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  2. Hello. I turned my wallet and can not see my coin. I did not perform any operations
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  4. Coins do not arrive

    I bought $200 worth of NAV with my credit card via the website and sent it to my newly downloaded wallet. This was 10 hours ago and my NAV have still not shown up in my wallet. What has happened?
  5. Hey guys, Question. I see that in my NAV wallet i have 4 separate staking transactions for about a week now that have not fully confirmed. The message i see for each transaction is the following below . Status: 0/unconfirmed, not in memory pool, abandoned Is there anything we can do to get those staking transactions confirmed so i can get the coins, or what can we do about this? Thanks in advance! Roy
  6. Problem repairing wallet

    Hey. Thank you so much for your advice. I tried copying the wallet to my windows PC and it immediatly showed the correct amount. This morning, when i booted my NavPi it all of sudden, also showed the correct amount again. So, everything seems to be running fine now. Fingers crossed it'll stay that way.
  7. Cant buy NAV coin from site

    I've seen this problem several times on Changelly. Each time I've emailed their support team and have been advised they are having system issues. Usually within about 4 days the issue is resolved.
  8. How exactly did you fix problem? I'm suffering from the same problem...
  9. Hi, I just want to make sure I'm backing up my Wallet fully and properly. About once a week, I log into in NavPi box, I click on 'Control' and in the Security section, I click on 'Backup Wallet'. This then sends a DAT file to my local machine. Is this all I need to do, is store the DAT file safely? Can a Wallet be fully restored from this file alone? Thanks.
  10. Yesterday
  11. Download NavPi

    Hello Everyone, I am trying to download the NavPi image from the download section of the site ( https://navcoin.org/downloads/ ) None of the torrents seem to download and when I download the direct link, the download gets to 67% and then the site wants me to pay for the remainder of the download. Is there somewhere that I can get the download? Cheers, Jim
  12. Problem repairing wallet

    Before the last command, do this cd /home/stakebox Seems you may not be in that directory. In your output, I don't see the ./navcoin4. But instead, it shows .navcoin4. Maybe typo?
  13. navpi wont boot on raspberry pi 3 B?

    Have you tried booting in another image on your Pi ? This isn't an attempt to get u to setup manually, it's to validate your HW. Others have been using the same image for a while with success. My guess would be bad HW, or maybe try reformatting your SD card.
  14. Error in Electrum Wallet

    Hi guys I've created a paper wallet and sent it some NAVs. Then I imported the key (funnily it was the public key I had to import) into the Electrum wallet. Now I've tried to send some of the coins to some other address but receive following error message: https://imgur.com/a/uarfD Why is that and how can I fix it? Thanks in advance
  15. Problem repairing wallet

    Hi. I just experienced the issue where my Nav Pi showed a balance of 0, eventhough block explorer showed the correct amount in my wallet. I've tried updating to the latest version, and have tried repairing the wallet. However, I can't seem to get through the repair-proces correctly. After having stopped the proces using the command "./navcoin-4.0.6/bin/navcoin-cli -datadir=/home/stakebox/.navcoin4 stop" I then type "sudo -u www-data ./navcoin-4.0.6/bin/navcoind -datadir=/home/stakebox/.navcoin4 -zapwallettxes" and it returns: ".navcoin-4.0.6/bin/navcoind: Command not found. I've tried retyping it several times, but nothing seems to help. Any ideas would be appreciated, thank you.
  16. navpi wont boot on raspberry pi 3 B?

    Hi Matt, could you please provide a new image for Rasberry PI 3 B, we have all problems booting the Rasberry PI 3 B using your last navpi_1.0.3.img. Its a lot of work to do this manually, i mean install Rasberry Pi OS manually, install, compile all your NAV software, configure etc., we will run in lots of mistakes doing this manually and you will have more Questions to answer around this issue. Thx Malte
  17. navpi wont boot on raspberry pi 3 B?

