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Author Topic: Bullion (CBX) 'the Digital Precious Metal' | 2019 Roadmap published  (Read 336586 times)
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January 03, 2016, 12:53:09 PM
Last edit: January 03, 2016, 03:24:28 PM by Killiz
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Sometimes when I leave my CryptoBullion vault wallet to stake overnight it intermittently crashes. Why is this? Should I try to re-download the blockchain?

Same-same!

This may fix the issue on some systems.

Checking your memory(RAM) usage for the client

Sometimes high physical memory usage can cause a Vault to crash while open for staking. This can be because you don't have enough physical memory (RAM) installed on your system, or because the Vault is using an increased amount to stake.
To check to see if the problem applies to your Vault, first make sure your Vault is closed, then press and hold Ctrl+Alt+Delete (on Windows) and open the Task Manager and select the processes tab.
Now open your Vault, but keep it locked. Check to see if your memory usage for the Vault stays stable. It should be around 0.4 - 0.6 GB usage, but quite stable with no significant change.
Now to check to see if staking your CBX is causing the problem, simply unlock your Vault and check the memory usage.
Staking CBX is quite memory intensive so a rise will be expected. However over long periods of staking, usage can build up to a point which your system cannot handle and the Vault crashes.

Checking Your Addresses and Inputs

Sometimes a high number of staking addresses and 'inputs' can cause a massive increase in memory usage when staking.
To check your 'inputs' first you must enable Bullion control to access this information.
In your client click on 'Settings' then 'Options' and select 'Display'.
You now need to enable 'Display Bullion control features' then click 'apply' then 'ok'.

To view your inputs click on 'Send Bullion'. You will now have the extra Bullion control features options.
Click on 'Inputs' and you will see a list of your staking addresses. The easiest way to see your inputs is to select 'List mode'. You can also click the arrow to the left of each address in 'Tree mode' to see the inputs for each address.
These inputs within each address are the actual amounts that will individually compete for a proof of stake block on the network. So if you have a large list of inputs, these will all be trying to stake a block at the same time, and potentially using up quite a large chunk of your systems Physical memory.

Consolidating Inputs

Sometimes an easy fix for high memory usage is to consolidate your inputs into one larger input or a few significantly larger inputs. The easiest way to do this is to create a 'new address' within the 'Receive Bullion' tab, and simply send your full balance to it. 'Bear in mind that doing this will reset your coin age back to zero for 'every input' and you will have to wait another hour before being eligible for staking!'
If you are a little more skilled, and want to spend the time, you can check the boxes next to each input to send specific inputs to one of your addresses, this can be done to clean up any small or negligible amounts that probably wouldn't find a block anyway if left alone.

Be careful when sending funds to yourself, always double check that the address you are sending to is your own!!







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January 03, 2016, 01:02:15 PM
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Great work Killiz, thank you!

I have added a link to the guides section of the CBX forum to the OP here at BitcoinTalk and also to the website.

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January 03, 2016, 01:21:23 PM
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Great work Killiz, thank you!

I have added a link to the guides section of the CBX forum to the OP here at BitcoinTalk and also to the website.

Thanks, hope it helps those that are experiencing problems.

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January 03, 2016, 01:47:46 PM
Last edit: January 03, 2016, 11:16:21 PM by elambert
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This is a pretty cool tool from the block explorer:
https://chainz.cryptoid.info/cbx/#!extraction

Take the percentage of the coins that are staking and compare to the graph below to project what percent interest coins staked in the last 1000 blocks would expect if the network participation remains consistent over a period of 1 year.

Currently just over 20% of CBX in circulation is staking (last 1k blocks) so those who are staking now are earning at a projected yearly interest rate of around 10%!

Not too shabby for a 2% annual inflation in supply. Congrats and thanks to those staking to protect the network and earning for doing so!


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January 03, 2016, 01:58:19 PM
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Just started my staking my collection, works like a charm - and have a ARM compatible wallet compiling as I type Smiley

Raspberry Pi staking node here I come Cheesy

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January 03, 2016, 02:03:22 PM
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Sometimes when I leave my CryptoBullion vault wallet to stake overnight it intermittently crashes. Why is this? Should I try to re-download the blockchain?

Same-same!

This may fix the issue on some systems.

Checking your memory(RAM) usage for the client

Sometimes high physical memory usage can cause a client to crash while open for staking. This can be because you don't have enough physical memory (RAM) installed on your system, or because the client is using an increased amount to stake.
To check to see if the problem applies to your client, first make sure your client is closed, then press and hold Ctrl+Alt+Delete (on Windows) and open the Task Manager and select the processes tab.
Now open your client, but keep your wallet locked. Check to see if your memory usage for the client stays stable. It should be around 0.4 - 0.6 GB usage, but quite stable with no significant change.
Now to check to see if staking your coins is causing the problem, simply unlock your client and check the memory usage.
Staking coins is quite memory intensive so a rise will be expected. However over long periods of staking, usage can build up to a point which your system cannot handle and the client crashes.

Checking Your Addresses and Inputs

Sometimes a high number of staking addresses and 'inputs' can cause a massive increase in memory usage when staking.
To check your 'inputs' first you must enable coin control to access this information.
In your client click on 'Settings' then 'Options' and select 'Display'.
You now need to enable 'Display Bullion control features' then click 'apply' then 'ok'.

To view your inputs click on 'Send Bullion'. You will now have the extra Bullion control features options.
Click on 'Inputs' and you will see a list of your staking addresses. The easiest way to see your inputs is to select 'List mode'. You can also click the arrow to the left of each address in 'Tree mode' to see the inputs for each address.
These inputs within each address are the actual amounts that will individually compete for a proof of stake block on the network. So if you have a large list of inputs, these will all be trying to stake a block at the same time, and potentially using up quite a large chunk of your systems Physical memory.

