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Author Topic: [ANN][SLR] SolarCoin | PoW to PoS v. 2.0 | Solar Proof of Generation (§1 = 1MWh)  (Read 432611 times)
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September 28, 2015, 08:16:52 AM
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I'm having trouble synchronizing one of my wallets. It's trying to download blocks beyond the current, 835297. This may be due to people running older wallets. It may be necessary to update the next wallet (2.04) to reject any connections below 2.04. This had to be done for Feathercoin if I remember correctly when they were switching to a centralized coin structure.

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September 28, 2015, 08:25:07 AM
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Question 8:
With version 2.0.1 around, having been downloaded and available for installation, if anyone wants to get on the Lottery-Winning-Train, do they just install 2.0.1 and start staking millions of SLR? Which blockchain should they stick to for better results - the main 1.5 PoW blockchain, or the forked 2.0.3? With no blockchain explorer around, I bet the 2.0.1 version is the way to go if anyone wants to get into the billions of SLR within a day or two, without being noticed.

 Cool Edit: Any further code changes to PoST implementation MUST FIRST ensure 2.0.1 will not be allowed to stake on the blockchain.


I'm having trouble synchronizing one of my wallets. It's trying to download blocks beyond the current, 835297. This may be due to people running older wallets. It may be necessary to update the next wallet (2.04) to reject any connections below 2.04. This had to be done for Feathercoin if I remember correctly when they were switching to a centralized coin structure.

"It may be necessary to update the next wallet (2.04) to reject any connections below 2.04."
If there is a way to that, that will be great, this will solve (I guess) the concern in question 8.


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September 28, 2015, 08:27:55 AM
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Question 8:
With version 2.0.1 around, having been downloaded and available for installation, if anyone wants to get on the Lottery-Winning-Train, do they just install 2.0.1 and start staking millions of SLR? Which blockchain should they stick to for better results - the main 1.5 PoW blockchain, or the forked 2.0.3? With no blockchain explorer around, I bet the 2.0.1 version is the way to go if anyone wants to get into the billions of SLR within a day or two, without being noticed.

 Cool Edit: Any further code changes to PoST implementation MUST FIRST ensure 2.0.1 will not be allowed to stake on the blockchain.


I'm having trouble synchronizing one of my wallets. It's trying to download blocks beyond the current, 835297. This may be due to people running older wallets. It may be necessary to update the next wallet (2.04) to reject any connections below 2.04. This had to be done for Feathercoin if I remember correctly when they were switching to a centralized coin structure.

"It may be necessary to update the next wallet (2.04) to reject any connections below 2.04."
If there is a way to that, that will be great, this will solve (I guess) the concern in question 8.




It's quite possible and it's really only a couple of lines of code.

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September 28, 2015, 08:38:12 AM
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I'm having trouble synchronizing one of my wallets. It's trying to download blocks beyond the current, 835297. This may be due to people running older wallets. It may be necessary to update the next wallet (2.04) to reject any connections below 2.04. This had to be done for Feathercoin if I remember correctly when they were switching to a centralized coin structure.

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September 28, 2015, 08:40:44 AM
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Question 8:
With version 2.0.1 around, having been downloaded and available for installation, if anyone wants to get on the Lottery-Winning-Train, do they just install 2.0.1 and start staking millions of SLR? Which blockchain should they stick to for better results - the main 1.5 PoW blockchain, or the forked 2.0.3? With no blockchain explorer around, I bet the 2.0.1 version is the way to go if anyone wants to get into the billions of SLR within a day or two, without being noticed.

 Cool Edit: Any further code changes to PoST implementation MUST FIRST ensure 2.0.1 will not be allowed to stake on the blockchain.


I'm having trouble synchronizing one of my wallets. It's trying to download blocks beyond the current, 835297. This may be due to people running older wallets. It may be necessary to update the next wallet (2.04) to reject any connections below 2.04. This had to be done for Feathercoin if I remember correctly when they were switching to a centralized coin structure.

