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So - in coin control they all say 0 confirm
Meaning that I have to wait to SPEND them
but what iX really does - is - it tells the Recipient that the DASH is GOOD and verified - BUT - you, as a Recipient have to wait to spend it - correct??
 
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Some falled

Status: 0/confirmed (InstantX verification failed)
Date: 8/6/2015 22:54
From: unknown
To: y5tfV3DYmYkXN2LkbSNMSFwY1HQU3HSMt6 (own address)
Credit: 1.00000000 tDASH
Net amount: +1.00000000
tDASHTransaction ID: be9b8b9745d0fbbe3e07d8139abc06ce42e9d31c6e5a2d1932554af68b642792-000
 
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For anything that does not require wallet - query for blocks, txes etc
right on
what about this?

So - in coin control they all say 0 confirm
Meaning that I have to wait to SPEND them
but what iX really does - is - it tells the Recipient that the DASH is GOOD and verified - BUT - you, as a Recipient have to wait to spend it - correct??
 

qwizzie

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I got another windows wallet that "hang" :



- <Event xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/win/2004/08/events/event">
- <System>
<Provider Name="Windows Error Reporting" />
<EventID Qualifiers="0">1001</EventID>
<Level>4</Level>
<Task>0</Task>
<Keywords>0x80000000000000</Keywords>
<TimeCreated SystemTime="2015-08-07T03:21:12.000000000Z" />
<EventRecordID>4603</EventRecordID>
<Channel>Application</Channel>
<Computer>HuiskamerPC</Computer>
<Security />
</System>
- <EventData>
<Data>50</Data>
<Data>5</Data>
<Data>AppHangB1</Data>
<Data>Niet beschikbaar</Data>
<Data>0</Data>
<Data>dash-qt.exe</Data>
<Data>0.12.0.39</Data>
<Data>52cf3800</Data>
<Data>8bc5</Data>
<Data>134217728</Data>
<Data />
<Data />
<Data />
<Data />
<Data />
<Data>C:\Users\qwizzie\AppData\Local\Temp\WER1E31.tmp.appcompat.txt C:\Users\qwizzie\AppData\Local\Temp\WER1E61.tmp.WERInternalMetadata.xml</Data>
<Data>C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\WER\ReportArchive\AppHang_dash-qt.exe_ca2b9ca6ccd3550d6a45868435dcac1aca2c21_dd245dcb_24a2214e</Data>
<Data />
<Data>0</Data>
<Data>0f3cdcc9-3cb3-11e5-bff8-c8d719bf9328</Data>
<Data>0</Data>
<Data>2f63bb02a75159f436909cbedde23b0b</Data>
</EventData>
</Event>



- <Event xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/win/2004/08/events/event">
- <System>
<Provider Name="Application Hang" />
<EventID Qualifiers="0">1002</EventID>
<Level>2</Level>
<Task>101</Task>
<Keywords>0x80000000000000</Keywords>
<TimeCreated SystemTime="2015-08-07T03:21:14.000000000Z" />
<EventRecordID>4604</EventRecordID>
<Channel>Application</Channel>
<Computer>HuiskamerPC</Computer>
<Security />
</System>
- <EventData>
<Data>dash-qt.exe</Data>
<Data>0.12.0.39</Data>
<Data>db0</Data>
<Data>01d0d0ba2fd826a5</Data>
<Data>5</Data>
<Data>D:\TestDash3\dash-qt.exe</Data>
<Data>0f3cdcc9-3cb3-11e5-bff8-c8d719bf9328</Data>
<Data />
<Data />
<Binary>55006E006B006E006F0077006E0000000000</Binary>
</EventData>
</Event>

The debug.log is weird as that it doesnt show any info on last few hours of mixing :

http://www.filedropper.com/debug_1

edit : sorry about the ads, i just picked the first upload site i came across, just click the download
button and fill in the ''are you human'' code
 
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UdjinM6

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So - in coin control they all say 0 confirm
Meaning that I have to wait to SPEND them
but what iX really does - is - it tells the Recipient that the DASH is GOOD and verified - BUT - you, as a Recipient have to wait to spend it - correct??
Yep, to spend ix-received funds you need at least one block confirmation. And to ix them from receiver you will need 6.
 

