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Title: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on June 03, 2015, 01:59:13 PM
Forknote (current core - Bytecoin 2.1.0)
http://forknote.net (http://forknote.net)

Forknote is tool for creating or connecting to Cryptonote blockchains. It uses Bytecoin as base, and sticks to its codebase as close as possible.

Download
https://github.com/forknote/forknote/releases

Active networks
https://github.com/forknote/configs

Connect to existing blockchains

$ ./forknoted --config-file configs/imaginary_blockchain.conf
$ ./simplewallet --config-file configs/imaginary_blockchain.conf

Create new coins

Use our form to create a Cryptonote network a matter of seconds:
http://forknote.net/create/

Learn more in our guide:
http://forknote.net/guides/setup-private-blockchain/

List of all available parameters:
http://forknote.net/documentation/daemon/#blockchain-options

You can try it by downloading Forknote:
http://forknote.net/downloads


Bounties

Forknote GUI (50000 DSH): https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1079306.msg23747414#msg23747414

Reddit:
https://www.reddit.com/r/forknote/


Support the project with BTC:
1M5ihpjUwQ86XWHGNVGGd3LgpJajpPJ6uR

or with DSH:
Quote
D6WLtrV1SBWV8HWQzQv8uuYuGy3uwZ8ah5iT5HovSqhTKMauquoTsKP8RBJzVqVesX87poYWQgkGWB4 NWHJ6Ravv93v4BaE


Title: Re: Forknote - create your own anonymous cryptocurrency
Post by: slb on June 03, 2015, 01:59:45 PM
Supported blockchains

List of the active supported blockchain can be found here:
https://github.com/forknote/configs


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own anonymous cryptocurrency
Post by: slb on June 10, 2015, 01:35:11 AM
Support for the payment gateway (walletd) added


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own anonymous cryptocurrency
Post by: slb on July 17, 2015, 11:30:01 PM
Hello,

Forknote now uses Bytecoin 1.0.5 as core.
This version also supports premine. I will make a tutorial how to create a coin with premine in the following days.

Windows:  https://github.com/forknote/forknote/releases/download/1.0.5/forknote-windows.zip
Linux:    https://github.com/forknote/forknote/releases/download/1.0.5/forknote-linux.tar.gz
Mac:      https://github.com/forknote/forknote/releases/download/1.0.5/forknote-mac.zip
Source:   https://github.com/forknote/forknote


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own anonymous cryptocurrency
Post by: slb on July 21, 2015, 06:26:49 AM
How to create a coin with premine:
http://forknote.net/learn.html#cryptocurrency_with_premined_coins

It looks like a lot of steps, but the process should be fast, because it does not require compile time.
Any feedback or ideas will be appreciated.
Enjoy.


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own anonymous cryptocurrency
Post by: bhokor on July 25, 2015, 11:29:25 AM
hi some easy way to add a gui?

thanks


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own anonymous cryptocurrency
Post by: slb on July 26, 2015, 03:05:13 PM
hi some easy way to add a gui?

thanks
Still no. I have a plan to work on a solution. You can put this in up in the my priority list by donating to some of the addresses above


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own anonymous cryptocurrency
Post by: slb on July 27, 2015, 07:45:17 AM
New version released (v. 1.0.5.1.1).
Added support for old generation cryptonotefoundation/cryptonote based currencies.
Configuration files for Quazarcoin, RedWind and OneEvilCoin created:
https://github.com/forknote/configs/blob/master/quazarcoin.conf
https://github.com/forknote/configs/blob/master/redwind.conf
https://github.com/forknote/configs/blob/master/oneevilcoin.conf


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own anonymous cryptocurrency
Post by: Emerge on July 28, 2015, 01:02:52 PM
Can you add support for Tavos (XTV) as well?

Regards,
Jm Erestain


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own anonymous cryptocurrency
Post by: slb on July 29, 2015, 03:14:24 PM
Can you add support for Tavos (XTV) as well?

Regards,
Jm Erestain
I now see the code is only good for the old generation of cryptonotefoundation/cryptonote based currencies. Your coin is unsupported unfortunately. If there is more interest I will add support for it in the future.


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own anonymous cryptocurrency
Post by: slb on August 07, 2015, 08:49:41 PM
Hello,
Forknote 1.0.6.1 is released. It uses Bytecoin 1.0.6.1 as core. It has fully functioning daemon, simplewallet and walletd. It also has variable adjustments to reduce the quantity of unconfirmed transactions.

Download from Github (https://github.com/forknote/forknote/releases/tag/1.0.6.1)
Download from Sourceforge (https://sourceforge.net/projects/forknote/files/)  
View source at Github (https://github.com/forknote/forknote/)

Changes:
  • Core changed to Bytecoin 1.0.6.1 core
  • walletd is now fully functioning
  • Added --DEFAULT_FEE option to simplewallet
  • Added --MAX_TRANSACTION_SIZE_LIMIT option to simplewallet and walletd
  • Changed max transaction size limit to 19400 as default for Bytecoin and Dashcoin. Affects only creating transcations.
  • Changed default tranaction fee for simplewallet to 0,001 DSH for Dashcoin


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own anonymous cryptocurrency
Post by: slb on August 12, 2015, 03:33:31 PM
Hello,
Forknote 1.0.7 is released. It uses Bytecoin 1.0.7 as core.
This is a major update and we urge everyone to update your clients and wallets to the latest version to ensure compatibility with 1.0.8 version.

Download from Github (https://github.com/forknote/forknote/releases/tag/1.0.7)
Download from Sourceforge (https://sourceforge.net/projects/forknote/files/)  
View source at Github (https://github.com/forknote/forknote/)

Changes:
  • Core changed to Bytecoin 1.0.7 core (changes (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=512747.msg12113966#msg12113966))


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own anonymous cryptocurrency
Post by: slb on August 20, 2015, 04:51:25 AM
Forknote 1.0.7.1 is released. It uses Bytecoin 1.0.7.1 as core.

Download from Github (https://github.com/forknote/forknote/releases/tag/1.0.7.1)
Download from Sourceforge (https://sourceforge.net/projects/forknote/files/)  
View source at Github (https://github.com/forknote/forknote/)

Changes:
  • Core changed to Bytecoin 1.0.7.1 core (changes (https://bytecointalk.org/showthread.php?tid=150))


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own anonymous cryptocurrency
Post by: slb on August 28, 2015, 11:38:11 AM
Core updated to Bytecoin 1.0.8
https://github.com/forknote/forknote/releases/tag/1.0.8


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own anonymous cryptocurrency
Post by: slb on October 13, 2015, 01:52:34 AM
Hello,

Big update to http://forknote.net was made. The design is changed completely, a lot of guides and documentation were added. The configuration file creation form has a reduced number of inputs and better charts for your future coin.

Another big update is the inclusion of OneEvilCoin and Ethanolium in the binaries package.


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on November 26, 2015, 12:07:29 AM
Forknote has been updated to version 1.0.8.2 featuring various RPC Daemon API methods:

  • f_get_blockchain_settings (http://forknote.net/documentation/daemon/json-rpc-api/#fgetblockchainsettings) Returns the settings of the used configuration file.

  • f_blocks_list_json (http://forknote.net/documentation/daemon/json-rpc-api/#fblockslistjson) Returns list of shortly described blocks.

  • f_block_json (http://forknote.net/documentation/daemon/json-rpc-api/#fblockjson) Returns detailed description of a block.

  • f_transaction_json (http://forknote.net/documentation/daemon/json-rpc-api/#ftransactionjson) Returns detailed description of a transaction.

The new 1.0.8.2 version of Forknote is available in the downloads section (http://forknote.net/download/).


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: Nanashi74 on December 08, 2015, 06:26:30 PM
Hi, I'm having problems compiling the last version on Ubuntu 14.04. I can compile all cryptonote coins with no problem is there any specific dependency for Forknote? Thanks for the good work.


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on December 09, 2015, 04:10:50 AM
Hi, I'm having problems compiling the last version on Ubuntu 14.04. I can compile all cryptonote coins with no problem is there any specific dependency for Forknote? Thanks for the good work.
Hello,
What is the error?
Here is the exact command we use to install the dependencies on Ubuntu 14.04:
https://github.com/forknote/cryptonote-generator/blob/master/install_dependencies.sh#L90


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: Nanashi74 on December 09, 2015, 01:23:47 PM
All dependencies are OK, heres the error msg: http://pastebin.com/mLc3fWUv

Thanks, hope we can resurrect QCN with your project.


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on December 10, 2015, 10:51:25 PM
All dependencies are OK, heres the error msg: http://pastebin.com/mLc3fWUv

Thanks, hope we can resurrect QCN with your project.
There was a problem indeed which is now fixed. "git pull" and it should work fine.
We have a configuration for QCN already. The real problem is to convince and coordinate all the existing pools and users to move to Forknote, since this will require a hardfork.


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: Nanashi74 on December 11, 2015, 12:49:12 PM
All dependencies are OK, heres the error msg: http://pastebin.com/mLc3fWUv

Thanks, hope we can resurrect QCN with your project.
There was a problem indeed which is now fixed. "git pull" and it should work fine.
We have a configuration for QCN already. The real problem is to convince and coordinate all the existing pools and users to move to Forknote, since this will require a hardfork.

perfect!

QCN is an abandoned cryptonote note, it has no dev and needs improvement, its ideal for testing if forknote could take over the network, how much of the hashrate is necessary?

thanks.

COMMUNITY PROPOSAL FOR RESURRECTING QUAZARCOIN

If anyone else is interested in resurrecting this coin please follow the instructions bellow and start solo-mining, with enough hashrate QCN will fork and will be on pair with Bytecoin latest code but with a much better emission curve, coin re-branding and exchange listing could follow.


Hello,
I added support for QuazarCoin in Forknote. It will give you a daemon and simplewallet with equivalent version of Bytecoin 1.0.5.1.
To use it, download the Forknote binaries or compile them. More info here:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1079306.0
Download the configuration file for QuazarCoin and save it in the 'configs' folder of Forknote:
https://github.com/forknote/configs/blob/master/quazarcoin.conf

Daemon start:
forknoted.exe --config-file configs\quazarcoin.conf
./forknoted --config-file configs/quazarcoin.conf

Simplewallet start:
simplewallet.exe --config-file configs\quazarcoin.conf
./simplewallet --config-file configs/quazarcoin.conf

How to transfer your old wallet?
Copy your .keys file to the Forknote folder. Open it with simplewallet.


If anyone with a pool want to get behind the idea we can all mine together until the fork happens.


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on December 12, 2015, 02:52:40 PM
Forknote v1.0.9 was released:
http://forknote.net/download/

Changes:
 * core updated to Bytecoin 1.0.9 (https://bytecoin.org/news/bytecoin-1.0.9-release-introduces-rpc-wallet-updated-api/)


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: MRKLYE on December 12, 2015, 02:58:01 PM
I commend your project and what you are trying to do hear but is it really a good idea to teach the masses on how to make shitcoins?
The last thing we need is the market flooded with no innovation shitcoins that do nothing but waste miners hashes and electricity..
Seems the altcoin announcement forum section is chalked full of absolute innovation lacking garbage.. We need actual coders making coins not just fucking script kiddies copy and pasting after changing a few variables in a build file.


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: bhokor on December 14, 2015, 11:08:14 AM
The beauty thing in altcoin world is the freedom, it have his price in way of scammers and stupid coins, but is nice see a place where no one can control no one.

is possible to add a gui to forknote?

thanks for bring to the comunity this project


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on April 15, 2016, 03:41:34 PM
Hello,

Forknote version 1.0.10 was released:
https://github.com/forknote/forknote/releases/tag/1.0.10


Since Bytecoin hardforks at this version, because of the new block size, all existing Forknote blockchains (Dashcoin, Magnatoj, Ethanolium, ...) will hardfork as well.
We urge everyone to update since old wallets won't be able to support new block sizes.

Changes:

 * Core changed to Bytecoin 1.0.10 (more info (https://bytecoin.org/news/bytecoin-1.0.10-new-block-size-rpc-wallet-fusion-transactions/))
 * --config-file option of forknoted and simplewallet is now mandatory


Configuration variables changes:

 * UPGRADE_HEIGHT changed to UPGRADE_HEIGHT_V2
 * CRYPTONOTE_BLOCK_GRANTED_FULL_REWARD_ZONE changed to CRYPTONOTE_BLOCK_GRANTED_FULL_REWARD_ZONE_V2
 * New CRYPTONOTE_BLOCK_GRANTED_FULL_REWARD_ZONE added


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: wdnj on April 16, 2016, 11:04:31 PM
 Is this good idea  ::) to let every one create his coin 8)


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on April 22, 2016, 02:13:48 AM
Hello,

Forknote version 1.0.10.0.1 was released:
https://github.com/forknote/forknote/releases/tag/1.0.10.0.1

Changes:

* Fixed f_block_json now working properly

Configuration variables changes:

 * New UPGRADE_HEIGHT_V3 added


We found Bytecoin core 1.0.10 have an issue when it rebuilds the block explorer cache which is fixed in this release. We advice everyone to update as soon as possible. You must update both binaries and config file (UPGRADE_HEIGHT_V3 parameter is introduced)


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on July 02, 2016, 01:20:26 PM
Forknote 1.0.11 was released.

Changes:

  • Core changed to Bytecoin 1.0.11
  • enable-cors option added to the daemon
  • enable-blockchain-indexes option added to the daemon

Configuration variables changes:

  • CRYPTONOTE_COIN_VERSION - enables the support for Cryptonote coin clones
  • KILL_HEIGHT - use to define the maximum height of a blockchain
  • MANDATORY_TRANSACTION - only blocks with more than 1 real transaction (excluding the base transaction) are valid

You can download this release from here: https://github.com/forknote/forknote/releases/tag/1.0.11

Currently, Forknote support those networks:

Bikercoin (http://bikercoin.org)
Bytecoin (https://bytecoin.org)
Crossnote (testnet) : more info to be released soon
Dashcoin (http://dashcoin.info)
Dinastycoin (http://www.dinastycoin.com/en_US/)
Ethanolium (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1184064.0)
Karbowanec (http://karbowanec.com/)
Magnatoj (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1270755.0)
Quazarcoin (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=600658.260)
Redwind (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=904485.520)


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on July 02, 2016, 01:25:00 PM
Is this good idea  ::) to let every one create his coin 8)
Isn't this what Waves and other multimillion projects all about? The positive thing about this project is your token does not require any parent blockchain.
The downside is, without parent blockchain, it is extremely hard to fund it. Some may say there is a security issue with making separate blockchain for every token, but our initial goal is not multimillion valued tokens, but small tokens for now, which makes no economic sense to be attacked


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own anonymous cryptocurrency
Post by: rudalist on July 15, 2016, 12:58:24 AM
Hello,

Forknote now uses Bytecoin 1.0.5 as core.
This version also supports premine. I will make a tutorial how to create a coin with premine in the following days.

Windows:  https://github.com/forknote/forknote/releases/download/1.0.5/forknote-windows.zip
Linux:    https://github.com/forknote/forknote/releases/download/1.0.5/forknote-linux.tar.gz
Mac:      https://github.com/forknote/forknote/releases/download/1.0.5/forknote-mac.zip
Source:   https://github.com/forknote/forknote

in forknote open sourse equal xcp counterparty or not
your are develop forknote or not
how much fee coin is afliate forknote every send ?


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own anonymous cryptocurrency
Post by: slb on July 15, 2016, 01:25:13 AM
Hello,

Forknote now uses Bytecoin 1.0.5 as core.
This version also supports premine. I will make a tutorial how to create a coin with premine in the following days.

Windows:  https://github.com/forknote/forknote/releases/download/1.0.5/forknote-windows.zip
Linux:    https://github.com/forknote/forknote/releases/download/1.0.5/forknote-linux.tar.gz
Mac:      https://github.com/forknote/forknote/releases/download/1.0.5/forknote-mac.zip
Source:   https://github.com/forknote/forknote

in forknote open sourse equal xcp counterparty or not
your are develop forknote or not
how much fee coin is afliate forknote every send ?

Forknote is not equal XCP. The idea is create (and link in future) independent blockchains. There are no fees. You can create as much blockchains as you want. There is no parent blockchain. The only chain with special status is Bytecoin, because it is the developer blockchain, but we work hard to make Forknote dual core (more than 1 developer chain)


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: andyste on July 15, 2016, 04:02:11 AM
if i want create coin project with forknote
i must buy server and must now learn about c++  ?
if exmaple in someday sometime your server deleted is forknote my coin followed lost or not
thank you


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on July 15, 2016, 10:54:20 PM
if i want create coin project with forknote
i must buy server and must now learn about c++  ?
if exmaple in someday sometime your server deleted is forknote my coin followed lost or not
thank you
If you just want to create a token, you don't need to learn any programming language. Just choose the parameters you want, decide if you want premine, and you are good to go.
On your other question - you must take care of your blockchain. A 5$ VPS usually does the work. In fact, nodes of multiple blockchains can be ran on a 5$ VPS, which can drive the price of a running node way bellow 5$/month.
Also, you can run a node on your local PC, if you don't need the network to be online all the time


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: andyste on July 21, 2016, 01:51:40 AM
if i want create coin project with forknote
i must buy server and must now learn about c++  ?
if exmaple in someday sometime your server deleted is forknote my coin followed lost or not
thank you
If you just want to create a token, you don't need to learn any programming language. Just choose the parameters you want, decide if you want premine, and you are good to go.
On your other question - you must take care of your blockchain. A 5$ VPS usually does the work. In fact, nodes of multiple blockchains can be ran on a 5$ VPS, which can drive the price of a running node way bellow 5$/month.
Also, you can run a node on your local PC, if you don't need the network to be online all the time

iam newbie about dev coin
so iam to ask how to replace node to vps and how create is node code
your service complete until ready coin use and include setting Vps or not


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: lethos3 on July 21, 2016, 11:25:46 PM
can I use forknote with fantomcoin? Are there plans to bring it to the new BCN 2.0 code base (RocksDB), its a shame they didn't went with Monero LMDB buts its better than the previous version.


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on July 22, 2016, 01:34:15 AM
can I use forknote with fantomcoin? Are there plans to bring it to the new BCN 2.0 code base (RocksDB), its a shame they didn't went with Monero LMDB buts its better than the previous version.
We are working on Forknote based on BCN 2.0. Currently it works good, except the block explorer part.
Fantomcoin support is one of our potential goals, but there is no schedule for it. We may realise it, but we may not. If you or someone else understand how Fantomcoin works you can help us bring it faster to the project.


iam newbie about dev coin
so iam to ask how to replace node to vps and how create is node code
All I can advice you is learn how to run a node of any Cryptonote coin. There is plenty of info on the net. The process is pretty much the same, with the exception you need to point out a configuration file when you run your Forknote node


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on August 09, 2016, 03:40:11 PM
Hello,

The beta of the Forknote v2.0.0 is out. It's just in source form. We are not sure is it producing 100% correct block, but you guys can contribute by testing and reporting bugs:
https://github.com/forknote/forknote

We can provide binaries if some of you are unable to compile.

Since time is very limited resource, we want to ask the community for opinion what our next priority should be:
* GUI
* Tracking wallets by view key
* Bitsquare integration
* Merge mining support
* Other (tell us what)

We will highly appreciate your feedback


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: jessecochran639 on October 31, 2016, 03:10:39 PM
Hi everyone!

I know I'm a newbie here, but I did just generate a ForkNote currency, and below are the config file contents, and I am wanting other people to give it a try.

seed-node=24.46.180.129:23280
EMISSION_SPEED_FACTOR=18
DIFFICULTY_TARGET=120
CRYPTONOTE_DISPLAY_DECIMAL_POINT=12
MONEY_SUPPLY=18446744073709551615
GENESIS_BLOCK_REWARD=18262276632972456000
SYNC_FROM_ZERO=1
DEFAULT_DUST_THRESHOLD=1000000
MINIMUM_FEE=1000000
CRYPTONOTE_MINED_MONEY_UNLOCK_WINDOW=10
CRYPTONOTE_BLOCK_GRANTED_FULL_REWARD_ZONE=100000
CRYPTONOTE_PUBLIC_ADDRESS_BASE58_PREFIX=86
p2p-bind-port=23280
rpc-bind-port=23281
BYTECOIN_NETWORK=fd650874-8821-52dc-089f-bb6275613adc
CRYPTONOTE_NAME=cochran
GENESIS_COINBASE_TX_HEX=010a01ff0001c0e0f5d1f0faa8b8fd010229377c1709d345c7dff990da1039576c93b14710225104cb53c51d541a1ea8ae21014f206cd82624c473b6832a7edbd33e356c6581b6a359dc7088d77065477177d6
MAX_BLOCK_SIZE_INITIAL=100000
UPGRADE_HEIGHT_V2=1
UPGRADE_HEIGHT_V3=2


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: cryptomaxsun on December 23, 2016, 12:49:44 PM
xcicoin added?


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on December 23, 2016, 01:34:55 PM
xcicoin added?
Since it's pointless to post in this thread for every coin, you can find the current supported (active) networks here:
https://github.com/forknote/configs

XCI was added in this commit:
https://github.com/forknote/configs/commit/2326b6c58aae921f885b97c9da331fbe1490b268


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: cryptomaxsun on December 23, 2016, 03:03:16 PM
xcicoin added?
Since it's pointless to post in this thread for every coin, you can find the current supported (active) networks here:
https://github.com/forknote/configs

XCI was added in this commit:
https://github.com/forknote/configs/commit/2326b6c58aae921f885b97c9da331fbe1490b268
Thank you, very grateful!
It  to run.
 that more reliable - used forknote or the original xcicoin?


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on December 24, 2016, 08:42:52 AM
xcicoin added?
Since it's pointless to post in this thread for every coin, you can find the current supported (active) networks here:
https://github.com/forknote/configs

XCI was added in this commit:
https://github.com/forknote/configs/commit/2326b6c58aae921f885b97c9da331fbe1490b268
Thank you, very grateful!
It  to run.
 that more reliable - used forknote or the original xcicoin?

Only the XCI dev can give you such advice, but I guess he will tell you to stick with his client.
PS: I am using forknote on democats pool


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: memequiserle on December 28, 2016, 07:51:30 AM
how step by step create coin use forknote
system use token same etherum and NXT or not
iam read in first page one still not understand create coin use forknote


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on December 30, 2016, 05:15:50 PM
how step by step create coin use forknote
system use token same etherum and NXT or not
iam read in first page one still not understand create coin use forknote
The system use separate blockchain, no tokens.
You can use http://forknote.net/create/#/  to create a config for a new blockchain. There is no step by step guide for the moment.
If someone wants to contribute some time and create a step by step guide it will be highly appreciated.


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: jooj on December 31, 2016, 12:28:35 PM
how step by step create coin use forknote
system use token same etherum and NXT or not
iam read in first page one still not understand create coin use forknote

 Seems it is method to setup a daemon for some ALT coins , not a new coins creating.


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on December 31, 2016, 01:28:31 PM
how step by step create coin use forknote
system use token same etherum and NXT or not
iam read in first page one still not understand create coin use forknote

 Seems it is method to setup a daemon for some ALT coins , not a new coins creating.
You can create infinite number of networks.
Just use http://forknote.net/create/#/  to generate a configuration file, or use the documentation create it with text editor.
Support of some ALT coins is just a side effect


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: jooj on January 01, 2017, 12:19:38 PM
how step by step create coin use forknote
system use token same etherum and NXT or not
iam read in first page one still not understand create coin use forknote

 Seems it is method to setup a daemon for some ALT coins , not a new coins creating.
You can create infinite number of networks.
Just use http://forknote.net/create/#/  to generate a configuration file, or use the documentation create it with text editor.
Support of some ALT coins is just a side effect
So, it is like I said not a new coins creating method or ( colon of any coin provides here).


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on January 14, 2017, 08:40:34 AM
Forknote v2.0.1 is released.

Binaries:
https://github.com/forknote/forknote/releases/tag/2.0.1

Source:
https://github.com/forknote/forknote

Changes:
* Bytecoin core 2.0.1.  In this core:
 - blockchain moved to database (rocksdb)
 - walletd improvements
 - fast sync within checkpoints
* simplewallet import from private keys option added
* simplewallet export private keys added
* various RPC added
* Karbowanec (after fork) support added
* option to change more parameters in forks
* bug fixes

Notice:
* you may need to reset your wallet with simplewallet
* no configuration files are present. You need to create your own or download an existing one from https://github.com/forknote/configs


Also, a new subreddit is made to ease the communication between people running forknote compatible networks:
https://www.reddit.com/r/forknote/


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: cryptomaxsun on January 14, 2017, 01:26:25 PM
This is a required update?
And if I use daemon forknote and simplewallet from the original, so it is possible, reset should be done?


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on January 14, 2017, 01:39:35 PM
This is a required update?
And if I use daemon forknote and simplewallet from the original, so it is possible, reset should be done?

The update is not required, but it's comparable to the LMDB update of Monero (if you are familiar with it).
You will get much mess ram usage and a lot faster network sync. It can sync to the Bytecoin network from 0 for less than 3 hours, and most of the smaller networks take just a few minutes to sync


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: eeX on January 30, 2017, 11:18:33 AM
Hello slb!

Could you tell me please, is it possible to solo mine in last Forknote release?

I tried both forknote and bcn and failed :(

Any suggestions?


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: eeX on January 30, 2017, 11:20:01 AM
I mean forknote v2.0.1.1221


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on January 30, 2017, 11:21:32 AM
Hello slb!

Could you tell me please, is it possible to solo mine in last Forknote release?

I tried both forknote and bcn and failed :(

Any suggestions?

Yes. The miner is not in the daemon anymore. You need to use 'miner' included in the binaries.


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: eeX on January 30, 2017, 12:56:55 PM
:) I tried.

Miner stopped immediately with log -

2017-Jan-30 15:54:17.442694 DEBUG   [MinerManager] starting
2017-Jan-30 15:54:17.442694 INFO    [MinerManager] requesting mining parameters
2017-Jan-30 15:54:17.473894 WARNING [MinerManager] Couldn't get block template:The stream is ended
Fatal: The stream is ended

And got errors in daemon -
2017-Jan-30 15:53:41.983532 WARNING [10.10.77.77:62587 INC] Exception in connectionHandler: Levin signature mismatch
2017-Jan-30 15:54:17.458293 WARNING [10.10.77.77:62595 INC] Exception in connectionHandler: Levin signature mismatch


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on January 30, 2017, 08:46:29 PM
:) I tried.

Miner stopped immediately with log -

2017-Jan-30 15:54:17.442694 DEBUG   [MinerManager] starting
2017-Jan-30 15:54:17.442694 INFO    [MinerManager] requesting mining parameters
2017-Jan-30 15:54:17.473894 WARNING [MinerManager] Couldn't get block template:The stream is ended
Fatal: The stream is ended

And got errors in daemon -
2017-Jan-30 15:53:41.983532 WARNING [10.10.77.77:62587 INC] Exception in connectionHandler: Levin signature mismatch
2017-Jan-30 15:54:17.458293 WARNING [10.10.77.77:62595 INC] Exception in connectionHandler: Levin signature mismatch

Hey :)
'miner' has some required parameters - 'address' and 'daemon-address'
Here is an example how to use it for Dashcoin at if you run daemon at localhost:
Code:
./miner --daemon-address localhost:29081 --address D8yFneNkLn617zawXhdruwVQf8GWVdtgz4K3UnjqVXWH34hB4VMFU4U7QYzqvXbQUNDpSc4NmdHmT1Rc78wmPwV7VU2VNyF

For more details you can see the help:
Code:
./miner --help

On the daemon question - "Levin signature mismatch" just means someone with wrong network_id is connected to the network. Nothing to worry about


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: eeX on January 30, 2017, 09:56:18 PM
Why do you thiknk I'm SO stupid???

Yes, I'm, but not SO :)

Anyway, I tried all standard methods and tricks while attempted.

I used both --daemon-address and --address as well as --threads params.

Miner sucessfully connected to daemon, but immediately after that stopped with log below:

2017-Jan-30 15:54:17.442694 DEBUG   [MinerManager] starting
2017-Jan-30 15:54:17.442694 INFO    [MinerManager] requesting mining parameters
2017-Jan-30 15:54:17.473894 WARNING [MinerManager] Couldn't get block template:The stream is ended
Fatal: The stream is ended

Just within this connection attempt I got error in daemon.

2017-Jan-30 15:54:17.458293 WARNING [10.10.77.77:62595 INC] Exception in connectionHandler: Levin signature mismatch

Look at the time!!!

I'm trying to tell you where are something wrong with miner (or probably daemon).


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: eeX on January 30, 2017, 09:58:59 PM
Probably MINER need a --config-file parameter, but didn't take it :(


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on January 30, 2017, 11:03:58 PM
Probably MINER need a --config-file parameter, but didn't take it :(

Sorry if I offended you. It's kind of impossible to understand user's level from 1-2 posts.

You don't need --config-file for 'miner'.
A possible explanation for the 'Levin signature mismatch' WARNING is you are trying to mine on the P2P port, instead of the RPC port

Here is the actual setup I use to mine a few test blocks on BitCoal (I use it as testnet usually, because it has small blockchain, stable hashrate and the hashrate is low). It's on macOS,  FN v2.0.1:

Terminal 1:
Code:
./forknoted --config-file configs/bitcoal.conf

Terminal 2:
Code:
./miner --daemon-address localhost:7701 --address CiSgoXqH8s1MbgW5uH84hNNmkBNnu2ZaPRSvjE1o4yBcedrv7LPmgg2HL3vvjAQKoPCNiL4MCAFnKc3rvxnGzfYpRc8A3AK

If you share your actual setup + commands it will be easier to replicate and debug


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: eeX on January 31, 2017, 06:59:09 AM
My shame, yes, I'm tryed to mine on the P2P port, instead of the RPC port.

