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October 13, 2016, 02:41:13 PM
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CrownCoin, CRW

------------------------*************-------------------------

Tradition merged with technology
Crowncoin (CRW) is a new digital currency inspired by royal European history.
Crowncoin has a two tier network (Thrones) which will provide the base for decentralised
applications and was created with the sole purpose: to become a dominant European digital currency
storing the historical and financial values generated on the old continent.

Using Thrones (Masternodes) we have built the foundations for a DApp platform (Digital Apps),
we aim to host services, decentralised across the network.


------------------------*************-------------------------


------------------------*************-------------------------

FEATURES

Thrones - Masternodes/Paid Full Nodes (10,000 CRW Collateral/40% Coinbase Reward)
Merged Mined - Crowncoin can be mined along side Bitcoin and other MM sha-256 coins
Time Stamping - Need to prove you own a digital document? Time stamp with Crowncoin!
Name Stamping - Give your wallet address a personal touch, eg (defunctec)



------------------------*************-------------------------

ROAD MAP

Bounty available for a professional graphic of our road map



------------------------*************-------------------------

SPECIFICATIONS
Thrones (Masternodes)
SHA256D POW - Merged mined with Bitcoin
42,000,000 Total
60 seconds block Time.
6 confirmations for transaction.
Retarget - Every Block - DGW

------------------------*************-------------------------

BLOCK REWARDS
10 Crowns per block.
6 CRW (Miner).
4 CRW (Masternode)
DGW-Smooth difficulty adjustments
every block.

------------------------*************-------------------------

Wallet Downloads

------------------------*************-------------------------

Exchanges
https://c-cex.com/?p=crw-btc
https://c-cex.com/?p=crw-usd
https://www.coinexchange.io/market/CRW/BTC

------------------------*************-------------------------

Blockchain explorer
http://crw.blockpioneers.info/
https://chainz.cryptoid.info/crw/
https://www.blockexperts.com/crw
www.zpool.ca/explorer?id=274
http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/crowncoin/
https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/crowncoin

------------------------*************-------------------------

Source code
https://github.com/Crowndev/crowncoin

------------------------*************-------------------------

Online pool
http://pool.syscoin.org/
http://www.ispace.co.uk/

------------------------*************-------------------------

Launch
8.10.2014 (2014-10-8)

------------------------*************-------------------------

THRONES


------------------------*************-------------------------

Bug reports
http://bugzilla.crownlab.eu

------------------------*************-------------------------

Bounty Fund
13Tp1G1QXzJkUEtYH9DuYaYv4eGEmxkVpa

Fund Balance
   129,043 CRW

Fund payments In/Out
IN/OUT

------------------------*************-------------------------

Translations - 750CRW
French Translation
Spanish Translation
Greek Translation
Italian Translation
Indonesian Translation
Malayalam Translation


------------------------*************-------------------------

Community
https://www.reddit.com/r/Crowncoin/
https://twitter.com/Crowncoin1
https://www.facebook.com/crowncoin/

------------------------*************-------------------------

IN CROWN WE TRUST


still no Filipino translation on the OP, i can translate this in Filipino if you want.

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October 13, 2016, 02:59:20 PM
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We absolutely have thought of services for the Crowncoin network, the current lead dev has the killer app but
he holds his cards close to his chest (understandable). I assure you Crowncoin will not be 'just another DASH clone' for long.
We have a real passion for the plans and ideas we have and think Crowncoin can benefit all Crypto currencies.

VPS - OVH or contact CHAOSiTEC... However you'd be doing crowncoin a fever if you could find another provider (decentralisation Tongue)

OVH = $3.50
Chaositec = $2.60

The Hive appreciates your help. What does a .conf file look like when there are multiple thrones? Do we have to make a brand new .conf file or is there a way to append new thrones into the existing .conf file.

The Hive is grateful for your assistance in building its Throne room.

~ The Hive ~

Here is a sample of a Throne.conf (Throneprivkeys changed). In theory you can just append new thrones into existing throne.conf however there is a bug with start-many that means that if any of the thrones in your conf are already active, the new one's won't start.  This will be fixed in the next release.  The work around is to back up your throne.conf and then temporarily remove the ones that are already running.  Once the new ones have started, you can merge your backed up throne.conf and the new one.  Annoying but will be temporary.

