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May 23, 2018, 08:22:25 AM
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I see that the OP has not been updated in ages - for example it is still listing Allcrypt as an Exchange for Solarcoin, but Allcrypt was hacked years ago and went out of business (most of my SLR were there and have disappeared in the process). I'd suggest you to keep these things up to date, so as not to give the idea of an abandoned project, which Solarcoin surely is not.

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May 23, 2018, 09:35:58 AM
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Linux wallet is not possible to sync. Tried many things, but nothing helped. Headers sync stuck on 37%. Also the development of wallet is almost non existent. I may have to sell the coins and leave project as I'm not capable to have a wallet on Linux.

There's a new wallet in development. It's not been released yet. You can always use Coinomi if Linux is being finicky. It's available for both android and iPhone. You can and should save your private key from Coinomi. There's a write up somewhere to get the wallet compiled and working on a raspberry pi also, as well there should be an option to reload the blockchain in the wallet app which will download the current block height.

Thank you. The wallet for android is not going to help me as I'm running the wallet for staking, but I tested it and it has nice support for many coins. That may come handy. Is there any ETA on the new wallet release? I will hold to my coins without staking until the new wallet is out.
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May 23, 2018, 10:24:26 AM
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Linux wallet is not possible to sync. Tried many things, but nothing helped. Headers sync stuck on 37%. Also the development of wallet is almost non existent. I may have to sell the coins and leave project as I'm not capable to have a wallet on Linux.

There's a new wallet in development. It's not been released yet. You can always use Coinomi if Linux is being finicky. It's available for both android and iPhone. You can and should save your private key from Coinomi. There's a write up somewhere to get the wallet compiled and working on a raspberry pi also, as well there should be an option to reload the blockchain in the wallet app which will download the current block height.

Thank you. The wallet for android is not going to help me as I'm running the wallet for staking, but I tested it and it has nice support for many coins. That may come handy. Is there any ETA on the new wallet release? I will hold to my coins without staking until the new wallet is out.
I just saw your earlier issue, if you are compiling the linux wallet make sure you use version 2.1.8 from the solarcoin-legacy github, last time I checked the solarcoin wallet is in active development and may not fully sync right now

https://github.com/onsightit/solarcoin-legacy

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May 23, 2018, 12:30:20 PM
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Linux wallet is not possible to sync. Tried many things, but nothing helped. Headers sync stuck on 37%. Also the development of wallet is almost non existent. I may have to sell the coins and leave project as I'm not capable to have a wallet on Linux.

There's a new wallet in development. It's not been released yet. You can always use Coinomi if Linux is being finicky. It's available for both android and iPhone. You can and should save your private key from Coinomi. There's a write up somewhere to get the wallet compiled and working on a raspberry pi also, as well there should be an option to reload the blockchain in the wallet app which will download the current block height.

Thank you. The wallet for android is not going to help me as I'm running the wallet for staking, but I tested it and it has nice support for many coins. That may come handy. Is there any ETA on the new wallet release? I will hold to my coins without staking until the new wallet is out.

It's true Solarcoin won't actively stake in Coinomi, however they do accrue stake time while not staking. When you import the private key from Coinomi they should begin to stake at an accelerated rate until the coin age hits an equilibrium. Notice I said "should." Smiley I have noticed extracting the private key from Coinomi can be a challenge. I'd experiment with a small amount until you can operate the extraction with confidence.

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May 23, 2018, 08:02:39 PM
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Linux wallet is not possible to sync. Tried many things, but nothing helped. Headers sync stuck on 37%. Also the development of wallet is almost non existent. I may have to sell the coins and leave project as I'm not capable to have a wallet on Linux.

There's a new wallet in development. It's not been released yet. You can always use Coinomi if Linux is being finicky. It's available for both android and iPhone. You can and should save your private key from Coinomi. There's a write up somewhere to get the wallet compiled and working on a raspberry pi also, as well there should be an option to reload the blockchain in the wallet app which will download the current block height.

Thank you. The wallet for android is not going to help me as I'm running the wallet for staking, but I tested it and it has nice support for many coins. That may come handy. Is there any ETA on the new wallet release? I will hold to my coins without staking until the new wallet is out.

How many coins do you need to have in the wallet to start to get some stakes? I have have kept the wallet open at times for some days but I have NEVER got any stakes.

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May 24, 2018, 04:57:45 AM
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Linux wallet is not possible to sync. Tried many things, but nothing helped. Headers sync stuck on 37%. Also the development of wallet is almost non existent. I may have to sell the coins and leave project as I'm not capable to have a wallet on Linux.

There's a new wallet in development. It's not been released yet. You can always use Coinomi if Linux is being finicky. It's available for both android and iPhone. You can and should save your private key from Coinomi. There's a write up somewhere to get the wallet compiled and working on a raspberry pi also, as well there should be an option to reload the blockchain in the wallet app which will download the current block height.

Thank you. The wallet for android is not going to help me as I'm running the wallet for staking, but I tested it and it has nice support for many coins. That may come handy. Is there any ETA on the new wallet release? I will hold to my coins without staking until the new wallet is out.

How many coins do you need to have in the wallet to start to get some stakes? I have have kept the wallet open at times for some days but I have NEVER got any stakes.