Consolidating Inputs

Sometimes an easy fix for high memory usage is to consolidate your inputs into one larger input or a few significantly larger inputs. The easiest way to do this is to create a 'new address' within the 'Receive Bullion' tab, and simply send your full balance to it. 'Bear in mind that doing this will reset your coin age back to zero for 'every input' and you will have to wait another hour before being eligible for staking!'
If you are a little more skilled, and want to spend the time, you can check the boxes next to each input to send specific inputs to one of your addresses, this can be done to clean up any small or negligible amounts that probably wouldn't find a block anyway if left alone.

Be careful when sending funds to yourself, always double check that the address you are sending to is your own!!







Great work Killiz, thank you!
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January 03, 2016, 02:14:38 PM
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Last night I watched the movie "the big short"
It really makes you wonder what the next crisis will be like
since nothing really changed, the too big to fails only got bigger since then
Highly recommended.
And in a way, betting on a solid crypto like this one is betting against the house of maxed out credit cards
that is now even taller
This time it will be the petro dollar itself
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January 03, 2016, 02:50:37 PM
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Alex is currently testing some improvements for the ram usage issue being reported.

Also, he will soon have an image of the RPi specially made for staking CBX.

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January 03, 2016, 05:47:45 PM
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FYI: Cashout feature not functioning on CBX faucet.

Ok this problem will be solved as soon as I can get a hold of the Dev who looks after the faucet.

Thanks for letting us know!

OK CapnBDL, faucet works normally now
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January 03, 2016, 07:02:13 PM
Last edit: January 03, 2016, 07:27:29 PM by malafaya
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Cool!
With less than 100 CBX, I already managed to stake 6 7 times in the past 48 hours Smiley.

Keep up the great work, Team CBX.

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January 03, 2016, 08:43:23 PM
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Cool!
With less than 100 CBX, I already managed to stake 6 7 times in the past 48 hours Smiley.

Keep up the great work, Team CBX.

That's amazing! if you keep this up you will earn close to 50 CBX per year, or a yield of 50%

Not bad indeed!!!
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January 03, 2016, 08:55:16 PM
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Hi community i have received the promo cards, are really nice but i have two issues

1- When i read the qr it is a link to the google play cbx vault, i install it but  i dont have conections, i have tried five times it is not fixed


2-What must do the card users for claim the 10 bulls?

thanks for all

pd: Now its seems conected nice Wink, then i only have the question about the 10 bulls
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January 03, 2016, 09:33:18 PM
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Hi community i have received the promo cards, are really nice but i have two issues

1- When i read the qr it is a link to the google play cbx vault, i install it but  i dont have conections, i have tried five times it is not fixed


2-What must do the card users for claim the 10 bulls?

thanks for all

pd: Now its seems conected nice Wink, then i only have the question about the 10 bulls

Just download the mobile Vault - it's preloaded Smiley

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January 03, 2016, 10:40:23 PM
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Well done CBX Team! I'm liking PoSP very much, great job, congrats to all concerned for the successful roll-out Smiley
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January 03, 2016, 11:03:40 PM
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Just started my staking my collection, works like a charm - and have a ARM compatible wallet compiling as I type Smiley

Raspberry Pi staking node here I come Cheesy

FR

I'm interested to hear about this if you get it working.

My desktop pulls about 300 watts from the wall so I was looking to use an old laptop to stake, but unfortunately have been running into the memory usage issue that others have also been experiencing (awaiting any further fixes or work arounds for this) currently trying killiz' recommendation, and have ordered some more ram. I think I can get my power usage down to about 15 to 20 watts on this laptop, assuming that i can get the client stable and the cpu underclocked.

Raspberry Pi would of course be even better from a power usage perspective. I have one and I've played with it a bit but unfortunately linux confuses the hell out of me and I've never been able to set it up to do anything particularly useful before. If the Pi can stake well perhaps we could have an install image downloadable from the CBX website, for linux noobs like myself who want to stake 24/7 without spending a fortune on electric.
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January 03, 2016, 11:25:34 PM
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Hey snatchmonkey

I believe there is an official ARM based (Raspberry Pi) wallet in the works, as you say if we really want people to stake 24/7 we need to make it as cost effective as possible and staking on a Raspberry PI (especially the v2) is a no brainer Smiley

Had a few issues half way through my compile with uPnP inclusion but think I have that fixed now... Just takes forever to build on my little PI, will post a tutorial again when I have a compiled binary Smiley

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January 04, 2016, 12:13:07 AM
Last edit: January 04, 2016, 03:20:32 AM by snatchmonkey
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Good to know, thank you FiniteRed. Exciting times indeed.

edit: I must have missed elamberts post about the RPi image, haha, just saw it. Very cool developments.
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January 04, 2016, 12:19:46 AM
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Hi.
If you think what a mini computer is the best fit for POS mining
I advise you to pay attention to this project https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1312616.0

Diamond The best investment in your future! ✧ it's 35% POS and 65% Msternode ✧
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January 04, 2016, 07:15:15 AM
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Welcome to all new Hispanic and Latino CBX holders!

I have printed a batch of Spanish recto/English verso version of the CBX promo card: same free Bulls, same promotion, same glossy finish...

If you would like to help increase the value of your CBX holding by distributing these cards to friends and family, please send me a PM with your postal address and I will send you a few cards by mail.


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January 04, 2016, 03:08:10 PM
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FYI: Cashout feature not functioning on CBX faucet.

Ok this problem will be solved as soon as I can get a hold of the Dev who looks after the faucet.

Thanks for letting us know!

OK CapnBDL, faucet works normally now

Cashouts are now working it seems.

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