It might. CRO did. My investment with crypto.com doubled to 6 figures but it’s locked up for another 4 months.
Bitcoin chart looks like its going to explode higher. 1/2 mil to 1 million and higher.
Little late with the response; noted.
So much for leaving well enough alone.
You're responding to a personal attack.
But I don't think you realized that.
"and inability to figure this out."
Finally came in as one single transfer transaction (not two as were separately created) after 11 days and 9 days.
I call them TickeMassah. Same service, yet fees vary higher or lower solely depending upon price. They track, control, ream; total fascist organization from the top.
Yeah, that's about how it works, thanks to "transactional fees".
Kind of a Ticketbastard approach. The higher the amount, the higher the unnecessary fees.
Lesser amounts are further down the line for that reason.
I've been waiting 8 days, and 6 days, on two small coin number transactions. It appears if a sizable coin transaction is made then the order is prcessed and confirmed quickly. It appears that low quantity coin transactions are given low to no priority.
I've been waiting 4 days for my plus1 coins to confirm on southxchange
You already have a wallet. iHub created one for you. Your iHub wallet holds your Plus1 Coins. And if you don't want your coins, or you don't want to yourself create yet another wallet offsite from iHub to which you could transfer your Plus1Coins, and if you want to donate your Plus1Coins, you can donate/give them to me, into my offsite wallet. I find these Plus1Coins fun, and I get to further develop usage understanding and nuances of crypto coins, and specifically of Plus1Coins.
My Plus1Coin wallet to donate/give Plus1 Coins to is: PGpTiFS2rTGBaLHyh57nvcwM73nCrod2RW
You would go to your iHub Plus1Coin wallet (link to which is located as a link within and on your iHub Settings page; link to Settings page is located in the uppermost right corner of near every of your account logged-in iHub pages, or board pages, etc, with your small profile image in a circle), you then copy/paste my Plus1Coin wallet address into the "Withdraw your coins" address entry field, and enter the quantity of your Plus1Coins you wish to donate as a withdrawal from your Plus1 wallet, which as both steps should make the blue "Withdraw" button live and clickable, then, you click the blue "Withdraw" button.
The next following Withdrawal confirmation page requests you solve the basic Recaptcha puzzle, once solved (select all images with bicycles, or cars, or traffic lights, etc.) you then simply confirm your withdrawal request, and you're done.
Your Plus1 Coins will be subtracted as withdrawn from your iHub Plus1 wallet. That's it.
If you do, thank you.
Interestingly enough, Bitcoin SV is being discontinued and dropped after multiple 51% attacks. It is a mostly failed coin.
This is what bothers me. Plusonecoin, blockchain, Advfn or IHub did nothing to prevent or reverse this malicious attack against plusonecoin. Bitcoin SV regained control and corrected the malicious attack.
The "entity" involved here with Plus1 simply decided to ignore facts.
"A fork of Bitcoin, known as Bitcoin SV, has for the third time in three months suffered a blockchain reorganization (51%) attack. With a call to all stakeholders to mark the malicious network branch as invalid, Bitcoin SV (BSV) developers say the attacks have been repelled and all fraudulent chains identified."
It's beginning to appear that way.
Sounds about right
I think mine took four days with no contact to iHub.
That's kinda what I said. He does have a wallet, it's on iHub (for now).
You do need a wallet, it's implicit on iHub and doesn't ever change.
It took me 3-5 days. I also added additional nodes so it would finish quicker
Lol. Crypto may not have been the best choice due to the problems with wallets, transfers, delays and inability to figure this out.
You don't need a wallet to send them to someone else from iHub. When you make the withdrawal it goes from iHub to that other wallet.
If you want the coins, you must have a wallet, either at iHub (apparently soon to be extinct) or somewhere else.
Follow up...while it appears there is a background service running, it is not keeping the chain up to date.
I opened the wallet program this morning and it is 3 days behind on transactions....
let me put this simply. i don't want a fucking wallet.
