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April 01, 2017, 11:57:21 AM
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Stake weight etc., can we see it in wallet? Smiley

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April 01, 2017, 12:47:19 PM
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We encourage all $NAV users to please upgrade from 3.x.x to the shiny new 4.0.0 wallet! It's the best!

http://navcoin.org/downloads/



I did it!

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April 01, 2017, 01:40:53 PM
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Upgraded it..Had hopes of winning the 1000nav competition but hardluck..even though happy with the price movement..more good days to come for nav..cheers
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April 01, 2017, 01:44:59 PM
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its not deterministic like that. Stake varies considerably everyday and even the whole year you don't know what you end up with. Even if on average it is 5% for the whole of the money supply.

But yeah, all you need to do is send nav to wallet and leave it on. You need to have it on all the time to maximize profit

by this do you mean to just have the wallet open on your desktop? or are there any other settings to change in the new wallet?

If it is protected by passphrase, You need to unlock it to the staking mode! Watch out to only unlock for staking and not for sending,  for your own security.
How do i unlock it to the staking model? I don't seen anything in Preferences to allow this.
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April 01, 2017, 01:49:28 PM
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its not deterministic like that. Stake varies considerably everyday and even the whole year you don't know what you end up with. Even if on average it is 5% for the whole of the money supply.

But yeah, all you need to do is send nav to wallet and leave it on. You need to have it on all the time to maximize profit

by this do you mean to just have the wallet open on your desktop? or are there any other settings to change in the new wallet?

If it is protected by passphrase, You need to unlock it to the staking mode! Watch out to only unlock for staking and not for sending,  for your own security.
How do i unlock it to the staking model? I don't seen anything in Preferences to allow this.

Click on the lock just at the right of STAKING or using the menu option Unlock Wallet for Staking under Settings.
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April 01, 2017, 02:05:11 PM
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Is staking working correctly?
I just got a stake of 42, and before that a stake of 12 within less than 2 hours. Both were the highest I have ever seen by far


Another thing I just noticed. The stake info in the dashboard counts orphan blocks as valid in it's total stake figure

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April 01, 2017, 02:22:52 PM
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transactions are lightning fast 20 sec to get coins from Poloniex Holy shit.

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April 01, 2017, 02:33:10 PM
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Nav Coin is the first cryptocurrency to be fully anonymous. There are a lot of partially anonymous coins, Nav Coin is different because its encryption software completely disconnects and randomises the transaction data, removing it even from an IP address. The anonymous system is built using bitcoins famous block chain technology and uses a subchain to process anonymous transactions.
 
Has this feature been achieved ?

Also what are the coin specifications ? and premine and is the premine amount public ?
Please send the link to block explorer  also as can not find that


Please answer this

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April 01, 2017, 03:32:15 PM
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Nav Coin is the first cryptocurrency to be fully anonymous. There are a lot of partially anonymous coins, Nav Coin is different because its encryption software completely disconnects and randomises the transaction data, removing it even from an IP address. The anonymous system is built using bitcoins famous block chain technology and uses a subchain to process anonymous transactions.
 
Has this feature been achieved ?

Also what are the coin specifications ? and premine and is the premine amount public ?
Please send the link to block explorer  also as can not find that


Please answer this

Yours Faithfully
Satchel

Maybe  devs should make an extra page on the website with these answers their being asked over and over again.

The block explorer in the Opp doesn't work for u ?


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April 01, 2017, 05:18:21 PM
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Raspberry PI Nav Coin Stakebox Tutorial



The Stakebox Video Tutorial is online.
In this tutorial is shown how to setup a Nav Coin Raspberry Pi Stakebox. The tutorial is done in Windows 10 and using a different OS might come with minor differences.