"It may be necessary to update the next wallet (2.04) to reject any connections below 2.04."
If there is a way to that, that will be great, this will solve (I guess) the concern in question 8.




It's quite possible and it's really only a couple of lines of code.

Will keep an eye on that for sure!

btw, one of the reasons I am still mostly on 1.5 is that I am expecting to test the process of the transition from 1.5 to 2.0.4 and the moment I get rejected from 1.5, or have no incentive at all to stay there even if I wanted to. Now replace "I" with "Anyone"...

Also I think I just found a solution to the sync problem as of now - get the 2.0.3 node list from here:
https://chainz.cryptoid.info/slr/#!network
and replace with it the contents of the SolarCoin.conf file in the C:\Users\...\AppData\Roaming\SolarCoin folder, then restart 2.0.3. Synced it right away for me after several attempts I did with the same unsuccessful results you quoted.
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September 28, 2015, 09:12:12 AM
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Question 8:
With version 2.0.1 around, having been downloaded and available for installation, if anyone wants to get on the Lottery-Winning-Train, do they just install 2.0.1 and start staking millions of SLR? Which blockchain should they stick to for better results - the main 1.5 PoW blockchain, or the forked 2.0.3? With no blockchain explorer around, I bet the 2.0.1 version is the way to go if anyone wants to get into the billions of SLR within a day or two, without being noticed.

 Cool Edit: Any further code changes to PoST implementation MUST FIRST ensure 2.0.1 will not be allowed to stake on the blockchain.


I'm having trouble synchronizing one of my wallets. It's trying to download blocks beyond the current, 835297. This may be due to people running older wallets. It may be necessary to update the next wallet (2.04) to reject any connections below 2.04. This had to be done for Feathercoin if I remember correctly when they were switching to a centralized coin structure.

"It may be necessary to update the next wallet (2.04) to reject any connections below 2.04."
If there is a way to that, that will be great, this will solve (I guess) the concern in question 8.




It's quite possible and it's really only a couple of lines of code.

Will keep an eye on that for sure!

btw, one of the reasons I am still mostly on 1.5 is that I am expecting to test the process of the transition from 1.5 to 2.0.4 and the moment I get rejected from 1.5, or have no incentive at all to stay there even if I wanted to. Now replace "I" with "Anyone"...

Also I think I just found a solution to the sync problem as of now - get the 2.0.3 node list from here:
https://chainz.cryptoid.info/slr/#!network
and replace with it the contents of the SolarCoin.conf file in the C:\Users\...\AppData\Roaming\SolarCoin folder, then restart 2.0.3. Synced it right away for me after several attempts I did with the same unsuccessful results you quoted.

I'm giving the .conf idea a try. I copy/pasted the original .conf file and then deleted the nodes from the original and pasted the list from the explorer.

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September 28, 2015, 09:24:31 AM
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I didn't like it. Wouldn't load at all. Reverted back to original .conf file.

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September 28, 2015, 09:43:13 AM
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I didn't like it. Wouldn't load at all. Reverted back to original .conf file.

May depend on the connectivity at the time of obtaining/using the list... it does say "Network Clients seen in the last 24 hours" so it's never "connected as of that moment". Guess I was lucky.
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September 28, 2015, 11:04:05 AM
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So here we are 14 hours later and I still can't stake. At this point i'm wondering why everyone else can stake while I need to ''earn stake time''?

I have restarted several times but still no luck,
so please tell me, how can I stake and support the network?
My spendable is constantly under 1 Solarcoin, even though I have a lot more than that.
So now I'm stuck in a scenario where I can't stake and I coulndn't even sell my coins if i wanted to since I cannot spend them.
Great

edit: When we upgrade to 2.04 do we keep our wallet.dat files or should we load old ones from 1.5?
Do the interest payments we already found count towards our balance?
Again, I think we should orphan them and restart staking in a fair way where no one just coincidentally misses the first 3 days of blocks because something doesn't work, but then again thats just my opinion and it doesn't count for much.
Everyone should be able to stake and earn rewards from the moment POST starts.
and this has not been the case
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September 28, 2015, 12:00:39 PM
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So here we are 14 hours later and I still can't stake. At this point i'm wondering why everyone else can stake while I need to ''earn stake time''?

