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Ledger Nano S Problem (cannot Start Bitcoin Wallet)

Ledger Nano S Problem (cannot Start Bitcoin Wallet)

Ledger Nano S problem (cannot start Bitcoin Wallet) Here is what I've done (in this exact order): 1. Started Ethereum Wallet Chrome app, started Ethereum Wallet app in the device. Created Ethereum address, wallet works fine. 2. Installed ZCash Wallet onto the device, started Chrome Bitcoin app (which they use for ZCash in Ledgerwallet), created ZCash address, sync started, all works fine. 3. Tried to create a BTC wallet: started Chrome Bitcoin app (same one used for ZCash), started Bitcoin app on the device. I get this screen in the Chrome app when it asks me whether I want to use Bitcoin or Bitcoin Cash, I chose Bitcoin. Then it asks if I want to create a legacy address or segwit address -- I chose segwit (tried the legacy option too). At this point (as I can see in Youtube videos) wallet syncronization is supposed to start. However, the Legacy/Segwit window just closes and I see the Bitcoin/Bitcoin Cash window again. Nothing happens then. I can hit the "Bitcoin" button again, and it goes on forever. I tried to remove the Bitcoin app from the device in order to reinstall it. But Ledger App manager won't let me do it (operation fails). Tried to plug/unplug/re-enter PIN many times, of course. Ledgerwallet support wait time is about 2 weeks. Does anyone have an idea what's happening? Please. I tried to remove the Bitcoin app from the device in order to reinstall it. But Ledger App manager won't let me do it (operation fails). Did you try to remove an application before trying to reinstall the BTC app again? It sounds strange, but sometimes there just isn't enough space on the nano s (even if you had the app installed already). Just uninstall an application and try to install BTC app again. The amount of applications which can be installed at the same time on the nano s v Continue reading >>

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Ethereum Wallet Syncing Problems

Ethereum Wallet Syncing Problems

One of the most common problems with the Ethereum Wallet application is keeping the blockchain in sync with the Ethereum network. This page describes some of the common issues users may encounter while trying to sync the blockchain and potential methods to work around the problems. Note that Ethereum Wallet will not display your account balance correctly when it is not synced fully or correctly. Check that your the clock on your computer is close to real time. Change your system settings so that your system clock is synced to an NTP (Network Time Protocol) server. Slow Syncing Between Blocks 2,283,397 And 2,717,576 You may be encountering some problems syncing Ethereum Wallet (or Mist) to the Mainnet blockchain. A common problem when syncing Ethereum Wallet's blockchain data is that the syncing slows down between blocks 2,283,397 and 2,620,384 due to the attack on the Ethereum network (reference Why is my node synchronization stuck/extremely slow at block 2,306,843? ). The syncing also slows down between blocks 2,675,055 and 2,717,576 due to the state clearing process to remove the 20 million empty accounts created by the network attack. If you have a problem with slow syncing, the easiest way to recover from this slowdown is to remove your blockchain data and restart Ethereum Wallet. Ethereum Wallet will then perform a fast sync which skips over these attack blocks. WARNING: Make sure you back up your keystore directory so you don't accidentally delete your account information. Depending on your operating system, you will find the chaindata subdirectory in: Alternatively, you can run geth removedb to remove the blockchain data. Start Ethereum Wallet. It should now start fast syncing the blockchain data. Alternatively, run geth --syncmode "fast" --cache 1024 console an Continue reading >>