Navtechservers.com/Tutorials
or direct link:
YouTube

If you want to help Navtechservers.com, we accept donations on the following Nav Coin address: Ni2EDpyqwJ4mk9jrzy4tteX1fswVd7Foy6


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April 01, 2017, 05:19:52 PM
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Is staking working correctly?
I just got a stake of 42, and before that a stake of 12 within less than 2 hours. Both were the highest I have ever seen by far


Another thing I just noticed. The stake info in the dashboard counts orphan blocks as valid in it's total stake figure

I don't like to bring this up again so soon, but 4 stakes in a row I got double digit coins generated going as high as 60 NAV on a single stake. This is happening from the moment I switched to new wallet.

I checked the block explorer, they are legit and also inspected a few dozen more recent blocks. All those had normal stake numbers

I have no problem making 20x more that I would expect to, but I am concerned there is something wrong.

This is not an April fool's joke or anything like that btw

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April 01, 2017, 05:22:20 PM
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Is staking working correctly?
I just got a stake of 42, and before that a stake of 12 within less than 2 hours. Both were the highest I have ever seen by far


Another thing I just noticed. The stake info in the dashboard counts orphan blocks as valid in it's total stake figure

I don't like to bring this up again so soon, but 4 stakes in a row I got double digit coins generated going as high as 60 NAV on a single stake. This is happening from the moment I switched to new wallet.

I checked the block explorer, they are legit and also inspected a few dozen more recent blocks. All those had normal stake numbers

I have no problem making 20x more that I would expect to, but I am concerned there is something wrong.

This is not an April fool's joke or anything like that btw

Perhaps you did not stake for some time? It will "catch up".

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April 01, 2017, 05:46:42 PM
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please fix issue with no connection... i have windows 2012 server and i disabled the whole firewall and dont get an active connection... really annoying
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April 01, 2017, 06:46:18 PM
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Is staking working correctly?
I just got a stake of 42, and before that a stake of 12 within less than 2 hours. Both were the highest I have ever seen by far


Another thing I just noticed. The stake info in the dashboard counts orphan blocks as valid in it's total stake figure

I don't like to bring this up again so soon, but 4 stakes in a row I got double digit coins generated going as high as 60 NAV on a single stake. This is happening from the moment I switched to new wallet.

I checked the block explorer, they are legit and also inspected a few dozen more recent blocks. All those had normal stake numbers

I have no problem making 20x more that I would expect to, but I am concerned there is something wrong.

This is not an April fool's joke or anything like that btw

You can calculate the reward amount you should get following the protocol like this:

(0.5*10000000*(((Transaction Value * (Transaction time - Previous transaction time) / 1000000)*1000000)/100000000)*(24*60*60))/365

If you think the amount does not match, I'd invite you to join our Slack so we can check in detail what's going on. Nothing changed between 3.x and 4.0, so I'd say you were lucky and had some old unspent outputs.
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April 01, 2017, 06:55:12 PM
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please fix issue with no connection... i have windows 2012 server and i disabled the whole firewall and dont get an active connection... really annoying

I will check what's going on with the wallet on w12 on monday.

We apologise for any inconvenience.
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April 01, 2017, 07:16:26 PM
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Nav Coin is the first cryptocurrency to be fully anonymous. There are a lot of partially anonymous coins, Nav Coin is different because its encryption software completely disconnects and randomises the transaction data, removing it even from an IP address. The anonymous system is built using bitcoins famous block chain technology and uses a subchain to process anonymous transactions.
 
Has this feature been achieved ?

Also what are the coin specifications ? and premine and is the premine amount public ?
Please send the link to block explorer  also as can not find that


Please answer this

Yours Faithfully
Satchel

You can use Cryptoid as Block Explorer:

https://chainz.cryptoid.info/nav/

There's no premine in NavCoin. We will try to publish some article about our fundamentals next week to try to clear all this doubts.

Thanks for your support! Smiley
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April 01, 2017, 07:40:37 PM
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You can calculate the reward amount you should get following the protocol like this:

(0.5*10000000*(((Transaction Value * (Transaction time - Previous transaction time) / 1000000)*1000000)/100000000)*(24*60*60))/365

If you think the amount does not match, I'd invite you to join our Slack so we can check in detail what's going on. Nothing changed between 3.x and 4.0, so I'd say you were lucky and had some old unspent outputs.