I have restarted several times but still no luck,
so please tell me, how can I stake and support the network?
My spendable is constantly under 1 Solarcoin, even though I have a lot more than that.
So now I'm stuck in a scenario where I can't stake and I coulndn't even sell my coins if i wanted to since I cannot spend them.
Great

edit: When we upgrade to 2.04 do we keep our wallet.dat files or should we load old ones from 1.5?
Do the interest payments we already found count towards our balance?
Again, I think we should orphan them and restart staking in a fair way where no one just coincidentally misses the first 3 days of blocks because something doesn't work, but then again thats just my opinion and it doesn't count for much.
Everyone should be able to stake and earn rewards from the moment POST starts.
and this has not been the case
Your opinion matters just as much as every one else, we are a community of equals here.
Although I have not really earned any interest yet even though my wallet has been running from the start of POST i don't think a reset should be considered unless absolutely necessary.
I'm still confused as to how exactly the staking works as I am currently staking 2.7k SLR even though i have much more than that. Currently I have won a block which paid out a hefty 0.255 SLR!

 

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September 28, 2015, 12:27:09 PM
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So here we are 14 hours later and I still can't stake. At this point i'm wondering why everyone else can stake while I need to ''earn stake time''?

I have restarted several times but still no luck,
so please tell me, how can I stake and support the network?
My spendable is constantly under 1 Solarcoin, even though I have a lot more than that.
So now I'm stuck in a scenario where I can't stake and I coulndn't even sell my coins if i wanted to since I cannot spend them.
Great

edit: When we upgrade to 2.04 do we keep our wallet.dat files or should we load old ones from 1.5?
Do the interest payments we already found count towards our balance?
Again, I think we should orphan them and restart staking in a fair way where no one just coincidentally misses the first 3 days of blocks because something doesn't work, but then again thats just my opinion and it doesn't count for much.
Everyone should be able to stake and earn rewards from the moment POST starts.
and this has not been the case
Your opinion matters just as much as every one else, we are a community of equals here.
Although I have not really earned any interest yet even though my wallet has been running from the start of POST i don't think a reset should be considered unless absolutely necessary.
I'm still confused as to how exactly the staking works as I am currently staking 2.7k SLR even though i have much more than that. Currently I have won a block which paid out a hefty 0.255 SLR!

 

Yes but any idea why I am unable to stake? It worked fine for a few hours and then I had to restart my computer... now all it says its: ''earning stake time''
I have tried disabling and re-enabling staking, restarting the wallet and reloading the blockchain. nothing seems to work
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September 28, 2015, 12:27:55 PM
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So here we are 14 hours later and I still can't stake. At this point i'm wondering why everyone else can stake while I need to ''earn stake time''?

I have restarted several times but still no luck,
so please tell me, how can I stake and support the network?
My spendable is constantly under 1 Solarcoin, even though I have a lot more than that.
So now I'm stuck in a scenario where I can't stake and I coulndn't even sell my coins if i wanted to since I cannot spend them.
Great

edit: When we upgrade to 2.04 do we keep our wallet.dat files or should we load old ones from 1.5?
Do the interest payments we already found count towards our balance?
Again, I think we should orphan them and restart staking in a fair way where no one just coincidentally misses the first 3 days of blocks because something doesn't work, but then again thats just my opinion and it doesn't count for much.
Everyone should be able to stake and earn rewards from the moment POST starts.
and this has not been the case
Your opinion matters just as much as every one else, we are a community of equals here.
Although I have not really earned any interest yet even though my wallet has been running from the start of POST i don't think a reset should be considered unless absolutely necessary.
I'm still confused as to how exactly the staking works as I am currently staking 2.7k SLR even though i have much more than that. Currently I have won a block which paid out a hefty 0.255 SLR!

