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Do you need to delete the dogecoin application data in the user's folder and then import a wallet.dat file before using this new client?
With all the scamming going on I'm not updating my wallet until others test it out first. For now my wallet is offline. The qt file has 3 hits on Virustotal. I'm sure this is discussed somewhere and people who know more than me will say it is fine but at this point that is just not reassuring enough to me. I'd like to know what the correct file scans like at virustotal and the exact exploits that it tags and why each are okay. Too much scamming going on which is one reason cryptocurrency is being held back. From the mining pools to the exchanges, no one can be trusted. Why would anyone buy doges with that risk? I don't mind mining them with my old hardware because my electricity is "free" so I have no skin in the game. If I lose them all I won't freak out. I already lost a substantial amount in bitcoins due to a crooked "exchange". That guy will be dealt with in due time I can assure you. Maybe 10-20 years from now but it will be resolved to my satisfaction. If someone broke in my house to steal from me I would not hesitate to kill them on the spot. Stand your ground laws are there for a reason. I do not take kindly to the fruits of my labor being stolen from me. I will follow you to the end of the earth even spending more than was stolen to find you. Anger is a very powerful motivator. Enough said.
nope, simply extract it in your current wallet folder overwrite and launch you'll see a "1.3" on the dogecoin in your wallet.Encrypting still doesn't work on windows 8.1 x64 but I guess they have a different set of priorities.
Complete noob on windows 8 here lol Do I simply save the v1.3 file (in my downloads folder) and then I just right click that and extract it into the "c:\users\______\appdata\roaming\dogecoin" folder ? Will this automatically overwrite the old files and update everything ? Then I just launch the qt as usual after that ?
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