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Author Topic: [RE-ANN] GrowthCoin PoW/PoS - 100% per year - Version 1.3.0.1  (Read 65214 times)
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December 13, 2017, 06:34:15 PM
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5000 should stake.  Not sure about Raspbery.

it is more than 5000 dollars (
why so much?
Give me your GRW Address, I'll send you a few thousand. Smiley I used to solo-mine this coin in 2014.
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December 13, 2017, 09:04:57 PM
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I also am gonna give you guys a little insight about the pow and pos and why I came up with these ideas

POW - To put it simply conformation times due to the nature of pos and people not needing to have their wallet online to stake conformation times suck like almost 2 hours to get 200 confs to be able to get grw to trade miners can help fix this the more transactions that can be processed the faster everyones conformation times will be

The growing reward capped at 30 yes it seems high but almost all other pow/pos coins have the reward half so far that people stop mining it because its not profitable which leads to decline in prices and usage example sprouts, vector, hyperstake ect. a growing halving should slowely gain traction with miners and make it worth while for them to put hashing power towards GRW


POS -  The current problem is that there are more coins generated than there are people to buy them also with such a high inflation the value of grw will continue to hang where it is or allow for massive selloffs and pump and dumps to happen as a community we should want adoption creating something that can be so easily manipulated by the large stake holders against the people trying to get into the coin will most definitely kill the adoption of GRW Crypto is built on trust and having a high stake rate is inherently untrustworthy



Please feel free to weigh in on the subjects or propose something that maybe i haven't thought of also I will maintain transparency with the community throughout the development if you would like to donate to the development you can send here appreciated not required

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I'm sending you some GRW.
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December 21, 2017, 07:59:39 PM
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We need to have more people step in here.  I have been running the wallet and usually just two active connections to the network.  I am not sure if that means that's the total number of people staking.  If there are other nodes, does that mean there could be others online staking Growthcoin?  The problem with my wallet is that there are thousands of tiny fractional payments, and I can't send to an exchange without using coin control to select each payment.   I did a sort by size and did select some of the higher ones, but now it's down to ones that are like 1.x size or below.  I checked the error type and did see some people talk about this error.  I can't post it now but just wanted people to know that my staking computers are filled up with other wallets and so this one needs more support.   

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December 22, 2017, 05:07:49 AM
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I gave away some GRW to someone I know. I would like to see a new wallet based on the BTC core, 0.15, or something.
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December 22, 2017, 07:10:50 AM
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We need to have more people step in here.  I have been running the wallet and usually just two active connections to the network.  I am not sure if that means that's the total number of people staking.  If there are other nodes, does that mean there could be others online staking Growthcoin?  The problem with my wallet is that there are thousands of tiny fractional payments, and I can't send to an exchange without using coin control to select each payment.   I did a sort by size and did select some of the higher ones, but now it's down to ones that are like 1.x size or below.  I checked the error type and did see some people talk about this error.  I can't post it now but just wanted people to know that my staking computers are filled up with other wallets and so this one needs more support.   

I take it opens one time a week, maybe I will increase the open time to 2 or 3.

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December 22, 2017, 11:55:58 AM
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If anyone needs the current blockchain, here is a .7z snapshot of it from yesterday (21th Dec), in 4 files.

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1T6tz2hIRR7U6ZKwd8Phh0uSi7Dlm61Hm
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1DwFrdgVKuTpioDsInhopuMnFvE68Wx5p
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1-yhNCy9O1Jc6x5ANg_EYRA_n-_-fNxnH
https://drive.google.com/open?id=14s3eyAA913-Au9DjIYGFotRokg2q6kB9

Just put the files in the blockchain directory and load the QT. Enjoy.  Grin
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December 23, 2017, 04:32:01 AM
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Wow, this wallet is the pits.  I am trying to get it up and running on another box.  It has been loading the bootstrap for 24 hours from the growthco.in site...  I only seem to have one connection as well...  Undecided
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Wow, this wallet is the pits.  I am trying to get it up and running on another box.  It has been loading the bootstrap for 24 hours from the growthco.in site...  I only seem to have one connection as well...  Undecided
Did you try my blockchain archive? I'll get some nodes up here. Updated!

