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Title: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 12, 2015, 01:19:03 AM
Catcoin - CAT
The Scryptcat version of Bitcoin!



Information

PoW algorithm: Scrypt
Current Code Version: 0.9.3.0
Block reward: 50 CAT
Block time: 10 minutes
Retarget: 1 Block, Using a combination of a PID algorithm designed by Blaksmith and a modification of DigiShield
Max supply: 21 million
Reward halving interval: 210,000 blocks
Source code: https://github.com/CatcoinOfficial/CatcoinRelease

Wallets

Windows wallet:
http://catcoinwallets.com/win/Catcoin_0.9.3.0_win.zip (http://catcoinwallets.com/win/Catcoin_0.9.3.0_win.zip)
SHA256: 1142288324779FB8AA1689A2EC823739D34CFAFCC382E3AA6ACCCBFA39D6C710

Windows wallet build instructions if you want to build your own from source: http://www.catcoinwallets.com/win/catcoin_wallet_build_windows.pdf (http://www.catcoinwallets.com/win/catcoin_wallet_build_windows.pdf)

Mac OSX wallet:
In Progress
SHA256:

We have two seed nodes on the network - if you see any others in your catcoin.conf, remove them:
addnode=167.160.36.82
addnode=173.254.235.58

Sample catcoin.conf that includes our network seeds:
Code:
rpcuser=username
rpcpassword=userpassword
server=1
daemon=1
testnet=0
listen=1
addnode=167.160.36.82
addnode=173.254.235.58
rpcport=9932  (Default is 9932. Any available port can be used.)
rpcallowip=192.168.*.*  (<-- change this to match your network address range)

Pools  All pools below are updated to 9.3.0

Geekhash Pool (http://www.geekhash.org/)
iSpace Pool (http://ispace.co.uk/coindetails/?coin=cat)
Cat E-Pool P2 Pool (http://p2pool.e-pool.net:5751/static/)
ThePeePs P2 Pool (http://p2pool.thepeeps.net:9333/static/index.html)
Prohashing (https://prohashing.com/)


Block explorer

http://catcoinwallets.com:2750/chain/Catcoin (http://catcoinwallets.com:2750/chain/Catcoin) 9.3.0
https://prohashing.com/explorer/Catcoin/ (https://prohashing.com/explorer/Catcoin/)  9.3.0
http://cat.smartchain.cc/ (http://cat.smartchain.cc/) (Not updated;  Unable to contact.  Do not use after Sep 1st, 2017)

Cat Listen - watch transactions and blocks on the network

http://catlisten.geekhash.org/ (http://catlisten.geekhash.org/)  9.3.0


Exchanges

Cryptopia: https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Exchange?market=CAT_BTC (https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Exchange?market=CAT_BTC)  9.3.0
NLexch:  https://www.nlexch.com/markets/catbtc (https://www.nlexch.com/markets/catbtc)  9.3.0


Coin Market Cap - CAT Edition

http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/catcoin/ (http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/catcoin/)



The Dev Team

We'd like to take this opportunity to introduce our dev team (IRC usernames are used here, but are mostly the same as the Bitcointalk usernames):

KR105 - Creator and Honorary Dev of Catcoin
Kevin McCurdy (aka Maverickthenoob): Face of the dev team, Facebook page admin, code tester and general Catcoin supporter.
Mack25 - Developer of the .org website
Sir_Knee_Grow - Catcoin subreddit mod/creator and owner or the ##catcoin IRC channel
ZeroDrama: Prominent forum and IRC contributor who has been active since launch, heavy contributions to the last fork
SlimePuppy: Windows client compiler and forum Rep; trainee codemonkey
Blaksmith: Pool operator and coder

Others

Website: http://catcoins.org/ The official site
Website: http://catcoinwallets.com/ (contains the pool stats chart)
Subreddit: http://reddit.com/r/catcoins
IRC (Freenode): #catcoin ##catcoin and #catcoin-dev #catcoin-testnet
IRC Browser Utility (http://geekhash.org/web_irc/)


Inactive - We don't have access to these accounts.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CatcoinOfficial
Twitter: https://twitter.com/CatcoinOfficial



Please keep conversations on-topic about CAT and her community.  All are welcome, but keep to the rules please.  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=703657.0 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=703657.0)


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: goodguyed on July 12, 2015, 01:20:34 AM
2 scrypt launches in as many hours


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: animalroam on July 12, 2015, 01:22:40 AM
2 scrypt launches in as many hours

It seems like it's just a new thread for Catcoin.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: Blaksmith on July 12, 2015, 01:34:18 AM
2 scrypt launches in as many hours

It seems like it's just a new thread for Catcoin.

Yes, this is a new thread for CatCoin.  The creator of the 0.9.1.1 thread will be occupied with other things in their life for a while, so we started this new one so we can continue being able to update the OP etc.

Let's keep this CAT purring and happy!

http://uhtc.net/happycat.jpg

Blak


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 12, 2015, 02:16:09 AM
The new code triggers at block 46331.  ...  1297 blocks to go...  9 days to go...  Approximately 20th July  /edit...   gah... approx 5/6 Aug   edit/

All of the info in the OP is current.  All pools and block explorers have upgraded to V9.2.0.

Cryptsy is in maintenance - they're upgrading to V9.2.0 as we speak.  Please do not send coins to or from Cryptsy until they finish their upgrade and we risk our coins to test.

It's time for CAT to shine!


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: skeppern on July 12, 2015, 08:50:28 AM
Hey All,

If anyone of you was on Hashnova mining for CAT you may have noticed that Hashnova was using the wrong height. I have been following the previous thread closely and updated the client accordingly and was thinking why, it seemed that I was connected to older clients for (any valid reason) and those didn't have the new blocks. (Bug?).

Solution was that I opened up the firewall and made Hashnova to a catnode and clients with the right height connected to me! Wee!
addnode=node.hashnova.com:9933

I am sorry if any of you that was mining on Hashnova was encountering any problems or lack in finding blocks because of this. I wish I could have seen this a lot quicker than I did. Any ideas how to?

The Catcoin pool can still be found here:
https://pool.hashnova.com/pools/Catcoin/CAT/

Running on client:
https://github.com/CatcoinOfficial/CatcoinRelease

Any questions? Feel free to contact me.

Cheers,
David





Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: zerodrama on July 12, 2015, 01:27:54 PM
Hey All,

If anyone of you was on Hashnova mining for CAT you may have noticed that Hashnova was using the wrong height. I have been following the previous thread closely and updated the client accordingly and was thinking why, it seemed that I was connected to older clients for (any valid reason) and those didn't have the new blocks. (Bug?).

Solution was that I opened up the firewall and made Hashnova to a catnode and clients with the right height connected to me! Wee!
addnode=node.hashnova.com:9933

I am sorry if any of you that was mining on Hashnova was encountering any problems or lack in finding blocks because of this. I wish I could have seen this a lot quicker than I did. Any ideas how to?

The Catcoin pool can still be found here:
https://pool.hashnova.com/pools/Catcoin/CAT/

Running on client:
https://github.com/CatcoinOfficial/CatcoinRelease

Any questions? Feel free to contact me.

Cheers,
David

Thanks for the update.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 12, 2015, 03:03:18 PM
Hey All,

If anyone of you was on Hashnova mining for CAT you may have noticed that Hashnova was using the wrong height. I have been following the previous thread closely and updated the client accordingly and was thinking why, it seemed that I was connected to older clients for (any valid reason) and those didn't have the new blocks. (Bug?).

Solution was that I opened up the firewall and made Hashnova to a catnode and clients with the right height connected to me! Wee!
addnode=node.hashnova.com:9933

I am sorry if any of you that was mining on Hashnova was encountering any problems or lack in finding blocks because of this. I wish I could have seen this a lot quicker than I did. Any ideas how to?

The Catcoin pool can still be found here:
https://pool.hashnova.com/pools/Catcoin/CAT/

Running on client:
https://github.com/CatcoinOfficial/CatcoinRelease

Any questions? Feel free to contact me.

Cheers,
David

Hi David!

If you'd like to add the seed nodes, feel free - that should lock you solidly into the network.

addnode=167.160.36.82
addnode=173.254.235.58

Thanks for the pool!
Andy



Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: bitcoin1387 on July 12, 2015, 04:05:24 PM
I like that currency two things I love in life Bitcoin and Cats :)
thanks for the update.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: AltCoinBuddah on July 12, 2015, 04:15:04 PM
Is it an old coin or a new one? Looks to be a new thread for an old coin.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: zerodrama on July 12, 2015, 04:44:30 PM
Is it an old coin or a new one? Looks to be a new thread for an old coin.

New version release.

Old coin.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: skeppern on July 12, 2015, 06:19:04 PM

Hi David!

If you'd like to add the seed nodes, feel free - that should lock you solidly into the network.

addnode=167.160.36.82
addnode=173.254.235.58

Thanks for the pool!
Andy



Hi Andy,

They have been added to the conf and is loaded runtime to make it persistent. Thanks for the nodes!

Cheers,
David


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: MystPhysX on July 13, 2015, 03:59:47 AM
Catcoin 0.9.2.0 OSX Wallet: https://www.dropbox.com/s/pbefwdsjk6jlawt/Catcoin-Qt.zip?dl=0

New Berkeley DB version used. Please backup your wallet.dat before upgrading and clear the folder in Application Support. This does mean you will have to redownload the blockchain so for your convenience here is a bootstrap.dat for blocks 0-45074: https://www.dropbox.com/s/vaozl526ocjwovq/Catcoin%20bootstrap.zip?dl=0


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 13, 2015, 04:55:21 AM
Catcoin 0.9.2.0 OSX Wallet: https://www.dropbox.com/s/pbefwdsjk6jlawt/Catcoin-Qt.zip?dl=0

New Berkeley DB version used. Please backup your wallet.dat before upgrading and clear the folder in Application Support. This does mean you will have to redownload the blockchain so for your convenience here is a bootstrap.dat for blocks 0-45074: https://www.dropbox.com/s/vaozl526ocjwovq/Catcoin%20bootstrap.zip?dl=0
Thanks again, MystPhysX!

https://i.imgur.com/UM3x2Qv.png

I'll get this on our server as well.

Andy

edit...
Wallet uploaded to catcoinwallets.com
OP updated
catcoins.org updated
reddit updated
/edit


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: Hazcat on July 13, 2015, 11:25:37 AM
Any news on cryptsy and getting the wallet sorted or is that due to be done after the ~ 19th / 20th?


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 13, 2015, 05:15:15 PM
Any news on cryptsy and getting the wallet sorted or is that due to be done after the ~ 19th / 20th?

No news yet from Cryptsy.  They won't say where we are in the queue or when they expect to get us updated.

Based on the earlier experiences with Cryptsy, we expect them to take 2-3 weeks.  Three weeks will be July 16th.

These are the tickets we know to be open:


Ticket ID - 193353  25th June  (V9.2.0 upgrade)
Ticket ID - 195252    7th July  (Any progress on 192253?)

