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Author Topic: [ANN][SLR] SolarCoin | PoW to PoS v. 2.0 | Solar Proof of Generation (§1 = 1MWh)  (Read 432485 times)
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November 09, 2016, 04:56:01 PM
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According to CryptoID / SLR Explorer there are just 14 wallets active on the 'correct' fork right now.  As this is out of 67 on 2.1.6 and 18 still on 2.1.1 (which is no longer valid I understand).

My wallet(s) are all now showing all [?] / orphaned blocks since the fork and it would seem to be better to shut them down rather than keep poisoning the well by being on the wrong one.

I have reloaded the blockchain, scanned the wallets, restarted over and over and frankly this is starting to look worrying.


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November 09, 2016, 05:30:57 PM
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According to CryptoID / SLR Explorer there are just 14 wallets active on the 'correct' fork right now.  As this is out of 67 on 2.1.6 and 18 still on 2.1.1 (which is no longer valid I understand).

My wallet(s) are all now showing all [?] / orphaned blocks since the fork and it would seem to be better to shut them down rather than keep poisoning the well by being on the wrong one.

I have reloaded the blockchain, scanned the wallets, restarted over and over and frankly this is starting to look worrying.


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suggest the following: update the file  solarcoin.conf with the list of 2.1.6 addnodes from chainz:   

1. shut down solarcoin.
2. find and open solarcoin.conf
3. replace with addnode list from chainz of 2.1.6.
4. restart, reload chain (download)
5. rescan wallet.

This will minimize noise from 2.1.1 from the start.  In the console you can use>  getpeerinfo to see the version and blockheight for each of the nodes you are connecting to. could even edit the solarcoin.conf file to start with nodes that are both 2.1.6 and have blockheight similar to figure shown in Chainz explorer. https://chainz.cryptoid.info/slr/#

addnode=104.243.243.215
addnode=104.40.180.191
addnode=106.188.97.66
addnode=108.2.63.62
addnode=109.92.226.147
addnode=121.99.234.213
addnode=122.58.152.232
addnode=122.58.156.103
addnode=124.169.44.143
addnode=13.95.228.73
addnode=137.74.194.42
addnode=140.96.96.34
addnode=162.243.214.120
addnode=174.57.197.124
addnode=174.57.202.216
addnode=176.9.61.40
addnode=176.9.65.41
addnode=177.237.140.73
addnode=178.239.212.149
addnode=181.49.47.233
addnode=193.62.194.254
addnode=193.63.220.237
addnode=2.25.219.139
addnode=2.30.78.124
addnode=202.161.30.214
addnode=213.214.73.240
addnode=213.91.205.134
addnode=216.252.93.239
addnode=218.153.165.108
addnode=222.237.184.208
addnode=24.184.112.226
addnode=24.45.125.112
addnode=31.153.53.171
addnode=37.112.117.122
addnode=40.112.185.197
addnode=46.177.125.194
addnode=46.251.115.205
addnode=46.4.66.6
addnode=47.90.61.29
addnode=49.125.2.84
addnode=5.53.251.3
addnode=50.110.249.40
addnode=64.56.26.26
addnode=73.10.58.144
addnode=73.148.159.177
addnode=73.220.153.187
addnode=77.117.40.57
addnode=78.23.178.34
addnode=78.46.23.222
addnode=78.83.197.46
addnode=80.110.126.158
addnode=80.84.176.209
addnode=81.135.94.111
addnode=81.157.7.7
addnode=81.165.11.25
addnode=81.247.156.211
addnode=81.82.241.123
addnode=82.102.115.59
addnode=89.215.51.199
addnode=89.25.80.98
addnode=90.40.180.202
addnode=90.61.194.24
addnode=92.135.209.175
addnode=93.106.236.196
addnode=94.173.60.137
addnode=94.226.224.181
addnode=94.65.89.195
addnode=95.208.92.30


Solarcoin (§ SLR) are like airmiles. Each 1 Mhw generated gets you §1 free. Solarcoins can purchase what others will trade: USD,BTC, Soy candles..etc.
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November 09, 2016, 05:48:04 PM
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According to CryptoID / SLR Explorer there are just 14 wallets active on the 'correct' fork right now.  As this is out of 67 on 2.1.6 and 18 still on 2.1.1 (which is no longer valid I understand).

My wallet(s) are all now showing all [?] / orphaned blocks since the fork and it would seem to be better to shut them down rather than keep poisoning the well by being on the wrong one.

