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April 25, 2017, 02:51:33 PM
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sorry for my poor english , So everyone can't get this coin without GPU miner or other miner ?
This coin is "payment" for participating in https://folding.stanford.edu/
It's not "mined" or "staked" like other coins.

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April 25, 2017, 02:52:21 PM
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Is there a block-explorer available? Couldn't find any in the OP
https://counterpartychain.io/
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April 25, 2017, 02:58:45 PM
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sorry for my poor english , So everyone can't get this coin without GPU miner or other miner ?
This coin is "payment" for participating in https://folding.stanford.edu/
It's not "mined" or "staked" like other coins.

Thanks for helping out Wink

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April 25, 2017, 03:10:07 PM
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Thanks for helping out Wink
Just because I despise the fact that the coin is going nowhere doesn't mean that I will not help when/where I can. It is possible to be part of something and strongly disagree with the direction it is/isn't going in.  Wink

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April 25, 2017, 03:28:49 PM
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Thanks for helping out Wink
Just because I despise the fact that the coin is going nowhere doesn't mean that I will not help when/where I can. It is possible to be part of something and strongly disagree with the direction it is/isn't going in.  Wink

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Would welcome you to join the monthly meetup at the beginning of May, so we can address this. Would be nice to get some feedback and input on better directions you see.

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April 25, 2017, 03:30:46 PM
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It's very hard to setup a wallet....
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April 25, 2017, 03:36:46 PM
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Would welcome you to join the monthly meetup at the beginning of May, so we can address this. Would be nice to get some feedback and input on better directions you see.
Been there, done that (and in slack too).  Cry The result was essentially being told that nothing will ever change because "it works now" and "there's no reason to reinvent the wheel".

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April 25, 2017, 06:10:17 PM
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Would welcome you to join the monthly meetup at the beginning of May, so we can address this. Would be nice to get some feedback and input on better directions you see.
Been there, done that (and in slack too).  Cry The result was essentially being told that nothing will ever change because "it works now" and "there's no reason to reinvent the wheel".

Perhaps better to raise it during a meeting then. I'm not on slack that much, but will be at meeting.

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April 25, 2017, 06:28:08 PM
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It's very hard to setup a wallet....
What exactly? In case of using a counterwallet for example you don't need to setup anything, just enter to wallet and you will see your address.

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April 30, 2017, 12:48:04 AM
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It's very hard to setup a wallet....
What exactly? In case of using a counterwallet for example you don't need to setup anything, just enter to wallet and you will see your address.

I also find it very hard to know what is going on. If I, with a Phd, find it confusing you can be sure that lots of other people do. Plus, for every 1 person who actually bothers to post about this there are probably many more who don't bother.


There are also other issues with the project that make it hard to be involved in. I have been mining for a month, have received no money, have no idea what allocations of coin I earned, what type of coin it is, where it is going, if my wallet details are correct, what happens if they are not etc. I don't even know where to start.

I am probably going to stop using it (not in a huff or anything Tongue) as the effort to reward ratio is too high.

I really shouldn't need to come on a forum to try to understand basic things about a software I am using (assuming that people want it to be adopted)
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April 30, 2017, 05:15:06 AM
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It's very hard to setup a wallet....
What exactly? In case of using a counterwallet for example you don't need to setup anything, just enter to wallet and you will see your address.

I also find it very hard to know what is going on. If I, with a Phd, find it confusing you can be sure that lots of other people do. Plus, for every 1 person who actually bothers to post about this there are probably many more who don't bother.


There are also other issues with the project that make it hard to be involved in. I have been mining for a month, have received no money, have no idea what allocations of coin I earned, what type of coin it is, where it is going, if my wallet details are correct, what happens if they are not etc. I don't even know where to start.

I am probably going to stop using it (not in a huff or anything Tongue) as the effort to reward ratio is too high.

I really shouldn't need to come on a forum to try to understand basic things about a software I am using (assuming that people want it to be adopted)

The part about having to go to a forum to find out is kinda the way it goes with crypto usually. Since these are open source projects without marketing budgets, we rely on people coming to us, instead of us bringing the message to them.

I am quite interested which problems you found out. It sounds like you would have appreciated some more explanation when installing the all-in-one installer? How did you find out about the coin?


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May 06, 2017, 05:58:56 AM
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Was the FLDC prize already paid?
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May 06, 2017, 11:47:39 AM
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Was the FLDC prize already paid?
They usually go out somewhere between 6pm UTC on the 1st Saturday of the month and the end of the week after that.

Devs like to blame late payments on the BTC mempool; so, with 81+ MB in unconfirmed BTC tx, we might get payments for April sometime before September. Undecided

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May 06, 2017, 01:05:02 PM
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Was the FLDC prize already paid?
They usually go out somewhere between 6pm UTC on the 1st Saturday of the month and the end of the week after that.

Devs like to blame late payments on the BTC mempool; so, with 81+ MB in unconfirmed BTC tx, we might get payments for April sometime before September. Undecided

Haha if you have been around for a while you would know that full blocks are due to massive microtx and dust spam instigated by some shady elements of crypto society during major uptrends. It happened November, 2015, June and August, 2016 and is apparently happening again. I'm sure mempool will be naturally cleaned till the end of the current activation period.
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May 06, 2017, 01:58:27 PM
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Haha if you have been around for a while you would know that full blocks are due to massive microtx and dust spam instigated by some shady elements of crypto society during major uptrends. It happened November, 2015, June and August, 2016 and is apparently happening again. I'm sure mempool will be naturally cleaned till the end of the current activation period.
I've been around long enough to see devs delay payments for nearly a week (last month and the month before, if memory serves) and not even try to push until the mempool was under 10k, so 70-90k doesn't provide much hope.  Undecided

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May 07, 2017, 03:02:58 AM
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Well, they finally pushed the payments, relatively "on time", but.....


I've tried to make an FLDC transfer 4 different times and every time I get a pop-up message telling me I don't have enough BTC to make the transfer. This wouldn't be an issue, except for the fact that EVERY time I've deposited the amount of BTC "required", it changes to .0004 more than the last amount (i.e., 0.00113619, 0.00153619, 0.00153619,etc).

Yeah, Counterparty rocks.  Roll Eyes

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May 07, 2017, 03:35:03 AM
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Hey I just wanted to say great work with this project, I've followed it for some time and am glad to see people are still active Smiley

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May 07, 2017, 04:51:52 AM
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I received my reward. Thank you FLDC team
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May 07, 2017, 06:25:17 AM
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MAY MONTHLY MEETING

Yesterday we had the May monthly meeting. Miguel, the lead dev shows his agile development plan and we discuss some other things. With the recent price pump and dumps we discussed being more open and transparent about what we're working on, so the trading of our coin does not get too speculative.

You can see the vid here:

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May 08, 2017, 12:08:36 PM
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Yesterday I received on Tokenly Pockets my FLDC reward. Address - 12fjUEj9Unmyu1z1JqkLkQihNqiUHMyMxF
On Bittrex I made a new account, a new FLDC wallet with address - 1K24Xczvs1K753NVGwExZoDE1xhLaRFKYj
I sent the FLDC to the exchange more than 24h ago.

Here I see "Balance - Empty": https://chain.so/address/BTC/1K24Xczvs1K753NVGwExZoDE1xhLaRFKYj

https://counterpartychain.io/address/12fjUEj9Unmyu1z1JqkLkQihNqiUHMyMxF

Tokenly Pockets shows 0.0024748 BTC ($ 1.58) "You can perform 16 transactions".
Can someone give me advice, help? Or more waiting?

Thanks in advance
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