Ticket ID - 194673 7th July  (Deposit not credited - Taiga)
Ticket ID - 195687 9th July  (Deposit not credited - SlimePuppy)








Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: wolverine5pl on July 19, 2015, 05:04:17 PM
anyone has problem with their wallet?
my is stuck on block 45206
even redownloading blockchain didnt helped


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: MystPhysX on July 19, 2015, 06:22:57 PM
anyone has problem with their wallet?
my is stuck on block 45206
even redownloading blockchain didnt helped
It looks like the chain is on 45206, give it a bit.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: bejjan on July 19, 2015, 11:26:45 PM
This rapid difficulty increase may well come from my pool, as dedicated operator I have gathered a group of miners to help shake this long block.

Best regards,
Bejjan


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: bejjan on July 19, 2015, 11:37:40 PM
And the block is popped :-)

/Bejjan


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: wolverine5pl on July 20, 2015, 02:37:01 PM
seriusly this coin is broken. not getting any coins in my wallet (latest ver) and its stuck on synchronizing (15hrs behind atm bkicj 45207) very weird.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: bejjan on July 20, 2015, 04:04:49 PM
It's another long block that is "clogging" up the chain.

Keep mining it'll pop eventually.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: Blaksmith on July 20, 2015, 04:23:52 PM
seriusly this coin is broken. not getting any coins in my wallet (latest ver) and its stuck on synchronizing (15hrs behind atm bkicj 45207) very weird.

We are waiting until block 46331 for the new difficulty algo to take effect.  We are still on the old algo.  Once we hit that block, things should get to a somewhat normal block rate.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: bejjan on July 20, 2015, 06:35:21 PM
Difficulty 123.00455302   , that should work :-)



Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: wolverine5pl on July 20, 2015, 06:47:18 PM
wallet fully syncs:)
but still missing coins
http://catcoinwallets.com:2750/tx/03465a265582065f8df76391fcacd6f462f0158a4084a9b28bb6f0db186b1691

not yet redeemed. any idea why?


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: bejjan on July 20, 2015, 07:01:54 PM
wallet fully syncs:)
but still missing coins
................

not yet redeemed. any idea why?

Your link is infected.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: wolverine5pl on July 20, 2015, 07:04:06 PM
wallet fully syncs:)
but still missing coins
................

not yet redeemed. any idea why?

Your link is infected.

What you mean infected?


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: bejjan on July 20, 2015, 07:34:10 PM
What you mean infected?

This...

Code:
ESET Endpoint Antivirus
Access denied
Details:
Web page: http://catcoinwallets.com:2750/tx/03465a265582065f8df76391fcacd6f462f0158a4084a9b28bb6f0db186b1691
Comment: Access to the web page was blocked by ESET Endpoint Antivirus. The web page is on the list of websites with potentially dangerous content.
Open ESET Knowledgebase  |  www.eset.com


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: wolverine5pl on July 20, 2015, 07:47:17 PM
Block explorer

http://catcoinwallets.com:2750/chain/Catcoin
https://prohashing.com/explorer/Catcoin/

from main page.
more reasons to avoid this coin LOL


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: Blaksmith on July 20, 2015, 09:09:43 PM
Why someone use new version Catcoin:0.9.2.4?
I think 9.2.0 have a bug and wrong chain.

If you rebuild database with   connect=107.170.40.107   you go to main chain.

If you are running anything OTHER than 0.9.2.0, then you are running the WRONG code, and will be feeding into Hozer's unauthorized code against the coin.

107.170.40.107 is Hozer's seed node, which is NOT running OFFICIAL code listed here:

https://github.com/CatcoinOfficial/CatcoinRelease

Current block on the official chain at the time of this post: 45223

Blak


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: Blaksmith on July 20, 2015, 09:14:39 PM
Block explorer

http://catcoinwallets.com:2750/chain/Catcoin
https://prohashing.com/explorer/Catcoin/

from main page.
more reasons to avoid this coin LOL

Looks like catcoinwallets.com has an issue that happened over the weekend.  We will look into why that site is down ASAP.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: vampirus on July 20, 2015, 09:40:15 PM
Why someone use new version Catcoin:0.9.2.4?
I think 9.2.0 have a bug and wrong chain.

If you rebuild database with   connect=107.170.40.107   you go to main chain.

If you are running anything OTHER than 0.9.2.0, then you are running the WRONG code, and will be feeding into Hozer's unauthorized code against the coin.

107.170.40.107 is Hozer's seed node, which is NOT running OFFICIAL code listed here:

https://github.com/CatcoinOfficial/CatcoinRelease

Current block on the official chain at the time of this post: 45223

Blak


I use 0.9.2.0 and my last block 45643


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: wolverine5pl on July 20, 2015, 09:41:59 PM
hmm i use 0.9.2.0 ad my current block 45224 in wallet


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: Blaksmith on July 20, 2015, 09:46:58 PM
hmm i use 0.9.2.0 ad my current block 45224 in wallet

That is the current block on the right chain at this time.  The reason your wallet was showing 15 hours behind, earlier today, was because of the super long block.  Since there wasn't a block for about 15 hours at the time of your original post, then it will think that it is behind.  That will happen on any coin that has long blocks.  If you notice now, since you just found the block on Geekhash, your wallet should show synced up.

After we finally hit block 46331, that is when the new difficulty algo will kick in, and we should not have these super long blocks any more.  We were hoping to hit that block today or tomorrow, but since the difficulty on the old algo went nuts, it left us with a super high difficulty, and slowed down the actual block finding, so we got pushed back at least 3 - 4 days worth of blocks.

Blak


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: Blaksmith on July 20, 2015, 09:54:30 PM
Why someone use new version Catcoin:0.9.2.4?
I think 9.2.0 have a bug and wrong chain.

If you rebuild database with   connect=107.170.40.107   you go to main chain.

If you are running anything OTHER than 0.9.2.0, then you are running the WRONG code, and will be feeding into Hozer's unauthorized code against the coin.

107.170.40.107 is Hozer's seed node, which is NOT running OFFICIAL code listed here:

https://github.com/CatcoinOfficial/CatcoinRelease

Current block on the official chain at the time of this post: 45223

Blak


I use 0.9.2.0 and my last block 45643

Make a backup of your wallet directory, and delete everything in it except for wallet.dat, and then re-sync.  Make sure you do NOT have that connect= or addnode= with the IP address listed, as that node is using the WRONG blockchain.



Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: vampirus on July 20, 2015, 10:06:10 PM
On which chain yours wallet, depend on connections to one or other chain. Which more connections that winner.
I use maxconnections=5
and
addnode=107.170.40.107 - 45643
addnode=62.210.254.171 - 45643
addnode=146.0.32.101     - 45643
addnode=98.115.147.74   - 45224
addnode=108.61.10.90    - 45224

if I add connections with 45224 my wallet switch to new blockchain, but I lost many coins.
Therefore I will support old 45643 chain.
In my opinion 45224 - wrong chain.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: Blaksmith on July 20, 2015, 10:12:17 PM
On which chain yours wallet, depend on connections to one or other chain. Which more connections that winner.
I use maxconnections=5
and
addnode=107.170.40.107 - 45643
addnode=62.210.254.171 - 45643
addnode=146.0.32.101     - 45643
addnode=98.115.147.74   - 45224
addnode=108.61.10.90    - 45224

if I add connections with 45224 my wallet switch to new blockchain, but I lost many coins.
Therefore I will support old 45643 chain.
In my opinion 45224 - wrong chain.

You will have to talk to Hozer on your lost coins then.  As he is "A single entity" that is causing that fork in the chain, against "A community of many" on the official chain.

Good luck getting your coins to work with his chain.

Blak.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: vampirus on July 20, 2015, 10:17:39 PM
It is just my experiment. I lost only 7 bocks ;)


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: Blaksmith on July 20, 2015, 10:21:41 PM
It is just my experiment. I lost only 7 bocks ;)

Good luck with the experiment, and I hope you do find the results as I have stated. ;) 

Blak


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 21, 2015, 03:13:56 AM
And the block is popped :-)

/Bejjan
Thanks much Bejjan and miners!

I just returned from a few days away from home and my miners were off-line.  I expected us to still be hung up this evening - but when I returned I see that we're back down from space.

Thanks CATs!


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 21, 2015, 03:36:48 AM
On which chain yours wallet, depend on connections to one or other chain. Which more connections that winner.
I use maxconnections=5
and
addnode=107.170.40.107 - 45643
addnode=62.210.254.171 - 45643
addnode=146.0.32.101     - 45643
addnode=98.115.147.74   - 45224
addnode=108.61.10.90    - 45224

if I add connections with 45224 my wallet switch to new blockchain, but I lost many coins.
Therefore I will support old 45643 chain.
In my opinion 45224 - wrong chain.

You will have to talk to Hozer on your lost coins then.  As he is "A single entity" that is causing that fork in the chain, against "A community of many" on the official chain.

Good luck getting your coins to work with his chain.

Blak.
Good luck indeed.

To be very accurate:  the chain 'vampirus' is mining isn't a 'fork' from Catcoin - it's a completely separate blockchain with completely different parameters than CATcoin.  It is a completely separate coin that is using our graphics, port, and name.  It is not CAT, it is run by a single entity that has proven himself to be a thief, and  is NOT in any way CAT.  Anyone mining there is not generating CAT - they're generating Hozer's 'copycat' coin.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 21, 2015, 03:51:39 AM
wallet fully syncs:)
but still missing coins
................

not yet redeemed. any idea why?

Your link is infected.
Nothing wrong with the link.  The virus scanner is likely keying on the character string for the TxID and comparing it to its signature database.  That's happened before with coins. 

Sorry for the block explorer hang-up today - I checked it last night and it was up and running normally.  I've been traveling all day today and couldn't check the site until I returned.  It's running fine and is absolutely not infected with anything.  My Kaspersky scans are clean, and the server logs are clean.

Andy


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 21, 2015, 03:56:19 AM
seriusly this coin is broken. not getting any coins in my wallet (latest ver) and its stuck on synchronizing (15hrs behind atm bkicj 45207) very weird.
CAT's running fine.  I just opened my wallet and received 4.8 CAT from Bejjan's pool.  Prior to that, I received mined coins from GeekHash on the 16th.

If you didn't get your wallet from http://catcoins.org/ (http://catcoins.org/) (which links to http://catcoinwallets.com/) or your source from https://github.com/CatcoinOfficial/CatcoinRelease (https://github.com/CatcoinOfficial/CatcoinRelease) then you are not running CATcode.

Check the block chart at http://catcoinwallets.com/ (http://catcoinwallets.com/) to see if blocks are flowing normally.  Any wallet will say 'behind' until the next block is found.

http://www.geekhash.org/charts/catgraph.php

We fork into our stable block rate at 46331 and I for one cannot wait.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: vampirus on July 21, 2015, 04:59:39 AM
OK, I switch to right chain.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 21, 2015, 04:08:32 PM
FYI everyone - this isn't new, unfortunately.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=411527.0 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=411527.0)

This isn't an official fork.

Someone wants to fork the coin. He's welcome to, but it doesn't have the support of the community.

This is the worst kind of FUD.

Hit the link for context.  News flash:  Hozer's been trying to 'hoze' the chain since just after launch. What we're seeing today is just the latest attempt.

CAT is strong, our community is strong, and unlike too many coins that started well after we did and died, we are still alive and well.

Andy


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 21, 2015, 05:28:48 PM
We were made aware this morning that the pools at SmarterHash have been mining CAT for at least three weeks and have not been on the coin's blockchain.  We didn't know they were mining CAT, they didn't contact us, and we do not have them on the list of known-good pools that can be found in the OP or the community sites:

http://catcoins.org/ (http://catcoins.org/)
https://www.reddit.com/r/catcoins/ (https://www.reddit.com/r/catcoins/)

If you've been mining there, you have not been mining CAT.  We advise that you stop mining there until further notice.