Code:
Throne1 158.69.66.58:9340 5JKSn3YoUazqFsjPUMzqhH3R6sMqo4Xvpbp 0304566d46efd2be4056ffce7557eb1827414ae3eda4fbe001f713ef31e780df 1
Throne2 158.69.88.76:9340 5JxPceUF5U6ygJUg4mjuFAhTKb71XWpUhX8B9J12V 0461a3f6ebf0e213a1a223f22a9dcf8ac024bb7e8e5d770ff15c5f07058e68bb 0
Throne3 158.69.88.80:9340 5K742koAadfMhLUaBS9TpxEhHq1Wp8CnRNZoB1q9 0cd69ee9ba21624902aee15dcbcbca757e1e0a939ef97b578dbe860fc3eaaa3c 0
Throne4 158.69.89.107:9340 5JWSP3emq2RD92p9wQdBLgS1YYxPWj3xAtwBodA 12b0f448213abcad94a0b2d76bcfea4675cbd542b97803aa840afaf9942500ec 0
Throne5 158.69.89.0:9340 5KP6uvWQktjNC3TxqFQHqboJFYadK7XJVteNMq1MuA 13b8fac7f8d471a9da5d6ee2aaa7a321acb85ec973e686474acac3e2e860c43a 0

I am curious about how frequently the thrones payout to their respective wallets?  Additionally, has anyone else had to run swapfile to supplement their virtual memory?  Lastly, I might be able to trouble shoot this, but utilizing the my throne section requires that you start the address there?  Or can I populate the requisite information manually?

Thank you for any insight

I find that I need a swap file when compiling on a VPS with less than 1GB of RAM.  In theory you don't need to make the swap file persistent to run Crowncoind but I make it persistent to make it easier to compile updates later on.

These are the commands I use for a 1GB swap on Debian and Ubuntu...

Code:
sudo mkdir -p /var/cache/swap/   
sudo dd if=/dev/zero of=/var/cache/swap/myswap bs=1M count=1024
sudo mkswap /var/cache/swap/myswap
sudo swapon /var/cache/swap/myswap

Then you need to insert a line into fstab to make sure the new swap file persists after reboot:

Code:
sudo nano /etc/fstab

Paste this line in:
/var/cache/swap/myswap    none    swap    sw    0   0

CTRL+o to write file

CTRL+x to exit nano


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October 13, 2016, 03:24:12 PM
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Here is a sample of a Throne.conf (Throneprivkeys changed). In theory you can just append new thrones into existing throne.conf however there is a bug with start-many that means that if any of the thrones in your conf are already active, the new one's won't start.  This will be fixed in the next release.  The work around is to back up your throne.conf and then temporarily remove the ones that are already running.  Once the new ones have started, you can merge your backed up throne.conf and the new one.  Annoying but will be temporary.

Code:
Throne1 158.69.66.58:9340 5JKSn3YoUazqFsjPUMzqhH3R6sMqo4Xvpbp 0304566d46efd2be4056ffce7557eb1827414ae3eda4fbe001f713ef31e780df 1
Throne2 158.69.88.76:9340 5JxPceUF5U6ygJUg4mjuFAhTKb71XWpUhX8B9J12V 0461a3f6ebf0e213a1a223f22a9dcf8ac024bb7e8e5d770ff15c5f07058e68bb 0
Throne3 158.69.88.80:9340 5K742koAadfMhLUaBS9TpxEhHq1Wp8CnRNZoB1q9 0cd69ee9ba21624902aee15dcbcbca757e1e0a939ef97b578dbe860fc3eaaa3c 0
Throne4 158.69.89.107:9340 5JWSP3emq2RD92p9wQdBLgS1YYxPWj3xAtwBodA 12b0f448213abcad94a0b2d76bcfea4675cbd542b97803aa840afaf9942500ec 0
Throne5 158.69.89.0:9340 5KP6uvWQktjNC3TxqFQHqboJFYadK7XJVteNMq1MuA 13b8fac7f8d471a9da5d6ee2aaa7a321acb85ec973e686474acac3e2e860c43a 0

We thank your people. The Hive has only one more question, hopefully. Does The Hive keep the crowncoin.conf and update "thrones=1" to "thrones=n"? Where n= number of total thrones? Or do we keep "thrones=1" written in crowncoin.conf and merely add in a throne.conf file to the Crowncoinfile with respective IP addresses, private keys....

The Hive's Throne Room will soon manifest.

