Setting up your Miacoin wallet


Download & install the MIACOIN client

First, you will need to download the latest MIAC client. Once you have downloaded the client, you'll have a few hours of syncing to catch up with the network block history. The time to complete this step will vary based on internet connection speed, and computer processing speed. This step is required in order to start sending/receiving payments, as well as mining. Once you have downloaded, installed, and synced the client, it will look like the image below without recent transactions.

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Verify that the MIAC client is synced

To verify that your client is syncing with the network, make sure the qt-client is displaying the status bar. This will appear at the bottom of the MIAC client window, and will look like the image below.

If you have some problem with connections like 0 connections on the right down your wallet:
create a text file and copy and paste:

rpcuser=rpc_miacoin
rpcpassword=my_password
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
listen=1
server=1
txindex=1
addnode=94.177.188.82
addnode=80.211.189.203
addnode=109.235.105.48
addnode=123.153.112.153
addnode=miac.overemo.com

...more node

miacoin.conf

Save as miacoin.conf and put it on the folder Miacoin.
* ( For windows) C:\Users\yourusername\AppData\Roaming\Miacoin
* ( For MacOS) ~/Library/Application Support/Miacoin

like thise:

Close the wallet and open again. * For MacOS it's the same!

The amount of block history downloaded should surpass 50,000 blocks. Once you see the green check appear at the bottom right hand of your MIAC client, you are now fully synced. To avoid long sync times in the future, please open your MIAC client often. You can close your MIAC client after the sync is complete.

Congratulations! You have just set up your MIAC wallet. Now it's time to secure your MIAC wallet. This step is highly recommended to prevent your coins from being spent if someone should get your wallet.dat file.

Encrypt & backup your MIAC wallet

Securing your MIAC wallet is very easy. First, you will need to encrypt and backup your MIAC wallet. Do this by clicking on File, and then select Encrypt. Complex passwords will help to prevent weak password guessing. Use length to your advantage. A combination of special characters, numbers, upper and lowercase letters, will all help to better protect you from someone guessing your password easily, or via brute force. Do not store passwords on a computer that is connected to the internet. If possible, create your passwords on an offline computer, and save them to an external drive. It is best practices never to access the external drive on a computer connected to the internet. The low tech way is to print your passwords and keep them in a safe place. Never forget, or lose your MIAC wallet password. If you do, you will lose your coins.

encrypt-wallet
encrypt-wallet

Backup your MIAC wallet

Once you've created your secure password, it's time to backup your MIAC wallet. Do this by clicking on Settings then select Backup Wallet. You will be asked where to save the wallet.dat file. Please save this file to an external drive. This is vital if your hardware ever encounters a mechanical failure, or if your computer is ever compromised. This way you have options of secure recoveries.

wallet-backup

Congratulations! You have just secured and created a backup of your MIAC wallet.

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FAQ


The following sections will help you find the answers you are looking for
with links to guides that give further explanations.

Whe have update the server so if you can't connect to any node when open the Miacoin Wallet follow thise link:
Setting up your Miacoin-wallet
Miacoin is a cryptomoneta based on a Scrypt pow / pos algorithm, therefore only minable through the synchronized wallet, the profit percentages vary according to what you have in your wallet, but normally they are around 20% yearly.
Proof-of-Work was a fantastic innovation that formed the backbone of the original Bitcoin protocol. The idea is that by solving a computationally intensive math problem, one can test the effort that they have done to secure the protocol. The effort that is required to perform these computations contributes to a coin's scarcity and value. However, Proof-of-Work eventually becomes an extraordinarily expensive system. Last minute as the first few times as many as possible. Bitcoin will require the entire energy output of the sun. Proof of Stake solves this issue in a very elegant way. Rather than using computer power as a scarce resource to generate security, Proof of Stake uses the scarcity of the coin itself. A user may choose to "stake" his coins to generate the next block in the chain, and his chance to do so is proportional to the weight of his coins. Proof-of-Stake is eco-friendly and efficient and avoids the vast waste of energy and hardware overhead of Proof-of-Work-based networks.
If your wallet is encrypted, which I hope it is, you will need to enter your passphrase to the following option: Settings > Wallet Security > Unlock for mining
Wallets for most operating systems can be found here: Download
That's very simple! First off, you need the wallet. Second, you need the synchronize your wallet. Third, wait for your coins to mature (will take approx. 8 hour). Four, if and only if you have encrypted your wallet, you need to unlock it to allow yourself to stake.
Once all three or four steps are done, you are ready to stake
The profit percentages vary according to what you have in your wallet, but normally they are around 20% yearly.

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