35 days staking, no rewards. (ubuntu)



  • what am i doing wrong? and i've been noticing my expectedtime goes up everytime i check. any advice is appreciated

    qtum-cli getstakinginfo
    {
    "enabled": true,
    "staking": true,
    "errors": "",
    "currentblocktx": 0,
    "pooledtx": 2,
    "difficulty": 4453776.311875172,
    "search-interval": 2725356,
    "weight": 25998006800,
    "netstakeweight": 1258498264766724,
    "expectedtime": 6196158
    }

    qtum-cli getwalletinfo
    {
    "walletname": "xxxxxx.dat",
    "walletversion": 159900,
    "balance": 259.98006800,
    "stake": 0.00000000,
    "unconfirmed_balance": 0.00000000,
    "immature_balance": 0.00000000,
    "txcount": 2,
    "keypoololdest": 1542788718,
    "keypoolsize": 1000,
    "keypoolsize_hd_internal": 1000,
    "unlocked_until": 1642848727,
    "paytxfee": 0.00000000,



  • @metakong said in 35 days staking, no rewards. (ubuntu):

    25998006800

    Hello metakong,

    With Qtum Proof of Stake you get to learn about randomness, probability and patience. According to the Stake Calculator (https://qtum.info/misc/stake-calculator) the “expected time” to a block reward staking 260 QTUM is about 80 days.

    Because of random variation in the Qtum lottery process (SHA-256 hash algorithm), the block reward could come well before or well after 80 days. Community members have reported up to 8 times the “expected time”, which would be 1.8 years for your wallet. On average over many block rewards it would average 80 days.

    Your data looks correct for staking. One more thing you could check is your computer clock, to make sure it is close to Qtum network time. Try the “getnetworkinfo” command and look for “timeoffset” to be zero or a few seconds.

    Also note that "expected time" depends only on your wallet weight vs. network weight (the estimate of overall network staking, which can change). It does not count down like Proof of Stake pool mining.

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