Cordially,

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October 13, 2016, 03:35:57 PM
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Here is a sample of a Throne.conf (Throneprivkeys changed). In theory you can just append new thrones into existing throne.conf however there is a bug with start-many that means that if any of the thrones in your conf are already active, the new one's won't start.  This will be fixed in the next release.  The work around is to back up your throne.conf and then temporarily remove the ones that are already running.  Once the new ones have started, you can merge your backed up throne.conf and the new one.  Annoying but will be temporary.

Code:
Throne1 158.69.66.58:9340 5JKSn3YoUazqFsjPUMzqhH3R6sMqo4Xvpbp 0304566d46efd2be4056ffce7557eb1827414ae3eda4fbe001f713ef31e780df 1
Throne2 158.69.88.76:9340 5JxPceUF5U6ygJUg4mjuFAhTKb71XWpUhX8B9J12V 0461a3f6ebf0e213a1a223f22a9dcf8ac024bb7e8e5d770ff15c5f07058e68bb 0
Throne3 158.69.88.80:9340 5K742koAadfMhLUaBS9TpxEhHq1Wp8CnRNZoB1q9 0cd69ee9ba21624902aee15dcbcbca757e1e0a939ef97b578dbe860fc3eaaa3c 0
Throne4 158.69.89.107:9340 5JWSP3emq2RD92p9wQdBLgS1YYxPWj3xAtwBodA 12b0f448213abcad94a0b2d76bcfea4675cbd542b97803aa840afaf9942500ec 0
Throne5 158.69.89.0:9340 5KP6uvWQktjNC3TxqFQHqboJFYadK7XJVteNMq1MuA 13b8fac7f8d471a9da5d6ee2aaa7a321acb85ec973e686474acac3e2e860c43a 0

We thank your people. The Hive has only one more question, hopefully. Does The Hive keep the crowncoin.conf and update "thrones=1" to "thrones=n"? Where n= number of total thrones? Or do we keep "thrones=1" written in crowncoin.conf and merely add in a throne.conf file to the Crowncoinfile with respective IP addresses, private keys....

The Hive's Throne Room will soon manifest.

Cordially,

~ The Hive ~

Keep Crowncoin.conf.  That is still used to specify wallet settings.

As you suggest, keep throne=1 in crowncoin.conf and add extra entries in throne.conf.

Throne=1 simply tells the wallet that it is controlling however many thrones are in throne.conf.
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October 13, 2016, 04:43:31 PM
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still no Filipino translation on the OP, i can translate this in Filipino if you want.

Yes please.
I will review it and send the bounty.

I just need

-Translated thread link
-A Crowncoin wallet address to pay the bounty

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October 13, 2016, 10:10:08 PM
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I have been playing with thrones on AWS using micro instances of Ubuntu 16.04...

I stopped one of the thrones yesterday and put some dummy info into the Crowncoin.conf file and took an image of it.  Copied that image to all the other geographies I saw on AWS and made all those images public.

In the short term this is definitely not in my best interest for increasing the amount my thrones mine... but I'm not worried about that -- I am a newbie and learning from working with the coin and the software and it's not worth anything if we all don't help build the community around it and uses for it... and part of that is making the throne setup easier.  

Generally speaking, if you have your throne on a platform where you can take an image, you can launch a new instance from that image and then just update the crowncoin.conf file and restart crowncoind to sync the blockchain, and voila -- you have a new throne server set up (you still need to go back to the local wallet and start the throne to associate your wallet with the remote server so you can receive payments)...

Literally, if you want to play with AWS or already know it... log in and go to EC2 and launch an instance.  You will be able to choose from different sets of images, click the COMMUNITY AMI tab and then search for "CRW" -- the images I put out there are titled "CRW-THRONE-PRELOAD" and are listed as being "other Linux" operating system -- probably just because in building the throne we made modifications to the original Unbuntu.

In the next step you choose the size/power etc of your instance.  To build the new throne I had to use a "small" instance due to memory limitations, but the images can be installed and run on a "micro" instance -- so once I had the throne installed I took a snapshot and launched a new micro instance and have been running thrones on AWS as micro instances.  If you are new to AWS you may be eligible for "free tier" services -- which really just means that you get 750 hours a month for your first year free and the micro instance is eligible for the free tier -- so this basically translates to something like getting your first throne free and then it looks like the cost is around $10 per month per throne based on how my daily AWS bill is stacking up...  which isn't cheap - but if you can save hours spinning things up and this also makes you more agile when the upgrade goes out -- it could be worth it...  I'm new to all this and just learning.

Follow the AWS instructions for connecting to your instance (and if you have issues check you security setting in AWS -- they have their own firewalls outside the instance firewalls and you want to set those in a parallel fashion to the way the throne set up instructions limit access to port 22 and open up port 9340).

