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March 03, 2016, 04:53:53 PM
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i downloaded the btcd wallet from the main ANN page 1 for windows and the SHA-1 Hash is different, i got
A5C13C0234302DBEA78065EA166E69725A6F997A

this is different than what is listed on page 1.

i used http://onlinemd5.com/ to get the SHA-1 hash. 

where do i download the btcd wallet from?


Which wallet did you download, osx or windows?
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March 03, 2016, 08:57:05 PM
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Friends, is it possible to make my own paper wallet for BTCD and other altcoins?
I don't mean an online wallet generator. Just a few wallets for own usage where paper wallets are not available.

Thank you


https://walletgenerator.net/  now supports Btcd and you can create paperwallets

Thank you for providing the above link.
My question was if it's possible to create somehow a paper wallet for every altcoin by myself
e.g. to generate the public and private address somehow without using paper generators.

There are altcoins without paper wallets so I want to store my coins on paper.
iguana has API that supports rosetta addresses. Internally all the bitcoin and curve25519 coins use 256 bit privkeys.

This is mapped to pubkeys. And usually with an SHA256 front end you can create the high entropy 256 bits to use for the privkey.

Each coin just has a different address type that is combined with the rmd160(sha256(pubkey)) to create the address. There are dozens of hash and hmac API to help with creating high entropy privkeys and also all the required converters from one format to another.

Not sure what functions you need, but whatever it is there is already and iguana API for it, or it wont take long at all to make one.

docs.supernet.org

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March 04, 2016, 02:02:54 AM
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i downloaded the btcd wallet from the main ANN page 1 for windows and the SHA-1 Hash is different, i got
A5C13C0234302DBEA78065EA166E69725A6F997A

this is different than what is listed on page 1.

i used http://onlinemd5.com/ to get the SHA-1 hash. 

where do i download the btcd wallet from?


Which wallet did you download, osx or windows?


Thanks for responding. i downloaded the windows version.
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March 04, 2016, 03:35:13 PM
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Is the super net wallet disabled?   I just tried pulling some coins off through multi gateway and it gets stuck.  also nxt asset exchange in the advanced section is says api is disabled when trying to buy/sell

this is super net  lite 1.0.7
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March 04, 2016, 05:11:33 PM
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Friends, is it possible to make my own paper wallet for BTCD and other altcoins?
I don't mean an online wallet generator. Just a few wallets for own usage where paper wallets are not available.

Thank you


https://walletgenerator.net/  now supports Btcd and you can create paperwallets

Thank you for providing the above link.
My question was if it's possible to create somehow a paper wallet for every altcoin by myself
e.g. to generate the public and private address somehow without using paper generators.

There are altcoins without paper wallets so I want to store my coins on paper.
iguana has API that supports rosetta addresses. Internally all the bitcoin and curve25519 coins use 256 bit privkeys.

This is mapped to pubkeys. And usually with an SHA256 front end you can create the high entropy 256 bits to use for the privkey.

Each coin just has a different address type that is combined with the rmd160(sha256(pubkey)) to create the address. There are dozens of hash and hmac API to help with creating high entropy privkeys and also all the required converters from one format to another.

Not sure what functions you need, but whatever it is there is already and iguana API for it, or it wont take long at all to make one.

docs.supernet.org

If I use the windows QT wallet, lets say a fresh installation without any coins in it.
I transfer e.g. 20 BTCD into an address. Can the wallet give me the privkey so that I write that sending address and privkey to a paper and then delete the QT wallet (including wallet.dat) and in one year later I use the privkey to send the coins from paper to a new QT wallet?
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March 04, 2016, 05:50:41 PM
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Friends, is it possible to make my own paper wallet for BTCD and other altcoins?
I don't mean an online wallet generator. Just a few wallets for own usage where paper wallets are not available.

Thank you


https://walletgenerator.net/  now supports Btcd and you can create paperwallets

Thank you for providing the above link.
My question was if it's possible to create somehow a paper wallet for every altcoin by myself
e.g. to generate the public and private address somehow without using paper generators.

There are altcoins without paper wallets so I want to store my coins on paper.
iguana has API that supports rosetta addresses. Internally all the bitcoin and curve25519 coins use 256 bit privkeys.

This is mapped to pubkeys. And usually with an SHA256 front end you can create the high entropy 256 bits to use for the privkey.

Each coin just has a different address type that is combined with the rmd160(sha256(pubkey)) to create the address. There are dozens of hash and hmac API to help with creating high entropy privkeys and also all the required converters from one format to another.

