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    Peter (bitfly)
    should be working now
    the reason was the "-" character in the vote option
    Awesome, thanks! Will avoid special characters in the future lol
    Paul Nguyen
    Peter (bitfly)

    hello how do I resume my ETHs that are in your mining my email dollarbux82@gmail.com




    TxReceipt Status:


    Block Height:

    6572787 (138174 Block Confirmations)


    22 days 15 hrs ago (Oct-24-2018 04:50:17 AM +UTC)






    1.814674640480022309 Ether

    Gas Limit:


    Gas Used By Transaction:

    21000 (100%)

    Gas Price:

    0.000000008 Ether (8 Gwei)

    Actual Tx Cost/Fee:

    0.000168 Ether ($0.03)

    Nonce & {Position}:

    76685 | {24

    rivorei i miei ETH grazie ecco il mio indirizo

    ETH : 0x24D5a3f46bC21BBBF7BE5e10f1548c155B5B4542

    or all the evidence that passed me spectrocoin that these tokens are mine

    I want them back thanks

    Noel Maersk
    @ppratscher Does ethernodes count every instance of nodes acting like an eclipse attacker (or a different network monitor)?.. See https://github.com/ethereum/trinity/issues/118#issuecomment-452099446 for examples. (Sort by "Last Seen": it does seem quite periodic, every 15 minutes to a couple hours.)
    Or is every IP address only counted once?..
    Peter (bitfly)
    There are some Ethereum implementations that use a new enode id every time they are started. That is why we only count one node per ip
    Noel Maersk
    OK, great! Do you happen to remember which implementations do this?.. From the bunch I've looked at, they were all geths.
    Peter (bitfly)
    EthereumJ did that, not sure if it is still doing it now
    Blocking just by enode is definitely too loose, I would recommend to block by ip
    Noel Maersk
    That's what I'm doing ATM. Thanks again!
    Noel Maersk
    Does https://www.etherchain.org/charts/progpow have a "time step" by which it's updating the data?.. If not, then it's "stuck", because it's currently displaying block 7204036 as latest.
    Noel Maersk
    Never mind, it's working now.
    Peter (bitfly)
    It is updated once per hour
    Noel Maersk
    It "would be interesting" to also see historic development of this, a-la the miner evolution chart. Luckily, the data can be populated "retroactively", since it's on-chain... Especially if anything other than PPYE shows up.
    Hi Wondering how we can get a check mark beside our pool address💰 on etherchain
    we are ethashpool.com ethereum mining pool
    Can you please update token image, here is a link for the logo
    Bumble Bie
    Peter (bitfly)
    Hey guys! I've got a contract that uses a pretty unconventional approach to deploy other contracts, and was itself deployed using that same kind of deployment, and was wondering if you could help out
    Code verification has proved very challenging, as the bytecode used to deploy is fixed, but the resultant runtime code changes
    So the bytecode supplied during verification won't match the contract deployment code, but instead will match the code contained in the runtime of a separate "runtime storage" contract that the deploying contract delegatecalls into during contract construction
    Think you'd be able to help out with getting the code verified? Here's more information on the contract address, code, including address, deployment procedure, etc. https://github.com/0age/HomeWork
    Also happy to submit an issue or work on a PR with you guys if there's a repo for it
    Peter (bitfly)
    Hello, I don't think we currently support verifying such contracts
    will have a look if we are able to integrate it
    rohit soni
    i use https://www.etherchain.org/ extensively and saw a issue that recent ethereum pending tx are not being shown for accounts on block explorer .. only txs pending since 17 days are seen for now.. any support for this issue?
    Peter (bitfly)
    hi, we had to temp disable the pending tx feature for performance reasons. we have re-enabled it again now, sorry for the inconvenience
    Coburn Berry
    you guys aware that the gas api is down? all 0's https://www.etherchain.org/tools/gasPriceOracle
    Peter (bitfly)
    Thanks, we are working on it
    Noel Maersk

    Regarding https://ethernodes.org/istanbul and Istanbul-ready versions: Trinity v0.1.0-alpha.30 had a consensus issue, v0.1.0-alpha.31 is the one actually Istanbul-ready.


    Peter (bitfly)
    thanks will update!
    Jason Carver
    Peter (bitfly)
    already fixed, soory for the confusion!
    Bijay Bhuyan
    Hello sir
    Hi gobitfly
    Nick Mudge
    Hello, does etherchain.org have an API for fetching the verified source code of a contract? how about fetching the abi of a contract?
    what is the point to do the development on the system sir lbry
    I am trying to verify my contract source on Etherchain. When I click the dropdown to select compiler version no options appear. Specifically trying to verify https://etherchain.org/tools/verifyContract?address=eeee2a622330e6d2036691e983dee87330588603
    Tried both chrome and ff