@mr.x I'm going to erase the message since I see that the irony has not been understood, I thought it would be understood after saying above that everything works correctly for me and that I'm an idiot
Is this wallet just corrupt/dead? Been going at it for almost two days just trying to download the local wallet and get the blockchain synced again (because my current one stopped working).
Virus warnings, freezing, remove re-download, blockchain won't completely load...freezing re-download. Online portion of the wallet doesn't work. Should we not use this wallet (from this site 0.3.9.7)? I've used this wallet for the last 8 months and have never had these kind of problems.
Don't mean to complain or "blame" anyone... but also seems like a major problem if a new person can't come to this site and easily open a wallet?
@burst1 they do work correctly, but browser caches are screwing things up. Chrome's cache flush won't clear the issue - login using Incognito mode. For firefox a cache clear should work. This is a browser issue, not a site issue.
When will this end..........when we have a second layer of wallet security. 4pin code such as the ones in a MPOS mining pool. Doesn't the android wallet have that.
Lets take the time to update everyone wallet to the latest with additional security features.
Yes it is, the current wallet we use today was based on NXT 1.2.X, were forking up to 1.11.X, it's got cool features and tech advancements. If we were to changes other aspects it would require a hard fork and most likely a complete replot of all drives... ew...
Just for fun, here's a screengrab of a Burst blockchain visualization tool I've been working on for a while. This was taken at about 1:37 PM today, EST when the blockchain was at height 345292. The huge mass of 818 transactions at the right side are ones still waiting to be placed in a block. Just imagine that last night, there were 16x as many.
Just checked and there are still about 800 transactions waiting, unconfirmed in memory.
Burst is absolutely not ready for primetime if one person can pay 30,000 Burst and disrupt the network for a day. :(
So the question then becomes...is there a "fix" available so BURST will be ready for primetime?
Stuff like this (the rain test) make me very worried/disappointed.
@caligiuri I think you did mistake in calculations^^
For 20k you can get 667TBs at 30$ per TB (Probably could get better price for buying this much?)
with 667TBs reward for mining would be approximately 1'035'218 Burst. Also you would need powerful computer to plot and run it. if Burst price won't get higher (I'm almost certain it will) it would take you about 3 years to ROI (block reward decreses each month and diff increases).
All in all I would recommend investing around 20% in hdds, freeze 30% in burst and buy assets for rest^^
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