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Author Topic: [ANN] BitBean | Innovative PoS | Scalability | No IPO | No premine -New Dev Team  (Read 242961 times)
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January 10, 2016, 01:09:44 AM
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bitbean price will go to 1 satoshi..... i'm sure of it
Can't wait, when that happens I will be buying it all up. I don't think so though.
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January 10, 2016, 02:14:03 AM
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Hi Beaners,

The coin control feature for the Bean is the same manual option that most other coins use. This needs to be selected in the
options on the wallet then you will be able to access the blocking of your Beans in your wallet. The larger the block sizes
you have, the longer you will have to wait to get a stake in my experience. I personally keep reblocking the Beans that are
below 2k into a single block of 8k up to 24k through coin control.

- copy your wallet address by going the 'Receive Beans'
- select your wallet address and press copy
- Go into 'Send Beans'
- select 'custom change address'
- paste your address into the field provided
- paste it again into the 'Pay To' field
- press the 'Input' button'
- select your smallest blocks to double the amount of your required block size, press 'OK'
- put you desired block size into the 'Amount' field' and 'Send'

In 'Transactions' it should show a 'send to yourself', once accepted you should see two new blocks through 'coin control'. Repeat
until all your low blocks have been resized. Don't forget to unlock for staking when you have finished.

Hope this helps.



So you are saying you have a Bitbean wallet that has coin control on it Huh Because mine sure does not.
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January 10, 2016, 08:26:56 AM
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You turn coin control on through Settings, Options, Display, Display bean control features (experts only!)


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January 10, 2016, 09:10:11 PM
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You turn coin control on through Settings, Options, Display, Display bean control features (experts only!)





Let me check that out lol I can't believe it why hasn't the dev told us if it already has the feature?
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January 10, 2016, 09:20:22 PM
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OMG IT HAS COIN CONTROL WTF!!! I can not believe this why has the dev not said anything while we have been asking for the feature for soooo long ? He should have said the wallet already has the feature in it and this is how you do it.  Wow unbelievable.
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January 10, 2016, 09:40:55 PM
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@ dev can you add BITB at http://www.presstab.pw/phpexplorer/index.php

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January 10, 2016, 10:51:01 PM
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bitbean price will go to 1 satoshi..... i'm sure of it
Can't wait, when that happens I will be buying it all up. I don't think so though.

Let's do some maths

block time: 1 minute
block reward: 1000 per block
then
24*60*1000=1440000 Bitbeans/ Day
1440000*365= 525600000 Bitbeans/ Year

at 1 satoshi we only need  5.256 btcs for all  all the  coins issued in a year, it si quite low, i think  would be nice some way for increase bitbeans demand like somedice investing site
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January 11, 2016, 12:05:37 AM
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bitbean price will go to 1 satoshi..... i'm sure of it
Can't wait, when that happens I will be buying it all up. I don't think so though.

Let's do some maths

block time: 1 minute
block reward: 1000 per block
then
24*60*1000=1440000 Bitbeans/ Day
1440000*365= 525600000 Bitbeans/ Year

at 1 satoshi we only need  5.256 btcs for all  all the  coins issued in a year, it si quite low, i think  would be nice some way for increase bitbeans demand like somedice investing site



I open newly open my wallet .... like ten days before ... but I rewarded nothing Sad everyday the same ...minting in 14 days .... next day will stay 14 days. .. today was 15 days .... looks I am boring from this
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January 11, 2016, 04:32:44 AM
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bitbean price will go to 1 satoshi..... i'm sure of it
Can't wait, when that happens I will be buying it all up. I don't think so though.

Let's do some maths

block time: 1 minute
block reward: 1000 per block
then
24*60*1000=1440000 Bitbeans/ Day
1440000*365= 525600000 Bitbeans/ Year

at 1 satoshi we only need  5.256 btcs for all  all the  coins issued in a year, it si quite low, i think  would be nice some way for increase bitbeans demand like somedice investing site



I open newly open my wallet .... like ten days before ... but I rewarded nothing Sad everyday the same ...minting in 14 days .... next day will stay 14 days. .. today was 15 days .... looks I am boring from this

Try staking on a pool stake service like coinwallet they split their stake reward proportionally between every participant.  So instead of receiving a reward of 1000bitb every 14 days in your case you would receive like 5 or 6 every hour or so
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January 11, 2016, 06:31:31 AM
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 To be fair to the Dev, coin control is a feature in the base code copied by most coin wallets and usually requires
activation via options. The discussion about coin control is to update the feature from a fully manual process to
some kind of automation i.e selecting a maximum block size to combined and a desired block size to create.

Staking requires the wallet to be up and running and staking pools offer this function if you don't want to keep your
PC running all the time. The risk involved is that you hand over your coins to a third party therefore trusting the site
is very important.
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January 11, 2016, 07:43:09 AM
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Try staking on a pool stake service like coinwallet they split their stake reward proportionally between every participant.  So instead of receiving a reward of 1000bitb every 14 days in your case you would receive like 5 or 6 every hour or so


Hello ... I am already do this
But coinwallet.co didnt answer email support
In coinwallet.co there are no coin control
But can make as you want wallet address


My question using wallet qt . What it the block coin size to get reward 1000 each 14 days
I mean to get 1000 reward what must the block size coins be ?