I have reloaded the blockchain, scanned the wallets, restarted over and over and frankly this is starting to look worrying.


T






suggest the following: update the file  solarcoin.conf with the list of 2.1.6 addnodes from chainz:  

1. shut down solarcoin.
2. find and open solarcoin.conf
3. replace with addnode list from chainz of 2.1.6.
4. restart, reload chain (download)
5. rescan wallet.

This will minimize noise from 2.1.1 from the start.  In the console you can use>  getpeerinfo to see the version and blockheight for each of the nodes you are connecting to. could even edit the solarcoin.conf file to start with nodes that are both 2.1.6 and have blockheight similar to figure shown in Chainz explorer. https://chainz.cryptoid.info/slr/#

addnode=104.243.243.215
addnode=104.40.180.191
addnode=106.188.97.66
addnode=108.2.63.62
addnode=109.92.226.147
addnode=121.99.234.213
addnode=122.58.152.232
addnode=122.58.156.103
addnode=124.169.44.143
addnode=13.95.228.73
addnode=137.74.194.42
addnode=140.96.96.34
addnode=162.243.214.120
addnode=174.57.197.124
addnode=174.57.202.216
addnode=176.9.61.40
addnode=176.9.65.41
addnode=177.237.140.73
addnode=178.239.212.149
addnode=181.49.47.233
addnode=193.62.194.254
addnode=193.63.220.237
addnode=2.25.219.139
addnode=2.30.78.124
addnode=202.161.30.214
addnode=213.214.73.240
addnode=213.91.205.134
addnode=216.252.93.239
addnode=218.153.165.108
addnode=222.237.184.208
addnode=24.184.112.226
addnode=24.45.125.112
addnode=31.153.53.171
addnode=37.112.117.122
addnode=40.112.185.197
addnode=46.177.125.194
addnode=46.251.115.205
addnode=46.4.66.6
addnode=47.90.61.29
addnode=49.125.2.84
addnode=5.53.251.3
addnode=50.110.249.40
addnode=64.56.26.26
addnode=73.10.58.144
addnode=73.148.159.177
addnode=73.220.153.187
addnode=77.117.40.57
addnode=78.23.178.34
addnode=78.46.23.222
addnode=78.83.197.46
addnode=80.110.126.158
addnode=80.84.176.209
addnode=81.135.94.111
addnode=81.157.7.7
addnode=81.165.11.25
addnode=81.247.156.211
addnode=81.82.241.123
addnode=82.102.115.59
addnode=89.215.51.199
addnode=89.25.80.98
addnode=90.40.180.202
addnode=90.61.194.24
addnode=92.135.209.175
addnode=93.106.236.196
addnode=94.173.60.137
addnode=94.226.224.181
addnode=94.65.89.195
addnode=95.208.92.30



Thanks for the info, Nick.  I would also add after step 1, remove peers.dat. It will get rebuilt.

If you are running a daemon, you can download the bootstrap.zip file here: http://blockexplorer.solarcoin.org/downloads/bootstrap.zip  Unzip it and overwrite the blk0001.dat and txleveldb contents in your data dir.

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November 09, 2016, 06:01:05 PM
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According to CryptoID / SLR Explorer there are just 14 wallets active on the 'correct' fork right now.  As this is out of 67 on 2.1.6 and 18 still on 2.1.1 (which is no longer valid I understand).

My wallet(s) are all now showing all [?] / orphaned blocks since the fork and it would seem to be better to shut them down rather than keep poisoning the well by being on the wrong one.

I have reloaded the blockchain, scanned the wallets, restarted over and over and frankly this is starting to look worrying.


T






suggest the following: update the file  solarcoin.conf with the list of 2.1.6 addnodes from chainz:  

1. shut down solarcoin.
2. find and open solarcoin.conf
3. replace with addnode list from chainz of 2.1.6.
4. restart, reload chain (download)
5. rescan wallet.