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If you issue "masternodelist full" command, search the result for tDash address = yDDoDLvKberiXXwS1hpX72yL7eD9aYT81Q, there are 2 remote MNs running on collateral from one address:
Code:
C:\Testnet\out.23;32;07.txt (2 hits)
   Line 3:  "b37afec75251a73ff05ef71e4c5afd9fd37e95dc755177ba624cbfb229d65e89-1" : "  ENABLED 70101 yDDoDLvKberiXXwS1hpX72yL7eD9aYT81Q  188.165.84.230:21751 1438926942  -223 1438908084",
   Line 52:  "1b03acaebe349e07f52b232fb51a52c1a3389af1d6d600cad9830c57835c8afb-1" : "  ENABLED 70101 yDDoDLvKberiXXwS1hpX72yL7eD9aYT81Q  188.165.84.230:15180 1438927165  0 1438908060",
 

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If you issue "masternodelist full" command, search the result for tDash address = yDDoDLvKberiXXwS1hpX72yL7eD9aYT81Q, there are 2 remote MNs running on collateral from one address:
You can have multiple masternodes from the same IP because they are on different ports on testnet, on mainnet port=9999 is mandatory.
 

bertlebbert

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You can have multiple masternodes from the same IP because they are on different ports on testnet, on mainnet port=9999 is mandatory.
Thing is, one local wallet address was able to start two remote MNs; ie. 1000 coins = 2 masternodes
 

bertlebbert

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They could be different servers, it wouldn't matter... I'm talking about my local wallet address with only 1000 coins is providing collateral for two masternodes
 

moli

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They could be different servers, it wouldn't matter... I'm talking about my local wallet address with only 1000 coins is providing collateral for two masternodes
OH..... how does that work? we can't use the same vin for two masternodes, right?
 

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Thats the whole point of the 1k collateral. Each vin is "locked" to one MN.

bertlebbert how did you do it? I'll try to replicate

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They could be different servers, it wouldn't matter... I'm talking about my local wallet address with only 1000 coins is providing collateral for two masternodes
Actually there are 2x 1000 DASH in that tx - do you own both addresses?
upload_2015-8-7_10-15-29.png
 

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K then that's OK, right? Just that masternodelist full shows only one local wallet address running two MNs, that seems odd, no?
It may be unusual to have the same pubkey for two masternodes (most people split their 1000 DASH to unique addresses) but it is not prohibited. You can send 10 x 1000 DASH to the same address and run 10 masternodes from these vins and all will show with the same pubkey.
 
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It may be unusual to have the same pubkey for two masternodes (most people split their 1000 DASH to unique addresses) but it is not prohibited. You can send 10 x 1000 DASH to the same address and run 10 masternodes from these vins and all will show with the same pubkey.
Cool, thanks for explaining... I hadn't seen or heard of that before, so I was kinda surprised when I noticed it.
 
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Cool, thanks for explaining... I hadn't seen or heard of that before, so I was kinda surprised when I noticed it.
No problem - in the end only the vin is what counts, they HAVE to be unique :)

upload_2015-8-7_10-47-36.png


Splitting the 1000 DASH to uniq pubkeys has the benefit of simplifying the monitoring of payments: What node did get paid, and what not?
 

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For sure... instead of thinking 1000 coin address = MN, should be thinking 1000 coin vin = 1 MN.
And if we have multiple 1000 vins each operating a different MN, they could all be same wallet address (pub key).
(Why anyone would want to do that?)
 
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moli

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For sure... instead of thinking 1000 coin address = MN, should be thinking 1000 coin vin = 1 MN.
And if we have multiple 1000 vins each operating a different MN, they could all be same wallet address (pub key).
(Why anyone would want to do that?)
I would love to do that, but scratchy's site doesn't let us use the same address for more than one genkey. it would give this message:
"ERROR: THERES ALREADY A NODE RUNNING WITH THIS ADDRESS"
 

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With start-many, all payments got to the first address, so how do you monitor payments with that? (yup, I've never used start-many....)
 

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I would love to do that, but scratchy's site doesn't let us use the same address for more than one genkey. it would give this message:
"ERROR: THERES ALREADY A NODE RUNNING WITH THIS ADDRESS"
Lol, that's his catch all msg for everything.
 

bertlebbert

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With start-many, all payments got to the first address, so how do you monitor payments with that? (yup, I've never used start-many....)
That's a good question... if you start-many say10 MNs, there's no way to attribute any particular payment to a specific address vin... haha, just assume I suppose
 

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I would love to do that, but scratchy's site doesn't let us use the same address for more than one genkey. it would give this message:
"ERROR: THERES ALREADY A NODE RUNNING WITH THIS ADDRESS"
If you want to use just one address for more than one MN on scratchy's cloud, I did it, you can to. For kicks I'm going to see if I can get 10 or more all running with same public key. When I have the procedure down pat, I'll tell ya what I did...
 

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That's a good question... if you start-many say10 MNs, there's no way to attribute any particular payment to a specific address vin... haha, just assume I suppose
hmmm ... I don't think so. That would be total chaos and be of disservice to the argument. The idea of start-many is to simplify things, not to make it worse. With typical start-many, 1k addresses (each with it's own vin) are created, which makes it easier I guess, but since it's the first address that gets payed, it's kind of like the same situation, you can't really tell from incoming payments from which MN it belongs to.

So, I assume the way to track down each MN will be the same, as it utterly dependent on the vin, not the pubkey.

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