Thanks Anton, I knew it would be a long ride… I’ll wait till you’ve got it all sorted out. Cheers Guy
it has been too long since wallet is not working now
It has been taking quite long in the eyes of the community. I understand.
Like explained, this technology is all new and constantly evolving. Since we don’t get paid as volunteers (because we didn’t conduct an ICO) it takes longer. We have our own jobs and families that need our attention.
While many top cryptocurrencies are backed by tens or even hundreds of millions of USD they still for instance become victim to 51% attacks (Ethereum Classic, Bitcoin Gold, and many more) losing millions of USD worth of crypto from holders. Something extremely unlikely to happen to Auxilium.
In short: all cryptocurrencies have issues at some point. Some more harmful than others. We’re aiming to maintain a more secure innovative blockchain and network. This takes time. Innovation with less security risk instead of a fast not innovative ICO with high security risk.
Thanks for your patience.
We’ve updated our network and so wallet syncing should now be back online.
Please would a few people test their Auxilium wallet and report back with details of sync status and number of peers connected.
Chaps, how do I overcome this wallet issue please…when opening wallet I get this pop up message…’could not connect to node node type: geth network: main platform: win32 (architecture ia32)’
It could be your wallet is a little bit confused, looking in the wrong place and therefore has some problems finding a connection. Could be because of our previous maintenance. To help the wallet a bit you can close your wallet, delete the Geth folder (%appdata%\Auxilium\Geth), and restart the wallet.
I want to transfer Aux from my windows desktop wallet to mercatox, but it’s asking for password and I don’t remember if I have put any password in it… how to retrieve the password …?
Hello @kamal5117 Kamal.
When creating a new account (AUX address) in the wallet you are required to first of all type a password and then also repeat the same password to verify. The account is then created.
You are the only one who has the password. That is a decentralised aspect: the passwords are not stored. Users have full control and responsibility over their funds.
I hope you can find the password somewhere. Maybe it’s the same as you use for other accounts?
is there any way to retrieve like in other sites… clicking on “forget password” the password is sent on the mail…
Thanks It’s done…
Good you fixed it. The whole reason why passwords are not saved on a server for instance is that a server could be hacked, and your keystore password could be stolen. The good thing about the blockchain is that people are the only ones holding their keys/passwords. I would recommend to store your passwords on a password protected hardware drive that you can keep safe in your home, or other place for safekeeping. Just to be sure you never forget the access to your account.