Help, My Wallet Won't Sync

Help, My Wallet Won't Sync

DIMPAY: decentralized cryptocurrency payments ICO - December 6, 2017 At some point, pretty much everybody who uses cryptocurrency will come across this problem: your wallet just wont sync. It gets stuck on a certain block and wont download / process the rest of the blockchain . Although every altcoin is different and there may be a unique or exotic problem affecting your particular wallet, there are some very common problems and solutions that seem to work 99% of the time. Before you go any further you do need to check that your wallet really is stuck and it isnt just being very slow to sync. There are three ways to tell whether your wallet is actively syncing or if its completely stuck at a particular block: in most wallets you can view the number of blocks processed from within the wallet itself, often from a progress bar along the bottom, or by hovering over an icone that looks like two spinning arrows; if the block number doesnt change for an extended period of time then its stuck. You can also monitor the chain folder itself to see if it is being modified and added to, or check your computers resource use (fluctuating values for memory and CPU use usually means that the wallet is actively syncing and not completely stuck). Most cryptocurrency wallets display the number of connections that you have to the network, usually in the bottom right hand corner with an icon that has a series of vertical bars. You may be able to see how good your connection is by the number of bars which are filled in with colour, or get an exact figure for the number of connections you have by hovering your cursor over the icon. If you are seeing zero network connections, or even if it is fluctuating around a very low figure like 1-2, then you may need to manually add the address of nodes Continue reading >>

How Do I Refresh My Wallet? (missing Deposit)

How Do I Refresh My Wallet? (missing Deposit)

How do I refresh my wallet? (Missing Deposit) If your funds are not displaying correctly, you get an error sending, run into a network problem, or Exodus closes unexpectedly, you may need to manually refresh individual assets. A quick wallet refresh tends to fix a number of balance-related problems. Below is an example of how to refresh Ethereum, but this same procedure can be done with each asset; They all behave in the same way. Open your Ethereum wallet by clicking on Wallet on the left sidebar then choose Ethereum. Mouse over the Ethereum logo and you will see a refresh icon. Click on the refresh icon. A dialog asks you if you want to rescan the blockchain. Choose "Rescan". When this process starts, individual transactions are counted and rebuilt. This is very similar to recounting a drawer of money.When the refresh icon is finished spinning all your transactions will be updated and refreshed. This feature was improved in version 1.41.0. If you are using ANY older version it is important to update to the latest version of Exodus then follow the steps above.You can update to the latest version of Exodus by visiting: Continue reading >>

Help With Very Slow Mist Sync

Help With Very Slow Mist Sync

I have seen other posts in reddit where users experienced slow sync times. I am using windows 10 and version 3.7 (I saw on gitter that other users on windows 10 had trouble with version 3.8 crashing). My download speed is 4.19 MBS. I have adjusted clock to (time.nist.gov). I am still not able to sync and it has been hours, probably at least 10 and I am only halfway through. Any suggestions? Also I notice that when I close and reopen, only about a third of the time am I offered the option to "skip search for peers". Lastly, I tried to open an account when not in sync. I was able to enter and confirm password, however no new account showed. Long sync times are normal (unfortunately) - when I updated it about a week ago it took significantly more than 10 hours ;) Jol Jan 25 '16 at 1:43 I think there is some compatibility issue. Sometimes it gets hung up on blocks and i have to restart. Most of the time it tries to sync without option to go into application - skip peer search. The second time i went into application i did see account created but shortly after lost peers. Skier Jan 25 '16 at 7:10 I am truly surprised how rough this is. I thought it would be much further along. I too went with my ether wallet paper wallet as few options available. Skier Jan 25 '16 at 7:13 I've had the exact same experience - this is in active development so you can't expect a super smooth UX I'm afraid. Jol Jan 25 '16 at 7:13 10 hours you gotta be joking, i have been updating since the last 2 months!!! PirateApp Jul 20 '17 at 11:09 I am using Windows 10, Mist Wallet 0.7.2 which includes geth v1.3.6, a non-SSD hard drive and ethernet connection to 16Mbs modem. I had incredibly slow syncing of the blockchain, even with 25 peers and was actually having to to quit and restart Mist just to downlo Continue reading >>

Ethereum Mist Wallet - How To Fix When Blockchain Won't Sync Up

Ethereum Mist Wallet - How To Fix When Blockchain Won't Sync Up

Should there at any point ever be 21 million chain structures during the sync? Mine gets stuck around the last 100 blocks chasing chain structure data. (trying to prove a friend wrong about the wallet, I been running it two weeks on a server computer). If this floating point overflows, I'm gonna send it to the devs. :joy: Thank you for the video. I have not done it yet. I have over 40 ETH in there. I am afraid to delete the file you mentioned because I am afraid of losing my ETH. what do you think I should do? Your 'solution' doesn't work. I've tried it about 20 times. I even have a special link to the file needing to be deleted. One other suggestion was to turn off security stuff (really secure for cold storage not... like people are going to feel safe doing this??? ) Not working. I can't imagine Ethereum's price going too high if nobody can secure their Ethereum in cold storage. Not until this problem gets solved will the price rise much higher. Ethereum is a Russian hackware you dumb fucks. Bait you then Switch~ When are you stupid asses ever going to learn. Like brain dead morons. GET A FUCKING CLUE AND THIS VIDEO WILL LOSE YOU ALL PROGRESS AND LOSE YOU TOKEN FUCTION> Continue reading >>

