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August 12, 2018, 07:57:11 AM
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Fujicoin's official Discord has started

Please use for easy conversation. Smiley
Invite link: https://discord.gg/rXeBn99

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August 13, 2018, 06:04:35 PM
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Block DX has listed Fujicoin

BlockDX is an ideal DEX with BIP65 atomic swaps technology.
Fujicoin secured compatibility with Blocknet Protocol by deploying SegWit (and related BIP).
Block DX is under development. It is difficult for amateurs to participate in trading at this time. Everyone will be able to participate easily in the near future, and large liquidity will be secured.
Fujicoin supports Block DX. Please believe in the future of Block DX.  Smiley

Listed Coins: https://www.blocknet.co/coins/
Web Site: https://www.blocknet.co/

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September 01, 2018, 05:01:51 AM
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Assuming I am correct and Fujicoin on Cryptopia takes a 20% xfer fee, does anyone have better
options on how to move this to other coins or cash? Currently I make 33% after electric
from mining. This is full ask price on worldcoininex site for FJC. So call what I could really
move FJC for At say 25%. I’m pretty much skunked at a 20% exchange fee and not bother to mine.

Or am I singing to the crowd here and all FJC miners, are simply in the same boat as me?

Thanks for the clarification

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September 01, 2018, 06:40:01 AM
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Assuming I am correct and Fujicoin on Cryptopia takes a 20% xfer fee, does anyone have better
options on how to move this to other coins or cash? Currently I make 33% after electric
from mining. This is full ask price on worldcoininex site for FJC. So call what I could really
move FJC for At say 25%. I’m pretty much skunked at a 20% exchange fee and not bother to mine.

Or am I singing to the crowd here and all FJC miners, are simply in the same boat as me?

Thanks for the clarification

Brad

What exactly is "xfer fee"?
Cryptopia charges a 0.2% fee for every trade.
Each cryptocurrency coin listed on Cryptopia has different fee for Withdrawals.
https://support.cryptopia.co.nz/csm?id=kb_article&sys_id=b53f0f1ddb2d1f009990f6fcbf961920

20% fee is hard to believe, but it is possible to withdraw a small amount of BTC.


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September 01, 2018, 06:43:32 AM
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Can you explain about the staking a bit.Will wallet be out before the end of the ICO for the desktop or will we be able to stake on mobile devices also?
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September 01, 2018, 06:46:30 AM
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Assuming I am correct and Fujicoin on Cryptopia takes a 20% xfer fee, does anyone have better
options on how to move this to other coins or cash? Currently I make 33% after electric
from mining. This is full ask price on worldcoininex site for FJC. So call what I could really
move FJC for At say 25%. I’m pretty much skunked at a 20% exchange fee and not bother to mine.

Or am I singing to the crowd here and all FJC miners, are simply in the same boat as me?

Thanks for the clarification

Brad

What exactly is "xfer fee"?
Cryptopia charges a 0.2% fee for every trade.
Each cryptocurrency coin listed on Cryptopia has different fee for Withdrawals.
https://support.cryptopia.co.nz/csm?id=kb_article&sys_id=b53f0f1ddb2d1f009990f6fcbf961920

20% fee is hard to believe, but it is possible to withdraw a small amount of BTC.



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Got a new wrinkle...seems that you can't import large paper wallet (or maybe any large address private key) to the electrum 3.12 wallet you get the following error

error code -32600 response too large etc etc

So in other words for a paper wallet you can't sweep 1 million coins into that electrum 3.12 wallet ...I have another buddy who is stuck on the lite wallets listed he tried

on the fujicoin page...and lord knows I have no clue how to build the fujicoin core wallet on github for win64 and rebuild database....i don't program so clueless on that

I found this on the electrum site on the above (again know it is paper wallet large history issue...I think it may just be for moving large amounts in general due to history

even with a regular address move to a wallet (not paper wallet sweep) unsure of that as yet

did find this however on the issue

here is the link the are stuck at on github (no solution)

https://github.com/kyuupichan/electrumx/issues/348


here is another guys problem same as mine..trying to do the same and the above link was in this response to him

https://github.com/spesmilo/electrum/issues/4315


Kinda a big deal....can't keep mining FJC if I can't pay for electric for data hall for the next month because I can't cash out my 3 million FJC on a paper wallet in any manner

to do so. Again, my case a paper wallet and my buddies case is 10x my problem in that he tried using a lite wallet ..again, from what I can tell the histories are too long.

