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Author Topic: [ANN][SLR] SolarCoin | PoW to PoS v. 2.0 | Solar Proof of Generation (§1 = 1MWh)  (Read 432638 times)
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November 14, 2016, 12:44:56 PM
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Looks like 2.1.8 is stable so far.

Thanks, everyone.  I will be notifying the exchanges and CryptoID now that it looks like the forking is resolved.

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PS: Enjoy the lower tx fees!


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November 14, 2016, 04:37:23 PM
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yeah 2.1.8 working well here too. I've not had a problem since 2.1.7 but glad everyone is sorted now Smiley
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November 15, 2016, 05:00:33 AM
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yeah 2.1.8 working well here too. I've not had a problem since 2.1.7 but glad everyone is sorted now Smiley

I did a full sync from the genesis block successfully. Took a couple days, but it's good to regression test.

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November 15, 2016, 01:21:29 PM
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yeah 2.1.8 working well here too. I've not had a problem since 2.1.7 but glad everyone is sorted now Smiley

I did a full sync from the genesis block successfully. Took a couple days, but it's good to regression test.

-Steve



Good work !

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November 15, 2016, 04:33:40 PM
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Action Required! Mandatory update to 2.1.8 using the wallet’s Check for Update feature, or downloading it from the solarcoin.org website.


SolarCoin Community,

Thank-you for your patience as we get through this fork.  We rolled out 2.1.6 to reduce the minimum transaction fee from 0.001 to 0.0001, with a fork scheduled for block height 1440000.  Because this was not a hard-fork, it opened the door for 2.1.1 nodes to reject transactions for not paying the minimum fee of 0.001. This was expected to cause a soft fork, which it did.  However, I suspect that when transactions were sent from 2.1.1 nodes to 2.1.6 nodes, this also created a third fork among the 2.1.6 nodes.  

We tried to remedy this in 2.1.7 by creating a hard fork, bumping the protocol version from 70004 to 70005, and blocking nodes on older protocols.  This was somewhat successful.  However, there were still 2.1.7 nodes creating mini-forks.  We issued 2.1.7.1, which added four new blockchain checkpoints, and required more node connections before allowing a wallet to stake.  Because this was not a staking issue, but a transaction fee issue, those on 2.1.7.1 that were not sending transactions (i.e. the master node, explorers and many in the community) managed to stay in sync.
 
We are actively testing version, 2.1.8, which retains the reduced transaction fee (SLR 0.0001), and reverts all of the special forking logic back to a code state equivalent to 2.1.1 (but still using protocol version 70005, which blocks 2.1.1 nodes).

Please update your Qt wallet ASAP to 2.1.8 and begin staking so we can get the network stable again.

Note: This update forces a Blockchain Reload.  After the reload, please rescan your wallet.

We will notify the exchanges and explorer ASAP.  The website will be updated later today.


I have a huge problem. When Im connected with my ISP I CAN'T download anything from the Solarcoin website anymore. Its crazy but someone I think my ISP is blocking everything. When I connect with a VPN it suddenly works. Thats why I wasn't getting any new bocks from the new Version yesterday. I guess ill have to run my node on a VPN now. what a bunch of jerks

I'm installing VPNS on my nodes and should have them back up soon

Call your ISP, it could be a configuration problem inside your modem. After the hurricane that blew through here my modems file got corrupted, comcast had to resend a valid file to the modem because I could access some websites but others just wouldn't download.

solarcoin site will get an SSL certificate and all applications and programs will be getting developer certified by MSFT and AAPL developer programs ASAP.

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 15, 2016, 07:49:43 PM
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https://www.slideshare.net/slideshow/embed_code/key/tUuC8pcxss9qKM   electraseed wins at Cop22 Marrakech.   United Nations Climate change competition.  Electraseed.com is a solarcoin spin off working nano-grids for the emerging world.  more on www.electricchain.org

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 15, 2016, 08:26:11 PM
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Action Required! Mandatory update to 2.1.8 using the wallet’s Check for Update feature, or downloading it from the solarcoin.org website.


