Hello Molurus, you can edit the configuration file "qtum.conf" directly in your Qtum data directory, which is %appdata%/qtum on Windows (press Windows Key - R and enter %appdata%/qtum). You can use Notepad to create a text file in that directory, then rename that text file as "qtum.conf". Hope that helps.
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RE: Configuration File error > Node Program
RE: Good luck with the project!
@benitamxmx welcome and thanks for joining. QTUM coins can only be traded on exchanges. There is a long list of choices on coinmarketcap https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/qtum/markets/
RE: Lost Funds
Hello Qtumthai, a few things to suggest.
QRC20 tokens are tied to a specific Qtum address. Unless you restore that Qtum address in a wallet, you won't see any balance (QTUM or QRC20 tokens). When entering seed words to restore a wallet, make sure you are using lower case letters (NEVER CAPITAL LETTERS) and make sure there is only a single blank space between the words and no trailing blank space after the last seed word.
You can also try restoring your mobile wallet on the Qtum Web wallet at https://qtumwallet.org/. Use the option "Restore from Mobile Wallet".
Otherwise, we don't support the Qbao wallet and as for whether Qbao had a swap or something, check on their Telegram at https://t.me/QbaofoundationEn
RE: Core Wallet not syncing
@me On the Mac, use Cmd - Shift - . (dot) to see hidden files in Finder. Or you can use the EasyFind application set to show Invisible Files & Folders. The easiest way to delete the local blockchain is by using File - Restore Wallet - delete blockchain data - and then restarting (on Qtum-Qt).
RE: Core Wallet not syncing
Hello me. We have 24/7 (for the most part) available on Telegram at https://t.me/qtumofficial, if you can reach Telegram.
Here are some things to check:
Make sure you are using the latest version 0.18.1.
Does your wallet have any peer connections? Go to Window - Peers, or getpeerinfo.
If there are no peers use the addnode command to request one with this command:
addnode qtum5.dynu.net:3888 add
- If you have peer connections but the blockchain sync gets stuck in one place and restarting the wallet doesn't help, then exit the wallet, delete the local copy of the blockchain (in the Qtum data directory delete the folders blocks, chainstate and stateQtum) then restart the wallet to resync the whole blockchain.
Please let me know if this works or if you have more questions.
RE: Missed the Hard fork, my wallet wasn't updated,
@hatatitla Check the receiving address of your updated wallet. Usually the "wallet.dat" file doesn't change for an update and your old address will be there. It is best practice to make a fresh backup of the wallet (make a copy of the "wallet.dat" file off to a USB thumb drive) before any updates, so if you haven't done that please make a backup of the wallet now, and again after you complete the zapping process.
Qtum Android Mobile Wallet
Qtum Wallet, as a professional and secure mobile wallet, allows users to manage their assets on the Qtum blockchain and view digital assets and transaction records in real time. Qtum Wallet supports QTUM and various kinds of QRC20 tokens in the Qtum ecosystem, including QC, QBT, HPY, BOT, INK and other tokens. Based on the functionality of the old version, this new Qtum Wallet is more simple and beautiful in design and interaction, it optimizes the transaction process, to let you send and receive your digital assets freely.
Qtum Mainnet Hard Fork Results
The Qtum Mainnet blockchain completed its first-ever hard fork at block 466,600 on October 17, 2019, at 3:21:20 GMT. The hard fork ran smoothly, as expected, given extensive testing, and the identical hard fork on the Qtum Testnet blockchain on September 20, 2019. After five days of stable operation, the results in block spacing improvements from QIP-9 (Qtum Improvement Proposal #9) can be observed.