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September 22, 2016, 09:23:05 PM
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I have compiled in a linux box but when i execute ./navcoind it stops with this message

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navcoind: kernel.cpp:372: unsigned int GetStakeModifierChecksum(const CBlockIndex*): Assertion `pindex->pprev || pindex->GetBlockHash() == (!fTestNet ? hashGenesisBlock : hashGenesisBlockTestNet)' failed.

any ideas? thanks in advance.

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September 23, 2016, 01:56:47 AM
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Hi Nav Coiners,

Soopy is at it again, he has built a price ticker extension for google chrome!

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Chrome NAV Ticker

Now you don't even need to change tab to keep tabs on your investment. All you need to do is install our chrome extension and hover over the icon. The price, volume and other useful stats are displayed right there in your browser.

Download it here, under 'browser tools'.

http://www.navcoin.org/downloads



Also, the Android NAV Ticker, is now available through the google play store.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.navcoinfoundation.sherlock.navcoin_monitor

Talk soon,
Craig.

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September 23, 2016, 05:56:26 AM
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The market is dormant

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September 23, 2016, 06:04:46 AM
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Hi Nav Coiners,

Soopy is at it again, he has built a price ticker extension for google chrome!

Quote from: Nav Coin

Chrome NAV Ticker

Now you don't even need to change tab to keep tabs on your investment. All you need to do is install our chrome extension and hover over the icon. The price, volume and other useful stats are displayed right there in your browser.

Download it here, under 'browser tools'.

http://www.navcoin.org/downloads



Also, the Android NAV Ticker, is now available through the google play store.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.navcoinfoundation.sherlock.navcoin_monitor

Talk soon,
Craig.
thanks for sharing this buds let me check this out keep it up nav team good luck and hope more progress to come coming from this project holding little by little while price still  not jumping up that high.
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September 23, 2016, 09:37:03 AM
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I have compiled in a linux box but when i execute ./navcoind it stops with this message

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navcoind: kernel.cpp:372: unsigned int GetStakeModifierChecksum(const CBlockIndex*): Assertion `pindex->pprev || pindex->GetBlockHash() == (!fTestNet ? hashGenesisBlock : hashGenesisBlockTestNet)' failed.

any ideas? thanks in advance.

Hi,

can give some further information? Was there data inside the .navcoin2 directory? Where did you poull that source?

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September 23, 2016, 11:05:25 AM
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Volume is gone     Huh
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September 23, 2016, 11:13:39 AM
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Volume is gone     Huh
it's gone for all markets. folks waiting for something.
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September 23, 2016, 11:20:31 AM
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Volume is gone     Huh

maybe a good time to buy some NAV
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September 23, 2016, 11:44:15 AM
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That's the moment to buy some if you haven't,
merely 300 BTC's of NAV market buys would take it to 15k
- likely it will go to 11-12k floor within days, by next week

Anticipating is always key...
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September 23, 2016, 10:11:49 PM
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The Navcoin Windows wallet has three hits in virustotal.com

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Baidu   Win32.Trojan.WisdomEyes.151026.9950.9997   20160730
K7AntiVirus   Unwanted-Program ( 004baab71 )   20160731
K7GW   Unwanted-Program ( 004baab71 )   20160731

is there any reason for it?
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The Navcoin Windows wallet has three hits in /huxjbp5]virustotal.com

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Antivirus   Ergebnis   Aktualisierung
Baidu   Win32.Trojan.WisdomEyes.151026.9950.9997   20160730
K7AntiVirus   Unwanted-Program ( 004baab71 )   20160731
K7GW   Unwanted-Program ( 004baab71 )   20160731

is there any reason for it?

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Because of this, better add a hash (SHA256 or a GPG Signatur) to the downloadpage, so that erveryone is able to check his client.
To prevent a "Man-in-the-middle attack", should navcoin.org use a secure https connection.
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September 24, 2016, 01:07:18 AM
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The Navcoin Windows wallet has three hits in /huxjbp5]virustotal.com

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Antivirus   Ergebnis   Aktualisierung
Baidu   Win32.Trojan.WisdomEyes.151026.9950.9997   20160730
K7AntiVirus   Unwanted-Program ( 004baab71 )   20160731
K7GW   Unwanted-Program ( 004baab71 )   20160731

is there any reason for it?

@NAV Team
Because of this, better add a hash (SHA256 or a GPG Signatur) to the downloadpage, so that erveryone is able to check his client.
To prevent a "Man-in-the-middle attack", should navcoin.org use a secure https connection.

Yes.
When the coin wasn't worth stealing it didn't matter.  As time goes on it will only attract more attention.

Trojan Remover is not offended by the Windows wallet, if that means anything.