Once logged in to your instance type (what's to the left of the ">" is just symbolizing the prompt):
~> cd .crowncoin
~.crowncoin> nano crowncoin.conf

[this will open the editor and you can update the rpcuser, rpcpassword, external ip & throne private key to what you need or want them to be.]

type ctrl + o, and then return to save your changes.
type ctrl + x to exit the text editor.

~.crowncoin> chmod 444 crowncoin.conf

[locks the crowncoin.conf file]

~.crowncoin> cd
~> cd src/crowncoin/src
~src/crowncoin/src> ./crowncoind

[at this point is should tell you that the crowncoin server has started and it is syncing the blockchain... the good news is that it already has the blockchain up to 10/12/2016 -- so this shouldn't take long.]

if you want to check on the progress of the sync just type "./crowncoin-cli getinfo" -- but if you are trying to operate at peak efficiency, if it said the server is started it's started so now you can leave the session and go to your local wallet.  If you had already updated your throne.conf file there -- then just go to Help > Debug and click on the Console tab...

At the prompt in the console tab, type:
>throne start-alias [throne alias in quotes] [WalletPassPhrase]
such that if the throne alias were "Jack" and the passphrase were "Jill" (always fun to use the subjunctive case) you would type:
>throne start-alias "Jack" Jill

the console should inform you of your success... and if it doesn't, either you or I missed something...

This is my first time posting a Community AMI on AWS -- so I am kind of curious if it works.  What is of value to me is your trust and just making the world a little less frustrating -- so if this helps you and makes the throne set-up process easier -- that's awesome.

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I have been playing with thrones on AWS using micro instances of Ubuntu 16.04...

I stopped one of the thrones yesterday and put some dummy info into the Crowncoin.conf file and took an image of it.  Copied that image to all the other geographies I saw on AWS and made all those images public.

In the short term this is definitely not in my best interest for increasing the amount my thrones mine... but I'm not worried about that -- I am a newbie and learning from working with the coin and the software and it's not worth anything if we all don't help build the community around it and uses for it... and part of that is making the throne setup easier. 

Generally speaking, if you have your throne on a platform where you can take an image, you can launch a new instance from that image and then just update the crowncoin.conf file and restart crowncoind to sync the blockchain, and voila -- you have a new throne server set up (you still need to go back to the local wallet and start the throne to associate your wallet with the remote server so you can receive payments)...

Literally, if you want to play with AWS or already know it... log in and go to EC2 and launch an instance.  You will be able to choose from different sets of images, click the COMMUNITY AMI tab and then search for "CRW" -- the images I put out there are titled "CRW-THRONE-PRELOAD" and are listed as being "other Linux" operating system -- probably just because in building the throne we made modifications to the original Unbuntu.

Follow the AWS instructions for connecting to your instance (and if you have issues check you security setting in AWS -- they have their own firewalls outside the instance firewalls and you want to set those in a parallel fashion to the way the throne set up instructions limit access to port 22 and open up port 9340).

Once logged in to your instance type (what's to the left of the ">" is just symbolizing the prompt):
~> cd .crowncoin
~.crowncoin> nano crowncoin.conf

[this will open the editor and you can update the rpcuser, rpcpassword, external ip & throne private key to what you need or want them to be.]

type ctrl + o, and then return to save your changes.
type ctrl + x to exit the text editor.

~.crowncoin> chmod 444 crowncoin.conf

[locks the crowncoin.conf file]

~.crowncoin> cd
~> cd src/crowncoin/src
~src/crowncoin/src> ./crowncoid

[at this point is should tell you that the crowncoin server has started and it is syncing the blockchain... the good news is that it already has the blockchain up to 10/12/2016 -- so this shouldn't take long.]

if you want to check on the progress of the sync just type "./crowncoin-cli getinfo" -- but if you are trying to operate at peak efficiency, if it said the server is started it's started so now you can leave the session and go to your local wallet.  If you had already updated your throne.conf file there -- then just go to Help > Debug and click on the Console tab...

At the prompt in the console tab, type:
>throne start-alias [throne alias in quotes] [WalletPassPhrase]
such that if the throne alias were "Jack" and the passphrase were "Jill" (always fun to use the subjunctive case) you would type:
>throne start-alias "Jack" Jill

the console should inform you of your success... and if it doesn't, either you or I missed something...

