Feathercoin daemon and wallet production version 0.19.1
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  • Regular Member | Tip tmuir12

    That will be file I also suggest youuse the backup wallet command inside the wallet to save the wallet.dat file to a USB stick so if you have a hard drive failure ever you still have a copy of the wallet.dat that you can then re-import.

    Odd how it always stop 23 hours behind.

    Just a silly thought is the clock on your PC showing the correct time?

    I have heard of people having issues if the CMOS battery goes flat on their PCs before

  • Regular Member | Tip Time2Shine

    I think so. Should the time be adjusted to something other than eastern standard? Im in the eastern timzone.

    How does the CMOS batt go flat?

  • Regular Member | Tip tmuir12

    No just set it to your local time that is ok.

    The batteries can go flat if your PC is a number of years old, like any rechargeable battery they just eventually wear out, but usually most people replace their PC before the battery wears out.

    I’m talking about if your pc thinks its last month, or if its set to Eastern time but the clock is not showing the correct time for where you have set it, then that could be an issue.

    You also usually get a warning message on bootup if you have cmos battery problems.

  • Regular Member | Tip Time2Shine

    Ok it stopped at 23 hours again… arrgghh

    I need to fix this asap

    When it reaches 23 hours the to arrows that spin in a circle that shows progress stops and says “Catching Up”…

  • Regular Member | Tip tmuir12

    I’ve asked those more knowledgeable than me to help, but can you see what block number it is stuck at?

    You can get this by going to the console and typing


  • Regular Member | Tip Time2Shine

    Where exactly is the console and what is it?

    And also it says 444762, but it never actually freezes.

    When you hover your mouse over the green sync bar it says…

    "Catching up…

    Processed 444765 blocks of transaction history.

    Last received block was generated 23 hours ago.

    Transactions after this will not yet be visible"

    Even though it is stuck at 23 hours, the processed block count keeps rising. Now it is at 444767.

  • Regular Member | Tip tmuir12

    Current block is 444,865 and as its about 2 hours since your post that would be about right.

    Something odd is going on here because if you are up to block 444765 you are up to date.

    Sounds to me like you have some odd time stamp issue going on.

    To get to the console, click on the help menu optin in the wallet, then select ‘Debug window’ then click on the console tab and you are there

    If you type help into the box at the bottom it will give you a list of commands you can use

    If you type getinfo in there it will list the latest block you have synced to.

    Then go to a FTC mining website and see what they list as the latest block.

    If they are the same or only 1 or 2 different you are up to date, as it can sometimes take a minute or 2 for the latest block to propagate to all wallets.

    If you look here http://www.wemineftc.com/stats

    It will give the stats the blockchain is up to.

    If your wallet and the website above agree its the same block it would make me think its still some odd issue with the time on your PC.

    Have you set the clock on windows to automatically sync itself to the correct time?

  • Regular Member | Tip Time2Shine

    Well, when I check the debug window the blocks are matching up, but for some reason won’t go past 23 hours.

    Figured out the issue. I had to go in to my computers time settings and sync time with an online source. Wow, what a pain the arse.

    Thanks so much for your help tmuir12. As soon as this next transaction goes through, I’ll hook you up!

  • Regular Member | Tip tmuir12

    I had a feeling it was something to do with the time on your pc.

    An extra check the wallet does is check the timestamps on the blocks against the time on your PC and if the timestamp on the block is out of whack with your PC it won’t fully sync up.

    Its a pain but its essentially part of the security protocol of the block chain to stop people faking blocks.

    Glad you got it sorted in the end.

  • | Tip lizhi

    my 0.9.3 core wallet ,the synchronization of all the blockchain of spending 12 hours.

  • Regular Member | Tip Time2Shine

    Ok guys, I’m having another issue. I recently made a withdraw from an exchange server I use when I got this new wallet and I never received it. I though it was due to the syncing, but after going back n forth with the company, they sent me where the coins went too and it is not my address.

    BUT, the flip to this is, when you type in my FTC wallet address which is 6jkohpNx6JTkib8eWEMVqqEDa7xWJALAbx (current wallet) is brings up 796QgvgEoUvdY2GjXegpKxW1CdDSvp8SKu. How in the crap can this happen?

    Thanks for all the support by the way.

    Check it out…

    https://bitinfocharts.com/feathercoin/address/6jkohpNx6JTkib8eWEMVqqEDa7xWJALAbx << see my current address in the URL and it pulls up that other address.

  • Regular Member | Tip Time2Shine


  • | Tip kris_davison

    I noticed this too and I’m not sure why its doing that. But it looks like bitinfocharts is on a fork of the block chain anyway try http://explorer.Feathercoin.com for the real chain. 🙂

  • Moderators | Tip Wellenreiter

    There is at least one other post here on the forum describing the same problem.

    My personal guess is, that the explorere at bitcoininfocharts has not been upgraded to use neoscrypt, so that the wallet address is not decoded correctly.

  • Moderators | Tip Wellenreiter

    I also recommend to update to as soon as possible.

    The Linux versions on the FTC main page are already updated, the new version for windows will be available soon

  • Regular Member | Tip Time2Shine

    So does this mean the coins that I transferred are goin?

  • Moderators | Tip Wellenreiter

    So does this mean the coins that I transferred are goin?

    not necessarily.

    if you can find the transaction in the blockchain with the official feathercoin explorer and the to address is correct the coins should arrive sometimes.

    If the exchange server you sent the coins from has been on the old hashing algorithm at the time of sending, there is a big chance the the coins are gone or at least it will last a very long time until the coins come back on that exchange.

    The reason for this is, that some clients are still not updated and your coins may be in the wrong branch of the blockchain. If that branch becomes invalidated, the transaction will be reversed and the coins will be on the exchange again.

  • Regular Member | Tip Time2Shine

    So what should I do to get the coins back?

  • | Tip kris_davison

    Which exchange was it? You could raise a ticket and say the tx never appeared! (Maybe also mention about the updated wallet and fork to NeoScrypt)

  • Regular Member | Tip Time2Shine

    I did. They are basically saying they are looking in to it.

    CoinMKT.com is the exchange. I will email them again and see what they say.

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