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June 04, 2014, 05:00:06 PM
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could we see some screenshots ?

The design is boring so probably not.  Smiley

Yeah design won't have a major improvement until v0.2. There is a 300 PPC bounty for designing the theme.

I'll try to post some screenshots later.
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June 04, 2014, 08:55:54 PM
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The "-walletnotify" command feature is also supported in this client, by the way.

I don't know what this is.

Could you please explain: what is the "-walletnotify" command feature?

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June 04, 2014, 10:18:26 PM
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Here's some screenshots. It is mostly just the standard look for clients. The first version is focused on adding all the functionality; the second version will be the one with a fancy new theme. As I said before, there is a 300 PPC bounty up for grabs and a referral fee too.

And remember, the Peercoin blockchain has no bloat, less than 300MB. So no waiting hours and hours to get started after you download  Wink

Splash screen:

https://i.imgur.com/Ignc8rE.png

Minting button:

https://i.imgur.com/Etj99m2.png

Coin control:

https://i.imgur.com/DD0lTRG.png
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July 23, 2014, 09:07:52 PM
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How does this one click minting work? I set to unlock wallet for minting, but with three days gone by i see no minted coins in my wallet. I have over 40PPC sitting in there, i do not need to create that .conf file and bat file that ppcoin wallet suggests due to this "one click minting" right?

Am i missing something?

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July 29, 2014, 04:35:19 PM
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How does this one click minting work? I set to unlock wallet for minting, but with three days gone by i see no minted coins in my wallet. I have over 40PPC sitting in there, i do not need to create that .conf file and bat file that ppcoin wallet suggests due to this "one click minting" right?

Am i missing something?

As long as the padlock in the bottom right corner of the wallet says you are minting, then you are minting. It will probably take you a lot longer than 3 days to mint a block. You can use this calculator to find out what your chances are within a certain time frame: http://poscalculator.peercointalk.org/ (The current POS difficulty is 11.65). Even if it takes a long time, you will still receive 1% per year as the reward will simply be deferred until you do mint a block.
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October 09, 2014, 07:54:41 AM
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How does this one click minting work? I set to unlock wallet for minting, but with three days gone by i see no minted coins in my wallet. I have over 40PPC sitting in there, i do not need to create that .conf file and bat file that ppcoin wallet suggests due to this "one click minting" right?

Am i missing something?

As long as the padlock in the bottom right corner of the wallet says you are minting, then you are minting. It will probably take you a lot longer than 3 days to mint a block. You can use this calculator to find out what your chances are within a certain time frame: http://poscalculator.peercointalk.org/ (The current POS difficulty is 11.65). Even if it takes a long time, you will still receive 1% per year as the reward will simply be deferred until you do mint a block.
Also curious as to whether anybody has successfully generated any PoS coins via PeerUnity wallet?  I've been staking ~30 PPC since around 9/18 of this year and have yet to receive a single PoS payment.  Been minting 24/7 since adding the coinage too :/

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October 09, 2014, 11:08:11 AM
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Also curious as to whether anybody has successfully generated any PoS coins via PeerUnity wallet?  I've been staking ~30 PPC since around 9/18 of this year and have yet to receive a single PoS payment.  Been minting 24/7 since adding the coinage too :/

I can confirm that I have successfully minted with Peerunity.
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October 17, 2014, 11:39:58 PM
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Also curious as to whether anybody has successfully generated any PoS coins via PeerUnity wallet?  I've been staking ~30 PPC since around 9/18 of this year and have yet to receive a single PoS payment.  Been minting 24/7 since adding the coinage too :/

I can confirm that I have successfully minted with Peerunity.

It has also worked for me. You may be interested in this tool from the ppcd project that tells you when your addresses will have chances to mint: http://www.peercointalk.org/index.php?topic=3145.msg33431#msg33431

Also by the way, Peerunity v0.1.1 has now been released. Available for download here: http://peercoin.net/download-peerunity
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