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Re: [ANN] [STEEM] Introducing Steem, Looking for Witnesses / Miners
« Reply #165 on: April 23, 2016, 05:05:46 pm »
Steem witness xeldal and seed node updated to latest master.

"steem_revision": "3bb37ad275d35f1cb9181beb0d8773fb137e023a"


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Re: [ANN] [STEEM] Introducing Steem, Looking for Witnesses / Miners
« Reply #166 on: April 23, 2016, 06:45:04 pm »
Updated AGAIN...
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Re: [ANN] [STEEM] Introducing Steem, Looking for Witnesses / Miners
« Reply #167 on: April 23, 2016, 07:40:34 pm »
Seed and Witness nodes have been updated to the latest code on "git checkout master"

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« Reply #168 on: April 24, 2016, 02:44:45 am »
witness wackou and seed node updated to latest master
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« Reply #169 on: April 24, 2016, 03:27:13 am »
DataSecurityNode witness updated with the latest version and upgraded to new dedicated server.

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Re: [ANN] [STEEM] Introducing Steem, Looking for Witnesses / Miners
« Reply #170 on: April 24, 2016, 04:24:21 am »
Witness: liondani and seed node (based in Switzerland & Germany) are updated to the latest STEEM release.

I am running the following witness node:

  • Witness Name: liondani
  • Witness Node IP: CONFIDENTIAL
  • Seed Node IP & Port: 212.117.213.163:2016

I can scale up all seed node and witness resources on demand in real time very quick.

witness node located in Germany:
CPU: six cores, 30 GB RAM, 2000 GB disk space, SSD boost, UNLIMITED traffic

seed node located in Switzerland:
CPU: four cores, 8 GB RAM, 2000 GB disk space, SSD, UNLIMITED traffic


About me:

Member of the bitshares community from the early days
Delegate on bts1
Seed nodes running for bts1,bts2
Worker delegate and support for bts Developer James Calfee

and so it begun...
https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php/topic,6406.0.html


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vote_for_witness youraccountname liondani  true true

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Re: [ANN] [STEEM] Introducing Steem, Looking for Witnesses / Miners
« Reply #171 on: April 24, 2016, 09:36:32 pm »
Hi all-

I have set up a witness node located in Los Angeles, California that includes DDOS protection, automatic backups, and can easily be scaled up to meet the needs of the network.
Being one of the top public VEST holders, I am committed to providing long-term support to the STEEM network and am fortunate enough to have plenty of time to react to updates and other situations as needed. Additional plans to support STEEM will be announced shortly.

Account: nextgencrypto
Seed URL: http://steemwitness.com:2001

To vote in support of my witness, please use the following command: vote_for_witness youraccount nextgencrypto true true

Thank you in advance for your support!

Everything's up and running smoothly after the update last night!  I'm in for the long haul and would appreciate the communities support!

To vote in support of my witness, please use the following command: vote_for_witness youraccount nextgencrypto true true

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Re: [ANN] [STEEM] Introducing Steem, Looking for Witnesses / Miners
« Reply #172 on: April 27, 2016, 07:55:51 am »
Why didn't my evil twins tell me Steem was a social media platform, sooner? Is this forum even relevant any longer? Why am I still here?

Update : Question ... how can us morons who use Windows vest more STEEM (after the 100 for account registration) without creating another account for 100 OPEN.STEEM?  Say I want to Vest 200 STEEM (using OPEN.STEEM), what are my options as a Windows user?

Answer: You upgrade to the latest BitShares wallet and withdraw OPEN.STEEM, then on steemit.com move it to vesting balance.
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Re: [ANN] [STEEM] Introducing Steem, Looking for Witnesses / Miners
« Reply #174 on: May 06, 2016, 03:18:56 am »
Hey [member=120]xeroc[/member] [member=5]bytemaster[/member]

I think I just really messed up. Is there any way to recover a password on Steemit? 

I setup an account for someone else and before I transfer it to them I wanted to change the password from it being the private key to the BitShares account I created the Steem account with. The problem is, I was using KeyPass to keep track of these passwords and it clears the clipboard after 12 seconds. I still had the private key as the main "Password" in KeyPass and was setting up a new stored field for the new password which I generated from elsewhere within KeyPass and thought I had pasted it and clicked OK. It turns out, it did not paste and the field is empty and I have already updated the "Owner" password with it on Steemit and now cannot login to the account.

Is there anything I can do?  Thanks!

I can't believe I did that. I've been very good about passwords in my online history and I'm pretty sure this is the first time I've boneheaded my way out of access to an account. I even had the new password pasted into a text file, but closed and did not save because I thought I had it saved in KeyPass prior to that. I really feel stupid at this point, but I will never be sure I've saved a password again unless I see it saved. lesson learned. :(

If nothing else, since this was just setup and I've yet to email Mr. Carreras, I guess I can just redo it all under a new account, but any funds going to the current post will be lost forever I presume, so I need to know pretty fast before others upvote that post so I can make a new one and prevent funds needlessly going to an account that no one can access.
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Re: [ANN] [STEEM] Introducing Steem, Looking for Witnesses / Miners
« Reply #175 on: May 06, 2016, 05:19:25 am »
what's the account name?
Since the steemit.com webpage is not open source, I can't really tell what it is doing in that case .. maybe [member=12639]valzav[/member] can help
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Re: [ANN] [STEEM] Introducing Steem, Looking for Witnesses / Miners
« Reply #176 on: May 06, 2016, 05:56:07 am »
what's the account name?
Since the steemit.com webpage is not open source, I can't really tell what it is doing in that case .. maybe [member=12639]valzav[/member] can help

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Re: [ANN] [STEEM] Introducing Steem, Looking for Witnesses / Miners
« Reply #177 on: May 06, 2016, 06:02:55 am »
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The blockchain doesn't show any transactions for that account which means that its private keys has not been updated.
You still have the old keys? Maybe in a backup of your password manager?
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Re: [ANN] [STEEM] Introducing Steem, Looking for Witnesses / Miners
« Reply #178 on: May 06, 2016, 06:10:34 am »
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The blockchain doesn't show any transactions for that account which means that its private keys has not been updated.
You still have the old keys? Maybe in a backup of your password manager?

Ya I have the BTS private key that the account was setup with.

I just don't have a way to do anything with it since I'm on Windows. I've tried logging in with it on Steemit, but it says the password is incorrect, since I updated it there.

I will gladly pay you something, upvotes or STEEM, if you can reset this password with the original BTS private key. Just let me know where to send the key.

Thanks for the help.
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Re: [ANN] [STEEM] Introducing Steem, Looking for Witnesses / Miners
« Reply #179 on: May 08, 2016, 06:38:37 pm »
genis-carreras
The blockchain doesn't show any transactions for that account which means that its private keys has not been updated.
You still have the old keys? Maybe in a backup of your password manager?

Ya I have the BTS private key that the account was setup with.

I just don't have a way to do anything with it since I'm on Windows. I've tried logging in with it on Steemit, but it says the password is incorrect, since I updated it there.

I will gladly pay you something, upvotes or STEEM, if you can reset this password with the original BTS private key. Just let me know where to send the key.

Thanks for the help.
hey Tuck.  If you had the password entered into a text document it might have been cached on your hdd.  I know that many of the text editor programs I use will save an auto backup under a different name until the real document is saved or closed.  I would check the specifics of whatever program you used.  Check whatever directory it would have saved a backup to.  If there is no backup present run recovery software on that hdd and see if it can find one.
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