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This Topic will be on the Denarius Wallet. The wallet is needed for storing your DNR coins you earned from either mining or trading. You can download the wallet for your specific OS below and just run the wallet on your machine. Keeping the wallet open all the time on your machine will help support the Denarius Project as well as earn you rewards depending one how many coins your wallet holds by staking.

Windows-QT Wallet Download: 

https://github.com/carsenk/denarius/releases/

macOS-QT Wallet Download: 

https://github.com/carsenk/denarius/releases/

Github Source: https://github.com/carsenk/denarius

Install denariusd on Ubuntu easily with:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:denariuscoin/ppa
sudo apt-get update

The wallet itself is awesome, having a lot of extra features most wallets don't have. Below is a screenshot of my Denarius Wallet:

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The wallet currently features:

  • Overview - Shows your current DNR balance as well as recent transactions.
  • Send Coins - Send coins to a specified address.
  • Receive Coins - Here you will find your DNR Wallet Address, as well as be able to create multiple more addresses.
  • Transactions - See the coins that have been sent and received from your wallet.
  • Address Book - Stores addresses for future use with labels so you don't forget what is what.
  • Messages - Now this is awesome, you can send encrypted messages from your wallet address to other DNR wallets address via the blockchain! How cool!
  • Statistics - Shows DNR current stats on network.
  • Block Explorer - Find DNR blocks.
  • Market(NEW) - This drags the latest market stats for DNR for you to calculate how much your DNR is worth in USD!

Best Practices:

Now the way the wallet works is that is stores a file (on windows) in "%appdata%\denarius" called "wallet.dat" this file STORES YOUR WALLETS COINS! This file is very important! I find it best practice to back up this file daily if your obtaining a lot of coins. You can back up your "wallet.dat" from with in the wallet itself by doing: File > Backup Wallet...

Official Denarius Web Wallet:

https://github.com/carsenk/denariusnodewallet

Carsen is currently working on the Denarius Web Wallet which will be a great addition to the project. Below is sneak peek of the wallet.

Screenshot of Web Wallet:

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Thanks,

Stu

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Staking your coins at the moment doesn't make you much as we are in PoW stage, but it still makes you a bit of DNR every few hours depending on your network weight.

It also helps the network if you have your wallet open. I have my wallet open all the time to help support the network, so more people who have it open the bigger and stronger the DNR Network grows.

You can have the wallet open while you mine as well, it wont affect your miner at all :)

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The problem is I try to make more DNR on exchanges by selling it high and buying it low so it's not in my wallet because indeed the staking didn't seem to make me much extra DNR's. Have not seen anything that said that I had any extra DNR for staking. But with only 100 DNR it wouldn't be much weight anyway I guess?

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I believe it shows in the wallet transactions as "Mining". You can check you weight by hovering you mouse over the green up arrow in the bottom right of the wallet. It will also tell you when your next reward will come in to the wallet. I have like nearly 800 DNR in my wallet and get 0.0001 DNR every few hours as a staking reward, which isn't much but it still something. This will increase when PoS comes in to play and the 6% is applied.

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Hi.

 

I'm having some troubles with my wallet. I had problems with my laptop yesterday and I had to reboot the system to the day before yesterday. I had my wallet in my computer, but when I was searching for it moments ago I didn't fount it, so I unzipped the file once again and tryed to get to the wallet once again but it shows me and error (as you can see in the capture). I found the folder wixh says in the error, but I don't want to delete it because I don't know if there's a risk of lossing the wallet information and the Denarius that I have collected until now.

 

So, there is any way to recover my wallet or something?

 

Thank you.

 

P.S.: I didn't know if I had to open a new topic for this, so I decided to post it here.

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You should have your wallet.dat in C:\Users\i5\AppData\Roaming\Denarius, back that file up as it contains your wallet and balance information

While you are in that folder, go ahead and delete everything else except for your wallet.dat and denarius.conf file, then open the .exe again, it should load up no problems.

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8 hours ago, Lord_Arkham said:

Ok.

This is the folder, I got the wallet.dat (The one on the bottom). But I don't find the denarius.conf file, I got avaible the option to see the hidden files. So... I don't know what to do.

dnr.jpg

Sometimes the wallet do not create it but...