Anyway, left an email with the OP motty...Hopefully he has an angle on this even if someone has to hand hold me for a tip in installing from github the old fujicoin qt wallet

If this is common as f*ck, I'd guess that would explain the low volume and price staying up Smiley

anyway let me know, I have to pay the data hall next month for hash...if this is not resolved...the FJC network is gonna take a hit on hashing reduction

(data halls ..have to pay a month in advance by the 5th, don't ya know)

thanks in advance

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September 01, 2018, 08:07:06 PM
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Got a new wrinkle...seems that you can't import large paper wallet (or maybe any large address private key) to the electrum 3.12 wallet you get the following error

error code -32600 response too large etc etc

So in other words for a paper wallet you can't sweep 1 million coins into that electrum 3.12 wallet ...I have another buddy who is stuck on the lite wallets listed he tried

on the fujicoin page...and lord knows I have no clue how to build the fujicoin core wallet on github for win64 and rebuild database....i don't program so clueless on that

I found this on the electrum site on the above (again know it is paper wallet large history issue...I think it may just be for moving large amounts in general due to history

even with a regular address move to a wallet (not paper wallet sweep) unsure of that as yet

did find this however on the issue

here is the link the are stuck at on github (no solution)

https://github.com/kyuupichan/electrumx/issues/348


here is another guys problem same as mine..trying to do the same and the above link was in this response to him

https://github.com/spesmilo/electrum/issues/4315


Kinda a big deal....can't keep mining FJC if I can't pay for electric for data hall for the next month because I can't cash out my 3 million FJC on a paper wallet in any manner

to do so. Again, my case a paper wallet and my buddies case is 10x my problem in that he tried using a lite wallet ..again, from what I can tell the histories are too long.

Anyway, left an email with the OP motty...Hopefully he has an angle on this even if someone has to hand hold me for a tip in installing from github the old fujicoin qt wallet

If this is common as f*ck, I'd guess that would explain the low volume and price staying up Smiley

anyway let me know, I have to pay the data hall next month for hash...if this is not resolved...the FJC network is gonna take a hit on hashing reduction

(data halls ..have to pay a month in advance by the 5th, don't ya know)

thanks in advance

brad
Hrm... if u mine to that paper wallet, its not the coin amount nor the "large privkey"(which not even sure what that means) ... its the fact that you probably have thousands upon thousands upon thousands of transactions for that address.
If that indeed is the case ... electrum struggles w/ addresses that have thousands of transactions ... when this happened for me historically, I would import the privkey to core, it can deal much better w/ many unspent outputs and transaction counts then electrum can.

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Got a new wrinkle...seems that you can't import large paper wallet (or maybe any large address private key) to the electrum 3.12 wallet you get the following error

error code -32600 response too large etc etc

So in other words for a paper wallet you can't sweep 1 million coins into that electrum 3.12 wallet ...I have another buddy who is stuck on the lite wallets listed he tried

on the fujicoin page...and lord knows I have no clue how to build the fujicoin core wallet on github for win64 and rebuild database....i don't program so clueless on that

I found this on the electrum site on the above (again know it is paper wallet large history issue...I think it may just be for moving large amounts in general due to history

even with a regular address move to a wallet (not paper wallet sweep) unsure of that as yet

did find this however on the issue

here is the link the are stuck at on github (no solution)

https://github.com/kyuupichan/electrumx/issues/348


here is another guys problem same as mine..trying to do the same and the above link was in this response to him

https://github.com/spesmilo/electrum/issues/4315


Kinda a big deal....can't keep mining FJC if I can't pay for electric for data hall for the next month because I can't cash out my 3 million FJC on a paper wallet in any manner

to do so. Again, my case a paper wallet and my buddies case is 10x my problem in that he tried using a lite wallet ..again, from what I can tell the histories are too long.

