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Author Topic: [ANN][XST] Junaeth - World’s first private high performance blockchain protocol  (Read 630875 times)
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December 21, 2017, 06:18:57 AM
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I need to open the mining??

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December 21, 2017, 06:33:21 AM
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I need to open the mining??

Good luck.

No it's not mining, it's minting. Xst ist "proof of stake".
You have 2 steps to unlock your wallet.
Step 1 is "unlock for staking only", so you can lend your coins to the blockchain and get rewarded coins.

Step 2 is fully unlocked then for doing transactions. In step 1 is no transaction possible.
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December 21, 2017, 10:12:55 AM
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I need to open the mining??

Good luck.

No it's not mining, it's minting. Xst ist "proof of stake".
You have 2 steps to unlock your wallet.
Step 1 is "unlock for staking only", so you can lend your coins to the blockchain and get rewarded coins.

Step 2 is fully unlocked then for doing transactions. In step 1 is no transaction possible.

Can I also minting this coin whilst storing it in my Ledger Nano S ? Sorry for this maybe silly question, but I am a non professional in IT ;-)
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December 21, 2017, 10:30:07 AM
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I need to open the mining??

Good luck.

No it's not mining, it's minting. Xst ist "proof of stake".
You have 2 steps to unlock your wallet.
Step 1 is "unlock for staking only", so you can lend your coins to the blockchain and get rewarded coins.

Step 2 is fully unlocked then for doing transactions. In step 1 is no transaction possible.

Can I also minting this coin whilst storing it in my Ledger Nano S ? Sorry for this maybe silly question, but I am a non professional in IT ;-)

No you can't.
One of the benefits is that you aren't online.
Because of that these wallets are called "cold storage"
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December 21, 2017, 01:27:24 PM
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I need to open the mining??

Good luck.

No it's not mining, it's minting. Xst ist "proof of stake".
You have 2 steps to unlock your wallet.
Step 1 is "unlock for staking only", so you can lend your coins to the blockchain and get rewarded coins.

Step 2 is fully unlocked then for doing transactions. In step 1 is no transaction possible.

Can I also minting this coin whilst storing it in my Ledger Nano S ? Sorry for this maybe silly question, but I am a non professional in IT ;-)

No you can't.
One of the benefits is that you aren't online.
Because of that these wallets are called "cold storage"


Thank you for your Information. So, which wallet should I use for minting then ?
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December 21, 2017, 01:58:44 PM
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I need to open the mining??

Good luck.

No it's not mining, it's minting. Xst ist "proof of stake".
You have 2 steps to unlock your wallet.
Step 1 is "unlock for staking only", so you can lend your coins to the blockchain and get rewarded coins.

Step 2 is fully unlocked then for doing transactions. In step 1 is no transaction possible.

Can I also minting this coin whilst storing it in my Ledger Nano S ? Sorry for this maybe silly question, but I am a non professional in IT ;-)

No you can't.
One of the benefits is that you aren't online.
Because of that these wallets are called "cold storage"


Thank you for your Information. So, which wallet should I use for minting then ?


The official one of the XST Website : https://github.com/StealthSend/Stealth/releases
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December 21, 2017, 03:57:26 PM
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hello all, how i can  update my wallet stealthclient V 2.0.2.0 to stealthclient V 2.1.0.0 or higher i have windows 10.1 if someone can help me very much like. Thanks in advance
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December 21, 2017, 10:46:42 PM
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hello all, how i can  update my wallet stealthclient V 2.0.2.0 to stealthclient V 2.1.0.0 or higher i have windows 10.1 if someone can help me very much like. Thanks in advance

See OP https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=836009.0 for details.  Just download the new client, delete everything in Data except your wallet.dat and you are fine

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December 22, 2017, 07:48:32 AM
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For those who want to install XST wallet in few minutes, the instructions are here:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=836009.msg22197768#msg22197768

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December 22, 2017, 01:52:35 PM
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Love the new wallet update! It was much quicker to sync than before. Cant wait to see what you guys have in store for the next iteration!

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December 23, 2017, 07:53:05 PM
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wallet would not sync. so i did the bootstrap thing. it went to the wallet icon on the desktop,then went to 92% and has stuck there for over 4 hours??? do i restart or leave it?
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December 23, 2017, 07:58:41 PM
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wallet would not sync. so i did the bootstrap thing. it went to the wallet icon on the desktop,then went to 92% and has stuck there for over 4 hours??? do i restart or leave it?

Is there still a team behind XST actively developing the code base? And what role will XST play ultimately for Blocknet?

