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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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February 07, 2017, 06:08:33 PM
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It doesn't look like a pump to me. Sells were drying up after a decent period of consolidation. Eventually people will want to sell for more as there's no shorting these markets Smiley
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February 08, 2017, 12:43:16 PM
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i hope that you are right

the reason of my concern is that i've seen some joker sites doing random bittrex pumps..
they pick 16 random coins from bittrex, and assign each of them a hex value (0-f), then afterwards, announce that they will pump the coin marked with the hex value, that will show up as the first letter in the hash of litecoin's xy block..after block xy has been mined, well, you know what happens

i'm not saying that these two things are corelated, but i would keep an eye on that possibility as well, since few of these pumps were happening just around the time when the vol/price started to increase..  orders are now much different than they used to be just a few weeks ago (amounts)


Hi, welcome to solarcoin.

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February 12, 2017, 07:41:35 AM
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Hi all, looking for some help with my Raspberry Pi nodes; they only run solarcoind daemon not SolarCoin-Qt, is therea way to load the bootstrap of the blockchain?
I tried unzipping bootstrap.zip into .solarcoin directory but that didnt work.  I set the solarcoin.conf with server=1 and daemon=1 as well.  I tried starting solarcoind -rescan and solarcoind -loadblock=/home/pi/.solarcoin/bootstrap/blk0001.dat

Any ideas?  Im making a new Raspberry Pi node for a friend and syncing the block-chain takes days.

SolarCoin Address: 8cESoZyjFvx2Deq6VjQLqPfAwu8UXjcBkK
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February 13, 2017, 09:56:52 PM
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Hi all, looking for some help with my Raspberry Pi nodes; they only run solarcoind daemon not SolarCoin-Qt, is therea way to load the bootstrap of the blockchain?
I tried unzipping bootstrap.zip into .solarcoin directory but that didnt work.  I set the solarcoin.conf with server=1 and daemon=1 as well.  I tried starting solarcoind -rescan and solarcoind -loadblock=/home/pi/.solarcoin/bootstrap/blk0001.dat

Any ideas?  Im making a new Raspberry Pi node for a friend and syncing the block-chain takes days.

You might have better luck taking your question to the slack channel.


https://solarcoin-group.slack.com/x-33423960289-36618089767/

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February 14, 2017, 11:18:08 PM
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You might have better luck taking your question to the slack channel.


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February 15, 2017, 02:08:14 AM
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You might have better luck taking your question to the slack channel.


https://solarcoin-group.slack.com/x-33423960289-36618089767/


You can give the invitation?

You could sign-up solarcoin slack by clicking that link


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February 15, 2017, 01:24:04 PM
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You might have better luck taking your question to the slack channel.


https://solarcoin-group.slack.com/x-33423960289-36618089767/


You can give the invitation?

You could sign-up solarcoin slack by clicking that link


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solarcoin on telegram has some serious raspberrypi guys at work.  Now 78 people strong.  solarcoin-group slack has 219 people. electricchain slack (very IOT) has 253 solarcoin, solar energy and IOT folks. 

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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February 15, 2017, 02:58:22 PM
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Hi all, looking for some help with my Raspberry Pi nodes; they only run solarcoind daemon not SolarCoin-Qt, is therea way to load the bootstrap of the blockchain?
I tried unzipping bootstrap.zip into .solarcoin directory but that didnt work.  I set the solarcoin.conf with server=1 and daemon=1 as well.  I tried starting solarcoind -rescan and solarcoind -loadblock=/home/pi/.solarcoin/bootstrap/blk0001.dat

Any ideas?  Im making a new Raspberry Pi node for a friend and syncing the block-chain takes days.

You might have better luck taking your question to the slack channel.


https://solarcoin-group.slack.com/x-33423960289-36618089767/

Thanks I had asked on Telegram and Slack a few months ago, I realised I had not checked in with this forum though so thought it was worth asking.

If anyone wants to build a Raspberry Pi node, the instructions are on: https://github.com/Scalextrix/SolarCoin-Raspberry-Pi-Node

SolarCoin Address: 8cESoZyjFvx2Deq6VjQLqPfAwu8UXjcBkK
Gridcoin Address: SAuPu8zarzQykWLGwxc6JRvW3imM8YU9wc
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February 15, 2017, 09:06:29 PM
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Hi all, looking for some help with my Raspberry Pi nodes; they only run solarcoind daemon not SolarCoin-Qt, is therea way to load the bootstrap of the blockchain?
I tried unzipping bootstrap.zip into .solarcoin directory but that didnt work.  I set the solarcoin.conf with server=1 and daemon=1 as well.  I tried starting solarcoind -rescan and solarcoind -loadblock=/home/pi/.solarcoin/bootstrap/blk0001.dat

Any ideas?  Im making a new Raspberry Pi node for a friend and syncing the block-chain takes days.