You are genius as usual, thanks!


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: cryptomaxsun on February 10, 2017, 03:26:12 PM
XCIcoin will be fork.
Forknote v2.0.1 is released ready for fork?


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on February 10, 2017, 03:51:04 PM
XCIcoin will be fork.
Forknote v2.0.1 is released ready for fork?
xci is not forking. It just moves to newer bytecoin version code with less bugs.
PS: forknote v2.0.1 is ready


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: cryptomaxsun on February 10, 2017, 03:55:14 PM
XCIcoin will be fork.
Forknote v2.0.1 is released ready for fork?
xci is not forking. It just moves to newer bytecoin version code with less bugs.
PS: forknote v2.0.1 is ready
Thank you!

UPdate.
No shows blockchain in the new version, added string:
Code:
rpc-bind-ip=0.0.0.0                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          
enable-blockchain-indexes=1                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  
enable-cors=1

I used a demon forknote, simplewallet and the original wallet xcicoin, wallet file simplewallet, but no coins on it.
It is possible to recover the money?


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: cryptomaxsun on February 11, 2017, 02:19:04 PM
Quote
* simplewallet import from private keys option added
How to do it?


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on February 11, 2017, 03:40:54 PM
XCIcoin will be fork.
Forknote v2.0.1 is released ready for fork?
xci is not forking. It just moves to newer bytecoin version code with less bugs.
PS: forknote v2.0.1 is ready
Thank you!

UPdate.
No shows blockchain in the new version, added string:
Code:
rpc-bind-ip=0.0.0.0                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           
enable-blockchain-indexes=1                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   
enable-cors=1

I used a demon forknote, simplewallet and the original wallet xcicoin, wallet file simplewallet, but no coins on it.
It is possible to recover the money?

Hi mate,

There are some minor changes.

You no longer need this line:
Code:
enable-blockchain-indexes=1

This line is now is now actual domain. You can have multiple values
Old:
Code:
enable-cors=1
New:
Code:
enable-cors=http://democats.org
enable-cors=http://api.democats.org

To have an open node:
Code:
enable-cors=*

Basically, every line adds Access-Control-Allow-Origin.

You can export the keys using the 'export' command in simplewallet. 
To use the simplewallet import, you must have both your secret spend and view keys. To import just open simplewallet and press 'i'. Then follow the dialog.


Also, be aware of this bug:
https://github.com/forknote/forknote/issues/7
Restart the daemon after you sync


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: cryptomaxsun on February 11, 2017, 03:48:58 PM
 I removed the old blockchain, run the client Forknote 1.0.11, and original xcicoin simplewallet, there wallet file with a large amount, can I recover?

UP.
forknote 1.0.11 launched, that's what gives:
Code:
2017-Feb-11 18:07:21.531154 ERROR   knownBlockIds doesn't end with genesis block hash: 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on February 11, 2017, 05:09:18 PM
I removed the old blockchain, run the client Forknote 1.0.11, and original xcicoin simplewallet, there wallet file with a large amount, can I recover?

UP.
forknote 1.0.11 launched, that's what gives:
Code:
2017-Feb-11 18:07:21.531154 ERROR   knownBlockIds doesn't end with genesis block hash: 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000


That's an odd error. Do you use the correct config file?


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: cryptomaxsun on February 11, 2017, 05:44:13 PM
I copied the file in the wallet in folder Forknote 2.0.1 .
I restored the coin, how to connect the wallet file to the pool, go to the payment?


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on February 11, 2017, 05:51:32 PM
I copied the file in the wallet in folder Forknote 2.0.1 .
I restored the coin, how to connect the wallet file to the pool, go to the payment?
Can you join freenode - #forknote , so we can figure out what is going on faster?


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: rkat55 on March 21, 2017, 12:29:19 PM
Hi, I'm looking for someone who can create a new coin in Cryptonote for me; willing to pay of course.

If anyone knows anyone, I'm looking to get this done in the next couple of days for a site I'm launching.

Thanks!

Rick


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: soulistyce on April 16, 2017, 06:40:00 PM
need help with forknote pool cant find a solution anywere... payments of my pool arent being send got this error

 [api] API started & listening on port 9844
2017-04-16 19:36:36 [payments] Error with transfer RPC request to wallet daemon {"code":"ECONNRESET","errno":"ECONNRESET","syscall":"read"}
2017-04-16 19:36:36 [api] Stat collection finished: 122 ms redis, 108 ms daemon
2017-04-16 19:36:36 [api] Broadcasting to 0 visitors and 0 address lookups

search everywere....dont know what to do

please help... :-\ :-\ :-\ :-\ :-\ :'( :'( :'(

coin karbowanec


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: soulistyce on April 19, 2017, 08:42:42 PM
need help with forknote pool cant find a solution anywere... payments of my pool arent being send got this error

 [api] API started & listening on port 9844
2017-04-16 19:36:36 [payments] Error with transfer RPC request to wallet daemon {"code":"ECONNRESET","errno":"ECONNRESET","syscall":"read"}
2017-04-16 19:36:36 [api] Stat collection finished: 122 ms redis, 108 ms daemon
2017-04-16 19:36:36 [api] Broadcasting to 0 visitors and 0 address lookups

search everywere....dont know what to do

please help... :-\ :-\ :-\ :-\ :-\ :'( :'( :'(

coin karbowanec
already solved this issue if anyone has it check karbowanec ANN...
forknote works great...one of the best things of cryptonote...but...
i have to ask...
We need a forknote pool that can support merged mining on stratum...theres none  out there to merged with fcn....
only minergate....always and only minergate....thats a monopoly in cryptonote...
if you want to merged mine you have to use minergate pool ;(
with theres lack of support or even dont care for miners...

please forknote work on that...gives a node merged mining pool so we can change this


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: liri on May 04, 2017, 05:20:05 PM
I need Help @slb

http://i.imgur.com/Bc76eMp.png

ERROR

http://i.imgur.com/GdwKlJj.png



Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on May 09, 2017, 12:47:39 PM
A security fix was pushed to github:
https://github.com/forknote/forknote

Issue was discovered by Monero Lab and they kindly noticed me about this case.
I strongly advice everyone who run Forknote daemons or daemons of compatible blockchains to update to it ASAP.

PS: this post will include binaries in a few hours.


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: cryptomaxsun on May 11, 2017, 05:26:03 PM
slb, I have a question for you. I have a lot of unconfirmed blocks on the pool, the network finds seldom blocks, and coins are unavailable. If I update the client, then a new dаemon with an old wallet is incompatible and I will lose coins. How here to be?


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on May 12, 2017, 12:28:30 AM
slb, I have a question for you. I have a lot of unconfirmed blocks on the pool, the network finds seldom blocks, and coins are unavailable. If I update the client, then a new dаemon with an old wallet is incompatible and I will lose coins. How here to be?

The wallet file is compatible. You must update simplewallet to use the new version tho. If you have backups of the wallets you have nothing to worry about.

What i do on democats is just stopping daemon + simplewallet, then replace with the new version and start them again. It works fine 95% of the time.
Sometime something goes wrong with simplewallet and it corrupts the wallet on exit. In such case you must replace the wallet file with the  *.tmp file and that's it.

PS: you can delete the old blockchain, since from Forknote v2 we use rocksdb and the old blockchain is not compatible


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: cryptomaxsun on May 14, 2017, 09:27:57 AM
slb, I have a question for you. I have a lot of unconfirmed blocks on the pool, the network finds seldom blocks, and coins are unavailable. If I update the client, then a new dаemon with an old wallet is incompatible and I will lose coins. How here to be?

The wallet file is compatible. You must update simplewallet to use the new version tho. If you have backups of the wallets you have nothing to worry about.

What i do on democats is just stopping daemon + simplewallet, then replace with the new version and start them again. It works fine 95% of the time.
Sometime something goes wrong with simplewallet and it corrupts the wallet on exit. In such case you must replace the wallet file with the  *.tmp file and that's it.

PS: you can delete the old blockchain, since from Forknote v2 we use rocksdb and the old blockchain is not compatible
Thank you, updated. Running the daemon produces:
Code:
482975 WARNING Connection error: The stream is ended


How to fix this error?


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: kalang on May 14, 2017, 03:15:51 PM
im try to create but still not succes   :(


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on May 22, 2017, 01:46:33 PM
Since there is a possibility for a lot of scamming to come around:

If anyone wants to check any Forknote supported chain for double spending - just delete the checkpoints in your config file, delete the blockchain and sync from block 0. You need the latest Forknote version to check.


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: cryptomaxsun on May 22, 2017, 06:41:52 PM
Need help, updated the pool daemon to the latest version, produces this:
Code:
2017-May-22 21:36:17.718727 INFO    [54.223.133.248:18870 OUT] Tx verification failed

simplewallet original coin, no payments-
Code:
017-May-22 21:41:03.021484 ERROR   [BlockchainSynchronizer] Failed to query blocks: NodeErrorCategory:5, Internal node error


How to fix it?


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on May 22, 2017, 10:08:21 PM
Need help, updated the pool daemon to the latest version, produces this:
Code:
2017-May-22 21:36:17.718727 INFO    [54.223.133.248:18870 OUT] Tx verification failed

simplewallet original coin, no payments-
Code:
017-May-22 21:41:03.021484 ERROR   [BlockchainSynchronizer] Failed to query blocks: NodeErrorCategory:5, Internal node error


How to fix it?
Tx verification failed  -  someone trying to send invalid transaction and your node is not including it into the transaction pool

on the second error - are you using the new simplewallet?


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: cryptomaxsun on May 23, 2017, 04:02:41 AM
No, the old one. The new version is not compiled by the developer. I have a compilation with an error.
Code:
make
/bin/sh: 1: cd: can't cd to /root/bipcoin/build/release
make: *** [cmake_check_build_system] Error 2


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on May 23, 2017, 09:19:57 AM
No, the old one. The new version is not compiled by the developer. I have a compilation with an error.
Code:
make
/bin/sh: 1: cd: can't cd to /root/bipcoin/build/release
make: *** [cmake_check_build_system] Error 2


You need to run the new one:
https://github.com/forknote/forknote/releases/tag/2.0.1.1


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: eeX on May 25, 2017, 08:25:52 AM
Hello,

could you tell me please when to expect new BCN release at forknote code?


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on May 25, 2017, 11:50:06 AM
Hello,

could you tell me please when to expect new BCN release at forknote code?
We are in process of testing it. I guess we will release within few days.


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on May 25, 2017, 12:03:38 PM
We are looking for someone to help us build the Forknote GUI. Bounty 50,000 DSH


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: cryptomaxsun on May 25, 2017, 01:51:03 PM
How to make an import Spend secret key, View secret key?


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: weedgalz on May 25, 2017, 02:02:06 PM
How to make an import Spend secret key, View secret key?
Jesus Christ Mark, can not you do anything for yourself or does SLB need to come hold your poor riddle biddy hand too? Think and exercise that gaddamn brain


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: edulord on May 25, 2017, 03:28:16 PM
We are looking for someone to help us build the Forknote GUI. Bounty 50,000 DSH

slb, i sent you pm but you did not reply, so i guess you are really busy.

I am having some problem using your website perhaps it isdue to those command line code that i am not familiar with.

I hope the GUI version can be ready soonest.


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on May 25, 2017, 03:36:10 PM
How to make an import Spend secret key, View secret key?

Run simplewallet and use the new 'i' (import) instead of 'o' (open) or 'g' (generate).
Don't be afraid to ask questions, especially if you run critical services, like you do


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on May 25, 2017, 03:58:14 PM
We are looking for someone to help us build the Forknote GUI. Bounty 50,000 DSH

slb, i sent you pm but you did not reply, so i guess you are really busy.

I am having some problem using your website perhaps it isdue to those command line code that i am not familiar with.

I hope the GUI version can be ready soonest.

If you are a single guy, or you don't have hashrate to backup your coin i dont recommend creating one. We are working on solutions for the 'hashrate' problem at least.
Anyways, if you still want to create coin there are actually a lot of guys who can help you.


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: weedgalz on May 25, 2017, 05:40:55 PM
I can help create forknote coin for you. My price is very reasonable and can use escrow service so risk can be limited. Forknotes I have created
BXC
ZID
NEW BIP
NEW XCI2
BIC
and a few more that can not discuss.
I offer latest v2.0.1.1221 to protect against Major Crptonote Bug. with or without premine
PM me to discuss needs as my reputation I am sure proceeds me.


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on May 28, 2017, 03:22:10 PM
New Forknote version, based on Bytecoin 2.0.4:

Binaries:
https://github.com/forknote/forknote/releases/tag/2.0.4

Source:
https://github.com/forknote/forknote/


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: eeX on May 30, 2017, 08:57:35 AM
Thanks!!!


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: quyennh on June 01, 2017, 03:36:00 PM
Hello,

I got this error when:
./mycoind --print-genesis-tx

error:

2017-Jun-01 22:30:41.251173 ERROR   failed to parse coinbase tx from hard coded blob
2017-Jun-01 22:30:41.251237 ERROR   Failed to generate genesis block
GENESIS_COINBASE_TX_HEX constant has an incorrect value. Please launch: mycoind --print-genesis-txroot@coins:/usr/local/src/generator/generated_files/builds/test/mycoind-linux#

Pls help me resolve problem

Thanks,


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: quyennh on June 01, 2017, 03:45:33 PM
Hello,

I got this error when:
./mycoind --print-genesis-tx

error:

2017-Jun-01 22:30:41.251173 ERROR   failed to parse coinbase tx from hard coded blob
2017-Jun-01 22:30:41.251237 ERROR   Failed to generate genesis block
GENESIS_COINBASE_TX_HEX constant has an incorrect value. Please launch: mycoind --print-genesis-txroot@coins:/usr/local/src/generator/generated_files/builds/test/mycoind-linux#

Pls help me resolve problem

Thanks,

==================================================================
# ./mycoind --print-genesis-tx
Failed to parse arguments: Failed to initialize currency object
Allowed options:

Command line options:
  --help                              Produce help message
  --version                           Output version information
  --os-version
  --data-dir arg (=/root/.vnbit)      Specify data directory
  --config-file arg (=vnbit.conf)     Specify configuration file

Command line options and settings options:
  --log-file arg
  --log-level arg (=2)
  --no-console                        Disable daemon console commands
  --testnet                           Use]d to deploy test nets. Checkpoints and
                                      hardcoded seeds are ignored, network id
                                      is changed. Use it with --data-dir flag.
                                      The wallet must be launched with
                                      --testnet flag.
  --print-genesis-tx                  Prints genesis' block tx hex to insert it
                                      to config and exits
  --genesis-block-reward-address arg
  --rpc-bind-ip arg (=127.0.0.1)
  --rpc-bind-port arg (=21511)
  --p2p-bind-ip arg (=0.0.0.0)        Interface for p2p network protocol
  --p2p-bind-port arg (=21510)        Port for p2p network protocol
  --p2p-external-port arg (=0)        External port for p2p network protocol
                                      (if port forwarding used with NAT)
  --allow-local-ip                    Allow local ip add to peer list, mostly
                                      in debug purposes
  --add-peer arg                      Manually add peer to local peerlist
  --add-priority-node arg             Specify list of peers to connect to and
                                      attempt to keep the connection open
  --add-exclusive-node arg            Specify list of peers to connect to only.
                                      If this option is given the options
                                      add-priority-node and seed-node are
                                      ignored
  --seed-node arg                     Connect to a node to retrieve peer
                                      addresses, and disconnect
  --hide-my-port                      Do not announce yourself as peerlist
                                      candidate
  --db-threads arg (=2)               Nuber of background threads used for
                                      compaction and flush
  --db-max-open-files arg (=100)      Number of open files that can be used by
                                      the DB
  --db-write-buffer-size arg (=256)   Size of data base write buffer in
                                      megabytes
  --db-read-cache-size arg (=10)      Size of data base read cache in megabytes


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: crossini on June 01, 2017, 05:10:19 PM
i have created a test coin in compiling fase an error is generated:

i have compiled in a VM HyperV with installed ubuntu 16.10
the host system is windows 2012

You help me?

"
[ 19%] Building CXX object src/CMakeFiles/Crypto.dir/crypto/crypto.cpp.o
/home/administrator/tic/generator/generated_files/ticinocoin/src/crypto/crypto.cpp: In function ‘size_t Crypto::rs_comm_size(size_t)’:
/home/administrator/tic/generator/generated_files/ticinocoin/src/crypto/crypto.cpp:339:58: error: value-initialization of incomplete type ‘Crypto::rs_comm::<anonymous struct> []’
     return sizeof(rs_comm) + pubs_count * sizeof(rs_comm().ab[0]);
                                                          ^
src/CMakeFiles/Crypto.dir/build.make:158: set di istruzioni per l'obiettivo "src/CMakeFiles/Crypto.dir/crypto/crypto.cpp.o" non riuscito
make[2]: *** [src/CMakeFiles/Crypto.dir/crypto/crypto.cpp.o] Errore 1
CMakeFiles/Makefile2:604: set di istruzioni per l'obiettivo "src/CMakeFiles/Crypto.dir/all" non riuscito
make[1]: *** [src/CMakeFiles/Crypto.dir/all] Errore 2
Makefile:94: set di istruzioni per l'obiettivo "all" non riuscito
make: *** [all] Errore 2
Remove temporary files..."


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: crossini on June 01, 2017, 05:12:25 PM
Your contact form in the site http://forknote.net/contact/
does not work


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on June 01, 2017, 07:27:02 PM
i have created a test coin in compiling fase an error is generated:

i have compiled in a VM HyperV with installed ubuntu 16.10
the host system is windows 2012

You help me?

"
[ 19%] Building CXX object src/CMakeFiles/Crypto.dir/crypto/crypto.cpp.o
/home/administrator/tic/generator/generated_files/ticinocoin/src/crypto/crypto.cpp: In function ‘size_t Crypto::rs_comm_size(size_t)’:
/home/administrator/tic/generator/generated_files/ticinocoin/src/crypto/crypto.cpp:339:58: error: value-initialization of incomplete type ‘Crypto::rs_comm::<anonymous struct> []’
     return sizeof(rs_comm) + pubs_count * sizeof(rs_comm().ab[0]);
                                                          ^
src/CMakeFiles/Crypto.dir/build.make:158: set di istruzioni per l'obiettivo "src/CMakeFiles/Crypto.dir/crypto/crypto.cpp.o" non riuscito
make[2]: *** [src/CMakeFiles/Crypto.dir/crypto/crypto.cpp.o] Errore 1
CMakeFiles/Makefile2:604: set di istruzioni per l'obiettivo "src/CMakeFiles/Crypto.dir/all" non riuscito
make[1]: *** [src/CMakeFiles/Crypto.dir/all] Errore 2
Makefile:94: set di istruzioni per l'obiettivo "all" non riuscito
make: *** [all] Errore 2
Remove temporary files..."

I got the same error on Ubuntu 16.10. Here is a work around before it's fixed:

use ubuntu 16.04 with those dependencies:
sudo apt-get -y install build-essential python-dev gcc-4.9 g++-4.9 git cmake libboost1.58-all-dev librocksdb-dev


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on June 01, 2017, 07:28:45 PM
Are you using compiled forknote or streight forward bytecoin clone?


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: quyennh on June 01, 2017, 08:18:27 PM
Are you using compiled forknote or streight forward bytecoin clone?

I'm streight forward bytecoin clone, I want to build a new coin. This is my json build:

bash generator.sh -f mycoin.json -c '-j3'

=================================================================
{
    "base_coin": {
        "name": "bytecoin",
        "git": "https://github.com/amjuarez/bytecoin.git"
    },
    "core": {
        "SEED_NODES": ["162.243.18.115:25719", "162.243.18.116:25719"],
        "EMISSION_SPEED_FACTOR": 18,
        "DIFFICULTY_TARGET": 120,
        "CRYPTONOTE_DISPLAY_DECIMAL_POINT": 11,
        "MONEY_SUPPLY": "18446744073709551615",
        "GENESIS_BLOCK_REWARD": "3689348814741910500",
        "DEFAULT_DUST_THRESHOLD": 1000000,
        "MINIMUM_FEE": 1000000,
        "CRYPTONOTE_MINED_MONEY_UNLOCK_WINDOW": 10,
        "CRYPTONOTE_BLOCK_GRANTED_FULL_REWARD_ZONE": 100000,
        "CRYPTONOTE_PUBLIC_ADDRESS_BASE58_PREFIX": 1231509,
        "P2P_DEFAULT_PORT": 25719,
        "RPC_DEFAULT_PORT": 25720,
        "BYTECOIN_NETWORK": "b2889400-e6f5-b62d-8d37-8fa91779dc7e",
        "CRYPTONOTE_NAME": "mycoin",
        "DAEMON_NAME": "mycoind",
        "GENESIS_COINBASE_TX_HEX": "",
        "CHECKPOINTS": "",
        "MAX_BLOCK_SIZE_INITIAL": 100000
    },
    "extensions": [
        "core/bytecoin.json",
        "print-genesis-tx.json",
        "genesis-block-reward.json"
    ]
}


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on June 01, 2017, 11:33:08 PM
You need a 'dummy' GENESIS_COINBASE_TX_HEX to generate. Also, better add "bug-fixes.json" extention to fix some bytecoin bugs. Here is the edited config:
https://pastebin.com/KS7EtZLC

You can generate like this:
./mycoind --print-genesis-tx --genesis-block-reward-address SIMPLEWALLET_ADDRESS


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: quyennh on June 02, 2017, 08:02:26 AM
You need a 'dummy' GENESIS_COINBASE_TX_HEX to generate. Also, better add "bug-fixes.json" extention to fix some bytecoin bugs. Here is the edited config:
https://pastebin.com/KS7EtZLC

You can generate like this:
./mycoind --print-genesis-tx --genesis-block-reward-address SIMPLEWALLET_ADDRESS

Thanks for your help, I was used your modified config for build my new coin but I don't know how to get SIMPLEWALLET_ADDRESS.
I had issued command :

 ./simplewallet --config-file configs/mycoin.conf --generate-new-wallet MY.wallet --password PASSWORD
but unlucky I got notices:
Failed to parse arguments: unrecognised option '--config-file'

Also I don't know how to get Pre-miner coins

Pls advisor


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: crossini on June 02, 2017, 08:10:05 AM
i have created a test coin in compiling fase an error is generated:

i have compiled in a VM HyperV with installed ubuntu 16.10
the host system is windows 2012

You help me?

"
[ 19%] Building CXX object src/CMakeFiles/Crypto.dir/crypto/crypto.cpp.o
/home/administrator/tic/generator/generated_files/ticinocoin/src/crypto/crypto.cpp: In function ‘size_t Crypto::rs_comm_size(size_t)’:
/home/administrator/tic/generator/generated_files/ticinocoin/src/crypto/crypto.cpp:339:58: error: value-initialization of incomplete type ‘Crypto::rs_comm::<anonymous struct> []’
     return sizeof(rs_comm) + pubs_count * sizeof(rs_comm().ab[0]);
                                                          ^
src/CMakeFiles/Crypto.dir/build.make:158: set di istruzioni per l'obiettivo "src/CMakeFiles/Crypto.dir/crypto/crypto.cpp.o" non riuscito
make[2]: *** [src/CMakeFiles/Crypto.dir/crypto/crypto.cpp.o] Errore 1
CMakeFiles/Makefile2:604: set di istruzioni per l'obiettivo "src/CMakeFiles/Crypto.dir/all" non riuscito
make[1]: *** [src/CMakeFiles/Crypto.dir/all] Errore 2
Makefile:94: set di istruzioni per l'obiettivo "all" non riuscito
make: *** [all] Errore 2
Remove temporary files..."

I got the same error on Ubuntu 16.10. Here is a work around before it's fixed:

use ubuntu 16.04 with those dependencies:
sudo apt-get -y install build-essential python-dev gcc-4.9 g++-4.9 git cmake libboost1.58-all-dev librocksdb-dev

Work with ubuntu 17.10?


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on June 02, 2017, 09:27:02 AM


./simplewallet --config-file configs/mycoin.conf

and then follow the dialog. It should work


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: quyennh on June 02, 2017, 10:47:34 AM


./simplewallet --config-file configs/mycoin.conf

and then follow the dialog. It should work

Some think wrong here :

./simplewallet --config-file configs/mycoin.conf
Failed to parse arguments: unrecognised option '--config-file'

thank for advisor Sir.


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on June 14, 2017, 10:19:28 PM
Forknote 2.0.6 is released. Using Bytecoin 2.0.6 as core.

Binaries:
https://github.com/forknote/forknote/releases/tag/2.0.6

Source:
https://github.com/forknote/forknote/


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: cryptomaxsun on June 15, 2017, 01:47:10 PM
Forknote 2.0.6 is released. Using Bytecoin 2.0.6 as core.

Binaries:
https://github.com/forknote/forknote/releases/tag/2.0.6

Source:
https://github.com/forknote/forknote/
Broken file  forknote-linux.tar.gz, downloaded several times, error while archiving

Code:
/home/max/forknote-linux.tar.gz.2:396: warning [p 15, 5.0i]: can't break line
/home/max/forknote-linux.tar.gz.2:397: warning [p 15, 5.2i]: can't break line
/home/max/forknote-linux.tar.gz.2:398: normal or special character expected (got a space)
/home/max/forknote-linux.tar.gz.2:398: normal or special character expected (got a backspace character)
/home/max/forknote-linux.tar.gz.2:398: translation to \% ignored in this context
/home/max/forknote-linux.tar.gz.2:398: warning: can't find character with input code 173
/home/max/forknote-linux.tar.gz.2:398: normal or special character expected (got a leader character)
/home/max/forknote-linux.tar.gz.2:398: warning [p 15, 5.3i]: can't break line
/home/max/forknote-linux.tar.gz.2:399: warning [p 15, 5.5i]: can't break line
/home/max/forknote-linux.tar.gz.2:399: warning [p 15, 5.7i]: can't break line
/home/max/forknote-linux.tar.gz.2:399: warning [p 15, 5.8i]: can't break line


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on June 16, 2017, 01:08:41 AM
Forknote 2.0.6 is released. Using Bytecoin 2.0.6 as core.

Binaries:
https://github.com/forknote/forknote/releases/tag/2.0.6

Source:
https://github.com/forknote/forknote/
Broken file  forknote-linux.tar.gz, downloaded several times, error while archiving

Code:
/home/max/forknote-linux.tar.gz.2:396: warning [p 15, 5.0i]: can't break line
/home/max/forknote-linux.tar.gz.2:397: warning [p 15, 5.2i]: can't break line
/home/max/forknote-linux.tar.gz.2:398: normal or special character expected (got a space)
/home/max/forknote-linux.tar.gz.2:398: normal or special character expected (got a backspace character)
/home/max/forknote-linux.tar.gz.2:398: translation to \% ignored in this context
/home/max/forknote-linux.tar.gz.2:398: warning: can't find character with input code 173
/home/max/forknote-linux.tar.gz.2:398: normal or special character expected (got a leader character)
/home/max/forknote-linux.tar.gz.2:398: warning [p 15, 5.3i]: can't break line
/home/max/forknote-linux.tar.gz.2:399: warning [p 15, 5.5i]: can't break line
/home/max/forknote-linux.tar.gz.2:399: warning [p 15, 5.7i]: can't break line
/home/max/forknote-linux.tar.gz.2:399: warning [p 15, 5.8i]: can't break line


I deployed with the same archive on a couple of machines without problem. Can you confirm it's the same md5 sum?
MD5 (forknote-linux.tar.gz) = d41524f3ba3658d74aec4c4324197dba


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: eeX on June 19, 2017, 08:16:21 PM
slb,

how do you feel, is it possible to switch MCN [Moneta Verde] to forknote?


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: sirandrei on June 22, 2017, 09:26:08 PM
slb,
What is the difference between your coin and cryptonote from here https://cryptonotestarter.org/inner.html ?


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on June 23, 2017, 02:20:34 AM
slb,

how do you feel, is it possible to switch MCN [Moneta Verde] to forknote?

Adding merged mining to Forknote is a priority. Moneta Verde should run fine if we support merged mining


slb,
What is the difference between your coin and cryptonote from here https://cryptonotestarter.org/inner.html ?

You don't need to compile to create a network. You don't need to wonder how you will integrate security fixes, as long as they are fixed in Bytecoin/Forknote.
Still nobody does this, but you can actually create on-demand blockchains fast and easy. Linking them will open a lot of possibilities.


PS: We are experiencing some issues with v2.0.6. Use the prior version (v2.0.4) if you are experiencing some odd problems.


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: silverkamote on June 23, 2017, 04:03:43 AM
So basically once you release the updated Forknote based on the latest Bytecoin release, all Forknote currencies are already updated, right?
The idea is quite nice from technology point of view. However, it is a central point-of-failure for a number of decentralized currencies (existing and potential). What happens if one day you decide to abandon this idea and stop updating Forknote?


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: cryptomaxsun on June 23, 2017, 04:58:46 AM
offtop.
slb, pool dinastycoin democats what port API?
Need for page Network.


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on June 23, 2017, 06:23:26 AM
So basically once you release the updated Forknote based on the latest Bytecoin release, all Forknote currencies are already updated, right?
The idea is quite nice from technology point of view. However, it is a central point-of-failure for a number of decentralized currencies (existing and potential). What happens if one day you decide to abandon this idea and stop updating Forknote?