This will minimize noise from 2.1.1 from the start.  In the console you can use>  getpeerinfo to see the version and blockheight for each of the nodes you are connecting to. could even edit the solarcoin.conf file to start with nodes that are both 2.1.6 and have blockheight similar to figure shown in Chainz explorer. https://chainz.cryptoid.info/slr/#

addnode=104.243.243.215
addnode=104.40.180.191
addnode=106.188.97.66
addnode=108.2.63.62
addnode=109.92.226.147
addnode=121.99.234.213
addnode=122.58.152.232
addnode=122.58.156.103
addnode=124.169.44.143
addnode=13.95.228.73
addnode=137.74.194.42
addnode=140.96.96.34
addnode=162.243.214.120
addnode=174.57.197.124
addnode=174.57.202.216
addnode=176.9.61.40
addnode=176.9.65.41
addnode=177.237.140.73
addnode=178.239.212.149
addnode=181.49.47.233
addnode=193.62.194.254
addnode=193.63.220.237
addnode=2.25.219.139
addnode=2.30.78.124
addnode=202.161.30.214
addnode=213.214.73.240
addnode=213.91.205.134
addnode=216.252.93.239
addnode=218.153.165.108
addnode=222.237.184.208
addnode=24.184.112.226
addnode=24.45.125.112
addnode=31.153.53.171
addnode=37.112.117.122
addnode=40.112.185.197
addnode=46.177.125.194
addnode=46.251.115.205
addnode=46.4.66.6
addnode=47.90.61.29
addnode=49.125.2.84
addnode=5.53.251.3
addnode=50.110.249.40
addnode=64.56.26.26
addnode=73.10.58.144
addnode=73.148.159.177
addnode=73.220.153.187
addnode=77.117.40.57
addnode=78.23.178.34
addnode=78.46.23.222
addnode=78.83.197.46
addnode=80.110.126.158
addnode=80.84.176.209
addnode=81.135.94.111
addnode=81.157.7.7
addnode=81.165.11.25
addnode=81.247.156.211
addnode=81.82.241.123
addnode=82.102.115.59
addnode=89.215.51.199
addnode=89.25.80.98
addnode=90.40.180.202
addnode=90.61.194.24
addnode=92.135.209.175
addnode=93.106.236.196
addnode=94.173.60.137
addnode=94.226.224.181
addnode=94.65.89.195
addnode=95.208.92.30



Thanks for the info Nick. It seems to have helped for now I seem to be staying on the correct chain and my bloc height is staying with chainz block height.
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November 09, 2016, 06:15:24 PM
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... In the console you can use>  getpeerinfo to see the version and blockheight for each of the nodes you are connecting to. could even edit the solarcoin.conf file to start with nodes that are both 2.1.6 and have blockheight similar to figure shown in Chainz explorer. https://chainz.cryptoid.info/slr/#
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This was very helpful, thank you Nick!
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November 09, 2016, 09:24:45 PM
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... In the console you can use>  getpeerinfo to see the version and blockheight for each of the nodes you are connecting to. could even edit the solarcoin.conf file to start with nodes that are both 2.1.6 and have blockheight similar to figure shown in Chainz explorer. https://chainz.cryptoid.info/slr/#
...

This was very helpful, thank you Nick!

To be clear, getpeerinfo reports the starting height of the node trying to connect to you.  If the starting height is less than the height of your node, your node will push its inventory to the requesting node.  It is NOT the current height of that node, just the height at the point in time that it connected to you.

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November 09, 2016, 11:11:20 PM
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... In the console you can use>  getpeerinfo to see the version and blockheight for each of the nodes you are connecting to. could even edit the solarcoin.conf file to start with nodes that are both 2.1.6 and have blockheight similar to figure shown in Chainz explorer. https://chainz.cryptoid.info/slr/#
...

This was very helpful, thank you Nick!

To be clear, getpeerinfo reports the starting height of the node trying to connect to you.  If the starting height is less than the height of your node, your node will push its inventory to the requesting node.  It is NOT the current height of that node, just the height at the point in time that it connected to you.

-Steve


I can't get the new wallet to run on my XP machine. I did a clean install of the blockchain, and restored a wallet image. Added only peers from 2.1.6, etc. I have a windows 7 machine that does run the wallet, stays on the right chain, but reports a higher balance than what's currently in the wallet.

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November 10, 2016, 03:36:09 AM
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for those interested in the LYkke exchange.  there is now a channel in the slack solarcoin-group  labelled lykke exchange.  here is a message there:  This was sent to me by Sergey of Lykke.  He asked that I relay it.

@nickgogerty I've created a subscriber form http://eepurl.com/cn0k9H
 lykkex.us12.list-manage.com
SolarCoin Lykke liquidity pool
SolarCoin Lykke liquidity pool Email Forms

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And withdrawal form http://eepurl.com/cn0Ic5
 lykkex.us12.list-manage.com
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Solarcoin (§ SLR) are like airmiles. Each 1 Mhw generated gets you §1 free. Solarcoins can purchase what others will trade: USD,BTC, Soy candles..etc.
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November 10, 2016, 07:41:29 AM
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Any chance all of this has no point and there was a problem with the hard fork? My blockchain is still loading but I have a feeling im not going to stay on the correct blockchain for long
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November 10, 2016, 08:36:29 AM
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Ok so an update today, Still only getting orphaned blocks so obviously the wallet has gone to the wrong chain but its back now cause my block height is same as chainz but still can't generate intrest.