I think with 2k I was already getting stakes every few days.
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May 24, 2018, 10:36:13 AM
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Linux wallet is not possible to sync. Tried many things, but nothing helped. Headers sync stuck on 37%. Also the development of wallet is almost non existent. I may have to sell the coins and leave project as I'm not capable to have a wallet on Linux.

There's a new wallet in development. It's not been released yet. You can always use Coinomi if Linux is being finicky. It's available for both android and iPhone. You can and should save your private key from Coinomi. There's a write up somewhere to get the wallet compiled and working on a raspberry pi also, as well there should be an option to reload the blockchain in the wallet app which will download the current block height.

Thank you. The wallet for android is not going to help me as I'm running the wallet for staking, but I tested it and it has nice support for many coins. That may come handy. Is there any ETA on the new wallet release? I will hold to my coins without staking until the new wallet is out.

How many coins do you need to have in the wallet to start to get some stakes? I have have kept the wallet open at times for some days but I have NEVER got any stakes.

I think with 2k I was already getting stakes every few days.

Then I should give it another try, since I have a bit more than that. How much coins do you get on average with a stake? Or is is a fixed amount?

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May 24, 2018, 12:53:42 PM
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Average 2% a year.
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May 27, 2018, 04:24:27 PM
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Four days now with the open wallet and several thousands coins of stakes and no stakes collected so far. At the same time, the staking icon inside the wallet is telling me: expected time to earn interest: 4 minutes. That's a bit strange...

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May 27, 2018, 04:27:36 PM
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Hey guys, any ideas of if SLR going to be listed on any other exchanges other than just Bittrex? Feels like a waste to have such a good coin only on one exchange.

Binance/Kucoin/Youbi/Bithump/Bitfinex/Upbit etc etc.

So many that can only benefit SLR! Bittrex is great, but it's volume all year has lacked and it holds 98% of total volume.....it really needs more listings!
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May 27, 2018, 08:26:31 PM
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No news on any new exchanges but I hope.
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May 27, 2018, 08:27:33 PM
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Four days now with the open wallet and several thousands coins of stakes and no stakes collected so far. At the same time, the staking icon inside the wallet is telling me: expected time to earn interest: 4 minutes. That's a bit strange...


It should work just takes time depending on your amount you stake. Average rate is 2% a year.
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May 28, 2018, 12:28:20 PM
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Four days now with the open wallet and several thousands coins of stakes and no stakes collected so far. At the same time, the staking icon inside the wallet is telling me: expected time to earn interest: 4 minutes. That's a bit strange...

Match the current wallet block to the blockchain. If they don't match, rescan your wallet. Sometimes the wallet gets a little odd when it restarts.

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May 28, 2018, 07:19:15 PM
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Four days now with the open wallet and several thousands coins of stakes and no stakes collected so far. At the same time, the staking icon inside the wallet is telling me: expected time to earn interest: 4 minutes. That's a bit strange...


It should work just takes time depending on your amount you stake. Average rate is 2% a year.

Finally I've got 1.3 SLR. I'm getting rich! Jokes apart I'm still thinking at the tens of thousands of SLR (most of the coins I had then) which I have lost in 2014 in the collapse of Allcrypt. Is anyone in the know if anything was ever recovered from that hack?

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May 29, 2018, 07:38:40 AM
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Sollab joins the Affiliate program to deliver SolarCoins in India

Sollab joins the SolarCoin Network in IndiaSollab logo


Sollab, an advisory firm specialized in Artificial Intelligence, Robotics and Blockchain applications for the energy sector joins the SolarCoin Foundation as Affiliate in India.

“Solar power having already achieved grid parity in most geographies in the world and millions of buildings are installing rooftop PV, additional incentive in the form of SolarCoin will not only fuel this revolution, but could also facilitate peer-to-peer trading using SolrCoin as the preferred settlement mechanism. Sollab is excited to work with SolarCoin Foundation in transforming the electricity markets around the world” said Reji Kumar Pillai, Co-Founder and Chief Scientist at Sollab, who is also the Chairman of Global Smart Grid Federation.
https://solarcoin.org/en/news/sollab_joins_the_affiliate_program_to_deliver_solarcoins_in_india

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June 01, 2018, 01:35:21 PM
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I think that most of the altcoins  really have nothing significant to offer like solarcoin does.
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June 01, 2018, 01:40:15 PM
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Oh, I think that someone was really anxious to dump their coins even with the crazy influx of new buy orders.
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June 04, 2018, 03:48:24 PM
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European Crowdfunding Network joins SolarCoin Foundation Advisory


http://eurocrowd.org/2018/06/04/european-crowdfunding-network-joins-solarcoin-foundation-advisory/
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June 06, 2018, 10:36:05 AM
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Hello SolarCoin believers,

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It would be really great help from your side if you can spend 60 seconds of your time and give us your valuable feedback for our two recent updates 1) Snapshot and 2) Colourful interface of SolarCoin at: https://cointopper.com/coin/solarcoin

Constructive criticisms are always welcome at CoinTopper.  Thank you!!
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June 06, 2018, 03:18:07 PM
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Very good news, do not know Solarcoin price will change accordingly. Now the global energy needs to be transformed, but the process may make it long

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