You might have better luck taking your question to the slack channel.


https://solarcoin-group.slack.com/x-33423960289-36618089767/

Thanks I had asked on Telegram and Slack a few months ago, I realised I had not checked in with this forum though so thought it was worth asking.

If anyone wants to build a Raspberry Pi node, the instructions are on: https://github.com/Scalextrix/SolarCoin-Raspberry-Pi-Node

This is exactly what I was looking for! Great work! Thank you for taking the time to make this
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February 19, 2017, 03:34:05 PM
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Hi all, looking for some help with my Raspberry Pi nodes; they only run solarcoind daemon not SolarCoin-Qt, is therea way to load the bootstrap of the blockchain?
I tried unzipping bootstrap.zip into .solarcoin directory but that didnt work.  I set the solarcoin.conf with server=1 and daemon=1 as well.  I tried starting solarcoind -rescan and solarcoind -loadblock=/home/pi/.solarcoin/bootstrap/blk0001.dat

Any ideas?  Im making a new Raspberry Pi node for a friend and syncing the block-chain takes days.

You might have better luck taking your question to the slack channel.


https://solarcoin-group.slack.com/x-33423960289-36618089767/

Thanks I had asked on Telegram and Slack a few months ago, I realised I had not checked in with this forum though so thought it was worth asking.

If anyone wants to build a Raspberry Pi node, the instructions are on: https://github.com/Scalextrix/SolarCoin-Raspberry-Pi-Node

This is exactly what I was looking for! Great work! Thank you for taking the time to make this
Cool, lets run SolarCoin on low power!  We may have someone trying on a Pi Zero soon, will update if it works.

SolarCoin Address: 8cESoZyjFvx2Deq6VjQLqPfAwu8UXjcBkK
Gridcoin Address: SAuPu8zarzQykWLGwxc6JRvW3imM8YU9wc
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February 19, 2017, 07:34:37 PM
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Hi all, looking for some help with my Raspberry Pi nodes; they only run solarcoind daemon not SolarCoin-Qt, is therea way to load the bootstrap of the blockchain?
I tried unzipping bootstrap.zip into .solarcoin directory but that didnt work.  I set the solarcoin.conf with server=1 and daemon=1 as well.  I tried starting solarcoind -rescan and solarcoind -loadblock=/home/pi/.solarcoin/bootstrap/blk0001.dat

Any ideas?  Im making a new Raspberry Pi node for a friend and syncing the block-chain takes days.

You might have better luck taking your question to the slack channel.


https://solarcoin-group.slack.com/x-33423960289-36618089767/

Thanks I had asked on Telegram and Slack a few months ago, I realised I had not checked in with this forum though so thought it was worth asking.

If anyone wants to build a Raspberry Pi node, the instructions are on: https://github.com/Scalextrix/SolarCoin-Raspberry-Pi-Node

This is exactly what I was looking for! Great work! Thank you for taking the time to make this
Cool, lets run SolarCoin on low power!  We may have someone trying on a Pi Zero soon, will update if it works.

This is def. the way to go. Although my intel PC stick has been doing a great Job! Im going to setup the raspberry Pi node as soon as I find the time. Does the raspberry pi Zero use even less power than the normal PI?
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February 20, 2017, 05:58:19 PM
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Hi all, looking for some help with my Raspberry Pi nodes; they only run solarcoind daemon not SolarCoin-Qt, is therea way to load the bootstrap of the blockchain?
I tried unzipping bootstrap.zip into .solarcoin directory but that didnt work.  I set the solarcoin.conf with server=1 and daemon=1 as well.  I tried starting solarcoind -rescan and solarcoind -loadblock=/home/pi/.solarcoin/bootstrap/blk0001.dat

Any ideas?  Im making a new Raspberry Pi node for a friend and syncing the block-chain takes days.

You might have better luck taking your question to the slack channel.


https://solarcoin-group.slack.com/x-33423960289-36618089767/

Thanks I had asked on Telegram and Slack a few months ago, I realised I had not checked in with this forum though so thought it was worth asking.

If anyone wants to build a Raspberry Pi node, the instructions are on: https://github.com/Scalextrix/SolarCoin-Raspberry-Pi-Node

This is exactly what I was looking for! Great work! Thank you for taking the time to make this
Cool, lets run SolarCoin on low power!  We may have someone trying on a Pi Zero soon, will update if it works.

This is def. the way to go. Although my intel PC stick has been doing a great Job! Im going to setup the raspberry Pi node as soon as I find the time. Does the raspberry pi Zero use even less power than the normal PI?
Possibly, but its not really the power draw that is the driving factor for that, a Pi 3 is $50 (plus extras) Pi Zero is $5.  If you are doing an ROI as a calimant of SolarCoin, and we can get you a $5 device to standalone run the blockchain, I think that will be a cool idea.  Of course this also is good for the ElectriCChain project because we can use the Pi as a datalogger that can be on 24/7 monitoring production and posting to block-chain.

