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June 01, 2015, 06:17:10 PM
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Is anyone maintaining http://phs.blockx.info/  ... seems to have been stuck for over a month now... again.

I'll send a message, he has some phs donations being staked.

use the other one till then.
http://phs.stakecoins.info/

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June 10, 2015, 06:57:48 AM
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Hi Palm,
I've moved to a Linux wallet but don't manage to recover my Windows wallet. I get an error message "wallet.dat corrupt: salvation failed" - do you know how i can fix that? I haven't been able to stake for a few days that's a pity..

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June 21, 2015, 06:52:39 AM
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OK I managed to move my PHS QT/wallet from Windows to Linux now.
In case someone faces the same challenge starting with Linux, here is what I had to do:

  • Launch the wallet in windows, go to the console, and run the command
  • dumpprivkey <PHS public address>

  • Do this for every PHS address in the wallet and copy the private key somewhere
  • Install Linux QT and sync the blockchain, go to the console, and run the command
  • importprivkey <PHS private key>

  • Do this for every PHS private key
  • Then go to file (main QT window), backup wallet
  • For some reason the wallet was saved in the QT folder, not the .Philosopherstone one
  • Name the backup wallet.dat and move to .Philosopherstone hidden folder (needs admin permission)

That's it! Enjoy the staking Smiley


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June 22, 2015, 05:47:54 PM
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OK I managed to move my PHS QT/wallet from Windows to Linux now.
In case someone faces the same challenge starting with Linux, here is what I had to do:

  • Launch the wallet in windows, go to the console, and run the command
  • dumpprivkey <PHS public address>

  • Do this for every PHS address in the wallet and copy the private key somewhere
  • Install Linux QT and sync the blockchain, go to the console, and run the command
  • importprivkey <PHS private key>

  • Do this for every PHS private key
  • Then go to file (main QT window), backup wallet
  • For some reason the wallet was saved in the QT folder, not the .Philosopherstone one
  • Name the backup wallet.dat and move to .Philosopherstone hidden folder (needs admin permission)

That's it! Enjoy the staking Smiley



Thanks Sorros, if using Qt you can just export wallet to send all keys to a text file. for pasting or paper.



Not recommended for inexperienced users as you can easily lose your balance if not secured.


In other news, Keeping an eye on the world economy and disturbances, maybe another crytpo rally is in order.  Wink

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June 22, 2015, 05:50:35 PM
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In other news, Keeping an eye on the world economy and disturbances, maybe another crytpo rally is in order.  Wink

Stewie is wise beyond his years. Grin


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June 26, 2015, 07:25:09 AM
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What a wonderfull prices here! Good longterm work, thanks Palmdetroit!
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July 02, 2015, 07:49:45 PM
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In other news, Keeping an eye on the world economy and disturbances, maybe another crytpo rally is in order.  Wink

Stewie is wise beyond his years. Grin



Glad to see you guys still around!

Also Coming up on Two years for PHS... long time in cryptos! Cheesy

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July 08, 2015, 07:17:20 PM
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Is there a prediction to launch a 64 bit linux binary? I'm trying until now to compile the source code in my Linux Mint. I never got an app working through compilation.
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July 08, 2015, 10:06:18 PM
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Is there a prediction to launch a 64 bit linux binary? I'm trying until now to compile the source code in my Linux Mint. I never got an app working through compilation.

You mean to make the PHS wallet work on Linux with a 64-bit machine?
If I can be of help in any way; I've just gone through the process...

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July 09, 2015, 04:52:13 AM
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Is there a prediction to launch a 64 bit linux binary? I'm trying until now to compile the source code in my Linux Mint. I never got an app working through compilation.

You mean to make the PHS wallet work on Linux with a 64-bit machine?
If I can be of help in any way; I've just gone through the process...



Hi,


No, I don't usually release Unix bins, someone else might, however.


That reminds me I should put together another Win 64bit one just for future proofing.

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Is there a prediction to launch a 64 bit linux binary? I'm trying until now to compile the source code in my Linux Mint. I never got an app working through compilation.

You mean to make the PHS wallet work on Linux with a 64-bit machine?
If I can be of help in any way; I've just gone through the process...


I would be thankful if you helped me step by step.
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July 09, 2015, 07:31:35 PM
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Is there a prediction to launch a 64 bit linux binary? I'm trying until now to compile the source code in my Linux Mint. I never got an app working through compilation.

You mean to make the PHS wallet work on Linux with a 64-bit machine?
If I can be of help in any way; I've just gone through the process...



Hi,


No, I don't usually release Unix bins, someone else might, however.


That reminds me I should put together another Win 64bit one just for future proofing.


Ok. By the way, how does POS work? Do I need to contact someone to notice that I'm actually owning coins, or is syncing the network and holding any amount of coins enough to receive coins from staking them?
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July 10, 2015, 06:10:58 AM
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1.6.6.4 Source

that's the latest greatest?

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July 11, 2015, 09:39:56 AM
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Is there a prediction to launch a 64 bit linux binary? I'm trying until now to compile the source code in my Linux Mint. I never got an app working through compilation.

You mean to make the PHS wallet work on Linux with a 64-bit machine?
If I can be of help in any way; I've just gone through the process...


I would be thankful if you helped me step by step.

Alright - tried to do so... I've just sent you a personal message. Hopefully it will make the trick - I can try to support you further but for the more complicated stuff you'll be better off talking to Mr Palmdetroit!


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July 11, 2015, 09:43:04 AM
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And staking is automatic; forgot to say.

When you have coins in your wallet it takes a bit more than 9 days to get your first stake. You need to launch the wallet for staking at least from time to time; it ensures you get the full staking interest and you help securing the network..

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July 26, 2015, 04:56:43 PM
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Is now a good time to buy?
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July 27, 2015, 12:17:43 PM
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I like to buy below the 5000 satoshi Wink but it can go down to 3000 , but if u wanna buy large amounts (lol) u should buy the sells ^^

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July 28, 2015, 07:40:33 AM
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Is now a good time to buy?

It's 64÷ interest rate for a little while still and it's dirt cheap; what else would be a better time if you're not looking for a quick I/O!

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September 08, 2015, 11:10:06 AM
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This is a very quiet community... Grin

I'm still holding on to my PHS but this silence sometime makes wonder; is this coin dead?

Or is everyone just quietly staking?

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September 09, 2015, 09:13:58 PM
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This is a very quiet community... Grin

I'm still holding on to my PHS but this silence sometime makes wonder; is this coin dead?

Or is everyone just quietly staking?

quietly staking... buying when its cheap then staking some more

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