Not sure what functions you need, but whatever it is there is already and iguana API for it, or it wont take long at all to make one.

docs.supernet.org

If I use the windows QT wallet, lets say a fresh installation without any coins in it.
I transfer e.g. 20 BTCD into an address. Can the wallet give me the privkey so that I write that sending address and privkey to a paper and then delete the QT wallet (including wallet.dat) and in one year later I use the privkey to send the coins from paper to a new QT wallet?

works just as in plain vanilla bitcoin:

go to <debug window>
open <console> tab
enter:
walletunlock <yourpassphrase> 777
dumpprivkey <address_you_want_key_of>

privkey is printed in console
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March 04, 2016, 06:27:39 PM
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Friends, is it possible to make my own paper wallet for BTCD and other altcoins?
I don't mean an online wallet generator. Just a few wallets for own usage where paper wallets are not available.

Thank you


https://walletgenerator.net/  now supports Btcd and you can create paperwallets

Thank you for providing the above link.
My question was if it's possible to create somehow a paper wallet for every altcoin by myself
e.g. to generate the public and private address somehow without using paper generators.

There are altcoins without paper wallets so I want to store my coins on paper.
iguana has API that supports rosetta addresses. Internally all the bitcoin and curve25519 coins use 256 bit privkeys.

This is mapped to pubkeys. And usually with an SHA256 front end you can create the high entropy 256 bits to use for the privkey.

Each coin just has a different address type that is combined with the rmd160(sha256(pubkey)) to create the address. There are dozens of hash and hmac API to help with creating high entropy privkeys and also all the required converters from one format to another.

Not sure what functions you need, but whatever it is there is already and iguana API for it, or it wont take long at all to make one.

docs.supernet.org

If I use the windows QT wallet, lets say a fresh installation without any coins in it.
I transfer e.g. 20 BTCD into an address. Can the wallet give me the privkey so that I write that sending address and privkey to a paper and then delete the QT wallet (including wallet.dat) and in one year later I use the privkey to send the coins from paper to a new QT wallet?

Essentially you are creating a paper wallet.

Make sure you use an Air Gapped PC.

Why not just use a paper wallet generator?
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March 04, 2016, 06:48:48 PM
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Essentially you are creating a paper wallet.

Make sure you use an Air Gapped PC.

Why not just use a paper wallet generator?


as I understand, paper wallet generators are js scripts that run in a browser- I would not trust that...

at least, you would have to save the html with the js locally, disconnect rom the netwook while you use it, and scrub the browser thoroughly afterwards.
to me, that makes the old fashioned dumpprivkey method much easier and less insecure.
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March 04, 2016, 07:01:06 PM
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Essentially you are creating a paper wallet.

Make sure you use an Air Gapped PC.

Why not just use a paper wallet generator?


as I understand, paper wallet generators are js scripts that run in a browser- I would not trust that...

at least, you would have to save the html with the js locally, disconnect rom the netwook while you use it, and scrub the browser thoroughly afterwards.
to me, that makes the old fashioned dumpprivkey method much easier and less insecure.

As I said, Air Gapped PC... probably best is to use a LIVE CD type install so once you turn off the PC, everything you did is gone.

I'm not sure why you would trust a QT wallet any more than an HTML wallet generator. In each case, you want to make sure you are offline. in other words don't trust either one to not share your private keys. I would still do it on a LIVE CD air gapped PC.

The advantage to a paper wallet generator is that it will allow you to encrypt your PK. It will provide you a QR code with your keys and it will generate a PDF of said information to allow for you to easily print several copies to "backup" in various locations. This is much more error proof the manually writing a private key down.

Up to you of course.
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March 04, 2016, 10:15:42 PM
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Friends, is it possible to make my own paper wallet for BTCD and other altcoins?
I don't mean an online wallet generator. Just a few wallets for own usage where paper wallets are not available.

Thank you


https://walletgenerator.net/  now supports Btcd and you can create paperwallets

Thank you for providing the above link.
My question was if it's possible to create somehow a paper wallet for every altcoin by myself
e.g. to generate the public and private address somehow without using paper generators.

There are altcoins without paper wallets so I want to store my coins on paper.
iguana has API that supports rosetta addresses. Internally all the bitcoin and curve25519 coins use 256 bit privkeys.

This is mapped to pubkeys. And usually with an SHA256 front end you can create the high entropy 256 bits to use for the privkey.

Each coin just has a different address type that is combined with the rmd160(sha256(pubkey)) to create the address. There are dozens of hash and hmac API to help with creating high entropy privkeys and also all the required converters from one format to another.

Not sure what functions you need, but whatever it is there is already and iguana API for it, or it wont take long at all to make one.

docs.supernet.org

If I use the windows QT wallet, lets say a fresh installation without any coins in it.
I transfer e.g. 20 BTCD into an address. Can the wallet give me the privkey so that I write that sending address and privkey to a paper and then delete the QT wallet (including wallet.dat) and in one year later I use the privkey to send the coins from paper to a new QT wallet?