We are working with the folks at SmarterHash to bring them into the community.  When they're on-track, we'll add them to the pool lists.

Andy

edit... Jeff from 'smarterhash' refuses to connect to the main network and acknowledges that his pool has been mining their own fork.  Instead of fixing the problem, he's decided to shut-down his CAT mining node.  SmarterHash will not be included in our pool list.

/edit


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 21, 2015, 06:13:06 PM
All Righty CATs - we've been working on Bittrex to add CAT to their exchange.  They want to hear from the community before they accept us.  Feel free to request CAT at Bittrex here:

https://bittrex.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/202583854-Submitting-a-Coin-to-Bittrex-Updated-07-20-15 (https://bittrex.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/202583854-Submitting-a-Coin-to-Bittrex-Updated-07-20-15)

We've already submitted all the info they need - source, links, threads, community, etc.  All you have to do, if you want CAT on Bittrex, is to open a support ticket and demand CAT.

We've never been de-listed - the two other exchanges we've been on from the start closed their doors and/or were hacked into bankruptcy.

If you prefer another exchange, please link it as well!

Andy


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: vampirus on July 22, 2015, 03:38:06 PM
Network hashrate:

old   9.1.1 (45862) 414 MH
new 9.2.0 (45262) 125 MH


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 22, 2015, 05:28:59 PM
Network hashrate:

old   9.1.1 (45862) 414 MH
new 9.2.0 (45262) 125 MH
Vampirus - there is only one CAT network.  The current block is 45268.

Any coin network's hash rate numbers are estimates based on how fast or slow previous blocks were solved.  It is impossible to know the actual network hash rate.

Block chart - shows difficulty, block time, and current block
http://catcoinwallets.com/ (http://catcoinwallets.com/)

Block explorer
http://catcoinwallets.com:2750/chain/Catcoin (http://catcoinwallets.com:2750/chain/Catcoin)

If you have the seed nodes from the OP in your catcoin.conf then you should be on the network with either client.  I maintain a seed node and build/test windows and linux wallets - I have absolutely no problem syncing with V9.1.1 or V9.2.0 on either operating system.  Note the info from the Mac wallet build - the wallet compiled, ran, connected to the CAT network, and fully synchronized within minutes.

Code:
rpcuser=username
rpcpassword=userpassword
server=1
daemon=1
testnet=0
listen=1
addnode=167.160.36.82
addnode=173.254.235.58
rpcport=7000
rpcallowip=192.168.*.*


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: vampirus on July 22, 2015, 06:12:57 PM
9.1.1 info http://www.coinwarz.com/cryptocurrency/coins/catcoin
9.2.0 info https://pool.hashnova.com/pools/Catcoin/CAT/

Network's hash rate - it's average for some previous period of time.

When You remove min block time in version 9.2.0 - difficulty start changed dramatically,
and  we may wait block 46331 several months. :(


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 22, 2015, 07:10:28 PM
9.1.1 info http://www.coinwarz.com/cryptocurrency/coins/catcoin
9.2.0 info https://pool.hashnova.com/pools/Catcoin/CAT/

Network's hash rate - it's average for some previous period of time.

When You remove min block time in version 9.2.0 - difficulty start changed dramatically,
and  we may wait block 46331 several months. :(

Yes - there are a number of ways to calculate a hash rate - but it is still an estimate based on the previous block difficulty and the time it took to solve that block.  Because there is no way to know who is mining the network, and because of the random nature of block generation, this is only a very crude estimate.

Yes - we knew that the difficulty would jump around.  We've been here before and it's ok.  Block generation will be slower than normal until we hit the block, but CAT's block generation has been off since launch.  The minimum block time was a kludge to help after a flaw in the algo was identified, and was only necessary when the network hash rate is very low.  The new code is a result of 18 months of work and doesn't need any cheats.

Yes, it can take more time than planned to get to 46331 but it doesn't have to.  It depends on us miners.  All of my 33MH/s are crunching CAT, and I've just bought another 15 MH/s that'll be on-line in a couple of days.  The only way we're going to get to a stable CAT is to mine to the fork.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: bejjan on July 22, 2015, 07:35:18 PM
There hashrate distributed to CAT via my pool is quite high at times, as you can see per the last 120 blocks found by the pool.

https://pool.bejjan.net/pool/CAT

Version 0.9.2.0

Note: The page says it's synching but you can see that it remains on the correct blockheight, the sync indicator is at fault as it is reading from the peerlist and selects the highest startingheight, will be fixed when i find the time ;)


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: bejjan on July 22, 2015, 08:44:50 PM
Code:
    {
        "addr" : "209.162.51.83:9933",
        "services" : "00000003",
        "lastsend" : 1437597339,
        "lastrecv" : 1437596616,
        "bytessent" : 349,
        "bytesrecv" : 75520,
        "blocksrequested" : 0,
        "conntime" : 1437596506,
        "version" : 70002,
        "subver" : "/Catoshi:0.9.3.2/",
        "inbound" : false,
        "startingheight" : 45868,
        "banscore" : 0
    },

Yet another lame version.

Banned via firewall.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 23, 2015, 01:51:51 AM
Ok everyone - I did some wallet experiments today.

I backed-up my personal Windows wallet.dat and did sets of before/after tests with 9.1.1 and 9.2.0 wallets, with and without catcoin.conf and addnodes.  Keep in mind that the 9.1.1 wallet does have the 30 second minimum block time code while the 9.2.0 wallet does not (even before the fork block).

A brand new 9.1.1 wallet with NO catcoin.conf, no addnodes, and no peer.dat will not automatically join the CAT network.  It will take more than 30 minutes to sync on the copycat chain.
A brand new 9.1.1 wallet with a catcoin.conf and addnodes will not automatically join the CAT network.  It will take more than 30 minutes to sync on the copycat chain.
A brand new 9.1.1 wallet with an existing peer file will join the CAT network and will sync within seconds.

A brand new 9.2.0 wallet with NO catcoin.conf, no addnodes, and no peer.dat WILL automatically join the CAT network and will fully sync in minutes.
A brand new 9.2.0 wallet with a catcoin.conf  will also automatically join the CAT network and will fully sync in minutes.


Updating to V9.2.0 is a mandatory upgrade, CATs - it takes us to a fully-inclusive network that generates regular 8-12 minute blocks.  For the first time since launch in Dec 2013 we will have regular blocks regardless of the network hash rate after our fork at block 46331.





Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: Blaksmith on July 23, 2015, 01:52:15 AM
Code:
    {
        "addr" : "209.162.51.83:9933",
        "services" : "00000003",
        "lastsend" : 1437597339,
        "lastrecv" : 1437596616,
        "bytessent" : 349,
        "bytesrecv" : 75520,
        "blocksrequested" : 0,
        "conntime" : 1437596506,
        "version" : 70002,
        "subver" : "/Catoshi:0.9.3.2/",
        "inbound" : false,
        "startingheight" : 45868,
        "banscore" : 0
    },

Yet another lame version.

Banned via firewall.

Here are the 4 IP addresses that I have found attaching themselves to the network that is NOT 9.1.1 or 9.2.0
107.170.40.107
115.74.173.72
204.44.65.108
209.162.51.83

Each pool owner / wallet holder, do what you wish with those IPs :)

For all those still running 9.1.1, PLEASE update your wallets!

Blak


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 23, 2015, 02:04:54 AM
I'll pay a 100 CAT bounty for the miner that breaks this block --> 45276.

Who's ready to join us digging?


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 23, 2015, 02:44:10 AM
Code:
   {
        "addr" : "209.162.51.83:9933",
        "services" : "00000003",
        "lastsend" : 1437597339,
        "lastrecv" : 1437596616,
        "bytessent" : 349,
        "bytesrecv" : 75520,
        "blocksrequested" : 0,
        "conntime" : 1437596506,
        "version" : 70002,
        "subver" : "/Catoshi:0.9.3.2/",
        "inbound" : false,
        "startingheight" : 45868,
        "banscore" : 0
    },

Yet another lame version.

Banned via firewall.

Here are the 4 IP addresses that I have found attaching themselves to the network that is NOT 9.1.1 or 9.2.0
107.170.40.107
115.74.173.72
204.44.65.108
209.162.51.83

Each pool owner / wallet holder, do what you wish with those IPs :)

For all those still running 9.1.1, PLEASE update your wallets!

Blak

In addition to those, I also block:

97.125.228.181
198.41.222.173

Both run hozer's "catoshi" clients.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: vampirus on July 23, 2015, 03:38:32 AM
Let me say, why I believe that "copycat" is main chain.
My 9.1.1 wallet was online about 2 month and I mine CAT on my own server.
3 day ago I found, that we have 2 CAT chain.
You change code that affect on blockchain before block 46331, that was advertised as hardfork.
First time 9.1.1 and 9.2.0 version accept all blocks. First block, that was found before 30 sec gap
was accepted in 9.2.0 version and rejected in 9.1.1 wallet. CAT split into 2 different chains.
If Cryptsy accept version 9.2.0 I lost 7600 CAT mined in official 9.1.1 version and before advertised hardfork block.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: Blaksmith on July 23, 2015, 04:18:50 AM
Let me say, why I believe that "copycat" is main chain.
My 9.1.1 wallet was online about 2 month and I mine CAT on my own server.
3 day ago I found, that we have 2 CAT chain.
You change code that affect on blockchain before block 46331, that was advertised as hardfork.
First time 9.1.1 and 9.2.0 version accept all blocks. First block, that was found before 30 sec gap
was accepted in 9.2.0 version and rejected in 9.1.1 wallet. CAT split into 2 different chains.
If Cryptsy accept version 9.2.0 I lost 7600 CAT mined in official 9.1.1 version and before advertised hardfork block.

Well, the "30 second minimum" has been a BIG issue since we put it up, just to fix the other cludge.  It probably should have been kept in until the actual fork block, but I will admit, there was a slight oversight in the code, and it was removed before the hard fork block coming up.  That oversight HAS caused this last fork.  But again, with it removed, we are NOT limited to being denied legit blocks, just because they are "before 30 seconds".  Or as Hozer's wants, "3 MINUTES".  

I do take FULL responsibility for approving the code to completely remove the 30 second minimum code for 0.9.2.0.  So, again, we leave it up to the community ... do you want to be rejected "VALID" blocks because they are not at least 3 minutes past the last block, or would you like to be credited the legitimate block you have earned, even if it is way less than the 3 MINUTES after the last block was found that Hozer's coin wants to enforce.


Edit:
Quote
If Cryptsy accept version 9.2.0 I lost 7600 CAT mined in official 9.1.1 version and before advertised hardfork block.
Totally impossible to mine 152 blocks within the last 24 - 48  hour period of time, BY YOURSELF, unless you have 10GH worth of Scrypt to push towards it.  The fork did not happen until after 07-20-2015.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 23, 2015, 04:37:32 AM
If Cryptsy accept version 9.2.0 I lost 7600 CAT mined in official 9.1.1 version and before advertised hardfork block.
Let's take this apart.

If you mined the CAT blockchain with any official wallet prior to the release of V9.2.0, then you have CAT.  

