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  1. Denarius(DNR) Wallet

    You need to remove everything located in your C:/Users/YOURNAME/AppData/Roaming/Denarius/ folder, except for the wallet.dat (Wallet.dat includes your DNR wallet privkeys and balances). You will not get the error upon the next run of the client. To save some time with syncing the blockchain again, download the latest bootstrap.dat file from our Github https://github.com/carsenk/denarius/releases/download/v1.0.7.0/bootstrap277757-10-6-2017.zip and then put it inside your Roaming/Denarius folder with your wallet.dat, it will import the blockchain instead of having to sync it upon next launch, saving you some time!
  2. Future v1.0.8.0

    Denarius v1.0.8.0 WIP (You can test and try these features out in the addrindex branch on the github.com/carsenk/denarius) Added searchrawtransactions rpc command Added getrichlist rpc command Added updaterichlist rpc command Added resetrichlist rpc command Added getblock_old rpc command (Old version of the getblock command prior v1.0.7.0) Added Rich List GUI to the Denarius QT Wallet Corrected the .pro file to USE_LEVELDB by default Added the new flag "-reindexaddr" to index the new address DB, this must be indexed to run the richlist commands or use the Rich List GUI, reindexing the address DB can take awhile 15+ minutes, especially if it is your first time running -reindexaddr, also running updaterichlist or resetrichlist will take awhile to get the data. Feel free to pull the Github branch "addrindex" to test the above new features, they will eventually be merged into the master branch, Please give me any feedback you have with these new features! 8)
  3. Denarius v1.0.7.0

    Denarius v1.0.7.0 10/8/2017 - v1.0.7.0 - Miscellaneous Fixes -Added new bootstrap.dat (Block 277757, 10/6/2017, Compressed .zip) c60c1bc - Updated getblock RPC Command, Inline with newer Bitcoin Core Releases. c85ae7a - v1.0.7.0 Increment and Checkpoints 7503976 - Removed Staking Estimation Reward Temporarily 4662285 - Fixed Display of Market Values 61a0e84 - Fixed Overview Page USD Balance Display a35d228 - Renamings for Deb Building 3e55d40 - More Staking Estimation Tab changes & Checkpoints da22e61 - Updated Overview Page GUI 8a91064 - Updated TX Icons 3e666fe - More icons and GUI Fix f15fe5b - More GUI Fixes 1380458 - Updated Makefiles Side note: A new branch labelled "DNS" was created which will be for potentially a future v1.5, this branch will include code for Namecoin names functionality and a DNS Server that will interface with it. It is still in its very early stages and needs feedback from developers and fixes. It is not recommended to run this branch on any production servers or important wallets. Windows and macOS Binaries are available below, along with the blockchain bootstrap up until block 277757. Windows Installer for Denarius-QT: https://github.com/carsenk/denarius/releases/download/v1.0.7.0/DenariusInstaller.exe (MD5 Checksum: C258FE2654E68658D7093E46C9BB0505) Windows-QT Wallet Download:https://github.com/carsenk/denarius/releases/download/v1.0.7.0/Denarius-QT.zip (MD5 Checksum: 205B3D1209D14B263FBE8E9F67B9CEA0) macOS-QT Wallet Download: https://github.com/carsenk/denarius/releases/download/v1.0.7.0/Denarius-v1070.dmg (MD5 Checksum: 552F5249285DE3914B6CE4613FC62576) DNR Blockchain Bootstrap (Block 277757, Compressed .zip, Unzip and put bootstrap.dat in your AppData/Roaming/Denarius or ./denarius folder to import): https://github.com/carsenk/denarius/releases/download/v1.0.7.0/bootstrap277757-10-6-2017.zip You can view this release on the Github at: https://github.com/carsenk/denarius/releases/tag/v1.0.7.0 Don't forget to join our Gitter or Slack chats if you haven't already! https://gitter.im/denariusproject/Lobby https://join.slack.com/t/denarius/shared_invite/enQtMjAzOTk1OTA5NzE3LTMwZDc0YTY3NDI5ZmRmYzNiZThlMzYxYzMwYTBlYmRkOWI3YWExMjAxMzdkYTE3OTI0ZjY5NWYzY2RkZjQzOWQ
  4. Wallet does not stake

    Yup everything looks good there! Your wallet is setup for staking, note the enabled: true certifies staking is enabled for your wallet, staking: false, just means it is not currently staking as your weight is also 0. You need to have coins that have matured for a minimum of 8 hours. It can take some time to find a PoS block due to PoW making generally 70% of blocks right now.
  5. Wallet does not stake

    @jtmining17 The RPC User and Password values can be set to anything. The main setting here you want is the staking=1. Everything looks fine in your conf to me, so the next thing I would check is by going to in the wallet "Help->Debug Window->Console" and then type in "getstakinginfo" please paste what is found here if your wallet is encrypted you need to ensure it is unlocked for staking via the GUI as well.
  6. Denariium - Electrum Denarius Thin Client

    Yup essentially, the WIF/P2SH values should all be correct now as well, One of the py files on the Denariium client side will need to be modified to pull the blockchain headers from a different URL, otherwise yup then just a compile and a few steps (mainly listed on the gits) to get it setup, youll see output in your terminal if you start the DenariiumX Server properly stating that it is syncing with the actual chain (denariusd)
  7. Denarius(DNR) Wallet

    Try running the -repairwallet flag when opening Denarius like Denarius.exe -repairwallet, The repairwallet command is specifically for this sort of issue with your wallet.dat.
  8. Building denariusd on Raspberry Pi 3

    Sounds like it is potentially a permissions issue with your X server on your OS install. You can try the below to set the permissions to the root user. You need to allow the root user access to the X server: xhost local:root And point the command to the right DISPLAY: sudo DISPLAY=$DISPLAY gedit /etc/profile
  9. Hello everyone! I thought I would start a topic here in Development for the upcoming Denariium client. It is still a work in progress and I will try to update this thread as updates come. Currently I have the denariiumx-server syncing with denariusd perfectly, I just need those who wish to setup volunteer Denariium nodes for connection with the Denariium client. It is currently in the works, the github repos are available here: https://github.com/carsenk/denariiumx-server (The Denariium Server) (Python 3.6 required) https://github.com/carsenk/denariium (The Denariium Client) (Python 2 required) If you have a fix or additions, etc. please put a pull request up on the github! I have yet to test if the Denarius WIF, P2PKH, P2SH, P2WPKH, etc. are correct yet. I recently updated the way denariusd returns the getblock RPC command, this change was needed for the Denariium code to sync blocks properly. I may eventually be adding the estimatefee RPC command as well to add this functionality to Denariium (currently it is running off a fakeestimationfeedaemon). Once everything is setup and running smoothly the website denariium.org will come with more information, along with downloads to the client.
  10. Building denariusd on Raspberry Pi 3

    Whats the exact error? Was it able to compile fine and you just can't run ./Denarius? You do need to have your Pi3 connected to a screen of some sort for the QT.
  11. Building denariusd on Raspberry Pi 3

    Are you building within Ubuntu MATE 16.04?
  12. Building denariusd on Raspberry Pi 3

    Awesome tutorial @KawaiiCrypto ...If you want to run the full Denarius QT Wallet on a Raspberry Pi 3, then do the following: Install the deps, you may only need to install libqt4-dev and libqrencode-dev packages if you followed the tutorial above. sudo apt-get install build-essential libtool autotools-dev automake pkg-config libssl-dev libevent-dev libboost-all-dev libminiupnpc-dev libqt4-dev libprotobuf-dev protobuf-compiler libqrencode-dev -y Then install the final dependency needed for Denarius QT, this is an alternative method to Kawaii's above that does not require you to compile the Berkeley DB 4.8 sudo apt-get install software-properties-common sudo add-apt-repository ppa:bitcoin/bitcoin sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install libdb4.8-dev libdb4.8++-dev Create the swapfile on your Pi (same as Kawaii's above) so that you can compile the code, since it has only 1GB of RAM. This creates a 4GB Swapfile. cd / dd if=/dev/zero of=swapfile bs=1M count=4000 chmod 0600 swapfile mkswap swapfile swapon swapfile Then we just need to clone our Denarius repository: cd ~/Downloads git clone https://github.com/carsenk/denarius.git cd denarius Once inside our denarius directory, we need to tell Qt (qmake) to setup our makefile for compiling: qmake "USE_LEVELDB=1" "USE_UPNP=1" "USE_QRCODE=1" denarius-qt.pro USE_LEVELDB=1 is required, USE_UPNP and USE_QRCODE are optional. Now we are finally ready to make! make -j4 (4 is the number of cores of your processor that you want to use for compiling, generally on the Pi3s you can use 4 cores) Once it is done building and if you didn't get any errors you will be able to run the following to launch the Denarius QT Wallet! ./Denarius If you run into any issues during the first time trying to make the QT, try going into the /src directory from Kawaii's tutorial above and compiling the denariusd first and then compile the QT. (Also when compiling denariusd in Kawaii's tutorial, you can avoid having to edit any makefiles by installing the Berkeley DB 4.8 from the PPA I listed above).
  13. Solo mine issue

    Try adding to your denarius.conf: rpcallowip= instead. It is saying "Connection Refused" now instead of "Timed out", which I would think means it is just blocking the RPC connection, so allowing your local IP should do the trick. You could try rpcallowip=*.* but that is extremely insecure, but you could try it for testing.
  14. Denarius v1.0.6.0

    Added the macOS v1.0.6.0 wallet finally! https://github.com/carsenk/denarius/releases/download/v1.0.6.0/Denarius-v1060.dmg (MD5 Checksum: 85DC74D1BBDAEC109D539C039D2546ED)