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vick82

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    vick82 got a reaction from WhentheBoat_ComesIn in Nice little pump   
    I like that the volume is spread .... 1.6 Billion now
     

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    vick82 got a reaction from Dinoizzy in It's about to happen   
    Useless thread starter 
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    vick82 reacted to XRPboi in It's about to happen   
    Why bother starting this thread if you aren't going to provide any detail? This seems like trolling to me, or wishful thinking at best. 
     
    Thank you for your contribution. /s
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    vick82 reacted to whiteout in Take your profit   
    I see a knees and toes forming that shows me $50 xrp 2020 I’ll post a chart then.
     
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    vick82 reacted to enrique11 in Xrp Breaks Free From BTC?   
    Chinese cryptos might turn out to be better investments in the future...it's just that  the damn Chinese government is so unpredictable, but anyway, this is an encouraging article that came out today: https://blockonomi.com/chinese-blockchain-primer/
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    vick82 reacted to enrique11 in Xrp Breaks Free From BTC?   
    They are turn-key units like the bitmain  antminers, so there's nothing to set up or build from scratch.  Would like to find a dust-free place for them more or less, so I don't have overheating issues or have to clean the miners often... Also cooling/airflow might be a possible issue since I'm in Florida. If it gets to be too big of a pain in the butt, I'll just send the units to a hosting location. Researching cryptos to me is more important than spending time mining them and maintaining that operation.
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    vick82 got a reaction from enrique11 in Xrp Breaks Free From BTC?   
    A successful startup guy I know was telling me about vechain. Got some cardano at 10 cents will ride that too... but yes i have been thinking about vechain after this huge drop... someone i met the other day keeps telling me to mine waltonchain. He spent like 30k on a mining rig full of lots of 1080 ti cards 
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    vick82 reacted to enrique11 in Xrp Breaks Free From BTC?   
    lol....not financial advice, just my opinion:
    Vechain has gone down in price. I don't hold any though...the price crash has called my attention..that's all. I haven't looked into it in depth, but it's gotten a lot of hype and it's cheap, the problem is that it acts very much like a security, very similar to the reward mechanism in NEO, another very likely security.  You are not securing the network via proof of stake..they are both consensus protocols, so you are essentially getting "dividends" for holding the crypto, so if you're in the US you might get hit harder than if you're abroad, but I'm basically a fan of supply-chain management cryptos like Vechain because that use-case lends itself well to blockchain tech; however I'm a little hesitant of Chinese-based cryptos because of Chinese government and Chinese business tactics, like those in TRON for example. I'm also a fan of storage coins because storage tech development has plateaued (tech cannot bring down costs significantly like it used to), and with the advent of the IoT, there will be a huge demand for storage.  I'm a fan of Siacoin, not the proof of work aspect though, but their developers work their @sses off relative to other cryptos' developers and relative to their smaller marketcap, and it's a "penny crypto".
    I have no idea which cryptos will do a "Ripple".  That's almost impossible to predict at this early stage.  I think Cardano has a good shot, but they are not a "penny crypto".
    I hold a decent amount of waltonchain...got lucky enough to get a guardian masternode, but I don't mine it...earnings on it could be poor because it's a B2B crypto, but of all the cryptos I've had, the team behind waltonchain has been the most generous to their early supporters, but it's definitely not a "penny crypto", so don't know why I'm talking about it - brought it up because it's a Chinese crypto with ties to Korea and their team is really supportive of their early investors.
    Here's my investment philosophy for "under one penny" cryptos: if you can somehow find a coin that's cheap enough and good enough and you can afford to get 1 million coins of that particular crypto, then every time that crypto goes up 1 cent, your crypto holdings for that particular crypto go up $10,000 in value. lol
    Sound like a corny philosophy, but I've tried to apply it on occasion when I can afford to, making sure I've tried to get a kick-@ss crypto (crypto with long-term potential - I'm a hodler, not a trader).
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    vick82 reacted to Cobalt in Codius host stopped receiving payments   
    The new self-tests in version 1.2.5 take some time to complete and there are retry mechanisms built-in so you might want to give them some time to run.
    One of the recommended ways to find out what could be wrong would be to run "systemctl restart codiusd && journalctl -f -u codiusd".
    This lets you see in the real-time what is happening in the codiusd service as it runs the various self-tests.
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    vick82 reacted to MsKat141 in Codius host stopped receiving payments   
    @vick82
    I was having some issues as well with websocket.  I edited   /etc/nginx/conf.d/codius.conf   using the instructions in
      https://medium.com/codius/codiusd-1-2-0-upgrading-and-websocket-support-42f712a0cee9   
    That didn't fix my problem at first, but I had edited it using Notepad in Filezilla, and Notepad puts everything on one line and you can't see if the code is formatted properly.  I mean you can't have 2 lines of code on one line or something which is impossible to tell in Notepad.
    Someone in Gitter taught me how to edit in shell, then I was able to separate the individual lines of code exactly how it's shown in the medium article and that did the trick.  My codius host is working now.  But to edit it in shell, I had to login into root in PuTTY then 
    vc /etc/nginx/conf.d/codius.conf
    then type i to insert and modify text 
    then ESC and type :x and press enter to save
    I hope that helps.
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    vick82 reacted to Cobalt in Codius host stopped receiving payments   
    "wsSuccess: false" means that the web-socket testing failed. You might want to check that the following lines have been added to your "/etc/nginx/conf.d/codius.conf" file (or /etc/nginx/nginx.conf if that is where you have your Codius-related block placed):
    map $http_upgrade $connection_upgrade {
         default upgrade; '' $http_connection;
    }
    Check out Nathan's tutorial for upgrading the codiusd service for detailed instructions:
    https://medium.com/codius/codiusd-1-2-0-upgrading-and-websocket-support-42f712a0cee9
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    vick82 got a reaction from Cobalt in Codius host stopped receiving payments   
    hi... had 7 contracts going yesterday.. anyway this morning its none.. so i decided  good time to upgrade my ram... but now after restarting it is showing as unreachable on the codiushosts website..  i have checked all hyperd,codiusd and moneyd-xrp are active... I can also go to my host homepage, peers and info pages ok... not sure what it would be
    edit:  did another reboot...  upon login hyperd was inavtice.. the others were all active... so i started hyperd, then restarted the others and its working again now.. thanks sorry to bother
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    vick82 reacted to Cobalt in Codius host stopped receiving payments   
    If there is no random name, it means you are using an older version of moneyd, probably version 4.0.1.
    It would be good to update your moneyd to the latest version before repeating the steps:
    "npm update -g moneyd moneyd-uplink-xrp --unsafe-perm"
    After that, you will need to run "systemctl restart moneyd-xrp".
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    vick82 reacted to Cobalt in Codius host stopped receiving payments   
    It should suffice but it wouldn't hurt to have just a tad more, say around 40 XRPs in there just to avoid insufficient fund issues with moneyd. Yes, just need to enter the same secret key when prompted. 
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    vick82 reacted to Cobalt in Codius host stopped receiving payments   
    You can use the same XRP Ledger account for multiple hosts. However do note that each host will require its own payment channel (to connect to the ILP connectors) and the 10 XRP reserve applies for new channel created. Just need to ensure that your account contains sufficient XRPs to begin with.
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    vick82 got a reaction from Pablo in Codius host stopped receiving payments   
    thanks so much for your help... I have never used anything other than windows and simple setup of kodi on ubuntu.. so no skills when it comes to this platform... but Im an xrp investor and wanted to do this even if at loss for now  just be part of it... my host says 1.74 now
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    vick82 got a reaction from Cobalt in Codius host stopped receiving payments   
    looking forward to have to upgrade my plan.. can go up to 64gb per server.... or maybe i will do multiple.. see how it goes
    edit: just looked and now after you helped me increase the ram usage  i picked up 3rd contract
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    vick82 reacted to Cobalt in Codius host stopped receiving payments   
    Kudos to you for contributing to the community in your own way! 
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    vick82 got a reaction from Cobalt in Codius host stopped receiving payments   
    thanks so much for your help... I have never used anything other than windows and simple setup of kodi on ubuntu.. so no skills when it comes to this platform... but Im an xrp investor and wanted to do this even if at loss for now  just be part of it... my host says 1.74 now
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    vick82 reacted to Cobalt in Codius host stopped receiving payments   
    Whenever any changes are made to service definition files, the command "systemctl daemon-reload" needs to be run to refresh systemctl's image of these files. You can just run "systemctl daemon-reload", followed by "systemctl restart codiusd". This applies to any other ".service" files that you may change in future.
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    vick82 got a reaction from Cobalt in Codius host stopped receiving payments   
    just got this when i did the restart of codius after adding and saving that line:  do i run what it says ?
    [root@codius ~]# systemctl restart codiusd
    Warning: codiusd.service changed on disk. Run 'systemctl daemon-reload' to reload units.
    [root@codius ~]#
     