Anyway, left an email with the OP motty...Hopefully he has an angle on this even if someone has to hand hold me for a tip in installing from github the old fujicoin qt wallet

If this is common as f*ck, I'd guess that would explain the low volume and price staying up Smiley

anyway let me know, I have to pay the data hall next month for hash...if this is not resolved...the FJC network is gonna take a hit on hashing reduction

(data halls ..have to pay a month in advance by the 5th, don't ya know)

thanks in advance

brad
Hrm... if u mine to that paper wallet, its not the coin amount nor the "large privkey"(which not even sure what that means) ... its the fact that you probably have thousands upon thousands upon thousands of transactions for that address.
If that indeed is the case ... electrum struggles w/ addresses that have thousands of transactions ... when this happened for me historically, I would import the privkey to core, it can deal much better w/ many unspent outputs and transaction counts then electrum can.


I will contact you via pm...but yeah that is exactly what the issue is with the electrum 3.12 devs (see above links) ....so stumped on what you mean

when I find out what is what (maybe) i'll post here for others if a solution

sending you a pm as we speak

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Got a new wrinkle...seems that you can't import large paper wallet (or maybe any large address private key) to the electrum 3.12 wallet you get the following error

error code -32600 response too large etc etc

So in other words for a paper wallet you can't sweep 1 million coins into that electrum 3.12 wallet ...I have another buddy who is stuck on the lite wallets listed he tried

on the fujicoin page...and lord knows I have no clue how to build the fujicoin core wallet on github for win64 and rebuild database....i don't program so clueless on that

I found this on the electrum site on the above (again know it is paper wallet large history issue...I think it may just be for moving large amounts in general due to history

even with a regular address move to a wallet (not paper wallet sweep) unsure of that as yet

did find this however on the issue

here is the link the are stuck at on github (no solution)

https://github.com/kyuupichan/electrumx/issues/348


here is another guys problem same as mine..trying to do the same and the above link was in this response to him

https://github.com/spesmilo/electrum/issues/4315


Kinda a big deal....can't keep mining FJC if I can't pay for electric for data hall for the next month because I can't cash out my 3 million FJC on a paper wallet in any manner

to do so. Again, my case a paper wallet and my buddies case is 10x my problem in that he tried using a lite wallet ..again, from what I can tell the histories are too long.

Anyway, left an email with the OP motty...Hopefully he has an angle on this even if someone has to hand hold me for a tip in installing from github the old fujicoin qt wallet

If this is common as f*ck, I'd guess that would explain the low volume and price staying up Smiley

anyway let me know, I have to pay the data hall next month for hash...if this is not resolved...the FJC network is gonna take a hit on hashing reduction

(data halls ..have to pay a month in advance by the 5th, don't ya know)

thanks in advance

brad
Hrm... if u mine to that paper wallet, its not the coin amount nor the "large privkey"(which not even sure what that means) ... its the fact that you probably have thousands upon thousands upon thousands of transactions for that address.
If that indeed is the case ... electrum struggles w/ addresses that have thousands of transactions ... when this happened for me historically, I would import the privkey to core, it can deal much better w/ many unspent outputs and transaction counts then electrum can.


I will contact you via pm...but yeah that is exactly what the issue is with the electrum 3.12 devs (see above links) ....so stumped on what you mean

when I find out what is what (maybe) i'll post here for others if a solution

sending you a pm as we speak

brad



Hi Searing,

Such a situation is that every miner or pool operator will experience. It is the same with other altcoins.
If you do not use core wallet, you should periodically change the address for mining.

The way to deal with the case exceeding the limit of electrum-FJC is as follows.

Use windows core wallet. (Fujicoin-3.0-v0.16.1.zip)
http://www.fujicoin.org/downloads.php
run fujicoin-qt.exe
Please wait about half a day until it synchronizes with the network.
Open console window -->  [help]-[debug window]-[console tab]
Use command -->  importprivkey "paste your privatekey here"
Use command -->  rescanblockchain

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September 02, 2018, 05:41:31 PM
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Got a new wrinkle...seems that you can't import large paper wallet (or maybe any large address private key) to the electrum 3.12 wallet you get the following error

error code -32600 response too large etc etc

So in other words for a paper wallet you can't sweep 1 million coins into that electrum 3.12 wallet ...I have another buddy who is stuck on the lite wallets listed he tried

on the fujicoin page...and lord knows I have no clue how to build the fujicoin core wallet on github for win64 and rebuild database....i don't program so clueless on that

