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January 03, 2015, 03:18:12 AM
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It happens in linux wallets, windows or both?
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January 03, 2015, 04:21:45 AM
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mac wallet is this safe to use  Huh

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January 03, 2015, 04:23:37 AM
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A client in which mining involves seeding torrents would be very nice. Monetize the sharing!
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January 03, 2015, 05:16:53 AM
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It happens in linux wallets, windows or both?

mac wallet is this safe to use  Huh

It is perfectly 'safe' in using any version of the client as long as you DO NOT encrypted your client or by keeping a working backup of the encrypted client (wallet.dat) before you create any new address every time.

This possible bug with the client is NOT RELATED to hacking of any sort, my best guess and what I am focusing now is that the bug could be related to how the client generate new address in an already encrypted client and possibly in some circumstances affected the wallet.dat file making it impossible to get the client to unlock even with the correct passphrase.

My first priority right now is to try to duplicate the issue and try to find the real cause of the bug.

I have tried to get in touch with xCash developer since their users is apparently also affected by the same 'possible bug' but still haven't heard back from him so far.

Thank you all for understand and support.
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January 03, 2015, 05:17:42 AM
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Will this project by any chance integrate a decentralized tracker for the torrents? I think the torrent community is in desperate need of this!! A decentralized tracker service would be massive game changer. Please look into this!

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January 03, 2015, 05:34:47 AM
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To ppl with wallet problems dont worry this dev is working hard and cares about your problems enough to fix whats going on unlike most 

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January 03, 2015, 08:04:29 AM
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Major dump on LTC going on atm. Who knows, all that BTC and, better yet, Scrypt hashing power has to go somewhere.....might as well be VTR  Grin
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January 03, 2015, 09:53:18 AM
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After reading what the Dev posted about the password prob, I checked both my VTR and Xcash wallets by doing a transaction over to Bittrex, everything went through ok, I'm on Ubuntu 14.10, both wallet we're compiled from source.

























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January 03, 2015, 10:25:00 AM
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Major dump on LTC going on atm. Who knows, all that BTC and, better yet, Scrypt hashing power has to go somewhere.....might as well be VTR  Grin

Well actually it seems like the price really stabilised for some reasons I don´t know. But as far we don´t drop again to under 0.000004 level I think all is fine
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January 03, 2015, 12:21:22 PM
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It happens in linux wallets, windows or both?

mac wallet is this safe to use  Huh

It is perfectly 'safe' in using any version of the client as long as you DO NOT encrypted your client or by keeping a working backup of the encrypted client (wallet.dat) before you create any new address every time.

This possible bug with the client is NOT RELATED to hacking of any sort, my best guess and what I am focusing now is that the bug could be related to how the client generate new address in an already encrypted client and possibly in some circumstances affected the wallet.dat file making it impossible to get the client to unlock even with the correct passphrase.

My first priority right now is to try to duplicate the issue and try to find the real cause of the bug.

I have tried to get in touch with xCash developer since their users is apparently also affected by the same 'possible bug' but still haven't heard back from him so far.

Thank you all for understand and support.

Can you please let us know the specific best way to back up and keep our wallets safe, i.e. just backing up wallet.dat?

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January 03, 2015, 08:47:56 PM
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God mgt supporters are retarded

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January 04, 2015, 01:08:01 AM
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God mgt supporters are retarded

I thought I did my best, but I guess I should have done better job exposing this obvious scam.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=905824.0
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January 04, 2015, 03:54:27 AM
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lol!!!!! Actually VTR dev saved me from investing in magnetz as he barged in with his message on that thread. Moreover i even invested in VTR which doubled in just 2 days.
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January 04, 2015, 05:47:53 AM
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Yknow what would be cool? vtr.minerpools coming up....

Anyone know who owns this pool and what the deal is??

