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November 17, 2017, 02:31:16 AM
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Wallet needs to be recompiled for users, not sure who will do it. Let me know if you still have issues.
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November 17, 2017, 02:58:12 PM
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Well it never came back online, back to offline for 24 hours now

Good news everybody, coinexchange.io is now says "wallet undergoing maintenance". It will be online very soon. CHEERS!!!
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November 20, 2017, 01:28:51 PM
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Almost 10% of Coinexchanges listed coins are disabled, guess they can't afford the server rent
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November 22, 2017, 01:43:36 PM
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Unfortunately until Coinexchange.io sort out their wallet there is no opportunity for anyone to buy the coin and stake it which gives good returns. I don't know why they are so reluctant to re-enable the wallet.
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November 24, 2017, 03:35:06 PM
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Well I'm done with this I think. I can't move coins off the exchange to my wallet so I'm just going to sell and move on to something I can take out
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December 01, 2017, 07:32:15 PM
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This seems like an ill conceived cash grab. With the foundation wallet being public now, there would be no way to keep and distribute the generated coins. So you would have to reprogram the wallet software and block chain to generate coins into a new foundation wallet. This means everyone would have to upgrade their wallets to your version, which is unlikely. I know I won't do it.  So you're going to have to hard fork. Well if you hard fork you're creating a new coin, so why would you bother with GRE and not just make a new coin?

If you're serious use Chris's model and just make a new coin. Perhaps CO2 coin, like Chris had tried when GREv1 was floundering.
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December 17, 2017, 01:07:23 PM
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 Shocked
coinexchange => 0.00000001?   oh~

Make a partnership with another coin

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December 24, 2017, 08:02:27 PM
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What a pity I feel sad for this coin.

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January 18, 2018, 03:01:52 AM
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What a pity I feel sad for this coin.

Don't be sad  Smiley
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January 19, 2018, 05:00:35 AM
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Why isn't there a link to a compiled Windows wallet?

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January 19, 2018, 12:31:36 PM
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Why isn't there a link to a compiled Windows wallet?

Because I/We are not the original developers of GRE it's hard to explain reasons or motives behind why the original developer/s made the decision to scale down the grcoin website to a homepage.

Archive.org shows us that grcoin was quite an extensive CO2 offset cryptocoin website, which was quite innovative...

ARCHIVE.ORG's FINAL WEBSITE IMAGE of GRCOIN in 2016: https://web.archive.org/web/20161201105230/http://www.grcoin.com/pages/help

Since December 2016 compiled GRE binary download links for Windows, Apple Wallets, etc. were removed as well as direct download links from file sharing site mega.co.nz - GRE download files are removed.

Perhaps it's because they could no longer support the Greencoin project. By removing all Binaries and only making source available, they could help future GRE price by limiting the amount of users overstaking GRE supply yet by making source available the project could be revived at any time by new developers.

In our testing late 2017, we were successful when compiling existing GRE v1.2.1 source code into Windows Binaries - this was/is not a problem to produce.

However, the decision to publicly release the private key of the GRE foundation wallet is a perplexing action and state previous developers have left GRE in - which in ideally needs to be resolved in order for GRE to provide an attractive proposition again to returning business and investors.
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January 20, 2018, 12:48:20 PM
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What a pity I feel sad for this coin.

Don't be sad  Smiley
It's no good to be sad, obviously you can't do anything Grin Grin
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January 20, 2018, 03:27:23 PM
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Why isn't there a link to a compiled Windows wallet?

Because I/We are not the original developers of GRE it's hard to explain reasons or motives behind why the original developer/s made the decision to scale down the grcoin website to a homepage.

Archive.org shows us that grcoin was quite an extensive CO2 offset cryptocoin website, which was quite innovative...

ARCHIVE.ORG's FINAL WEBSITE IMAGE of GRCOIN in 2016: https://web.archive.org/web/20161201105230/http://www.grcoin.com/pages/help

Since December 2016 compiled GRE binary download links for Windows, Apple Wallets, etc. were removed as well as direct download links from file sharing site mega.co.nz - GRE download files are removed.

Perhaps it's because they could no longer support the Greencoin project. By removing all Binaries and only making source available, they could help future GRE price by limiting the amount of users overstaking GRE supply yet by making source available the project could be revived at any time by new developers.

