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September 09, 2014, 11:29:08 PM
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I have a problem with the BTCD wallet and hope someone here can help me.   It's been working fine until this morning when I tried to send two deposits to my Poloniex address.  They never arrived, and although the wallet has transaction ids for them both neither show up on the block chain explorer.  The deposit address shows all transactions except these two.  The wallet shows 35 confirmations for one and 50 something for the other and it seems to be stuck there.  Does anyone know what has caused and how it can be corrected?   Thanks.

Think you might be on a fork. keep wallet.dat and the .conf file then delete everything else. Let it resync and it should be fine.
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September 09, 2014, 11:30:51 PM
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I have a problem with the BTCD wallet and hope someone here can help me.   It's been working fine until this morning when I tried to send two deposits to my Poloniex address.  They never arrived, and although the wallet has transaction ids for them both neither show up on the block chain explorer.  The deposit address shows all transactions except these two.  The wallet shows 35 confirmations for one and 50 something for the other and it seems to be stuck there.  Does anyone know what has caused and how it can be corrected?   Thanks.

Think you might be on a fork. keep wallet.dat and the .conf file then delete everything else. Let it resync and it should be fine.

I don't seem to have a .conf file.  Should be under appdata/roaming/bitcoindark right?

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September 09, 2014, 11:53:03 PM
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I have a problem with the BTCD wallet and hope someone here can help me.   It's been working fine until this morning when I tried to send two deposits to my Poloniex address.  They never arrived, and although the wallet has transaction ids for them both neither show up on the block chain explorer.  The deposit address shows all transactions except these two.  The wallet shows 35 confirmations for one and 50 something for the other and it seems to be stuck there.  Does anyone know what has caused and how it can be corrected?   Thanks.

Think you might be on a fork. keep wallet.dat and the .conf file then delete everything else. Let it resync and it should be fine.

I don't seem to have a .conf file.  Should be under appdata/roaming/bitcoindark right?

You have to create BitcoinDark.conf in that location.

rpcuser=user
rpcpassword=pass
rpcport=14632
port=14631
daemon=1
gen=1
server=1
addnode=107.170.59.196
addnode=146.185.188.6
addnode=74.91.20.250:39997
addnode=54.85.50.15:50288
addnode=107.170.148.50:14631
addnode=65.129.66.246:57762
addnode=31.220.4.41
addnode=98.226.66.65
addnode=193.219.117.63
addnode=62.210.141.204
addnode=128.199.172.165
addnode=192.99.143.114
addnode=178.20.169.208
addnode=195.34.100.2:42038
addnode=5.101.107.239:60056
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September 09, 2014, 11:56:50 PM
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I wonder why the addnode method was removed from btcd?  having a hard time getting synced.

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addnode 5.101.107.239:60056 add


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Method not found (code -32601)


just put it in BitcoinDark.conf from the op

yes, I have some addnodes in my conf file, but I wanted to add one while it was running... this must have been manually pulled from the code because bitcoin has had it for a long time..

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addnode <node> <add|remove|onetry>

so I was wondering what the reason for pulling working functional methods

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September 10, 2014, 12:02:45 AM
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next stop .014

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September 10, 2014, 12:25:34 AM
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The latest shift for the BitcoinDark multipool paid out over 65 BTCD.

Cheers!

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September 10, 2014, 12:50:55 AM
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Apologies for the dump at 0.013 on bittrex everyone.  I had to cash out some of my holdings to pay for a holiday.  No need to panic, I am still confident in the uptrend and that we will see 0.02 and beyond happen quickly once Teleport is out

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September 10, 2014, 01:29:38 AM
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i found something interesting in the terms of cryptsy

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28. Staking Interest

Some Cryptsy wallets may provide staking interest rewards. Any staking rewards, conversions, snapshots, or likewise will become the property of Cryptsy.
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September 10, 2014, 01:32:12 AM
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i found something interesting in the terms of cryptsy

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28. Staking Interest

Some Cryptsy wallets may provide staking interest rewards. Any staking rewards, conversions, snapshots, or likewise will become the property of Cryptsy.

Hmm quite...interesting...
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September 10, 2014, 01:33:23 AM
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i found something interesting in the terms of cryptsy

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28. Staking Interest

Some Cryptsy wallets may provide staking interest rewards. Any staking rewards, conversions, snapshots, or likewise will become the property of Cryptsy.
the "mystery" is solved
I suggest to do a mass withdraw from cryptsy and not using them
but of course we are not able to...

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September 10, 2014, 01:34:54 AM
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i found something interesting in the terms of cryptsy

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28. Staking Interest

Some Cryptsy wallets may provide staking interest rewards. Any staking rewards, conversions, snapshots, or likewise will become the property of Cryptsy.
the "mystery" is solved
I suggest to do a mass withdraw from cryptsy and not using them
but of course we are not able to...

There is no telling how many coins they are staking per day.