If you mined any fork (including hozer's intentional copycat fork) prior to the release of V9.2.0, then you did not mine CAT.  This is not a result of a code error or dev team decision - this is a basic function of the entire cryptcoin system - soft forks happen regularly and the line with more proof of work is the 'real' chain while the rest are orphaned.

If you continued to use V9.1.1 after the release of V9.2.0 - a MANDATORY upgrade - then you mined CAT.

If you continued to use V9.1.1 after the release of V9.2.0 on Hozer's copycat fork, then you didn't mine CAT.

If you have any questions about whether you mined CAT or not, the truth is in the blockchain and the explorer:
http://catcoinwallets.com:2750/chain/Catcoin (http://catcoinwallets.com:2750/chain/Catcoin)

You can tell that you have CAT if you can find your transactions on the explorer and it shows a full history from generation.
If you mined on Hozer's fork, then you will not see coin generation on the CAT network.  You will have to go to him for compensation.  Since you intentionally used addnodes to hozer's network, you intentionally abandoned any opportunity to mine CAT.  Maybe Hozer will start a copycat-CAT exchange service for the folks he scammed.

On which chain yours wallet, depend on connections to one or other chain. Which more connections that winner.
I use maxconnections=5
and
addnode=107.170.40.107 - 45643
addnode=62.210.254.171 - 45643
addnode=146.0.32.101     - 45643
addnode=98.115.147.74   - 45224
addnode=108.61.10.90    - 45224

if I add connections with 45224 my wallet switch to new blockchain, but I lost many coins.
Therefore I will support old 45643 chain.
In my opinion 45224 - wrong chain.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 23, 2015, 05:06:03 AM
I do take FULL responsibility for approving the code to completely remove the 30 second minimum code for 0.9.2.0.  
I take full responsibility for removing all of Hozer's code from CAT - including the 30 second minimum.  I also worked to re-align (update) our codebase with current LTC - which is the source for the original CAT code when launched in 2013 by KR105.

The community made clear that they did NOT want block restrictions.  The current code does not need artificial restrictions.  The post fork code certainly doesn't need any such kludges.

CAT has been forking since launch - most either unintentional or as a result of the environment evolving faster than we have - and that's been happening both with and without artificial time limits.  For these reasons, the Dev team worked to bring the community a CAT that finally works.  Mine to the fork and watch CAT run!




Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 23, 2015, 05:34:32 AM
I'll pay a 100 CAT bounty for the miner that breaks this block --> 45276.

Who's ready to join us digging?


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: skeppern on July 23, 2015, 10:40:55 AM
Hi,

Here you have a working addnode for 0.9.2 from hashnova. Even me I have started banning wrong clients through firewall.

addnode=node.hashnova.com:9933

Cheers,
David


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: bejjan on July 23, 2015, 11:38:08 AM

I'll pay a 100 CAT bounty for the miner that breaks this block --> 45276.

Who's ready to join us digging?

I'm digging, but I don't need the bounty ;-)


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: vampirus on July 23, 2015, 12:23:43 PM
I mined lost blocks 10-13 July in version 9.1.1 without adding any addnode.
I add  maxconnections=5
and
addnode=107.170.40.107 - 45643
addnode=62.210.254.171 - 45643
addnode=146.0.32.101     - 45643
addnode=98.115.147.74   - 45224
addnode=108.61.10.90    - 45224
only in version 9.2.0 20 July for experiment.

I can't choose on which chain my wallet.
Client connect automatically to 8 nodes with minimum ping.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 23, 2015, 06:14:40 PM
I mined lost blocks 10-13 July in version 9.1.1 without adding any addnode.
Please provide details of the blocks you mined from 10-13 July.
I add  maxconnections=5
and
addnode=107.170.40.107 - 45643
addnode=62.210.254.171 - 45643
addnode=146.0.32.101     - 45643
addnode=98.115.147.74   - 45224
addnode=108.61.10.90    - 45224
only in version 9.2.0 20 July for experiment.

I can't choose on which chain my wallet.
Here is where you are very, very wrong.  When you intentionally connect to nodes that are NOT on the CAT network then you are NOT mining CAT and you ARE choosing the chain for your wallet.

vampirus - this is at least the third time you are being told this:

YOU ARE INTENTIONALLY CONNECTING TO A FORK THAT IS NOT ON THE CAT NETWORK.  NOT A SINGLE ONE OF YOUR 'ADDNODE's IS ON THE CAT NETWORK.

What you are doing is exactly like mining UNO and complaining that you're not seeing DOGE transactions in your UNO wallet.

If you want to work with CAT, then download the proper wallet and it will connect to the CAT network.  If you don't, then I hope you find a community that caters to your desires.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: vampirus on July 23, 2015, 06:36:53 PM
I mined lost blocks 10-13 July in version 9.1.1 without adding any addnode.
Please provide details of the blocks you mined from 10-13 July.
I add  maxconnections=5
and
addnode=107.170.40.107 - 45643
addnode=62.210.254.171 - 45643
addnode=146.0.32.101     - 45643
addnode=98.115.147.74   - 45224
addnode=108.61.10.90    - 45224
only in version 9.2.0 20 July for experiment.

I can't choose on which chain my wallet.
Here is where you are very, very wrong.  When you intentionally connect to nodes that are NOT on the CAT network then you are NOT mining CAT and you ARE choosing the chain for your wallet.

vampirus - this is at least the third time you are being told this:

YOU ARE INTENTIONALLY CONNECTING TO A FORK THAT IS NOT ON THE CAT NETWORK.  NOT A SINGLE ONE OF YOUR 'ADDNODE's IS ON THE CAT NETWORK.

What you are doing is exactly like mining UNO and complaining that you're not seeing DOGE transactions in your UNO wallet.

If you want to work with CAT, then download the proper wallet and it will connect to the CAT network.  If you don't, then I hope you find a community that caters to your desires.

I repeat second time: I am not connecting to the fork. This addnode was added for testing only 3 day ago.
By the way blockchain split after block 44226 - 2015-06-30
Block 44227 was time wrapped and rejected in real 9.1.1 blockchain, but accepted in 9.2.0 bugged version.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 23, 2015, 07:01:39 PM

I repeat second time: I am not connecting to the fork. This addnode was added for testing only 3 day ago.
By the way blockchain split after block 44226 - 2015-06-30

What wallet are you using and what block is it on?  If you have nodes in your catcoin.conf, what are they?


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: vampirus on July 23, 2015, 07:09:23 PM

I repeat second time: I am not connecting to the fork. This addnode was added for testing only 3 day ago.
By the way blockchain split after block 44226 - 2015-06-30

What wallet are you using and what block is it on?  If you have nodes in your catcoin.conf, what are they?

I used 9.1.1 version and no addnode in config
since 3 day ago I use 9.2.0 version (and 9.1.1 for testing)
I sometimes check block count on coinwarz.com

And  9.1.1 version with empty database, never connect to 9.2.0 chain, it stuck on block 44226


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 23, 2015, 07:19:28 PM

I repeat second time: I am not connecting to the fork. This addnode was added for testing only 3 day ago.
By the way blockchain split after block 44226 - 2015-06-30

What wallet are you using and what block is it on?  If you have nodes in your catcoin.conf, what are they?

I used 9.1.1 version and no addnode in config
since 3 day ago I use 9.2.2 version (and 9.1.1 for testing)
I sometimes check block count on coinwarz.com
There is NO CATCoin V9.2.2.  You are NOT using a CAT wallet and thus are NOT mining CAT.

Coinwarz is not yet updated and therefore the info you find there is NOT CORRECT.

The current wallet for the CAT network is Version "Satoshi 0.9.2.0" and it is linked in the OP.

Yes, we are aware that Hozer/catcoiner/tmagik/TechnoMagik has fake code and fake nodes.  He has a 'catoshi 9.3.2', a 'catcoin 0.9.2.4' client in addition to the 9.2.2 you are using.  You are using fake code that is not CAT, you are working on a blockchain that is not CAT and thus you should take your concerns to one of Hozer's threads or IRC channels.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: vampirus on July 23, 2015, 07:28:43 PM
I mean 9.2.0
You try use any come-off, but not accept yours fault.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 23, 2015, 07:43:10 PM
I mean 9.2.0
You try use any come-off, but not accept yours fault.
Dude - the point you keep missing is that we are INTENTIONALLY forking this code to a new difficulty algo to fix the network once and for all.  We KNOW we're forking.  We KNOW we removed the 30 second minimum kludge.  We KNOW we removed at least two other code weaknesses.  It's not a 'bug' or a 'fault' or an 'error' - we expected the soft-fork as well!  And if you read up a few posts (and the OP, and posts in the previous threads) then you know full well that we've been working on this update for the past year.  The bug is in the current PID code which was deployed with 9.1.1 and that's the bug that's being exploited today to drive our difficulty high.  That STOPS at block 46331.

If you are using V9.2.0 then you are on the correct code, on the real CAT network, and all of your coins are safe. 

If you still think you lost coins because of the soft fork from a few days ago, then please provide mining and/or transaction info and we'll dig into it.  If you intentionally mined hozer's attack fork, then you're on your own.  But if you unintentionally fell off the CAT network as a result of the soft fork before upgrading to V9.2.0, then we'll work with you.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 23, 2015, 07:54:48 PM
Hi,

Here you have a working addnode for 0.9.2 from hashnova. Even me I have started banning wrong clients through firewall.

addnode=node.hashnova.com:9933

Cheers,
David
Great to hear, David!  Thanks very much!


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 23, 2015, 07:57:19 PM
50 CAT Bounty for CAT Pool Information

Are you mining a pool not on the community pool list?  Please tell us about the pool and include a CAT address - we want to include all pools!

Thanks!


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: vampirus on July 23, 2015, 08:15:14 PM
I lost block mined in version 9.1.1
I do not knew about version 9.2.0 a weak ago and I do not know about 'hozer'.
Before advertised hardfork block, new and old version must be work with same parameters.
But you change code that accept timewrapped 44227 block and create new blockchain,
different from main 9.1.1 chain before 46331 block. It is yours fault.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 23, 2015, 08:18:07 PM
I lost block mined in version 9.1.1
Please provide txid and addresses for any blocks or coins you believe you have lost.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: vampirus on July 23, 2015, 08:44:16 PM
9psk417ZEveQhFYLR13YaCdSV2NWr8oCSi
 115 blocks from 10 to 13 July.
All other was  before split and send to Cryptsy, or 2 days ago when I already know about 2 blockchain.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 23, 2015, 09:17:26 PM
9psk417ZEveQhFYLR13YaCdSV2NWr8oCSi
 115 blocks from 10 to 13 July.
All other was  before split and send to Cryptsy, or 2 days ago when I already know about 2 blockchain.
There are no transactions on that address between 10 and 13 July.