I will watch the behaviour for another day or two and then see if it worth reporting further.

I also noticed, since you mentioned transaction output that indeed this is the reason. Whereas my previous stakes before were all with one or two chunks of coins of 500 - 1000 total, those new stake transactions use 99 inputs with total amounts over 11000 coins.

So maybe when I run out of mature coins I won't stake again for very long. Not sure its a good thing for the network. It must be the case that something changed with the new wallet, even if it only affected me. The odds of it being random are mind boggling.

And to answer @colvano, I stake 24/7 with only a few minutes downtime per week for maintenance. It's not like I had all those coins in an offline wallet all this time.

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April 01, 2017, 08:25:23 PM
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You can calculate the reward amount you should get following the protocol like this:

(0.5*10000000*(((Transaction Value * (Transaction time - Previous transaction time) / 1000000)*1000000)/100000000)*(24*60*60))/365

If you think the amount does not match, I'd invite you to join our Slack so we can check in detail what's going on. Nothing changed between 3.x and 4.0, so I'd say you were lucky and had some old unspent outputs.

I will watch the behaviour for another day or two and then see if it worth reporting further.

I also noticed, since you mentioned transaction output that indeed this is the reason. Whereas my previous stakes before were all with one or two chunks of coins of 500 - 1000 total, those new stake transactions use 99 inputs with total amounts over 11000 coins.

So maybe when I run out of mature coins I won't stake again for very long. Not sure its a good thing for the network. It must be the case that something changed with the new wallet, even if it only affected me. The odds of it being random are mind boggling.

And to answer @colvano, I stake 24/7 with only a few minutes downtime per week for maintenance. It's not like I had all those coins in an offline wallet all this time.


You can calculate the reward amount you should get following the protocol like this:

(0.5*10000000*(((Transaction Value * (Transaction time - Previous transaction time) / 1000000)*1000000)/100000000)*(24*60*60))/365

If you think the amount does not match, I'd invite you to join our Slack so we can check in detail what's going on. Nothing changed between 3.x and 4.0, so I'd say you were lucky and had some old unspent outputs.

I will watch the behaviour for another day or two and then see if it worth reporting further.

I also noticed, since you mentioned transaction output that indeed this is the reason. Whereas my previous stakes before were all with one or two chunks of coins of 500 - 1000 total, those new stake transactions use 99 inputs with total amounts over 11000 coins.

So maybe when I run out of mature coins I won't stake again for very long. Not sure its a good thing for the network. It must be the case that something changed with the new wallet, even if it only affected me. The odds of it being random are mind boggling.

And to answer @colvano, I stake 24/7 with only a few minutes downtime per week for maintenance. It's not like I had all those coins in an offline wallet all this time.

You wouldn't stop staking, but would get less reward (the proportional part).

I've sent you a private message to check this in detail.

Cheers,

alex
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April 01, 2017, 09:46:31 PM
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its not deterministic like that. Stake varies considerably everyday and even the whole year you don't know what you end up with. Even if on average it is 5% for the whole of the money supply.

But yeah, all you need to do is send nav to wallet and leave it on. You need to have it on all the time to maximize profit

by this do you mean to just have the wallet open on your desktop? or are there any other settings to change in the new wallet?

If it is protected by passphrase, You need to unlock it to the staking mode! Watch out to only unlock for staking and not for sending,  for your own security.
How do i unlock it to the staking model? I don't seen anything in Preferences to allow this.

Click on the lock just at the right of STAKING or using the menu option Unlock Wallet for Staking under Settings.
Working a treat now.
Many thanks.
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April 02, 2017, 03:04:47 AM
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How do I get the 4.0 wallet to retry importing my 3.0 wallet? It crashed the first time.
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