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Author Topic: [ANN] BitBean | Innovative PoS | Scalability | No IPO | No premine -New Dev Team  (Read 141044 times)
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June 15, 2015, 06:07:50 PM
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Seems like the community is growing here but one question where has the dev been?

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June 16, 2015, 09:08:12 AM
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Seems like the community is growing here but one question where has the dev been?

That's a GOOD question...... Huh
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June 16, 2015, 12:03:22 PM
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Seems like the community is growing here but one question where has the dev been?
That's a GOOD question...... Huh
They ran to mexico to sell beans...
Lol sorry for that
Yo has anyone seen devs on IRC by chance?

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June 18, 2015, 08:38:00 PM
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This coin doesn't need a dev at this point. By the way, anyone seen satoshi in the BTC forum? No?

since one cannot intuit moral intent through mathematical analysis
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June 19, 2015, 04:17:09 PM
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This coin doesn't need a dev at this point. By the way, anyone seen satoshi in the BTC forum? No?
If you say so.

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June 22, 2015, 02:59:12 AM
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MMMM cheap beans  Grin

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June 24, 2015, 08:02:31 AM
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BitBean HeadQuarters Has Moved

I want to apologize to Team Bean as I have been very occupied with moving my Family and Office to a new location.  The move has not gone as smooth as I would have liked. For the first two weeks in June I was on the road and staying in Hotels and camping with my family while waiting for our new place to become available. There have been many extenuating issues that have come up. I am currently getting the office setup and look forward to getting this project back on track. Due to all the issues I have been dealing with, we are 2 months behind schedule. We'll be putting out an updated Road Map soon. Currently I am waiting to get an ISP to install Internet service. In the mean-time I am working with multiple WifFi repeater bridges for Internet. I hope to have the Internet issue resolved within the week. You will see more regular posts and updates from me moving forward. I am grateful (mucho gratitude!) for the great and loyal members of Team Bean and Bean Core! Thank you also to the patient and loyal long-term investors, your patience will not go UN-rewarded. Also I want to thank those who have dumped BitBean recently, so those of us who are involved and working on BitBean can buy some more cheap Beans! Please dump some more!

I'm posting some pics of the new Head Quarters. 'Temporary Head Quarters' until I open up a separate office in a commercial facility...saving funds for now and making the small office work, so we can save money for trade shows and marketing in 2016.

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June 24, 2015, 12:56:38 PM
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Thanks for the reply, the community needed that Smiley Hope to have you back with full force soon!

Question: I notice you have you're staking your BitBeans into cans, how can I setup my wallet to stake in cans also? Wink



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June 24, 2015, 02:31:46 PM
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Sorry Guys, i increased network weight Smiley




Hello, I'm new to bitbean and relatively new to staking. My bitbean wallet is missing that green up arrow that provides your staking statistics. I downloaded the wallet from this thread, I also downloaded the wallet from the bitbean.org website, they both have the same version number and missing green arrow. In other wallets the arrow is grayed out when you don't have mature coins. Maybe in this wallet it is completely gone until you have mature coins. Do I have the wrong wallet or am I doing something wrong.


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June 24, 2015, 02:58:13 PM
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Welcome Libertymind

Never seen that... hum...

Try to leave the wallet open and staking (remember to unlock the wallet if you have it encrypted) to see if that icon appears. Let's start with that, if it does not I'll try to contact the dev to help you out.

Usually it's 6 hours but leave the wallet open and staking for more time ok?

Good Luck
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June 24, 2015, 03:46:54 PM
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Thanks for the reply, the community needed that Smiley Hope to have you back with full force soon!

Question: I notice you have you're staking your BitBeans into cans, how can I setup my wallet to stake in cans also? Wink





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June 24, 2015, 03:48:33 PM
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Welcome Libertymind

Never seen that... hum...

Try to leave the wallet open and staking (remember to unlock the wallet if you have it encrypted) to see if that icon appears. Let's start with that, if it does not I'll try to contact the dev to help you out.

Usually it's 6 hours but leave the wallet open and staking for more time ok?

Good Luck

Ok. I have it unlocked for staking. I will wait 6 hours. Thank you for your help.
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June 24, 2015, 04:16:24 PM
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Hello, I'm new to bitbean and relatively new to staking. My bitbean wallet is missing that green up arrow that provides your staking statistics. I downloaded the wallet from this thread, I also downloaded the wallet from the bitbean.org website, they both have the same version number and missing green arrow. In other wallets the arrow is grayed out when you don't have mature coins. Maybe in this wallet it is completely gone until you have mature coins. Do I have the wrong wallet or am I doing something wrong.



