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  1. LordSoylent

    Serious MCN future to discuss

    After going through some links and the new twitter it almost seems like the two are connected. Would have been nice to see some updates here like you mention but at least someone, somehow is making progress but I agree its too early for a listing unless the reason is only to dump the coin on unsuspecting buyers. I hope all the best.
  2. LordSoylent

    Help Get Mcn Listed

    Was recently going through some of my discord groups and saw that MCN was to be listed on a new exchange in a few days. I haven't had the opportunity to be more involved in the forum here but after scanning through the threads I have not been able to really find any indication the coin/wallet is ready for such an event. If there is a new wallet of any other details that I'm missing please advise so I can get the right information to my groups. Thanks
  3. How to easily move the blockchain off your main HD or SSD to save space (and other reasons). Wallet should not be running and My photos will display monetaverdetest for the examples. 1. Locate the file in AppData. Example: C:\users\Lord Soylent\AppData\Roaming\monetaverde http://prntscr.com/inho2z 2. Copy the entire monetaverde folder your new location (only copy because we want to make sure everything works before deleting and moving large files can have issues). http://prntscr.com/inhsbk 3. At this point you should have two identical monetaverde folders on two separate hard drives. Rename the original monetaverde folder in AppData monetaverdeold. http://prntscr.com/inhw6s 4. Now that we have our monetaverde folder saved on the new HD we need to tell your PC where to find it. Open Cmd prompt with Admin privileges http://prntscr.com/inhy83 5. At the prompt type the following based on your user/folder names: mklink /j "c:\users\lord soylent\appdata\roaming\monetaverdetest" "e:\coins\monetaverdetest\monetaverdetest" and Hit Eneter All this does is set an internal shortcut from the AppData folder to your new location. This is what you result should look similar to (remember I am using monetaverdetest for this explanation) http://prntscr.com/ini04x If you did not rename the original monetaverde folder you will get an error that the folder already exists. Rename the folder and try again if this occurred. If you received a fail error some PC's do not require the files to be in quotes " " Remove quotes and try again. If all successful you can close the cmd window 6. At this point you should see your renamed folder and a new link in your appdata folder. The new link will show an arrow in the corner and look like this: http://prntscr.com/ini6q0 7. Open your wallet as usual. The wallet should sync and store from the new location. 8. If all works as desired you can now safely delete the renamed file in AppData and free up space (monetaverdeold). http://prntscr.com/inicnj If you accidentally delete the new link in Appdata its ok, you just need to repeat step 5 and make it again, all the data is stored in the new location. This is not limited to wallets and can be done for most of the AppData files to free up space. I'd also like to point out that this does not affect your wallet.bin data or location, only the blockchain data that was normally stored in AppData. I hope this helps everyone in their adventures and if unsure about a step please ask. Soylent
  4. LordSoylent

    Legacy MCN Wallet

    Thanks @jakzodiac, I'll take a look at the information, its always good to look at things from another angle. So far I've run into some PERL issues but just a minor set back and I'll continue to work at it along with a few other projects. I think once an easy wallet is established, easy for beginners, you should have MinerGate update details for MCN and direct traffic to the forum in order to increase the community and awareness of the effort involved in bringing MCN back to life. I know a few miners have run into issues with MinerGate but from my experience many of the basic problems I've seen are User error or just lack of knowledge as to what mining entails. Granted not all the information is very clear in this industry as of yet so much of what we do see is merely frustration thats produced from the initial confusion of the mining process. I use at least a dozen different mining pools for all sorts different coins/algo's and from comparing them to MinerGate, they function the same with a few exceptions. MinerGate attracts the absolute complete beginners because of their GUI App that allows mobile mining, when working with others and the Mods in their chat this is obvious. This can have pro's and con's with such an inexperienced crowd and one result is the backlash from those that think it is a get rich quick scheme and mining with a tablet or phone will make them a fortune by the time they wake in the morning. All in all many pools display stats and information differently in an unregulated self-governed system and the beginners get overwhelmed. At this point simplicity is key in order to attract and keep these beginners to the MCN community in order to help push the coin into the position we all want to see it progress. I think Minergate can be used as an ally in this effort with little economical impact for you as a Developer since they have played a large role in keeping the blockchain alive and the pool is already established with 10's of thousands of miners and potential community members. Opening a direct dialog with MG after some initial preparation and road map would be a benefit and even establishing a page on bitcointalk w/road map would be advisable. Sorry, I wrote this quick off the top of my head and just trying to offer some feedback and maybe some ideas to help the community grow. Thanks Again, Soylent
  5. LordSoylent

    Legacy MCN Wallet

    Hey there everyone. I Just setup the MCN Wallet and made a transfer from MinerGate with no problems and received payment within minutes. I set the withdraw fee to .01 and all went off without incident and fast. I've never had any issues with MinerGate and I use a dozen different pools for various coins. I've been experimenting with these older wallets and currently working on creating my own QT wallets for coins that do not offer them. If knowledgeable there are a few tutorials on the net to create qt wallets but if I have any updates I'll post. Here are some screen shots of the wallet in action and the MG Transaction: