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June 19, 2014, 09:31:48 PM
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I'm loving those clickable icons Cheesy
They are really useful and give plenty of cool information!



According to my wallet I should have 50% chance to stake in 17 minutes Smiley a 6 days old block, sweet!

We need to work on an RPC command that will list all of the blocks held by a wallet.  That would be super useful. Almost like the coincontroldialog without the coincontrol.

I'm not sure I see why this would be useful!?

You would want the rpc command to give out what exactly? block hash/number ?

I'm not sure a wallet "holds" a block. since in a block you could have n number of transactions. Maybe clarify what you meant.

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June 20, 2014, 01:07:41 AM
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done, I was currently working on that file to add Fast stake Smiley

My stake came through on my daemon after rebuilding this morning Smiley

Excellent Cheesy, but I wonder if it's because of that commit or just because they were mature enough... it's been about 9 days right?

Yep 9 days. I tend to think it is correlated because it came through just an hour or two after I rebuilt, but it could also be coincidence.

it might be, but we'll see on next round of staking... It mostly always took around 9 days to successfully stake a block. It's a good thing if that fixed it!

EDIT: we might know sooner, I just checked and I have 3 blocks from the 13th, only 6 days old! I will rebuild my client and see what happens

Something might be off in the calculations

My client says I'm about to get stake but my weight is far above the network weight.



I'm trying to figure this out

EDIT: Nothing is off, it's just how network stakes is calculated vs how own stake is calculated, but stakes seems to get in at around 9 days of age still

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June 20, 2014, 04:29:41 PM
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I'm loving those clickable icons Cheesy
They are really useful and give plenty of cool information!



According to my wallet I should have 50% chance to stake in 17 minutes Smiley a 6 days old block, sweet!

We need to work on an RPC command that will list all of the blocks held by a wallet.  That would be super useful. Almost like the coincontroldialog without the coincontrol.

I'm not sure I see why this would be useful!?

You would want the rpc command to give out what exactly? block hash/number ?

I'm not sure a wallet "holds" a block. since in a block you could have n number of transactions. Maybe clarify what you meant.

What I mean is an rpc command like "getblocks" that will return each block, the number of confs, and the stake weight

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June 20, 2014, 05:00:41 PM
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I'm loving those clickable icons Cheesy
They are really useful and give plenty of cool information!



According to my wallet I should have 50% chance to stake in 17 minutes Smiley a 6 days old block, sweet!

We need to work on an RPC command that will list all of the blocks held by a wallet.  That would be super useful. Almost like the coincontroldialog without the coincontrol.

I'm not sure I see why this would be useful!?

You would want the rpc command to give out what exactly? block hash/number ?

I'm not sure a wallet "holds" a block. since in a block you could have n number of transactions. Maybe clarify what you meant.

What I mean is an rpc command like "getblocks" that will return each block, the number of confs, and the stake weight

oh you were talking about blocks of GRW. I was thinking about blocks from the blockchain. Is that correct?

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June 21, 2014, 06:06:12 PM
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I download the 1.3 wallet deleted the needed files but my wallet will not sync, it has 27 connections to the network and has been trying to sync for about 9+ hrs.

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June 21, 2014, 06:19:55 PM
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Try to turning off POS minting when you open the wallet, so it will beable to sync.

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June 21, 2014, 06:32:28 PM
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Try to turning off POS minting when you open the wallet, so it will beable to sync.


Thanks, I removed my wallet.dat file to my backup folder, deleted all files in the appdata folder, restarted the wallet and it is syncing now.

Oh! How do I disable POS minting before launching the wallet?


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June 21, 2014, 06:35:30 PM
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Oh! How do I disable POS minting before launching the wallet?

Add

reservebalance=987654321

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June 21, 2014, 06:38:16 PM
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Oh! How do I disable POS minting before launching the wallet?

Add

reservebalance=987654321

in configuration file

or add -reserverbalance=999999999 to your shortcut to the qt (in windows).  also if you wallet is locked, it wont stake until you unlock it, so you wait until synced before unlocking Smiley

also, in the next release of the qt, staking should be disabled until sync is complete.

this is already on the github, for those who want to try it out now.

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June 21, 2014, 07:35:47 PM
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Here's a strange thing, if I un-click/un-select all in coin control window, Quantity 31 and ~ 8792 GRW get added on top of my balance. So when I select everything in Coin Control I have 8792 GRW more to send. But the Bytes ~ goes to red. What you see on the picture below, is the extra GRW, that has appeared in my coin control window, without any reason.


