Take a look at http://www.bitcoinwednesday.com/events/, none of the future events show a location yet. So I think the location varies as they have to rent the venue in advance.
Best practise would be to check a few weeks before the event takes place to make sure what the location is.
Very exciting times ahead indeed, I'm 100% supporting this proposal! :)
Just like qwizzie it's in my home country as well, and I even might be able to attend!
For those of you that are wondering about the venue:
Leidseplein, Kleine-Gartmanplantsoen 10, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Haha you got a point, but I already blame too much on Windows.. :o Thanks, gotta love automated password protected RAR5 back-ups to encrypted drives! :) Might make a guide for automated back-ups on Windows someday.
I restored an older wallet.dat file from a week old back-up, that worked. What could possibly have caused the sudden corruption of that specific wallet.dat file? I do remember that once one of the wallet.dat files was in use when the automated back-up tried to back-up everything, hence killing...
One of my Masternode's wallet-QT (on Windows) has issues starting, I have a feeling the wallet.dat file is causing this. They're all running the same version: v12.0.46.
Everytime I want to run the wallet it starts re-scanning, none of the other wallets do this:
Then when the rescanning hits...
In previous (v11) releases the "masternode.conf" file was always placed in the same folder as the wallet-QT. Now with v12 it seems that there's a "masternode.conf" file in both the wallet-QT folder and the data folder.
The one in the wallet-QT folder is the one I used with v11, it has things...
I'm not sure but I think the following command is the one I was looking for:
./dash-cli masternode status | grep -e SERVER_IP -e SERVER_IP -e etc.
Nope, it's not the correct command either. Writing ./dash-cli masternode status in the VPS terminal shows the following:
Did the "masternode list" parameters change?
It was ./dashd masternode list | grep -e XXX -e XXX -e XXX -e XXX etc. before, changing that to ./dash-cli masternode list | grep -e XXX -e XXX -e XXX -e XXX etc. still doesn't display the status of my nodes. Anyone?
Yeah thanks mate, but already found out myself. (Edited my previous post :))
For those using WinSCP, enable "Show hidden files".. Makes it 10x more easy to manage!
Preferences > Panels > Show hidden files
Wish it was that easy..
Error: To use the "-server" option, you must set a rpcpassword in the configuration file:
It is recommended you use the following random password:
(you do not need to remember this...