In our testing late 2017, we were successful when compiling existing GRE v1.2.1 source code into Windows Binaries - this was/is not a problem to produce.

However, the decision to publicly release the private key of the GRE foundation wallet is a perplexing action and state previous developers have left GRE in - which in ideally needs to be resolved in order for GRE to provide an attractive proposition again to returning business and investors.

Thanks for the info.  Good staking coins with moderately high percentage rates are doing very well right now. 

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February 09, 2018, 05:29:45 PM
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Why isn't there a link to a compiled Windows wallet?

Because I/We are not the original developers of GRE it's hard to explain reasons or motives behind why the original developer/s made the decision to scale down the grcoin website to a homepage.

Archive.org shows us that grcoin was quite an extensive CO2 offset cryptocoin website, which was quite innovative...

ARCHIVE.ORG's FINAL WEBSITE IMAGE of GRCOIN in 2016: https://web.archive.org/web/20161201105230/http://www.grcoin.com/pages/help

Since December 2016 compiled GRE binary download links for Windows, Apple Wallets, etc. were removed as well as direct download links from file sharing site mega.co.nz - GRE download files are removed.

Perhaps it's because they could no longer support the Greencoin project. By removing all Binaries and only making source available, they could help future GRE price by limiting the amount of users overstaking GRE supply yet by making source available the project could be revived at any time by new developers.

In our testing late 2017, we were successful when compiling existing GRE v1.2.1 source code into Windows Binaries - this was/is not a problem to produce.

However, the decision to publicly release the private key of the GRE foundation wallet is a perplexing action and state previous developers have left GRE in - which in ideally needs to be resolved in order for GRE to provide an attractive proposition again to returning business and investors.


What i can do now , buy from yobit or coinexchange or not ? and wait for nex updates and or swap .
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February 18, 2018, 09:42:40 AM
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It this coin making any progress ?

Bottom line invest or not?  Huh
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February 24, 2018, 01:50:30 PM
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The coin has no future. These idiots in the forum taIking about resurrecting it, clearly have no clue how  blockchain works. To make any changes to the coin would require everyone upgrade their wallet on to a new blockchain (a fork). Why would anyone do that? The current coin is POS, is listed on an exchange and has billions in circulation. The best someone could do is use Chris's model and make an entirely new coin. That being said it is a POS shitcoin on an exchange with active trading. So it will always be good for short term investing or day trading. I encourage people to invest in and trade the coin but don't listen to these idiots talking about revamping it.
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February 24, 2018, 04:57:56 PM
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The coin has no future. These idiots in the forum taIking about resurrecting it, clearly have no clue how  blockchain works. To make any changes to the coin would require everyone upgrade their wallet on to a new blockchain (a fork). Why would anyone do that? The current coin is POS, is listed on an exchange and has billions in circulation. The best someone could do is use Chris's model and make an entirely new coin. That being said it is a POS shitcoin on an exchange with active trading. So it will always be good for short term investing or day trading. I encourage people to invest in and trade the coin but don't listen to these idiots talking about revamping it.



TY. Nearly went in and i do not trade  Grin
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March 11, 2018, 05:43:14 AM
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GreenCoin, also known as GRN uses Scrypt algorithm to secure transactions and it has 100000000 total coins that are not fully pre mined.
For more information see list bellow.
Name: GreenCoin (GRN) Algorithm: sha256 Proof type: PoW Total coin supply: 100.000.000

https://github.com/CryptorClub/GreenCoin
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March 11, 2018, 05:55:09 PM
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GreenCoin, also known as GRN uses Scrypt algorithm to secure transactions and it has 100000000 total coins that are not fully pre mined.
For more information see list bellow.
Name: GreenCoin (GRN) Algorithm: sha256 Proof type: PoW Total coin supply: 100.000.000

https://github.com/CryptorClub/GreenCoin

this was a different project hat wound down in 2013 if I recall. Not related to this project.

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April 19, 2018, 08:43:43 PM
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Hi guys in here does anybody know when greencoin has their wallet available because on their websit ther is only a broken link so it is not pissible to store the Greencoin on your own wallet Huh?

As now the Greencoin is growing very fast in the charts en id rather store them
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My own wallet

Hope anybody has more info..

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