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December 24, 2017, 05:39:18 AM
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wallet would not sync. so i did the bootstrap thing. it went to the wallet icon on the desktop,then went to 92% and has stuck there for over 4 hours??? do i restart or leave it?
Same problem here- anyone home to assist with this question? If I move my cursor over the wallet icon, my cursor turns into a spinning blue (not responsive) circle..If I click it I get a windows message asking if I want to close or wait... What do we do?   

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December 24, 2017, 06:21:55 AM
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wallet would not sync. so i did the bootstrap thing. it went to the wallet icon on the desktop,then went to 92% and has stuck there for over 4 hours??? do i restart or leave it?
Same problem here- anyone home to assist with this question? If I move my cursor over the wallet icon, my cursor turns into a spinning blue (not responsive) circle..If I click it I get a windows message asking if I want to close or wait... What do we do?  

the bootstrap takes hours to validate the chain/blocks, even if it looks freezed, it isn't. Please, just be patient and let it run.
No wallet syncs instantly. This is a typical process. And still a 3.5 y/o chain so quite some blocks.

There are no problems. Just be patient.
or use this guide to sync even faster

For those who want to install XST wallet in few minutes, the instructions are here:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=836009.msg22197768#msg22197768



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December 24, 2017, 06:25:15 AM
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wallet would not sync. so i did the bootstrap thing. it went to the wallet icon on the desktop,then went to 92% and has stuck there for over 4 hours??? do i restart or leave it?

Is there still a team behind XST actively developing the code base? And what role will XST play ultimately for Blocknet?

1) There is and always was a team.

2) There's no specific role for any coin for Blocknet. The initial idea and setup 3 years ago was quite different, lot of things have changed.
Every coin is treated equally, it's simply a trading pair on the upcoming DX (which is already working).
In case you refer to the website blocknet.co, it needs an overhaul and update which is being worked on.

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December 24, 2017, 08:54:41 PM
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Stupid little question:
I tried the whole thing with the bootstrap but in some way it didn't worked for me (after starting the client, it was just stuck at 64 for ever).

But I had the client installed before (though it was not synchronized) and made a back up of my wallet.
I already had send some XST to my wallet (wasn't synchronized so I couldn't see them though).

I'm synchronizing the client again right now but how do I open the old wallet (I encrypted the wallet already back then)?
Do I have to insert the back up somewhere?

Thanks guys  Smiley
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December 25, 2017, 12:16:15 AM
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Stupid little question:
I tried the whole thing with the bootstrap but in some way it didn't worked for me (after starting the client, it was just stuck at 64 for ever).

But I had the client installed before (though it was not synchronized) and made a back up of my wallet.
I already had send some XST to my wallet (wasn't synchronized so I couldn't see them though).

I'm synchronizing the client again right now but how do I open the old wallet (I encrypted the wallet already back then)?
Do I have to insert the back up somewhere?

Thanks guys  Smiley

After your wallet has synced, close your wallet and copy your old wallet.dat to your personal Stealthcoin folder and restart your wallet.

Now you have to enter your old passphrase and voila, your old wallet is useable.

More questions? Join Stealthcoin.slack.com.
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December 26, 2017, 09:00:32 PM
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What is the best tutorial for setting up as raspberry pi wallet for POS and is there a way to sync it to the blockchain through a download of the history to speed up the process?
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December 27, 2017, 03:49:31 AM
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What is the best tutorial for setting up as raspberry pi wallet for POS and is there a way to sync it to the blockchain through a download of the history to speed up the process?

Welcome bitblito,

to setup a Raspberry Pi for Stealthcoin please contact me at Stealthcoin.slack.com (@sushi2k7) or in telegram messenger (sushi2k7)

The tutorial is huge and maybe you don't need the whole process. Also I want to make sure, that you have help by your side.

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December 27, 2017, 05:24:09 AM
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What is the best tutorial for setting up as raspberry pi wallet for POS and is there a way to sync it to the blockchain through a download of the history to speed up the process?

Welcome bitblito,

to setup a Raspberry Pi for Stealthcoin please contact me at Stealthcoin.slack.com (@sushi2k7) or in telegram messenger (sushi2k7)

The tutorial is huge and maybe you don't need the whole process. Also I want to make sure, that you have help by your side.

Sascha

Is it worthwhile to do this?
I was able to get it to run and sync, but it seems that the stakeweight of the coin is far too high to actually have much impact.
I understand it does secure the network, but I am curious if it is actually beneficial as far as stake is concerned

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