I found this on the electrum site on the above (again know it is paper wallet large history issue...I think it may just be for moving large amounts in general due to history

even with a regular address move to a wallet (not paper wallet sweep) unsure of that as yet

did find this however on the issue

here is the link the are stuck at on github (no solution)

https://github.com/kyuupichan/electrumx/issues/348


here is another guys problem same as mine..trying to do the same and the above link was in this response to him

https://github.com/spesmilo/electrum/issues/4315


Kinda a big deal....can't keep mining FJC if I can't pay for electric for data hall for the next month because I can't cash out my 3 million FJC on a paper wallet in any manner

to do so. Again, my case a paper wallet and my buddies case is 10x my problem in that he tried using a lite wallet ..again, from what I can tell the histories are too long.

Anyway, left an email with the OP motty...Hopefully he has an angle on this even if someone has to hand hold me for a tip in installing from github the old fujicoin qt wallet

If this is common as f*ck, I'd guess that would explain the low volume and price staying up Smiley

anyway let me know, I have to pay the data hall next month for hash...if this is not resolved...the FJC network is gonna take a hit on hashing reduction

(data halls ..have to pay a month in advance by the 5th, don't ya know)

thanks in advance

brad
Hrm... if u mine to that paper wallet, its not the coin amount nor the "large privkey"(which not even sure what that means) ... its the fact that you probably have thousands upon thousands upon thousands of transactions for that address.
If that indeed is the case ... electrum struggles w/ addresses that have thousands of transactions ... when this happened for me historically, I would import the privkey to core, it can deal much better w/ many unspent outputs and transaction counts then electrum can.


I will contact you via pm...but yeah that is exactly what the issue is with the electrum 3.12 devs (see above links) ....so stumped on what you mean

when I find out what is what (maybe) i'll post here for others if a solution

sending you a pm as we speak

brad



Hi Searing,

Such a situation is that every miner or pool operator will experience. It is the same with other altcoins.
If you do not use core wallet, you should periodically change the address for mining.

The way to deal with the case exceeding the limit of electrum-FJC is as follows.

Use windows core wallet. (Fujicoin-3.0-v0.16.1.zip)
http://www.fujicoin.org/downloads.php
run fujicoin-qt.exe
Please wait about half a day until it synchronizes with the network.
Open console window -->  [help]-[debug window]-[console tab]
Use command -->  importprivkey "paste your privatekey here"
Use command -->  rescanblockchain




sent you a PM. I finally figured out part of the problem. Windows 10 64 bit I had to UNHIDE the appdata folders

as i said in the pm (supposedly) I do not show a fujicoin.conf file to move as you state in the wallet area for the current DB

update trick...anyway...a pm was sent....I'm fracking lost

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Got a new wrinkle...seems that you can't import large paper wallet (or maybe any large address private key) to the electrum 3.12 wallet you get the following error

error code -32600 response too large etc etc

So in other words for a paper wallet you can't sweep 1 million coins into that electrum 3.12 wallet ...I have another buddy who is stuck on the lite wallets listed he tried

on the fujicoin page...and lord knows I have no clue how to build the fujicoin core wallet on github for win64 and rebuild database....i don't program so clueless on that

I found this on the electrum site on the above (again know it is paper wallet large history issue...I think it may just be for moving large amounts in general due to history

even with a regular address move to a wallet (not paper wallet sweep) unsure of that as yet

did find this however on the issue

here is the link the are stuck at on github (no solution)

https://github.com/kyuupichan/electrumx/issues/348


here is another guys problem same as mine..trying to do the same and the above link was in this response to him

https://github.com/spesmilo/electrum/issues/4315


Kinda a big deal....can't keep mining FJC if I can't pay for electric for data hall for the next month because I can't cash out my 3 million FJC on a paper wallet in any manner

to do so. Again, my case a paper wallet and my buddies case is 10x my problem in that he tried using a lite wallet ..again, from what I can tell the histories are too long.