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June 21, 2014, 07:53:31 PM
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Here's a strange thing, if I un-click/un-select all in coin control window, Quantity 31 and ~ 8792 GRW get added on top of my balance. So when I select everything in Coin Control I have 8792 GRW more to send. But the Bytes ~ goes to red. What you see on the picture below, is the extra GRW, that has appeared in my coin control window, without any reason.



if some coin were selected (checked) before staking, it's going to throw off the balance (only a restart would clear that mismatch balance).

the bytes in red means that the bytes are over limit (transaction could be accepted or might not.)

If you are trying to combine multiple blocks into one, and it doesn't work.  try doing multiple transaction to achieve that.

if you seem to have unaccounted coins, I suspect that those coins were marked selected before they staked and the selection remained in the memory after they staked. so restarting the client should clear the memory for that selection.

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June 22, 2014, 01:53:51 PM
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is there any plan for this coin? Grin

unick,you are the monitor of the development of grw.

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June 23, 2014, 04:45:25 PM
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is there any plan for this coin? Grin

unick,you are the monitor of the development of grw.

As far as I'm concerned,

  • Make a Better wallet
  • Have a stable network and hash rate
  • Have a higher/more stable trading price and volume
  • Get listed on coinmarketcap.com, coinwarz and others like it
  • Have more exchanges where to trade the coin

Of course this is not MY coin but OUR coin, I am happy to contribute in any ways I can, and I will.  I would love to see more people joining forces and contributing in their own ways.

Having businesses using this coin could be good for the coin.

I have sent 15k for bounties to the development address... what about a 1k GRW bounty for every merchant we can get.  What do you guys think about that?

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June 23, 2014, 05:49:43 PM
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Actually in PC I have 0 or 1 connection.

in the log I have (relative to my pool node):

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received block 3a63fb53ec6d9cf5b0d2
Misbehaving: 188.226.155.94:17177 (0 -> 100) DISCONNECTING
disconnecting node 188.226.155.94:17177
ERROR: ProcessBlock() : block with too little proof-of-stake

if I look at other nodes, I have something like this (xxxxx=masked of sensible data, MYIP=my ip address):

Code:
trying connection 66.227.210.205:17177 lastseen=3.3hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 112.5.237.72:17177 lastseen=33.3hrs
IRC :irc.shakeababy.net 439 * :Please wait while we process your connection.
IRC :irc.shakeababy.net NOTICE AUTH :*** Looking up your hostname...
IRC :irc.shakeababy.net NOTICE AUTH :*** Checking Ident
IRC :irc.shakeababy.net NOTICE AUTH :*** No Ident response
IRC :irc.shakeababy.net NOTICE AUTH :*** Your forward and reverse DNS do not match, ignoring hostname.
IRC SENDING: NICK xxxxxxxxxxxxxx

IRC SENDING: USER xxxxxxxxxxx 8 * : xxxxxxxxx

IRC :irc.shakeababy.net NOTICE xxxxxxxxxx :*** Banned Temporary K-line 4320 min. - [G][netsec] [xxxxxxx!~xxxxxx@MYIP: xxxxxxxxxxxx] has been matched to a known bot pattern r#393 (Bitcoin Clients - http://s.rizon.net/peercoin) - Visit http://abuse.rizon.net/akills/lookup?ip=MYIP&drone for more information. (Akill ID: xxxxxxxxx) (2014/6/22 19.10)
connection timeout
trying connection 109.235.190.7:17177 lastseen=4.7hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 201.209.45.121:17177 lastseen=117.1hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 85.169.43.123:17177 lastseen=5.5hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 75.152.12.122:17177 lastseen=4.9hrs
IRC ERROR :Closing Link: MYIP (Rejected)
socket closed

This is strange for me: why the wallet make a IRC connection?

I suspect that even if I activate minting when all is cynched, it took 100% of processor for making POS calculation that it lost cycncronization after some hours and so local copy goes in fork again.