Install Ethereum Wallet

Install Ethereum Wallet

Tutorials and jobs for Ethereum enthusiasts. If you dont have a clue about what is Ethereum or a smart contract, you should first read what is Ethereum . The fastest way to get started with Ethereum smart contract programing is Ethereum Wallet. Its a native application available for Windows, MacOSX and Linux. You can download it from the Github project . Before anything, Ethereum Wallet needs to connect to the block chain and synchronize. Once the sync is done choose the test network. On the test network any transaction will be done with test Ethereum so it does not cost you anything to develop. Keep in mind that while you are on the test network your contracts wont be accessible from the normal Ethereum network. Then you have to choose a password and dont forget it. You dont have to worry too much as the password will only affect the test network. Once this is done you should see the Ethereum Wallet main screen displaying your account address and current balance which should be 0. On the test network you can easily get Ethereum by selecting in the menu Start mining. Let the app run a little and youll see Ethereum in your account. It can takes around an hour to get your Ethereum. In the future, you will need a small amount of Ethereum to deploy your smart contracts to the blockchain and interact with them. You can now start writing your first smart contract . Continue reading >>

How To Fix Ethereum Mist Wallet Never Ends Syncing

How To Fix Ethereum Mist Wallet Never Ends Syncing

How To Fix Ethereum Mist Wallet Never Ends Syncing I had an issue with the Ethereum Mist wallet never finishing syncing the blockchain. Mist just kept downloading chain structure for two days, always stuck a couple of hundred blocks behind the most current one. Download the latest version of Geth and extract it to somewhere like C:\Geth ( ) Run CMD.exe (Command Prompt, the black terminal window in Windows) as Administrator (right-click -> Run as Administrator) Change directory to where you extracted Geth: Run the following command to start syncing the blockchain using the light syncmode: It should now start syncing. After a while (how long varies), you will notice it reaches the current block and becomes less active. You should now be able to run the Mist wallet without issues again. Download and run the latest Mist wallet to avoid other bugs/issues ( ) Hope this helps someone out there with the same annoying issue! Continue reading >>

Page 117 - Ethereum Gpu Mining?

Page 117 - Ethereum Gpu Mining?

Almost positive I used Mist wallet over a year ago to generate these addresses. I'm assuming you have the private keys then or backup files, correct? Or are at least still have Mist on the computers used to generate the addresses. If you have the keys or backup files, it's easy to import them into Mist or MyEtherWallet, or pretty much any Ethereum wallet software (I prefer those two, though there are other apps and sites) and send to an exchange address and convert to Bitcoin or fiat currency to cash out. If you don't have an exchange account yet, I suggest making one now and play around with it, maybe using a small amount of ether if you can. Some sites (e.g. Coinbase) will make you go through a lot of verification hoops if you intend to withdraw to USD or other "real" currency, and you can save yourself some time by testing it now rather than waiting until it's time to sell. I'm assuming you have the private keys then or backup files, correct? Or are at least still have Mist on the computers used to generate the addresses. If you have the keys or backup files, it's easy to import them into Mist or MyEtherWallet, or pretty much any Ethereum wallet software (I prefer those two, though there are other apps and sites) and send to an exchange address and convert to Bitcoin or fiat currency to cash out. If you don't have an exchange account yet, I suggest making one now and play around with it, maybe using a small amount of ether if you can. Some sites (e.g. Coinbase) will make you go through a lot of verification hoops if you intend to withdraw to USD or other "real" currency, and you can save yourself some time by testing it now rather than waiting until it's time to sell. I just downloaded mist wallet and when I launch it without running as an admin, it shows that I nee Continue reading >>

