FAQ’s

Source branch 1.0.0
Algorithm Quark
Block type Proof-of-Stake
Coin name REEC
Coin abbreviation REEC
Address letter E
Address letter testnet C
Block reward (PoS) 10 coins
Min. stake age 8 hours
Max. stake age Unlimited
Coinbase maturity 100 blocks
Target spacing 1 minutes
Target timespan 10 minutes
Transaction confirmations 6 blocks

Your wallet can become slow when you have lots of transactions stored in your wallet.
You can fix this by re-downloading the blockchain and and by performing a rescan.
Use the following instructions to fix your slow wallet.

Note 1: make a backup of the entire folder “%appdata%/REEC”.

1) Re-download the blockchain.

1.1) Stop your wallet.
1.2) Make a backup of the folder “%appdata%/REEC”.
1.3) Remove everything in the folder “%appdata%/REEC” except wallet.dat.
1.4) Start your wallet.
Your wallet will download the complete blockchain, this might take a while.
2) Perform a rescan.

2.1) Stop your wallet.
2.2) Start your wallet with the parameter -rescan.
E.G. REEC-qt.exe -rescan
2.3) Start your wallet.
Your wallet will check every transaction stored in your wallet, this might take a while.

The message “Incorrect or no genesis block found. Wrong datadir for network” is caused by a different blockchain with the same name.
Use the following instructions to fix this.
1) Close your wallet.
2) Make a backup of the folder “%APPDATA%\REEC\”.
3) Remove the folder “%APPDATA%\REEC\”.
4) Start your wallet

The message “x hours behind” or “out-of-sync” is triggered when the last block is mined longer ago than the block time of your coin.

E.G. Blocktime : 10 minutes, last block mined 30 minutes ago.

This message will disappear when the first or next block is mined.

BACKUP

Use the following instructions to create a backup of your wallet.
1) Close your wallet.
2) Open the folder “%APPDATA%\REEC\”.
3) Copy the file “wallet.dat” to a safe location.

RESTORE

Use the following instructions to restore a backup of your wallet.
1) Close your wallet.
2) Open the folder “%APPDATA%\REEC\”.
3) Make an (extra) backup of the file “wallet.dat”.
4) Copy the file “wallet.dat” from your original backup to the folder “%APPDATA%\REEC\”.

Use the following instructions to export the private key of an address in your wallet.

1) Open the console of your wallet.

2) Unlocking your wallet is only required when you encrypted your wallet with a password.

Unlock your wallet using the following command:

walletpassphrase yourpassword 60

Replace the text “yourpassword” with the password used to encrypt your wallet.
The number 60 is the amount of seconds your wallet is unlocked.

Example:

walletpassphrase topsecretpassword 60

3) Export your private key using the following command:

dumpprivkey yourwalletaddress

Replace the text “yourwalletaddress” with an actual wallet address.

Example:

dumpprivkey TQhPf7kn6mDvi7CQVqdktP4dBgqRkugu6s

Example output:

VZt9WMWuJF5zbTCJSuX9cwZdtuMzPhz7EkAZUFBxsvak33wg8Kvr

Use the following instructions to import the private key of an address in your wallet.

1) Open the console of your wallet.

2) Unlocking your wallet is only required when you encrypted your wallet with a password.

Unlock your wallet using the following command:

walletpassphrase yourpassword 60

Replace the text “yourpassword” with the password used to encrypt your wallet.
The number 60 is the amount of seconds your wallet is unlocked.

Example:

walletpassphrase topsecretpassword 60

3) Import your private key using the following command:

importprivkey yourprivatekey

Replace the text “yourprivatekey” with your private key.

Example:

importprivkey VZt9WMWuJF5zbTCJSuX9cwZdtuMzPhz7EkAZUFBxsvak33wg8Kvr