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July 04, 2020, 04:36:36 PM
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Finally, I was able to connect using a remote node and deposit and withdraw successfully.
Thank you all for your help.

It is still concerning that your local node couldn't start synchronizing. Also, relying on a remote node run by someone you don't know is not recommended. To check whether this problem is Aeon-specific or not, please try running Monero's daemon (https://github.com/monero-project/monero/releases) and see if it starts synchronizing.

Monero has no problems. The problem is only with the coinsmiths who cogged the source, codebase, pretty much everything there was to cog, and called it aeon. I will be looking in to the code to find the faulting part. First, I will dissect, maybe vivisect it like a living organism. After that tests will be run as a means to check whether the thing u dread is in there.
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July 07, 2020, 02:13:06 AM
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Finally, I was able to connect using a remote node and deposit and withdraw successfully.
Thank you all for your help.

It is still concerning that your local node couldn't start synchronizing. Also, relying on a remote node run by someone you don't know is not recommended. To check whether this problem is Aeon-specific or not, please try running Monero's daemon (https://github.com/monero-project/monero/releases) and see if it starts synchronizing.

Monero has no problems. The problem is only with the coinsmiths who cogged the source, codebase, pretty much everything there was to cog, and called it aeon. I will be looking in to the code to find the faulting part. First, I will dissect, maybe vivisect it like a living organism. After that tests will be run as a means to check whether the thing u dread is in there.

You will turn into a 100 year old man before finding the faulting part in the code hehehe. Also, in case you were not aware of this, Aeon's developers consists of smooth, Monero lead developer and stoffu, member of Monero's research laboratory.

Play somewhere else little man.
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July 07, 2020, 06:28:41 AM
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Very good project. I am doing this .  Smiley
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July 08, 2020, 01:47:47 AM
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From the reddit post:

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Over the past few months, there have been many inquiries regarding users not receiving coins from exchanges and or their exchange accounts not showing coins transferred to their account. During this time a majority of these concerns have been related to wallets using the www.aeon-wallet.net remote node selections.
As of the October 2019 fork to v0.13.0. (block height 1146200) this service provided at aeon-wallet.net has not updated any of their nodes and they are still operating on the old v0.12.9 chain. Any attempts to use these nodes, or other nodes that are on block height < 1146200 or 1146215 will result in your most current transactions not showing up in your wallet. Most users have been able to connect to a currently updated node and simply "rescan" their wallet and their coins have shown up. Others have had to restore their wallets from seed to have their coins show up.
Until further notice, do not use www.aeon-wallet.net for remote nodes.
It is always recommended to use your own local node however, if you must use a remote node then you have a few options. Some of the pool operators have open nodes for community use. You can also run a script that searches for open nodes however to run this you need an updated local node anyway and it only captures open nodes at that moment in time. There is an older list of open nodes from a scrape of this located on our Discord channel #resources at the top. Please reach out to community members through our discord channel, IRC, or Matrix chat if you have any questions.
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July 08, 2020, 04:18:24 AM
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@bigslimvdum. Where can we get the latest list of remote public nodes? This thread announcement should be updated. We do not want useless problems similar to anshulinpc.

Also, bad news. AEON.to stopped serving orders 11 days ago.

We’re sorry to announce that we will have to stop serving orders today. We believe that Aeon may have a promising future, however a service like AEON.to is not financially viable yet.

Source https://www.reddit.com/r/Aeon/comments/hg29gq/message_from_aeonto_team/
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July 09, 2020, 03:41:27 AM
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Post says contact In discord, irc, or matrix chat for nodes. It takes about 5 minutes to check for anyone running a full node and or block explorer.

Cam has a script running that checks opec every 5-10min for nodes and posts them. A modified script from aeon-wallet.net. Basically the same one I forked last December https://github.com/AEONCommunity/AeonNodeScraper
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July 12, 2020, 07:56:15 PM
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Latest State of Aeon out
https://medium.com/@AEON_Community/the-state-of-aeon-7-12-2020-be5cafa7e7a7
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July 16, 2020, 03:19:09 PM
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hello I was send my coins from HitBTC to bittrex a couple hours ago but nothing happen   

Transaction hash:   f41cea057dd81aded27ce61e322e9b4caa8377fe9abe11ca4bdcff522eff7181

on the block explorer I do not see nothing

hitbtc saying that all was withdrow
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July 16, 2020, 03:56:29 PM
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hello I was send my coins from HitBTC to bittrex a couple hours ago but nothing happen   

Transaction hash:   f41cea057dd81aded27ce61e322e9b4caa8377fe9abe11ca4bdcff522eff7181

on the block explorer I do not see nothing

hitbtc saying that all was withdrow

HitBTC is a scam and if you don't see the tx on block explorer obviously they're lying.
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July 19, 2020, 03:48:13 PM
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Finally, I was able to connect using a remote node and deposit and withdraw successfully.
Thank you all for your help.

It is still concerning that your local node couldn't start synchronizing. Also, relying on a remote node run by someone you don't know is not recommended. To check whether this problem is Aeon-specific or not, please try running Monero's daemon (https://github.com/monero-project/monero/releases) and see if it starts synchronizing.

Monero has no problems. The problem is only with the coinsmiths who cogged the source, codebase, pretty much everything there was to cog, and called it aeon. I will be looking in to the code to find the faulting part. First, I will dissect, maybe vivisect it like a living organism. After that tests will be run as a means to check whether the thing u dread is in there.