Essentially you are creating a paper wallet.

Make sure you use an Air Gapped PC.

Why not just use a paper wallet generator?


I mostly want it for altcoins which do not have paper wallets.
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March 06, 2016, 08:19:14 AM
Last edit: March 06, 2016, 09:05:05 AM by 4emily
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Hi All,

Started up my qt wallet and just as the "Verifying database integrity" process ended got the following message

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Runaway exception

A fatal error occurred.

EXCEPTION: st13runtime_error
init blockindex (): error opening database environment Corruption: bad record length
C:|Users...bitcoindark-qt.exe

Tried several times- same result.

OS is windows 7 64 bit

Presumably, same as for sync problems I'll need to download a new wallet but the link on the op https://mega.nz/#!ooZAmBwL!ghTTgRvGoa7zhoCMjxs-aJD56CGXSY17YI9cjcZ83Sw is for  an auto-conf.rar file


On the website http://bitcoindark.com the wallet link reads "Download Soon"

where can I download the QT wallet?

Thanks.
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March 06, 2016, 10:08:32 AM
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i downloaded the btcd wallet from the main ANN page 1 for windows and the SHA-1 Hash is different, i got
A5C13C0234302DBEA78065EA166E69725A6F997A

this is different than what is listed on page 1.

i used http://onlinemd5.com/ to get the SHA-1 hash. 

where do i download the btcd wallet from?


Which wallet did you download, osx or windows?


Thanks for responding. i downloaded the windows version.

The checksum is for the .rar file, not the individual QT file within it.  I rechecked it and it is correct
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March 06, 2016, 10:16:52 AM
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Hi All,

Started up my qt wallet and just as the "Verifying database integrity" process ended got the following message

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Runaway exception

A fatal error occurred.

EXCEPTION: st13runtime_error
init blockindex (): error opening database environment Corruption: bad record length
C:|Users...bitcoindark-qt.exe

Tried several times- same result.

OS is windows 7 64 bit

Presumably, same as for sync problems I'll need to download a new wallet but the link on the op https://mega.nz/#!ooZAmBwL!ghTTgRvGoa7zhoCMjxs-aJD56CGXSY17YI9cjcZ83Sw is for  an auto-conf.rar file


On the website http://bitcoindark.com the wallet link reads "Download Soon"

where can I download the QT wallet?

Thanks.

No, that is the correct wallet download. The .rar contains the QT and already which also includes the config.

Also, anyone having sync issues, download and replace your peers.dat.  Can be found on the OP in the wallet section.
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March 06, 2016, 10:58:36 AM
Last edit: March 07, 2016, 08:41:53 PM by 4emily
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Thanks Azeh for your fast reply  Smiley

Given the error I got,

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Runaway exception

A fatal error occurred.

EXCEPTION: st13runtime_error
init blockindex (): error opening database environment Corruption: bad record length
C:|Users...bitcoindark-qt.exe


which of the existing files should I remove from the roaming folder before I start resyncing?


I assume I'll need at least to remove the existing wallet.dat file and replace it with an earlier back up - the wallet is backed up each day after staking. Should I choose the most recent back-up to use or would that have been affected by the runtime error?

The reason I ask is because when I last staked the wallet - on Friday - the last 3 mining rewards were all rejected. Could this somehow be related to the runtime error?

Also, given that the error wasn't a syncing error do I still need (as per step 5 on the OP) to replace the existing peers.dat with the peers.dat from here: https://yadi.sk/d/kN7-KnNsewy45


Many thanks for your help :-)
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Whoa, 9K sell wall
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Gavin Andreson : "There are lots of optimizations needed, and lots of ideas for best way to optimize.  I am very happy to see things like the 'iguana' project that is single-mindedly focusing on techniques to improve performance"




Amazing ... is that a tweet from Gavin Andreson praising Iguana, or a private chat log?
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Gavin Andreson : "There are lots of optimizations needed, and lots of ideas for best way to optimize.  I am very happy to see things like the 'iguana' project that is single-mindedly focusing on techniques to improve performance"




Amazing ... is that a tweet from Gavin Andreson praising Iguana, or a private chat log?

looks like a slack chat log






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March 07, 2016, 01:39:23 AM
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Congrats jl777! Some well deserved recognition from one of the bitcoin elders

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March 07, 2016, 12:23:20 PM
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I'm gonna have to go ahead and echo all of the positive sentiment regarding Gavin's comments on Iguana.

Nicely done James....great to see all of your 12-16 hour days aren't going unnoticed!  Not only is all of your hard work and long hours being recognized, your work is raising the eyebrows of some of the top Bitcoin developers on the planet. Not too shabby Cool


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