I did change the conf to have the new node list. What next? at this point I'm worried to send coins anywhere because if the wallet gets to the wrong chain at that moment I'll loose the coins as has already happened to me.

Did we hear back from bittrex, have they updated their wallet?

e2a: I'm back on the wrong chain again

e2a: It seems that the only option for staying on the right chain is to constantly be reloading the blockchian, at least 2-3 times per day. Perhaps we have to think about what we want to do moving forward. Is there an error with the Fork? What about making a message show on all wallets that they need to update to the new version.

e2a: I'm turning off my node for now, it's jumping between chains constantly. 1min on one another moment it's on the other chain. I'm gona try a full delete and reinstall of the 2.1.6 build and see if that works but I'll do it later and it'll take about 3 days before I will see if it's worked. Sad
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November 10, 2016, 11:01:07 AM
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Ok so an update today, Still only getting orphaned blocks so obviously the wallet has gone to the wrong chain but its back now cause my block height is same as chainz but still can't generate intrest.

I did change the conf to have the new node list. What next? at this point I'm worried to send coins anywhere because if the wallet gets to the wrong chain at that moment I'll loose the coins as has already happened to me.

Did we hear back from bittrex, have they updated their wallet?

e2a: I'm back on the wrong chain again

e2a: It seems that the only option for staying on the right chain is to constantly be reloading the blockchian, at least 2-3 times per day. Perhaps we have to think about what we want to do moving forward. Is there an error with the Fork? What about making a message show on all wallets that they need to update to the new version.

e2a: I'm turning off my node for now, it's jumping between chains constantly. 1min on one another moment it's on the other chain. I'm gona try a full delete and reinstall of the 2.1.6 build and see if that works but I'll do it later and it'll take about 3 days before I will see if it's worked. Sad

It has become pretty evident to me that there was a problem with the hard fork... Why exaclty did we fork again when everything was working? We need a new wallet update asap

By the way im in the process of loading the enitre blockchain again from scratch. Should be done tonight (it has been loading since 24h +)
I will let you guys know if this works but I have a feeling its not going to work

Edit: I def. would not send any coins until the issue is resolved. Like you said you might be at risk of never getting them back.
Where is our developper? Why does it take so long to get this issue fixed? Nick: I dont think posting a tutrial on how to resync the blockchain will help. Everyone here knows how to do that. What we need is our lead developper to step up and fix this problem. As simple as that. (Just like last time we had a hard fork) Just restore everything back to the way it used to be and let it be.


And by the way this is starting to get really annoying. The POST algortythm is rewarding like 3 addresses with almost all of the interest since 4 days which is unacceptable. Why do we have to deal with this every update? IM starting to wonder if this is really a coincidence? Honestly what gives? Same thing happened last hard fork
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November 10, 2016, 12:45:04 PM
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Ok so an update today, Still only getting orphaned blocks so obviously the wallet has gone to the wrong chain but its back now cause my block height is same as chainz but still can't generate intrest.

I did change the conf to have the new node list. What next? at this point I'm worried to send coins anywhere because if the wallet gets to the wrong chain at that moment I'll loose the coins as has already happened to me.

Did we hear back from bittrex, have they updated their wallet?

e2a: I'm back on the wrong chain again

e2a: It seems that the only option for staying on the right chain is to constantly be reloading the blockchian, at least 2-3 times per day. Perhaps we have to think about what we want to do moving forward. Is there an error with the Fork? What about making a message show on all wallets that they need to update to the new version.

e2a: I'm turning off my node for now, it's jumping between chains constantly. 1min on one another moment it's on the other chain. I'm gona try a full delete and reinstall of the 2.1.6 build and see if that works but I'll do it later and it'll take about 3 days before I will see if it's worked. Sad

It has become pretty evident to me that there was a problem with the hard fork... Why exaclty did we fork again when everything was working? We need a new wallet update asap

By the way im in the process of loading the enitre blockchain again from scratch. Should be done tonight (it has been loading since 24h +)
I will let you guys know if this works but I have a feeling its not going to work

Edit: I def. would not send any coins until the issue is resolved. Like you said you might be at risk of never getting them back.
Where is our developper? Why does it take so long to get this issue fixed? Nick: I dont think posting a tutrial on how to resync the blockchain will help. Everyone here knows how to do that. What we need is our lead developper to step up and fix this problem. As simple as that. (Just like last time we had a hard fork) Just restore everything back to the way it used to be and let it be.


