://rt.com/uk/171764-uk-law-privacy-threat/

This is why platforms like XC will do humanity a great service, by encrypting our communications and transactions.

We have all had enough of the encroaching Big Brother police state.

Do you guys think we win back our privacy through crypto?

























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July 14, 2014, 07:33:16 PM
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I just downloaded the mac wallet and am reading the _MUSTREAD_.txt file.

In it it says:

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Wallet has Been udpated to match branding... so has your %appdata% - backup wallet.dat

This means if you run the wallet, it will create a new directory called XCurrency under %appdata%.

Fist run wallet to create directory[then close] or


mkdir %appdata%\XCurrency


then to copy


copy %appdata%\X11Coin\*.* %appdata%\XCurrency\


For Seed Nodes

Copy the enclosed XCurrency.conf to your %appdata%\XCurrency\

So I copied everything from the X11Coin folder to the XCurrency folder and the blockchain and my wallet loaded up just fine.

My question is, do I still need to copy xcurrency.conf to the Xcurrency folder? Because I don't see it in the .zip file containing the mac wallet. I only see qt.conf.

Is that just a windows thing? Or what's the deal with the .conf file for seed nodes?

Anyone got an answer to this? Do I need a .conf file like it says in the readme for the mac wallet? I didn't see one in the .zip for the mac wallet but the readme says I need it.

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July 14, 2014, 07:34:33 PM
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Have you guys heard about the new surveillance laws UK are passing: http://rt.com/uk/171764-uk-law-privacy-threat/

This is why platforms like XC will do humanity a great service, by encrypting our communications and transactions.

We have all had enough of the encroaching Big Brother police state.

Do you guys think we win back our privacy through crypto?

I think it'll take a lot more than just crypto to win back our privacy and freedoms, but crypto will undoubtedly help.

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July 14, 2014, 07:38:25 PM
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Have you guys heard about the new surveillance laws UK are passing: http://rt.com/uk/171764-uk-law-privacy-threat/

This is why platforms like XC will do humanity a great service, by encrypting our communications and transactions.

We have all had enough of the encroaching Big Brother police state.

Do you guys think we win back our privacy through crypto?

I think it'll take a lot more than just crypto to win back our privacy and freedoms, but crypto will undoubtedly help.

To answer your question yes you will need a .conf file; you will have to make one.

Just a text document then change the extension.

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July 14, 2014, 07:42:35 PM
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seems I cant unlock my wallet. says password is incorrect... so when I entered it (twice) i must have got it wrong both times! wtf Sad

This wouldnt be because I updated to the latest wallet would it?

thankfully i was only testing it with 1XC!

Still, Its made me even more worried to transfer the rest from mintpal.

so, do I delete all files including wallet.dat etc and start again?



keep your old wallet.dat, backup ur wallets. your mostly inserting wrong code urself, ive never had a wrong password with any locked wallet whatsoever

yeah i must have just made a mistake. It was the weekend and I'd had a few beers. ive backed up my wallet anyway even though theres only 1 xc in it. but reading the guide...

"Important: Note that the wallet.dat file is encrypted, so if you lose your password then you will not be able to access it on any computer."

...so its gone anyway basically yeah?

Like I say, its only 1 xc so im not really fussed.


Great... We're going to have to update the coin count on coinmarketcap.com now: minus 1.  Smiley
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July 14, 2014, 07:44:53 PM
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seems I cant unlock my wallet. says password is incorrect... so when I entered it (twice) i must have got it wrong both times! wtf Sad

This wouldnt be because I updated to the latest wallet would it?

thankfully i was only testing it with 1XC!

Still, Its made me even more worried to transfer the rest from mintpal.

so, do I delete all files including wallet.dat etc and start again?



keep your old wallet.dat, backup ur wallets. your mostly inserting wrong code urself, ive never had a wrong password with any locked wallet whatsoever

yeah i must have just made a mistake. It was the weekend and I'd had a few beers. ive backed up my wallet anyway even though theres only 1 xc in it. but reading the guide...

"Important: Note that the wallet.dat file is encrypted, so if you lose your password then you will not be able to access it on any computer."

...so its gone anyway basically yeah?

Like I say, its only 1 xc so im not really fussed.


Great... We're going to have to update the coin count on coinmarketcap.com now: minus 1.  Smiley


maybe Dan can rewrite the coin's algorithm to account for the misssing coin.......

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Hey 1 XC = 1 Bugatti in 20 years... I feel for your loss!
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