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June 23, 2014, 07:18:54 PM
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Actually in PC I have 0 or 1 connection.

in the log I have (relative to my pool node):

Code:
received block 3a63fb53ec6d9cf5b0d2
Misbehaving: 188.226.155.94:17177 (0 -> 100) DISCONNECTING
disconnecting node 188.226.155.94:17177
ERROR: ProcessBlock() : block with too little proof-of-stake

if I look at other nodes, I have something like this (xxxxx=masked of sensible data, MYIP=my ip address):

Code:
trying connection 66.227.210.205:17177 lastseen=3.3hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 112.5.237.72:17177 lastseen=33.3hrs
IRC :irc.shakeababy.net 439 * :Please wait while we process your connection.
IRC :irc.shakeababy.net NOTICE AUTH :*** Looking up your hostname...
IRC :irc.shakeababy.net NOTICE AUTH :*** Checking Ident
IRC :irc.shakeababy.net NOTICE AUTH :*** No Ident response
IRC :irc.shakeababy.net NOTICE AUTH :*** Your forward and reverse DNS do not match, ignoring hostname.
IRC SENDING: NICK xxxxxxxxxxxxxx

IRC SENDING: USER xxxxxxxxxxx 8 * : xxxxxxxxx

IRC :irc.shakeababy.net NOTICE xxxxxxxxxx :*** Banned Temporary K-line 4320 min. - [G][netsec] [xxxxxxx!~xxxxxx@MYIP: xxxxxxxxxxxx] has been matched to a known bot pattern r#393 (Bitcoin Clients - http://s.rizon.net/peercoin) - Visit http://abuse.rizon.net/akills/lookup?ip=MYIP&drone for more information. (Akill ID: xxxxxxxxx) (2014/6/22 19.10)
connection timeout
trying connection 109.235.190.7:17177 lastseen=4.7hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 201.209.45.121:17177 lastseen=117.1hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 85.169.43.123:17177 lastseen=5.5hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 75.152.12.122:17177 lastseen=4.9hrs
IRC ERROR :Closing Link: MYIP (Rejected)
socket closed

This is strange for me: why the wallet make a IRC connection?

I suspect that even if I activate minting when all is cynched, it took 100% of processor for making POS calculation that it lost cycncronization after some hours and so local copy goes in fork again.

Try pulling the latest version from github, I have disabled IRC by default.  you can try to delete your peers.dat file too.

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June 24, 2014, 03:27:33 AM
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This is strange for me: why the wallet make a IRC connection?

I suspect that even if I activate minting when all is cynched, it took 100% of processor for making POS calculation that it lost cycncronization after some hours and so local copy goes in fork again.

Try pulling the latest version from github, I have disabled IRC by default.  you can try to delete your peers.dat file too.

So noirc=1 by default? Hmm, ok, good to know.

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June 24, 2014, 03:50:09 AM
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is there any plan for this coin? Grin

unick,you are the monitor of the development of grw.

As far as I'm concerned,

  • Make a Better wallet
  • Have a stable network and hash rate
  • Have a higher/more stable trading price and volume
  • Get listed on coinmarketcap.com, coinwarz and others like it
  • Have more exchanges where to trade the coin

Of course this is not MY coin but OUR coin, I am happy to contribute in any ways I can, and I will.  I would love to see more people joining forces and contributing in their own ways.

Having businesses using this coin could be good for the coin.

I have sent 15k for bounties to the development address... what about a 1k GRW bounty for every merchant we can get.  What do you guys think about that?


great,hope that grw will be better.

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June 24, 2014, 04:20:27 AM
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done, I was currently working on that file to add Fast stake Smiley

My stake came through on my daemon after rebuilding this morning Smiley

Excellent Cheesy, but I wonder if it's because of that commit or just because they were mature enough... it's been about 9 days right?

Yep 9 days. I tend to think it is correlated because it came through just an hour or two after I rebuilt, but it could also be coincidence.

it might be, but we'll see on next round of staking... It mostly always took around 9 days to successfully stake a block. It's a good thing if that fixed it!

EDIT: we might know sooner, I just checked and I have 3 blocks from the 13th, only 6 days old! I will rebuild my client and see what happens

We need to work on an RPC command that will list all of the blocks held by a wallet.  That would be super useful. Almost like the coincontroldialog without the coincontrol.
oh,no ,
I am afraid I missed this train. pity.

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June 24, 2014, 04:23:24 AM
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Tell me more plans to develop your coin if you really want it grow
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Stupid question that I should know the answer to, but I don't have a whole lot of experience with the daemon... on getinfo is "stake" telling me how many coins have weight?

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