If you don't want to withdraw them to your own wallet and want to donate them just withdraw them to a friend's wallet. Here's a wallet to send them to:
i don't want my plus1 coins. the software won't allow me to give them to someone else so i then tried to donate them to the community faucet. that doesn't work either. so i looked at recent donations to the faucet to see if there was a trick. turns out that none of the recent donations come from individual posters, they come from seemingly random advfn pages. anybody know anything?
I once asked a fast food restaurant to bum me a burger because I was hungry.
Maybe the cost was asking but there are some kind people in this world.
That has to do with the withdrawal of coins. It was broken a few times and coins were not being processed. Also, the plusonecoin node servers were not responding (were offline for some reason).
They appear to have fixed this.
The algo itself, plusonecoin, is still susceptible to 51% hijacks.
In fact, most coins are. The hash rate is 100Mh/s right now according to blockchain.plusonecoin.org.
My two high end graphic machines can probably hit 5Gh/s. That would be more than enough to overtake this HMQ1725 coin.
The hackers took it from 400Mh/s to 3-5Th/s!!!
That is impressive, meaning they either have a data mining center or a giant botnet.
The new problem is nobody is mining coins. I moved some to southxchange and while it sent, it has not been confirmed. Why? It can only be confirmed after a mining reward which then records the confirmation in the transaction log of the plusonecoin blockchain.
"I checked with guys in London, and everything seems to be working in order."
There is a huge problem here with p1 coin.
If it goes up, hackers will hijack it again.
And nobody wants to admit whose it is or what entity it's a part of or whose at fault nor did iHub mention anything about the hijack which I took pictures of.
The other issue is with snapshots and inability to transfer coins timely without a request and lack of transparency and notice given. It was all done Willy nilly as far as I can tell
Nothing is entirely "free" these days...
Time spent with endless Captcha's not confirming the boxes clicked as correct, was just one such instance....
I recall a few company faucets came with the caveat of one including their phone number, etc., prior to claiming.
Give your info to certain companies and the end result is serious spam overload, as they (some, not all) sell your information.
Everyone had to earn their coin, none for free.
Even the community faucet recapcha requires work to acquire (earn) them.
All mine transferred and hey, we got them for free.
This is additionally my concern; security.
You never know these days.
When I downloaded it, my MacBook began getting "glitchy."
One minute my coins were transferring; next day no mention and coins remained at IHub.
Could've been a mere coincidence but in this day and age I tend to err on the side of caution.
Me either. I have to investigate other 3rd party wallets yet.
No, I haven't. Not sure whether to do it or not.
The coin does indeed have a background service that is started at boot. The source code is available on the web if you'd like to look it over.
I see, but you don't know if the wallet has a process driver loaded full time every boot up. You should see a program listed in the Task Manager background services running list that you don't recognize.
Even when you shut down the front end - UI that you use, doesn't necessarily mean a app isn't running in the background monitoring in the background.
I have looked at articles about 3rd party wallets that also mine without permission. Yes, that sounds paranoid but only the people selling these programs will say you're paranoid. I didn't save stuff because this was way back when plus started and I didn't have any interest about it.
Yes, browser coin mining exists and so does covert 3rd party apps that people aren't aware they downloaded with something else. Bad people are everywhere.
I think initially you have to keep it on until the blockchain is caught up. When you shut it down it no longer monitors the chain for transfers. Every time you start it up it appears to re-sync again. I had it on for 4 days until my coins showed up. I started it on day 6 again, it did a re-sync and then I shut it off again.
Here's a question to the ihub geeks/admin only.
When I install the ihub wallet app to my computer, does it have to stay running in the background, or does it have to start and run anytime you go online in the background. Can I basically turn it off at some point and leave it off til I do something with plus1?
It's really not. Just download the app from the link. Install it. Open it and create a receive address. Copy the address. Go back to iHub's wallet page and enter your address and amount to withdraw then click withdraw. The issue is you see instant confirmation of the withdrawal at iHub but nothing for a few days at your wallet on your PC. Not sure, but I think you have to keep the app open on your PC until the block chain is updated which could take a few hours depending on how many connections there are.
-OR- you could just send them to me. lemme know if you want my address...