It's an open source project, anyone is welcome to contribute or fork. I guess if multiple currencies have $20mil combined marketcap (we have ~$2mil now) they will find a way to pay someone to merge the latest bytecoin or monero version. The more disturbing issue is the hashrate required, but i think we will be able to overcome this with merged mining (and POS eventually).


offtop.
slb, pool dinastycoin democats what port API?
Need for page Network.

http://nodes1.democats.org:7650


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: sirandrei on June 23, 2017, 02:13:52 PM
Thanks for your previous and acurate answer. I have just created a testing coin. I guess I am at the last step - sync with network.
When running ./forknoted --config-file configs/my.conf i get this:

Sync data returned unknown top block: 227650 -> 1294061 [1066411 blocks (1481 days) behind]

Why the sync is so behind for a new coin? Is there a faster way to sync?


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on June 24, 2017, 05:14:07 AM
Thanks for your previous and acurate answer. I have just created a testing coin. I guess I am at the last step - sync with network.
When running ./forknoted --config-file configs/my.conf i get this:

Sync data returned unknown top block: 227650 -> 1294061 [1066411 blocks (1481 days) behind]

Why the sync is so behind for a new coin? Is there a faster way to sync?


You need to add your own nodes


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: sirandrei on June 24, 2017, 12:04:11 PM
slb thanks. I am willing to create a help (and youtube video tutorial) but first I have to figure out for myself :)
So please, tell me:
1. Is mandatory to have 2 seeding nodes? If YES, the config file should contain both seeding nodes IPs?
2. Genesis coinbase transaction hex. When creating config file using the form from your website, I see that a genesis hex is generated. If I later run ./forknoted --config-file configs/imaginary_blockchain.conf --print-genesis-tx, a new genesis hex will be generated. Should I replace it in the config file? Or can I leave the genesis hex genereted before (by your website form) ?

I wrote a small tutorial file with I belive is nedeed to create own coin. The tutorial is here https://pastebin.com/TRsDzy2u

I am not sure if it is correct. Thanks!


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on June 24, 2017, 02:46:52 PM
slb thanks. I am willing to create a help (and youtube video tutorial) but first I have to figure out for myself :)
So please, tell me:
1. Is mandatory to have 2 seeding nodes? If YES, the config file should contain both seeding nodes IPs?
2. Genesis coinbase transaction hex. When creating config file using the form from your website, I see that a genesis hex is generated. If I later run ./forknoted --config-file configs/imaginary_blockchain.conf --print-genesis-tx, a new genesis hex will be generated. Should I replace it in the config file? Or can I leave the genesis hex genereted before (by your website form) ?

I wrote a small tutorial file with I belive is nedeed to create own coin. The tutorial is here https://pastebin.com/TRsDzy2u

I am not sure if it is correct. Thanks!

It seams correct.
You need 2 nodes and both of them in the config file
If you do not change parameters or premined address there is no need to change the genesis tx hex


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: sirandrei on June 25, 2017, 12:24:27 AM
I think I managed to create it.
I have 2 seeding nodes.
I run ./forknoted --config-file configs/one.conf on both of them
This is the config file which is on both of the nodes
Quote
seed-node=13.78.180.70:38584
seed-node=52.161.22.53:22241
EMISSION_SPEED_FACTOR=18
DIFFICULTY_TARGET=120
CRYPTONOTE_DISPLAY_DECIMAL_POINT=6
MONEY_SUPPLY=1844674407370955
GENESIS_BLOCK_REWARD=0
DEFAULT_DUST_THRESHOLD=100
MINIMUM_FEE=100
CRYPTONOTE_MINED_MONEY_UNLOCK_WINDOW=10
CRYPTONOTE_BLOCK_GRANTED_FULL_REWARD_ZONE=100000
CRYPTONOTE_PUBLIC_ADDRESS_BASE58_PREFIX=55
p2p-bind-port=38584
rpc-bind-port=38585
BYTECOIN_NETWORK=0bf5a860-c4bb-97e1-2b5a-c29af5727377
CRYPTONOTE_NAME=one
GENESIS_COINBASE_TX_HEX=010a01ff0001b1ddb89b1a029b2e4c0281c0b02e7c53291a94d1d0cbff8883f8024f5142ee494ffbbd088071210184a550f80905e24c3deea73f83aba94717846eff32973ca64e03ff79c6079789
MAX_BLOCK_SIZE_INITIAL=100000
UPGRADE_HEIGHT_V2=1
UPGRADE_HEIGHT_V3=2

This is the result
http://i.imgur.com/VlnhNOg.png

Is it Ok so far?
I created a wallet file
http://i.imgur.com/iGjtleB.png

What is next? How do I start mining? I used this command but nothing is happen
http://i.imgur.com/X3vdaP7.png


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: KittyCatTech on July 17, 2017, 11:30:10 PM
Is it possible to run two different Forknote coins on the same VPS?

If so, how do you recommend doing it?

Thanks!


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on July 18, 2017, 04:46:28 AM
Is it possible to run two different Forknote coins on the same VPS?

If so, how do you recommend doing it?

Thanks!
You can run as many as you like. You just must have different p2p and rpc ports on all configs


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: eeX on July 20, 2017, 06:08:05 AM
non problems at all.
just use different folders to keep different coins separated and use .bat file and settings file parameters to use one of them - like below:

--config-file C:\BIN\BIT\QCN\qcn.ini --data-dir B:\BLOCKS\QCN --log-file B:\BLOCKS\qcnd.log

and/or

log-file=B:\BLOCKS\qcnd.log


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: crossini on July 22, 2017, 06:51:21 AM
i have create a new coin from forknote generator


2017-Jul-22 08:42:00.852658 WARNING Checkpoint block hash mismatch for block 655255584deceb8a1aa1be41b42c89bc891bbb5632b5abc43bfc4c8a197ae012
2017-Jul-22 08:42:04.932268 WARNING CHECKPOINT FAILED FOR HEIGHT 79000. EXPECTED HASH: cae33204e624faeb64938d80073bb7bbacc27017dc63f36c5c0f313cad455a02, FETCHED HASH: 265919798af0bc54175053aa632858dc009e7719c558a397bd34a35e51039224


Now after a few months I get this error.
Can anyone help me solve it?

Thanks


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on July 22, 2017, 12:56:13 PM
i have create a new coin from forknote generator


2017-Jul-22 08:42:00.852658 WARNING Checkpoint block hash mismatch for block 655255584deceb8a1aa1be41b42c89bc891bbb5632b5abc43bfc4c8a197ae012
2017-Jul-22 08:42:04.932268 WARNING CHECKPOINT FAILED FOR HEIGHT 79000. EXPECTED HASH: cae33204e624faeb64938d80073bb7bbacc27017dc63f36c5c0f313cad455a02, FETCHED HASH: 265919798af0bc54175053aa632858dc009e7719c558a397bd34a35e51039224


Now after a few months I get this error.
Can anyone help me solve it?

Thanks


Add a checkpoint


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: ifte104 on July 22, 2017, 04:53:43 PM
can i send coins to exchange sites with payment id? If yes, How to do that ?


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on July 28, 2017, 11:58:30 PM
New Forknote version released (v2.0.6.1):
https://github.com/forknote/forknote/releases/tag/2.0.6.1

Changes in this version:
Bug fixes


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: eeX on July 30, 2017, 09:13:58 AM
Thanks for an update!


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: belindat on August 11, 2017, 03:39:41 PM
How to get the first Genesis block reward?
I have configured (Percentage of premined coins) 10% but when mining it was unsuccessful.
I have tried many times and failed, please help me.


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: cosmin3434 on August 11, 2017, 05:39:47 PM
Hi All!

I could really use some help here... I've been trying for days to generate a correct genesis block reward for a new blockchain without much success...

I can generate the GENESIS_COINBASE_TX_HEX and I include it in the config file. I can also mine the first block in the wallet which I've set to print the genesis block.

However, when I try to transfer any amount from this wallet I get Transaction ........ is not valid. Reason: Transaction has input with invalid signature and TX verification failed. The amount never gets out of the local pool, to other nodes or daemons.
If I restart the daemon and reset the wallets the amount is unlocked and I can see it again in available balance but it never reaches the destination wallet.

Also, there seems to be another problem with the transactions. If I have a wallet (not the genesis block wallet) into which I have mined a n amount of coins, whenever I make a transaction to another wallet, the daemons throw a warning:
Transaction ....... is not valid. Reason: Transaction uses spent key image. However... the transaction goes through in the end and the receiving wallet actually receives the coins.

If anyone could help with this, I would really appreciate it.

Thank you,
Cosmin


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: eeX on August 21, 2017, 12:25:15 PM
VERSION 2.1.0 just released @ Github - https://github.com/forknote/forknote/releases/tag/2.1.0

Changes:

    Core changed to Bytecoin 2.1.0
    Extended support for Zawi Difficulty Algorithm
    Bug fixes

Binaries will be compiled very soon :)


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on August 21, 2017, 11:44:22 PM
VERSION 2.1.0 just released @ Github - https://github.com/forknote/forknote/releases/tag/2.1.0

Changes:

    Core changed to Bytecoin 2.1.0
    Extended support for Zawi Difficulty Algorithm
    Bug fixes

Binaries will be compiled very soon :)

Binaries:
https://github.com/forknote/forknote/releases/tag/2.1.0


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: eeX on August 22, 2017, 08:12:14 AM
Thanks a lot!


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: elGuilleAR on August 29, 2017, 08:32:21 PM
Hello dear members. Is there an active peer/seed node for bitcoal?.
Both bitcoal and forknoted seems to be down every seed node; however there is a pool Democats who is actually having a pool on that coin.

Thanks.-


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on August 29, 2017, 10:17:50 PM
Hello dear members. Is there an active peer/seed node for bitcoal?.
Both bitcoal and forknoted seems to be down every seed node; however there is a pool Democats who is actually having a pool on that coin.

Thanks.-
seed-node=108.61.188.93:7700
seed-node=78.47.186.74:7700


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: elGuilleAR on August 30, 2017, 12:12:34 AM
Thanks slb!. It works! now it is syncing.


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: cryptomaxsun on September 01, 2017, 06:16:07 PM
can not send coins

Code:
2017-Sep-01 21:13:30.874389 ERROR   Error: Internal node error

how to fix?


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on September 01, 2017, 07:47:44 PM
can not send coins

Code:
2017-Sep-01 21:13:30.874389 ERROR   Error: Internal node error

how to fix?
Where do you got this message? Any additional error with log_level 3?


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: cryptomaxsun on September 02, 2017, 03:46:00 AM
can not send coins

Code:
2017-Sep-01 21:13:30.874389 ERROR   Error: Internal node error

how to fix?
Where do you got this message? Any additional error with log_level 3?
Last version forknote, Dinastycoin.


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: eeX on September 03, 2017, 09:26:48 AM
bytecoin show new release.

BTW slb, are you going to add GUI wallet to forknote apps?


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: cryptomaxsun on September 03, 2017, 01:00:25 PM
Last release Forknote, Dashcoin.
Synchronizatoin stop in 690424 block.

Code:
2017-Sep-03 15:56:43.059218 INFO    SYNCHRONIZATION started
2017-Sep-03 15:56:51.886312 ERROR   push block 6e8e5cb81e15f3e49d4418f4fc2a463b3a01291cfcc9e8337cb64dba94c0f118 write failed: Internal error
2017-Sep-03 15:56:51.886855 WARNING [45.76.34.101:7610 OUT] Exception in connectionHandler: Internal error
2017-Sep-03 15:57:01.290379 INFO    [88.99.172.92:29080 OUT] Sync data returned unknown top block: 690424 -> 786872 [96448 blocks (133 days) behind]

Help me, please!


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: elGuilleAR on September 03, 2017, 07:33:18 PM
bytecoin show new release.

BTW slb, are you going to add GUI wallet to forknote apps?

@eeX: You won me!. I was thinking since last 2 weeks about it.  :D


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on September 04, 2017, 06:13:59 AM
can not send coins

Code:
2017-Sep-01 21:13:30.874389 ERROR   Error: Internal node error

how to fix?
Where do you got this message? Any additional error with log_level 3?
Last version forknote, Dinastycoin.
Maybe the wallet is corrupted. Try to recover from backup


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on September 04, 2017, 06:21:21 AM
Last release Forknote, Dashcoin.
Synchronizatoin stop in 690424 block.

Code:
2017-Sep-03 15:56:43.059218 INFO    SYNCHRONIZATION started
2017-Sep-03 15:56:51.886312 ERROR   push block 6e8e5cb81e15f3e49d4418f4fc2a463b3a01291cfcc9e8337cb64dba94c0f118 write failed: Internal error
2017-Sep-03 15:56:51.886855 WARNING [45.76.34.101:7610 OUT] Exception in connectionHandler: Internal error
2017-Sep-03 15:57:01.290379 INFO    [88.99.172.92:29080 OUT] Sync data returned unknown top block: 690424 -> 786872 [96448 blocks (133 days) behind]

Help me, please!
What error are you getting with log level 3?


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: cryptomaxsun on September 04, 2017, 06:22:21 AM
can not send coins

Code:
2017-Sep-01 21:13:30.874389 ERROR   Error: Internal node error

how to fix?
Where do you got this message? Any additional error with log_level 3?
Last version forknote, Dinastycoin.
Maybe the wallet is corrupted. Try to recover from backup
How Gb blockchain dashcoin?
Free 14 GB, synchronization block 680 000, later corrupted, no free space, free 6 Gb.


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: cryptomaxsun on September 04, 2017, 11:21:30 AM
what with a coin QuazarCoin?
Was there a fork there?
What is the current configuration file forknote use?


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: elGuilleAR on September 04, 2017, 12:14:32 PM
what with a coin QuazarCoin?
Was there a fork there?
What is the current configuration file forknote use?

Here you may find the latest Quazarcoin config, based on Forknote.
https://github.com/forknote/configs

Remember there are 2 QCN at this moment, the one running on Minergate's  (with the bug descripted by @slb and discover by Monero's team which is a bug con cryptonote protocol, if my mind don't fail) so you cannot send QCN from one blockchain to another. Take care.
HitBTC said they are going to support the major hashrate QCN network so by now, Minergate's is the major one.


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: cryptomaxsun on September 04, 2017, 12:21:27 PM
what with a coin QuazarCoin?
Was there a fork there?
What is the current configuration file forknote use?

Here you may find the latest Quazarcoin config, based on Forknote.
https://github.com/forknote/configs

Remember there are 2 QCN at this moment, the one running on Minergate's  (with the bug descripted by @slb and discover by Monero's team which is a bug con cryptonote protocol, if my mind don't fail) so you cannot send QCN from one blockchain to another. Take care.
HitBTC said they are going to support the major hashrate QCN network so by now, Minergate's is the major one.

there are 2 configs, one year has not been updated. does the exchange support it?


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: eeX on September 11, 2017, 05:34:38 PM
configs doesn't matter, just coins itself...


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: elGuilleAR on September 12, 2017, 01:44:03 AM
Hello:

Since the last from 2.1.0 to 2.1.1 I cannot compile them from source.
I already downloaded the compiled version to upgrade the pools, however, if I try to compile the version from source (automated process I made) it just fail with this error.
I think it is something related to Makefile rule.

make[3]: Entering directory '/home/escavo/cryptos/cryptonote/forknote/build/release'
make[3]: Leaving directory '/home/escavo/cryptos/cryptonote/forknote/build/release'
make[3]: Entering directory '/home/escavo/cryptos/cryptonote/forknote/build/release'
make[4]: Entering directory '/home/escavo/cryptos/cryptonote/forknote/external/rocksdb'
  GEN      util/build_version.cc
make[4]: *** No rule to make target 'util/scoped_arena_iterator.h', needed by 'db/column_family.o'.  Stop.
make[4]: Leaving directory '/home/escavo/cryptos/cryptonote/forknote/external/rocksdb'
external/CMakeFiles/rocksdb.dir/build.make:57: recipe for target 'external/CMakeFiles/rocksdb' failed
make[3]: *** [external/CMakeFiles/rocksdb] Error 2
make[3]: Leaving directory '/home/escavo/cryptos/cryptonote/forknote/build/release'
CMakeFiles/Makefile2:126: recipe for target 'external/CMakeFiles/rocksdb.dir/all' failed
make[2]: *** [external/CMakeFiles/rocksdb.dir/all] Error 2
make[2]: Leaving directory '/home/escavo/cryptos/cryptonote/forknote/build/release'
Makefile:94: recipe for target 'all' failed
make[1]: *** [all] Error 2
make[1]: Leaving directory '/home/escavo/cryptos/cryptonote/forknote/build/release'
Makefile:20: recipe for target 'build-release' failed
make: *** [build-release] Error 2


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on September 12, 2017, 01:58:14 AM
Hello:

Since the last from 2.1.0 to 2.1.1 I cannot compile them from source.
I already downloaded the compiled version to upgrade the pools, however, if I try to compile the version from source (automated process I made) it just fail with this error.
I think it is something related to Makefile rule.

make[3]: Entering directory '/home/escavo/cryptos/cryptonote/forknote/build/release'
make[3]: Leaving directory '/home/escavo/cryptos/cryptonote/forknote/build/release'
make[3]: Entering directory '/home/escavo/cryptos/cryptonote/forknote/build/release'
make[4]: Entering directory '/home/escavo/cryptos/cryptonote/forknote/external/rocksdb'
  GEN      util/build_version.cc
make[4]: *** No rule to make target 'util/scoped_arena_iterator.h', needed by 'db/column_family.o'.  Stop.
make[4]: Leaving directory '/home/escavo/cryptos/cryptonote/forknote/external/rocksdb'
external/CMakeFiles/rocksdb.dir/build.make:57: recipe for target 'external/CMakeFiles/rocksdb' failed
make[3]: *** [external/CMakeFiles/rocksdb] Error 2
make[3]: Leaving directory '/home/escavo/cryptos/cryptonote/forknote/build/release'
CMakeFiles/Makefile2:126: recipe for target 'external/CMakeFiles/rocksdb.dir/all' failed
make[2]: *** [external/CMakeFiles/rocksdb.dir/all] Error 2
make[2]: Leaving directory '/home/escavo/cryptos/cryptonote/forknote/build/release'
Makefile:94: recipe for target 'all' failed
make[1]: *** [all] Error 2
make[1]: Leaving directory '/home/escavo/cryptos/cryptonote/forknote/build/release'
Makefile:20: recipe for target 'build-release' failed
make: *** [build-release] Error 2


OS?  The only difference in the core is rocksdb version update


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: elGuilleAR on September 12, 2017, 02:03:36 AM
Hello:

Since the last from 2.1.0 to 2.1.1 I cannot compile them from source.
I already downloaded the compiled version to upgrade the pools, however, if I try to compile the version from source (automated process I made) it just fail with this error.
I think it is something related to Makefile rule.

make[3]: Entering directory '/home/escavo/cryptos/cryptonote/forknote/build/release'
make[3]: Leaving directory '/home/escavo/cryptos/cryptonote/forknote/build/release'
make[3]: Entering directory '/home/escavo/cryptos/cryptonote/forknote/build/release'
make[4]: Entering directory '/home/escavo/cryptos/cryptonote/forknote/external/rocksdb'
  GEN      util/build_version.cc
make[4]: *** No rule to make target 'util/scoped_arena_iterator.h', needed by 'db/column_family.o'.  Stop.
make[4]: Leaving directory '/home/escavo/cryptos/cryptonote/forknote/external/rocksdb'
external/CMakeFiles/rocksdb.dir/build.make:57: recipe for target 'external/CMakeFiles/rocksdb' failed
make[3]: *** [external/CMakeFiles/rocksdb] Error 2
make[3]: Leaving directory '/home/escavo/cryptos/cryptonote/forknote/build/release'
CMakeFiles/Makefile2:126: recipe for target 'external/CMakeFiles/rocksdb.dir/all' failed
make[2]: *** [external/CMakeFiles/rocksdb.dir/all] Error 2
make[2]: Leaving directory '/home/escavo/cryptos/cryptonote/forknote/build/release'
Makefile:94: recipe for target 'all' failed
make[1]: *** [all] Error 2
make[1]: Leaving directory '/home/escavo/cryptos/cryptonote/forknote/build/release'
Makefile:20: recipe for target 'build-release' failed
make: *** [build-release] Error 2


OS?  The only difference in the core is rocksdb version update

Yes, I know. The error is on rocksdb.
Ubuntu 16.04 (Xenial).

Thanks @slb


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: elGuilleAR on September 12, 2017, 03:31:51 AM
Hello:

Since the last from 2.1.0 to 2.1.1 I cannot compile them from source.
I already downloaded the compiled version to upgrade the pools, however, if I try to compile the version from source (automated process I made) it just fail with this error.
I think it is something related to Makefile rule.

make[3]: Entering directory '/home/escavo/cryptos/cryptonote/forknote/build/release'
make[3]: Leaving directory '/home/escavo/cryptos/cryptonote/forknote/build/release'
make[3]: Entering directory '/home/escavo/cryptos/cryptonote/forknote/build/release'
make[4]: Entering directory '/home/escavo/cryptos/cryptonote/forknote/external/rocksdb'
  GEN      util/build_version.cc
make[4]: *** No rule to make target 'util/scoped_arena_iterator.h', needed by 'db/column_family.o'.  Stop.
make[4]: Leaving directory '/home/escavo/cryptos/cryptonote/forknote/external/rocksdb'
external/CMakeFiles/rocksdb.dir/build.make:57: recipe for target 'external/CMakeFiles/rocksdb' failed
make[3]: *** [external/CMakeFiles/rocksdb] Error 2
make[3]: Leaving directory '/home/escavo/cryptos/cryptonote/forknote/build/release'
CMakeFiles/Makefile2:126: recipe for target 'external/CMakeFiles/rocksdb.dir/all' failed
make[2]: *** [external/CMakeFiles/rocksdb.dir/all] Error 2
make[2]: Leaving directory '/home/escavo/cryptos/cryptonote/forknote/build/release'
Makefile:94: recipe for target 'all' failed
make[1]: *** [all] Error 2
make[1]: Leaving directory '/home/escavo/cryptos/cryptonote/forknote/build/release'
Makefile:20: recipe for target 'build-release' failed
make: *** [build-release] Error 2


OS?  The only difference in the core is rocksdb version update

Yes, I know. The error is on rocksdb.
Ubuntu 16.04 (Xenial).

Thanks @slb
It seems that it is solved.
Problem: git pull
Solution: delete the whole folder and git clone again. After that, compilations works PERFECTLY!

Tnx.-


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on September 13, 2017, 10:49:57 AM
Hello,

Forknote 2.1.1 is released:
https://github.com/forknote/forknote/releases/tag/2.1.1

Changes:
* Core changed to Bytecoin 2.1.1
* Added *MIN_MIXIN* option
* Added *MANDATORY_MIXIN_BLOCK_VERSION* option
* Added *MIXIN_START_HEIGHT* option
* Added *BUGGED_ZAWY_DIFFICULTY_BLOCK_INDEX* option in order to fix bug in

In this version you can protect your coins from replay attack. If you have old Dashcoin or Quazarcoin wallet, you can use it safely on both "Double spendings patched" and Minergate networks. You must upgrade your configs with the newest ones:
https://github.com/forknote/configs


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: eeX on September 14, 2017, 09:32:49 AM
hello slb,

could you explain options below?

MIN_MIXIN
MANDATORY_MIXIN_BLOCK_VERSION
MIXIN_START_HEIGHT
BUGGED_ZAWY_DIFFICULTY_BLOCK_INDEX


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on September 14, 2017, 12:12:29 PM
hello slb,

could you explain options below?

MIN_MIXIN
MANDATORY_MIXIN_BLOCK_VERSION
MIXIN_START_HEIGHT
BUGGED_ZAWY_DIFFICULTY_BLOCK_INDEX

BUGGED_ZAWY_DIFFICULTY_BLOCK_INDEX:   used only by coins adopted bugged ZAWY_DIFFICULTY_BLOCK_INDEX
MANDATORY_MIXIN_BLOCK_VERSION:   Enforce minimum mixin MIN_MIXIN on blockchain level, after block with major version bigger than [this value]
MIN_MIXIN:   minimum mixin amount. Not enforced by default on blockchain level
MIXIN_START_HEIGHT:    minimum block height of the used outputs for mixin

Also, those were added in the preview version:
ZAWY_DIFFICULTY_BLOCK_INDEX   Activates Zawy difficulty after certain block height
ZAWY_DIFFICULTY_DIFFICULTY_BLOCK_VERSION   Activates Zawy difficulty after block major version
ZAWY_DIFFICULTY_V2   ‘1’ if the coin uses Zawy difficulty. Active if the block major version is >=2


Description of all available parameters can be found here:
http://forknote.net/documentation/daemon/#blockchain-options


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: eeX on September 14, 2017, 09:03:02 PM
Thanks


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: elGuilleAR on September 19, 2017, 02:02:07 AM
Hello:

We are having problems, I can say we have three issues :D :-\:

1st one:

Running pool for Quazarcoin and Bikercoin (both forknote based) when pool tries to send rewards to miners, 9 o 10 times it says "internal node error" on forknote-pool, and in daemon log it says "transactions uses spent key images"

On node:
2017-09-18 22:54:58 [payments] Error with send_transaction RPC request to wallet daemon {"code":-4,"message":"Internal node error"}
2017-09-18 22:54:58 [payments] Payments failed to send to {"amount":10000000000,"address":"bic.............."}


On daemon:
2017-Sep-18 22:54:58.932071 WARNING [Core] Transaction 793829af4957b16eac94f921bec5deb1bbd0d2d3c31ca9483caf940996f7ddb6 is not valid. Reason: Transaction uses spent key image


2nd one:
Quazarcoin always crushes with segmentation fault (compiled from source or binaries downloaded). Both for Linux.
At first, I thought it was because of memory lack; however I ran daemons on a server with 16 GB and same happens.
Am I missing something?

3rd one: 0 coins after a reset command in wallet (pool and personal wallet)

Personal Wallet before RESET:
[wallet bickxW]: balance
2017-Sep-19 00:34:36.560256 INFO    available balance: 56733.42000000, locked amount: 4900.00000000
[wallet bickxW]: 2017-Sep-19 00:37:05.533618 INFO    Unconfirmed transaction 5b5825a4f77885e79104fb88dcdb4b64a7a85c5e2e812d2fc8260d3f2d1c9e39, received 100.00000000
2017-Sep-19 00:40:39.897921 INFO    Unconfirmed transaction c41018a2e4971692635c4fe88d8c057abad4b082a535ead712303ae925de03a6, received 100.00000000
2017-Sep-19 00:44:09.717426 INFO    Unconfirmed transaction 8e2470594aad319012018cb2f5cc3743b42977ffcb81f349e1c7ed991e6d5563, received 100.00000000
2017-Sep-19 00:47:40.041786 INFO    Unconfirmed transaction 821bfc78018c0530ec1a8d8863c4c9182edb7fdd358aa2f3b7a659201bd1a94a, received 100.00000000
2017-Sep-19 00:51:13.477700 INFO    Unconfirmed transaction 8ab4c2adbf9458b6592ec89fa5357e8ebaea420b0e05c5c6c5cf949dc30267d9, received 100.00000000
2017-Sep-19 00:54:46.429318 INFO    Unconfirmed transaction c3e0556d80a13a7c78f63f8445d747eafdf161cbb2683ea10bbefeb5f3728b17, received 100.00000000


Personal Wallet after reset
2017-Sep-19 01:15:42.701038 INFO    **********************************************************************
Use "help" command to see the list of available commands.
**********************************************************************
Height 303838 of 303838
[wallet bickxW]: balance
2017-Sep-19 01:15:47.402897 INFO    available balance: 0.00000000, locked amount: 0.00000000

What the heck!, did I miss all of the coins?.

thanks in advance.-


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on September 19, 2017, 01:04:58 PM
Hello:

We are having problems, I can say we have three issues :D :-\:

1st one:

Running pool for Quazarcoin and Bikercoin (both forknote based) when pool tries to send rewards to miners, 9 o 10 times it says "internal node error" on forknote-pool, and in daemon log it says "transactions uses spent key images"

On node:
2017-09-18 22:54:58 [payments] Error with send_transaction RPC request to wallet daemon {"code":-4,"message":"Internal node error"}
2017-09-18 22:54:58 [payments] Payments failed to send to {"amount":10000000000,"address":"bic.............."}


On daemon:
2017-Sep-18 22:54:58.932071 WARNING [Core] Transaction 793829af4957b16eac94f921bec5deb1bbd0d2d3c31ca9483caf940996f7ddb6 is not valid. Reason: Transaction uses spent key image

Maybe it's related to "3rd one"


2nd one:
Quazarcoin always crushes with segmentation fault (compiled from source or binaries downloaded). Both for Linux.
At first, I thought it was because of memory lack; however I ran daemons on a server with 16 GB and same happens.
Am I missing something?

Do you have the replay attack protection in the config?


3rd one: 0 coins after a reset command in wallet (pool and personal wallet)

Personal Wallet before RESET:
[wallet bickxW]: balance
2017-Sep-19 00:34:36.560256 INFO    available balance: 56733.42000000, locked amount: 4900.00000000
[wallet bickxW]: 2017-Sep-19 00:37:05.533618 INFO    Unconfirmed transaction 5b5825a4f77885e79104fb88dcdb4b64a7a85c5e2e812d2fc8260d3f2d1c9e39, received 100.00000000
2017-Sep-19 00:40:39.897921 INFO    Unconfirmed transaction c41018a2e4971692635c4fe88d8c057abad4b082a535ead712303ae925de03a6, received 100.00000000
2017-Sep-19 00:44:09.717426 INFO    Unconfirmed transaction 8e2470594aad319012018cb2f5cc3743b42977ffcb81f349e1c7ed991e6d5563, received 100.00000000
2017-Sep-19 00:47:40.041786 INFO    Unconfirmed transaction 821bfc78018c0530ec1a8d8863c4c9182edb7fdd358aa2f3b7a659201bd1a94a, received 100.00000000
2017-Sep-19 00:51:13.477700 INFO    Unconfirmed transaction 8ab4c2adbf9458b6592ec89fa5357e8ebaea420b0e05c5c6c5cf949dc30267d9, received 100.00000000
2017-Sep-19 00:54:46.429318 INFO    Unconfirmed transaction c3e0556d80a13a7c78f63f8445d747eafdf161cbb2683ea10bbefeb5f3728b17, received 100.00000000


Personal Wallet after reset
2017-Sep-19 01:15:42.701038 INFO    **********************************************************************
Use "help" command to see the list of available commands.
**********************************************************************
Height 303838 of 303838
[wallet bickxW]: balance
2017-Sep-19 01:15:47.402897 INFO    available balance: 0.00000000, locked amount: 0.00000000

What the heck!, did I miss all of the coins?.

thanks in advance.-

What version are you using? This bug should be fixed in the latest version


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: elGuilleAR on September 19, 2017, 02:58:39 PM
@slb:
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Hello:

We are having problems, I can say we have three issues Cheesy Undecided:

1st one:

Running pool for Quazarcoin and Bikercoin (both forknote based) when pool tries to send rewards to miners, 9 o 10 times it says "internal node error" on forknote-pool, and in daemon log it says "transactions uses spent key images"

On node:
2017-09-18 22:54:58 [payments] Error with send_transaction RPC request to wallet daemon {"code":-4,"message":"Internal node error"}
2017-09-18 22:54:58 [payments] Payments failed to send to {"amount":10000000000,"address":"bic.............."}


On daemon:
2017-Sep-18 22:54:58.932071 WARNING [Core] Transaction 793829af4957b16eac94f921bec5deb1bbd0d2d3c31ca9483caf940996f7ddb6 is not valid. Reason: Transaction uses spent key image
Maybe it's related to "3rd one"

After delete the whole blockchain and sync again. All the coins showed up.

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2nd one:
Quazarcoin always crushes with segmentation fault (compiled from source or binaries downloaded). Both for Linux.
At first, I thought it was because of memory lack; however I ran daemons on a server with 16 GB and same happens.
Am I missing something?
Do you have the replay attack protection in the config?

Yes.
I use the bikercoin.conf in configs repo (exactly the same)
The same applies for quazarcoin.conf.
Both deleted the BC and re sync.

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3rd one: 0 coins after a reset command in wallet (pool and personal wallet)

Personal Wallet before RESET:
[wallet bickxW]: balance
2017-Sep-19 00:34:36.560256 INFO    available balance: 56733.42000000, locked amount: 4900.00000000
[wallet bickxW]: 2017-Sep-19 00:37:05.533618 INFO    Unconfirmed transaction 5b5825a4f77885e79104fb88dcdb4b64a7a85c5e2e812d2fc8260d3f2d1c9e39, received 100.00000000
2017-Sep-19 00:40:39.897921 INFO    Unconfirmed transaction c41018a2e4971692635c4fe88d8c057abad4b082a535ead712303ae925de03a6, received 100.00000000
2017-Sep-19 00:44:09.717426 INFO    Unconfirmed transaction 8e2470594aad319012018cb2f5cc3743b42977ffcb81f349e1c7ed991e6d5563, received 100.00000000
2017-Sep-19 00:47:40.041786 INFO    Unconfirmed transaction 821bfc78018c0530ec1a8d8863c4c9182edb7fdd358aa2f3b7a659201bd1a94a, received 100.00000000
2017-Sep-19 00:51:13.477700 INFO    Unconfirmed transaction 8ab4c2adbf9458b6592ec89fa5357e8ebaea420b0e05c5c6c5cf949dc30267d9, received 100.00000000
2017-Sep-19 00:54:46.429318 INFO    Unconfirmed transaction c3e0556d80a13a7c78f63f8445d747eafdf161cbb2683ea10bbefeb5f3728b17, received 100.00000000


Personal Wallet after reset
2017-Sep-19 01:15:42.701038 INFO    **********************************************************************
Use "help" command to see the list of available commands.
**********************************************************************
Height 303838 of 303838
[wallet bickxW]: balance
2017-Sep-19 01:15:47.402897 INFO    available balance: 0.00000000, locked amount: 0.00000000

What the heck!, did I miss all of the coins?.

thanks in advance.-
What version are you using? This bug should be fixed in the latest version

escavo@pool01:~/forknote$ forknoted --version --config-file configs/quazarcoin.conf
Success: Configuration file openned: "configs/quazarcoin.conf"
2017-Sep-19 11:41:19.785522 INFO    forknote v2.1.1.1245 ()
forknote v2.1.1.1245 ()
escavo@pool01:~/forknote$


I add a 4th (if you don't mind). This is the Bikercoin's wallet pool. I have lots of "spent" when pool sends reward to miners.
2017-Sep-19 11:01:47.765525 INFO    Height 300523, transaction bc2d39e3a0da5b85e4e080a2755645bb1ba1252e0080ac46c81980999840a18f, received 27.09930808
2017-Sep-19 11:01:47.767999 INFO    Height 300525, transaction 54f158077bc6c7601dec5cac0ed0c8f4b15cdbdd8de8f31002f7f514f8b9c90c, spent 100.00100000
2017-Sep-19 11:01:47.769851 INFO    Height 300525, transaction aabc110bb4f001f7ea8192062ee603fb8cd1df8d599c6a853b8cc41b27a7c98c, spent 100.00100000
2017-Sep-19 11:01:47.772558 INFO    Height 300528, transaction ec056a036247a6a2fe8e8d9a419a608c4780b802037526ad762998a81d081b35, spent 100.00100000
2017-Sep-19 11:01:47.782950 INFO    Height 300529, transaction 959e3d8a4ed31081161c780420e2b4b39767737471e6b49443fb0f78e9fc0c63, spent 100.00100000
2017-Sep-19 11:01:47.790438 INFO    Height 300532, transaction ceacd87dac823c06ec00235f85ac9160167135d9e7e3669ec4e6342dbedecff6, spent 100.00100000
2017-Sep-19 11:01:47.791178 INFO    Height 300536, transaction 77e862e6799383a49f2cdaa1559cb5ce4c15fc64cccaea04d89a4ce83edb205a, spent 100.00100000
2017-Sep-19 11:01:47.794665 INFO    Height 300540, transaction 16689db3c447750050b0a66142754d12cf4767be7fed235a0b21c37d974e644c, spent 100.00100000
2017-Sep-19 11:01:47.797022 INFO    Height 300543, transaction 33cce2ad01aaa51fccc5b6e9989eead7baac690e50c8b16aa60aa903eeeb7302, spent 100.00100000
2017-Sep-19 11:01:47.797817 INFO    Height 300548, transaction 7cb366454d32c70eb657c26f5b70365c3f50b9fefda0c1d5d1fd631c574cce5b, spent 100.00100000
2017-Sep-19 11:01:47.801076 INFO    Height 300553, transaction d44188d64bbdb415424ba0c27230b17a00bd9d156027a396ff5c21b920bae345, spent 100.00100000
2017-Sep-19 11:01:47.802654 INFO    Height 300555, transaction ef5f24d76dd12dc6832b0448c79cf9d56653e9c41699afbeee6cc857fc463261, spent 100.00100000
2017-Sep-19 11:01:47.803376 INFO    Height 300559, transaction d9aa1c0a0beb2f385e3fa96bb65428a7b14dc1c43d844b8308393703e0dbf660, spent 100.00100000
2017-Sep-19 11:01:47.806710 INFO    Height 300564, transaction e1385842946b0dc4ec34d42af59230331efc40da31c0756e90ed1d28ee90ab5d, spent 100.00100000
2017-Sep-19 11:01:48.802364 INFO    Height 300568, transaction 9bcc65af0eccfda852e178c3e6cd23a11f49f8e51b66765d8c898b8046297be6, spent 100.00100000
2017-Sep-19 11:01:48.803142 INFO    Height 300571, transaction 3f0cf7c70f7c84587e3658c4273ae7974e2ee0fd401fd5475bedd89f457c0e72, spent 100.00100000
2017-Sep-19 11:01:48.803979 INFO    Height 300575, transaction 006b467f1579653792c4a7fe5c640f3f1ad331fbf2c5b889e6138dd8ae6209e3, spent 100.00100000
2017-Sep-19 11:01:48.804767 INFO    Height 300580, transaction bab55e1d8fff8c530e8d03fcd25f5924a441f2cce4a47558d22a55942c2ca274, spent 100.00100000
2017-Sep-19 11:01:48.805455 INFO    Height 300582, transaction 4ca54e38556499415eb13d970b6ce2653550dda1bbfd8d8e58944198baaffec1, spent 100.00100000
2017-Sep-19 11:01:48.806292 INFO    Height 300584, transaction 99ea73f18fb30efa0a1155e5ac9fd560ce295932e6815f72fcfdbd930eb2b523, spent 100.00100000
2017-Sep-19 11:02:02.197812 INFO    Height 303467, transaction 8721e197617bcca083b5443dd5421cfda8c728eb847d50297b529c1e485f7cd7, received 26.94757042
2017-Sep-19 11:02:02.198347 INFO    Height 303470, transaction a5b39e8ef7b7bfb5cbfabaf3f0cbf38d0a49f2de652a7b2c90082f802a8127a4, received 26.94841622
2017-Sep-19 11:02:02.198916 INFO    Height 303473, transaction ae16195419b88f310fe7905373419ca65cc6a896694a88522bc352526d254807, received 26.94726203


I think there must be a relation between the issues.


Title: What are the reqs for doubble spend safety?
Post by: elGuilleAR on September 20, 2017, 04:57:28 AM
Excuse me if I insist with this.

Since I run several pools, I've noticed at least 5 of them with problem of doubble spend (i think).
Unconfirmed transaction 2b6fdae27984ea8f0c53eedea7f7733116453db45117e4e0337608dafc09d603, spent 50.00001000000

I realized that several news cryptocurrencies doesn't have the parameters you've just added to forknote's software.

If a new crypto is launched (from block height 0) without
MANDATORY_MIXIN_BLOCK_VERSION:   Enforce minimum mixin MIN_MIXIN on blockchain level, after block with major version bigger than [this value]
MIN_MIXIN:   minimum mixin amount. Not enforced by default on blockchain level
MIXIN_START_HEIGHT:    minimum block height of the used outputs for mixin

but they run forknoted 2.1.1 or later; are they fixed for doubble spending? or there must be mandatory to use those options?.

For example: is this config file (current block height is 3969)
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seed-node=168.235.86.217:23223
seed-node=168.235.78.224:23223
seed-node=195.214.150.84:23223
seed-node=186.16.29.117:23223
seed-node=217.197.252.111:23223
seed-node=186.17.188.71:23223
seed-node=190.23.21.30:23223
seed-node=190.37.158.24:23223
seed-node=201.217.8.20:23223
seed-node=181.122.194.108:23223
seed-node=89.223.55.100:23223
seed-node=181.123.22.188:23223
seed-node=186.14.0.119:23223
seed-node=81.61.115.212:23223
seed-node=130.204.225.237:23223
seed-node=168.235.86.217:23223
seed-node=77.70.101.49:23223
seed-node=189.235.97.192:23223
seed-node=80.234.71.12:23223
seed-node=193.192.37.212:23223
seed-node=201.217.61.94:23223
seed-node=37.57.149.231:23223
seed-node=95.29.94.107:23223
seed-node=168.235.78.224:23223
seed-node=186.91.72.49:23223
seed-node=181.123.176.217:23223
seed-node=188.113.136.160:23223
seed-node=186.14.10.202:23223
EMISSION_SPEED_FACTOR=21
DIFFICULTY_TARGET=120
CRYPTONOTE_DISPLAY_DECIMAL_POINT=6
MONEY_SUPPLY=78400000000000
GENESIS_BLOCK_REWARD=7840000000000
SYNC_FROM_ZERO=1
DEFAULT_DUST_THRESHOLD=10
MINIMUM_FEE=10
CRYPTONOTE_MINED_MONEY_UNLOCK_WINDOW=10
CRYPTONOTE_BLOCK_GRANTED_FULL_REWARD_ZONE=100000
MAX_TRANSACTION_SIZE_LIMIT=100000
CRYPTONOTE_PUBLIC_ADDRESS_BASE58_PREFIX=54
DIFFICULTY_CUT_V1=60
DIFFICULTY_CUT_V2=60
DIFFICULTY_CUT=0
DIFFICULTY_LAG_V1=15
DIFFICULTY_LAG_V2=15
DIFFICULTY_LAG=0
DIFFICULTY_WINDOW_V1=720
DIFFICULTY_WINDOW_V2=720
DIFFICULTY_WINDOW=17
ZAWY_DIFFICULTY_V3=1
ZAWY_DIFFICULTY_DIFFICULTY_BLOCK_VERSION=3
p2p-bind-port=23223
rpc-bind-port=23224
BYTECOIN_NETWORK=730e6d19-46b9-3c20-4f47-eeb8f4dfc8b2
CRYPTONOTE_NAME=ameroplus
GENESIS_COINBASE_TX_HEX=010a01ff00018080a9a396e40102bea4979de3c9921029959a9c3061ce731f192de0180e93fcf628f8483ae33fbd2101c8f509c33a1e639bb858e8efc71e0e6c092c596e8ed0782646975dc8fa745063
MAX_BLOCK_SIZE_INITIAL=100000
UPGRADE_HEIGHT_V2=1
UPGRADE_HEIGHT_V3=30


rpc-bind-ip=0.0.0.0
enable-blockchain-indexes=1
enable-cors=*


I am running forknote-pool and it supposed to have 1000 coins, how ever I only have 28.
When I looked up into the pool wallet I found lots of
Unconfirmed transaction bbe7c9aff431553d92b2371b5798ba622f8c20b7f9791788261f87f99bfc538f, spent 60.000010

This is the pool wallet.
https://i.imgur.com/eGsQ3NW.png

It only happens with a few crypto but no for everyone.
Earlier in this thread: bikercoin (config file from forknote's repos) as well as quazarcoin. and also the config file provided in this post.

Let's suppose it is no doubble spending safety, if so I think it might be corrected by modifying the config file as:
MIN_MIXIN=1
MIXIN_START_HEIGHT=30
MANDATORY_MIXIN_BLOCK_VERSION=2

Of course all of the node must be re ran with the modified config file and, once again, if so, the blockchain get well and coins that has been lost by the doubble spending, are recovered?.
Am I right? or?


Thanks in advance.



Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: fonship on October 01, 2017, 07:15:11 AM
bytecoin show new release.

BTW slb, are you going to add GUI wallet to forknote apps?

@eeX: You won me!. I was thinking since last 2 weeks about it.  :D



Looks like B2BCoin decided to donate its GUI wallet for all forknote coins, which will be great for community. Hope they do soon:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2098163.msg22333663#msg22333663


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: tropicohedge on October 01, 2017, 07:24:59 AM
Hello,

Forknote 2.1.1 is released:
https://github.com/forknote/forknote/releases/tag/2.1.1

Changes:
* Core changed to Bytecoin 2.1.1
* Added *MIN_MIXIN* option
* Added *MANDATORY_MIXIN_BLOCK_VERSION* option
* Added *MIXIN_START_HEIGHT* option
* Added *BUGGED_ZAWY_DIFFICULTY_BLOCK_INDEX* option in order to fix bug in

In this version you can protect your coins from replay attack. If you have old Dashcoin or Quazarcoin wallet, you can use it safely on both "Double spendings patched" and Minergate networks. You must upgrade your configs with the newest ones:
https://github.com/forknote/configs


Hello,

When I launch a new blockchain everything goes well but when I transfer my currency from one address to another I have this error message on the daemon:
2017-Oct-01 08: 50: 45.765359 INFO [62.210.144.195:4205 OUT] Tx verification failed
2017-Oct-01 08: 50: 45.772517 INFO [62.210.130.203:4205 OUT] Tx verification failed

On the wallet:
2017-Oct-01 08: 50: 45.575951 INFO Money successfully sent, transaction 6bced4086aa4a602e928777f88a3100a9d41930a9a2c07651fb82a18bccfc1d4

Blockchain creation form + Core 2.1.1 + 3 seednodes (VPS) + 1 miner (Dedicated server) No pool.

I have already done many tests and I always get the same result, could you tell me how to solve this problem?
Thank you


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on October 01, 2017, 04:11:22 PM

Hello,

When I launch a new blockchain everything goes well but when I transfer my currency from one address to another I have this error message on the daemon:
2017-Oct-01 08: 50: 45.765359 INFO [62.210.144.195:4205 OUT] Tx verification failed
2017-Oct-01 08: 50: 45.772517 INFO [62.210.130.203:4205 OUT] Tx verification failed

On the wallet:
2017-Oct-01 08: 50: 45.575951 INFO Money successfully sent, transaction 6bced4086aa4a602e928777f88a3100a9d41930a9a2c07651fb82a18bccfc1d4

Blockchain creation form + Core 2.1.1 + 3 seednodes (VPS) + 1 miner (Dedicated server) No pool.

I have already done many tests and I always get the same result, could you tell me how to solve this problem?
Thank you
Set log level to 4 and you will get more meaningful error. Share it here


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on October 01, 2017, 04:16:22 PM
bytecoin show new release.

BTW slb, are you going to add GUI wallet to forknote apps?

@eeX: You won me!. I was thinking since last 2 weeks about it.  :D



Looks like B2BCoin decided to donate its GUI wallet for all forknote coins, which will be great for community. Hope they do soon:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2098163.msg22333663#msg22333663
Awesome! :) We still have the 50000 DSH bounty for it by the way


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: fonship on October 01, 2017, 05:14:13 PM
bytecoin show new release.

BTW slb, are you going to add GUI wallet to forknote apps?

@eeX: You won me!. I was thinking since last 2 weeks about it.  :D



Looks like B2BCoin decided to donate its GUI wallet for all forknote coins, which will be great for community. Hope they do soon:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2098163.msg22333663#msg22333663
Awesome! :) We still have the 50000 DSH bounty for it by the way

That would be great support to a great Dev. He already launched GUI wallet, now fixing some of the bugs, lets hope soon everything works and all forknote coins can use that.


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: tropicohedge on October 01, 2017, 06:44:37 PM

Hello,

When I launch a new blockchain everything goes well but when I transfer my currency from one address to another I have this error message on the daemon:
2017-Oct-01 08: 50: 45.765359 INFO [62.210.144.195:4205 OUT] Tx verification failed
2017-Oct-01 08: 50: 45.772517 INFO [62.210.130.203:4205 OUT] Tx verification failed

On the wallet:
2017-Oct-01 08: 50: 45.575951 INFO Money successfully sent, transaction 6bced4086aa4a602e928777f88a3100a9d41930a9a2c07651fb82a18bccfc1d4

Blockchain creation form + Core 2.1.1 + 3 seednodes (VPS) + 1 miner (Dedicated server) No pool.

I have already done many tests and I always get the same result, could you tell me how to solve this problem?
Thank you
Set log level to 4 and you will get more meaningful error. Share it here

I tested 4 to 1 and there are always so many errors. I restarted several blockchain "test" to remedy an oversight on my part without result.
If you have another possibility I agree to test!
Thank you for your attention.


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: someone512 on October 02, 2017, 10:49:09 PM
Forknote (current core - Bytecoin 2.1.0)
http://forknote.net (http://forknote.net)

Forknote is tool for creating or connecting to Cryptonote blockchains. It uses Bytecoin as base, and sticks to its codebase as close as possible.

Download
https://github.com/forknote/forknote/releases

Active networks
https://github.com/forknote/configs

Connect to existing blockchains

$ ./forknoted --config-file configs/imaginary_blockchain.conf
$ ./simplewallet --config-file configs/imaginary_blockchain.conf

Create new coins

Use our form to create a Cryptonote network a matter of seconds:
http://forknote.net/create/

Learn more in our guide:
http://forknote.net/guides/setup-private-blockchain/

List of all available parameters:
http://forknote.net/documentation/daemon/#blockchain-options

You can try it by downloading Forknote:
http://forknote.net/downloads


Reddit:
https://www.reddit.com/r/forknote/


Support the project with BTC:
1M5ihpjUwQ86XWHGNVGGd3LgpJajpPJ6uR

or with DSH:
Quote
D6WLtrV1SBWV8HWQzQv8uuYuGy3uwZ8ah5iT5HovSqhTKMauquoTsKP8RBJzVqVesX87poYWQgkGWB4 NWHJ6Ravv93v4BaE


Everything compiled successfully. My question is below.
1: I am compiling from source after modifying  CryptoNoteConfig.h and then run the daemon with --config-file configs/coin.conf, it does say:
outs: 100000
to my wallet, then I start the miner in another screen, simplewallet is also running in another screen but when I check the balance using simplewallet, it never shows the premined coins, why?

Please provide a detailed answer. --Thank you.


How come you never answered my question?   ??? ??? ???


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on October 03, 2017, 06:51:59 PM

Everything compiled successfully. My question is below.
1: I am compiling from source after modifying  CryptoNoteConfig.h and then run the daemon with --config-file configs/coin.conf, it does say:
outs: 100000
to my wallet, then I start the miner in another screen, simplewallet is also running in another screen but when I check the balance using simplewallet, it never shows the premined coins, why?

Please provide a detailed answer. --Thank you.



How come you never answered my question?   ??? ??? ???

Use this line in your config:
SYNC_FROM_ZERO=1


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: quyennh on October 03, 2017, 09:34:50 PM
I got problem with Pre-Mine please help me


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: MeetThePyro on October 06, 2017, 09:05:39 PM
Hello, i'm currently starting to create my own crypto currency based on cryptonote.
 
i've follwed theses tutorials in this order:
- https://github.com/forknote/cryptonote-generator (I've generated TX HEX directly with the generator on this page : http://forknote.net/create/#/ because it doesnt work with '--print-genesis-tx'

After that i've followed this tuto to create my wallet  : http://forknote.net/guides/setup-private-blockchain/ (premine coin method's)

I've configured seed nodes on my Ubuntu server's whith this tutorial: http://forknote.net/guides/starting-seed-node/
 
But i've got some issues
In this tutorial : http://forknote.net/guides/setup-private-blockchain/#creating-configuration-file
When I try to create my config file in "fornote" folder's (cat >configs/fakecoin.conf) I havent config folder's with a file like mycoin.conf, every config files i've found wasnt in .conf but in .json
http://prntscr.com/gu6kkv

So i cant create this file et I cant verify my configuration with this command :
./forknoted --config-file configs/fakecoin.conf
 
And when I launch my wallet (simplewallet), i've got an error like "unable to connect to localhost:41048'
But im my config.json I've put my nodes :
http://prntscr.com/gu6mwt
 
Someone can help me ?
Have a nice day.

(Sorry, english is not my native language)


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on October 07, 2017, 02:24:52 AM
We need some videos showing how to create premined and no-premined networks.
I am willing to give 1000 DSH for the first 3 videos in both categories.


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: NicNacCoin on October 09, 2017, 08:05:52 AM

Hello,

When I launch a new blockchain everything goes well but when I transfer my currency from one address to another I have this error message on the daemon:
2017-Oct-01 08: 50: 45.765359 INFO [62.210.144.195:4205 OUT] Tx verification failed
2017-Oct-01 08: 50: 45.772517 INFO [62.210.130.203:4205 OUT] Tx verification failed

On the wallet:
2017-Oct-01 08: 50: 45.575951 INFO Money successfully sent, transaction 6bced4086aa4a602e928777f88a3100a9d41930a9a2c07651fb82a18bccfc1d4

Blockchain creation form + Core 2.1.1 + 3 seednodes (VPS) + 1 miner (Dedicated server) No pool.

I have already done many tests and I always get the same result, could you tell me how to solve this problem?
Thank you
Set log level to 4 and you will get more meaningful error. Share it here

I tested 4 to 1 and there are always so many errors. I restarted several blockchain "test" to remedy an oversight on my part without result.
If you have another possibility I agree to test!
Thank you for your attention.
Today I test mined your chain and able to Find blocks, unlock mined money in 20 blocks, transfer coins to 2nd wallet created, receive coins successfully to 2nd wallet and unlock received coins in 2nd wallet.
All appears to be fine atm. a
regarding Tx verification failed - error
that is message daemon usually send on connection timeout when write to server.  use set_log 4 for more details.

If your are having issues I'd suggest delete USER%AppData%Roaming tropicohedge folder resync but add checkpoints to you config file
CHECKPOINT=5000:d31de88c2c83d2f236273c14057310d5020901d43f7357ecb962ed1e66f32f25
CHECKPOINT=10000:018fdac6f084a227bc4e21c970df03e35d5c8c9482a8b6f1f2ac927911e9020c

I do have a questions?
Why you would set such a high emissions (22) that would emit only 29.05910% of total supply 1,000,000,000 coins by day 1000
Best of luck with your project.

2017-Oct-09 02:29:44.645623 INFO    Height 11131, transaction ac793e25236c4d43b12cce26fc60ff853b8fd3733c1c7876ead1d9cfad47cdf0, received 237.78669376
2017-Oct-09 02:29:44.661250 INFO    Height 11132, transaction 5b24a9997eae00606b0a99b8a6d028517852778f118ac3f0965b463b6fa1da8d, received 237.78663706
Height 11132 of 11149
[wallet TxKpht]: balance
2017-Oct-09 02:29:48.303975 INFO    available balance: 0.00000000, locked amount: 475.57333082
[wallet TxKpht]: 2017-Oct-09 02:30:31.068071 INFO    Height 11150, transaction 75082ecfc4da4577e8e8a505f6c5d06ebdd42b72e120c5f56f1453aa9f490e9a, received 237.78561660
2017-Oct-09 02:30:36.085502 INFO    Height 11151, transaction f4b4afbd481f921513302355bb6f6122bca0da21ea1ed51afaa832d6b392b15e, received 237.78555990
balance11151 of 11151
2017-Oct-09 02:31:15.567012 INFO    available balance: 475.57333082, locked amount: 475.57117650
[wallet TxKpht]: transfer 0 TxLRXoaHbMNKE7KrgntnGT77YfDNYExJcHCjUpgsGWDFfPsf3TwppGgSVuiBkfeUJBeQnVSiRbWEpGz M3RmaEkoR2yrNvR6T5 10 -p b1757af29830a281377ee00c98a09434148c4d21db997308d713c4e28b7153ed
2017-Oct-09 02:32:14.484686 INFO    Money successfully sent, transaction 67fd4c5ce1571e0c2011ff3cebc4c8c67576cb7012b141f04cf7ad83ed78a76f
[wallet TxKpht]: 2017-Oct-09 02:33:04.820747 INFO    Height 11153, transaction 3e71ea3103773def61b55cf82d0c69f4220df87e0d86b420062c680b7ac93748, received 237.78544652
bc_height153 of 11153
2017-Oct-09 02:37:56.674965 INFO    11155
[wallet TxKpht]: balance
2017-Oct-09 02:38:02.075685 INFO    available balance: 465.56333082, locked amount: 713.35662302
[wallet TxKpht]: 2017-Oct-09 02:42:50.379665 INFO    Height 11156, transaction 7331a5e635556efca5cbf1644cb296d3c495df0c8899630adf4f96c781039052, received 237.78527644
2017-Oct-09 02:42:55.591590 INFO    Height 11157, transaction f628ec810f44a93f92b4a3a7b1142bf53bf43e088997fd522d39b400af425b86, received 237.78521975
balance11157 of 11157
2017-Oct-09 02:43:47.726749 INFO    available balance: 465.56333082, locked amount: 1188.92711921


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: NicNacCoin on October 09, 2017, 08:10:30 AM
We need some videos showing how to create premined and no-premined networks.
I am willing to give 1000 DSH for the first 3 videos in both categories.
Does offer still stand?
I created step-by-step training videos on private blockchain creation using forknote for chains with and without pre-mine.


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: MeetThePyro on October 09, 2017, 03:05:17 PM
Does offer still stand?
I created step-by-step training videos on private blockchain creation using forknote for chains with and without pre-mine.

Can you give me the link off your videos? Thanks!


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: NicNacCoin on October 09, 2017, 05:16:01 PM
Does offer still stand?
I created step-by-step training videos on private blockchain creation using forknote for chains with and without pre-mine.

Can you give me the link off your videos? Thanks!
Our Dev team does offer crypto-note creation services as well as tips and advice for donations
https://nicnaccoins.com/altcoin/cryptonotemake


Linus Ransom
Funding Co-Manager, NNC


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: MeetThePyro on October 09, 2017, 08:40:45 PM
Does offer still stand?
I created step-by-step training videos on private blockchain creation using forknote for chains with and without pre-mine.

Can you give me the link off your videos? Thanks!
Our Dev team does offer crypto-note creation services as well as tips and advice for donations
https://nicnaccoins.com/altcoin/cryptonotemake


Linus Ransom
Funding Co-Manager, NNC

So you offer a full video tutorial to build a cryptocurrencie from A to Z (based on forknote)? How many does it cost?


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: NicNacCoin on October 09, 2017, 09:52:59 PM
Does offer still stand?
I created step-by-step training videos on private blockchain creation using forknote for chains with and without pre-mine.

Can you give me the link off your videos? Thanks!
Our Dev team does offer crypto-note creation services as well as tips and advice for donations
https://nicnaccoins.com/altcoin/cryptonotemake


Linus Ransom
Funding Co-Manager, NNC

So you offer a full video tutorial to build a cryptocurrencie from A to Z (based on forknote)? How many does it cost?
We offer simple to follow instructions after using forknote.net create to customize your currency params and our video's guide your through the process. - (Donation required)
Or our in-house developers and spin-off (2) Digital Oceans or AWS EC2 instances of nodes to host seeds for you. All that is needed from you is to send us your coin config params. If you are requesting a coin create with pre-mine simply run forknote simplewallet first to generate the pre-mine destination address and forward that to us as well. We'll do all the rest. (Fee charged - .25 BTC)
For additional cost he offer Explorer creation, mining pools and faucets.(PM - for quote)

Linus Ransom
Funding Co-Manager, NNC


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on October 10, 2017, 02:09:09 PM
We need some videos showing how to create premined and no-premined networks.
I am willing to give 1000 DSH for the first 3 videos in both categories.
Does offer still stand?
I created step-by-step training videos on private blockchain creation using forknote for chains with and without pre-mine.
Yes, PM me if you made one


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: MeetThePyro on October 15, 2017, 10:45:24 AM
Hello, i'm currently starting to create my own crypto currency based on cryptonote.
 
i've follwed theses tutorials in this order:
- https://github.com/forknote/cryptonote-generator (I've generated TX HEX directly with the generator on this page : http://forknote.net/create/#/ because it doesnt work with '--print-genesis-tx'

After that i've followed this tuto to create my wallet  : http://forknote.net/guides/setup-private-blockchain/ (premine coin method's)

I've configured seed nodes on my Ubuntu server's whith this tutorial: http://forknote.net/guides/starting-seed-node/
 
But i've got some issues
In this tutorial : http://forknote.net/guides/setup-private-blockchain/#creating-configuration-file
When I try to create my config file in "fornote" folder's (cat >configs/fakecoin.conf) I havent config folder's with a file like mycoin.conf, every config files i've found wasnt in .conf but in .json
http://prntscr.com/gu6kkv

So i cant create this file et I cant verify my configuration with this command :
./forknoted --config-file configs/fakecoin.conf
 
And when I launch my wallet (simplewallet), i've got an error like "unable to connect to localhost:41048'
But im my config.json I've put my nodes :
http://prntscr.com/gu6mwt
 
Someone can help me ?
Have a nice day.

(Sorry, english is not my native language)

Someone can help me?


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on October 18, 2017, 05:58:18 PM
New Forknote release, based on Bytecoin 2.1.2:

https://github.com/forknote/forknote/releases/tag/2.1.2

Changes in this version:

* Core changed to Bytecoin 2.1.2
* simplewallet issues fixed
* daemon sync issue fixed for some coins
* minor bug fixes


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: epicfailman on October 19, 2017, 06:35:28 PM
Hi!
On bitcointalk forum there is one scammer named Murzibia. He has many fake accounts and scam projects. Last project is "Forknote coin"
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2272023.0
He is uses logo and info from your project site for scam people.
Can you confirm, that he is not your team member?
His thread is self-moderated and locked, but i had created thread with information.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2275377.0
If you can do it, you will help many people.
Regards

P.S. Sorry for bad english


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on October 19, 2017, 09:36:14 PM
Hi guys,

There is a big issue with one of the essential parameters (UPGRADE_HEIGHT_V2) for coins launched with v2.1.1. The issues is easily fixable with small change in the config file of your coin and migrating to v2.1.2. If some of you have production coin affected by this issue, please send me a private message.

Also, creating a premined forknote coin takes literally 2 minutes and launching a pool + block explorer takes literally 5 minutes, if done by hand. If you want to put any money on Forknote based ICOs do it on your own risk.


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: connorwoods on October 23, 2017, 06:08:28 AM
Need help connecting using this forknote and keep geting error
Block reward mismatch for block...Expected reward: 190635606741, got reward: 14992222743513202
HELP ME


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: connorwoods on October 24, 2017, 07:35:15 AM
simplewallet hangs and freezes  ???
what am i not getting with this junk?


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on October 24, 2017, 09:38:17 AM
simplewallet hangs and freezes  ???
what am i not getting with this junk?
Use github issues to describe and submit issue
The only simplewallet hang in the moment should be if no block is found on the blockchain.


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: connorwoods on October 24, 2017, 08:31:15 PM
simplewallet hangs and freezes  ???
what am i not getting with this junk?
Use github issues to describe and submit issue
The only simplewallet hang in the moment should be if no block is found on the blockchain.
Sorry slb, my mistake in config, got it going okay now. working on pools now, using https://github.com/forknote/forknote-pool


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on October 30, 2017, 04:42:57 AM
Guys, we still have the 50000 DSH (~1500$ at post time) bounty for a Forknote GUI. Here are the requirements:

* Bytecoin Wallet clone (https://github.com/amjuarez/bytecoin-gui)
* Ability to add/edit/delete Forknote configs
* Ability to run multiple Forknote configs simultaneously
* Ability to do everything Bytecoin Wallet is able to do for every Forknote config
* Clear visibility of what networks are available and what networks are running
* Opensource (that's obvious, because of the Bytecoin wallet license)

That's about it.


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: pokerdog99 on November 22, 2017, 08:14:18 PM
I am noob here.  While reading the config file i noticed the portion "Checkpoint" and it has something that looks like a UUID.  Can someone explain what it is for?


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: growarijo on December 01, 2017, 07:06:35 PM
Guys, we still have the 50000 DSH (~1500$ at post time) bounty for a Forknote GUI. Here are the requirements:

* Bytecoin Wallet clone (https://github.com/amjuarez/bytecoin-gui)
* Ability to add/edit/delete Forknote configs
* Ability to run multiple Forknote configs simultaneously
* Ability to do everything Bytecoin Wallet is able to do for every Forknote config
* Clear visibility of what networks are available and what networks are running
* Opensource (that's obvious, because of the Bytecoin wallet license)

That's about it.


Hi slb,

We are working hard on the wallet you are looking for. One thing is not clear to me.
When getting the Spend keys from the walletd for a specific address and importing them in simplewallet no balance is shown and the address created by the wallet is different as well.

I'm a little stuck here, would like to offer people to create a paper wallet somehow, but if this doesn't work, we can not offer that functionality.

Can you please explain how the import works and why the balance of my imported address is not in the new created 'imported' wallet.

Kr,
Olivier @ b2bcoin.xyz


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: growarijo on December 01, 2017, 10:58:09 PM
I am noob here.  While reading the config file i noticed the portion "Checkpoint" and it has something that looks like a UUID.  Can someone explain what it is for?

It's the hash that is linked to that block. So checkpoint=50000:rfqer5f4rer65e4qv5qe453er41qv31qer2vqeqerv1r3v2q13
Meaning block 50000 has hash rfqer5f4rer65e4qv5qe453er41qv31qer2vqeqerv1r3v2q13. It shoudl make the synchronisation faster but I don't see the performance gain.


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: pokerdog99 on December 12, 2017, 03:48:59 PM
Guys, we still have the 50000 DSH (~1500$ at post time) bounty for a Forknote GUI. Here are the requirements:

* Bytecoin Wallet clone (https://github.com/amjuarez/bytecoin-gui)
* Ability to add/edit/delete Forknote configs
* Ability to run multiple Forknote configs simultaneously
* Ability to do everything Bytecoin Wallet is able to do for every Forknote config
* Clear visibility of what networks are available and what networks are running
* Opensource (that's obvious, because of the Bytecoin wallet license)

That's about it.


Hi slb,

We are working hard on the wallet you are looking for. One thing is not clear to me.
When getting the Spend keys from the walletd for a specific address and importing them in simplewallet no balance is shown and the address created by the wallet is different as well.

I'm a little stuck here, would like to offer people to create a paper wallet somehow, but if this doesn't work, we can not offer that functionality.

Can you please explain how the import works and why the balance of my imported address is not in the new created 'imported' wallet.

Kr,
Olivier @ b2bcoin.xyz


Do you have any success in your GUI wallet?


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: growarijo on December 14, 2017, 06:35:37 PM
Guys, we still have the 50000 DSH (~1500$ at post time) bounty for a Forknote GUI. Here are the requirements:

* Bytecoin Wallet clone (https://github.com/amjuarez/bytecoin-gui)
* Ability to add/edit/delete Forknote configs
* Ability to run multiple Forknote configs simultaneously
* Ability to do everything Bytecoin Wallet is able to do for every Forknote config
* Clear visibility of what networks are available and what networks are running
* Opensource (that's obvious, because of the Bytecoin wallet license)

That's about it.


Hi slb,

We are working hard on the wallet you are looking for. One thing is not clear to me.
When getting the Spend keys from the walletd for a specific address and importing them in simplewallet no balance is shown and the address created by the wallet is different as well.

I'm a little stuck here, would like to offer people to create a paper wallet somehow, but if this doesn't work, we can not offer that functionality.

Can you please explain how the import works and why the balance of my imported address is not in the new created 'imported' wallet.

Kr,
Olivier @ b2bcoin.xyz


Do you have any success in your GUI wallet?

Hi pokerdog99,

We are first creating the multi web wallet, after that we will integrate it in the GUI wallet, no it's under test periode for b2b coin :-)
We will keep you guys posted, you will here from us again.

Kr,
Olivier @ b2bcoin.xyz



Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: PaperUnlimited on December 18, 2017, 02:31:59 AM
I'm trying to setup a node but keep getting this:

Code:
INFO    Binding on 0.0.0.0:2533
INFO    Net service binded on 0.0.0.0:2533
INFO    Attempting to add IGD port mapping.
INFO    No IGD was found.
INFO    P2p server initialized OK
INFO    Starting core rpc server on address 127.0.0.1:2534
INFO    Core rpc server started ok
INFO    Starting p2p net loop...
INFO    Starting node_server
ERROR   Failed to connect to any of seed peers, continuing without seeds

I have the config file setup with seed nodes and I've removed the "seed-node=127.0.0.1:xxxxx" line. Any ideas on what it could be? Thanks


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: immakingacoin on December 20, 2017, 02:08:35 AM
Here is my Config.json file, what could possibly being causing this not to let me create a wallet in the final compile? And I have the Daemon running on 2 computers, but I am waiting a few hours just to see if they ever find each other.

Code:
{
    "base_coin": {
        "name": "bytecoin",
        "git": "https://github.com/amjuarez/bytecoin.git"
    },
    "core": {
        "SEED_NODES": [
            "165.227.xxx.xxx:47145",
            "165.227.xxx.xxx:47145"
        ],
        "EMISSION_SPEED_FACTOR": 18,
        "DIFFICULTY_TARGET": 120,
        "CRYPTONOTE_DISPLAY_DECIMAL_POINT": 12,
        "MONEY_SUPPLY": "18446744073709551615",
        "GENESIS_BLOCK_REWARD": "0",
        "DEFAULT_DUST_THRESHOLD": 1000000,
        "MINIMUM_FEE": 1000000,
        "CRYPTONOTE_MINED_MONEY_UNLOCK_WINDOW": 10,
        "CRYPTONOTE_BLOCK_GRANTED_FULL_REWARD_ZONE": 100000,
        "MAX_TRANSACTION_SIZE_LIMIT": 100000,
        "CRYPTONOTE_PUBLIC_ADDRESS_BASE58_PREFIX": 86,
        "DIFFICULTY_CUT_V1": 60,
        "DIFFICULTY_CUT_V2": 60,
        "DIFFICULTY_CUT": 0,
        "DIFFICULTY_LAG_V1": 15,
        "DIFFICULTY_LAG_V2": 15,
        "DIFFICULTY_LAG": 0,
        "DIFFICULTY_WINDOW_V1": 720,
        "DIFFICULTY_WINDOW_V2": 720,
        "DIFFICULTY_WINDOW": 17,
        "ZAWY_DIFFICULTY_V3": 1,
        "ZAWY_DIFFICULTY_DIFFICULTY_BLOCK_VERSION": 3,
        "P2P_DEFAULT_PORT": 13200,
        "RPC_DEFAULT_PORT": 13171,
        "BYTECOIN_NETWORK": "9714f3c1-b06f-16e9-adce-3e6723dbfcd1",
        "CRYPTONOTE_NAME": "xxxxCoin",
        "DAEMON_NAME": "xxxxCoind",
        "GENESIS_COINBASE_TX_HEX": "010a01ff0001ffffffffffff0f029b2e4c0281c0b02e7c53291a94d1d0cbff8883f8024f5142ee494ffbbd0880712101b8fa97bd629d191fd8e1ce348de0b27abc5182cce772c27d37cac2d63bd10745",
        "CHECKPOINTS": "0, 010a01ff0001ffffffffffff0f029b2e4c0281c0b02e7c53291a94d1d0cbff8883f8024f5142ee494ffbbd0880712101b8fa97bd629d191fd8e1ce348de0b27abc5182cce772c27d37cac2d63bd10745",
        "MAX_BLOCK_SIZE_INITIAL": 100000
    },
    "extensions": [
        "core/bytecoin.json",
        "print-genesis-tx.json"
    ]


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: immakingacoin on December 21, 2017, 06:29:42 PM
I am attempting to create a Forknote, but keep running into Errors. So at first I did not realize that the Blockchain and Seednode tutorials existed, as I started with the Cryptonote guides, then started using the Forknote Generator, but now I have found those guides.

I used this as the main guide
https://cryptonotestarter.org/inner.html

I used this to start the Compiling, but could not get the Coin to compile, and had to start creating swap space and everything.
https://cryptonotestarter.org/kb/build-environment-setup.html

Then I found the generator, which made the Forknote Create page make a lot more sense.
http://forknote.net/create/
https://github.com/forknote/cryptonote-generator

I used the Generator about 20 times, and created coins that would just sit looking for peers for eternity, before I realized these guides existed
http://forknote.net/guides/setup-private-blockchain/
http://forknote.net/guides/starting-seed-node/

And apparently from what I can find, Ubuntu does not use Upstart anymore, but I followed a guide to install upstart, and it didn't change anything.


Here is my Config file (at this point this is kind of just a test coin, this is not the name of the coin I planned on launching, so if someone here uses this config file to make a coin for people here, I will still share it, and that is fine. I just want to know how to make a Config file that looks like this, work properly as a coin that can then go through the GUI Wallet Guide on the Cryptonote Foundation website.

Code:
{
    "base_coin": {
        "name": "bytecoin",
        "git": "https://github.com/amjuarez/bytecoin.git"
    },
    "core": {
        "SEED_NODES": [
            "165.227.186.14:39132",
            "165.227.211.241:39132"
        ],
        "EMISSION_SPEED_FACTOR": 18,
        "DIFFICULTY_TARGET": 600,
        "CRYPTONOTE_DISPLAY_DECIMAL_POINT": 12,
        "MONEY_SUPPLY": "18446744073709551615",
        "GENESIS_BLOCK_REWARD": "0",
        "DEFAULT_DUST_THRESHOLD": 1000000,
        "MINIMUM_FEE": 1000000,
        "CRYPTONOTE_MINED_MONEY_UNLOCK_WINDOW": 2,
        "CRYPTONOTE_BLOCK_GRANTED_FULL_REWARD_ZONE": 100000,
        "MAX_TRANSACTION_SIZE_LIMIT": 100000,
        "CRYPTONOTE_PUBLIC_ADDRESS_BASE58_PREFIX": 86,
        "DIFFICULTY_CUT_V1": 60,
        "DIFFICULTY_CUT_V2": 60,
        "DIFFICULTY_CUT": 0,
        "DIFFICULTY_LAG_V1": 15,
        "DIFFICULTY_LAG_V2": 15,
        "DIFFICULTY_LAG": 0,
        "DIFFICULTY_WINDOW_V1": 144,
        "DIFFICULTY_WINDOW_V2": 144,
        "DIFFICULTY_WINDOW": 17,
        "ZAWY_DIFFICULTY_V3": 1,
        "ZAWY_DIFFICULTY_DIFFICULTY_BLOCK_VERSION": 3,
        "P2P_DEFAULT_PORT": 39132,
        "RPC_DEFAULT_PORT": 39133,
        "BYTECOIN_NETWORK": "1d9a7ba6-3f3f-ada6-779a-7495a8ad87bf",
        "CRYPTONOTE_NAME": "Plata",
        "DAEMON_NAME": "Platad",
        "GENESIS_COINBASE_TX_HEX": "010a01ff0001ffffffffffff0f029b2e4c0281c0b02e7c53291a94d1d0cbff8883f8024f5142ee494ffbbd0880712101a054a9eebc4dda548c3da61cb25de8bfd7f8e8e75e53413352b000bb6c17429a",
        "CHECKPOINTS": "",
        "MAX_BLOCK_SIZE_INITIAL": 100000
    },
    "extensions": [
        "core/bytecoin.json",
        "print-genesis-tx.json"
    ]
}


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: immakingacoin on December 21, 2017, 08:31:07 PM
This thread talks about exactly where I am at in the process, and the people in this thread did not solve it. I tried what they said and it didn't fix anything.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1609157.0


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: immakingacoin on December 21, 2017, 09:02:33 PM
Here is what I am going to try, I am going to install Ubuntu 14.4 alongside whatever version I have now, then I will do this again on that.
http://releases.ubuntu.com/14.04/


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: PaperUnlimited on December 22, 2017, 08:31:16 AM
I've setup 2 nodes with premine that are running and in sync. Whenever I try to access one of the premine addresses, I get this, and the wallet freezes, notice the "help" and "exit" commands. When creating a new wallet it works without any errors but still freezes.

Forknote seems to work fine, however if there is only one node running I've noticed it never says "ERROR   Failed to connect to any of seed peers, continuing without seeds" it just waits for a connection. Help would be appreciated.

Code:
user@computer ~/forknote-linux $ ./simplewallet --config-file configs/mycoin.conf
Success: Configuration file openned
2017-Dec-22 01:05:59.727624 INFO    forknote wallet v2.1.2.1251 ()
Nor 'generate-new-wallet' neither 'wallet-file' argument was specified.
What do you want to do?
[O]pen existing wallet, [G]enerate new wallet file, [I]mport wallet or [E]xit.
o
Specify wallet file name (e.g., wallet.bin).
Wallet file name: mycoin003
password: ********************************
2017-Dec-22 01:06:37.132549 INFO    Loading wallet...
Sync from timestamp: 0
2017-Dec-22 01:06:37.261124 ERROR   [BlockchainSynchronizer] Failed to load: genesis block hash does not match stored state, read d8b36b795ea138e2c33c52b4164f7b3f31b97262a980709b618f8dfbf013b389, expected 09477cad9b84c540ea177791111b339dafa78f4c3341e6f363c729a92ec29e8d
2017-Dec-22 01:06:37.261493 INFO    Opened wallet: Lg1543rKKKtUaaxDtN8FYdAG7Hd7yCEoGjfEfDjjzLY9E12GZgpeGBHZvfsitx1ArXJ2VBVK4MeMLePu9G2ny1Rw9Tr9Goe
2017-Dec-22 01:06:37.261778 INFO    **********************************************************************
Use "help" command to see the list of available commands.
**********************************************************************
help
exit
help

Code:
Success: Configuration file openned: "configs/mycoin.conf"
2017-Dec-22 09:21:26.622257 INFO    forknote v2.1.2.1251 ()
2017-Dec-22 09:21:26.622360 INFO    Module folder: ./forknoted
2017-Dec-22 09:21:26.622545 INFO    Opening DB in /root/.mycoin/DB
2017-Dec-22 09:21:26.646228 INFO    DB opened in /root/.mycoin/DB
2017-Dec-22 09:21:26.646495 INFO    Initializing core...
2017-Dec-22 09:21:26.648293 INFO    Core initialized OK
2017-Dec-22 09:21:26.648399 INFO    Initializing p2p server...
2017-Dec-22 09:21:26.648516 INFO    Binding on 0.0.0.0:23555
2017-Dec-22 09:21:26.648614 INFO    Net service binded on 0.0.0.0:23555
2017-Dec-22 09:21:26.648681 INFO    Attempting to add IGD port mapping.
2017-Dec-22 09:21:30.653180 INFO    No IGD was found.
2017-Dec-22 09:21:30.653318 INFO    P2p server initialized OK
2017-Dec-22 09:21:30.653464 INFO    Starting core rpc server on address 127.0.0.1:23556
2017-Dec-22 09:21:30.653578 INFO    Core rpc server started ok
2017-Dec-22 09:21:30.653625 INFO    Starting p2p net loop...
2017-Dec-22 09:21:30.653665 INFO    Starting node_server



Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: PaperUnlimited on December 22, 2017, 05:25:43 PM
I know theres a problem with the genesis block. "Failed to load: genesis block hash does not match stored state"

I don't know what I'm doing wrong. When creating a premine coin, you need to create the .conf file first in order to create the wallet for the premine coins, but to create the wallet you need the .conf file. Do I leave the "Addresses for the premined coins" blank to create the addresses, then fill in for printing the genesis trans hex?


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on December 22, 2017, 06:01:37 PM
I know theres a problem with the genesis block. "Failed to load: genesis block hash does not match stored state"

I don't know what I'm doing wrong. When creating a premine coin, you need to create the .conf file first in order to create the wallet for the premine coins, but to create the wallet you need the .conf file. Do I leave the "Addresses for the premined coins" blank to create the addresses, then fill in for printing the genesis trans hex?
just reset


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: PaperUnlimited on December 24, 2017, 04:30:02 AM
@ slb

Could you tell me what I'm doing wrong? These are the steps I've taken so far.

Step 1: I have 2 VPS's one is ubuntu 16.04 and one is 16.10. Both have Forknote .tar.gz downloaded and extracted.

Step 2: On my personal computer (ubuntu 16.04),I used http://forknote.net/create/ to create a premine coin1.config file. This coin1.conf file does not have any wallet addresses, but includes the genesis tx hex created by the "Create Cryptonote blockchain" form.

Step 3: Before creating the blockchain, I create the premine wallet addresses using the coin1.conf file created in step 2. I use the "Creating simplewallet addresses" instructions from here: http://forknote.net/guides/setup-private-blockchain/

Step 4: I create a new coin2.conf file, using the Forknote form http://forknote.net/create/, this includes the addresses created in step 3 and a new genesis tx hex created by the "Create Cryptonote blockchain" form.

Step 5: I setup both nodes using coin2.conf following the steps here: http://forknote.net/guides/starting-seed-node/

Step 6: I create-the-blockchain/start-the-daemon on my personal computer using coin2.conf. At this point I get "2017-Dec-24 05:03:42.104763 WARNING [95.183.52.40:39431 INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read" on the first node before the other node is on, once the other node is on it syncs up.

Step 7: I open a new terminal on my personal computer and run
Code:
./simplewallet --config-file configs/coin2.conf
This is where the problem is, I get
Code:
user@computer ~/forknote-linux $ ./simplewallet --config-file configs/coin2.conf
Success: Configuration file openned
2017-Dec-23 21:24:19.366473 INFO    forknote wallet v2.1.2.1251 ()
Nor 'generate-new-wallet' neither 'wallet-file' argument was specified.
What do you want to do?
[O]pen existing wallet, [G]enerate new wallet file, [I]mport wallet or [E]xit.
o
Specify wallet file name (e.g., wallet.bin).
Wallet file name: MY.wallet
password: ********
2017-Dec-23 21:24:34.955779 INFO    Loading wallet...
Sync from timestamp: 0
2017-Dec-23 21:24:35.089169 ERROR   [BlockchainSynchronizer] Failed to load: genesis block hash does not match stored state, read 920157d9c5c1b57b6340f8f895fa089bf4a9185d08ca8a73295fa2cf42402fd5, expected 203fcc3975b3e946dea714c9cf99b279afa710ee720ddbe3ca691087564b4606
2017-Dec-23 21:24:35.089497 INFO    Opened wallet: LfC2kwDQQM226yWGarr92YKJeC9cje2qZDvW3vymeX5ZDeJdY8rsaGRgBLLjJR43HcGh4sxFx7Zmv6JtUSdrZLBCQjxc51j
2017-Dec-23 21:24:35.089856 INFO    **********************************************************************
Use "help" command to see the list of available commands.
**********************************************************************

What am I doing wrong?


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: x314.network on December 27, 2017, 10:49:19 AM
You need to reset


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: elGuilleAR on December 28, 2017, 03:07:53 PM
I know theres a problem with the genesis block. "Failed to load: genesis block hash does not match stored state"

I don't know what I'm doing wrong. When creating a premine coin, you need to create the .conf file first in order to create the wallet for the premine coins, but to create the wallet you need the .conf file. Do I leave the "Addresses for the premined coins" blank to create the addresses, then fill in for printing the genesis trans hex?

Hello
Quote
[BlockchainSynchronizer] Failed to load: genesis block hash does not match stored state, read d8b36b795ea138e2c33c52b4164f7b3f31b97262a980709b618f8dfbf013b389, expected 09477cad9b84c540ea177791111b339dafa78f4c3341e6f363c729a92ec29e8d

It seems you are trying to open a wallet that it is not built for that block chain or at least it was built from  an older one.
If you have the private and spend keys, you may try to import the wallet with a new one name.
If you do so, compare the addresses generated before with this last one. It should be the same, if not!, then you have a problem :D


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: SafeCoins on December 28, 2017, 08:48:38 PM
Guys, we still have the 50000 DSH (~1500$ at post time) bounty for a Forknote GUI. Here are the requirements:

* Bytecoin Wallet clone (https://github.com/amjuarez/bytecoin-gui)
* Ability to add/edit/delete Forknote configs
* Ability to run multiple Forknote configs simultaneously
* Ability to do everything Bytecoin Wallet is able to do for every Forknote config
* Clear visibility of what networks are available and what networks are running
* Opensource (that's obvious, because of the Bytecoin wallet license)

That's about it.


Hi slb,

We are working hard on the wallet you are looking for. One thing is not clear to me.
When getting the Spend keys from the walletd for a specific address and importing them in simplewallet no balance is shown and the address created by the wallet is different as well.

I'm a little stuck here, would like to offer people to create a paper wallet somehow, but if this doesn't work, we can not offer that functionality.

Can you please explain how the import works and why the balance of my imported address is not in the new created 'imported' wallet.

Kr,
Olivier @ b2bcoin.xyz

How is this coming along?


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: growarijo on December 29, 2017, 01:13:42 PM
Guys, we still have the 50000 DSH (~1500$ at post time) bounty for a Forknote GUI. Here are the requirements:

* Bytecoin Wallet clone (https://github.com/amjuarez/bytecoin-gui)
* Ability to add/edit/delete Forknote configs
* Ability to run multiple Forknote configs simultaneously
* Ability to do everything Bytecoin Wallet is able to do for every Forknote config
* Clear visibility of what networks are available and what networks are running
* Opensource (that's obvious, because of the Bytecoin wallet license)

That's about it.


Hi slb,

We are working hard on the wallet you are looking for. One thing is not clear to me.
When getting the Spend keys from the walletd for a specific address and importing them in simplewallet no balance is shown and the address created by the wallet is different as well.

I'm a little stuck here, would like to offer people to create a paper wallet somehow, but if this doesn't work, we can not offer that functionality.

Can you please explain how the import works and why the balance of my imported address is not in the new created 'imported' wallet.

Kr,
Olivier @ b2bcoin.xyz

How is this coming along?

Hi,

The web wallet is ready for multi coin. We will create the desktop wallet as multi wallet as well, this is just a matter of weeks now.

Kr,
Olivier @ b2bcoin.xyz


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: growarijo on December 29, 2017, 01:14:49 PM
Guys, we still have the 50000 DSH (~1500$ at post time) bounty for a Forknote GUI. Here are the requirements:

* Bytecoin Wallet clone (https://github.com/amjuarez/bytecoin-gui)
* Ability to add/edit/delete Forknote configs
* Ability to run multiple Forknote configs simultaneously
* Ability to do everything Bytecoin Wallet is able to do for every Forknote config
* Clear visibility of what networks are available and what networks are running
* Opensource (that's obvious, because of the Bytecoin wallet license)

That's about it.


Hi slb,

We are working hard on the wallet you are looking for. One thing is not clear to me.
When getting the Spend keys from the walletd for a specific address and importing them in simplewallet no balance is shown and the address created by the wallet is different as well.

I'm a little stuck here, would like to offer people to create a paper wallet somehow, but if this doesn't work, we can not offer that functionality.

Can you please explain how the import works and why the balance of my imported address is not in the new created 'imported' wallet.

Kr,
Olivier @ b2bcoin.xyz

How is this coming along?

About the paper wallet, still waiting for news from slb, he doesn't answer my question on how to export/import spend keys ...


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on December 29, 2017, 01:38:14 PM
Guys, we still have the 50000 DSH (~1500$ at post time) bounty for a Forknote GUI. Here are the requirements:

* Bytecoin Wallet clone (https://github.com/amjuarez/bytecoin-gui)
* Ability to add/edit/delete Forknote configs
* Ability to run multiple Forknote configs simultaneously
* Ability to do everything Bytecoin Wallet is able to do for every Forknote config
* Clear visibility of what networks are available and what networks are running
* Opensource (that's obvious, because of the Bytecoin wallet license)

That's about it.


Hi slb,

We are working hard on the wallet you are looking for. One thing is not clear to me.
When getting the Spend keys from the walletd for a specific address and importing them in simplewallet no balance is shown and the address created by the wallet is different as well.

I'm a little stuck here, would like to offer people to create a paper wallet somehow, but if this doesn't work, we can not offer that functionality.

Can you please explain how the import works and why the balance of my imported address is not in the new created 'imported' wallet.

Kr,
Olivier @ b2bcoin.xyz

How is this coming along?

About the paper wallet, still waiting for news from slb, he doesn't answer my question on how to export/import spend keys ...

For walletd: you can import with createAddress;  you can export with getSpendKeys. More info here:
https://wiki.bytecoin.org/wiki/Bytecoin_RPC_Wallet_JSON_RPC_API

For simplewallet:
To export: use export_keys command
To import: use "I" when open the wallet. There still is no function to import with inline arguments


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on December 29, 2017, 01:40:39 PM
I am looking for people to test our new webwallet. If someone wants to participate, please PM me.


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: growarijo on December 29, 2017, 02:12:33 PM
Guys, we still have the 50000 DSH (~1500$ at post time) bounty for a Forknote GUI. Here are the requirements:

* Bytecoin Wallet clone (https://github.com/amjuarez/bytecoin-gui)
* Ability to add/edit/delete Forknote configs
* Ability to run multiple Forknote configs simultaneously
* Ability to do everything Bytecoin Wallet is able to do for every Forknote config
* Clear visibility of what networks are available and what networks are running
* Opensource (that's obvious, because of the Bytecoin wallet license)

That's about it.


Hi slb,

We are working hard on the wallet you are looking for. One thing is not clear to me.
When getting the Spend keys from the walletd for a specific address and importing them in simplewallet no balance is shown and the address created by the wallet is different as well.

I'm a little stuck here, would like to offer people to create a paper wallet somehow, but if this doesn't work, we can not offer that functionality.

Can you please explain how the import works and why the balance of my imported address is not in the new created 'imported' wallet.

Kr,
Olivier @ b2bcoin.xyz

How is this coming along?

About the paper wallet, still waiting for news from slb, he doesn't answer my question on how to export/import spend keys ...

For walletd: you can import with createAddress;  you can export with getSpendKeys. More info here:
https://wiki.bytecoin.org/wiki/Bytecoin_RPC_Wallet_JSON_RPC_API

For simplewallet:
To export: use export_keys command
To import: use "I" when open the wallet. There still is no function to import with inline arguments

Hi slb,

Last question, can I use the exported keys from walletd in simplewallet ?

Kr,
Olivier @ b2bcoin.xyz


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on December 29, 2017, 03:25:40 PM
Guys, we still have the 50000 DSH (~1500$ at post time) bounty for a Forknote GUI. Here are the requirements:

* Bytecoin Wallet clone (https://github.com/amjuarez/bytecoin-gui)
* Ability to add/edit/delete Forknote configs
* Ability to run multiple Forknote configs simultaneously
* Ability to do everything Bytecoin Wallet is able to do for every Forknote config
* Clear visibility of what networks are available and what networks are running
* Opensource (that's obvious, because of the Bytecoin wallet license)

That's about it.


Hi slb,

We are working hard on the wallet you are looking for. One thing is not clear to me.
When getting the Spend keys from the walletd for a specific address and importing them in simplewallet no balance is shown and the address created by the wallet is different as well.

I'm a little stuck here, would like to offer people to create a paper wallet somehow, but if this doesn't work, we can not offer that functionality.

Can you please explain how the import works and why the balance of my imported address is not in the new created 'imported' wallet.

Kr,
Olivier @ b2bcoin.xyz

How is this coming along?

About the paper wallet, still waiting for news from slb, he doesn't answer my question on how to export/import spend keys ...

For walletd: you can import with createAddress;  you can export with getSpendKeys. More info here:
https://wiki.bytecoin.org/wiki/Bytecoin_RPC_Wallet_JSON_RPC_API

For simplewallet:
To export: use export_keys command
To import: use "I" when open the wallet. There still is no function to import with inline arguments

Hi slb,

Last question, can I use the exported keys from walletd in simplewallet ?

Kr,
Olivier @ b2bcoin.xyz

Yes. you can


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: PaperUnlimited on December 29, 2017, 05:57:53 PM
You need to reset

How do I reset? Do I repeat steps 2-7 using coin2.conf to create coin3.conf?


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: ssdnow on December 30, 2017, 05:54:46 PM

I have two servers that I created in Digital Ocean with Ubuntu 14.04, I followed steps 1 to 1 of the guide http://forknote.net/guides/starting-seed-node/, but how do I know if the node is running? because when running on my personal computer forknoted.exe --config-file configs / coinnew.conf I get that does not connect with this message:

2017-Dec-30 13:52:23.009655 ERROR   Failed to connect to any of seed peers, continuing without seeds

Some help? I'm missing something to do on the server? I can make donations if they really help me, Thanks


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: fonship on December 30, 2017, 06:41:12 PM
Guys, we still have the 50000 DSH (~1500$ at post time) bounty for a Forknote GUI. Here are the requirements:

* Bytecoin Wallet clone (https://github.com/amjuarez/bytecoin-gui)
* Ability to add/edit/delete Forknote configs
* Ability to run multiple Forknote configs simultaneously
* Ability to do everything Bytecoin Wallet is able to do for every Forknote config
* Clear visibility of what networks are available and what networks are running
* Opensource (that's obvious, because of the Bytecoin wallet license)

That's about it.


Hi slb,

We are working hard on the wallet you are looking for. One thing is not clear to me.
When getting the Spend keys from the walletd for a specific address and importing them in simplewallet no balance is shown and the address created by the wallet is different as well.

I'm a little stuck here, would like to offer people to create a paper wallet somehow, but if this doesn't work, we can not offer that functionality.

Can you please explain how the import works and why the balance of my imported address is not in the new created 'imported' wallet.

Kr,
Olivier @ b2bcoin.xyz

How is this coming along?

Hi,

The web wallet is ready for multi coin. We will create the desktop wallet as multi wallet as well, this is just a matter of weeks now.

Kr,
Olivier @ b2bcoin.xyz


Web wallet looks great, Thanks Olivier


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: ssdnow on December 30, 2017, 11:51:24 PM
Hi.
How would the upstart be in Ubuntu 16.04? He searched everywhere and I do not get documentation about it, Please someone help me. the nodes do not run. thk


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: ssdnow on December 31, 2017, 04:27:21 AM
my nodes do not run, they do not run.


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: SafeCoins on December 31, 2017, 06:00:59 AM
my nodes do not run, they do not run.

Can you post the contents of coinnew.conf?

If we figure it out here then others will have something to go by.


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: ssdnow on December 31, 2017, 12:53:56 PM
my nodes do not run, they do not run.

Can you post the contents of coinnew.conf?

If we figure it out here then others will have something to go by.

Code:
BYTECOIN_NETWORK=d6482c89-bc2d-5b81-aa9a-bdf1d7317dc3
CRYPTONOTE_BLOCK_GRANTED_FULL_REWARD_ZONE_V1=100000
CRYPTONOTE_BLOCK_GRANTED_FULL_REWARD_ZONE_V2=1000000
CRYPTONOTE_BLOCK_GRANTED_FULL_REWARD_ZONE=1000000
CRYPTONOTE_DISPLAY_DECIMAL_POINT=12
CRYPTONOTE_MINED_MONEY_UNLOCK_WINDOW=10
CRYPTONOTE_NAME=technetium
CRYPTONOTE_PUBLIC_ADDRESS_BASE58_PREFIX=287
GENESIS_BLOCK_REWARD=0
GENESIS_COINBASE_TX_HEX=010a01ff0001fac484c69cd608029b2e4c0281c0b02e7c53291a94d1d0cbff8883f8024f5142ee494ffbbd0880712101a2221f0693b286518d38cc6d57fc8d761b9d27c2aa68b910b3982e5f09531e3e
DEFAULT_DUST_THRESHOLD=100000000
DIFFICULTY_CUT_V1=60
DIFFICULTY_CUT_V2=0
DIFFICULTY_CUT=0
DIFFICULTY_LAG_V1=15
DIFFICULTY_LAG_V2=0
DIFFICULTY_LAG=0
DIFFICULTY_TARGET=240
DIFFICULTY_WINDOW_V1=360
DIFFICULTY_WINDOW_V2=17
DIFFICULTY_WINDOW=17
EMISSION_SPEED_FACTOR=18
MAX_BLOCK_SIZE_INITIAL=1000000
MINIMUM_FEE=100000000
MONEY_SUPPLY=10000000000000000000
P2P_STAT_TRUSTED_PUB_KEY=
TAIL_EMISSION_REWARD=1000000000000

CRYPTONOTE_COIN_VERSION=1
ZAWY_DIFFICULTY_V2=1

p2p-bind-port=34250
rpc-bind-port=34377

UPGRADE_HEIGHT_V2=1
UPGRADE_HEIGHT_V3=2


seed-node=45.32.172.64:34250
seed-node=138.197.42.123:34250

I have tried with Vultr and digitalocean servers with Ubuntu 14.04 following the guidelines of http://forknote.net/guides/starting-seed-node/ and in none of the pages do the servers run with the nodes, I do not know if it is because Ubuntu version, but to test 16.04 I did not get how to do the upstart since it is different for version 16.04.

PD: For the nodes I use the latest compiled version of Forknote


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: ssdnow on December 31, 2017, 01:36:51 PM
Hi @slb
Help please, the nodes do not run to me, I follow the guide step by step, but they do not run me using ubuntu 14.04, I do not use the 16.04 because I can not find how to do with the upstart, I appreciate your help, Thanks.


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on December 31, 2017, 01:49:51 PM
Hi @slb
Help please, the nodes do not run to me, I follow the guide step by step, but they do not run me using ubuntu 14.04, I do not use the 16.04 because I can not find how to do with the upstart, I appreciate your help, Thanks.

You just need to have the same config on all nodes. Upstart is just a way to keep the node running all the time. If you have  another way  to run it all the time - just use it.


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: ssdnow on December 31, 2017, 01:53:14 PM
Hi @slb
Help please, the nodes do not run to me, I follow the guide step by step, but they do not run me using ubuntu 14.04, I do not use the 16.04 because I can not find how to do with the upstart, I appreciate your help, Thanks.

You just need to have the same config on all nodes. Upstart is just a way to keep the node running all the time. If you another way works for you to run it all the time - just use it.

I use the same .conf and I execute forknoted manual, and likewise the node does not run, I use the last compiled version of forknote, it really seems strange to me, I leave you PM so you can review something and you can help me please., Thanks


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: SafeCoins on December 31, 2017, 09:40:31 PM
I use the same .conf and I execute forknoted manual, and likewise the node does not run, I use the last compiled version of forknote, it really seems strange to me, I leave you PM so you can review something and you can help me please., Thanks

What are your firewall settings?  Is port 34250 open on the digitalocean servers?

What kind of message are they giving?


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: PaperUnlimited on January 02, 2018, 02:04:36 AM
Can someone tell me how to reset?

My latest efforts:

- I use the coin2.conf file to create the DB. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1079306.msg26865189#msg26865189 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1079306.msg26865189#msg26865189)

- Then I print the genesis tx manually, this gives me the "outs: " and new genesis tx hex.

- I add the new tx hex to the coin2.conf, which creates a new coin3.conf.

- I use the coin3.conf to connect to the DB created with the coin2.conf, which seems to work except the simple wallet still has the "Failed to load: genesis block hash does not match stored state..." error.

- So I delete the old coin2.conf DB and recreate the DB using the coin3.conf.

- Everything connects without an error including simple wallet. But simple wallet still freezes and won't except any commands:

Code:
Wallet file name: coin1
password: ********
2018-Jan-01 18:45:51.227067 INFO    Loading wallet...
Sync from timestamp: 0
2018-Jan-01 18:45:51.349815 INFO    Opened wallet: walletaddress
2018-Jan-01 18:45:51.350168 INFO    **********************************************************************
Use "help" command to see the list of available commands.
**********************************************************************
help
help
exit


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: NicNacCoin on January 02, 2018, 05:31:30 PM
Can someone tell me how to reset?

My latest efforts:

- I use the coin2.conf file to create the DB. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1079306.msg26865189#msg26865189 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1079306.msg26865189#msg26865189)

- Then I print the genesis tx manually, this gives me the "outs: " and new genesis tx hex.

- I add the new tx hex to the coin2.conf, which creates a new coin3.conf.

- I use the coin3.conf to connect to the DB created with the coin2.conf, which seems to work except the simple wallet still has the "Failed to load: genesis block hash does not match stored state..." error.

- So I delete the old coin2.conf DB and recreate the DB using the coin3.conf.

- Everything connects without an error including simple wallet. But simple wallet still freezes and won't except any commands:

Code:
Wallet file name: coin1
password: ********
2018-Jan-01 18:45:51.227067 INFO    Loading wallet...
Sync from timestamp: 0
2018-Jan-01 18:45:51.349815 INFO    Opened wallet: walletaddress
2018-Jan-01 18:45:51.350168 INFO    **********************************************************************
Use "help" command to see the list of available commands.
**********************************************************************
help
help
exit
Which verison of forknote is used?
IMO Forknote 2.1.2 (core Bytecoin 2.1.2) has some issues w/simplewallet hanging on launch (sync wont display like other verison) and on exit (wont close)
forknote wallet v2.1.1.1245 () seems to run smooth but does get buggy at times

try this
https://wiki.bytecoin.org/wiki/Simplewallet_JSON_RPC_API#reset_2

We created a network for a customer recently (PreMine) and had to the same issue but were able to come up with a workaround to get the daemon to correct the Block Reward Mismatch message


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: ssdnow on January 02, 2018, 07:39:02 PM


Is this node running well? or is it not working as it should be?


Code:
fork@tech2:~/forknote-linux$ ./forknoted --config-file configs/technetium.conf
Success: Configuration file openned: "configs/technetium.conf"
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.743872 INFO    forknote v2.1.1.1245 ()
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.744925 INFO    Module folder: ./forknoted
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.746964 INFO    Opening DB in /home/fork/.technetium/DB
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.763394 INFO    DB opened in /home/fork/.technetium/DB
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.766321 INFO    Initializing core...
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.777807 INFO    Core initialized OK
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.778304 INFO    Initializing p2p server...
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.778495 INFO    Generated new peer ID: 7029398983946693145
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.778632 INFO    Binding on 0.0.0.0:34250
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.778833 INFO    Net service binded on 0.0.0.0:34250
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.778966 INFO    Attempting to add IGD port mapping.
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.784096 INFO    No IGD was found.
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.784263 INFO    P2p server initialized OK
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.792004 INFO    Starting core rpc server on address 127.0.0.1:34377
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.792378 INFO    Core rpc server started ok
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.792522 INFO    Starting p2p net loop...
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.792608 INFO    Starting node_server
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO    **********************************************************************
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO    You are now synchronized with the network. You may now start simplewallet.
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO    Please note, that the blockchain will be saved only after you quit the daemon with "exit" command                                   or if you use "save" command.
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO    Otherwise, you will possibly need to synchronize the blockchain again.
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO    Use "help" command to see the list of available commands.
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO    **********************************************************************
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.802332 WARNING [207.246.65.66:57677 INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:24.809138 WARNING [207.246.65.66:46316 INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:26.811479 WARNING [207.246.65.66:33803 INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:28.814101 WARNING [207.246.65.66:46890 INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:30.817393 WARNING [207.246.65.66:35115 INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:32.819522 WARNING [207.246.65.66:38274 INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:34.823345 WARNING [207.246.65.66:38731 INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:36.825551 WARNING [207.246.65.66:54882 INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:38.828191 WARNING [207.246.65.66:54645 INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:40.832488 WARNING [207.246.65.66:51703 INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:42.834446 WARNING [207.246.65.66:44667 INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on January 02, 2018, 10:47:53 PM
Can someone tell me how to reset?

My latest efforts:

- I use the coin2.conf file to create the DB. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1079306.msg26865189#msg26865189 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1079306.msg26865189#msg26865189)

- Then I print the genesis tx manually, this gives me the "outs: " and new genesis tx hex.

- I add the new tx hex to the coin2.conf, which creates a new coin3.conf.

- I use the coin3.conf to connect to the DB created with the coin2.conf, which seems to work except the simple wallet still has the "Failed to load: genesis block hash does not match stored state..." error.

- So I delete the old coin2.conf DB and recreate the DB using the coin3.conf.

- Everything connects without an error including simple wallet. But simple wallet still freezes and won't except any commands:

Code:
Wallet file name: coin1
password: ********
2018-Jan-01 18:45:51.227067 INFO    Loading wallet...
Sync from timestamp: 0
2018-Jan-01 18:45:51.349815 INFO    Opened wallet: walletaddress
2018-Jan-01 18:45:51.350168 INFO    **********************************************************************
Use "help" command to see the list of available commands.
**********************************************************************
help
help
exit
Which verison of forknote is used?
IMO Forknote 2.1.2 (core Bytecoin 2.1.2) has some issues w/simplewallet hanging on launch (sync wont display like other verison) and on exit (wont close)
forknote wallet v2.1.1.1245 () seems to run smooth but does get buggy at times

try this
https://wiki.bytecoin.org/wiki/Simplewallet_JSON_RPC_API#reset_2

We created a network for a customer recently (PreMine) and had to the same issue but were able to come up with a workaround to get the daemon to correct the Block Reward Mismatch message

You should use 2.1.2. The previews version has some serious bugs, especially if you use zawy difficulty algorithm. 


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: ssdnow on January 02, 2018, 11:29:15 PM


Is this node running well? or is it not working as it should be?


Code:
fork@tech2:~/forknote-linux$ ./forknoted --config-file configs/technetium.conf
Success: Configuration file openned: "configs/technetium.conf"
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.743872 INFO    forknote v2.1.1.1245 ()
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.744925 INFO    Module folder: ./forknoted
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.746964 INFO    Opening DB in /home/fork/.technetium/DB
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.763394 INFO    DB opened in /home/fork/.technetium/DB
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.766321 INFO    Initializing core...
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.777807 INFO    Core initialized OK
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.778304 INFO    Initializing p2p server...
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.778495 INFO    Generated new peer ID: 7029398983946693145
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.778632 INFO    Binding on 0.0.0.0:34250
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.778833 INFO    Net service binded on 0.0.0.0:34250
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.778966 INFO    Attempting to add IGD port mapping.
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.784096 INFO    No IGD was found.
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.784263 INFO    P2p server initialized OK
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.792004 INFO    Starting core rpc server on address 127.0.0.1:34377
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.792378 INFO    Core rpc server started ok
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.792522 INFO    Starting p2p net loop...
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.792608 INFO    Starting node_server
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO    **********************************************************************
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO    You are now synchronized with the network. You may now start simplewallet.
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO    Please note, that the blockchain will be saved only after you quit the daemon with "exit" command                                   or if you use "save" command.
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO    Otherwise, you will possibly need to synchronize the blockchain again.
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO    Use "help" command to see the list of available commands.
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO    **********************************************************************
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.802332 WARNING [207.246.65.66:57677 INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:24.809138 WARNING [207.246.65.66:46316 INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:26.811479 WARNING [207.246.65.66:33803 INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:28.814101 WARNING [207.246.65.66:46890 INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:30.817393 WARNING [207.246.65.66:35115 INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:32.819522 WARNING [207.246.65.66:38274 INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:34.823345 WARNING [207.246.65.66:38731 INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:36.825551 WARNING [207.246.65.66:54882 INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:38.828191 WARNING [207.246.65.66:54645 INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:40.832488 WARNING [207.246.65.66:51703 INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:42.834446 WARNING [207.246.65.66:44667 INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read

@slb hi.
How about this node? it's already working?


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: NicNacCoin on January 03, 2018, 12:44:44 AM

Code:
Wallet file name: coin1
password: ********
2018-Jan-01 18:45:51.227067 INFO    Loading wallet...
Sync from timestamp: 0
2018-Jan-01 18:45:51.349815 INFO    Opened wallet: walletaddress
2018-Jan-01 18:45:51.350168 INFO    **********************************************************************
Use "help" command to see the list of available commands.
**********************************************************************
help
help
exit
Which verison of forknote is used?
IMO Forknote 2.1.2 (core Bytecoin 2.1.2) has some issues w/simplewallet hanging on launch (sync wont display like other verison) and on exit (wont close)
forknote wallet v2.1.1.1245 () seems to run smooth but does get buggy at times

try this
https://wiki.bytecoin.org/wiki/Simplewallet_JSON_RPC_API#reset_2

We created a network for a customer recently (PreMine) and had to the same issue but were able to come up with a workaround to get the daemon to correct the Block Reward Mismatch message

You should use 2.1.2. The previews version has some serious bugs, especially if you use zawy difficulty algorithm. 
SLB, can you list serious bugs found in v2.1.1(released this on Sep 11, 2017) and corrected with v2.1.2(released this on Oct 18, 2017)
https://github.com/forknote/forknote/releases reports only
  • simplewallet issues fixed
  • daemon sync issue fixed for some coins
  • minor bug fixes
though https://github.com/forknote/forknote/issues seems to reflect far more issues with v2.1.2.
also for clarification zawy difficulty algorithm is a param option and not a requirement correct?


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: ssdnow on January 03, 2018, 12:54:58 AM
Hi- @NicNacCoin.
Could you help me in telling me if my node is running well? if what that shows is the right thing, because when entering the wallet that creates with the same .conf that the nodes have, it tells me that there is an error in synchronizing.


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: NicNacCoin on January 03, 2018, 01:19:30 AM
Hi- @NicNacCoin.
Could you help me in telling me if my node is running well? if what that shows is the right thing, because when entering the wallet that creates with the same .conf that the nodes have, it tells me that there is an error in synchronizing.


Is this node running well? or is it not working as it should be?


Code:
fork@tech2:~/forknote-linux$ ./forknoted --config-file configs/technetium.conf
Success: Configuration file openned: "configs/technetium.conf"
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.743872 INFO    forknote v2.1.1.1245 ()
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.744925 INFO    Module folder: ./forknoted
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.746964 INFO    Opening DB in /home/fork/.technetium/DB
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.763394 INFO    DB opened in /home/fork/.technetium/DB
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.766321 INFO    Initializing core...
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.777807 INFO    Core initialized OK
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.778304 INFO    Initializing p2p server...
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.778495 INFO    Generated new peer ID: 7029398983946693145
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.778632 INFO    Binding on 0.0.0.0:34250
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.778833 INFO    Net service binded on 0.0.0.0:34250
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.778966 INFO    Attempting to add IGD port mapping.
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.784096 INFO    No IGD was found.
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.784263 INFO    P2p server initialized OK
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.792004 INFO    Starting core rpc server on address 127.0.0.1:34377
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.792378 INFO    Core rpc server started ok
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.792522 INFO    Starting p2p net loop...
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.792608 INFO    Starting node_server
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO    **********************************************************************
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO    You are now synchronized with the network. You may now start simplewallet.
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO    Please note, that the blockchain will be saved only after you quit the daemon with "exit" command                                   or if you use "save" command.
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO    Otherwise, you will possibly need to synchronize the blockchain again.
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO    Use "help" command to see the list of available commands.
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO    **********************************************************************
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.802332 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]57677[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:24.809138 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]46316[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:26.811479 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]33803[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:28.814101 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]46890[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:30.817393 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]35115[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:32.819522 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]38274[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:34.823345 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]38731[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:36.825551 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]54882[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:38.828191 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]54645[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:40.832488 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]51703[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:42.834446 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]44667[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
Looks like your coins config file has p2p-bind-port=34250
this is just your daemon attempt to connect to 207.246.65.66:(all those other ports) its fine I get that when testing
More interested in what error Simplewallet gives(if any)?
FYI, you should have at minimun 2 nodes.
Once those nodes are up and you get the message "You are now sync.." try connecting with a desktop or laptop.
Are you able to connect to this network using 3rd machine in its current state?

Most error can be fixed by deleting stored blockchain on server.
I tried the simplewallet "reset" but that works like 1 out of 1,000 times.

I've notice after v2.0.6 creating Pre-mine coins and getting block reward mismatch or genesis tx coinbase blah blah blah require workaround.
then if you test min a few blocks with ZAWY params and let your network go unmined for a period of time and mining resumes the difficulty will adjust to diff 1 and then there's the forknoted "height overhead diff" error that requires another fix.

Good luck. reach me by email at support@nicnaccoins.com


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: ssdnow on January 03, 2018, 02:24:31 AM
Hi- @NicNacCoin.
Could you help me in telling me if my node is running well? if what that shows is the right thing, because when entering the wallet that creates with the same .conf that the nodes have, it tells me that there is an error in synchronizing.


Is this node running well? or is it not working as it should be?


Code:
fork@tech2:~/forknote-linux$ ./forknoted --config-file configs/technetium.conf
Success: Configuration file openned: "configs/technetium.conf"
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.743872 INFO    forknote v2.1.1.1245 ()
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.744925 INFO    Module folder: ./forknoted
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.746964 INFO    Opening DB in /home/fork/.technetium/DB
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.763394 INFO    DB opened in /home/fork/.technetium/DB
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.766321 INFO    Initializing core...
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.777807 INFO    Core initialized OK
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.778304 INFO    Initializing p2p server...
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.778495 INFO    Generated new peer ID: 7029398983946693145
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.778632 INFO    Binding on 0.0.0.0:34250
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.778833 INFO    Net service binded on 0.0.0.0:34250
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.778966 INFO    Attempting to add IGD port mapping.
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.784096 INFO    No IGD was found.
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.784263 INFO    P2p server initialized OK
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.792004 INFO    Starting core rpc server on address 127.0.0.1:34377
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.792378 INFO    Core rpc server started ok
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.792522 INFO    Starting p2p net loop...
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.792608 INFO    Starting node_server
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO    **********************************************************************
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO    You are now synchronized with the network. You may now start simplewallet.
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO    Please note, that the blockchain will be saved only after you quit the daemon with "exit" command                                   or if you use "save" command.
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO    Otherwise, you will possibly need to synchronize the blockchain again.
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO    Use "help" command to see the list of available commands.
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO    **********************************************************************
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.802332 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]57677[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:24.809138 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]46316[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:26.811479 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]33803[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:28.814101 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]46890[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:30.817393 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]35115[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:32.819522 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]38274[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:34.823345 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]38731[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:36.825551 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]54882[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:38.828191 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]54645[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:40.832488 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]51703[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:42.834446 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]44667[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
Looks like your coins config file has p2p-bind-port=34250
this is just your daemon attempt to connect to 207.246.65.66:(all those other ports) its fine I get that when testing
More interested in what error Simplewallet gives(if any)?
FYI, you should have at minimun 2 nodes.
Once those nodes are up and you get the message "You are now sync.." try connecting with a desktop or laptop.
Are you able to connect to this network using 3rd machine in its current state?

Most error can be fixed by deleting stored blockchain on server.
I tried the simplewallet "reset" but that works like 1 out of 1,000 times.

I've notice after v2.0.6 creating Pre-mine coins and getting block reward mismatch or genesis tx coinbase blah blah blah require workaround.
then if you test min a few blocks with ZAWY params and let your network go unmined for a period of time and mining resumes the difficulty will adjust to diff 1 and then there's the forknoted "height overhead diff" error that requires another fix.

Good luck. reach me by email at support@nicnaccoins.com




Here I am going to leave a video of how I did everything from 0

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5sunNBSJVpQ&feature=youtu.be

file .conf

Code:
EMISSION_SPEED_FACTOR=18
DIFFICULTY_TARGET=120
CRYPTONOTE_DISPLAY_DECIMAL_POINT=12
MONEY_SUPPLY=18446744073709551615
GENESIS_BLOCK_REWARD=0
DEFAULT_DUST_THRESHOLD=1000000
MINIMUM_FEE=1000000
CRYPTONOTE_MINED_MONEY_UNLOCK_WINDOW=10
CRYPTONOTE_BLOCK_GRANTED_FULL_REWARD_ZONE=100000
MAX_TRANSACTION_SIZE_LIMIT=100000
CRYPTONOTE_PUBLIC_ADDRESS_BASE58_PREFIX=287
DIFFICULTY_CUT_V1=60
DIFFICULTY_CUT_V2=60
DIFFICULTY_CUT=0
DIFFICULTY_LAG_V1=15
DIFFICULTY_LAG_V2=15
DIFFICULTY_LAG=0
DIFFICULTY_WINDOW_V1=720
DIFFICULTY_WINDOW_V2=720
DIFFICULTY_WINDOW=17
ZAWY_DIFFICULTY_V3=1
ZAWY_DIFFICULTY_DIFFICULTY_BLOCK_VERSION=3
p2p-bind-port=22850
rpc-bind-port=22851
BYTECOIN_NETWORK=a0a5ac32-4450-4c62-c743-c63d3fe13ba5
CRYPTONOTE_NAME=technetium
GENESIS_COINBASE_TX_HEX=010a01ff0001ffffffffffff0f029b2e4c0281c0b02e7c53291a94d1d0cbff8883f8024f5142ee494ffbbd0880712101fff35ac4f45553edcadf0be748fb3dee99d5978f835e21c6949fab34ade1982b
MAX_BLOCK_SIZE_INITIAL=100000
UPGRADE_HEIGHT_V2=1
UPGRADE_HEIGHT_V3=30
seed-node=207.246.65.248:22850
seed-node=207.246.112.171:22850

The servers will be active if you want to test, then I will remove it for security reasons.


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: NicNacCoin on January 03, 2018, 02:59:54 AM
Hi- @NicNacCoin.
Could you help me in telling me if my node is running well? if what that shows is the right thing, because when entering the wallet that creates with the same .conf that the nodes have, it tells me that there is an error in synchronizing.


Is this node running well? or is it not working as it should be?


Code:
fork@tech2:~/forknote-linux$ ./forknoted --config-file configs/technetium.conf
Success: Configuration file openned: "configs/technetium.conf"
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.743872 INFO    forknote v2.1.1.1245 ()
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.744925 INFO    Module folder: ./forknoted
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.746964 INFO    Opening DB in /home/fork/.technetium/DB
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.763394 INFO    DB opened in /home/fork/.technetium/DB
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.766321 INFO    Initializing core...
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.777807 INFO    Core initialized OK
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.778304 INFO    Initializing p2p server...
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.778495 INFO    Generated new peer ID: 7029398983946693145
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.778632 INFO    Binding on 0.0.0.0:34250
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.778833 INFO    Net service binded on 0.0.0.0:34250
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.778966 INFO    Attempting to add IGD port mapping.
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.784096 INFO    No IGD was found.
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.784263 INFO    P2p server initialized OK
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.792004 INFO    Starting core rpc server on address 127.0.0.1:34377
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.792378 INFO    Core rpc server started ok
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.792522 INFO    Starting p2p net loop...
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.792608 INFO    Starting node_server
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO    **********************************************************************
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO    You are now synchronized with the network. You may now start simplewallet.
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO    Please note, that the blockchain will be saved only after you quit the daemon with "exit" command                                   or if you use "save" command.
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO    Otherwise, you will possibly need to synchronize the blockchain again.
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO    Use "help" command to see the list of available commands.
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO    **********************************************************************
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.802332 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]57677[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:24.809138 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]46316[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:26.811479 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]33803[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:28.814101 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]46890[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:30.817393 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]35115[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:32.819522 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]38274[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:34.823345 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]38731[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:36.825551 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]54882[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:38.828191 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]54645[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:40.832488 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]51703[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:42.834446 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]44667[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
Looks like your coins config file has p2p-bind-port=34250
this is just your daemon attempt to connect to 207.246.65.66:(all those other ports) its fine I get that when testing
More interested in what error Simplewallet gives(if any)?
FYI, you should have at minimun 2 nodes.
Once those nodes are up and you get the message "You are now sync.." try connecting with a desktop or laptop.
Are you able to connect to this network using 3rd machine in its current state?

Most error can be fixed by deleting stored blockchain on server.
I tried the simplewallet "reset" but that works like 1 out of 1,000 times.

I've notice after v2.0.6 creating Pre-mine coins and getting block reward mismatch or genesis tx coinbase blah blah blah require workaround.
then if you test min a few blocks with ZAWY params and let your network go unmined for a period of time and mining resumes the difficulty will adjust to diff 1 and then there's the forknoted "height overhead diff" error that requires another fix.

Good luck. reach me by email at support@nicnaccoins.com




Here I am going to leave a video of how I did everything from 0

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5sunNBSJVpQ&feature=youtu.be

file .conf

Code:
EMISSION_SPEED_FACTOR=18
DIFFICULTY_TARGET=120
CRYPTONOTE_DISPLAY_DECIMAL_POINT=12
MONEY_SUPPLY=18446744073709551615
GENESIS_BLOCK_REWARD=0
DEFAULT_DUST_THRESHOLD=1000000
MINIMUM_FEE=1000000
CRYPTONOTE_MINED_MONEY_UNLOCK_WINDOW=10
CRYPTONOTE_BLOCK_GRANTED_FULL_REWARD_ZONE=100000
MAX_TRANSACTION_SIZE_LIMIT=100000
CRYPTONOTE_PUBLIC_ADDRESS_BASE58_PREFIX=287
DIFFICULTY_CUT_V1=60
DIFFICULTY_CUT_V2=60
DIFFICULTY_CUT=0
DIFFICULTY_LAG_V1=15
DIFFICULTY_LAG_V2=15
DIFFICULTY_LAG=0
DIFFICULTY_WINDOW_V1=720
DIFFICULTY_WINDOW_V2=720
DIFFICULTY_WINDOW=17
ZAWY_DIFFICULTY_V3=1
ZAWY_DIFFICULTY_DIFFICULTY_BLOCK_VERSION=3
p2p-bind-port=22850
rpc-bind-port=22851
BYTECOIN_NETWORK=a0a5ac32-4450-4c62-c743-c63d3fe13ba5
CRYPTONOTE_NAME=technetium
GENESIS_COINBASE_TX_HEX=010a01ff0001ffffffffffff0f029b2e4c0281c0b02e7c53291a94d1d0cbff8883f8024f5142ee494ffbbd0880712101fff35ac4f45553edcadf0be748fb3dee99d5978f835e21c6949fab34ade1982b
MAX_BLOCK_SIZE_INITIAL=100000
UPGRADE_HEIGHT_V2=1
UPGRADE_HEIGHT_V3=30
seed-node=207.246.65.248:22850
seed-node=207.246.112.171:22850

The servers will be active if you want to test, then I will remove it for security reasons.

No need. I saw the error was gonna happen at 1:45 mark of the video.
Trouble shooting steps to try
1. halt all (3) machines
2. rm all stored blockchain from all machines
3. Launch forknoted on (2) servers 1st and get them to connect
4. Launch forknoted on desktop
5. Launch simplewallet


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: ssdnow on January 03, 2018, 03:27:07 AM
Hi- @NicNacCoin.
Could you help me in telling me if my node is running well? if what that shows is the right thing, because when entering the wallet that creates with the same .conf that the nodes have, it tells me that there is an error in synchronizing.


Is this node running well? or is it not working as it should be?


Code:
fork@tech2:~/forknote-linux$ ./forknoted --config-file configs/technetium.conf
Success: Configuration file openned: "configs/technetium.conf"
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.743872 INFO    forknote v2.1.1.1245 ()
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.744925 INFO    Module folder: ./forknoted
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.746964 INFO    Opening DB in /home/fork/.technetium/DB
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.763394 INFO    DB opened in /home/fork/.technetium/DB
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.766321 INFO    Initializing core...
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.777807 INFO    Core initialized OK
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.778304 INFO    Initializing p2p server...
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.778495 INFO    Generated new peer ID: 7029398983946693145
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.778632 INFO    Binding on 0.0.0.0:34250
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.778833 INFO    Net service binded on 0.0.0.0:34250
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.778966 INFO    Attempting to add IGD port mapping.
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.784096 INFO    No IGD was found.
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.784263 INFO    P2p server initialized OK
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.792004 INFO    Starting core rpc server on address 127.0.0.1:34377
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.792378 INFO    Core rpc server started ok
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.792522 INFO    Starting p2p net loop...
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.792608 INFO    Starting node_server
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO    **********************************************************************
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO    You are now synchronized with the network. You may now start simplewallet.
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO    Please note, that the blockchain will be saved only after you quit the daemon with "exit" command                                   or if you use "save" command.
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO    Otherwise, you will possibly need to synchronize the blockchain again.
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO    Use "help" command to see the list of available commands.
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO    **********************************************************************
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.802332 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]57677[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:24.809138 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]46316[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:26.811479 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]33803[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:28.814101 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]46890[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:30.817393 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]35115[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:32.819522 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]38274[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:34.823345 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]38731[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:36.825551 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]54882[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:38.828191 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]54645[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:40.832488 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]51703[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:42.834446 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]44667[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
Looks like your coins config file has p2p-bind-port=34250
this is just your daemon attempt to connect to 207.246.65.66:(all those other ports) its fine I get that when testing
More interested in what error Simplewallet gives(if any)?
FYI, you should have at minimun 2 nodes.
Once those nodes are up and you get the message "You are now sync.." try connecting with a desktop or laptop.
Are you able to connect to this network using 3rd machine in its current state?

Most error can be fixed by deleting stored blockchain on server.
I tried the simplewallet "reset" but that works like 1 out of 1,000 times.

I've notice after v2.0.6 creating Pre-mine coins and getting block reward mismatch or genesis tx coinbase blah blah blah require workaround.
then if you test min a few blocks with ZAWY params and let your network go unmined for a period of time and mining resumes the difficulty will adjust to diff 1 and then there's the forknoted "height overhead diff" error that requires another fix.

Good luck. reach me by email at support@nicnaccoins.com




Here I am going to leave a video of how I did everything from 0

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5sunNBSJVpQ&feature=youtu.be

file .conf

Code:
EMISSION_SPEED_FACTOR=18
DIFFICULTY_TARGET=120
CRYPTONOTE_DISPLAY_DECIMAL_POINT=12
MONEY_SUPPLY=18446744073709551615
GENESIS_BLOCK_REWARD=0
DEFAULT_DUST_THRESHOLD=1000000
MINIMUM_FEE=1000000
CRYPTONOTE_MINED_MONEY_UNLOCK_WINDOW=10
CRYPTONOTE_BLOCK_GRANTED_FULL_REWARD_ZONE=100000
MAX_TRANSACTION_SIZE_LIMIT=100000
CRYPTONOTE_PUBLIC_ADDRESS_BASE58_PREFIX=287
DIFFICULTY_CUT_V1=60
DIFFICULTY_CUT_V2=60
DIFFICULTY_CUT=0
DIFFICULTY_LAG_V1=15
DIFFICULTY_LAG_V2=15
DIFFICULTY_LAG=0
DIFFICULTY_WINDOW_V1=720
DIFFICULTY_WINDOW_V2=720
DIFFICULTY_WINDOW=17
ZAWY_DIFFICULTY_V3=1
ZAWY_DIFFICULTY_DIFFICULTY_BLOCK_VERSION=3
p2p-bind-port=22850
rpc-bind-port=22851
BYTECOIN_NETWORK=a0a5ac32-4450-4c62-c743-c63d3fe13ba5
CRYPTONOTE_NAME=technetium
GENESIS_COINBASE_TX_HEX=010a01ff0001ffffffffffff0f029b2e4c0281c0b02e7c53291a94d1d0cbff8883f8024f5142ee494ffbbd0880712101fff35ac4f45553edcadf0be748fb3dee99d5978f835e21c6949fab34ade1982b
MAX_BLOCK_SIZE_INITIAL=100000
UPGRADE_HEIGHT_V2=1
UPGRADE_HEIGHT_V3=30
seed-node=207.246.65.248:22850
seed-node=207.246.112.171:22850

The servers will be active if you want to test, then I will remove it for security reasons.



I did it step by step as you explained to me and I still have the same error message in simplewallet

Code:
C:\fork\forknote>simplewallet.exe --config-file configs/technetium.conf
Success: Configuration file openned
2018-Jan-02 23:22:16.774509 INFO    forknote wallet v2.1.2.1251 ()
Nor 'generate-new-wallet' neither 'wallet-file' argument was specified.
What do you want to do?
[O]pen existing wallet, [G]enerate new wallet file, [I]mport wallet or [E]xit.
o
Specify wallet file name (e.g., wallet.bin).
Wallet file name: GA
password: ******
2018-Jan-02 23:22:25.791290 INFO    Loading wallet...
Sync from timestamp: 1514857800
2018-Jan-02 23:22:25.838320 INFO    Opened wallet: TbcFDrKbVmbA4tzNHvF513FCivJXsZ91TGA7eaL36gwUHrW8YYRScdGdrYfFX4YV4DJPWEt759CojLUMACWPMFWe1rpS1KuUW
2018-Jan-02 23:22:25.842823 INFO    **********************************************************************
Use "help" command to see the list of available commands.
**********************************************************************
2018-Jan-02 23:22:25.852829 ERROR   [BlockchainSynchronizer] Failed to query outdated pool transaction: NodeErrorCategory:3, Network error

[wallet TbcFDr]: 2018-Jan-02 23:22:30.858810 ERROR   [BlockchainSynchronizer] Failed to query outdated pool transaction: NodeErrorCategory:3, Network error
2018-Jan-02 23:22:35.870153 ERROR   [BlockchainSynchronizer] Failed to query outdated pool transaction: NodeErrorCategory:3, Network error
2018-Jan-02 23:22:40.877934 ERROR   [BlockchainSynchronizer] Failed to query outdated pool transaction: NodeErrorCategory:3, Network error
2018-Jan-02 23:22:45.887917 ERROR   [BlockchainSynchronizer] Failed to query outdated pool transaction: NodeErrorCategory:3, Network error
2018-Jan-02 23:22:50.893404 ERROR   [BlockchainSynchronizer] Failed to query outdated pool transaction: NodeErrorCategory:3, Network error
2018-Jan-02 23:22:55.901803 ERROR   [BlockchainSynchronizer] Failed to query outdated pool transaction: NodeErrorCategory:3, Network error2018-Jan-02 23:23:00.909823 ERROR   [BlockchainSynchronizer] Failed to query outdated pool transaction: NodeErrorCategory:3, Network error
2018-Jan-02 23:23:05.917073 ERROR   [BlockchainSynchronizer] Failed to query outdated pool transaction: NodeErrorCategory:3, Network error
2018-Jan-02 23:23:10.930158 ERROR   [BlockchainSynchronizer] Failed to query outdated pool transaction: NodeErrorCategory:3, Network error
2018-Jan-02 23:23:15.949587 ERROR   [BlockchainSynchronizer] Failed to query outdated pool transaction: NodeErrorCategory:3, Network error


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: NicNacCoin on January 03, 2018, 03:58:42 AM
Hi- @NicNacCoin.
Could you help me in telling me if my node is running well? if what that shows is the right thing, because when entering the wallet that creates with the same .conf that the nodes have, it tells me that there is an error in synchronizing.


Is this node running well? or is it not working as it should be?


Code:
fork@tech2:~/forknote-linux$ ./forknoted --config-file configs/technetium.conf
Success: Configuration file openned: "configs/technetium.conf"
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.743872 INFO    forknote v2.1.1.1245 ()
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.744925 INFO    Module folder: ./forknoted
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.746964 INFO    Opening DB in /home/fork/.technetium/DB
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.763394 INFO    DB opened in /home/fork/.technetium/DB
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.766321 INFO    Initializing core...
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.777807 INFO    Core initialized OK
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.778304 INFO    Initializing p2p server...
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.778495 INFO    Generated new peer ID: 7029398983946693145
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.778632 INFO    Binding on 0.0.0.0:34250
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.778833 INFO    Net service binded on 0.0.0.0:34250
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.778966 INFO    Attempting to add IGD port mapping.
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.784096 INFO    No IGD was found.
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.784263 INFO    P2p server initialized OK
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.792004 INFO    Starting core rpc server on address 127.0.0.1:34377
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.792378 INFO    Core rpc server started ok
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.792522 INFO    Starting p2p net loop...
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.792608 INFO    Starting node_server
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO    **********************************************************************
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO    You are now synchronized with the network. You may now start simplewallet.
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO    Please note, that the blockchain will be saved only after you quit the daemon with "exit" command                                   or if you use "save" command.
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO    Otherwise, you will possibly need to synchronize the blockchain again.
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO    Use "help" command to see the list of available commands.
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO    **********************************************************************
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.802332 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]57677[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:24.809138 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]46316[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:26.811479 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]33803[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:28.814101 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]46890[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:30.817393 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]35115[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:32.819522 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]38274[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:34.823345 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]38731[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:36.825551 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]54882[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:38.828191 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]54645[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:40.832488 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]51703[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:42.834446 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]44667[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
Looks like your coins config file has p2p-bind-port=34250
this is just your daemon attempt to connect to 207.246.65.66:(all those other ports) its fine I get that when testing
More interested in what error Simplewallet gives(if any)?
FYI, you should have at minimun 2 nodes.
Once those nodes are up and you get the message "You are now sync.." try connecting with a desktop or laptop.
Are you able to connect to this network using 3rd machine in its current state?

Most error can be fixed by deleting stored blockchain on server.
I tried the simplewallet "reset" but that works like 1 out of 1,000 times.

I've notice after v2.0.6 creating Pre-mine coins and getting block reward mismatch or genesis tx coinbase blah blah blah require workaround.
then if you test min a few blocks with ZAWY params and let your network go unmined for a period of time and mining resumes the difficulty will adjust to diff 1 and then there's the forknoted "height overhead diff" error that requires another fix.

Good luck. reach me by email at support@nicnaccoins.com




Here I am going to leave a video of how I did everything from 0

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5sunNBSJVpQ&feature=youtu.be

file .conf

Code:
EMISSION_SPEED_FACTOR=18
DIFFICULTY_TARGET=120
CRYPTONOTE_DISPLAY_DECIMAL_POINT=12
MONEY_SUPPLY=18446744073709551615
GENESIS_BLOCK_REWARD=0
DEFAULT_DUST_THRESHOLD=1000000
MINIMUM_FEE=1000000
CRYPTONOTE_MINED_MONEY_UNLOCK_WINDOW=10
CRYPTONOTE_BLOCK_GRANTED_FULL_REWARD_ZONE=100000
MAX_TRANSACTION_SIZE_LIMIT=100000
CRYPTONOTE_PUBLIC_ADDRESS_BASE58_PREFIX=287
DIFFICULTY_CUT_V1=60
DIFFICULTY_CUT_V2=60
DIFFICULTY_CUT=0
DIFFICULTY_LAG_V1=15
DIFFICULTY_LAG_V2=15
DIFFICULTY_LAG=0
DIFFICULTY_WINDOW_V1=720
DIFFICULTY_WINDOW_V2=720
DIFFICULTY_WINDOW=17
ZAWY_DIFFICULTY_V3=1
ZAWY_DIFFICULTY_DIFFICULTY_BLOCK_VERSION=3
p2p-bind-port=22850
rpc-bind-port=22851
BYTECOIN_NETWORK=a0a5ac32-4450-4c62-c743-c63d3fe13ba5
CRYPTONOTE_NAME=technetium
GENESIS_COINBASE_TX_HEX=010a01ff0001ffffffffffff0f029b2e4c0281c0b02e7c53291a94d1d0cbff8883f8024f5142ee494ffbbd0880712101fff35ac4f45553edcadf0be748fb3dee99d5978f835e21c6949fab34ade1982b
MAX_BLOCK_SIZE_INITIAL=100000
UPGRADE_HEIGHT_V2=1
UPGRADE_HEIGHT_V3=30
seed-node=207.246.65.248:22850
seed-node=207.246.112.171:22850

The servers will be active if you want to test, then I will remove it for security reasons.



I did it step by step as you explained to me and I still have the same error message in simplewallet

Code:
C:\fork\forknote>simplewallet.exe --config-file configs/technetium.conf
Success: Configuration file openned
2018-Jan-02 23:22:16.774509 INFO    forknote wallet v2.1.2.1251 ()
Nor 'generate-new-wallet' neither 'wallet-file' argument was specified.
What do you want to do?
[O]pen existing wallet, [G]enerate new wallet file, [I]mport wallet or [E]xit.
o
Specify wallet file name (e.g., wallet.bin).
Wallet file name: GA
password: ******
2018-Jan-02 23:22:25.791290 INFO    Loading wallet...
Sync from timestamp: 1514857800
2018-Jan-02 23:22:25.838320 INFO    Opened wallet: TbcFDrKbVmbA4tzNHvF513FCivJXsZ91TGA7eaL36gwUHrW8YYRScdGdrYfFX4YV4DJPWEt759CojLUMACWPMFWe1rpS1KuUW
2018-Jan-02 23:22:25.842823 INFO    **********************************************************************
Use "help" command to see the list of available commands.
**********************************************************************
2018-Jan-02 23:22:25.852829 ERROR   [BlockchainSynchronizer] Failed to query outdated pool transaction: NodeErrorCategory:3, Network error

[wallet TbcFDr]: 2018-Jan-02 23:22:30.858810 ERROR   [BlockchainSynchronizer] Failed to query outdated pool transaction: NodeErrorCategory:3, Network error
2018-Jan-02 23:22:35.870153 ERROR   [BlockchainSynchronizer] Failed to query outdated pool transaction: NodeErrorCategory:3, Network error
2018-Jan-02 23:22:40.877934 ERROR   [BlockchainSynchronizer] Failed to query outdated pool transaction: NodeErrorCategory:3, Network error
2018-Jan-02 23:23:10.930158 ERROR   [BlockchainSynchronizer] Failed to query outdated pool transaction: NodeErrorCategory:3, Network error
2018-Jan-02 23:23:15.949587 ERROR   [BlockchainSynchronizer] Failed to query outdated pool transaction: NodeErrorCategory:3, Network error
Code:
C:\Users\Crackup\Music\technetium>lib\simplewallet --config-file configs/technetiumcoin.conf
Success: Configuration file openned
2018-Jan-02 21:48:51.554000 INFO    forknote wallet v2.0.1.1221 ()
Nor 'generate-new-wallet' neither 'wallet-file' argument was specified.
What do you want to do?
[O]pen existing wallet, [G]enerate new wallet file, [I]mport wallet or [E]xit.
g
Specify wallet file name (e.g., wallet.bin).
Wallet file name: GA
password: ****
Sync from timestamp: 1514864938
2018-Jan-02 21:48:58.465000 INFO    Generated new wallet: Tbc9gPp3Vih3JWsX75gLr91TxqbuvdJoUe1ufFrCtGKfB1j8tYR84XpTj2pcVmwU661gFfq4EVqJuMBGSaGTmk7q3C1L
2018-Jan-02 21:48:58.465000 INFO    view key: f306fea55ad26819f2588b61d9aef3998d46e911c891926c4f8170933f506e01
2018-Jan-02 21:48:58.484000 INFO    **********************************************************************
Your wallet has been generated.
Use "help" command to see the list of available commands.
Always use "exit" command when closing simplewallet to save
current session's state. Otherwise, you will possibly need to synchronize
your wallet again. Your wallet key is NOT under risk anyway.
**********************************************************************

[wallet Tbc9gP]: 2018-Jan-02 21:50:34.051000 INFO    Height 1, transaction a7bb9f4ad14af1e3198872f80473d6fb06b5212d01dc352c1575e234075c33dc, received
resett 1 of 1
Sync from timestamp: 1514864938
2018-Jan-02 21:54:11.727000 INFO    Reset completed successfully.
2018-Jan-02 21:54:12.457000 INFO    Height 1, transaction a7bb9f4ad14af1e3198872f80473d6fb06b5212d01dc352c1575e234075c33dc, received 70.368475742208
Those were simply trouble shooting step, no grntee
You want to try those 1st in this case I simple made new seeds for the configs on ubuntu 14.04 64 bit

Feel free to test yourself using config file param
EMISSION_SPEED_FACTOR=18
DIFFICULTY_TARGET=120
CRYPTONOTE_DISPLAY_DECIMAL_POINT=12
MONEY_SUPPLY=18446744073709551615
GENESIS_BLOCK_REWARD=0
DEFAULT_DUST_THRESHOLD=1000000
MINIMUM_FEE=1000000
CRYPTONOTE_MINED_MONEY_UNLOCK_WINDOW=10
CRYPTONOTE_BLOCK_GRANTED_FULL_REWARD_ZONE=100000
MAX_TRANSACTION_SIZE_LIMIT=100000
CRYPTONOTE_PUBLIC_ADDRESS_BASE58_PREFIX=287
DIFFICULTY_CUT_V1=60
DIFFICULTY_CUT_V2=60
DIFFICULTY_CUT=0
DIFFICULTY_LAG_V1=15
DIFFICULTY_LAG_V2=15
DIFFICULTY_LAG=0
DIFFICULTY_WINDOW_V1=720
DIFFICULTY_WINDOW_V2=720
DIFFICULTY_WINDOW=17
ZAWY_DIFFICULTY_V3=1
ZAWY_DIFFICULTY_DIFFICULTY_BLOCK_VERSION=3
p2p-bind-port=22850
rpc-bind-port=22851
BYTECOIN_NETWORK=a0a5ac32-4450-4c62-c743-c63d3fe13ba5
CRYPTONOTE_NAME=technetium
GENESIS_COINBASE_TX_HEX=010a01ff0001ffffffffffff0f029b2e4c0281c0b02e7c53291a94d1d0cbff8883f8024f5142ee494ffbbd0880712101fff35ac4f45553edcadf0be748fb3dee99d5978f835e21c6949fab34ade1982b
MAX_BLOCK_SIZE_INITIAL=100000
UPGRADE_HEIGHT_V2=1
UPGRADE_HEIGHT_V3=30
seed-node=159.89.46.135:22850
seed-node=159.89.176.66:22850


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: ssdnow on January 03, 2018, 04:28:47 AM
Hi- @NicNacCoin.
Could you help me in telling me if my node is running well? if what that shows is the right thing, because when entering the wallet that creates with the same .conf that the nodes have, it tells me that there is an error in synchronizing.


Is this node running well? or is it not working as it should be?


Code:
fork@tech2:~/forknote-linux$ ./forknoted --config-file configs/technetium.conf
Success: Configuration file openned: "configs/technetium.conf"
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.743872 INFO    forknote v2.1.1.1245 ()
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.744925 INFO    Module folder: ./forknoted
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.746964 INFO    Opening DB in /home/fork/.technetium/DB
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.763394 INFO    DB opened in /home/fork/.technetium/DB
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.766321 INFO    Initializing core...
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.777807 INFO    Core initialized OK
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.778304 INFO    Initializing p2p server...
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.778495 INFO    Generated new peer ID: 7029398983946693145
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.778632 INFO    Binding on 0.0.0.0:34250
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.778833 INFO    Net service binded on 0.0.0.0:34250
2018-Jan-02 19:36:18.778966 INFO    Attempting to add IGD port mapping.
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.784096 INFO    No IGD was found.
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.784263 INFO    P2p server initialized OK
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.792004 INFO    Starting core rpc server on address 127.0.0.1:34377
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.792378 INFO    Core rpc server started ok
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.792522 INFO    Starting p2p net loop...
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.792608 INFO    Starting node_server
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO    **********************************************************************
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO    You are now synchronized with the network. You may now start simplewallet.
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO    Please note, that the blockchain will be saved only after you quit the daemon with "exit" command                                   or if you use "save" command.
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO    Otherwise, you will possibly need to synchronize the blockchain again.
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO    Use "help" command to see the list of available commands.
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.799842 INFO    **********************************************************************
2018-Jan-02 19:36:22.802332 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]57677[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:24.809138 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]46316[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:26.811479 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]33803[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:28.814101 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]46890[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:30.817393 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]35115[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:32.819522 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]38274[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:34.823345 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]38731[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:36.825551 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]54882[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:38.828191 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]54645[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:40.832488 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]51703[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
2018-Jan-02 19:36:42.834446 WARNING [207.246.65.66:[b]44667[/b] INC] Exception in connectionHandler: TcpConnection::read
Looks like your coins config file has p2p-bind-port=34250
this is just your daemon attempt to connect to 207.246.65.66:(all those other ports) its fine I get that when testing
More interested in what error Simplewallet gives(if any)?
FYI, you should have at minimun 2 nodes.
Once those nodes are up and you get the message "You are now sync.." try connecting with a desktop or laptop.
Are you able to connect to this network using 3rd machine in its current state?

Most error can be fixed by deleting stored blockchain on server.
I tried the simplewallet "reset" but that works like 1 out of 1,000 times.

I've notice after v2.0.6 creating Pre-mine coins and getting block reward mismatch or genesis tx coinbase blah blah blah require workaround.
then if you test min a few blocks with ZAWY params and let your network go unmined for a period of time and mining resumes the difficulty will adjust to diff 1 and then there's the forknoted "height overhead diff" error that requires another fix.

Good luck. reach me by email at support@nicnaccoins.com




Here I am going to leave a video of how I did everything from 0

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5sunNBSJVpQ&feature=youtu.be

file .conf

Code:
EMISSION_SPEED_FACTOR=18
DIFFICULTY_TARGET=120
CRYPTONOTE_DISPLAY_DECIMAL_POINT=12
MONEY_SUPPLY=18446744073709551615
GENESIS_BLOCK_REWARD=0
DEFAULT_DUST_THRESHOLD=1000000
MINIMUM_FEE=1000000
CRYPTONOTE_MINED_MONEY_UNLOCK_WINDOW=10
CRYPTONOTE_BLOCK_GRANTED_FULL_REWARD_ZONE=100000
MAX_TRANSACTION_SIZE_LIMIT=100000
CRYPTONOTE_PUBLIC_ADDRESS_BASE58_PREFIX=287
DIFFICULTY_CUT_V1=60
DIFFICULTY_CUT_V2=60
DIFFICULTY_CUT=0
DIFFICULTY_LAG_V1=15
DIFFICULTY_LAG_V2=15
DIFFICULTY_LAG=0
DIFFICULTY_WINDOW_V1=720
DIFFICULTY_WINDOW_V2=720
DIFFICULTY_WINDOW=17
ZAWY_DIFFICULTY_V3=1
ZAWY_DIFFICULTY_DIFFICULTY_BLOCK_VERSION=3
p2p-bind-port=22850
rpc-bind-port=22851
BYTECOIN_NETWORK=a0a5ac32-4450-4c62-c743-c63d3fe13ba5
CRYPTONOTE_NAME=technetium
GENESIS_COINBASE_TX_HEX=010a01ff0001ffffffffffff0f029b2e4c0281c0b02e7c53291a94d1d0cbff8883f8024f5142ee494ffbbd0880712101fff35ac4f45553edcadf0be748fb3dee99d5978f835e21c6949fab34ade1982b
MAX_BLOCK_SIZE_INITIAL=100000
UPGRADE_HEIGHT_V2=1
UPGRADE_HEIGHT_V3=30
seed-node=207.246.65.248:22850
seed-node=207.246.112.171:22850

The servers will be active if you want to test, then I will remove it for security reasons.



