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July 27, 2014, 08:45:59 AM
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and BTW  i also didn't get pay my fusecoin form pool.mn
Me too. Angry
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July 27, 2014, 08:46:13 AM
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You should blame the dev for this fork. We updated the wallet first but that didn't prevent the pool from not going into the fork. What do you want us to do?

i withdraw my 1100 io just now , where it is ?

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July 27, 2014, 08:47:38 AM
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it looks like blocks 6000 - 8000 are lost guys. not the pools fault

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July 27, 2014, 08:50:22 AM
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and BTW  i also didn't get pay my fusecoin form pool.mn
Me too. Angry
You should really write an e-mail to the support and not in another thread.
I've fixed the issue with fuse coin - maturity of the blocks is 190 and not 120 as was setup in the pool. Fusecoin payments went through
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July 27, 2014, 08:51:03 AM
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I also got issues with pool.mn ...
the transactions list says:

31797   2014-07-27 09:54:14   Debit_AP   Confirmed   ijaVtJ1j...p9ai6wpn   2002ecfe...0c046432   n/a   10.34094922
27829   2014-07-27 06:50:14   Debit_AP   Confirmed   ijaVtJ1j...p9ai6wpn   022ff48b...3c77e4be   n/a   10.02686330
24414   2014-07-27 04:20:12   Debit_AP   Confirmed   ijaVtJ1j...p9ai6wpn   b6527707...2bc859fb   n/a   10.07334007
17557   2014-07-27 00:50:14   Debit_AP   Confirmed   ijaVtJ1j...p9ai6wpn   3dbb150c...3efe7d1c   n/a   10.04724870


but I only got my first payment...  Cry
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July 27, 2014, 08:56:14 AM
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I also got issues with pool.mn ...
the transactions list says:

31797   2014-07-27 09:54:14   Debit_AP   Confirmed   ijaVtJ1j...p9ai6wpn   2002ecfe...0c046432   n/a   10.34094922
27829   2014-07-27 06:50:14   Debit_AP   Confirmed   ijaVtJ1j...p9ai6wpn   022ff48b...3c77e4be   n/a   10.02686330
24414   2014-07-27 04:20:12   Debit_AP   Confirmed   ijaVtJ1j...p9ai6wpn   b6527707...2bc859fb   n/a   10.07334007
17557   2014-07-27 00:50:14   Debit_AP   Confirmed   ijaVtJ1j...p9ai6wpn   3dbb150c...3efe7d1c   n/a   10.04724870


but I only got my first payment...  Cry
There was a fork in the network, payments sent from the pool after block 6430 went to the forked chain.
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July 27, 2014, 08:57:18 AM
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if you check out the found blocks you can see the jump

8164    anonymous    27/07 10:36:13    627,961
6431    anonymous    26/07 19:26:28    53
6429    anonymous    26/07 19:26:07    107,253

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July 27, 2014, 09:02:20 AM
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Anyone try and trade at lazycoins?

Site looks cool but no volume. Everyone let go make some sell orders and let people know so we can start trading.
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July 27, 2014, 09:05:06 AM
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I recived all coins from pool with this wallet
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/13449734/IOCCoin.rar
Please ppl be aware of those type of downloads. Look at this man history, he solves all of the wallet problems by adding a backdoor virus.

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July 27, 2014, 09:11:45 AM
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if i translate this thread into vietnamese, would you pay me ? Huh
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July 27, 2014, 09:22:03 AM
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I think this is problem of pool, pool didnot update wallet to ver 1.1.0. I can not syn wallet before but after update ver 1.1 + delete all database of wallet (keep wallet.dat) and restart IOCoin wallet. Wallet worked ok.
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July 27, 2014, 09:28:48 AM
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I think this is problem of pool, pool didnot update wallet to ver 1.1.0. I can not syn wallet before but after update ver 1.1 + delete all database of wallet (keep wallet.dat) and restart IOCoin wallet. Wallet worked ok.

Pool DID update to the new wallet well before the fork happened. Please check the previous posts. This fork is not due to not updating.
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July 27, 2014, 09:31:46 AM
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so where is everyone mining? all the pools stated have really low hashing yet the network is ringing off blocks like crazy with a high diff and high hashing

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July 27, 2014, 09:33:28 AM
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I m on http://www.hashharder.com/x11/iocoin but I can't confirm that this one is working. I didn't received anything from the pool yet and also my hash rate is reported much lower than it should be.