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When I access my %appdata% file, I still have two NAV related files. The two files are NavCoin and NavCoin2. I am almost certain the file NavCoin file is associated with the old NAV 1.0 wallet and is no longer important. If it is not needed I would like to get rid of it because it is using up 3+ gigs of SSD space. Can the experts here give me the green light to make NavCoin file go bye bye with out compromising the operation of my NAV 2.O wallet? Or just help me understand whats going on with those two files. Thank you.
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September 24, 2016, 08:24:12 AM
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When I access my %appdata% file, I still have two NAV related files. The two files are NavCoin and NavCoin2. I am almost certain the file NavCoin file is associated with the old NAV 1.0 wallet and is no longer important. If it is not needed I would like to get rid of it because it is using up 3+ gigs of SSD space. Can the experts here give me the green light to make NavCoin file go bye bye with out compromising the operation of my NAV 2.O wallet? Or just help me understand whats going on with those two files. Thank you.

The NavCoin folder is for the old blockchain. The NavCoin2 folder is for the new blockchain. You are safe to delete your NavCoin folder as long as you have already swapped for the new coins which I assume is the case. In any case, please always back up the wallet.dat file before removing anything. That is the important file which stores your private and public keys, so as long as you have that backed up (and your passphrase) you can recover any coins if you make a mistake.

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When I access my %appdata% file, I still have two NAV related files. The two files are NavCoin and NavCoin2. I am almost certain the file NavCoin file is associated with the old NAV 1.0 wallet and is no longer important. If it is not needed I would like to get rid of it because it is using up 3+ gigs of SSD space. Can the experts here give me the green light to make NavCoin file go bye bye with out compromising the operation of my NAV 2.O wallet? Or just help me understand whats going on with those two files. Thank you.

The NavCoin folder is for the old blockchain. The NavCoin2 folder is for the new blockchain. You are safe to delete your NavCoin folder as long as you have already swapped for the new coins which I assume is the case. In any case, please always back up the wallet.dat file before removing anything. That is the important file which stores your private and public keys, so as long as you have that backed up (and your passphrase) you can recover any coins if you make a mistake.

Perfect! Thank you for answering that for me. I did swap out the old coins for new (flawlessly if I may add) and did a recent back-up. Now I feel more comfortable with deleting the old blockchain NavCoin folder.

However, I do have one more question that has been on my mind for some time now. I have about 30+ back-up saves for NAV alone. My gut tells me I really don't need that many and I should be okay to purge most of them. Since, I've never asked and have stayed in the dark with this, I've just kept them all. better to be safe then sorry. How do others here manage there back-ups? Peace.
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September 24, 2016, 09:41:43 AM
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When I access my %appdata% file, I still have two NAV related files. The two files are NavCoin and NavCoin2. I am almost certain the file NavCoin file is associated with the old NAV 1.0 wallet and is no longer important. If it is not needed I would like to get rid of it because it is using up 3+ gigs of SSD space. Can the experts here give me the green light to make NavCoin file go bye bye with out compromising the operation of my NAV 2.O wallet? Or just help me understand whats going on with those two files. Thank you.

The NavCoin folder is for the old blockchain. The NavCoin2 folder is for the new blockchain. You are safe to delete your NavCoin folder as long as you have already swapped for the new coins which I assume is the case. In any case, please always back up the wallet.dat file before removing anything. That is the important file which stores your private and public keys, so as long as you have that backed up (and your passphrase) you can recover any coins if you make a mistake.
so its not going to have any problem between two folders nice to know that making sure my wallet was save so i wont getting any problem if something happen i will ask here too thanks for the previous question at least both of us has been answered in the same ways,.

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September 24, 2016, 09:45:46 AM
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When I access my %appdata% file, I still have two NAV related files. The two files are NavCoin and NavCoin2. I am almost certain the file NavCoin file is associated with the old NAV 1.0 wallet and is no longer important. If it is not needed I would like to get rid of it because it is using up 3+ gigs of SSD space. Can the experts here give me the green light to make NavCoin file go bye bye with out compromising the operation of my NAV 2.O wallet? Or just help me understand whats going on with those two files. Thank you.

The NavCoin folder is for the old blockchain. The NavCoin2 folder is for the new blockchain. You are safe to delete your NavCoin folder as long as you have already swapped for the new coins which I assume is the case. In any case, please always back up the wallet.dat file before removing anything. That is the important file which stores your private and public keys, so as long as you have that backed up (and your passphrase) you can recover any coins if you make a mistake.

Perfect! Thank you for answering that for me. I did swap out the old coins for new (flawlessly if I may add) and did a recent back-up. Now I feel more comfortable with deleting the old blockchain NavCoin folder.