    Hi Matt, could you please provide a new image for Rasberry PI 3 B, we have all problems booting the Rasberry PI 3 B using your last navpi_1.0.3.img. Its a lot of work to do this manually, i mean install Rasberry Pi OS manually, install, compile all your NAV software, configure etc., we will run in lots of mistakes doing this manually and you will have more Questions to answer around this issue. Thx Malte
  18. Hi, I have 1600 NavCoin in my NavCoin core wallet and I have been staking for about a week and today a new transaction appeared for the first time showing I had staked. However my homepage still showed 0.00 against all staking categories (24H, 7D, 30D). When I select transactions and select the ‘staked’ transaction it shows a status box with the status: ”Status: 0/unconfirmed, not in memory pool, abandoned”...... ”Credit: 0.69547945 NAV”. Have I successfully staked for the first time? Why does this credit not show on the 24H, 7D, 30D staking totals? Is there usually a delay for it to appear here on the homepage? many thanks to anyone who can help a novice understand things a little more. cheers
  19. How to configure Nav Pi on a different system?

    Finally got the daemon communication working But I still have some work to do to get Nav Pi working inside my Docker containers: Where is this missing file?
  20. How to configure Nav Pi on a different system?

    Looked at the ~/.navcoin4/debug.log and found this: 2017-11-18 13:25:33 libevent: getaddrinfo: address family for nodename not supported 2017-11-18 13:25:33 Binding RPC on address ::1 port 44444 failed. This might be my problem but I'm not sure why this is happening...
  21. How to configure Nav Pi on a different system?

    I was now able to communicate with the daemon but I changed the Dockerfile a bit: FROM debian:stretch-slim RUN apt-get update && apt-get install -y \ curl COPY ./navcoin-cli /usr/local/bin/ COPY ./navcoind /usr/local/bin/ CMD ["/usr/local/bin/navcoind", "-rpcuser=docker", "-rpcpassword=stakebox"] There's no more navcoin.conf and instead I passed the username/password directly. Then I ran: docker build -t navcoin-daemon-test . docker run -d navcoin-daemon-test docker container ls # annotate the container ID docker exec -it <containerID> bash navcoin-cli -rpcuser=docker -rpcpassword=stakebox getblockcount 0 I got the number "0", not sure if that's expected or if I should have received a much larger number...? After this I tried to run the whole thing (the 3 containers mentioned before) but I still get this (which I was getting before too): Warning: fopen(http://...@daemon:44444): failed to open stream: Connection refused in /home/stakebox/UI/jsonRPCClient.php on line 132 Not sure what else am I missing... The daemon hostname is defined inside the PHP container and is pointing to the daemon container IP. But for some reason it's not working. I think the issue here is not authentication, otherwise I would have got that error instead of "connection refused". This is probably some bad configuration on the Docker side... Not sure if you have any experience with that.
  22. How to configure Nav Pi on a different system?

    Thank you so much for that Well, so far I built a docker application that runs 3 containers, one for NGINX, another for PHP and the last one one for the daemon. I have the PHP somewhat running but there's a bunch of PHP errors that I'm not quite sure how to fix: The first one is this... There's no primaryNavCoinaddress.php file available in the Nav Pi repository, not sure where should I get this file from. Then I'm having issues connecting to the daemon... For instance, here's my Dockerfile for the daemon: FROM debian:stretch-slim RUN apt-get update && apt-get install -y \ curl COPY ./navcoin-cli /usr/local/bin/ COPY ./navcoind /usr/local/bin/ COPY ./navcoin.conf ~/.navcoin4/ CMD ["/usr/local/bin/navcoind"] And here's the navcoin.conf file: user=docker password=stakebox I couldn't find much information about this file's schema, are the parameter names correct? then I built and ran this container like this: docker build -t navcoin-daemon-test . docker run navcoin-daemon-test The container is now running with the daemon. Now let's try to communicate with the daemon... First login into the container with: docker container ls # annotate the container ID docker exec -it <containerID> bash navcoin-cli -rpcuser=docker -rpcpassword=stakebox getblockcount error: incorrect rpcuser or rpcpassword (authorization failed) Not sure what I'm doing wrong... As for that staking box v2 seems like everything one would need to easily install it on a different machine. We are probably not that many but I've seen other people wanting to stake NAV on their NASes . This would completely remove the need for what I'm trying to currently achieve, but it's probably something that is going to take a while, no? So if I could get this running in the meantime, that would be awesome
  23. How to configure Nav Pi on a different system?