You will turn into a 100 year old man before finding the faulting part in the code hehehe. Also, in case you were not aware of this, Aeon's developers consists of smooth, Monero lead developer and stoffu, member of Monero's research laboratory.

Play somewhere else little man.

smooth yes, others - first time hearing. And dont give a smidgen of a fuck about it. Stoffu's acronym stands for "shut the flickering fuck up" or something? lol stoffu is merely is a paid dev living to subsist on bread crumbs more knowledgeable people dump in his plate. Why do u think did these guys hook up with another project, why do they spend their time to do this stuff? Whats your function other than bark in the forum thread?
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July 19, 2020, 06:25:38 PM
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Finally, I was able to connect using a remote node and deposit and withdraw successfully.
Thank you all for your help.

It is still concerning that your local node couldn't start synchronizing. Also, relying on a remote node run by someone you don't know is not recommended. To check whether this problem is Aeon-specific or not, please try running Monero's daemon (https://github.com/monero-project/monero/releases) and see if it starts synchronizing.

Monero has no problems. The problem is only with the coinsmiths who cogged the source, codebase, pretty much everything there was to cog, and called it aeon. I will be looking in to the code to find the faulting part. First, I will dissect, maybe vivisect it like a living organism. After that tests will be run as a means to check whether the thing u dread is in there.

You will turn into a 100 year old man before finding the faulting part in the code hehehe. Also, in case you were not aware of this, Aeon's developers consists of smooth, Monero lead developer and stoffu, member of Monero's research laboratory.

Play somewhere else little man.

smooth yes, others - first time hearing. And dont give a smidgen of a fuck about it. Stoffu's acronym stands for "shut the flickering fuck up" or something? lol stoffu is merely is a paid dev living to subsist on bread crumbs more knowledgeable people dump in his plate. Why do u think did these guys hook up with another project, why do they spend their time to do this stuff? Whats your function other than bark in the forum thread?

stoffu isn't getting paid by this project (nor by me).

As far as I know, he works on it out of personal interest.
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July 20, 2020, 03:44:00 AM
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Synthgauge, some people just enjoy coding for a hobby just like some people enjoy harassing others for a hobby. People can do as they please in their spare time, some people just want to be compensated for their use of spare time.
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July 20, 2020, 03:47:26 AM
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hello I was send my coins from HitBTC to bittrex a couple hours ago but nothing happen   

Transaction hash:   f41cea057dd81aded27ce61e322e9b4caa8377fe9abe11ca4bdcff522eff7181

on the block explorer I do not see nothing

hitbtc saying that all was withdrow

It’s highly unlikely that an exchange would allow cross exchange transfers. Considering bittrex typically uses a standard deposit address and also a payment ID specific to user, it’s a good chance that the funds were either sent to the main address only with nonpayment id or hitbtc just didn’t send it.
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July 21, 2020, 07:42:27 AM
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hello I was send my coins from HitBTC to bittrex a couple hours ago but nothing happen   

Transaction hash:   f41cea057dd81aded27ce61e322e9b4caa8377fe9abe11ca4bdcff522eff7181

on the block explorer I do not see nothing

hitbtc saying that all was withdrow

It’s highly unlikely that an exchange would allow cross exchange transfers. Considering bittrex typically uses a standard deposit address and also a payment ID specific to user, it’s a good chance that the funds were either sent to the main address only with nonpayment id or hitbtc just didn’t send it.

I don't see why an exchange wouldn't allow transfer to another exchange. I see the said tx in the explorer http://162.210.173.150/search?value=f41cea057dd81aded27ce61e322e9b4caa8377fe9abe11ca4bdcff522eff7181 with long payment ID a24dd10766304e46b32aa18177c25d5df911a33900f748b385cbb09b53fe8af8. If this payment ID is indeed what Bittrex assigned to you and Bittrex still doesn't recognize your deposit, then it could be either HitBTC or Bittrex is lying.
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July 25, 2020, 02:46:59 PM
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I know for at least TradeOgre that that do not allow withdrawals to payment ID. I haven’t used bittrex in a while but I think they were the same last time I used them. I’ve never used HItBTC so I can’t say whether they do or don’t allow payment id withdrawals but if OP has a payment id then I assume they do
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July 26, 2020, 01:13:58 AM
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I know for at least TradeOgre that that do not allow withdrawals to payment ID. I haven’t used bittrex in a while but I think they were the same last time I used them. I’ve never used HItBTC so I can’t say whether they do or don’t allow payment id withdrawals but if OP has a payment id then I assume they do

TradeOgre does allow withdrawal with a payment ID as I checked just now.
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July 29, 2020, 12:26:39 AM
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I know for at least TradeOgre that that do not allow withdrawals to payment ID. I haven’t used bittrex in a while but I think they were the same last time I used them. I’ve never used HItBTC so I can’t say whether they do or don’t allow payment id withdrawals but if OP has a payment id then I assume they do

TradeOgre does allow withdrawal with a payment ID as I checked just now.

Good to hear. When I went to withdraw a month ago it only had basic wallet address box to fill like btc/ltc
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July 29, 2020, 11:18:23 PM
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aeon re-pump today:

https://global.bittrex.com/Market/Index?MarketName=BTC-AEON
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July 30, 2020, 02:52:07 AM
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Bots buying up alts since many were down 20-25% on the BTC jump.
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July 31, 2020, 03:42:25 AM
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It appears the whale that controls the bot has been supporting 3000 sats and has been buying everything he can up to 10k sats.

Aeon market is very illiquid, I speculate the whale cannot accumulate on big volume without pumping it.
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