SolarCoin Address: 8cESoZyjFvx2Deq6VjQLqPfAwu8UXjcBkK
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February 20, 2017, 06:42:58 PM
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Hi all, looking for some help with my Raspberry Pi nodes; they only run solarcoind daemon not SolarCoin-Qt, is therea way to load the bootstrap of the blockchain?
I tried unzipping bootstrap.zip into .solarcoin directory but that didnt work.  I set the solarcoin.conf with server=1 and daemon=1 as well.  I tried starting solarcoind -rescan and solarcoind -loadblock=/home/pi/.solarcoin/bootstrap/blk0001.dat

Any ideas?  Im making a new Raspberry Pi node for a friend and syncing the block-chain takes days.

You might have better luck taking your question to the slack channel.


https://solarcoin-group.slack.com/x-33423960289-36618089767/

Thanks I had asked on Telegram and Slack a few months ago, I realised I had not checked in with this forum though so thought it was worth asking.

If anyone wants to build a Raspberry Pi node, the instructions are on: https://github.com/Scalextrix/SolarCoin-Raspberry-Pi-Node

This is exactly what I was looking for! Great work! Thank you for taking the time to make this
Cool, lets run SolarCoin on low power!  We may have someone trying on a Pi Zero soon, will update if it works.

This is def. the way to go. Although my intel PC stick has been doing a great Job! Im going to setup the raspberry Pi node as soon as I find the time. Does the raspberry pi Zero use even less power than the normal PI?
Possibly, but its not really the power draw that is the driving factor for that, a Pi 3 is $50 (plus extras) Pi Zero is $5.  If you are doing an ROI as a calimant of SolarCoin, and we can get you a $5 device to standalone run the blockchain, I think that will be a cool idea.  Of course this also is good for the ElectriCChain project because we can use the Pi as a datalogger that can be on 24/7 monitoring production and posting to block-chain.

Could look at it as a different business model also. Say you have a 50 dollar unit running the wallet with as many coins as you wish merely for investment purposes. There's no bad reason to invest in solar, but what if you're not ready to install panels on your roof, in your yard, etc? Well simply by investing in the technology you can be part of the rewards through staking. That's where I am right now. I don't have the resources to actually install panels, but the network needs nodes and the more nodes the better. The 5 dollar pi for data logging and nodes are still a great idea, but they won't appeal until the technology matures, unless you have a large enough SLR claim to make it worthwhile.

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February 20, 2017, 11:14:34 PM
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I did a little How Hard Is It for A Newcomer to Setup A Wallet? survey. You guys won: got a wallet set up and coined up in under ninety minutes.

Don't know if I'll stick around -- but scalextrix knows I've long had a kind word for SLR over on the Reddit Doge Cryptocurrency thread.

Mark, Western Australia -- any Australians here?

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February 21, 2017, 08:43:15 AM
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Hi all, looking for some help with my Raspberry Pi nodes; they only run solarcoind daemon not SolarCoin-Qt, is therea way to load the bootstrap of the blockchain?
I tried unzipping bootstrap.zip into .solarcoin directory but that didnt work.  I set the solarcoin.conf with server=1 and daemon=1 as well.  I tried starting solarcoind -rescan and solarcoind -loadblock=/home/pi/.solarcoin/bootstrap/blk0001.dat

Any ideas?  Im making a new Raspberry Pi node for a friend and syncing the block-chain takes days.

You might have better luck taking your question to the slack channel.


https://solarcoin-group.slack.com/x-33423960289-36618089767/

Thanks I had asked on Telegram and Slack a few months ago, I realised I had not checked in with this forum though so thought it was worth asking.

If anyone wants to build a Raspberry Pi node, the instructions are on: https://github.com/Scalextrix/SolarCoin-Raspberry-Pi-Node

This is exactly what I was looking for! Great work! Thank you for taking the time to make this
Cool, lets run SolarCoin on low power!  We may have someone trying on a Pi Zero soon, will update if it works.

This is def. the way to go. Although my intel PC stick has been doing a great Job! Im going to setup the raspberry Pi node as soon as I find the time. Does the raspberry pi Zero use even less power than the normal PI?
Possibly, but its not really the power draw that is the driving factor for that, a Pi 3 is $50 (plus extras) Pi Zero is $5.  If you are doing an ROI as a calimant of SolarCoin, and we can get you a $5 device to standalone run the blockchain, I think that will be a cool idea.  Of course this also is good for the ElectriCChain project because we can use the Pi as a datalogger that can be on 24/7 monitoring production and posting to block-chain.