Please provide information on the pool you were mining on and any transaction IDs for the payouts.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: vampirus on July 23, 2015, 10:11:12 PM
I mined them on my home computer, and naturally you can't find them on yours not "copycat" blockchain.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 23, 2015, 10:21:42 PM
I mined them on my home computer, and naturally you can't find them on yours not "copycat" blockchain.
Then we're done here.  There is no way you mined 115 CAT blocks on your home computer from 10-13 July.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: vampirus on July 23, 2015, 10:42:39 PM
I mined them on my home computer, and naturally you can't find them on yours not "copycat" blockchain.
Then we're done here.  There is no way you mined 115 CAT blocks on your home computer from 10-13 July.

come-off again.  ;D
If you do not know how, it is not mean "no way".
I run stratum-server and rent rig on https://www.miningrigrentals.com/u/vampirus


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 23, 2015, 10:57:28 PM
I mined them on my home computer, and naturally you can't find them on yours not "copycat" blockchain.
Then we're done here.  There is no way you mined 115 CAT blocks on your home computer from 10-13 July.

come-off again.  ;D
If you do not know how, it is not mean "no way".
I run stratum-server and rent rig on https://www.miningrigrentals.com/u/vampirus
We keep asking you to provide TX info for the blocks and/or coins you claim to have lost.  You have not provided any proof.

If you look at the blocks generated on the CAT network from 10-13 July, you can see all that exist.  Your address has none of them.  If you generated blocks or coins in that window - before the network soft fork - then you were not mining on the CAT network and therefore did not lose any CAT.

If you think this is an error, feel free to provide details of the blocks and/or coins you say you generated.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: Blaksmith on July 23, 2015, 11:05:25 PM
I mined them on my home computer, and naturally you can't find them on yours not "copycat" blockchain.
Then we're done here.  There is no way you mined 115 CAT blocks on your home computer from 10-13 July.

come-off again.  ;D
If you do not know how, it is not mean "no way".
I run stratum-server and rent rig on https://www.miningrigrentals.com/u/vampirus
We keep asking you to provide TX info for the blocks and/or coins you claim to have lost.  You have not provided any proof.

If you look at the blocks generated on the CAT network from 10-13 July, you can see all that exist.  Your address has none of them.  If you generated blocks or coins in that window - before the network soft fork - then you were not mining on the CAT network and therefore did not lose any CAT.

If you think this is an error, feel free to provide details of the blocks and/or coins you say you generated.

Since you claim that you mined them locally, you should be able to either open up the GUI wallet you mined to, or run a catcoind command, and get similar to the following output

    {
        "account" : "geekhash",
        "address" : "9ajxzdpWajzYKYyKRmDPJoKiw66VqVeHbF",
        "category" : "immature",
        "amount" : 50.00000000,
        "confirmations" : 11,
        "generated" : true,
        "blockhash" : "3dda1af12f371e8b0ae4cd209b383a5ea1f58a8236a3cbf1ba8e783efc5031cb",
        "blockindex" : 0,
        "blocktime" : 1437585048,
        "txid" : "c46d9e0dad2e581462d10f2116a249cfde547a0a9087dd58d10764b360a1a9d9",
        "time" : 1437585048,
        "timereceived" : 1437585106
    },

The command to produce output like that, is: catcoind listtransactions (or if in the GUI, open the debug console and just type: listtransactoins)



Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: vampirus on July 23, 2015, 11:13:04 PM
Code:

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Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: vampirus on July 23, 2015, 11:14:54 PM
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"blockhash" : "f2e1031ab45afb8da295cdee7c0ef944a14f088ddf8f95d28c40a48e5c0eb7c2",
"blockindex" : 0,
"blocktime" : 1437531379,
"txid" : "463f88254b2a90374b0bd1a4aa3ece4b49834e6068889e4641f86cae5f689018",
"time" : 1437531379,
"timereceived" : 1437531446
},
{
"account" : "vamp1",
"address" : "9psk417ZEveQhFYLR13YaCdSV2NWr8oCSi",
"category" : "generate",
"amount" : 50.00000000,
"confirmations" : 235,
"generated" : true,
"blockhash" : "be2f9c8a82f4f19eb3c3fab9df967c2283c1c57734b39e03729fe748ba502222",
"blockindex" : 0,
"blocktime" : 1437531448,
"txid" : "20bfb84d09c4988c584c030549f71a6e25029a1a381533ddb7beee29d5cfaa24",
"time" : 1437531448,
"timereceived" : 1437531501
},
{
"account" : "vamp1",
"address" : "9psk417ZEveQhFYLR13YaCdSV2NWr8oCSi",
"category" : "generate",
"amount" : 50.00000000,
"confirmations" : 234,
"generated" : true,
"blockhash" : "64d00f72dc96bb1b6f09794e3deb72a296996313cade734524ff47393b77379d",
"blockindex" : 0,
"blocktime" : 1437532222,
"txid" : "b8509291dc985518307761996306657c2fa8d129fe37c5f1803d377cad63463c",
"time" : 1437532222,
"timereceived" : 1437532312
},
{
"account" : "vamp1",
"address" : "9psk417ZEveQhFYLR13YaCdSV2NWr8oCSi",
"category" : "generate",
"amount" : 50.00000000,
"confirmations" : 233,
"generated" : true,
"blockhash" : "b3a3e614cb073e91d95033694126e01144ecd77c92d1c9c7d2ef60b257446dc9",
"blockindex" : 0,
"blocktime" : 1437535434,
"txid" : "697028dc045a1662b381e2bc13a5fb5e3b76207ce42f22764f55f38db015aacb",
"time" : 1437535434,
"timereceived" : 1437535509
},
{
"account" : "vamp1",
"address" : "9psk417ZEveQhFYLR13YaCdSV2NWr8oCSi",
"category" : "generate",
"amount" : 50.00000000,
"confirmations" : 232,
"generated" : true,
"blockhash" : "f59f169a56bcef99c9e909f0c420b76cda35c33f8646bc0971d2bda14be646f2",
"blockindex" : 0,
"blocktime" : 1437535509,
"txid" : "81878d15b493b8ba83e0b4af0db5196f9a99ec85f14cbb1cf4831819dffa7755",
"time" : 1437535509,
"timereceived" : 1437535571
},
{
"account" : "vamp1",
"address" : "9psk417ZEveQhFYLR13YaCdSV2NWr8oCSi",
"category" : "generate",
"amount" : 50.00000000,
"confirmations" : 231,
"generated" : true,
"blockhash" : "019bee3f61ac0101292e927bd7a350440a5c8ba7366f473a4fa62b611430ce93",
"blockindex" : 0,
"blocktime" : 1437535571,
"txid" : "6c68121d4cffd1c87684ce71fb6aa7e006ecfc2addd7ed50cccb4a070a534d04",
"time" : 1437535571,
"timereceived" : 1437535580
},
{
"account" : "vamp1",
"address" : "9psk417ZEveQhFYLR13YaCdSV2NWr8oCSi",
"category" : "generate",
"amount" : 50.00000000,
"confirmations" : 230,
"generated" : true,
"blockhash" : "82bab65f837df03797971042e03819274668891fbfc18b77ff6b3fd084480d26",
"blockindex" : 0,
"blocktime" : 1437535645,
"txid" : "34b45a9621f27e33ba96cefafaf295c3de989a0b7091cc65fe2ab07266e0f0cc",
"time" : 1437535645,
"timereceived" : 1437535660
},
{
"account" : "vamp1",
"address" : "9psk417ZEveQhFYLR13YaCdSV2NWr8oCSi",
"category" : "generate",
"amount" : 50.00000000,
"confirmations" : 180,
"generated" : true,
"blockhash" : "7d9479eefeaf1b14e84bae345daef103776ae5c6a18ef988a8c593e3a672c9b0",
"blockindex" : 0,
"blocktime" : 1437567547,
"txid" : "97d0ef43a13579e84f64c3084a20f04cac1a8583852296afd579a629d60c097f",
"time" : 1437567547,
"timereceived" : 1437567563
},
{
"account" : "vamp1",
"address" : "9psk417ZEveQhFYLR13YaCdSV2NWr8oCSi",
"category" : "generate",
"amount" : 50.00000000,
"confirmations" : 179,
"generated" : true,
"blockhash" : "346eb4a5a134781e2d9ef073eb53fd4f2ad48ddd927402d06549f1423f2a77c9",
"blockindex" : 0,
"blocktime" : 1437567723,
"txid" : "bbc039abecdde4859432b61aa2255646fb2076cf763341bd5f5f4fbc0060f619",
"time" : 1437567723,
"timereceived" : 1437567731
}


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: Blaksmith on July 23, 2015, 11:26:55 PM
I think there is a way to put that all in a window, using the code block command here in the forums.

What block numbers are the ones that are in question?  The very first one is in both forks.

(Testing the code function)

Code:
getblock d6ee11376d8a4de662c3cdfa6bebd3130fbb22c25d80be0f0f93b045e4351938
{
    "hash" : "d6ee11376d8a4de662c3cdfa6bebd3130fbb22c25d80be0f0f93b045e4351938",
    "confirmations" : 0,
    "size" : 205,
    "height" : 44546,
    "version" : 2,
    "merkleroot" : "86bbf27cbcdd7b61d72d1f70e0730760fb778866971ca8265bde95b1b6a440b2",
    "tx" : [
        "86bbf27cbcdd7b61d72d1f70e0730760fb778866971ca8265bde95b1b6a440b2"
    ],
    "time" : 1436561716,
    "nonce" : 3360909350,
    "bits" : "1c17675b",
    "difficulty" : 10.93825935,
    "previousblockhash" : "73823a0eae8b054df26a7401035cb7ec101acba0da024bbadb20a72c99e1b6a8"
}


Blak

Edit: Yes, the code command works.  If you don't mind, go back and edit your two posts to add to the [ code ] and [ / code ] text (without spaces), so everyone else won't have to scroll for days hehe.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: Blaksmith on July 23, 2015, 11:38:17 PM
Thanks for adding the code blocks around the text. :)

I will run all these through both chains, and go from there.

Blak


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: vampirus on July 23, 2015, 11:45:29 PM
Yes, I was on main chain, but those who run 9.2.0 wallet go to different chain. But I stay on same chain.
Lost 115 blocks start from 44544 (number in "copycat" chain)
Code:

{
"hash" : "a1669696c56d9a19e8250f5af7ad977eee5f82ffde21b52c1dd544dc85e6f66d",
"confirmations" : 1447,
"size" : 205,
"height" : 44544,
"version" : 2,
"merkleroot" : "42c398d231b2cbc809057cb2c6b2ffab76074ed74afbda732cd3dc39aacf20b2",
"tx" : [
"42c398d231b2cbc809057cb2c6b2ffab76074ed74afbda732cd3dc39aacf20b2"
],
"time" : 1436561521,
"nonce" : 1672190553,
"bits" : "1c17abf2",
"difficulty" : 10.81445403,
"previousblockhash" : "e2058475ca0aa5d8eb731712be08f29e920a2503d9adbdad3f77954ba0416b67",
"nextblockhash" : "73823a0eae8b054df26a7401035cb7ec101acba0da024bbadb20a72c99e1b6a8"
}



Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 23, 2015, 11:55:00 PM
Fellow CATs - these six addresses are the only users seen on one of our seed nodes that are still running V9.1.1 wallets.
Check your IP address and make sure this isn't you.  8)

Code:
50.254.61.142
146.0.32.101
204.11.237.233
73.209.31.57
94.25.18.123
86.18.76.197

If you don't know your IP this'll tell you:
https://www.whatismyip.com/ (https://www.whatismyip.com/)


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: vampirus on July 24, 2015, 12:10:36 AM
first transactions
Code:


[
{
"account" : "vamp1",
"address" : "9psk417ZEveQhFYLR13YaCdSV2NWr8oCSi",
"category" : "generate",
"amount" : 50.00000000,
"confirmations" : 2025,
"generated" : true,
"blockhash" : "d3cbb431cd316bebd2bd91a2776cbae4f6ba7c9a7eaaa037add9de928188de7b",
"blockindex" : 0,
"blocktime" : 1434870136,
"txid" : "cdab7622ce932cba6b3a3899874187bd0c03cf1192e6059f136663237731df8a",
"time" : 1434870136,
"timereceived" : 1434870253
},
{
"account" : "vamp1",
"address" : "9psk417ZEveQhFYLR13YaCdSV2NWr8oCSi",
"category" : "generate",
"amount" : 50.00000000,
"confirmations" : 2024,
"generated" : true,
"blockhash" : "9f58218e9484adb79ef67cfee0878a88c40c47c7e8107dac974871315ff6eaeb",
"blockindex" : 0,
"blocktime" : 1434870253,
"txid" : "5f26c292136772ae1f4f6e8c15c5ccaf8bb46be16ce56a8ba088e5ba4669b74c",
"time" : 1434870253,
"timereceived" : 1434870272
},
{
"account" : "vamp1",
"address" : "9psk417ZEveQhFYLR13YaCdSV2NWr8oCSi",
"category" : "generate",
"amount" : 50.00000000,
"confirmations" : 2023,
"generated" : true,
"blockhash" : "0b9c176342bff882e1ad270a0063e992532ec3bba00f910e82b1f4b18d8c4e0a",
"blockindex" : 0,
"blocktime" : 1434870389,
"txid" : "1df4b6b1604217f7afa99c6a43980e2e93809dec2c35617cef87e0b31d0013eb",
"time" : 1434870389,
"timereceived" : 1434870487
},
{
"account" : "vamp1",
"address" : "9psk417ZEveQhFYLR13YaCdSV2NWr8oCSi",
"category" : "generate",
"amount" : 50.00000000,
"confirmations" : 2022,
"generated" : true,
"blockhash" : "dbd59589bcfcc641ab112b967575545884d5c16f047048f46dacc25a0c7a11c0",
"blockindex" : 0,
"blocktime" : 1434870611,
"txid" : "df1a89391fcfe57d36926777251130730014d09317f1809bed7c124acd96ae4c",
"time" : 1434870611,
"timereceived" : 1434870668
},
{
"account" : "vamp1",
"address" : "9psk417ZEveQhFYLR13YaCdSV2NWr8oCSi",
"category" : "generate",
"amount" : 50.00000000,
"confirmations" : 2021,
"generated" : true,
"blockhash" : "76aecec5713f0abac4bf279fad397d951cd631b2e84d6e1bf9661c5bec5ee8ed",
"blockindex" : 0,
"blocktime" : 1434870670,
"txid" : "0d47cfe7fac8ccd61eefaa10a702dc6d74b071ebdb1d53ea359437a446c8d6b5",
"time" : 1434870670,
"timereceived" : 1434870674
},
{
"account" : "vamp1",
"address" : "9psk417ZEveQhFYLR13YaCdSV2NWr8oCSi",
"category" : "generate",
"amount" : 50.00000000,
"confirmations" : 2017,
"generated" : true,
"blockhash" : "587b814e0a113eaf52b94e4920362f4c076d7dc942a4f8c5c4900f2d94adbc26",
"blockindex" : 0,
"blocktime" : 1434870875,
"txid" : "7574039b7837c463b9acc2d95452d162bf2159a47a3700777b890d13d1b6e9ab",
"time" : 1434870875,
"timereceived" : 1434870976
},
{
"account" : "vamp1",
"address" : "9psk417ZEveQhFYLR13YaCdSV2NWr8oCSi",
"category" : "generate",
"amount" : 50.00000000,
"confirmations" : 1970,
"generated" : true,
"blockhash" : "03f906400b886bbd8e7ef22b1c73ff0b97d9c063491cd6b16d0e71de7613b3c4",
"blockindex" : 0,
"blocktime" : 1434910285,
"txid" : "8bf2e00a9dd6ac751e537b8095b61ee857d6362de9a6075be1049f25a0eeef31",
"time" : 1434910285,
"timereceived" : 1434910589
},
{
"account" : "vamp1",
"address" : "9psk417ZEveQhFYLR13YaCdSV2NWr8oCSi",
"category" : "generate",
"amount" : 50.00000000,
"confirmations" : 1969,
"generated" : true,
"blockhash" : "5484e1bf5f10972949d0e5d65e315ceb2b9f83b331fd746fee5f8bd02f871e19",
"blockindex" : 0,
"blocktime" : 1434910710,
"txid" : "410784cf9c732d0752e372ce66c883ce697d33a7fafffdc7bcbb758577856293",
"time" : 1434910710,
"timereceived" : 1434910821
},
{
"account" : "vamp1",
"address" : "9psk417ZEveQhFYLR13YaCdSV2NWr8oCSi",
"category" : "generate",
"amount" : 50.00000000,
"confirmations" : 1968,
"generated" : true,
"blockhash" : "12781dae1b5094028d3d0b113a25260fc3ea7757c534830c18d2eada2e2d7687",
"blockindex" : 0,
"blocktime" : 1434910825,
"txid" : "0357282281e75ae00b20112c62ab837bcf1e1e653e5e85bb1e82514007090e80",
"time" : 1434910825,
"timereceived" : 1434910903
},
{
"account" : "vamp1",
"address" : "9psk417ZEveQhFYLR13YaCdSV2NWr8oCSi",
"category" : "generate",
"amount" : 50.00000000,
"confirmations" : 1948,
"generated" : true,
"blockhash" : "68a221988ce7b06cd089109849b127e34deaf9cdb2600152b90a322b71f857d6",
"blockindex" : 0,
"blocktime" : 1434944087,
"txid" : "31f477f466a1ccfab462fa990c97c7cf5d20f5602cfee960662943878d02f7da",
"time" : 1434944087,
"timereceived" : 1434944192
},
{
"account" : "vamp1",
"address" : "9psk417ZEveQhFYLR13YaCdSV2NWr8oCSi",
"category" : "generate",
"amount" : 50.00000000,
"confirmations" : 1947,
"generated" : true,
"blockhash" : "d9e7a994c411ce9730beb6d425db612389dac0f58b93898d9f5f9d13fdf406e8",
"blockindex" : 0,
"blocktime" : 1434949355,
"txid" : "29c8df6e3ba33629cfd53cd1a4484145944e844c680fb73ed4dbd2b233fbbdbd",
"time" : 1434949355,
"timereceived" : 1434949418
},
{
"account" : "vamp1",
"address" : "9psk417ZEveQhFYLR13YaCdSV2NWr8oCSi",
"category" : "generate",
"amount" : 50.00000000,
"confirmations" : 1937,
"generated" : true,
"blockhash" : "a5dab21efd74b219e7f16ed8fc87e13ac951120dd589d03237a6e84f717c461e",
"blockindex" : 0,
"blocktime" : 1434950054,
"txid" : "7badfd08495270c6b89b39b3490268a1b41112a20d24f9bf56abca45fac9fd05",
"time" : 1434950054,
"timereceived" : 1434950184
},
{
"account" : "vamp1",
"address" : "9psk417ZEveQhFYLR13YaCdSV2NWr8oCSi",
"category" : "generate",
"amount" : 50.00000000,
"confirmations" : 1473,
"generated" : true,
"blockhash" : "a1669696c56d9a19e8250f5af7ad977eee5f82ffde21b52c1dd544dc85e6f66d",
"blockindex" : 0,
"blocktime" : 1436561521,
"txid" : "42c398d231b2cbc809057cb2c6b2ffab76074ed74afbda732cd3dc39aacf20b2",
"time" : 1436561521,
"timereceived" : 1436561536
},
{
"account" : "vamp1",
"address" : "9psk417ZEveQhFYLR13YaCdSV2NWr8oCSi",
"category" : "generate",
"amount" : 50.00000000,
"confirmations" : 1472,
"generated" : true,
"blockhash" : "73823a0eae8b054df26a7401035cb7ec101acba0da024bbadb20a72c99e1b6a8",
"blockindex" : 0,
"blocktime" : 1436561658,
"txid" : "cf7cd6588a1d684af3762770ecf5f46fd7fa91d551dfdef9469ac316fa3caab5",
"time" : 1436561658,
"timereceived" : 1436561715
},


Now I on 9.2.0 version and 9.1.1 different ports and IP 24.146.182.255
Because SlimePuppy  delete all my new posts, I can't anymore write here.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1135534


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: Blaksmith on July 24, 2015, 12:13:18 AM
Fellow CATs - these six addresses are the only users seen on one of our seed nodes that are still running V9.1.1 wallets.
Check your IP address and make sure this isn't you.  8)

Code:
50.254.61.142
146.0.32.101
204.11.237.233
73.209.31.57
94.25.18.123
86.18.76.197

If you don't know your IP this'll tell you:
https://www.whatismyip.com/ (https://www.whatismyip.com/)

That is not by far, a complete list if who is on 9.1.1 still.  That is only from the one seed node. :)


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: Blaksmith on July 24, 2015, 12:22:23 AM
Vampirus, I can confirm that I see your 0.9.2.0 connected to one of the main seed nodes. :)


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 24, 2015, 12:23:04 AM
All Righty CATs - we've been working on Bittrex to add CAT to their exchange.  They want to hear from the community before they accept us.  Feel free to request CAT at Bittrex here:

https://bittrex.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/202583854-Submitting-a-Coin-to-Bittrex-Updated-07-20-15 (https://bittrex.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/202583854-Submitting-a-Coin-to-Bittrex-Updated-07-20-15)

We've already submitted all the info they need - source, links, threads, community, etc.  All you have to do, if you want CAT on Bittrex, is to open a support ticket and demand CAT.

We've never been de-listed - the two other exchanges we've been on from the start closed their doors and/or were hacked into bankruptcy.

If you prefer another exchange, please link it as well!

Andy


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 24, 2015, 01:39:53 AM
Code for the next wallet update is already in process.

The next wallet will include code required to use OpenSSL since 1.0.1k (BIP66), and that code is already in place on a testnet-ready codebase.

We're reviewing code throughout the wider community as well to make sure we're incorporating the best security and process solutions.

A few folks have asked about the coin branding - not everyone likes the orange cat and prefers the earlier grey cat.  In conjunction with the next code release, should we review the coin image and branding?

Also - our intent from the beginning of CAT was to provide a way for people to support cat charities, shelters, and animal rescue services.  Any thoughts or suggestions from anyone on how we should select our first project to support?


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: Slugmonkey on July 24, 2015, 01:42:11 AM
RPC port is 9332 and not the rpcport=7000 Right??????


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: Blaksmith on July 24, 2015, 03:17:55 AM
RPC port is 9332 and not the rpcport=7000 Right??????

The default "regular" port that each node talks to, is 9933. (or 19933 for testnet)

The default RPC port is 9932. (or 19932 for testnet). (I just dug to verify, and the help output shows it as 9332).  We will fix that on the next release, as this is leftover from the original devs.
The output showing 9332 is ONLY in the output of the --help.  In code it is actually 9932.