And by the way this is starting to get really annoying. The POST algortythm is rewarding like 3 addresses with almost all of the interest since 4 days which is unacceptable. Why do we have to deal with this every update? IM starting to wonder if this is really a coincidence? Honestly what gives? Same thing happened last hard fork

I'm in the same boat. Whatever I do I can't keep the new wallet on the correct blockchain.

I've turned my wallet off until a solution is available.  Cry
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November 10, 2016, 01:03:26 PM
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FYI:  if you know one of these nodes personally please reach out. 

this is the list of 2.1.1  IP addresses

addnode=105.186.89.65 south africa
addnode=106.71.143.232 australia
addnode=109.89.44.41  Belgium
Brabant Wallon
Chaumont-Gistoux

addnode=134.54.0.27 134.54.0.27
Belgium
Antwerpen
Antwerpen

addnode=144.76.71.141  144.76.71.141
Germany
Bayern
Nuremberg

addnode=178.117.15.134 178.117.15.134
Belgium
West-Vlaanderen
Waregem

addnode=203.97.255.219 New Zealand
Wellington
Lower Hutt

addnode=37.49.171.116 37.49.171.116
Russian Federation
Irkutskaya oblast'
Irkutsk

addnode=46.146.200.181  Russian Federation
Permskiy kray
Kondratovo

addnode=46.251.116.114  Cyprus
Lemesos
Limassol

addnode=58.160.91.100  Australia
Victoria
Melbourne

addnode=66.68.133.221 United States
Texas
Taylor

addnode=78.23.225.162  Belgium
Oost-Vlaanderen
Temse

addnode=79.68.18.52  United Kingdom
England
Shepton Mallet

addnode=84.197.238.43 Belgium
Antwerpen
Willebroek

addnode=89.138.255.162  Israel
HaMerkaz
Ramla

addnode=95.182.157.254  Belgium
Brabant Wallon
La Hulpe

addnode=96.38.132.105  United States
Nevada
Sparks

addnode=98.115.147.74  United States
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia

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November 10, 2016, 01:48:37 PM
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Ok so an update today, Still only getting orphaned blocks so obviously the wallet has gone to the wrong chain but its back now cause my block height is same as chainz but still can't generate intrest.

I did change the conf to have the new node list. What next? at this point I'm worried to send coins anywhere because if the wallet gets to the wrong chain at that moment I'll loose the coins as has already happened to me.

Did we hear back from bittrex, have they updated their wallet?

e2a: I'm back on the wrong chain again

e2a: It seems that the only option for staying on the right chain is to constantly be reloading the blockchian, at least 2-3 times per day. Perhaps we have to think about what we want to do moving forward. Is there an error with the Fork? What about making a message show on all wallets that they need to update to the new version.

e2a: I'm turning off my node for now, it's jumping between chains constantly. 1min on one another moment it's on the other chain. I'm gona try a full delete and reinstall of the 2.1.6 build and see if that works but I'll do it later and it'll take about 3 days before I will see if it's worked. Sad

It has become pretty evident to me that there was a problem with the hard fork... Why exaclty did we fork again when everything was working? We need a new wallet update asap

By the way im in the process of loading the enitre blockchain again from scratch. Should be done tonight (it has been loading since 24h +)
I will let you guys know if this works but I have a feeling its not going to work

Edit: I def. would not send any coins until the issue is resolved. Like you said you might be at risk of never getting them back.
Where is our developper? Why does it take so long to get this issue fixed? Nick: I dont think posting a tutrial on how to resync the blockchain will help. Everyone here knows how to do that. What we need is our lead developper to step up and fix this problem. As simple as that. (Just like last time we had a hard fork) Just restore everything back to the way it used to be and let it be.


And by the way this is starting to get really annoying. The POST algortythm is rewarding like 3 addresses with almost all of the interest since 4 days which is unacceptable. Why do we have to deal with this every update? IM starting to wonder if this is really a coincidence? Honestly what gives? Same thing happened last hard fork

I started fresh with a clean install and deleted all the files in the dir except the wallet file. But I noticed when downloading the chain that the total block height was changing and never matched Chainz so at that point I stopped. I'll wait for your update before I continue and perhaps there will be fix out. Would love the Dev to chime in and perhaps look into the situation.
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November 10, 2016, 02:54:46 PM
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Devs are aware of the situation.