Nodes, from "getpeerinfo".
addnode=128.199.191.230
addnode=188.226.240.91
addnode=130.204.209.95
addnode=173.246.10.52
addnode=176.8.69.31
addnode=51.254.45.117
addnode=108.170.1.134
addnode=73.254.118.233
addnode=81.226.166.77
addnode=172.4.177.229
addnode=75.118.19.39
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December 26, 2017, 03:22:48 PM
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Wow, this wallet is the pits.  I am trying to get it up and running on another box.  It has been loading the bootstrap for 24 hours from the growthco.in site...  I only seem to have one connection as well...  Undecided
Did you try my blockchain archive? I'll get some nodes up here.

Nodes, from "getpeerinfo".
"addr" : "51.254.45.117:60340",
"addr" : "128.199.191.230:49945",
"addr" : "108.170.1.134:48858",
"addr" : "188.226.240.91:51975",
"addr" : "172.4.177.229:36156",
"addr" : "73.254.118.233:50791",
"addr" : "176.8.69.31:65403",
"addr" : "101.64.179.249:14112",
"addr" : "173.246.10.52:46243",
"addr" : "75.118.19.39:58044",


That did it!  Thanks for posting the archive.

When staking, I noticed that instead of splitting the staked block it created a new one that was larger than the previous block.  Do you by chance know what the split block threshold is for this coin?

Thanks again.
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December 26, 2017, 09:52:40 PM
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That did it!  Thanks for posting the archive.

When staking, I noticed that instead of splitting the staked block it created a new one that was larger than the previous block.  Do you by chance know what the split block threshold is for this coin?

Thanks again.
NP, Merry Xmas Wink I have no idea, I usually keep mine in plenty stacks that wont cause too many small, nor too few big blocks.
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January 01, 2018, 07:56:04 PM
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Is anyone working on a v1.4? With new BTC 0.15 core and 64 bit perhaps? Would be nice to have.
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January 01, 2018, 07:59:15 PM
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on my to do list sorry if you would like me to upload somewhere else or if you want head to the growthcoin website and if you click the current block button it will allow you to download  the current bootstrap I understand if you wanna find the current wallet I honestlu don't remember where I got it from I swear it's clean but I understand if you don't download was just trying to help you out.
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January 01, 2018, 11:25:02 PM
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on my to do list sorry if you would like me to upload somewhere else or if you want head to the growthcoin website and if you click the current block button it will allow you to download  the current bootstrap I understand if you wanna find the current wallet I honestlu don't remember where I got it from I swear it's clean but I understand if you don't download was just trying to help you out.
The current bootstrap is old, I provided a snapshot of a recent one, and the newest wallet 1.3.0.1 is available on github: https://github.com/iamunick/growthcoin/releases

That's several years old.

I was talking about a brand new, updated with the latest bitcoin core code from 2017.
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January 04, 2018, 05:43:50 AM
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Is there a way to have the blocks not become super small?  I did not see a -SetBlockThreshold type command.  I see a -blockminsize in bytes but do not know if it does the same thing.  Anyone know?  For example if I have a block of 100 coins, and they stake, instead of the block going to for example 55 and 55, they will stay as one block of 110.  It would be nice to not have to select each block after staking to combine them into a larger block.

Thanks
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January 05, 2018, 10:24:18 PM
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If you move funds from say wallet 1 to wallet 2 they should reset the stake however you will have to wait for them to mature again also folks im still here i have been having some computer issues as of late here losing all my linux dev based os so i got parts in yesturday getting everythhing back up and running sorry it is taking longer than expected

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January 05, 2018, 10:31:21 PM
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have anypool?
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January 05, 2018, 11:03:34 PM
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no ive been working on updating the coin into the present time can be seen a page or two back which will include pow reward balancing and a pool ect. taking a little longer than anticipated but it going

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January 06, 2018, 12:48:58 PM
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TO THE MOON!!! I wait it and I wish a good luck everybody with this coins! I think the price will be better than it now.
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January 07, 2018, 01:45:43 AM
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TO THE MOON!!! I wait it and I wish a good luck everybody with this coins! I think the price will be better than it now.

well it is up from a few months ago it was at like 10 sats with only 6 buy orders left so its coming back around slowly but surely

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January 08, 2018, 05:45:14 AM
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If you move funds from say wallet 1 to wallet 2 they should reset the stake however you will have to wait for them to mature again also folks im still here i have been having some computer issues as of late here losing all my linux dev based os so i got parts in yesturday getting everythhing back up and running sorry it is taking longer than expected
Yeah, you and me both, I've had 2 disks slightly fail, my linux SATA and my main Windows machine, lappy.  Undecided I did however have sort of the linux in older iterations spread out over 2-3 older PATA disks, so I can get 90% back, but now I'm installing Debian anew. The 9-something.
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