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February 02, 2015, 12:03:53 AM
Last edit: February 02, 2015, 06:45:56 AM by etoque
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With all tutorial done its time to push PR  Cheesy You give a nice infrastructure, its more user friendly now  !

This is going big  Smiley


Great work guys
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February 02, 2015, 10:11:36 AM
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When I unlock the wallet for staking, within a few seconds maybe a minute, this happens every time. Windows 7.



Edit: Well it used to be that it'd only crash when unlocked for staking, but moments ago the same has happened, this time the wallet was still locked.

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February 02, 2015, 10:52:50 AM
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When I unlock the wallet for staking, within a few seconds maybe a minute, this happens every time. Windows 7.
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Edit: Well it used to be that it'd only crash when unlocked for staking, but moments ago the same has happened, this time the wallet was still locked.

Hello Mineotaur, when did the issue occurs ?
-just after downloading the new wallet ?
-with the old wallet ?

did you try to do a fresh install like RCan06 posted: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=778720.msg10296855#msg10296855
if you are aware with Windows 7: you can try to check your last download: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=778720.msg10320069#msg10320069

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February 02, 2015, 11:48:41 AM
Last edit: February 02, 2015, 12:38:55 PM by Mineotaur
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When I unlock the wallet for staking, within a few seconds maybe a minute, this happens every time. Windows 7.
...
Edit: Well it used to be that it'd only crash when unlocked for staking, but moments ago the same has happened, this time the wallet was still locked.

Hello Mineotaur, when did the issue occurs ?
-just after downloading the new wallet ?
-with the old wallet ?

did you try to do a fresh install like RCan06 posted: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=778720.msg10296855#msg10296855

I downloaded the new wallet a few days ago. It's the only OPAL wallet i've installed. It opened, synced fully, received coins, all seemed good. When I unlocked for staking it crashed. It has done this every time since, and most recently it has begun crashing even without the wallet being unlocked.
I'll try deleting all but wallet.dat in roaming now, then hope it will run for long enough to resync. Will report back.

Edit: deleted everything in roaming, reopened wallet, it synced for a few mins then crashed as before.

Edit 2: restored fully synced roaming files. launched qt. crashed again. this time i was able to access debug.log - don't know if this might prove helpful?

getblocks 135028 to 00000000000000000000 limit 500
getblocks stopping at limit 135527 6ba5141ae2743f58d930

******* exception encountered *******
trying connection [2001:41d0:8:6107::]:50990 lastseen=4.3hrs
connection timeout


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February 02, 2015, 01:18:43 PM
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I downloaded the new wallet a few days ago. It's the only OPAL wallet i've installed. It opened, synced fully, received coins, all seemed good. When I unlocked for staking it crashed. It has done this every time since, and most recently it has begun crashing even without the wallet being unlocked.
I'll try deleting all but wallet.dat in roaming now, then hope it will run for long enough to resync. Will report back.

Edit: deleted everything in roaming, reopened wallet, it synced for a few mins then crashed as before.
Edit 2: restored fully synced roaming files. launched qt. crashed again. this time i was able to access debug.log:

getblocks 135028 to 00000000000000000000 limit 500
getblocks stopping at limit 135527 6ba5141ae2743f58d930

******* exception encountered *******
trying connection [2001:41d0:8:6107::]:50990 lastseen=4.3hrs
connection timeout



in C:\Users\Yourname\Appdata\Roaming\Opalcoin
did you have a opalcoin.conf file which contains the nodes below when you edit it ?
Code:
addnode=46.165.209.144
addnode=54.64.155.117
addnode=79.32.104.81
addnode=192.241.222.102
addnode=173.199.124.185
addnode=65.30.37.95

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February 02, 2015, 01:22:42 PM
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I downloaded the new wallet a few days ago. It's the only OPAL wallet i've installed. It opened, synced fully, received coins, all seemed good. When I unlocked for staking it crashed. It has done this every time since, and most recently it has begun crashing even without the wallet being unlocked.
I'll try deleting all but wallet.dat in roaming now, then hope it will run for long enough to resync. Will report back.

Edit: deleted everything in roaming, reopened wallet, it synced for a few mins then crashed as before.
Edit 2: restored fully synced roaming files. launched qt. crashed again. this time i was able to access debug.log:

getblocks 135028 to 00000000000000000000 limit 500
getblocks stopping at limit 135527 6ba5141ae2743f58d930

******* exception encountered *******
trying connection [2001:41d0:8:6107::]:50990 lastseen=4.3hrs
connection timeout




in C:\Users\Yourname\Appdata\Roaming\Opalcoin
did you have a opalcoin.conf file which contains the nodes below when you edit it ?
Code:
addnode=46.165.209.144
addnode=54.64.155.117
addnode=79.32.104.81
addnode=192.241.222.102
addnode=173.199.124.185
addnode=65.30.37.95


qt connects and syncs perfectly well before crashing, so i haven't added opalcoin.conf, and there's not one there by default. should i try adding one?