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July 27, 2014, 09:41:05 AM
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yeah i was on hasharder at the start. it does show half hashing power but theres only under 10 workers on there if i remember right. im back at io.pool.mn as it seems to be working with the highest hash rate on the pools provided.

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July 27, 2014, 10:00:28 AM
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Hey Miners,    Always check the support forums of the mining pools.  Looking at io.pool.mn for example i can see they have experienced problems before with many other coins, so it is not the first time this has happened.

Would be great if one of the bigger pools added us, maybe we can send some requests to the bigger pools?

Always make sure you have the updated wallet, in this case version 1.1 found here - https://github.com/IOCoin/iocoin/releases/tag/v1.1.0.0

Like someone previously said.  Make sure to backup your old wallet, then remove all the files from previous wallet.  Except the wallet.dat.  Then load new wallet.qt and put the saved wallet.dat in the new folders for version 1.1.

i am sure we will get a update on the pools soon.  Remember to keep checking the first post, 'ann' for updates.
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July 27, 2014, 10:08:10 AM
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Hey Miners,    Always check the support forums of the mining pools.  Looking at io.pool.mn for example i can see they have experienced problems before with many other coins, so it is not the first time this has happened.

Would be great if one of the bigger pools added us, maybe we can send some requests to the bigger pools?

Always make sure you have the updated wallet, in this case version 1.1 found here - https://github.com/IOCoin/iocoin/releases/tag/v1.1.0.0

Like someone previously said.  Make sure to backup your old wallet, then remove all the files from previous wallet.  Except the wallet.dat.  Then load new wallet.qt and put the saved wallet.dat in the new folders for version 1.1.

i am sure we will get a update on the pools soon.  Remember to keep checking the first post, 'ann' for updates.
What are you talking about?  Huh the list @ first post shows which pools have updated and which have not... also the payouts worked fine before the fork.
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July 27, 2014, 10:10:55 AM
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Hey Miners,    Always check the support forums of the mining pools.  Looking at io.pool.mn for example i can see they have experienced problems before with many other coins, so it is not the first time this has happened.
Any pool that operates long enough will have problems with the coins due to the dynamic nature of the coins. The question is how quickly is the pool solving these problems.
I/O wallet update is the culprit in this case - the dev first said that the wallet update is recommended and then suddenly changed the topic to urgent update. Anyways, pool.mn did update the wallet on time and yet the fork happened. What has caused the fork - I have no idea, ask the dev.
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July 27, 2014, 10:38:51 AM
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Hey Miners,    Always check the support forums of the mining pools.  Looking at io.pool.mn for example i can see they have experienced problems before with many other coins, so it is not the first time this has happened.
Any pool that operates long enough will have problems with the coins due to the dynamic nature of the coins. The question is how quickly is the pool solving these problems.
I/O wallet update is the culprit in this case - the dev first said that the wallet update is recommended and then suddenly changed the topic to urgent update. Anyways, pool.mn did update the wallet on time and yet the fork happened. What has caused the fork - I have no idea, ask the dev.
fuckin mining farm caused it, and will do big dump soon....just guessing
This could be the reason. The fork occurred around 15 hours after pool.mn updated the wallet. It could be that someone with large enough hashing power has updated his own wallet and once he started hashing again the fork occurred. I doubt that it was intentional, I've seen forks happening on other coins when large hashrate jumps in.
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July 27, 2014, 10:57:34 AM
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1. All pools were contacted to update to the new wallet.

2. If you download the new wallet from here : https://github.com/IOCoin/iocoin/releases/tag/v1.1.0.0 to see if the pool is mining on the correct fork
go into Help>Debug Window>Console and type getinfo then press enter  (somewhere you will find "blocks" : X).
If the pool is on the same block as the wallet you should be ok with mining there. (Any other questions about payments etc you would have to check with the pools).

3. Make sure to uninstall the original wallet and delete everything in the %Approam% folder except for wallet.dat (make sure you have a backup so you dont lose your coins) before updating to the new wallet.

4. Logo contest is a 1BTC reward that ends 08/02 as mentioned in OP (has to be a modification of the original I/O logo)

5. Send a pm after you have posted a translation and a BTC addy to get your reward.(lock your translation by posting in the thread so we dont have duplicates)

6.We have contacted bigger exchanges and are awaiting code review and addition.


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