You can also specify what port you want in your config file with:
rpcport=xxxxx

Blak


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 24, 2015, 03:57:38 PM
It looks like the GeekHash CAT mining node crashed overnight.  If you were mining there, check your equipment and make sure it failed to a new pool.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: Blaksmith on July 24, 2015, 05:11:21 PM
It looks like the GeekHash CAT mining node crashed overnight.  If you were mining there, check your equipment and make sure it failed to a new pool.

CAT Stratum for GeekHash is back up.  (Was kind of a pebkac error on my part.  D'oh!)


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 25, 2015, 12:11:07 AM
Coinwarz is updated to V9.2.0


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 25, 2015, 02:29:55 PM
Block explorer down for some database maintenance.  Back in a bit...

edit...back quicker than I thought.   8)


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 25, 2015, 03:54:23 PM
All righty...we're back down from space.

We'll continue to manage the dips by taking as much mining off during the dips as we can.  That'll help keep blocks flowing to the fork.

We keep nudging Cryptsy but so far there's no communication other than a '1st level tech' message along the lines of 'thanks for your message - we'll pass it to our technician'.  They're taking much, much longer than normal and customer service is...well...in character.  More news when we've got some to share.

If anyone knows of a pool or utility or site that is not yet updated, please post - along with a CAT address - the 50 CAT reward still stands.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 25, 2015, 05:01:15 PM
wallet fully syncs:)
but still missing coins
http://catcoinwallets.com:2750/tx/03465a265582065f8df76391fcacd6f462f0158a4084a9b28bb6f0db186b1691

not yet redeemed. any idea why?

Wolverine was one of our community that was sucked into the fork by the folks at smarterhash.  The coins he mined while at that pool were from hozer's fork, not from the CAT chain.  As it wasn't his fault that he got screwed over, I reimbursed him for his mining from my personally mined coins.

We're happy to have you in the community, Wolverine - thanks for your patience through the slow blocks!
Andy

Code:
Status: 22 confirmations
Date: 7/22/2015 15:35
To: Wolverine5pl 9bjktJGe3WCWK15R8b8S1GPuCSJjJkyZqY
Debit: -710.00 CAT
Net amount: -710.00 CAT
Transaction ID: 60d43d769970d794a253f28b7384935d9710792fdf7c17dcef581d7d3bba5839


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 25, 2015, 05:30:36 PM
It's pretty clear that 'vampirus' is a new alias for hozer.  He hasn't mined any CAT blocks, isn't missing any CAT, and insists on promoting a fork only he is mining on.  Promoting his attack fork violates forum rules.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: wolverine5pl on July 25, 2015, 05:31:01 PM
Thanks.
shame my blocks still not confirmed on geekhash after so many days lol


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: Galangeka on July 25, 2015, 05:35:45 PM
deal with it..


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 25, 2015, 05:36:09 PM
Thanks.
shame my blocks still not confirmed on geekhash after so many days lol
That's normal - pools still wait for 120 confirms.  Our block time is still all over the place, but this is expected.  We choose to take some volatility before the fork instead of arbitrarily censoring blocks with time limits.  All of this disappears at the fork.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: Blaksmith on July 25, 2015, 06:02:47 PM
Thanks.
shame my blocks still not confirmed on geekhash after so many days lol
That's normal - pools still wait for 120 confirms.  Our block time is still all over the place, but this is expected.  We choose to take some volatility before the fork instead of arbitrarily censoring blocks with time limits.  All of this disappears at the fork.

42 more blocks until the first block you were mining on, will be at the 120 confirms, then it will be available for withdraw.

Blak


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 25, 2015, 07:25:09 PM
All Righty CATs - we've been working on Bittrex to add CAT to their exchange.  They want to hear from the community before they accept us.  Feel free to request CAT at Bittrex here:

https://bittrex.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/202583854-Submitting-a-Coin-to-Bittrex-Updated-07-20-15 (https://bittrex.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/202583854-Submitting-a-Coin-to-Bittrex-Updated-07-20-15)

We've already submitted all the info they need - source, links, threads, community, etc.  All you have to do, if you want CAT on Bittrex, is to open a support ticket and demand CAT.

We've never been de-listed - the two other exchanges we've been on from the start closed their doors and/or were hacked into bankruptcy.

If you prefer another exchange, please link it as well!

Andy

To submit a request:    https://bittrex.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/requests/new (https://bittrex.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/requests/new)

After you do, post a CAT address.  ;)


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: wolverine5pl on July 25, 2015, 08:22:19 PM
Submited.
Regarding my unconfirmed coins. next 60 blocks and should be ready.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 25, 2015, 09:33:17 PM
Submited.
Regarding my unconfirmed coins. next 60 blocks and should be ready.
Thanks!  Contribution to your retirement fund inbound. ;)


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 26, 2015, 01:08:40 AM
https://scontent-dfw1-1.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xpt1/v/t1.0-9/10522412_662176077210809_3887270917838233275_n.jpg?oh=1e4a71d7605eb3e50a61f04bd6af94ee&oe=564508C7


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: Slugmonkey on July 26, 2015, 03:46:19 AM
Pool added
http://catcoin.slugmonkeypool.net (http://catcoin.slugmonkeypool.net)
PPLNS
Hourly backups 1% Fee

"version" : 90200,


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: wolverine5pl on July 26, 2015, 03:59:08 AM
Got reply from btitrex

Thanks for the request. Our policy is to not comment on whether we will launch coins but we mainly add coins due to community demand.

We gauge demand based off of tweets, hash power, length of bitcointalk thread, volume on other exchanges, etc. Follow us on twitter @bittrexexchange and tweet about how much you like this coin and Bittrex. We respond to creative and insightful posts to help market your favorite coins and Bittrex. I'd also consider coming to our irc channel #bittrex on irc.freenode.net and do some guerrilla marketing. The traders there can help you gain exposure for your coin.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: wolverine5pl on July 26, 2015, 05:02:58 AM
Pool added
http://catcoin.slugmonkeypool.net (http://catcoin.slugmonkeypool.net)
PPLNS
Hourly backups 1% Fee

"version" : 90200,
tried to use it with my a2 90mhs terminator coudnt get more then.... 9mh/s  ???


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: wolverine5pl on July 26, 2015, 02:12:39 PM
Any luck with cryptsy?
Would love to have chance to sell Cat coins:)


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: Slugmonkey on July 26, 2015, 02:35:38 PM
Pool added
http://catcoin.slugmonkeypool.net (http://catcoin.slugmonkeypool.net)
PPLNS
Hourly backups 1% Fee

"version" : 90200,
tried to use it with my a2 90mhs terminator coudnt get more then.... 9mh/s  ???

HMMMMM I will look into it I know titcoin running at about 1T



Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 26, 2015, 04:37:43 PM
Pool added
http://catcoin.slugmonkeypool.net (http://catcoin.slugmonkeypool.net)
PPLNS
Hourly backups 1% Fee

"version" : 90200,
Welcome back, Slugmonkey!  We'll get your pool on the community lists!

edit...
OP,reddit and catcoins.org updated
/edit


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 26, 2015, 07:06:56 PM
MAC users - how's the wallet working for you?


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: bejjan on July 27, 2015, 06:35:49 AM
Who will pop the Pi block?

"Pi block" ?


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: Blaksmith on July 27, 2015, 06:49:46 AM
Who will pop the Pi block?

"Pi block" ?

http://catcoinwallets.com:2750/block/a9d74612399969928511f316e4b80ef8244a990166438f1327ef042c3167da88

Apparently GeekHash did. :)



Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 27, 2015, 06:54:15 AM
Ok...  Next mystery block reward will be...a mystery. ;)


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: Blaksmith on July 27, 2015, 06:58:58 AM
Who will pop the Pi block?

"Pi block" ?

http://catcoinwallets.com:2750/block/a9d74612399969928511f316e4b80ef8244a990166438f1327ef042c3167da88

Apparently GeekHash did. :)



I sent  PI value transaction with a PI TXN Fee added, and was hoping someone else would get it ... will do it again later, and hope someone else gets it :)


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: Taiga on July 27, 2015, 07:27:04 AM
Any news on cryptsy and getting the wallet sorted or is that due to be done after the ~ 19th / 20th?

No news yet from Cryptsy.  They won't say where we are in the queue or when they expect to get us updated.

Based on the earlier experiences with Cryptsy, we expect them to take 2-3 weeks.  Three weeks will be July 16th.

These are the tickets we know to be open:


Ticket ID - 193353  25th June  (V9.2.0 upgrade)
Ticket ID - 195252    7th July  (Any progress on 192253?)

Ticket ID - 194673 7th July  (Deposit not credited - Taiga)
Ticket ID - 195687 9th July  (Deposit not credited - SlimePuppy)




Hi dev, any news  ??? >:(


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 27, 2015, 08:09:11 AM
Any news on cryptsy and getting the wallet sorted or is that due to be done after the ~ 19th / 20th?

No news yet from Cryptsy.  They won't say where we are in the queue or when they expect to get us updated.

Based on the earlier experiences with Cryptsy, we expect them to take 2-3 weeks.  Three weeks will be July 16th.

These are the tickets we know to be open:


Ticket ID - 193353  25th June  (V9.2.0 upgrade)
Ticket ID - 195252    7th July  (Any progress on 192253?)

Ticket ID - 194673 7th July  (Deposit not credited - Taiga)
Ticket ID - 195687 9th July  (Deposit not credited - SlimePuppy)


Hi dev, any news  ??? >:(
Nothing yet, Taiga, since my update on the 25th.  It's been more than a month now - ticket opened on the 25th of June.  We're poking Cryptsy every other day but still nothing more than a 1st level tech response.  We've PMd them here and hung in their IRC channel - still nothing.

...

We keep nudging Cryptsy but so far there's no communication other than a '1st level tech' message along the lines of 'thanks for your message - we'll pass it to our technician'.  They're taking much, much longer than normal and customer service is...well...in character.  More news when we've got some to share.
...
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1118569.msg11968329#msg11968329 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1118569.msg11968329#msg11968329)

At least we know it's not just us - there are at least five coins that have been in 'upgrade' status for weeks, and many more with other problems.
https://www.cryptsy.com/pages/status (https://www.cryptsy.com/pages/status)


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: Blaksmith on July 27, 2015, 08:29:46 AM
Winning PI block http://catcoinwallets.com:2750/block/1a1f17c4e4430541df8cba13e9460206d3ae5fa02031f6adf2a3170abbbae799

Blak


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 27, 2015, 07:53:55 PM
New bonus block in the field - good digging!

 8)


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 27, 2015, 08:27:57 PM
New bonus block in the field - good digging!

 8)

????
Extra block reward - there's an example in the link Blak posted.  The block will have more than a 50 CAT reward.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 27, 2015, 09:26:23 PM
New bonus block in the field - good digging!

 8)
Blak got it - gonna push it back out.  Next mystery block will have a 3xCat bonus. ;)


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 28, 2015, 12:32:34 PM
This morning's mystery block has 200 CAT hidden inside...who will find it?


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 28, 2015, 04:35:29 PM
It's up to us, CATs.  If we work together, we can be at the fork in about 4 days.  If keep going as we are, it'll be almost 4 weeks.

The best way to manage this is to mine the high diffs and stop mining the dip.  Slowing the dip keeps us from bouncing.  Once we're somewhat level, then we can add all the hash we want and sprint to the fork.  Once we're there, it won't matter much how much hash we have on the network because the network will finally 'just work'.