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    vick82 got a reaction from Cobalt in Codius host stopped receiving payments   
    thanks adding that now... so i should wait for there to be no contracts running then do the plan upgrade for more ram and reboot server? 
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    vick82 got a reaction from Cobalt in Codius host stopped receiving payments   
    thanks again you are very helpful.... i am currently using a cloud server.. so far i just setup a 2gb and it shows on codiushost 1.35Gb.. i currently have 2 contracts now.. so i think that my limit now?  can i upgrade my ram and reboot to be available to host more or will that make me lose the current 2 contracts ? 
     
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    vick82 got a reaction from Cobalt in Codius host stopped receiving payments   
    oh ok thank you... also thanks for suggesting to check the status in your earlier post as i wasnt receiving any payments anymore and when i checked hyperd wasn't active anymore for some reason so i started it and now payments coming in again....  by  the way where can i see each payment i am getting ?  i noticed in my toast wallet that has gone up by 0.39 xrp... is there way to see how much and when etc?
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    vick82 got a reaction from Cobalt in Codius host stopped receiving payments   
    my host is up and it showed 1 contract after i submitted the test.. but the test came back with this after a minute:
    Pod Upload Failed
    invalid json response body at https://codius.mydomain.com/pods?duration=300 reason: Unexpected token < in JSON at position 0
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