Anyway, left an email with the OP motty...Hopefully he has an angle on this even if someone has to hand hold me for a tip in installing from github the old fujicoin qt wallet

If this is common as f*ck, I'd guess that would explain the low volume and price staying up Smiley

anyway let me know, I have to pay the data hall next month for hash...if this is not resolved...the FJC network is gonna take a hit on hashing reduction

(data halls ..have to pay a month in advance by the 5th, don't ya know)

thanks in advance

brad
Hrm... if u mine to that paper wallet, its not the coin amount nor the "large privkey"(which not even sure what that means) ... its the fact that you probably have thousands upon thousands upon thousands of transactions for that address.
If that indeed is the case ... electrum struggles w/ addresses that have thousands of transactions ... when this happened for me historically, I would import the privkey to core, it can deal much better w/ many unspent outputs and transaction counts then electrum can.


I will contact you via pm...but yeah that is exactly what the issue is with the electrum 3.12 devs (see above links) ....so stumped on what you mean

when I find out what is what (maybe) i'll post here for others if a solution

sending you a pm as we speak

brad



Hi Searing,

Such a situation is that every miner or pool operator will experience. It is the same with other altcoins.
If you do not use core wallet, you should periodically change the address for mining.

The way to deal with the case exceeding the limit of electrum-FJC is as follows.

Use windows core wallet. (Fujicoin-3.0-v0.16.1.zip)
http://www.fujicoin.org/downloads.php
run fujicoin-qt.exe
Please wait about half a day until it synchronizes with the network.
Open console window -->  [help]-[debug window]-[console tab]
Use command -->  importprivkey "paste your privatekey here"
Use command -->  rescanblockchain




sent you a PM. I finally figured out part of the problem. Windows 10 64 bit I had to UNHIDE the appdata folders

as i said in the pm (supposedly) I do not show a fujicoin.conf file to move as you state in the wallet area for the current DB

update trick...anyway...a pm was sent....I'm fracking lost

brad


oops...part of the problem is I was using the LAST part of the wallet page and downloaded 15.3 or whatever

I will (now that I've found appdata area) install Use windows core wallet. (Fujicoin-3.0-v0.16.1.zip) as you state above

and see if some of this goes away....I also this time around will skip the DB migration and just let the puppy run

and hope it catches up with out it...will send this as a pm as well

so 3rd tries the charm right?

thanks for your time will post here if I succeed or not Smiley

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September 02, 2018, 07:09:06 PM
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Got a new wrinkle...seems that you can't import large paper wallet (or maybe any large address private key) to the electrum 3.12 wallet you get the following error

error code -32600 response too large etc etc

So in other words for a paper wallet you can't sweep 1 million coins into that electrum 3.12 wallet ...I have another buddy who is stuck on the lite wallets listed he tried

on the fujicoin page...and lord knows I have no clue how to build the fujicoin core wallet on github for win64 and rebuild database....i don't program so clueless on that

I found this on the electrum site on the above (again know it is paper wallet large history issue...I think it may just be for moving large amounts in general due to history

even with a regular address move to a wallet (not paper wallet sweep) unsure of that as yet

did find this however on the issue

here is the link the are stuck at on github (no solution)

https://github.com/kyuupichan/electrumx/issues/348


here is another guys problem same as mine..trying to do the same and the above link was in this response to him

https://github.com/spesmilo/electrum/issues/4315


Kinda a big deal....can't keep mining FJC if I can't pay for electric for data hall for the next month because I can't cash out my 3 million FJC on a paper wallet in any manner

to do so. Again, my case a paper wallet and my buddies case is 10x my problem in that he tried using a lite wallet ..again, from what I can tell the histories are too long.

Anyway, left an email with the OP motty...Hopefully he has an angle on this even if someone has to hand hold me for a tip in installing from github the old fujicoin qt wallet

If this is common as f*ck, I'd guess that would explain the low volume and price staying up Smiley

anyway let me know, I have to pay the data hall next month for hash...if this is not resolved...the FJC network is gonna take a hit on hashing reduction

(data halls ..have to pay a month in advance by the 5th, don't ya know)

thanks in advance

brad
Hrm... if u mine to that paper wallet, its not the coin amount nor the "large privkey"(which not even sure what that means) ... its the fact that you probably have thousands upon thousands upon thousands of transactions for that address.
If that indeed is the case ... electrum struggles w/ addresses that have thousands of transactions ... when this happened for me historically, I would import the privkey to core, it can deal much better w/ many unspent outputs and transaction counts then electrum can.