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January 11, 2016, 09:30:29 AM
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Try staking on a pool stake service like coinwallet they split their stake reward proportionally between every participant.  So instead of receiving a reward of 1000bitb every 14 days in your case you would receive like 5 or 6 every hour or so


Hello ... I am already do this
But coinwallet.co didnt answer email support
In coinwallet.co there are no coin control
But can make as you want wallet address


My question using wallet qt . What it the block coin size to get reward 1000 each 14 days
I mean to get 1000 reward what must the block size coins be ?



Apologies if we missed your support request. Please PM me with your CoinWallet.co support request and I will try and get you an answer asap.
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January 11, 2016, 03:28:39 PM
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Hello all nice 2 see new names and decent volume. I would also like 2 see some dice sites added how can we achive this if bounty is needed i could donate some DBeans. Since Cryptsy went 2 the shitter we should try 2 get added 2 Poloniex i already filled out the add form. Much Luck may your beans make u Rich!
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January 11, 2016, 06:43:01 PM
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Hi 

I am a Bitbean lover, who want's to support the Bitbean cummunity.

We all know the story of Bitcoin. The community came together and implemented Bitcoin in our lives.

Let's do the same for Bitbean and gather the farmers at the Bitbean forum.



http://www.bitbean.org/forum/




 
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January 12, 2016, 02:27:18 AM
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Try staking on a pool stake service like coinwallet they split their stake reward proportionally between every participant.  So instead of receiving a reward of 1000bitb every 14 days in your case you would receive like 5 or 6 every hour or so


Hello ... I am already do this
But coinwallet.co didnt answer email support
In coinwallet.co there are no coin control
But can make as you want wallet address


My question using wallet qt . What it the block coin size to get reward 1000 each 14 days
I mean to get 1000 reward what must the block size coins be ?



In coinwallet there would be no need for a coin control it just takes your whole balance and sees what proportion of the coins you have and divides up the reward
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January 12, 2016, 02:28:06 AM
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To be fair to the Dev, coin control is a feature in the base code copied by most coin wallets and usually requires
activation via options. The discussion about coin control is to update the feature from a fully manual process to
some kind of automation i.e selecting a maximum block size to combined and a desired block size to create.

Staking requires the wallet to be up and running and staking pools offer this function if you don't want to keep your
PC running all the time. The risk involved is that you hand over your coins to a third party therefore trusting the site
is very important.


Right but me and a few other people have been asking about coin control for literally months, why couldn't he simply say the wallet has coin control in it you just have to go into display options and enable it ??
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January 12, 2016, 09:14:48 AM
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Here is a post I did a while back, I was under the impression that the current talk was on having an enhanced
function to save the pain of manually doing it.


How to enable POS In Wallet ?

Setting, options, click Display coin control feature. This allows you to reblock your coins.

Settings, unlock wallet (does it for staking only). Check the bottom right of the wallet for the green arrow appearing showing your staking weight.

Wallet must be running to stake and I personally keep my blocks from 6k - 20+k. Coin control is left on automatic whilst staking.

Pre-empting the next question :

Re-blocking your coins

 - set your passphrase to something short otherwise lock the wallet.
 - Copy your wallet address to the clipboard (receive coins, highlight the wallet address and Copy Address).
 - Send coins, tick custom change address and paste your address into the box provided.
 - Click inputs.., expand the blocks and mark the one(s) you wish to reblock. OK, paste your address into the pay to box and specify the
   amount. Send, blah, blah and wait 10+ seconds to process then repeat this part.
 - Reset your passphrase back and unlock the wallet.

Reducing the block size, keep halving the amount. If it's 50k then mark it and send 25k, two block of 25k will get produced. Creating
larger blocks, for example, mark 50k worth of smaller blocks and then send 25k. Again, two 25k blocks should appear.

If you seem to have lost coins check they have not been put into another address in the wallet. Send coins, Inputs..., expand blocks
and click address, if two appear, mark the new one and send the coins back to your prime address.

If still not adding up, Help, Debug window, checkwallet, if it does not pass, repairwallet.

Coins need to be in your wallet for 6 hours before they will mature for staking.


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January 12, 2016, 09:23:05 PM
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I did not know of the coin control option and ive been here from the start  Undecided but thanks the one that spoke out someone should make a screen shot tutorial for those like me ill give 50k beans 2 the first 1 2 do it.
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January 12, 2016, 10:02:30 PM
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Using coin control is simple Smiley
There you go:




open options panel


check coin control in Display tab
click Ok


Coin control is now enabled in Send Beans section of your wallet



looks pretty much like this, you can have more addresses there, check list mode and see what happens Smiley
you can sort the list by columns - use inputs with lowest amount or confirmations



keep checking inputs until the sum is what you want, be aware that more inputs = bigger transfer fee.
copy the amount after fee and click Ok



paste the amount and your BITB address, then hit ok!

Your coins are now in one big chunk =)



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January 13, 2016, 06:22:29 AM
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I would very much like to see Bitbean added to http://www.steakcloud.com/  it might help the price and IDK about you guys but i've been mining alt coins and trading them anyway, it would be nice to skip the middle man.  Smiley
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