Windows Wallet


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    Just saw that our Windows wallet links don’t work anymore, is there is someone who could compile a new one (Source Code)for some Swagbucks :cejas: ?



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    I have win wallet version v1.2.1.0-g32a928e always online



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    yes still work for me



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    Opened wallet, but can’t seem to get any connections to the network. Any help would be appreciated. Do I need to port forward 1337 or 1338? Thanks!



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    @mrjaekin said in Windows Wallet:

    Opened wallet, but can’t seem to get any connections to the network. Any help would be appreciated. Do I need to port forward 1337 or 1338? Thanks!

    create a swagbucks.conf file

    rpcuser=somerpcusername
    rpcpassword=somerandomepassword
    addnode=103.253.43.162
    addnode=104.223.1.108
    addnode=104.223.1.109
    addnode=107.181.152.20
    addnode=107.181.152.200
    addnode=107.181.152.201
    addnode=118.102.74.85
    addnode=155.254.35.114
    addnode=155.254.35.141
    addnode=155.254.35.142
    addnode=155.254.35.143
    addnode=158.69.117.137
    addnode=192.99.62.23
    addnode=45.79.169.104
    addnode=77.177.162.4
    addnode=84.200.210.86
    addnode=89.13.147.196
    addnode=91.134.233.254

    and save it to it’s place depending on your OS…

    • Windows: C:\Users\username\AppData\Roaming\SwagBucks\swagbucks.conf
    • Linux: /home/username/.swagbucks/swagbucks.conf
    • Mac OSX: /Users/username/Library/Application Support/SwagBucks/swagbucks.conf


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    @UncleSam said in Windows Wallet:

    @mrjaekin said in Windows Wallet:

    Opened wallet, but can’t seem to get any connections to the network. Any help would be appreciated. Do I need to port forward 1337 or 1338? Thanks!

    create a swagbucks.conf file

    rpcuser=somerpcusername
    rpcpassword=somerandomepassword
    addnode=103.253.43.162
    addnode=104.223.1.108
    addnode=104.223.1.109
    addnode=107.181.152.20
    addnode=107.181.152.200
    addnode=107.181.152.201
    addnode=118.102.74.85
    addnode=155.254.35.114
    addnode=155.254.35.141
    addnode=155.254.35.142
    addnode=155.254.35.143
    addnode=158.69.117.137
    addnode=192.99.62.23
    addnode=45.79.169.104
    addnode=77.177.162.4
    addnode=84.200.210.86
    addnode=89.13.147.196
    addnode=91.134.233.254

    and save it to it’s place depending on your OS…

    • Windows: C:\Users\username\AppData\Roaming\SwagBucks\swagbucks.conf
    • Linux: /home/username/.swagbucks/swagbucks.conf
    • Mac OSX: /Users/username/Library/Application Support/SwagBucks/swagbucks.conf

    Thanks! That did the trick. Just bought some on YoBit… How much do I need to start staking?



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    @mrjaekin Glad to here you got it working :mola:.

    There really is no lower limit that you can stake with, but the less you have, the longer it will take between each stake. Personally I would probably try to collect and stake about 500-1000 Swagbucks, then you will get a couple stakes each day :excited:.

    If you intended to start with a smaller number,i would recommend using poswallet.com. Its a staking pool service where users deposit their coins, the coins are then combined, then staked at a higher frequency than if the user staked their coins in a solo environment. This type of service allows for a much more consistent stake rate for the average user.



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    @UncleSam said in Windows Wallet:

    @mrjaekin Glad to here you got it working :mola:.

    There really is no lower limit that you can stake with, but the less you have, the longer it will take between each stake. Personally I would probably try to collect and stake about 500-1000 Swagbucks, then you will get a couple stakes each day :excited:.

    If you intended to start with a smaller number,i would recommend using poswallet.com. Its a staking pool service where users deposit their coins, the coins are then combined, then staked at a higher frequency than if the user staked their coins in a solo environment. This type of service allows for a much more consistent stake rate for the average user.

    Just looked into poswallet. Looks pretty nice. At the going rate, I won’t be able to invest $500-$1000, so I’ll give poswallet a whirl. Thanks!





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