This is my first time posting a Community AMI on AWS -- so I am kind of curious if it works.  What is of value to me is your trust and just making the world a little less frustrating -- so if this helps you and makes the throne set-up process easier -- that's awesome.

-UI

Awesome! thanks for posting this, and making it easy for people to setup thrones :-)

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October 13, 2016, 11:37:10 PM
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still no Filipino translation on the OP, i can translate this in Filipino if you want.

Yes please.
I will review it and send the bounty.

I just need

-Translated thread link
-A Crowncoin wallet address to pay the bounty

Thanks

Filipino translation of this ANN can be found here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1645906.0
kindly check and acknowledge.
long live the CROWNCOIN!

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recieve 69 CRW in my account coinexchange.io
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recieve 69 CRW in my account coinexchange.io
thank you
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coinexchange.io has a pretty nice peer info page https://www.coinexchange.io/network/peers/CRW
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Just a mini update.

Im currently speaking to a couple of designers that will be able to help us make the OP more appealing.

It'd be great to have some what of a standardised color scheme, (Black&Gold) or (White&Gold) for the OP and the new wallet look.

Also we need a clear plan and projected dates so we can hand the ideas over to the designer so he can make an amazing looking roadmap.

Coming soon....

-New wallet makeover
-Android app (Throne monitoring tool)
-Update to latest DASH code for Thrones
-Update to 0.10 Bitcoin core
New forum OP design and roadmap

Other big news has yet to be released to the public.
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Just a mini update.

Im currently speaking to a couple of designers that will be able to help us make the OP more appealing.

It'd be great to have some what of a standardised color scheme, (Black&Gold) or (White&Gold) for the OP and the new wallet look.

Also we need a clear plan and projected dates so we can hand the ideas over to the designer so he can make an amazing looking roadmap.

Coming soon....

-New wallet makeover
-Android app (Throne monitoring tool)
-Update to latest DASH code for Thrones
-Update to 0.10 Bitcoin core
New forum OP design and roadmap

Other big news has yet to be released to the public.

I am personally looking forward to the new QT wallet look!

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a very promising and profitable coin, thanks for the promotions that are currently running, it helps to boost the trading price for the benefit of traders like me. Smiley

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Just a mini update.

Im currently speaking to a couple of designers that will be able to help us make the OP more appealing.

It'd be great to have some what of a standardised color scheme, (Black&Gold) or (White&Gold) for the OP and the new wallet look.

Also we need a clear plan and projected dates so we can hand the ideas over to the designer so he can make an amazing looking roadmap.

Coming soon....

-New wallet makeover
-Android app (Throne monitoring tool)
-Update to latest DASH code for Thrones
-Update to 0.10 Bitcoin core
New forum OP design and roadmap

Other big news has yet to be released to the public.

Just a bit more detail on the update on the Bitcoin core update.  We're aiming for 0.12 but getting there incrementally.  Work on the code is progressing brilliantly but we think we are going to need at least a month of testing before release. If I factor in some slack I expect that we will be releasing a wallet with new Bitcoin core in December.

Whilst we are updating the Dash code for Thrones, we are also making other changes to the service network. Some of these changes are standalone improvements to the solid foundation that Dash provides but others are going to be much more radical. I'll be sharing more details on this soon. Dash works very well indeed but we think there some things that need to be improved and some new features in order to support our roadmap.



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October 14, 2016, 10:24:06 AM
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BOUNTY ANNOUNCEMENT

Somehow, Crowncoin has managed to survive thusfar without a Testnet! All testing to date has been done in hacked together sandbox networks.

I am offering a 3,500 CRW bounty to the first person to generate a Testnet genesis block and make the necessary changes to the code on github for us to test and include in next release. Our devs have it on their list but have other priorities right now and I'd rather get it in place sooner rather than later.

If you are planning on doing the work, please post here to say so in order to minimise the chance of duplication of effort.

Bounty will be paid once pull request is made, discussed and tested.
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What is the current price of CrownCoin?

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October 14, 2016, 10:45:19 AM
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What is the current price of CrownCoin?

0.0000312 BTC / $0.02
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October 14, 2016, 11:39:51 AM
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Filipino translation of this ANN can be found here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1645906.0
kindly check and acknowledge.
long live the CROWNCOIN!

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October 14, 2016, 12:04:31 PM
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hi, thread indonesian updated https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1571656.0

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October 14, 2016, 12:07:46 PM
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hi, thread indonesian updated https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1571656.0

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I'm not sure you updated the 'wallets' section to latest, this is the most important, thanks.
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