    Hi rfgamaral, I'm the developer of the new PI version and very new to the NAV team, but will do my best. While I can't really talk to the old version I can tell you about the direction of the new version and the way the daemon works. However I will say this, I believe the older version was built specifically to run on the PI hence why I think there is pathing dedicated to the PI staking box. But I cant see why changing it locally to suit your needs wouldn't work. Daemon To run you only need navcoind. The Nav Coin daemon can be placed anywhere, you just need to get the daemon for your specific architecture and run it. The daemon does talk through JSONRPC and you will also need to setup the jsonrpc user and password in navcoin.conf under "~/home/.navcoin4/navcoin.conf" An easy way to test the daemon is running is to use navcoin-cli. For example, to get the block count use "navcoin-cli getblockcount" - this will work or throw an error. P.S navcoin-cli help will give you all the commands you can run It sounds like you are a dev so I will say you can even call the daemon through postman if you prefer. But calls will not work in the browser as the daemon does not handle options preflight calls. - team, please correct me if I'm wrong on this. Stakingbox 2.0 In keeping with Nav's philosophy of "Simplifying Cryptocurrency", the next release of the staking box software will be more generic, super simple to setup and will be wrapped up into 1 standalone web app. We are going to introduce a setup interface as well as moving to a Go server over the current PHP and Apache setup. Hopefully, this will all culminate in an official NAV multi stage docker build that will pull and compile the required repos. As you know this will allow people to run a staking box on their PI or any other intended hardware they want to be a "Staking Box". As for Angular ngX vs React that's a bias battle that is too big for this forum and possibly the universe
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  25. Website to track owned NavCoins and other coins

    Yes, submitting buy price in BTC or some other currency. The most asked question! As you mentioned you would have to submit not only buy price (eg. 0.1BTC) but also exchange rate (eg. 1BTC = $7000). It somehow feels easier just provide link to a calculator and let users convert it to USD. And let them submit it in the USD. Second reason is, that I'm preferring giving users full control. Let them submit price eg. $321.00, instead of calculating it by myself, rounding it and coming up for example with $320.95. And they would be powerless to change it. On the other hand the is the most asked question. I'm not fan of changing it, but I have to respect that. For this reason it's on the TODO list and we will look into that in the future. Thank you!
  26. Navpi account balance not showing staked coins

    Hi chrisl, Sorry for the delayed response, but I don't think I have an answer for you given what you have provided. Can you explain your issue more clearly please. I don't have my NavPi setup yet, so screenshots would go a long way. If the issue is that the displayed balance does not match what the blockchain is showing, then a repair wallet should resolve this. However, re-installing the NavPi image would negate the need for this as that process accomplishes what the repair wallet does and a whole lot more. Thanks, Bocyaj.
  27. How to configure Nav Pi on a different system?

    Yes, it runs some flavor of Linux (probably something custom). But I'm actually thinking of doing this as a Docker container so I can share it everyone else that might be interested in doing the same thing as me. I'm actually challenging myself with this so I have an excuse to learn Docker I didn't want to open up an issue on GitHub and populate that repo with a bunch of questions only. And I actually though the devs lurked around in these forums so I decided to ask my questions here. As far as I could see, the UI interacts with the daemon through JSONRPC over HTTP, but I couldn't make it work. Maybe something wrong with my Docker configuration or maybe I'm just not in the right path. Anyway, I couldn't see any references to navcoin-cli on the Nav Pi repository. That's interesting... I wonder why they picked Angular and not React, I personally think it would be a better choice, but that's just my biased opinion. Nonetheless, that's in early development and may take a while until it's ready. But if I could give any sort of feedback to that team it would be for them to make this as standalone web app, not dependent on the Pi so one could install it easily on any other Linux machines. Provided we are given instructions to install any other dependencies like navcoin's daemon, CLI or whatever. Thanks for your reply, you seem to be the only user real active around here
  28. Error while starting the programm

    Glad to hear Preron, congrats!
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