Firing Up The Light Ethereum Blockchain

Firing Up The Light Ethereum Blockchain

Software developer and co-founder of Blockchain Manchester. Firing up the light Ethereum Blockchain If you have ever tried to get the Ethereum Blockchain synchronised on you local machine it can be slow and frustrating. You start googling and all the information is either old and/or fragmented. You may eventually piece it all to together but it is harder than it should be. Even the official documentation is often out-of-date. I realise this technology is moving fast but I believe it is essential to make it as simple as possible to get interested parties up and running. The barrier to entry should be as low as possible, people want to play with Ethereum not wade through endless old forum posts. Working with the Ethereum Wallet in lightmode As of October 2017, the Ethereum Wallet (used to send ether about and deploy smart contracts) and geth (the official Ethereum client written in the Go programming language) have matured to a level that you should be able to get up and running a few hours (or even quicker) if you are happy to run in light mode. As geth 1.7.x has the ability to use the LES protocol v1 . The Light Ethereum Subprotocol (LES) is the protocol used by light clients, which only download block headers as they appear and fetch other parts of the blockchain on-demand. The good news is Light Client integration (from v0.9.1 onwards) is now built into the Ethereum Wallet . Light syncing time decreased by an order of magnitude, compared to running a full node. Same as for storage requirements. Some users may still want to sync the full chain if they require all the chains data locally. Also, remember light mode is relatively new so may have a few kinks to be ironed out. In summary , Full Sync: Gets the block headers, the block bodies, and validates every element fro Continue reading >>

Does The Ethereum Walled Download The Whole Blockchain To My Computer? Where Is It Downloaded To, And What Is The Size (as Of April 2017)?

Does The Ethereum Walled Download The Whole Blockchain To My Computer? Where Is It Downloaded To, And What Is The Size (as Of April 2017)?

Does the Ethereum walled download the whole blockchain to my computer? Where is it downloaded to, and what is the size (as of April 2017)? If you download an Ethereum wallet like Mist , then by default you are running the full client, which will download the entire blockchain. The default location of this chain in Windows 8 is: C:\User\\AppData\Roaming\Ethereum\geth\chaindata. As of April 19th, 2017, my blockchain size is 23.5 GB total. If you dont want to download a full client, I would highly recommend Metamask.io . Its a client that will create a wallet for you, but wont download the blockchain. It will also allow you to interact directly with Dapps. Ya, if you want to sync to the mainnet with your Ethereum Wallet you must download the entire blockchain. It saves each block into a folder called chaindata in a location that you specify. If you are a developer you can use APIs like Infura and Web3 to interact with the main Ethereum chain. You also have the option to connect your Ethereum Wallet to the testnet or to a private Ethereum blockchain that you can configure using Geth. Both of these options allow you to develop on a test chain to test applications, without needing to download and store the entire blockchain. You can use this walkthrough to connect an Ethereum blockchain locally , and this walkthrough to connect your Ethereum blockchain using AWS . Continue reading >>

Ethereum Wallet Slow Sync

Ethereum Wallet Slow Sync

Please review the Stickies pinned at the top. For BADGES please READ the FAQ for DETAILS. Follow @LTTCompute 30 Jan 2016 Please review the various posts pinned at the top of the forum section for lots of good information on basic installs, setup and questions. For BADGES please READ the FAQ for the DETAILS.Also, don't forget to follow @LTTCompute on twitter for random tweets, posts and updates... ya, random! Thought I'd move my wallet install to a more secure machine than the one it is currently on. The "new" machine has a Celeron G1610T (2C2T 2.3 GHz), WD Green 2TB HD, 8GB ECC ram, running Win7 64. I installed the same software as on my other system from , imported my key or whatever it is called, and let it sync. Over a day later, it is still going. I did restart it once earlier. The old system has a SSD in it, so maybe that helps it sync faster, but I was also concerned about the write load on it. Look at the new install stats above, in ~30h there has been a total of over 550GB writes to the disk. I can't say for sure it is the Ethereum client, but nothing else should be doing much. Coffee tasting : Asrock Z370 Pro4, i3-8350k @ 5.0 GHz, Noctua D15, G.Skill TridentZ 3000C14 @ 3866C172x8GB, R7 260X, ancient OCZPSU, Corsair 600C, Crucial BX300 120GB Main rig : Asus Maximus VIII Hero, i7-6700k stock, Noctua D14, G.Skill Ripjaws V 3200 2x8GB,Asus 1080 Ti Strix OC, Corsair HX750i, In Win 303 NVIDIA, SamsungSM951 512GB, Optane 900p 280GB, Crucial MX200 1TB, Sandisk 960GB, WD Blue 1TB,Acer Predator XB241YU Ryzen rig:Asus Prime X370-Pro, R7 1700 @ 3.6 fixed, Corsair H110i GTX, Corsair LPX 3000 @ 2933, Vega 56, Corsair TX750, CoolerMaster MasterBox, Kingston 240GB VR rig : Asus Z170IPro Gaming, i7-6700k stock, Silverstone TD03-E, Kingston Hyper-X 26662x8GB, Zotac 1070 FE, Cor Continue reading >>

