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Author Topic: [ANN] Syscoin- FINAL 2.0 LAUNCHED! *ENCRYPTION, MARKETPLACE, BTC INTEGRATION*  (Read 582124 times)
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August 28, 2014, 08:55:00 PM
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Sorry if this has been answered elsewhere.

What are some common use cases for the certificates? Or rather, what could they be used for? I'm trying to wrap my head around what they are.

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August 28, 2014, 08:55:04 PM
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Volume is rising. Definitely a good sign.

Sys going to explode anytime now?

Probably!

Remember, I said it here first. Sys will be worth 5000 satoshi when the volume reaches it's critical mass.

Needed mining, new features. Probably even higher than that.
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August 28, 2014, 08:59:20 PM
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Sorry if this has been answered elsewhere.

What are some common use cases for the certificates? Or rather, what could they be used for? I'm trying to wrap my head around what they are.

Thought I'd post this as a lot of questions are flying around.
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I know this is very high level, but "This allows for the creation and free exchange of a any kind of digital asset such as stocks, bonds, ownership certificates, warranties, receipts, tickets, certifications, diplomas, software licenses."
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August 28, 2014, 09:00:10 PM
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Dan - exactly how does the Service Fee Regen work?

thanks in advance


Dan? Are you eMunie DEV?

I think Syscoin Dan will agree with eMunie Dan (me), that one crypto-currency at a time in development is plenty!! Smiley

Hey there Smiley I will 10000% agree. As will my fiance and the collective families of all the Syscoin team members- they've been lookin at us like this ->  Angry for the past week! But we are committed to doing this right!

Going to post more news on the upcoming plans for the week/weekend tonight. Remember we hard fork at block 17,000- about 7hrs from now! We will be monitoring the network as we cross over the fork point and for several hours following... then the real fun starts as we push into marketing the services, building demos / flows / adding enhancements and changes in line with some of the items JohnDorien was mentioning, etc. We'll also post an update on the Moolah situation sometime tomorrow, we're really focusing on the network / stability / performance tonight but Moolah is proving us with everything we need in this interim period although they do still hold the majority of the funds this isn't slowing down any progress.

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August 28, 2014, 09:12:46 PM
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Dan - exactly how does the Service Fee Regen work?

thanks in advance


Dan? Are you eMunie DEV?

I think Syscoin Dan will agree with eMunie Dan (me), that one crypto-currency at a time in development is plenty!! Smiley

Hey there Smiley I will 10000% agree. As will my fiance and the collective families of all the Syscoin team members- they've been lookin at us like this ->  Angry for the past week! But we are committed to doing this right!

Going to post more news on the upcoming plans for the week/weekend tonight. Remember we hard fork at block 17,000- about 7hrs from now! We will be monitoring the network as we cross over the fork point and for several hours following... then the real fun starts as we push into marketing the services, building demos / flows / adding enhancements and changes in line with some of the items JohnDorien was mentioning, etc. We'll also post an update on the Moolah situation sometime tomorrow, we're really focusing on the network / stability / performance tonight but Moolah is proving us with everything we need in this interim period although they do still hold the majority of the funds this isn't slowing down any progress.
nice to here. i knew you come good just knew it...thanks devs all will  be good soon Grin Grin Grin i really feel happy now..and a lot more confident in syscoin
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August 29, 2014, 12:16:15 AM
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August 29, 2014, 12:50:13 AM
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Volume is rising. Definitely a good sign.

Sys going to explode anytime now?

Probably!

Remember, I said it here first. Sys will be worth 5000 satoshi when the volume reaches it's critical mass.

Needed mining, new features. Probably even higher than that.

you are way too low: 50,000 sat!!!

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August 29, 2014, 01:00:13 AM
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By the way - In Celebration of the Fork at Block 17,000

I am going to give away 5,000 SYS in the form of a 10 Sys Bonus on 500 blocks found at the place where I mine

I am not permitted to advertise so - you'll have to look at my signature...

I don't want to get banned again for saying the 'P' word...  Roll Eyes

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August 29, 2014, 01:23:28 AM
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By the way - In Celebration of the Fork at Block 17,000

I am going to give away 5,000 SYS in the form of a 10 Sys Bonus on 500 blocks found at the place where I mine

I am not permitted to advertise so - you'll have to look at my signature...

I don't want to get banned again for saying the 'P' word...  Roll Eyes

^^^ +1 the pool he is talking about is one that has worked closely with the team, and has helped us to resolve numerous issues- we fully support them! We're are block 16813 as of this post... 187 blocks to go!! I'll be on IRC very soon! For party starts at block 16940 in IRC! Grin

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August 29, 2014, 01:41:32 AM
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By the way - In Celebration of the Fork at Block 17,000

I am going to give away 5,000 SYS in the form of a 10 Sys Bonus on 500 blocks found at the place where I mine

I am not permitted to advertise so - you'll have to look at my signature...

