Normally a wallet connects to a see node at first start and get a list of active nodes from there. This may take some time, may be up to an hour, and your wallet needs to resolve DNS hostnames in order to get this process working.
I didn’t understand this paragraph from BIP 113, that might effect pools. I assume p2pool head will have included a fix…
Implication for users:
GetMedianTimePast() always trails behind the current time, so a transaction locktime set to the present time will be rejected by nodes running this release until the median time moves forward. To compensate, subtract one hour (3,600 seconds) from your locktimes to allow those transactions to be included in mempools at approximately the expected time.
I agree with @RIPPEDDRAGON , that is why I’ve always supported p2pool, and such as @Wellenreiter and @Ghostlander did so much work to make sure, anyone can run a fair / open source and distributed FTC pool, especially on the Neoscrypt change over …
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