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February 02, 2015, 01:26:39 PM
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qt connects and syncs perfectly well before crashing, so i haven't added opalcoin.conf, and there's not one there by default. should i try adding one?
Yes, just open a notepad and type:
Code:
addnode=46.165.209.144
addnode=54.64.155.117
addnode=79.32.104.81
addnode=192.241.222.102
addnode=173.199.124.185
addnode=65.30.37.95

Then "save as" opalcoin.conf (beware not to save as opalcoin.conf.txt)
cut/paste it into C:\Users\Yourname\Appdata\Roaming\Opalcoin
and test again please.

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February 02, 2015, 01:53:25 PM
Last edit: February 02, 2015, 04:27:18 PM by Mineotaur
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qt connects and syncs perfectly well before crashing, so i haven't added opalcoin.conf, and there's not one there by default. should i try adding one?
Yes, just open a notepad and type:
Code:
addnode=46.165.209.144
addnode=54.64.155.117
addnode=79.32.104.81
addnode=192.241.222.102
addnode=173.199.124.185
addnode=65.30.37.95

Then "save as" opalcoin.conf (beware not to save as opalcoin.conf.txt)
cut/paste it into C:\Users\Yourname\Appdata\Roaming\Opalcoin
and test again please.
done.
and crashed again.

thanks for trying to help, but i can't spend any more time on this, i'll have to check back in the future.

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February 02, 2015, 02:12:23 PM
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there is an IPV6 connection on port 50990 which fails.
Ok, next time, try to disable IPV6 connections, just to test.
Close your wallets.

Right click your connection at the bottom left of your desktop.
Click Open the Network and Sharing Center
Click View network connections:

Right-click the connection that you use, and then click Properties. (Administrator permission required), confirm.
Click the Networking tab. Uncheck Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6) then click OK and validate parameters before quit if asked.

wait 30 seconds.
Open your wallet

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February 02, 2015, 02:52:41 PM
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Opal [ANN] translated into french and topic started on bitcointalk: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=943159.msg10333612#msg10333612

How to mine Opal translation in french added to https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=943159.msg10333612#msg10333612

Gemlock DNS checking translated into french and added to https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=943159.msg10333612#msg10333612

"Opalcoin community page" created on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/opalcommunity

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February 03, 2015, 03:16:53 AM
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https://soundcloud.com/supernetradio/colored-coins-explained-by-dev
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February 03, 2015, 04:21:29 AM
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With all tutorial done its time to push PR  Cheesy You give a nice infrastructure, its more user friendly now  !

This is going big  Smiley


Great work guys



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February 03, 2015, 09:47:35 AM
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Opal To da moon ?

thanks RCan06 for your tuto, here is a pic for you: (here in low res to fit BCT format, hi-res in slack)


AH 23f #06 RCan06 "Opalite"


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February 03, 2015, 06:10:50 PM
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Woohoo thanks! Looks nice an quiet compared to our yet evolved technology of today! Perhaps using high efficiency Ion thrusters? If so we might as well explore beyond the moon!

Also great interview BASS, listened to the whole thing, helped me get a greater grasp on coloured coins (lol @ the comment about 'color' vs 'colour'...Americans and their 'English' Tongue)

The potentials are very fascinating though, and some are definitely futuristic thinking (like engaging your car with a token) these thoughts are what excites me about crypto, so many groundbreaking ideas.
Also coin-gateway will be a great addition! Killin' it man, like I mentioned before OPAL keeps my on my toes, looks like a lot of future plans!



Colo(u)r-coins are also a perfect fit for OPAL, considering the beauty of the gem (I presume) OPAL gets it name from:



Opal logo made from Opal!
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February 04, 2015, 12:36:25 PM
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Thanks RCan06, Your logo has been used and added to the Facebook opalcoin community:

https://www.facebook.com/opalcommunity

please guys, share & like Smiley

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February 04, 2015, 06:58:54 PM
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Here is the the colored opal FAQ, also known as the colored coin FAQ, it will be edited as questions come.

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What is colored coin and colored opal ?
By coloring an opal you turn it into a token that represents anything you want to trade: Shares, Gold, Houses, Artwork, Commodities....
Colored Coins enable us to create Smart Property on top of the Opal blockchain.

Smart properties are transferable like tickets and certificates, and in addition, every particular smart property is both unique and atomic. Only one smart property of a given identifier can be created, and once created it may not be subdivided.
Smart properties can be used to indicate ownership of an unique real-world asset.

Do i need a specific wallet to use Colored opal ?
Yes, you need an color-aware wallet: the colorcore web wallet

What features is included in the Colorcore?
the Colorcore includes:
-Client Side Encryption: Nobody can't touch your funds.
-Easy Crowdfunding Tools
-A colored coins block explorer
-2 Factor Authentification
-and more...

What is the benefit of colored opal ?
Instead of just sending cash through the Opal network, you can use it to trade anything you want.
With colored opal we can explore new possibilities like advanced financial tools, smart contracts and peer-to-peer exchange over the Internet.
Colored coins adds a new layer to Opal that make it much more useful.