I will contact you via pm...but yeah that is exactly what the issue is with the electrum 3.12 devs (see above links) ....so stumped on what you mean

when I find out what is what (maybe) i'll post here for others if a solution

sending you a pm as we speak

brad



Hi Searing,

Such a situation is that every miner or pool operator will experience. It is the same with other altcoins.
If you do not use core wallet, you should periodically change the address for mining.

The way to deal with the case exceeding the limit of electrum-FJC is as follows.

Use windows core wallet. (Fujicoin-3.0-v0.16.1.zip)
http://www.fujicoin.org/downloads.php
run fujicoin-qt.exe
Please wait about half a day until it synchronizes with the network.
Open console window -->  [help]-[debug window]-[console tab]
Use command -->  importprivkey "paste your privatekey here"
Use command -->  rescanblockchain




sent you a PM. I finally figured out part of the problem. Windows 10 64 bit I had to UNHIDE the appdata folders

as i said in the pm (supposedly) I do not show a fujicoin.conf file to move as you state in the wallet area for the current DB

update trick...anyway...a pm was sent....I'm fracking lost

brad


oops...part of the problem is I was using the LAST part of the wallet page and downloaded 15.3 or whatever

I will (now that I've found appdata area) install Use windows core wallet. (Fujicoin-3.0-v0.16.1.zip) as you state above

and see if some of this goes away....I also this time around will skip the DB migration and just let the puppy run

and hope it catches up with out it...will send this as a pm as well

so 3rd tries the charm right?

thanks for your time will post here if I succeed or not Smiley

brad




Well ...using the current June 20th, 2018 version (as I did not in the past) Use windows core wallet. (Fujicoin-3.0-v0.16.1.zip). I have again a Windows 10 64 build.

Seems to be running ok...but gonna be a haul to get this synched. I'll let folks know how long it takes for future info for those who also need a fresh and new install.

I'll also let you know how the paper wallet import works (on electrum 3.12 got an error out of range error..so need to use import option on FJC core wallet above)

It is always the simple stuff. (originally used 15.3 versus the new 16.1 version above). Again it is synching away...we will see how long it takes.

Thanks motty for the help!

later

brad


edit:


Ok...got FJC core 16.1 up ok. It synched in about 3.5 hours or so. I managed to move 100,900 FJC to Cryptopia at 0.00000005 price..if anyone is interested as a test.

That is about $37 when I last looked. Lowest price on there and no buyers LOL. We will see I guess. Thanks, everyone and motty for the help, it helps if you use the RIGHT

wallet. Also, the paper wallet import worked just fine, unlike the electrum 3.12. I think I'll stick with Fujicoin Core Qt version 16.1 for now.
















 

 

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I want to buy Fujicoin with paypal. Is anyone interested?

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Hello,

I want to buy Fujicoin with paypal. Is anyone interested?

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NOPE. You can reverse all charges on PayPal...you just have to say electronic currency scam and wala! You have fujicoin and your paypal account $$$ back.

the oldest scam out there...don't fall for it.

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Good night  Good to see business like this that will offer us much easier way of life by using crypto much faster that it was until now for any kind of transactions be it payment of simple transfer of funds and to be able to do that for such a small fee is indeed commendable.
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Just 16.19% circulating supply shows its value this time should be $0.000080.
the coin is quit good but price is so high now $0.000360.
In 2020 its value may near $0.0037
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I did not know this. Then sorry for the inconvenance. I guess the best way to get the fujicoin is to exchange it with other cryptos ? I don't really want to use others cryptos so i thought it was a good way to get some fujicoins.

Also i started mining CPU today on the Cryptogrinder pool. Anyone know when is the payment of the grinded coins?

thanks for your help.
loic

Hello,

I want to buy Fujicoin with paypal. Is anyone interested?

regards
loic

NOPE. You can reverse all charges on PayPal...you just have to say electronic currency scam and wala! You have fujicoin and your paypal account $$$ back.

the oldest scam out there...don't fall for it.

brad

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Yobit was delisted from Fujicoin's exchange list

Reason: Withdraw failure trouble is still occurring now.

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