However, I do have one more question that has been on my mind for some time now. I have about 30+ back-up saves for NAV alone. My gut tells me I really don't need that many and I should be okay to purge most of them. Since, I've never asked and have stayed in the dark with this, I've just kept them all. better to be safe then sorry. How do others here manage there back-ups? Peace.

I do wonder the same. Perhaps someone could write a small and simple guide how to make decent backups?

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When I access my %appdata% file, I still have two NAV related files. The two files are NavCoin and NavCoin2. I am almost certain the file NavCoin file is associated with the old NAV 1.0 wallet and is no longer important. If it is not needed I would like to get rid of it because it is using up 3+ gigs of SSD space. Can the experts here give me the green light to make NavCoin file go bye bye with out compromising the operation of my NAV 2.O wallet? Or just help me understand whats going on with those two files. Thank you.

The NavCoin folder is for the old blockchain. The NavCoin2 folder is for the new blockchain. You are safe to delete your NavCoin folder as long as you have already swapped for the new coins which I assume is the case. In any case, please always back up the wallet.dat file before removing anything. That is the important file which stores your private and public keys, so as long as you have that backed up (and your passphrase) you can recover any coins if you make a mistake.

Perfect! Thank you for answering that for me. I did swap out the old coins for new (flawlessly if I may add) and did a recent back-up. Now I feel more comfortable with deleting the old blockchain NavCoin folder.

However, I do have one more question that has been on my mind for some time now. I have about 30+ back-up saves for NAV alone. My gut tells me I really don't need that many and I should be okay to purge most of them. Since, I've never asked and have stayed in the dark with this, I've just kept them all. better to be safe then sorry. How do others here manage there back-ups? Peace.

With the mobile wallet or the thin clients, all you need is your 12 word seed phrase. there's no need to back up regularly. It uses BIP32 address generation and can recover all generated addresses from the seed phrase. From my testing this works as expected. feel free to test it yourself and if you're comfortable with it, use it like this.

With the full node wallets (ones that store the whole blockchain locally) you need to back up your wallet.dat file after every time you create a new keypair (address).

Personally I save the latest 3 backups so i can roll back with minimal losses if my latest one becomes corrupted some how.

i think this is personal preference, you could store just the latest one if you feel comfortable with that, or store them all, or anywhere between depending on your levels of paranoia!

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September 24, 2016, 07:51:44 PM
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is the newest wallet ver 3.6 as mine keep hanging up after awhile trying to sync and stops responding only 8 active connections thought there would be more thanks  Huh
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When I access my %appdata% file, I still have two NAV related files. The two files are NavCoin and NavCoin2. I am almost certain the file NavCoin file is associated with the old NAV 1.0 wallet and is no longer important. If it is not needed I would like to get rid of it because it is using up 3+ gigs of SSD space. Can the experts here give me the green light to make NavCoin file go bye bye with out compromising the operation of my NAV 2.O wallet? Or just help me understand whats going on with those two files. Thank you.

The NavCoin folder is for the old blockchain. The NavCoin2 folder is for the new blockchain. You are safe to delete your NavCoin folder as long as you have already swapped for the new coins which I assume is the case. In any case, please always back up the wallet.dat file before removing anything. That is the important file which stores your private and public keys, so as long as you have that backed up (and your passphrase) you can recover any coins if you make a mistake.

Perfect! Thank you for answering that for me. I did swap out the old coins for new (flawlessly if I may add) and did a recent back-up. Now I feel more comfortable with deleting the old blockchain NavCoin folder.

However, I do have one more question that has been on my mind for some time now. I have about 30+ back-up saves for NAV alone. My gut tells me I really don't need that many and I should be okay to purge most of them. Since, I've never asked and have stayed in the dark with this, I've just kept them all. better to be safe then sorry. How do others here manage there back-ups? Peace.

With the mobile wallet or the thin clients, all you need is your 12 word seed phrase. there's no need to back up regularly. It uses BIP32 address generation and can recover all generated addresses from the seed phrase. From my testing this works as expected. feel free to test it yourself and if you're comfortable with it, use it like this.

With the full node wallets (ones that store the whole blockchain locally) you need to back up your wallet.dat file after every time you create a new keypair (address).

Personally I save the latest 3 backups so i can roll back with minimal losses if my latest one becomes corrupted some how.

i think this is personal preference, you could store just the latest one if you feel comfortable with that, or store them all, or anywhere between depending on your levels of paranoia!

Many thanks Package for your help.

One more question just surfaced. What is the recommended staking strategy for qt wallets?  E.g. 1 address staking entire stash of coins vs distributing total NAV equally amongst several address within the wallet.

also when I go to coin control and want to move coins, does conformations mater when trying to avoid disturbing the staking process? Please refer me to the page if this topic has already been discussed. Things may be different with NavCoin 2.0

Thank you again.


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