SolarCoin Community,

Thank-you for your patience as we get through this fork.  We rolled out 2.1.6 to reduce the minimum transaction fee from 0.001 to 0.0001, with a fork scheduled for block height 1440000.  Because this was not a hard-fork, it opened the door for 2.1.1 nodes to reject transactions for not paying the minimum fee of 0.001. This was expected to cause a soft fork, which it did.  However, I suspect that when transactions were sent from 2.1.1 nodes to 2.1.6 nodes, this also created a third fork among the 2.1.6 nodes.  

We tried to remedy this in 2.1.7 by creating a hard fork, bumping the protocol version from 70004 to 70005, and blocking nodes on older protocols.  This was somewhat successful.  However, there were still 2.1.7 nodes creating mini-forks.  We issued 2.1.7.1, which added four new blockchain checkpoints, and required more node connections before allowing a wallet to stake.  Because this was not a staking issue, but a transaction fee issue, those on 2.1.7.1 that were not sending transactions (i.e. the master node, explorers and many in the community) managed to stay in sync.
 
We are actively testing version, 2.1.8, which retains the reduced transaction fee (SLR 0.0001), and reverts all of the special forking logic back to a code state equivalent to 2.1.1 (but still using protocol version 70005, which blocks 2.1.1 nodes).

Please update your Qt wallet ASAP to 2.1.8 and begin staking so we can get the network stable again.

Note: This update forces a Blockchain Reload.  After the reload, please rescan your wallet.

We will notify the exchanges and explorer ASAP.  The website will be updated later today.


I have a huge problem. When Im connected with my ISP I CAN'T download anything from the Solarcoin website anymore. Its crazy but someone I think my ISP is blocking everything. When I connect with a VPN it suddenly works. Thats why I wasn't getting any new bocks from the new Version yesterday. I guess ill have to run my node on a VPN now. what a bunch of jerks

I'm installing VPNS on my nodes and should have them back up soon

Call your ISP, it could be a configuration problem inside your modem. After the hurricane that blew through here my modems file got corrupted, comcast had to resend a valid file to the modem because I could access some websites but others just wouldn't download.

solarcoin site will get an SSL certificate and all applications and programs will be getting developer certified by MSFT and AAPL developer programs ASAP.


This is excellent news Smiley Keep up all the great work. Felling really bullish about SLR recently! Loving it
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November 15, 2016, 09:05:17 PM
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Action Required! Mandatory update to 2.1.8 using the wallet’s Check for Update feature, or downloading it from the solarcoin.org website.


SolarCoin Community,

Thank-you for your patience as we get through this fork.  We rolled out 2.1.6 to reduce the minimum transaction fee from 0.001 to 0.0001, with a fork scheduled for block height 1440000.  Because this was not a hard-fork, it opened the door for 2.1.1 nodes to reject transactions for not paying the minimum fee of 0.001. This was expected to cause a soft fork, which it did.  However, I suspect that when transactions were sent from 2.1.1 nodes to 2.1.6 nodes, this also created a third fork among the 2.1.6 nodes.  

We tried to remedy this in 2.1.7 by creating a hard fork, bumping the protocol version from 70004 to 70005, and blocking nodes on older protocols.  This was somewhat successful.  However, there were still 2.1.7 nodes creating mini-forks.  We issued 2.1.7.1, which added four new blockchain checkpoints, and required more node connections before allowing a wallet to stake.  Because this was not a staking issue, but a transaction fee issue, those on 2.1.7.1 that were not sending transactions (i.e. the master node, explorers and many in the community) managed to stay in sync.
 
We are actively testing version, 2.1.8, which retains the reduced transaction fee (SLR 0.0001), and reverts all of the special forking logic back to a code state equivalent to 2.1.1 (but still using protocol version 70005, which blocks 2.1.1 nodes).

Please update your Qt wallet ASAP to 2.1.8 and begin staking so we can get the network stable again.

Note: This update forces a Blockchain Reload.  After the reload, please rescan your wallet.

We will notify the exchanges and explorer ASAP.  The website will be updated later today.