you can create it manually

Save it as denarius.conf (this its the content) in the same folder

rpcuser=yourusername
rpcpassword=yourpassword
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
rpcport=32339
server=1
daemon=1
listen=1
addnode=104.233.106.135:33339
addnode=109.205.244.150:33339
addnode=115.207.158.4:33339
addnode=130.255.12.2:33339
addnode=142.105.20.251:33339
addnode=147.135.191.162:33339
addnode=159.118.167.26:33339
addnode=163.172.4.66:33339
addnode=167.114.103.43:33339
addnode=172.93.53.210:33339
addnode=173.150.158.71:33339
addnode=189.186.121.70:33339
addnode=192.3.196.202:33339
addnode=200.92.17.152:33339
addnode=36.81.2.210:33339
addnode=37.146.173.97:33339
addnode=49.169.43.77:33339
addnode=5.9.112.62:33339
addnode=73.135.197.253:33339
addnode=75.174.67.156:33339
addnode=77.38.55.82:33339
addnode=82.114.227.101:33339
addnode=82.114.227.188:33339
addnode=82.114.234.204:33339
addnode=82.114.238.71:33339
addnode=82.114.251.198:33339
addnode=85.108.170.179:33339
addnode=88.254.45.178:33339
addnode=91.77.206.228:33339
addnode=94.250.129.128:33339

Replaces "yourusername" with something you wish and also "yourpassword"

restart your wallet after that

 

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1 hour ago, AiresDF said:

Sometimes the wallet do not create it but...

you can create it manually

Save it as denarius.conf (this its the content) in the same folder


rpcuser=yourusername
rpcpassword=yourpassword
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
rpcport=32339
server=1
daemon=1
listen=1
addnode=104.233.106.135:33339
addnode=109.205.244.150:33339
addnode=115.207.158.4:33339
addnode=130.255.12.2:33339
addnode=142.105.20.251:33339
addnode=147.135.191.162:33339
addnode=159.118.167.26:33339
addnode=163.172.4.66:33339
addnode=167.114.103.43:33339
addnode=172.93.53.210:33339
addnode=173.150.158.71:33339
addnode=189.186.121.70:33339
addnode=192.3.196.202:33339
addnode=200.92.17.152:33339
addnode=36.81.2.210:33339
addnode=37.146.173.97:33339
addnode=49.169.43.77:33339
addnode=5.9.112.62:33339
addnode=73.135.197.253:33339
addnode=75.174.67.156:33339
addnode=77.38.55.82:33339
addnode=82.114.227.101:33339
addnode=82.114.227.188:33339
addnode=82.114.234.204:33339
addnode=82.114.238.71:33339
addnode=82.114.251.198:33339
addnode=85.108.170.179:33339
addnode=88.254.45.178:33339
addnode=91.77.206.228:33339
addnode=94.250.129.128:33339

Replaces "yourusername" with something you wish and also "yourpassword"

restart your wallet after that

 

Thanks for the help.

Sorry, but... How I create it? In a text file? Or something else? Sorry for the (Maybe) noob question, but I'm not so updated as I could wish about this topics.

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13 minutes ago, Lord_Arkham said:

Thanks for the help.

Sorry, but... How I create it? In a text file? Or something else? Sorry for the (Maybe) noob question, but I'm not so updated as I could wish about this topics.

np :)

yes, a text file but...

put that content and when saving the file chose in the options type "all files" and in the field of the name write denarius.conf

this its because if not it will be saved as denarius.txt and you would need to open a dos command window to rename the extension to conf

 

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32 minutes ago, AiresDF said:

np :)

yes, a text file but...

put that content and when saving the file chose in the options "all types" files and in the field of the name wrtie denarius.conf

this its because if not it will be saved as denarius.txt and you would need to open a dos command window to rename it

 

Great! It worked :D

Thank you so much mates!!! :)

dnr r.jpg

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This is normal I guess. In order to have more active connections you can add these Lines in your config file:

addnode=yiimp.ccminer.org:33339
addnode=172.93.53.210:33339

But most of all you need to keep your wallet open 24/7 to be fully synced. Alternative solution is to use the NodeJS client side wallet provided in the Official page of Denarius, where you don't need to do anything just automatically start sending and receiving coins, but not staking available for now. Hope this helps!

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3 hours ago, Deparacidos said:

Hi, having same issue, installed on windows 10 and getting 1 active connection and then it loses it, not syncing. This is first time using it.

I downloaded for OS X on mac and its been on for about 40mins and same issue.. Is it just a slow network?

If you aren't getting connections you'll want to add the list of addnodes above to your denarius.conf file. You can get a fresh list of nodes from coinexchange.io in the DNR listing or other exchange sites. You should see a lot of connections and no issues with syncing after that :)

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I get rarley one connection and than it fails again and says 0 conncetion and no staking is possible....

I am not a flaming programmer. I don´t know what to do. I am worry to lose all my coins.

And i do not find this conf-file.

I feel traped into the nowhere.

 

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@Denarisufreak79 If you are on Windows you'll want to create a "denarius.conf" file inside of the folder C:/Users/Yourname/AppData/Roaming/Denarius, You can create the file by opening Notepad and saving it as a .txt file and renaming to .conf or just saving it as denarius.conf. You'll want to paste in the addnodes listed above to receive more connections, or you can get a fresh list from the DNR listing on CoinExchange.io or other sites.

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