I don't want to get banned again for saying the 'P' word...  Roll Eyes

^^^ +1 the pool he is talking about is one that has worked closely with the team, and has helped us to resolve numerous issues- we fully support them! We're are block 16813 as of this post... 187 blocks to go!! I'll be on IRC very soon! For party starts at block 16940 in IRC! Grin

Yes, I've been very pleased with this pool!! Come join us people  Grin
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August 29, 2014, 01:43:00 AM
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Can I get some assistance with the following error?  I've had similar since .3
Deleted all but wallet.dat several times, running as admin.  Win 7 x64


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August 29, 2014, 01:49:08 AM
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So I take it you have to be mining at a pool that supports merged mining with SYS and someother ALT coin?

That is correct.. For now http://simpledoge.com. But more are planning to do it.

Yes, there will be plenty of pools doing it. Wink

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August 29, 2014, 02:00:41 AM
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Can I get some assistance with the following error?  I've had similar since .3
Deleted all but wallet.dat several times, running as admin.  Win 7 x64

http://i.imgur.com/dVVGa8q.png

Hopefully you backed up your wallet. Because if you did then just take a back up and put it into the folder. Then open the wallet and it should work.
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August 29, 2014, 02:10:14 AM
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Can I get some assistance with the following error?  I've had similar since .3
Deleted all but wallet.dat several times, running as admin.  Win 7 x64



Hopefully you backed up your wallet. Because if you did then just take a back up and put it into the folder. Then open the wallet and it should work.
Never did. Only a few hundred sys.  Hope there is another option though. Maybe a manual edit?

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August 29, 2014, 02:15:34 AM
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Can I get some assistance with the following error?  I've had similar since .3
Deleted all but wallet.dat several times, running as admin.  Win 7 x64



Hopefully you backed up your wallet. Because if you did then just take a back up and put it into the folder. Then open the wallet and it should work.
Never did. Only a few hundred sys.  Hope there is another option though. Maybe a manual edit?


Oh man, ya gotta get in the habit of doing that the very first thing you do with every wallet!!  I ALWAYS encrypt my wallet, shut it down, verify the wallet program did fully shut down via taskmanager (I do this step as if you copy the wallet.dat file while it is still open, you will wind up with a corrupted backup of your wallet file!).....then I create multiple backups before re-opening.  Then I create a new address to TEST the newly created and LOGGED pass phrase, only then will I deposit any coins in the wallet.

If your wallet.dat file became corrupted, I don't think there is anything you can do to recover them.......I could be wrong though.  Hope you get to your coins!
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August 29, 2014, 02:16:41 AM
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Do you have any kind of backup running that could possibly contain a slightly older version of your wallet.dat file prior to the issues?
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August 29, 2014, 02:24:18 AM
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Can I get some assistance with the following error?  I've had similar since .3
Deleted all but wallet.dat several times, running as admin.  Win 7 x64



Hopefully you backed up your wallet. Because if you did then just take a back up and put it into the folder. Then open the wallet and it should work.
Never did. Only a few hundred sys.  Hope there is another option though. Maybe a manual edit?


Oh man, ya gotta get in the habit of doing that the very first thing you do with every wallet!!  I ALWAYS encrypt my wallet, shut it down, verify the wallet program did fully shut down via taskmanager (I do this step as if you copy the wallet.dat file while it is still open, you will wind up with a corrupted backup of your wallet file!).....then I create multiple backups before re-opening.  Then I create a new address to TEST the newly created and LOGGED pass phrase, only then will I deposit any coins in the wallet.

If your wallet.dat file became corrupted, I don't think there is anything you can do to recover them.......I could be wrong though.  Hope you get to your coins!

You could try a private key recovery with PYWallet.  It's a real pain in the ass, but so far I have been able to recover every wallet I have worked on.  It can be rather time consuming depending how may transactions you have.  But if you have a good amount of coins it's worth it.

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August 29, 2014, 03:02:23 AM
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Was the Marketplace removed from the new update?
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August 29, 2014, 04:05:06 AM
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Do you have any kind of backup running that could possibly contain a slightly older version of your wallet.dat file prior to the issues?

I run acronis so I have something but, deciding to do a full disk recover for a few bucks worth of coins may not be worth it.  Thought of this, on the fence.



You could try a private key recovery with PYWallet.  It's a real pain in the ass, but so far I have been able to recover every wallet I have worked on.  It can be rather time consuming depending how may transactions you have.  But if you have a good amount of coins it's worth it.

Can you point me in the right direction for DOCs on said process or give me a step by step?  I'm sure I could probably duckduckgo (google alt) PYWallet...

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August 29, 2014, 04:06:05 AM
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Least I know that it's the actual wallet file that is the culprit here, correct?

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