I tried to import privkey that I generated in DashCore using "dumpprivkey" to Android Dash wallet.
I noticed that all the privkeys begin with X... on the beginning of the privkey.
Importing that privkey ended with an errormessage.
Then I tried some privkeys generated on https://paper.dash.org...
Having masternode.conf is NOT enough to start a masternode, you need to have the actual private key which controls your funds in the Dash Core wallet you are trying to start a masternode from to do so. Thanks to UdjinM6 for this Information.
I updated MN on server to 12.2 and also on local PC and tried to start MN
"errorMessage": "Could not allocate outpoint
$ ./dash-cli masternode status
"status": "Not capable masternode: Invalid protocol version"
I think on http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/dash/ there should be published the total possible supply, like
by other crypto currencies which have fixed total amout of coins.
As I know recent it is about 18 mil. DASH coins and it is every month less, minus not used budget coins.
Great Job! TenX @dr-julian-hosp
When I look on https://www.dashcentral.org/budget
I can nowhere see your proposal.
Why only on https://www.dashcentral.org/p/tenx-dash-debit-card directly
can it be displayed?
yes, i use 0.12.1.4 (LINUX), only the first time i used 0.12.1.3
Thanks for precise instructions, but i do the same and it stucks at 20%.
As i saw you are using Windows Dash Core, but i use Linux Dash Core.
It seems in Linux Dash core 0.12.1.4 it has not been fixed. Maybe i am wrong,
Sorry, but i am still not able to mix the coins.
Now i sent 2.2DASH to a new, never used wallet (Dash Core version v0.12.1.4).
Settings are 2DASH/2Rounds.
Mixing i started 14 hours ago, it jumped after a short to 20% and now after 14 hours shows the same 20%.
Remaining keys 915.
I started mixing over 1 DASH and after 14 hours i steel had 0 (zero) PrivateSend Balance.
I'm using Dash Core version v0.12.1.3
After this 14 hours period remained me 0,94 DASH balance (not privatesend balance).
Any idea why mixing did not work?