I have a huge problem. When Im connected with my ISP I CAN'T download anything from the Solarcoin website anymore. Its crazy but someone I think my ISP is blocking everything. When I connect with a VPN it suddenly works. Thats why I wasn't getting any new bocks from the new Version yesterday. I guess ill have to run my node on a VPN now. what a bunch of jerks

I'm installing VPNS on my nodes and should have them back up soon

Call your ISP, it could be a configuration problem inside your modem. After the hurricane that blew through here my modems file got corrupted, comcast had to resend a valid file to the modem because I could access some websites but others just wouldn't download.

solarcoin site will get an SSL certificate and all applications and programs will be getting developer certified by MSFT and AAPL developer programs ASAP.


This is excellent news Smiley Keep up all the great work. Felling really bullish about SLR recently! Loving it

A word of caution if you are trading on Bittrex.  I have not confirmed that they have updated to 2.1.8.  I'll post here when it's confirmed.

-Steve

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November 15, 2016, 09:21:35 PM
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Action Required! Mandatory update to 2.1.8 using the wallet’s Check for Update feature, or downloading it from the solarcoin.org website.


SolarCoin Community,

Thank-you for your patience as we get through this fork.  We rolled out 2.1.6 to reduce the minimum transaction fee from 0.001 to 0.0001, with a fork scheduled for block height 1440000.  Because this was not a hard-fork, it opened the door for 2.1.1 nodes to reject transactions for not paying the minimum fee of 0.001. This was expected to cause a soft fork, which it did.  However, I suspect that when transactions were sent from 2.1.1 nodes to 2.1.6 nodes, this also created a third fork among the 2.1.6 nodes.  

We tried to remedy this in 2.1.7 by creating a hard fork, bumping the protocol version from 70004 to 70005, and blocking nodes on older protocols.  This was somewhat successful.  However, there were still 2.1.7 nodes creating mini-forks.  We issued 2.1.7.1, which added four new blockchain checkpoints, and required more node connections before allowing a wallet to stake.  Because this was not a staking issue, but a transaction fee issue, those on 2.1.7.1 that were not sending transactions (i.e. the master node, explorers and many in the community) managed to stay in sync.
 
We are actively testing version, 2.1.8, which retains the reduced transaction fee (SLR 0.0001), and reverts all of the special forking logic back to a code state equivalent to 2.1.1 (but still using protocol version 70005, which blocks 2.1.1 nodes).

Please update your Qt wallet ASAP to 2.1.8 and begin staking so we can get the network stable again.

Note: This update forces a Blockchain Reload.  After the reload, please rescan your wallet.

We will notify the exchanges and explorer ASAP.  The website will be updated later today.


I have a huge problem. When Im connected with my ISP I CAN'T download anything from the Solarcoin website anymore. Its crazy but someone I think my ISP is blocking everything. When I connect with a VPN it suddenly works. Thats why I wasn't getting any new bocks from the new Version yesterday. I guess ill have to run my node on a VPN now. what a bunch of jerks

I'm installing VPNS on my nodes and should have them back up soon

Call your ISP, it could be a configuration problem inside your modem. After the hurricane that blew through here my modems file got corrupted, comcast had to resend a valid file to the modem because I could access some websites but others just wouldn't download.

solarcoin site will get an SSL certificate and all applications and programs will be getting developer certified by MSFT and AAPL developer programs ASAP.


This is excellent news Smiley Keep up all the great work. Felling really bullish about SLR recently! Loving it

A word of caution if you are trading on Bittrex.  I have not confirmed that they have updated to 2.1.8.  I'll post here when it's confirmed.

-Steve


Thanks for the heads up. I havnt sent any coins to bittrex but I need to withdraw a few once their wallet comes back online Smiley
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November 16, 2016, 02:12:57 PM
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Bittrex has indicated they are now running Version 2.1.8 of solarcoin.

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 16, 2016, 02:24:22 PM
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Bittrex has indicated they are now running Version 2.1.8 of solarcoin.