I did it step by step as you explained to me and I still have the same error message in simplewallet

Code:
C:\fork\forknote>simplewallet.exe --config-file configs/technetium.conf
Success: Configuration file openned
2018-Jan-02 23:22:16.774509 INFO    forknote wallet v2.1.2.1251 ()
Nor 'generate-new-wallet' neither 'wallet-file' argument was specified.
What do you want to do?
[O]pen existing wallet, [G]enerate new wallet file, [I]mport wallet or [E]xit.
o
Specify wallet file name (e.g., wallet.bin).
Wallet file name: GA
password: ******
2018-Jan-02 23:22:25.791290 INFO    Loading wallet...
Sync from timestamp: 1514857800
2018-Jan-02 23:22:25.838320 INFO    Opened wallet: TbcFDrKbVmbA4tzNHvF513FCivJXsZ91TGA7eaL36gwUHrW8YYRScdGdrYfFX4YV4DJPWEt759CojLUMACWPMFWe1rpS1KuUW
2018-Jan-02 23:22:25.842823 INFO    **********************************************************************
Use "help" command to see the list of available commands.
**********************************************************************
2018-Jan-02 23:22:25.852829 ERROR   [BlockchainSynchronizer] Failed to query outdated pool transaction: NodeErrorCategory:3, Network error

[wallet TbcFDr]: 2018-Jan-02 23:22:30.858810 ERROR   [BlockchainSynchronizer] Failed to query outdated pool transaction: NodeErrorCategory:3, Network error
2018-Jan-02 23:22:35.870153 ERROR   [BlockchainSynchronizer] Failed to query outdated pool transaction: NodeErrorCategory:3, Network error
2018-Jan-02 23:22:40.877934 ERROR   [BlockchainSynchronizer] Failed to query outdated pool transaction: NodeErrorCategory:3, Network error
2018-Jan-02 23:23:10.930158 ERROR   [BlockchainSynchronizer] Failed to query outdated pool transaction: NodeErrorCategory:3, Network error
2018-Jan-02 23:23:15.949587 ERROR   [BlockchainSynchronizer] Failed to query outdated pool transaction: NodeErrorCategory:3, Network error
Code:
C:\Users\Crackup\Music\technetium>lib\simplewallet --config-file configs/technetiumcoin.conf
Success: Configuration file openned
2018-Jan-02 21:48:51.554000 INFO    forknote wallet v2.0.1.1221 ()
Nor 'generate-new-wallet' neither 'wallet-file' argument was specified.
What do you want to do?
[O]pen existing wallet, [G]enerate new wallet file, [I]mport wallet or [E]xit.
g
Specify wallet file name (e.g., wallet.bin).
Wallet file name: GA
password: ****
Sync from timestamp: 1514864938
2018-Jan-02 21:48:58.465000 INFO    Generated new wallet: Tbc9gPp3Vih3JWsX75gLr91TxqbuvdJoUe1ufFrCtGKfB1j8tYR84XpTj2pcVmwU661gFfq4EVqJuMBGSaGTmk7q3C1L
2018-Jan-02 21:48:58.465000 INFO    view key: f306fea55ad26819f2588b61d9aef3998d46e911c891926c4f8170933f506e01
2018-Jan-02 21:48:58.484000 INFO    **********************************************************************
Your wallet has been generated.
Use "help" command to see the list of available commands.
Always use "exit" command when closing simplewallet to save
current session's state. Otherwise, you will possibly need to synchronize
your wallet again. Your wallet key is NOT under risk anyway.
**********************************************************************

[wallet Tbc9gP]: 2018-Jan-02 21:50:34.051000 INFO    Height 1, transaction a7bb9f4ad14af1e3198872f80473d6fb06b5212d01dc352c1575e234075c33dc, received
resett 1 of 1
Sync from timestamp: 1514864938
2018-Jan-02 21:54:11.727000 INFO    Reset completed successfully.
2018-Jan-02 21:54:12.457000 INFO    Height 1, transaction a7bb9f4ad14af1e3198872f80473d6fb06b5212d01dc352c1575e234075c33dc, received 70.368475742208
Those were simply trouble shooting step, no grntee
You want to try those 1st in this case I simple made new seeds for the configs on ubuntu 14.04 64 bit

Feel free to test yourself using config file param
EMISSION_SPEED_FACTOR=18
DIFFICULTY_TARGET=120
CRYPTONOTE_DISPLAY_DECIMAL_POINT=12
MONEY_SUPPLY=18446744073709551615
GENESIS_BLOCK_REWARD=0
DEFAULT_DUST_THRESHOLD=1000000
MINIMUM_FEE=1000000
CRYPTONOTE_MINED_MONEY_UNLOCK_WINDOW=10
CRYPTONOTE_BLOCK_GRANTED_FULL_REWARD_ZONE=100000
MAX_TRANSACTION_SIZE_LIMIT=100000
CRYPTONOTE_PUBLIC_ADDRESS_BASE58_PREFIX=287
DIFFICULTY_CUT_V1=60
DIFFICULTY_CUT_V2=60
DIFFICULTY_CUT=0
DIFFICULTY_LAG_V1=15
DIFFICULTY_LAG_V2=15
DIFFICULTY_LAG=0
DIFFICULTY_WINDOW_V1=720
DIFFICULTY_WINDOW_V2=720
DIFFICULTY_WINDOW=17
ZAWY_DIFFICULTY_V3=1
ZAWY_DIFFICULTY_DIFFICULTY_BLOCK_VERSION=3
p2p-bind-port=22850
rpc-bind-port=22851
BYTECOIN_NETWORK=a0a5ac32-4450-4c62-c743-c63d3fe13ba5
CRYPTONOTE_NAME=technetium
GENESIS_COINBASE_TX_HEX=010a01ff0001ffffffffffff0f029b2e4c0281c0b02e7c53291a94d1d0cbff8883f8024f5142ee494ffbbd0880712101fff35ac4f45553edcadf0be748fb3dee99d5978f835e21c6949fab34ade1982b
MAX_BLOCK_SIZE_INITIAL=100000
UPGRADE_HEIGHT_V2=1
UPGRADE_HEIGHT_V3=30
seed-node=159.89.46.135:22850
seed-node=159.89.176.66:22850


It works great for me, so my problem is with the nodes?
I could even mine a few and everything perfectly.
If you like, let's talk about PM.


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: growarijo on January 03, 2018, 11:13:59 PM
Hi slb,

The secret/public key don't work, if I create a new address in walletd with a viewkey of another address anywere in the network I expect the balance to show up and the same address. When I do this now I get a totaly different address, everytime, and no balance visible.

Is this the expected behaviour of keys ?

BTW: Using forknote 2.1.2 after including zawy on forknote 2.1.1 introduces bugs, transactions get cancelled and previous transactions before zawy introduction are gone !!

Kr,
Olivier @ b2bcoin.xyz


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on January 04, 2018, 12:22:00 AM
Hi slb,

The secret/public key don't work, if I create a new address in walletd with a viewkey of another address anywere in the network I expect the balance to show up and the same address. When I do this now I get a totaly different address, everytime, and no balance visible.

Is this the expected behaviour of keys ?

BTW: Using forknote 2.1.2 after including zawy on forknote 2.1.1 introduces bugs, transactions get cancelled and previous transactions before zawy introduction are gone !!

Kr,
Olivier @ b2bcoin.xyz

Where are you not seeing the transactions? simplwallet or walletd? Is 'reset' helping? There was a bug in 2.1.0 or 2.1.1 which require reset to be performed on update.

Import/export wallets from walletd to simplewallet and vice versa works. I do it a couple times per day. You need the secret and view private keys


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: growarijo on January 04, 2018, 04:28:57 PM
Hi slb,

The secret/public key don't work, if I create a new address in walletd with a viewkey of another address anywere in the network I expect the balance to show up and the same address. When I do this now I get a totaly different address, everytime, and no balance visible.

Is this the expected behaviour of keys ?

BTW: Using forknote 2.1.2 after including zawy on forknote 2.1.1 introduces bugs, transactions get cancelled and previous transactions before zawy introduction are gone !!

Kr,
Olivier @ b2bcoin.xyz

Where are you not seeing the transactions? simplwallet or walletd? Is 'reset' helping? There was a bug in 2.1.0 or 2.1.1 which require reset to be performed on update.

Import/export wallets from walletd to simplewallet and vice versa works. I do it a couple times per day. You need the secret and view private keys

Hi slb,

We use 2.1.1 because 2.1.2 deleted (cancelled) our transactions before zawy diff introduction.
We use walletd in our web wallet as well as in our gui wallet. Reset is not helping, we get a different address everytime we import the secret/public key.
We use secret/public keys from walletd and import them in walletd, but nothing happens even after reset.

Kr,
Olivier @ b2bcoin.xyz


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: NicNacCoin on January 04, 2018, 07:22:07 PM
Hi slb,

The secret/public key don't work, if I create a new address in walletd with a viewkey of another address anywere in the network I expect the balance to show up and the same address. When I do this now I get a totaly different address, everytime, and no balance visible.

Is this the expected behaviour of keys ?

BTW: Using forknote 2.1.2 after including zawy on forknote 2.1.1 introduces bugs, transactions get cancelled and previous transactions before zawy introduction are gone !!

Kr,
Olivier @ b2bcoin.xyz

Where are you not seeing the transactions? simplwallet or walletd? Is 'reset' helping? There was a bug in 2.1.0 or 2.1.1 which require reset to be performed on update.

Import/export wallets from walletd to simplewallet and vice versa works. I do it a couple times per day. You need the secret and view private keys

Hi slb,

We use 2.1.1 because 2.1.2 deleted (cancelled) our transactions before zawy diff introduction.
We use walletd in our web wallet as well as in our gui wallet. Reset is not helping, we get a different address everytime we import the secret/public key.
We use secret/public keys from walletd and import them in walletd, but nothing happens even after reset.

Kr,
Olivier @ b2bcoin.xyz
If it helps B2B, import using exported keys from wallet A will always create new wallet address B. This simply re-creates the wallet A transactions from the original wallet address into wallet address B. Both wallet address A and wallet address B are now able to view and spend any coins.


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on January 04, 2018, 07:45:02 PM
Hi slb,

The secret/public key don't work, if I create a new address in walletd with a viewkey of another address anywere in the network I expect the balance to show up and the same address. When I do this now I get a totaly different address, everytime, and no balance visible.

Is this the expected behaviour of keys ?

BTW: Using forknote 2.1.2 after including zawy on forknote 2.1.1 introduces bugs, transactions get cancelled and previous transactions before zawy introduction are gone !!

Kr,
Olivier @ b2bcoin.xyz

Where are you not seeing the transactions? simplwallet or walletd? Is 'reset' helping? There was a bug in 2.1.0 or 2.1.1 which require reset to be performed on update.

Import/export wallets from walletd to simplewallet and vice versa works. I do it a couple times per day. You need the secret and view private keys

Hi slb,

We use 2.1.1 because 2.1.2 deleted (cancelled) our transactions before zawy diff introduction.
We use walletd in our web wallet as well as in our gui wallet. Reset is not helping, we get a different address everytime we import the secret/public key.
We use secret/public keys from walletd and import them in walletd, but nothing happens even after reset.

Kr,
Olivier @ b2bcoin.xyz

The problem is some timestamp/timestamp check in the wallet and/or the wallet software.
Adding SYNC_FROM_ZERO=1 to the config file of the affected wallets should fix it, but I am not 100% sure


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: growarijo on January 04, 2018, 09:54:45 PM
Hi slb,

The secret/public key don't work, if I create a new address in walletd with a viewkey of another address anywere in the network I expect the balance to show up and the same address. When I do this now I get a totaly different address, everytime, and no balance visible.

Is this the expected behaviour of keys ?

BTW: Using forknote 2.1.2 after including zawy on forknote 2.1.1 introduces bugs, transactions get cancelled and previous transactions before zawy introduction are gone !!

Kr,
Olivier @ b2bcoin.xyz

Where are you not seeing the transactions? simplwallet or walletd? Is 'reset' helping? There was a bug in 2.1.0 or 2.1.1 which require reset to be performed on update.

Import/export wallets from walletd to simplewallet and vice versa works. I do it a couple times per day. You need the secret and view private keys

Hi slb,

We use 2.1.1 because 2.1.2 deleted (cancelled) our transactions before zawy diff introduction.
We use walletd in our web wallet as well as in our gui wallet. Reset is not helping, we get a different address everytime we import the secret/public key.
We use secret/public keys from walletd and import them in walletd, but nothing happens even after reset.

Kr,
Olivier @ b2bcoin.xyz
If it helps B2B, import using exported keys from wallet A will always create new wallet address B. This simply re-creates the wallet A transactions from the original wallet address into wallet address B. Both wallet address A and wallet address B are now able to view and spend any coins.

Hi NicNacCoin,

Some small but important info you gave me, thanks for that :-)

Kr,
Olivier @ b2bcoin.xyz


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: jonathan3306 on January 05, 2018, 03:47:40 AM
Good luck with your coin I hope it does well.I will often focus on


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: CryptoCrazy1817 on January 06, 2018, 06:17:08 PM
Hi I tried the cryptonote forking and got the following error while making file :

Code:
cd /home/veda/vedacoin/build/release/src && /usr/bin/cmake -E cmake_link_script CMakeFiles/ConnectivityTool.dir/link.txt --verbose=1
/usr/bin/c++    -pthread -std=c++11  -Wall -Wextra -Wpointer-arith -Wundef -Wvla -Wwrite-strings -Werror -Wno-error=extra -Wno-error=unused-function -Wno-error=deprecated-declarations -Wno-error=sign-compare -Wno-error=strict-aliasing -Wno-error=type-limits -Wno-unused-parameter -Wno-error=unused-variable -Wno-error=undef -Wno-error=uninitialized -Wno-error=unused-result -Wlogical-op -Wno-error=maybe-uninitialized -Wno-error=clobbered -Wno-error=unused-but-set-variable -Wno-error=odr -Wno-reorder -Wno-missing-field-initializers -march=native -maes -O3 -DNDEBUG -Ofast -DNDEBUG -Wno-unused-variable -flto   CMakeFiles/ConnectivityTool.dir/ConnectivityTool/ConnectivityTool.cpp.o  -o connectivity_tool -rdynamic libCryptoNoteCore.a libCommon.a libLogging.a libCrypto.a libP2P.a libRpc.a libHttp.a libSerialization.a libSystem.a -lboost_system -lboost_filesystem -lboost_thread -lboost_date_time -lboost_chrono -lboost_regex -lboost_serialization -lboost_program_options -lboost_atomic -lpthread -lrt
/usr/bin/ld: StreamTools.cpp.o: plugin needed to handle lto object
/tmp/ccJfR21L.ltrans1.ltrans.o: In function `std::_Function_handler<void (), handle_request_stat(boost::program_options::variables_map&, unsigned long)::{lambda()#4}>::_M_invoke(std::_Any_data const&) [clone .lto_priv.444]':
<artificial>:(.text+0xc83): undefined reference to `Common::write(Common::IOutputStream&, void const*, unsigned long)'
<artificial>:(.text+0xcb6): undefined reference to `Common::write(Common::IOutputStream&, void const*, unsigned long)'
<artificial>:(.text+0xe0b): undefined reference to `Common::write(Common::IOutputStream&, void const*, unsigned long)'
<artificial>:(.text+0xe4e): undefined reference to `Common::write(Common::IOutputStream&, void const*, unsigned long)'
/tmp/ccJfR21L.ltrans1.ltrans.o: In function `std::_Function_handler<void (), handle_request_stat(boost::program_options::variables_map&, unsigned long)::{lambda()#3}>::_M_invoke(std::_Any_data const&) [clone .lto_priv.446]':
<artificial>:(.text+0x1178): undefined reference to `Common::write(Common::IOutputStream&, void const*, unsigned long)'
/tmp/ccJfR21L.ltrans1.ltrans.o:<artificial>:(.text+0x11a5): more undefined references to `Common::write(Common::IOutputStream&, void const*, unsigned long)' follow
/tmp/ccJfR21L.ltrans13.ltrans.o: In function `(anonymous namespace)::loadSection(Common::IInputStream&) [clone .lto_priv.382]':
<artificial>:(.text+0xdae): undefined reference to `Common::read(Common::IInputStream&, unsigned char&)'
<artificial>:(.text+0xde9): undefined reference to `Common::read(Common::IInputStream&, unsigned char&)'
<artificial>:(.text+0xe3e): undefined reference to `Common::read(Common::IInputStream&, void*, unsigned long)'
<artificial>:(.text+0xe99): undefined reference to `Common::read(Common::IInputStream&, void*, unsigned long)'
<artificial>:(.text+0xec4): undefined reference to `Common::read(Common::IInputStream&, void*, unsigned long)'
<artificial>:(.text+0xf00): undefined reference to `Common::read(Common::IInputStream&, unsigned char&)'
<artificial>:(.text+0xf39): undefined reference to `Common::read(Common::IInputStream&, unsigned char&)'
/tmp/ccJfR21L.ltrans20.ltrans.o: In function `(anonymous namespace)::loadValue(Common::IInputStream&, unsigned char) [clone .lto_priv.385]':
<artificial>:(.text+0x487): undefined reference to `Common::read(Common::IInputStream&, unsigned char&)'
<artificial>:(.text+0x4f4): undefined reference to `Common::read(Common::IInputStream&, void*, unsigned long)'
<artificial>:(.text+0x534): undefined reference to `Common::read(Common::IInputStream&, void*, unsigned long)'
<artificial>:(.text+0x564): undefined reference to `Common::read(Common::IInputStream&, void*, unsigned long)'
<artificial>:(.text+0x5a4): undefined reference to `Common::read(Common::IInputStream&, void*, unsigned long)'
<artificial>:(.text+0x5d4): undefined reference to `Common::read(Common::IInputStream&, void*, unsigned long)'
/tmp/ccJfR21L.ltrans20.ltrans.o:<artificial>:(.text+0x5f4): more undefined references to `Common::read(Common::IInputStream&, void*, unsigned long)' follow
/tmp/ccJfR21L.ltrans20.ltrans.o: In function `(anonymous namespace)::loadValue(Common::IInputStream&, unsigned char) [clone .lto_priv.385]':
<artificial>:(.text+0x6cc): undefined reference to `Common::read(Common::IInputStream&, unsigned char&)'
<artificial>:(.text+0x707): undefined reference to `Common::read(Common::IInputStream&, unsigned char&)'
<artificial>:(.text+0x7a9): undefined reference to `Common::read(Common::IInputStream&, unsigned char&)'
<artificial>:(.text+0x839): undefined reference to `Common::read(Common::IInputStream&, unsigned char&)'
<artificial>:(.text+0x86c): undefined reference to `Common::read(Common::IInputStream&, void*, unsigned long)'
/tmp/ccJfR21L.ltrans20.ltrans.o: In function `CryptoNote::KVBinaryInputStreamSerializer::KVBinaryInputStreamSerializer(Common::IInputStream&)':
<artificial>:(.text+0x920): undefined reference to `Common::read(Common::IInputStream&, void*, unsigned long)'
/tmp/ccJfR21L.ltrans21.ltrans.o: In function `(anonymous namespace)::writeElementName(Common::IOutputStream&, Common::StringView) [clone .constprop.205]':
<artificial>:(.text+0xb7): undefined reference to `Common::write(Common::IOutputStream&, void const*, unsigned long)'
<artificial>:(.text+0xc7): undefined reference to `Common::write(Common::IOutputStream&, void const*, unsigned long)'
/tmp/ccJfR21L.ltrans21.ltrans.o: In function `Crypto::serialize(Crypto::Signature&, Common::StringView, CryptoNote::ISerializer&) [clone .constprop.191]':
<artificial>:(.text+0x1366): undefined reference to `Common::write(Common::IOutputStream&, void const*, unsigned long)'
<artificial>:(.text+0x1376): undefined reference to `Common::write(Common::IOutputStream&, void const*, unsigned long)'
collect2: error: ld returned 1 exit status
src/CMakeFiles/ConnectivityTool.dir/build.make:113: recipe for target 'src/connectivity_tool' failed
make[3]: *** [src/connectivity_tool] Error 1
make[3]: Leaving directory '/home/veda/vedacoin/build/release'
CMakeFiles/Makefile2:955: recipe for target 'src/CMakeFiles/ConnectivityTool.dir/all' failed
make[2]: *** [src/CMakeFiles/ConnectivityTool.dir/all] Error 2
make[2]: Leaving directory '/home/veda/vedacoin/build/release'
Makefile:94: recipe for target 'all' failed
make[1]: *** [all] Error 2
make[1]: Leaving directory '/home/veda/vedacoin/build/release'
Makefile:20: recipe for target 'build-release' failed
make: *** [build-release] Error 2


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: PeterDove on January 07, 2018, 06:16:33 PM
Hi,

I would like to create a new coin based on cryptonote adding new information stored in transactions and some other changes. Is there anyone I could hire to work through the source code with me so that I get comfortable with the full design and where everything is before I start making changes?

Regards

Peter Dove


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: ssdnow on January 07, 2018, 06:56:04 PM
@NicNacCoin


I have returned for a new question, could you tell me that there is an additional configuration to be done to the server to create the node so that I can run as I should? or am I doing something wrong or the node that is configured in Vultr does not work for CryptoNote?.

The nodes that I have configured in Vultr run me but I do not know if I'm doing it right, because when connecting from my laptop with Windows it does not connect and simplewallet does not synchronize, when you mount the test node with my .conf everything is connected perfectly, Can you help me with the config of the serer in Vultr? I pass you by private user and password of Vultr you can enter with all the confidence and configure 2 nodez and you warn me to do the test from my lapto, you can pass me your wallet BTC for private donation, Thanks


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: connorwoods on January 10, 2018, 11:28:47 AM
nobody helps me set up the nodes in digitalocean, nothing costs, I have proposed to give a donation and nobody seems, I create 2 nodes just as the tutorial says, but the truth is I do not know if they are working, I still can not synchronize it seems that it does not work for me and nobody wants to win a few satos to configure the nodes, here I leave my images of the nodes and the local daemon with the wallet

NODOS
https://imgur.com/PPsMMQK

Daemon y Wallet
https://imgur.com/eInBMli

As you can see, if the Nodes are running well, the local Dameon does not pass any more so it does not synchronize and the wallet logic does not synchronize if there is no Daemon synchronizing, if someone is encouraged to help me in the Nodes, thank you very much.
perhaps you should try some other algo for your coin cause it seems your not a  very competent forknote dev. just saying. i'll be sure to steer clear of technetium


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on January 10, 2018, 11:57:39 AM
nobody helps me set up the nodes in digitalocean, nothing costs, I have proposed to give a donation and nobody seems, I create 2 nodes just as the tutorial says, but the truth is I do not know if they are working, I still can not synchronize it seems that it does not work for me and nobody wants to win a few satos to configure the nodes, here I leave my images of the nodes and the local daemon with the wallet

NODOS
https://imgur.com/PPsMMQK

Daemon y Wallet
https://imgur.com/eInBMli

As you can see, if the Nodes are running well, the local Dameon does not pass any more so it does not synchronize and the wallet logic does not synchronize if there is no Daemon synchronizing, if someone is encouraged to help me in the Nodes, thank you very much.

Just start mining and check if they have the same block height.
Having the same config on all node is really all you need. You should delete any old blockchain folder with the same name of-course.


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: dina dini on January 10, 2018, 01:15:38 PM
this project I think will be successful, from the team have been great and experienced in the field. good luck this project


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: andrewzhiwen123 on January 10, 2018, 04:34:35 PM
When I transfer the coin, there is an error says 'Error: internal node error '. What does it mean?


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on January 19, 2018, 02:01:29 PM
This guy needs help, please help him if you have the knowledge:

https://github.com/forknote/forknote/issues/76


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: michaellu88 on February 06, 2018, 07:21:51 AM
i made a video for installation without premine.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K1FL5xQK2d8

i don't know if the procedure is correct or not. Anyone give advice please.

If this video is ok, i will make another video on installation with premined and video on how to transfer coin.

thanks


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on February 06, 2018, 10:51:35 PM
i made a video for installation without premine.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K1FL5xQK2d8

i don't know if the procedure is correct or not. Anyone give advice please.

If this video is ok, i will make another video on installation with premined and video on how to transfer coin.

thanks

Do you have DSH address? I will send you a small amount. I can send on Democats or Minergate's chain, whatever works for you.


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: michaellu88 on February 09, 2018, 12:07:37 AM
Premined coin setup video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cI_mICjgn6U

Without premined coin setup video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K1FL5xQK2d8

will add video on fund transfer, and hopefully GUI wallet setup in the future if possible. 

thanks Slb, i only have a hitbtc dsh account: DCpEEPyhZFhAagAx9vbSUaf7cAoPKLV3jM1dFyQ6iGw1QVquVSNYx7vV3t9ZzAVrKd1mzeWaYMgFTiU HmsmiDcNt2rxGmww





Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: luiscunha875 on February 19, 2018, 06:07:08 PM
wich wallet can I use for my premined coins ?


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on February 22, 2018, 10:56:57 AM
Premined coin setup video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cI_mICjgn6U

Without premined coin setup video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K1FL5xQK2d8

will add video on fund transfer, and hopefully GUI wallet setup in the future if possible. 

thanks Slb, i only have a hitbtc dsh account: DCpEEPyhZFhAagAx9vbSUaf7cAoPKLV3jM1dFyQ6iGw1QVquVSNYx7vV3t9ZzAVrKd1mzeWaYMgFTiU HmsmiDcNt2rxGmww


Sorry for the delay. I sent you some Minergate DSH.


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: 2ACoin on March 02, 2018, 06:34:49 PM
I have successfully created a new coin based on the ForkNote process...  ;D

I'd like to setup a pool to use with my new coin but I am unsure of which pool will work with it.

Any suggestions on a good ForkNote Pool software?


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: 2ACoin on March 03, 2018, 04:42:52 AM
I have successfully created a new coin based on the ForkNote process...  ;D

I'd like to setup a pool to use with my new coin but I am unsure of which pool will work with it.

Any suggestions on a good ForkNote Pool software?

I did find the FORKNOTE-POOL located here https://github.com/forknote/forknote-pool

I have it installed and it's working as I would have expected... With one exception!

EXCEPTION - All of the payments that are being generated from the pool have 0.00 transaction value. I have played with the settings in the payments section of the config.json file but none of these settings appear to have any impact on the payment values.

Code:
"payments": {
    "enabled": true,
    "interval": 600, //how often to run in seconds
    "maxAddresses": 50, //split up payments if sending to more than this many addresses
    "mixin": 3, //number of transactions yours is indistinguishable from
    "transferFee": 5000000000, //fee to pay for each transaction
    "minPayment": 100000000000, //miner balance required before sending payment
    "maxTransactionAmount": 0, //split transactions by this amount(to prevent "too big transaction" error)
    "denomination": 100000000000 //truncate to this precision and store remainder
},

Does anyone have any suggestions of what I can look at?


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: mugensiz on March 10, 2018, 07:33:10 AM
newbie shitty coin creator welcome to easy shit


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: Lion BItcoin Shop on March 10, 2018, 10:35:40 AM
how to use this code? https://github.com/forknote/cryptonote-generator
any guide?


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: mela65 on March 10, 2018, 08:14:15 PM
I wish success your project, if you need any Turkish community manager and translator you can contact with me .


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: 2ACoin on March 16, 2018, 04:24:01 AM
So I am seeing a lot of talk about the new X3 Bitmain miners that are for Cryptonight mining...

If ASIC machines come out for Cryptonight, are there any plans to fork (soft or hard) ForkNote so that it will remain and ASIC Immune algorithm?



Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: slb on March 16, 2018, 05:48:56 PM
So I am seeing a lot of talk about the new X3 Bitmain miners that are for Cryptonight mining...

If ASIC machines come out for Cryptonight, are there any plans to fork (soft or hard) ForkNote so that it will remain and ASIC Immune algorithm?



There will be option for changing the hashing algorithm (like the zawy diff hardfork). We will not force users to change or not to change. Networks should decide for themselves.


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: eeX on March 17, 2018, 07:57:59 AM
This ASICs 99%fake.


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: streamcoindev on March 23, 2018, 08:54:37 AM
For anyone interested i made a web wallet for forknote coins
https://github.com/streamcoindev/ForkNote-webwallet


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: fonship on April 03, 2018, 06:55:08 PM
For anyone interested i made a web wallet for forknote coins
https://github.com/streamcoindev/ForkNote-webwallet

Instead of connect through web, can i run this on localhost and use it?
So it should be hosted on server and domain.

I feel more secure if I can have find of wallet running on local host. Node can be on server but wallet and related files on local machine.
Like command line wallet read wallet file, can this  also read in simple way, without login.


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: domirose on April 11, 2018, 09:08:38 AM
can this code be used to premine a cryptonote based coin?


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: fonship on April 11, 2018, 08:30:17 PM
can this code be used to premine a cryptonote based coin?

I think yes, little different and difficulty than normal forking. I think forknote site have infor related to premine settings. You can refer there.
I have seen some coins with premine with forknote as well


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: 2ACoin on July 18, 2018, 03:42:51 PM
can this code be used to premine a cryptonote based coin?

I think yes, little different and difficulty than normal forking. I think forknote site have infor related to premine settings. You can refer there.
I have seen some coins with premine with forknote as well

Yes, ForkNote coins can be created with a pre-mine... Using the default fork-note coin or thru the cryptonote-generator too. We have done both!


Title: Re: [ANN] Forknote - create your own Cryptonote network
Post by: cromex on August 07, 2018, 04:38:46 PM
what version of bytecoin is now the base?