I will never use cryptsy again if I can help it, and I suggest everyone do the same. This is thievery, plain and simple.
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September 10, 2014, 01:37:43 AM
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i found something interesting in the terms of cryptsy

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28. Staking Interest

Some Cryptsy wallets may provide staking interest rewards. Any staking rewards, conversions, snapshots, or likewise will become the property of Cryptsy.
the "mystery" is solved
I suggest to do a mass withdraw from cryptsy and not using them
but of course we are not able to...

There is no telling how many coins they are staking per day.

I will never use cryptsy again if I can help it, and I suggest everyone do the same. This is thievery, plain and simple.

Interesting indeed. Perhaps that explains the random withdrawl issues. If they are staking they may have significant amounts unspendable at certain times. Glad I got mine out.
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September 10, 2014, 01:45:38 AM
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i found something interesting in the terms of cryptsy

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28. Staking Interest

Some Cryptsy wallets may provide staking interest rewards. Any staking rewards, conversions, snapshots, or likewise will become the property of Cryptsy.
the "mystery" is solved
I suggest to do a mass withdraw from cryptsy and not using them
but of course we are not able to...

There is no telling how many coins they are staking per day.

I will never use cryptsy again if I can help it, and I suggest everyone do the same. This is thievery, plain and simple.

Interesting indeed. Perhaps that explains the random withdrawl issues. If they are staking they may have significant amounts unspendable at certain times. Glad I got mine out.
I actually managed to get a few hundred out overnight that were all small withdrawals (25 and under), but it still took 12-24 hours from when I made the withdraw request.  I have other larger withdrawals from last week that are still stuck, and a bunch of other smaller ones today that haven't been processed either.  It's totally random which they allow and when.  I'll be ditching Cryptsy for good once the last of my coins are out. 

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September 10, 2014, 01:49:23 AM
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Our plan is to do basically what jl777 did with Bitcoindark

We will try to get on the supernetwork from jl777 which we should be able to accomplish once the new features are released

Interesting
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September 10, 2014, 01:49:43 AM
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i found something interesting in the terms of cryptsy

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28. Staking Interest

Some Cryptsy wallets may provide staking interest rewards. Any staking rewards, conversions, snapshots, or likewise will become the property of Cryptsy.
the "mystery" is solved
I suggest to do a mass withdraw from cryptsy and not using them
but of course we are not able to...

There is no telling how many coins they are staking per day.

I will never use cryptsy again if I can help it, and I suggest everyone do the same. This is thievery, plain and simple.

Interesting indeed. Perhaps that explains the random withdrawl issues. If they are staking they may have significant amounts unspendable at certain times. Glad I got mine out.
their tech support has told me that they dont have the right unspent outputs to be able to handle larger withdraws.
This means that they are doing fractional reserve (I dont think so), or that their withdraw code is not aggregating unspent outputs! So if you make a withdraw request that is larger than their largest unspent output, everything gets stuck as their software is not finding a way to satisfy the withdraw.

Hopefully, some day cryptsy will learn how to add.
It is not so complicated to use multiple inputs, they can just look at my MGW code if they need help.

James

P.S. The advantage of requiring a single input is that it really simplifies the code and reduces the chances for bugs, but this is cryptsy, so I cant imagine they are not doing this. Maybe their staking has fragmented the utxo so much that even with N inputs it is not enough. Its probably something like that

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September 10, 2014, 02:03:49 AM
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i found something interesting in the terms of cryptsy

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28. Staking Interest

Some Cryptsy wallets may provide staking interest rewards. Any staking rewards, conversions, snapshots, or likewise will become the property of Cryptsy.
the "mystery" is solved
I suggest to do a mass withdraw from cryptsy and not using them
but of course we are not able to...

There is no telling how many coins they are staking per day.

I will never use cryptsy again if I can help it, and I suggest everyone do the same. This is thievery, plain and simple.

I will never again either and echo this suggestion. Since their server crash, my account is actually now in the red with a -0.67834202 balance, yet thousands of coins still unaccounted for.

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September 10, 2014, 02:24:28 AM
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Our plan is to do basically what jl777 did with Bitcoindark

We will try to get on the supernetwork from jl777 which we should be able to accomplish once the new features are released

Interesting
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this is a fraud site
I know allwelder and know he is not a coder
allwelder did not know about this lion thing

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September 10, 2014, 02:28:36 AM
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so many coins are same thing
copycat of good idea
pump on exchange
ask for donations
or dump ICO/IPO/Donation on investors

do research
take caution
better keep btc than lose more to mega scam coins
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September 10, 2014, 02:34:03 AM
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This just in from Cryptsy support after I kindly pointed out that members of the BTCD community were planning a mass exodus from their exchange...

Hello Paul,

Your BTCD withdrawal transaction has been escalated
to our tier two team for them to investigate and credit your withdrawal. Please allow
some time for them to do so. Rest assure your coins are safe and will be credited
asap.
Thank you for your patience and have a great weekend!


Thankfully BTC withdrawals are working fine Wink


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September 10, 2014, 04:27:19 AM
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WTF cryptsy just increased withdraw fees on BTCD tenfold! These guys are fucking criminals!
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