DOGED!WE HAVE GONE DARK!NO IP-TRUE ANON
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January 04, 2015, 08:51:21 AM
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torrentcoin
vtorrent
not the same a think  Smiley Smiley
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January 04, 2015, 10:16:23 AM
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torrentcoin
vtorrent
not the same a think  Smiley Smiley

You mean vTorrent has nothing with failed torrentcoin and magnetz ...  Grin

...i cant wait to see the price when all things are implemented in wallet ..  Wink
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torrentcoin
vtorrent
not the same a think  Smiley Smiley

You mean vTorrent has nothing with failed torrentcoin and magnetz ...  Grin

...i cant wait to see the price when all things are implemented in wallet ..  Wink
hahah YES
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January 04, 2015, 02:43:17 PM
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Guys I'm having again problems with windows wallet sync.

What is the correct name of the conf file? it should be under appdata/roaming/vtorrent right?

I have these in my conf file:

addnode=31.220.49.95:32524
addnode=31.220.49.178:42524
addnode=108.61.242.254
addnode=108.35.173.204
addnode=85.24.143.44
addnode=104.236.20.112
addnode=212.204.164.23
addnode=82.130.210.236
addnode=24.37.155.182
addnode=192.99.13.67
addnode=25.169.124.62
addnode=46.165.209.144
addnode=37.187.144.36
addnode=104.236.43.108

What else should be there? It just won't sync with network don't know why

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January 04, 2015, 03:12:51 PM
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Guys I'm having again problems with windows wallet sync.

What is the correct name of the conf file? it should be under appdata/roaming/vtorrent right?

I have these in my conf file:

addnode=31.220.49.95:32524
addnode=31.220.49.178:42524
addnode=108.61.242.254
addnode=108.35.173.204
addnode=85.24.143.44
addnode=104.236.20.112
addnode=212.204.164.23
addnode=82.130.210.236
addnode=24.37.155.182
addnode=192.99.13.67
addnode=25.169.124.62
addnode=46.165.209.144
addnode=37.187.144.36
addnode=104.236.43.108

What else should be there? It just won't sync with network don't know why

I just set up my wallet a few hours ago and it synced pretty quickly.  Named the file vtorrent.conf in the appdata/roaming/vtorrent folder like this:

rpcuser=username
rpcpassword=password
rpcallowip=localhost
rpcport=22524
port=22523
gen=0
server=1
addnode=31.220.49.95:32524
addnode=31.220.49.178:42524
addnode=108.61.242.254
addnode=108.35.173.204
addnode=85.24.143.44
addnode=104.236.20.112
addnode=212.204.164.23
addnode=82.130.210.236
addnode=24.37.155.182
addnode=192.99.13.67
addnode=25.169.124.62
addnode=46.165.209.144
addnode=37.187.144.36
addnode=104.236.43.108
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January 04, 2015, 03:41:15 PM
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Guys I'm having again problems with windows wallet sync.

What is the correct name of the conf file? it should be under appdata/roaming/vtorrent right?

I have these in my conf file:

addnode=31.220.49.95:32524
addnode=31.220.49.178:42524
addnode=108.61.242.254
addnode=108.35.173.204
addnode=85.24.143.44
addnode=104.236.20.112
addnode=212.204.164.23
addnode=82.130.210.236
addnode=24.37.155.182
addnode=192.99.13.67
addnode=25.169.124.62
addnode=46.165.209.144
addnode=37.187.144.36
addnode=104.236.43.108

What else should be there? It just won't sync with network don't know why

I just set up my wallet a few hours ago and it synced pretty quickly.  Named the file vtorrent.conf in the appdata/roaming/vtorrent folder like this:

rpcuser=username
rpcpassword=password
rpcallowip=localhost
rpcport=22524
port=22523
gen=0
server=1
addnode=31.220.49.95:32524
addnode=31.220.49.178:42524
addnode=108.61.242.254
addnode=108.35.173.204
addnode=85.24.143.44
addnode=104.236.20.112
addnode=212.204.164.23
addnode=82.130.210.236
addnode=24.37.155.182
addnode=192.99.13.67
addnode=25.169.124.62
addnode=46.165.209.144
addnode=37.187.144.36
addnode=104.236.43.108

YES! Thanks finally got it right

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