Ethereum Wallet

Ethereum Wallet

Hi all, anyone tried out the Ethereum Wallet? I'm having the same pain that it seems many have experienced - the last block won't sync and therefore I cannot see my Ether. Anyone know any tricks to solving this? Would it have anything to do with my VPN? I've downloaded Exodus instead, which looks and acts great but I have been reading a few negative reviews. Any thoughts? Am still waiting on my Ledger Nano S so trying to find the best wallets until I can go cold. Good afternoon gentlemen ... I firstly want to say thank you for all the comments and input you guys give! Helped a noob like me plenty and there are some unsung heroes here. That been said gents, I just need some guidance please without a sjambok reply - just nudge me in a direction ;-) I have been with Luno since May so was one of the guys that got a stash of BCH. All good and well, the time came where I wanted to sell it and exchange it for ETH. I have two things - converted the BCH via changely and created an ETH wallet with MyEtherWallet. Besides everyones preference, is it possible for me to send the newly converted ETH back into my LUNO ETH balance? I have a qr code from Luno and now this MyEtherWallet, but this year is proving to be too long for this simpleton Continue reading >>

Ethereum Wallet Does Not Synch (downloading Chain Structure Without End In Sight) #2749

Ethereum Wallet Does Not Synch (downloading Chain Structure Without End In Sight) #2749

Version: `0.8.10`OS & Version: osxNode type: `Geth 1.6.6 (Go)`Number of blocks synchronized: 4010159 I'm not a techie but wanted to try and download and synch a wallet to start to learn. It's been three days and the wallet has not synched. The "downloading chain structure" never ends. What options do i have? It usually does take a few hours. But if it's taking too long, you want to check other things like - is a firewall/antivirus blocking anything, are you behind a proxy and can you try on another network, any specific issues shown in the log file? Hey Sathish - i read your earlier responses on the same lines. No firewall/antivirus, no proxy, tried two networks too. No log file issues that i can see. The issue is that it's been 3 days and the chain structure just keeps on growing, just never ends. Same here. It looks like this isn't a priority for fixing or they just can't repro it. It's going to be up to us to fix it or abandon MIst/Wallets in Ethereum. I'm on my third day of trying to download the block chain for my wallet. I'm on Windows 10. I have no firewall/proxy/network issues. Here's the last entries in the log when it's stuck (nothing unusual except the retry): INFO [08-12|12:55:12] Imported new state entries count=1 flushed=1 elapsed=0s processed=19798 pending=3054 retry=1 duplicate=0 unexpected=2 INFO [08-12|12:55:14] Imported new state entries count=384 flushed=420 elapsed=114.308ms processed=20182 pending=3124 retry=2 duplicate=0 unexpected=2 INFO [08-12|12:55:15] Imported new state entries count=384 flushed=404 elapsed=22.045ms processed=20566 pending=2876 retry=2 duplicate=0 unexpected=2 INFO [08-12|12:55:17] Imported new state entries count=384 flushed=386 elapsed=92.248ms processed=20950 pending=2919 retry=264 duplicate=0 unexpected=2 It appears to ge Continue reading >>

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