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July 14, 2014, 03:10:39 AM
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no error code, it closed while coins unconfirmed and when re-opened I have new address and no coins..

Post you Debug logs.


Is it possible, you didn't get enough confirms before you close the wallet and the blocks got orphaned

Getting error. Same as above. Any advice?

What is your error?

It doesn;t work that way... if a block orphans... it is in the chain... independent of the wallet where the coin's privkey is held.
I understand that. Just doin some poking,to see what the reply would be. Don't sound like were getting all the information. At some point an error would have popped up.  It wouldn't just replace your wallet.dat without notification or evidence.

Sorry playing Detective.

It would if an AV or other security application killed it... I see this with Norton all the time... never a pop up just a log of killing a process and then quarantining the files... makes it look like it all got deleted. Used to happen on some of the PCs I used to have mining a long time ago... the CPUMiner folder would suddenly be empty and the only notice I would get was from the pool that the miner went offline. Had to make security exceptions on every single machine for that folder and the files to keep it from happening daily.

That's pretty interesting, Ive had Norton and Kasperky delete miner software but never a wallet. Glad to know I should keep an eye on that, Im a crypto junky so I was just wanted to understand exactly what happened to his coins. Disappearing coins would kinda suck, just want to be prepaired

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July 14, 2014, 03:13:21 AM
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Update!

Check the OP

Our first block explorer has been added: H2oco.in/block/index.php

Should be on an exchange very soon. 

Thanks everyone for showing your support!

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July 14, 2014, 03:15:28 AM
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Update!

Check the OP

Our first block explorer has been added: H2oco.in/block/index.php

Should be on an exchange very soon. 

Thanks everyone for showing your support!

tweet or pm rami from bittrex i am sure he will list it ASAP
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July 14, 2014, 03:15:46 AM
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Update!

Check the OP

Our first block explorer has been added: H2oco.in/block/index.php

Should be on an exchange very soon. 

Thanks everyone for showing your support!

Let's get a better one at some point

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July 14, 2014, 03:16:22 AM
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Is anyone else using https://becausepool.com ? Hashrate is high on the pool but there hasn't been any blocks found for a long time now...

I'm on becausepool too,  yeah that's kind of troubling ...

Regards,

Chuck
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July 14, 2014, 03:16:54 AM
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Holy crap I got them back!!!!

Somehow the wallet.dat ended up in the recycling...no idea how but so thankful for all of your help!!!

This coin community already kicks ass!!! BTCD to the moon!
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July 14, 2014, 03:18:54 AM
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Is anyone else using https://becausepool.com ? Hashrate is high on the pool but there hasn't been any blocks found for a long time now...

I'm on becausepool too,  yeah that's kind of troubling ...
any other pools worth trying?  The others on the main page dont seem to be mining much if anything...

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July 14, 2014, 03:19:08 AM
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Update!

Check the OP

Our first block explorer has been added: H2oco.in/block/index.php

Should be on an exchange very soon. 

Thanks everyone for showing your support!

Let's get a better one at some point



Agreed, however we need one to be listed on exchanges.

Anyone open to developing a better block explorer can pm me.

Thanks to whomever developed this block explorer.  I'm very excited by how quickly BTCD is developing.

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July 14, 2014, 03:19:45 AM
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Is anyone else using https://becausepool.com ? Hashrate is high on the pool but there hasn't been any blocks found for a long time now...

We are finding blocks at gameofcoins.net but we can use some help to find even more Smiley
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July 14, 2014, 03:20:24 AM
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Is anyone else using https://becausepool.com ? Hashrate is high on the pool but there hasn't been any blocks found for a long time now...

I'm on becausepool too,  yeah that's kind of troubling ...
any other pools worth trying?  The others on the main page dont seem to be mining much if anything...

minerpools works great
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July 14, 2014, 03:23:08 AM
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Shit were already at 1400
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July 14, 2014, 03:30:07 AM
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Holy crap I got them back!!!!

Somehow the wallet.dat ended up in the recycling...no idea how but so thankful for all of your help!!!

This coin community already kicks ass!!! BTCD to the moon!

Good to hear... now make a copy of that wallet and store it somewhere... hell I usually put the main wallets im holding long term to my drive account (encrypted of course) just dont lose that file or the password you use to encrypt.

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July 14, 2014, 03:37:04 AM
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So Im a bit "medicated" at the moment, If we see an exchange tonight what the expected base value?

1 BTCD =  ?.?? BTC

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July 14, 2014, 03:39:05 AM
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1 btcd should equal at least .05 btc... in my opinion Smiley
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July 14, 2014, 03:41:37 AM
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1 btcd should equal at least .05 btc... in my opinion Smiley

I'd say that's a fair price. There are only 1.6 million after pow. It'll take a long time (years) for all the pos coins to be out.

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July 14, 2014, 03:43:48 AM
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i figure we will start on an exchange around 0.01 or 0.02, then it all depends on how smart some of us early miners are.
the value should be around 0.05 for sure, depends on how many intelligent people  were among the first ones mining though

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July 14, 2014, 03:45:00 AM
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do the math...

80*60*24 = 115200 BTCD per day.

Now look at nethash... right now it sits at 171TH/s which means... 1 TH/s that yields about .03 BTC per day average would net ~674 BTCD at current mining rates.

That means to make it dead even with BTC earnings in a day, a single BTCD is worth at least 4451 Satoshis.

BUT... the network is growing, and will continue to grow... you should be able to deduce a price using the numbers above and current nethashrate.

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July 14, 2014, 03:47:25 AM
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do the math...

80*60*24 = 115200 BTCD per day.

Now look at nethash... right now it sits at 171TH/s which means... 1 TH/s that yields about .03 BTC per day average would net ~674 BTCD at current mining rates.

That means to make it dead even with BTC earnings in a day, a single BTCD is worth at least 4451 Satoshis.

BUT... the network is growing, and will continue to grow... you should be able to deduce a price using the numbers above and current nethashrate.

I suck at math Sad  but it seems that it should be worth more than darkcoin! Smiley
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July 14, 2014, 03:48:34 AM
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Is anyone else using https://becausepool.com ? Hashrate is high on the pool but there hasn't been any blocks found for a long time now...

We are finding blocks at gameofcoins.net but we can use some help to find even more Smiley

I switched over, mining at about 600 GHs, let's get some blocks!

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July 14, 2014, 03:50:26 AM
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Restarting everything, hopefully that will solve the problems we seem to be having.

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