Could look at it as a different business model also. Say you have a 50 dollar unit running the wallet with as many coins as you wish merely for investment purposes. There's no bad reason to invest in solar, but what if you're not ready to install panels on your roof, in your yard, etc? Well simply by investing in the technology you can be part of the rewards through staking. That's where I am right now. I don't have the resources to actually install panels, but the network needs nodes and the more nodes the better. The 5 dollar pi for data logging and nodes are still a great idea, but they won't appeal until the technology matures, unless you have a large enough SLR claim to make it worthwhile.

Yeah I was running my Pi3 with two coins for a while, but eventually the swap started getting used and the chains slowed down, so Im back to one coin per Pi now.  I did see a HAT for a Pi2/3 that lets you add up to 4 PI Zeros https://shop.pimoroni.com/products/cluster-hat?utm_medium=cpc&utm_source=googlepla&variant=22064645063&gclid=Cj0KEQiA56_FBRDYpqGa2p_e1MgBEiQAVEZ6-yYM9nzYNnscxFLXzsv7kAdL1ljDL3Q7xn2l3eZtDAEaAtyu8P8HAQ , I didnt read enough to see if it could run 5 coins though.

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February 21, 2017, 08:45:02 AM
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I did a little How Hard Is It for A Newcomer to Setup A Wallet? survey. You guys won: got a wallet set up and coined up in under ninety minutes.

Don't know if I'll stick around -- but scalextrix knows I've long had a kind word for SLR over on the Reddit Doge Cryptocurrency thread.

Mark, Western Australia -- any Australians here?
Thats good feedback Mark, did you post about your survey results anywhere?  Stick with SLR, we have some cool innovations coming on ElectriCChain and such.

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February 21, 2017, 10:58:31 PM
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I did a little How Hard Is It for A Newcomer to Setup A Wallet? survey. You guys won: got a wallet set up and coined up in under ninety minutes.

Don't know if I'll stick around -- but scalextrix knows I've long had a kind word for SLR over on the Reddit Doge Cryptocurrency thread.

Mark, Western Australia -- any Australians here?
Thats good feedback Mark, did you post about your survey results anywhere?  Stick with SLR, we have some cool innovations coming on ElectriCChain and such.

Morning, Scalextrix. Not as such. The 'survey' was impromptu, born of frustration with the lack of wallet support with another crypto. I did post a positive message over at Groestlcoin, who also have The Wallet Thang well in hand.

And got a tiny bid up on Bittrex.

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I did a little How Hard Is It for A Newcomer to Setup A Wallet? survey. You guys won: got a wallet set up and coined up in under ninety minutes.

Don't know if I'll stick around -- but scalextrix knows I've long had a kind word for SLR over on the Reddit Doge Cryptocurrency thread.

Mark, Western Australia -- any Australians here?

I'm originally from South Australia but currently living in Victoria. I jumped on board with SolarCoin back in 2014, missed the launch by a couple of months, and have been here ever since.

I have a mate in South Australia who I introduced to SolarCoin also, so there's at least three of us.  Grin
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February 23, 2017, 01:03:53 PM
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I did a little How Hard Is It for A Newcomer to Setup A Wallet? survey. You guys won: got a wallet set up and coined up in under ninety minutes.

Don't know if I'll stick around -- but scalextrix knows I've long had a kind word for SLR over on the Reddit Doge Cryptocurrency thread.

Mark, Western Australia -- any Australians here?

I'm originally from South Australia but currently living in Victoria. I jumped on board with SolarCoin back in 2014, missed the launch by a couple of months, and have been here ever since.

I have a mate in South Australia who I introduced to SolarCoin also, so there's at least three of us.  Grin
Was chatting on the Telegram channel the other day, turns out a chap lives in the next town, was a funny conversation, for a minute I thought he was gonna turn out to be my neighbour!  More SolarCoiners out there than you think Smiley

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February 25, 2017, 07:08:10 AM
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I did a little How Hard Is It for A Newcomer to Setup A Wallet? survey. You guys won: got a wallet set up and coined up in under ninety minutes.

Don't know if I'll stick around -- but scalextrix knows I've long had a kind word for SLR over on the Reddit Doge Cryptocurrency thread.

Mark, Western Australia -- any Australians here?

I'm originally from South Australia but currently living in Victoria. I jumped on board with SolarCoin back in 2014, missed the launch by a couple of months, and have been here ever since.

I have a mate in South Australia who I introduced to SolarCoin also, so there's at least three of us.  Grin

Aww shucks, are we mates now? Wink

TooQik put me on to SLR way back when, and we learned a lot through the mining phase. Glad that is over and done with; while it was a great fun learning experience, mining doesn't really fit in with the renewable energy ethos. Very interested in the various initiatives this coin is following, and excited to see where it all goes!

Got a feeling that there's at least one more Aussie here, but I'm not searching back through the thread to find them... lol
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