If you put staking=0 in the conf file it removes the staking ability and the staking icon.
So remove staking=0 from your conf file and then the staking icon will appear and you will be able to stake.
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June 24, 2015, 05:07:04 PM
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Hello, I'm new to bitbean and relatively new to staking. My bitbean wallet is missing that green up arrow that provides your staking statistics. I downloaded the wallet from this thread, I also downloaded the wallet from the bitbean.org website, they both have the same version number and missing green arrow. In other wallets the arrow is grayed out when you don't have mature coins. Maybe in this wallet it is completely gone until you have mature coins. Do I have the wrong wallet or am I doing something wrong.



If you put staking=0 in the conf file it removes the staking ability and the staking icon.
So remove staking=0 from your conf file and then the staking icon will appear and you will be able to stake.

That did it. Thanks alot. I though about why I would have set staking=0. I remember copying addnodes text from somewhere to speed up the syncing process, the text I copied musta also had staking=0 and I wasn't paying attention, just doing a cut and paste.

Thanks again for your help.
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June 24, 2015, 05:22:50 PM
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Sorry Guys, i increased network weight Smiley




Hello, I'm new to bitbean and relatively new to staking. My bitbean wallet is missing that green up arrow that provides your staking statistics. I downloaded the wallet from this thread, I also downloaded the wallet from the bitbean.org website, they both have the same version number and missing green arrow. In other wallets the arrow is grayed out when you don't have mature coins. Maybe in this wallet it is completely gone until you have mature coins. Do I have the wrong wallet or am I doing something wrong.




The "green up arrow" you reference is the labelStakingIcon. This is unusual behavior. Please do the following:

In your wallet go to "Help>>Debug window" and click on the console tab. In the input box, type "getstakinginfo" without the quotes and copy/paste the results to an email to me:  admin@bitbean.org

labelStakingIcon is invoked when "-staking" is true, which then passes control to QTimer, which should start after 30 seconds and update. Please also indicate what platform (Windows/Linux) your running and indicate if your running Linux if you downloaded the binary or compiled from source.

Thank you.

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June 24, 2015, 05:29:09 PM
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Sorry Guys, i increased network weight Smiley




Hello, I'm new to bitbean and relatively new to staking. My bitbean wallet is missing that green up arrow that provides your staking statistics. I downloaded the wallet from this thread, I also downloaded the wallet from the bitbean.org website, they both have the same version number and missing green arrow. In other wallets the arrow is grayed out when you don't have mature coins. Maybe in this wallet it is completely gone until you have mature coins. Do I have the wrong wallet or am I doing something wrong.




The "green up arrow" you reference is the labelStakingIcon. This is unusual behavior. Please do the following:

In your wallet go to "Help>>Debug window" and click on the console tab. In the input box, type "getstakinginfo" without the quotes and copy/paste the results to an email to me:  admin@bitbean.org

labelStakingIcon is invoked when "-staking" is true, which then passes control to QTimer, which should start after 30 seconds and update. Please also indicate what platform (Windows/Linux) your running and indicate if your running Linux if you downloaded the binary or compiled from source.

Thank you.

Thank you TeamBean. I removed the line staking=0 from my conf file. Now the arrow is back and I just now staked. I am really liking this coin.
Thanks again TeamBean
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June 25, 2015, 06:41:52 AM
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The Beans Have Taken Over Development At BitBean Head Quarters!


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June 25, 2015, 01:51:52 PM
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Such beast.
My bitbean wallet is a madda staking machine.
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June 26, 2015, 09:37:32 PM
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I got 40 mined but not accepted's yesterday.. wassup with that?? my stake weight is 213k right now..


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June 29, 2015, 02:09:45 AM
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If your wallet is encrypted and unlocked for staking you should be fine.  Remember you are competing with everyone else who is staking.  The more coins you have the better your chances.
About one million. I read here that 10k blocks were best suited for staking, so i went with that.
difficulty is much higher now try 25k blocks
Sorry if i'm asking, but do you use 25k blocks? how many stakes do you average daily? cause i'm not finding anyone giving info, though everyone seems to be staking good but me. Had tried a range of 63k blocks , 28k blocks before these, but didn't get immediate results aswell. Btw i staked twice today, but they went orphan. Lol.

When i started staking i ran into the same issues. I would constantly change up block sizes in the hopes of improving my stakes, yet nothing really changed other than the time between stakes as I had to wait again for beans to mature.  I finally settled on 50k blocks and haven't touched it since. Coin control has broken them down now to several 9k-2k blocks. Some days I'll get 3-4 stakes confirmed, other times I'll go 3-4 days without a stake.  Personally it seems to do better the less I mess with it and the longer I wait. 

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