 

Yes but any idea why I am unable to stake? It worked fine for a few hours and then I had to restart my computer... now all it says its: ''earning stake time''
I have tried disabling and re-enabling staking, restarting the wallet and reloading the blockchain. nothing seems to work
Any ideas anyone?

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September 28, 2015, 12:58:50 PM
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So here we are 14 hours later and I still can't stake. At this point i'm wondering why everyone else can stake while I need to ''earn stake time''?

I have restarted several times but still no luck,
so please tell me, how can I stake and support the network?
My spendable is constantly under 1 Solarcoin, even though I have a lot more than that.
So now I'm stuck in a scenario where I can't stake and I coulndn't even sell my coins if i wanted to since I cannot spend them.
Great

edit: When we upgrade to 2.04 do we keep our wallet.dat files or should we load old ones from 1.5?
Do the interest payments we already found count towards our balance?
Again, I think we should orphan them and restart staking in a fair way where no one just coincidentally misses the first 3 days of blocks because something doesn't work, but then again thats just my opinion and it doesn't count for much.
Everyone should be able to stake and earn rewards from the moment POST starts.
and this has not been the case
Your opinion matters just as much as every one else, we are a community of equals here.
Although I have not really earned any interest yet even though my wallet has been running from the start of POST i don't think a reset should be considered unless absolutely necessary.
I'm still confused as to how exactly the staking works as I am currently staking 2.7k SLR even though i have much more than that. Currently I have won a block which paid out a hefty 0.255 SLR!

 

Yes but any idea why I am unable to stake? It worked fine for a few hours and then I had to restart my computer... now all it says its: ''earning stake time''
I have tried disabling and re-enabling staking, restarting the wallet and reloading the blockchain. nothing seems to work

Try re-scanning the wallet?

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I'm having trouble synchronizing one of my wallets. It's trying to download blocks beyond the current, 835297. This may be due to people running older wallets. It may be necessary to update the next wallet (2.04) to reject any connections below 2.04. This had to be done for Feathercoin if I remember correctly when they were switching to a centralized coin structure.

Hi corather,

You may need to remove blk0001.dat and txleveldb and re-sync using the "File->Reload Blockchain" feature.  2.0.4 is coming out within the hour, so you may want to wait for that.  2.0.4 will block connections from protocol version 70003.  The newest protocol version is 70004.

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y_virtual,

You are not a community supporting member when you behave like this.  Everyone here, myself included, is an investor in this technology.  Why do you try to divide and spread dissension here?  The only chain that matters is the one we all want to see succeed.  You are not contributing to that effort.

-Steve

EDIT: The 22 nodes on 1.5 and the 5 nodes on 2.0.1 are not supporting the network, thus the slow block rate (and likely other symptoms).  If more of the 34M coins were being staked, the health of the network would greatly improve.  2.0.4 should consume significantly less CPU, as well. I'll know more in the morning.

EDIT2: I'd also like to state, I will not be providing support for wallets that have issues updating from the 1.5 fork back on to the main chain.  I simply do not have the resources to do that.  (The only thing I will suggest is wiping the data dir, except wallet.dat, and running 2.0.4).


Re-posting here, so that I don't forget what I was doing here.

Thanks for your support, y_virtual.

-Steve

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Question 8:
With version 2.0.1 around, having been downloaded and available for installation, if anyone wants to get on the Lottery-Winning-Train, do they just install 2.0.1 and start staking millions of SLR? Which blockchain should they stick to for better results - the main 1.5 PoW blockchain, or the forked 2.0.3? With no blockchain explorer around, I bet the 2.0.1 version is the way to go if anyone wants to get into the billions of SLR within a day or two, without being noticed.

 Cool Edit: Any further code changes to PoST implementation MUST FIRST ensure 2.0.1 will not be allowed to stake on the blockchain.