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November 10, 2016, 06:21:02 PM
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All,

We have just issued version 2.1.7, protocol version 70005, to fix the problem described below:

"The reduced txn fee change caused 2.1.1 nodes to fork because 2.1.6 nodes were not paying enough fees. This in turn caused 2.1.6 nodes to fork sporadically."

Please update your Qt wallet ASAP and begin staking so we can get the network moving again.

Note: This update requires a Blockchain Reload.  This is due to the fact that some 2.1.6 nodes are ahead of the master node, and we want to get everyone one the correct chain. After the reload, please rescan your wallet.  If you are running a daemon, you can download the bootstrap.zip here: http://blockexplorer.solarcoin.org/downloads/bootstrap.zip

PS: We will be notifying the exchanges and explorer ASAP.  The website will be updated later today.

PPS: After the rescan, you may see conflicted transactions from earned interest.  You will make up the "lost" interest in future stakes.

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November 10, 2016, 07:11:21 PM
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download from here:  http://blockexplorer.solarcoin.org/downloads/

Solarcoin (§ SLR) are like airmiles. Each 1 Mhw generated gets you §1 free. Solarcoins can purchase what others will trade: USD,BTC, Soy candles..etc.
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November 10, 2016, 10:41:22 PM
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All,

We have just issued version 2.1.7, protocol version 70005, to fix the problem described below:

"The reduced txn fee change caused 2.1.1 nodes to fork because 2.1.6 nodes were not paying enough fees. This in turn caused 2.1.6 nodes to fork sporadically."

Please update your Qt wallet ASAP and begin staking so we can get the network moving again.

Note: This update requires a Blockchain Reload.  This is due to the fact that some 2.1.6 nodes are ahead of the master node, and we want to get everyone one the correct chain. After the reload, please rescan your wallet.  If you are running a daemon, you can download the bootstrap.zip here: http://blockexplorer.solarcoin.org/downloads/bootstrap.zip

PS: We will be notifying the exchanges and explorer ASAP.  The website will be updated later today.

PPS: After the rescan, you may see conflicted transactions from earned interest.  You will make up the "lost" interest in future stakes.

I cant get synced on the new version, I have connections but the blocks are just getting further behind

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November 11, 2016, 12:39:08 AM
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All,

We have just issued version 2.1.7, protocol version 70005, to fix the problem described below:

"The reduced txn fee change caused 2.1.1 nodes to fork because 2.1.6 nodes were not paying enough fees. This in turn caused 2.1.6 nodes to fork sporadically."

Please update your Qt wallet ASAP and begin staking so we can get the network moving again.

Note: This update requires a Blockchain Reload.  This is due to the fact that some 2.1.6 nodes are ahead of the master node, and we want to get everyone one the correct chain. After the reload, please rescan your wallet.  If you are running a daemon, you can download the bootstrap.zip here: http://blockexplorer.solarcoin.org/downloads/bootstrap.zip

PS: We will be notifying the exchanges and explorer ASAP.  The website will be updated later today.

PPS: After the rescan, you may see conflicted transactions from earned interest.  You will make up the "lost" interest in future stakes.

I cant get synced on the new version, I have connections but the blocks are just getting further behind

did you reload the blockchain?

Solarcoin (§ SLR) are like airmiles. Each 1 Mhw generated gets you §1 free. Solarcoins can purchase what others will trade: USD,BTC, Soy candles..etc.
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November 11, 2016, 03:04:31 AM
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All,
         let me break down the 2.1.7 upgrade process for you a bit further.  As there are added frustrations since this is a 'new' file for most browsers/AntiVirus/Windows stuff...


From the 2.1.6 HELP ->  Check for Update

Say YES to everything.

As that starts downloading ->  Turn off your AntiVirus for the next 30 minutes (it is slowwww)

Windows will moan about the download.

Click - > more details

Say Yes

2.1.7 is now loaded ...

Let it start and load whatever it does that takes longer than booting Windows 8 on a 286 PC Smiley

Reload the Block Chain - > have dinner, in fact have dinner and drinks - this is slow....

Rescan your wallet  - >  take a post dinner nap

Wait for it all to start again

Pray

Rinse and repeat as required until you have a functional wallet that holds some promise that the POW rewards don't go [?]....


Seriously though - well done Devs, let's hope you have the solution with 2.1.7 as 2.1.6 was driving me even more insane than I am normally Smiley

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