How can i get colored opal ?
There’s no need to purchase extra coins, just use regular Opal and the colorcore wallet to create and transfer assets.

Do i need development skills to create such property, such asset ? on top of the Opal Blockchain ?
No, you dont need any technical skills to create colored coins.

Do you need to change the protocol ?
No, you must see colored opal technology as an implementation in the form of a floating set of specifications that can be implemented in third-party Qt clients, rather than in the protocol itself.

Did colored opal work with opaque technology ?
Not currently...

Is colored opal value as the same value as classic opal ?
Yes, an opal is an opal, but you should see a colored coins as a tool: a token, a title, a key...
color a coin is like writing something unique on it.
A good example is: color a coin which represents the car and who owns that coin owns the car.
A futuristic example will be: Only people who sign an address holding a colored coin can use that car.
The buyer gives you 10,000 Opals, and you give him the colored coins, the key which allow the buyer (and nobody else) to open it, start it... use it.

Can i modify a colored opal into a classic opal ?
Yes.

Does colored coin need a centralized "coloring transaction server", are there nodes that do the verification and storage?
No, it is completly decentralized.

How does this technically work?
for such technical approach, please read: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1AnkP_cVZTCMLIzw4DvsW6M8Q2JC0lIzrTLuoWu2z1BE/edit#

What is the limit of colored opal ?
Your, Our imaginations. You are free to link anything which can be trade...  without central authority, notarial act, or middlemen...
to give you ideas, let's list examples:

-Shares A company could issue colored coins representing shares. The shares could then be traded frictionlessly through the Opal infrastructure.
-Backed coin A bank could issue colored coins backed by a cash reserve[/b]. People could withdraw and deposit money in colored coins, and trade those, or use them to pay for goods and services. The Blockchain becomes a system allowing to transact not only in Opal, but in any currency.

-Locks on cars or houses could be associated with a particular type of colored coins. The door would only open when presented with a wallet containing that specific coin.

-Tickets are transferable bearer tokens which are designed to be eventually redeemed for some kind of real world value.
Examples of tickets include:
Event entry passes
Store coupons and special offers
Frequent flyer miles and other redeemable rewards

-Certificates are transferable and redeemable in the same manner as tickets, and they additionally entitle the bearer to some kind of revenue paid through the blockchain.
Certificates can be used for bearer securities, such as securitized loans, mortgages, bonds, and dividend-paying stocks.

....the potential is huge, we do not believe we have fully mapped out all the possibilities it opens up !



If you see question to add, please ask  Smiley

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February 04, 2015, 11:51:46 PM
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Hey guys, I usually don't like doing this, but Opal is a no-ico alt coin, and I've spent a lot of money building this community, and while I don't expect people to pay me a salary, it would be nice to cover some costs.  We've hired some world class developers to help us with the colored coins projects, and everything will come together nicely.

If you want to give us a token of your appreciation, you can donate to:

Opal funds: oPALAKHWJGkS1ta1X6cPGFzegNCxWd8XzN
Opal opaque funds: smYkaH1uajAikhx8NeRqCEMVcnQkmYMa6U4DgQgZVN3owJb2uG6jynLaNpSDsMzGPcJCkrStwrmNNTX tM7q4g6pSZown9nCTrkvAab

If you donate a large amount, pm me, and i'll send you some supernet silver coins.

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February 05, 2015, 08:15:23 AM
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Hey guys, I usually don't like doing this, but Opal is a no-ico alt coin, and I've spent a lot of money building this community, and while I don't expect people to pay me a salary, it would be nice to cover some costs.  We've hired some world class developers to help us with the colored coins projects, and everything will come together nicely.

If you want to give us a token of your appreciation, you can donate to:

Opal funds: oPALAKHWJGkS1ta1X6cPGFzegNCxWd8XzN
Opal opaque funds: smYkaH1uajAikhx8NeRqCEMVcnQkmYMa6U4DgQgZVN3owJb2uG6jynLaNpSDsMzGPcJCkrStwrmNNTX tM7q4g6pSZown9nCTrkvAab

If you donate a large amount, pm me, and i'll send you some supernet silver coins.

~bass

+1 guys, if you are a regular poster here and you feel any bit of happiness or satisfaction with Opal's growth and development (which you'd be nuts not to if you've been here for any time..), then we should all be appreciative to keep OPAL's growth going!

Donated a few days ago to the old address in the OP: oW94MapZxD6WoKtjUK45QogZ6haXLqSQ4F , Hope it's still used! I'll add some to the OPAL fund Smiley

Cheers, and thanks for the work done!
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February 05, 2015, 11:45:17 AM
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Hello !

Opalcoin has been added to:



URL: https://coingateway.net

"CoinGateway acts as a bridge to enable you to purchase merchandise from retailers who accept only Bitcoin, with our range of supported alternate coins! Choose the coin you would like to spend, then simply enter the recipients Bitcoin address and desired amount and click Pay Now"

the very nice side is it's instant transaction !

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Good news. Will donate.
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