I'm having trouble synchronizing one of my wallets. It's trying to download blocks beyond the current, 835297. This may be due to people running older wallets. It may be necessary to update the next wallet (2.04) to reject any connections below 2.04. This had to be done for Feathercoin if I remember correctly when they were switching to a centralized coin structure.

"It may be necessary to update the next wallet (2.04) to reject any connections below 2.04."
If there is a way to that, that will be great, this will solve (I guess) the concern in question 8.




It's quite possible and it's really only a couple of lines of code.

Will keep an eye on that for sure!

btw, one of the reasons I am still mostly on 1.5 is that I am expecting to test the process of the transition from 1.5 to 2.0.4 and the moment I get rejected from 1.5, or have no incentive at all to stay there even if I wanted to. Now replace "I" with "Anyone"...

Also I think I just found a solution to the sync problem as of now - get the 2.0.3 node list from here:
https://chainz.cryptoid.info/slr/#!network
and replace with it the contents of the SolarCoin.conf file in the C:\Users\...\AppData\Roaming\SolarCoin folder, then restart 2.0.3. Synced it right away for me after several attempts I did with the same unsuccessful results you quoted.

I'm giving the .conf idea a try. I copy/pasted the original .conf file and then deleted the nodes from the original and pasted the list from the explorer.

One thing you may need to do (just before getting 2.0.4 installed) is delete peers.dat from your data directory.  Nodes on protocol version 70003 are likely DoSing nodes on 70004.

-Steve

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September 28, 2015, 01:39:17 PM
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So here we are 14 hours later and I still can't stake. At this point i'm wondering why everyone else can stake while I need to ''earn stake time''?

I have restarted several times but still no luck,
so please tell me, how can I stake and support the network?
My spendable is constantly under 1 Solarcoin, even though I have a lot more than that.
So now I'm stuck in a scenario where I can't stake and I coulndn't even sell my coins if i wanted to since I cannot spend them.
Great

edit: When we upgrade to 2.04 do we keep our wallet.dat files or should we load old ones from 1.5?
Do the interest payments we already found count towards our balance?
Again, I think we should orphan them and restart staking in a fair way where no one just coincidentally misses the first 3 days of blocks because something doesn't work, but then again thats just my opinion and it doesn't count for much.
Everyone should be able to stake and earn rewards from the moment POST starts.
and this has not been the case
Your opinion matters just as much as every one else, we are a community of equals here.
Although I have not really earned any interest yet even though my wallet has been running from the start of POST i don't think a reset should be considered unless absolutely necessary.
I'm still confused as to how exactly the staking works as I am currently staking 2.7k SLR even though i have much more than that. Currently I have won a block which paid out a hefty 0.255 SLR!

 

I have the same issue myself.  I bought 50000 SLR and they have not earned interest yet either,  It should be resolved in 2.0.4 with the new interest calculation method.

-Steve

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September 28, 2015, 01:41:47 PM
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... Nodes on protocol version 70003 are likely DoSing nodes on 70004.

-Steve


Is this what you're referring to?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Denial-of-service_attack

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All,

I will be posting 2.0.4 very soon (hopefully within an hour or two). I just need to re-compile all the wallets and upload them to the web server.  i wanted to run another testnet, which was successful.  I have also confirmed that the RTI changes I made to the Average Stake Weight function are working and you will be happy to have a smaller carbon footprint with 2.0.4.

Note: In 2.0.4, you will still earn 10% interest up to block 836000, then it will switch to 2% going forward.

-Steve

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... Nodes on protocol version 70003 are likely DoSing nodes on 70004.

-Steve


Is this what you're referring to?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Denial-of-service_attack

No, it's much friendlier.  When a wallet node receives "bad data" from another wallet node, it flags the node with a DoS score.  When the score reaches 100 for a given node, it is removed from the list of reliable nodes and is no longer communicated with.  That information is stored in peers.dat, which is why I recommend removing it when upgrading to 2.0.4.

-Steve

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