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Offline Miner9r

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Re: BitShares EOS (BEOS) Launches - Get Yours
« Reply #75 on: June 24, 2019, 05:21:42 pm »
Any situation update?  As of Monday June 24,  around 10a Pacific Time,  I have not received any BEOS nor RAM rainfall in the last 24+ hours since Sunday.  And my amount over the prior 24 hours before that, on a spot check on Sunday was way down, so it appears to have stopped crediting some time on Saturday June 22, as noted above. 

There is supposed to be another about 14 days of Beos Rainfall,  plus the RAM continuing another year+.

The block explorer at https://explore.beos.world/blocks currently shows
14363077    Jun 24, 2019, 10:11:40.000 AM    beos.prodo    0

which is current time, so it seems blocks are produced, but there's no rainfall credits ?

No change or activity to wallet or network on my end, so far as I know. My network is up.  I restarted the BEOS wallet just to be sure, and it's still frozen at the same BEOS/RAM amount, for 1.5 days now.

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Re: BitShares EOS (BEOS) Launches - Get Yours
« Reply #76 on: June 25, 2019, 10:42:46 pm »
It has apparently resumed crediting, as of about 3:30am Tuesday June 25 Pacific Time, by my estimation.

So there was a gap of about 2.5 days. Out of the 89 day distribution, that is about 2.8% of the Beos total rainfall missing. What has happened to those coins?  Are they burned/disappeared/lost, and thus subtracted from the total distribution?

Or will they be backcredited somehow, included in the remaining days, or the rainfall period extended?

Has the cause/situation for the lapse been identified?

Incidentally, there was a major systemwide "general internet outage" across many sites, reported as of Monday morning.  It seems plausible it may have started earlier on the weekend, and was perhaps a factor in this Beos disruption (?)
  https://www.yahoo.com/news/no-not-just-half-internet-125115356.html
  "Half of the internet is down, including Google, Amazon, and Reddit"

Is there any news from the discussion group at Telegram https://t.me/officialbeos ?
An account is needed to read over there.


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Re: BitShares EOS (BEOS) Launches - Get Yours
« Reply #77 on: June 25, 2019, 11:27:22 pm »
Who controls the BPs for BEOS?

Beware things that only have one controller...
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Re: BitShares EOS (BEOS) Launches - Get Yours
« Reply #78 on: June 26, 2019, 08:42:40 pm »
Who controls the BPs for BEOS?

During rainfall there are several nodes/bps that are under the BLCA control, after rainfall the BP's will be elected by BEOS holders from a BP pool that has been vetted by the BLCA.

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Re: BitShares EOS (BEOS) Launches - Get Yours
« Reply #79 on: June 29, 2019, 01:59:18 pm »

So there was a gap of about 2.5 days. Out of the 89 day distribution, that is about 2.8% of the Beos total rainfall missing. What has happened to those coins?  Are they burned/disappeared/lost, and thus subtracted from the total distribution?

Or will they be backcredited somehow, included in the remaining days, or the rainfall period extended?

Has the cause/situation for the lapse been identified?

Bump.  Any update on my questions:  Where did the missing coins go?  Will the rainfall period be extended to compensate?