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April 10, 2015, 03:11:53 PM
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Opaltkn will get 25% of the dividends, opal will get 75%
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April 10, 2015, 03:29:16 PM
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nice dividends, ready for the snapshot  Cheesy

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April 10, 2015, 06:39:49 PM
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Hey guys long time lurker here Smiley
Following the news form a few posts up, i finally decided to install a wallet Smiley
But there was a bit of 'bad luck' here.  when i installed it, ran the opal-Qt.exe, i got an error message basically saying 'we don't know what is wrong, contact the devs'.  But.. after looking around for a while on this forum i tried it again, basically to copy the error message to post here.  and then.. it started without problem and its happily downloading the blockchain now Smiley

Now for me the problem is solved... but many other people will think it does not work and go do some other thing. So i still post it here as a bug. So just if anyone has same problem, just start it again.
i use win 7 home edition 64 bit.  The only 'weird' thing is, i did not install it on C:\
edit: the error message was (i think) from windows, not from opal

Hi Erik Goff !

Yes the reboot is always a good thing (as the old saying: in doubt reboot).
the deletion of the files located in the opalcoin folder*, except the wallet.dat  is another good thing...


Welcome aboard !

* (C:\Users\Yourusername\AppData\Roaming\Opalcoin)

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April 10, 2015, 06:43:37 PM
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Damn that bid side filled in fast, my buy order was top last night, now its buried Tongue

Hey guys long time lurker here Smiley
Following the news form a few posts up, i finally decided to install a wallet Smiley
But there was a bit of 'bad luck' here.  when i installed it, ran the opal-Qt.exe, i got an error message basically saying 'we don't know what is wrong, contact the devs'.  But.. after looking around for a while on this forum i tried it again, basically to copy the error message to post here.  and then.. it started without problem and its happily downloading the blockchain now Smiley

Now for me the problem is solved... but many other people will think it does not work and go do some other thing. So i still post it here as a bug. So just if anyone has same problem, just start it again.
i use win 7 home edition 64 bit.  The only 'weird' thing is, i did not install it on C:\
edit: the error message was (i think) from windows, not from opal

Thanks for the input Erik, there have been some errors with the wallet which have been discussed and are being worked on by the team. There is also an error popup when closing the wallet, but that will be fixed soon. Smiley
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April 10, 2015, 08:09:39 PM
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Final snapshot is in 3 hours
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Last edit: April 10, 2015, 08:47:01 PM by RCan06
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Final snapshot is in 3 hours

Darn, I have to be at work in 2.5 hours! Edit: Nevermind, I get what you mean by snapshot now, got some good buy orders filled an hour ago, so I feel better now!

Network weight climbing fast Shocked
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April 10, 2015, 08:59:40 PM
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Final snapshot is in 3 hours

Darn, I have to be at work in 2.5 hours! Edit: Nevermind, I get what you mean by snapshot now, got some good buy orders filled an hour ago, so I feel better now!

Network weight climbing fast Shocked

What trash is this we have here!!! Maybe I'll buy some and dump it into the ground troll!!! Bears win Bulls win...pigs get slaughtered!
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April 10, 2015, 09:02:16 PM
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Final snapshot is in 3 hours

Darn, I have to be at work in 2.5 hours! Edit: Nevermind, I get what you mean by snapshot now, got some good buy orders filled an hour ago, so I feel better now!

Network weight climbing fast Shocked

No need too troll our coin...
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April 10, 2015, 09:05:21 PM
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Final snapshot is in 3 hours

Darn, I have to be at work in 2.5 hours! Edit: Nevermind, I get what you mean by snapshot now, got some good buy orders filled an hour ago, so I feel better now!

Network weight climbing fast Shocked

No need too troll our coin...

Lol wow.. a sincere warning is not a troll. I'll check back with you in a few days. Keep it to PM if you feel the need to continue.
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April 10, 2015, 10:33:07 PM
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30 minutes until snapshot
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April 10, 2015, 11:09:41 PM
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How do I get the password to read the article on http://bitsofnews.net/ ?

the writing is probably in progress. we just got a small preview of what will come. you won't need a password when the article is finished.

btw. great idea to help the coin stabilize. i think real growth and prive movement is just coming with a bigger userbase but till this dividend program there wasn't a reason to stake for most users. i'm staking all my coins anyway, hope you all do the same Wink
opal has such a great base of developments. it just will take some time. people are so brainwashed with all these pnd. coins getting released, abused and killed in less than 2 weeks. waiting for a month is like a lifetime in crypto Wink

would also like to know if opaltkn is affected by this in any kind

Oh, ok, thank you Smiley!
Hello Nemanja, Here is the article:

Opal Announces Revolutionary Dividends Program
Los Angeles, California – April 10, 2015 – Whit Jack

In addition to its unique set of features, Opal announced today a revolutionary system of dividends
simply for holding the coin.
Opal today announced a system of revenue generating sites, the first one being bitsofnews.net, that
will have all revenue generated go back to Opal users through dividend payments.  This serves as
both an incentive for users to hold Opal, as well as holding them in their local wallets and cold
storage.
Opal believes that this will help create incentives for users to try out the coin, and will also encour-
age long term holding, because in addition to staking interest, there will be a steady flow of revenue
generating sites.
Opal is structured on a no premine, no ICO, no IPO basis, all funding and expenses are covered by
the development team.  It is because of this approach the team believes they can take Opal to the
pinnacle of innovation. They firmly believe in customer and investor feedback and welcome this to
further cement Opal’s position in real world adoption.