Lykke pool is still open.  Currently has 25% of required 1.1m solarcoins.  participants earn 50% of market making fees with a 1yr lock-up. 
for reference Bittrex does about $1k/day@0.25% fees.  assuming $1k/day x 365= $9.125k/yr =  SLR 140,000

If market making offered the same returns as fees* spread over 1.1m slr that would equate to a 12.7% return*.  split 50%/50% with Lykke=6.35%.  Not a bad yield. 

*Lots of assumptions there of course. Do your own math and due diligence. 


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November 16, 2016, 03:38:26 PM
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Can a person in the USA contribute to pool?

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November 16, 2016, 04:03:40 PM
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Does anyone have any skills with a massive press release to all the solar community? So far its my understanding that we have not did anything like this and just have organic growth.

Could grow the network really really fast  Smiley

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November 16, 2016, 09:16:58 PM
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Just out of interest: Why are there suddenly 39,146,979 SLR in circulation? How do 3-4 Million SLR just magically get added to the supply and where did they come from? Shocked
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November 16, 2016, 09:51:53 PM
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Just out of interest: Why are there suddenly 39,146,979 SLR in circulation? How do 3-4 Million SLR just magically get added to the supply and where did they come from? Shocked

It looks like the wallet generated a new address due to a grant and mixed coins around. That's what it appears like to me.

https://chainz.cryptoid.info/slr/block.dws?1461199.htm

4.5 mil looks like it went to an internal wallet address. There was only 1 transaction for 20k slr.

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November 17, 2016, 02:58:34 AM
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Just out of interest: Why are there suddenly 39,146,979 SLR in circulation? How do 3-4 Million SLR just magically get added to the supply and where did they come from? Shocked

It looks like the wallet generated a new address due to a grant and mixed coins around. That's what it appears like to me.

https://chainz.cryptoid.info/slr/block.dws?1461199.htm

4.5 mil looks like it went to an internal wallet address. There was only 1 transaction for 20k slr.

Correct Corather. Usually during granting a final transaction is made to send the additional remaining eTX out address balance back to the initial address.  This will be done and the circulating balance which is a chron job (batch function on a clock) performed by the 3rd party chainz explorer will reflect the old balance shortly.

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 17, 2016, 03:38:11 AM
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Can a person in the USA contribute to pool?

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https://lykke.com/city/slrfaq

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 17, 2016, 11:49:50 AM
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Just out of interest: Why are there suddenly 39,146,979 SLR in circulation? How do 3-4 Million SLR just magically get added to the supply and where did they come from? Shocked

It looks like the wallet generated a new address due to a grant and mixed coins around. That's what it appears like to me.

https://chainz.cryptoid.info/slr/block.dws?1461199.htm

4.5 mil looks like it went to an internal wallet address. There was only 1 transaction for 20k slr.

Correct Corather. Usually during granting a final transaction is made to send the additional remaining eTX out address balance back to the initial address.  This will be done and the circulating balance which is a chron job (batch function on a clock) performed by the 3rd party chainz explorer will reflect the old balance shortly.


Thank you for the quick reply. Makes sense now  Grin
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November 18, 2016, 06:11:32 AM
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Looks like 2.1.8 is stable so far.

I would like to be able to get 2.1.8 running. 

I download 2.1.8 from solarcoin.org and from the 2.1.7 and both times it reinstalls and reloads the block chain fine, but both times the HELP ABOUT says it is 2.1.7 !!

It then, once again, prompts me to install the mandatory update to 2.1.8

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November 18, 2016, 06:42:25 AM
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Looks like 2.1.8 is stable so far.

I would like to be able to get 2.1.8 running. 

I download 2.1.8 from solarcoin.org and from the 2.1.7 and both times it reinstalls and reloads the block chain fine, but both times the HELP ABOUT says it is 2.1.7 !!

It then, once again, prompts me to install the mandatory update to 2.1.8

Ground Hog Day ....

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I ran across this problem. Right click the solarcoin shortcut, hit properties and click the find target tab. Delete everything in the solarcoin program folder. Note this isn't the appdata folder so your wallet shouldn't be in there, but if it is by some unreasonable explanation, make a backup of it anyway. Reinstall 2.1.8 and it should run properly.

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