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April 10, 2015, 11:47:18 PM
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Great! I loooove dividends Grin ... and bitsofnews.net is very informative... Goodjob opal team
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April 11, 2015, 05:04:28 AM
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Where is the screenshot?
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April 11, 2015, 05:39:49 AM
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I agree, I think any posting helps bring attention and keeps us active,

Exactly.

So that includes my hard criticisms, and the explanations that disqualify any issues I raise.

Controversy keeps the thread alive, and more postings, which means better recognition on Bitcointalk.

So indirectly, I'm helping. A healthy debate on where Opal is going, just leads to more posts, more recognition, and more new people catching the wave.

Based on what I said, I think I should keep posting my thoughts because I'm actually helping here. Smiley Smiley

Opal today announced a system of revenue generating sites, the first one being bitsofnews.net, that
will have all revenue generated go back to Opal users through dividend payments.  This serves as
both an incentive for users to hold Opal, as well as holding them in their local wallets and cold
storage.

How is this better than holding and staking the normal way?

I went to bitsofnews.net and it is a complicated site. I wasn't sure as an Opal holder how I could earn more Opals via that site?

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April 11, 2015, 06:36:17 AM
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I agree, I think any posting helps bring attention and keeps us active,
Exactly.

So that includes my hard criticisms, and the explanations that disqualify any issues I raise.

Controversy keeps the thread alive, and more postings, which means better recognition on Bitcointalk.

So indirectly, I'm helping. A healthy debate on where Opal is going, just leads to more posts, more recognition, and more new people catching the wave.

Based on what I said, I think I should keep posting my thoughts because I'm actually helping here. Smiley Smiley

Can't argue here, debate is equally good, and creates discussion. Smiley

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Opal today announced a system of revenue generating sites, the first one being bitsofnews.net, that
will have all revenue generated go back to Opal users through dividend payments.  This serves as
both an incentive for users to hold Opal, as well as holding them in their local wallets and cold
storage.

How is this better than holding and staking the normal way?

I went to bitsofnews.net and it is a complicated site. I wasn't sure as an Opal holder how I could earn more Opals via that site?

I think a good explanation of the technicality's of how this works will come soon. I think it will add more insentive to stake, as you receive extra income besides that from staking, but I would like to know more as well!

Such as how exactly revenue is generated? Advertisements would be one way, views, taking payments for publishing articles. If advertisements are one way, then clicking them and giving them views would help generate revenue and thus greater dividends.  Another way would simply be spreading the word for the sites themselves, as the larger/higher profile they become (by views) the more revenue I'd can amuse we as opal holders would get.

I'd also be interested to know how often coin wallet snapshots are taken, randomly, daily, weekly? Randomly would keep people on there toes and provide more incentive to keep coins staking so they don't miss out. Daily would be fine as well, but perhaps if it was a fixed longer term interval people would catch on and move coins to wallet on those interval times.


It looks like there will be more sites to come http://bitsofnews.net/opal-announces-second-revenue-stream-for-dividends/ (still pass protected), which is fantastic. The idea is great, and looks to have great potential. Look forward to hearing more. Smiley
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April 11, 2015, 07:56:07 AM
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I agree, I think any posting helps bring attention and keeps us active,

Exactly.

So that includes my hard criticisms, and the explanations that disqualify any issues I raise.

Controversy keeps the thread alive, and more postings, which means better recognition on Bitcointalk.

So indirectly, I'm helping. A healthy debate on where Opal is going, just leads to more posts, more recognition, and more new people catching the wave.

Based on what I said, I think I should keep posting my thoughts because I'm actually helping here. Smiley Smiley
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Yes you are, Toldy, and i thank you for that.
Smiley

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April 11, 2015, 05:05:13 PM
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Ehm guys?... does your wallet also crash with some kind of windows C++ error or something?
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April 11, 2015, 05:07:42 PM
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yes crash also , so impossible for me to get my dividends yesterday
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April 11, 2015, 05:13:15 PM
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yes crash also , so impossible for me to get my dividends yesterday

Any fix?? Every time when it crashes it says that coins arent mature ...over and over... cant stake like this. My pc is the problem or the wallet?
PS: Have also multiple wallets staking... opal is only one of them which is crashing.. next time it crashes ill copy paste the error message ;P
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April 11, 2015, 11:49:59 PM
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yes crash also , so impossible for me to get my dividends yesterday

Any fix?? Every time when it crashes it says that coins arent mature ...over and over... cant stake like this. My pc is the problem or the wallet?
PS: Have also multiple wallets staking... opal is only one of them which is crashing.. next time it crashes ill copy paste the error message ;P

Hi Kartaba,

The first thing you can do is to:
-close your wallet and open the opalcoin folder located here:
Code:
C:\Users\Yourusername\AppData\Roaming\opalcoin
(remember you need to display the hidden folder in order to reach the Appdata folder)
-erase all the files and folder you found except your wallet.dat
-restart your wallet.

if you still encounter issue after this, PM me a copy/paste of your debug.log file located in:
Code:
C:\Users\Yourusername\AppData\Roaming\opalcoin

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