I've got all of my scrypt capability on CAT 24/7 - 3x Black Widow and 2 Fury - and have a rig leased.  I think Blak's been doing the same.  I know some others are mining as well - but we can't do it alone.

It's time - we can get to this fork and have a coin that works or we can lose the blockchain to our attackers.  It's up to us.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 28, 2015, 05:56:50 PM
Someone on Bejjan got 45531.  Thanks and congrats!

Send a CAT address and I'll send a thank you!


We're crunching on a 536 block now - we're coming back down.  whew.

799 blocks to go to a stable CAT.



Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 28, 2015, 09:18:27 PM
This morning's mystery block has 200 CAT hidden inside...who will find it?

LOL  I found it.  I hope Bejjan will keep it with my thanks.

http://catcoinwallets.com:2750/block/a866199685294302f73fb7155dc9f340be9e1377e2ee4ec22a92bd065b5f64bf (http://catcoinwallets.com:2750/block/a866199685294302f73fb7155dc9f340be9e1377e2ee4ec22a92bd065b5f64bf)


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 29, 2015, 12:29:11 AM
New mystery block in the field...  Good hunting!


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 29, 2015, 01:52:29 AM
Beautiful job, CATs!

We eased down to 24.6 and are gently coming back up through 30 to 35.8.  It doesn't look like we got hit at the dip - it looks great!

So...feel free to ease in your miners if you so desire - we should be set up for another 24 hours of smooth, regular block generation.

Thanks everyone!

Bring on Block 46331!


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 29, 2015, 05:55:30 PM
A reminder for the new CATs - this is not our final difficulty adjust algo.  That will switch in at block 46331.

At the fork, we'll have an algo that'll handle high and low hash smoothly.  It adjusts up regularly to stop 'insta-mining' when pools switch in, and it eases down reliably without hanging when diff drops.  It does a good job of keeping us in an 8-12 minute block average with high or low network hash rates.

In the process of testing, we tried various combinations of 'input filters' for PID, various tweaks for PID, as well as Dark Gravity Wave 2 and 3, Digishield with 1- and 3-block retargeting, and combinations.  What worked best is the release combination of Digishield and PID with a 1 block retarget.  It gave us the best combination of difficulty adjustment in varying conditions while rejecting various strategies of time-warp attacks.

Prior to testing the various difficulty adjust methods, we removed the earlier kludges and experimental code and re-aligned the codebase with the current LTC release, which is where KR105 pulled the original CAT code.  There have been a number of security updates and various dependency updates since our launch that we're happy to have.

We look forward to showing you that the past year of catnaps was worth it.

719 blocks to go...



Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: Buy on July 30, 2015, 02:33:16 AM
...
It's time - we can get to this fork and have a coin that works or we can lose the blockchain to our attackers.  It's up to us.

Looks like a cool coin and very active but obviously some drama. Can you or somebody briefly summarize the drama in one post? Thanks.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 30, 2015, 05:04:42 PM
...
It's time - we can get to this fork and have a coin that works or we can lose the blockchain to our attackers.  It's up to us.

Looks like a cool coin and very active but obviously some drama. Can you or somebody briefly summarize the drama in one post? Thanks.
The main drama from launch is that the original dev team deployed a coin that wasn't capable of living in an environment with large amounts of hash and with profit-oriented switch pools (something nearly every coin launched since BTC has to solve).  The battle since has been devising and deploying methods for adjusting the difficulty that work, while also building a dev team from scratch and rebuilding the coin's network infrastructure and a proper testnet.  On the code side, we didn't want artificial block lengths (30 second or 3 minutes or any other combination) and didn't want to go to merged mining.  We think we have a unique solution that will work regardless of the network hash rate.

The PID process deployed in V9.1.1 wasn't expected to be a 100% solution, but it has a fatal flaw that when the hash rate is too slow a large miner/pool can hit the network and cause the diff to climb too high too fast (that's the 'galloping' you can see on the network chart).  While not a good situation, it's been better than any previous attempt, and it gave us the time to develop and fully test a solution which we think will become beautifully apparent when we hit block 46331.

During this 'interesting' ~18 month period, we also found that one gent on the dev team was more interested in his own profit than on the entire CAT community and after causing severe damage to the project multiple times (including multiple forks) he was ejected from the team and community.  He's not happy about this, and has deployed his own sock-puppet FUD brigade and highly-modified coinds to harm CAT rather than take his mad coding skillz to make his own coin.  We know him as 'hozer', 'catcoiner', 'Buy', 'tmagik', 'technomagik', 'Troy Benjegerdes', and quite probably 'vampirus'; and know his code (which caused a parallel (and incompatible) block chain well before we deployed V9.2.0) as 'catoshi' or 'catcoin' clients rather than our 'satoshi 9.2.0' clients.

In the process of building the V9.2.0 client and new difficulty system, we also removed all of hozer's code and also updated the code base with security fixes and developments in the parent LTC code that were fielded after CAT launched.  All of our pools, all of our infrastructure, and more than 80% of the clients seen on the network are running the current V9.2.0 code and our network is rock-solid.  We did, however, cause a condition that would have normally created a simple fork for those that continue to run the earlier 9.1.1 code (which had a kludge of a 30 second minimum block time) that would have disappeared as the rest of the community moved to the new code - but hozer was happy to continue to mine his own fork as part of his FUD campaign, and he merged his older fork with our new soft fork.  That's the piece that 'vampirus' either doesn't yet understand or is trying to twist.  It's really important to note that while the 9.1.1 client will 'technically' join the parallel fork, there is only one entity mining that (hozer) and there are zero CAT transactions there, and all of the nodes on that fork are firewalled into the obscurity they deserve.  If you are interested in understanding this more fully, feel free to hit the earlier threads as this is fully documented.
Launch thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=380130.0 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=380130.0)
V9.1.1 thread:  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=441402.0 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=441402.0)

The real important parts to hook onto aren't the past two years, but the next - we have a solid team working together for CAT and her community, we have a strong network infrastructure managed by experienced sysadmin/netadmin folks, we have ties and exchanges with multiple other coin projects, we're preparing the next release for testnet now, and we are really looking forward to the community response once we fork into the V9.2.0 code at block 46331...644 blocks to go.

Feel free to connect with us on Freenode #catcoin-dev or #catcoin or ##catcoin and we'll be happy to go into whatever detail you're interested in - we're pretty much there 24/7.

Andy


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 30, 2015, 06:26:29 PM
Do not worry, now 9.1.1 chain on block  46452 and no more compatible with 9.2.0
Take it somewhere else, Hozer.  Maybe here:  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=486922.0 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=486922.0).  Last warning.

edit...  nice edit job, Hozer.  It's gone and you're done here.
/edit


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 30, 2015, 08:01:38 PM
CATs - while we push through to the fork, does anyone have any suggestions for a cat charity we can start with?

I've identified a place here in San Antonio that works with kittens (primarily abandoned and/or kittens that aren't taken to shelter with their mothers) and they do everything from bottle feeding through adulthood and have a network of foster homes with folks trained in caring for tiny kittens.  Once we're through this fork and things are stable, I intend to go back to volunteering there and know they can always use supplies.

These three - Cali, Lulu, and Coco - are rescue kittens from SA Pets Alive:

http://catcoinwallets.com/images/3amoebas.jpg

Thoughts?  Suggestions?  Bring them!


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 30, 2015, 08:45:12 PM
<many 'overcome by events' words snipped>

All are welcome to post here - but we have no more sense of humour or time to waste with the constant stream of lies that we've tolerated in the past.  While a self-moderated thread "might" cost some new members of the community, the former BS "HAS" cost us valuable members and pool operators.  We have real work to do and not enough time to do it.  I hope you can respect that.

Andy

edit
Bloody hell - hozer's at it again.  'Buy' is yet another alias with a few 'hozer-esque' posts in other threads to look legit on the surface, followed by pasting the same crap here that we've already hashed out in the earlier threads (as well as 'quotes' from earlier posts that have been deleted - can't get more obvious than that...).  I frankly don't give a damn if he doesn't like moderated threads - we're here in this thread at the behest of the BTCTalk moderators because there were sick and tired of everyone reporting Hozer's BS in the other threads.  So tag, I'm 'it' - and I'm happy to take the task.  Out, out, damn hozer and all your sock puppets too.
/edit


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 30, 2015, 10:51:38 PM
Folks - as far as I'm concerned, it's open season on Cryptsy.  Feel free to open tickets and ask when they'll have us back running.  I think it's 'squeaky wheel' time.  Don't forget to ping Bittrex either.  We are CAT - hear us roar. ;)

Here's what we have open and what's been happening since 25 June:

Ticket ID - 193353  25th June  (V9.2.0 upgrade)
Ticket ID - 195252  7th July  (Any progress on 192253?)
Ticket ID - 194673  7th July  (Deposit not credited - Taiga)
Ticket ID - 195687  9th July  (Deposit not credited - SlimePuppy)
Ticket ID - 196077 10th July  (link to block explorer - their explorer's still down)
Ticket ID - 198519 24th July  (customer service chat - when will we be up?)
Ticket ID - 198520 24th July  (customer service chat - request to speak to a human. denied.)
Ticket ID - 198548 24th July  (customer service chat - request for update on 196077)
Ticket ID - 199436 30th July  (customer service chat - request for update on all of the above)
Ticket ID - 199451 30th July  (Blaksmith - escalated to 2nd level tech support.)
Quote
RE: 196077, 195687, 193353, 194673 Please folks - can you please give us an update on these tickets? It's been more than a month and our community is driving us nuts - they want to trade and you're still down. Please?
Quote
Hello Andy,

A ticket from your account has already been created for this issue. We appreciate your patience as we resolve this matter.

Thank you.


Sincerely,
Stephanie
Cryptsy.com
Quote
Stephanie,
 
A number of tickets have been created!  Yet we still have heard absolutely NOTHING from anyone there about whats happening or when we can expect a fix.
 
Please give us SOMETHING we can work with?
 
Andy


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 30, 2015, 11:08:36 PM
50 CAT Bounty for CAT Pool Information

Are you mining a pool not on the community pool list?  Please tell us about the pool and include a CAT address - we want to include all pools!

Thanks!


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 31, 2015, 12:44:32 AM
All Righty CATs - we've been working on Bittrex to add CAT to their exchange.  They want to hear from the community before they accept us.  Feel free to request CAT at Bittrex here:

https://bittrex.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/202583854-Submitting-a-Coin-to-Bittrex-Updated-07-20-15 (https://bittrex.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/202583854-Submitting-a-Coin-to-Bittrex-Updated-07-20-15)

We've already submitted all the info they need - source, links, threads, community, etc.  All you have to do, if you want CAT on Bittrex, is to open a support ticket and demand CAT.

We've never been de-listed - the two other exchanges we've been on from the start closed their doors and/or were hacked into bankruptcy.

If you prefer another exchange, please link it as well!

Andy

To submit a request:    https://bittrex.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/requests/new (https://bittrex.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/requests/new)

After you do, post a CAT address.  ;)



Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 01, 2015, 06:07:44 AM
Moving beautifully!  485 blocks to go.   8)


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: Taiga on August 01, 2015, 06:57:41 AM
Hi dev, what happened wallet, no sync , addnode=167.160.36.82, addnode=173.254.235.58  ??? >:(


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 01, 2015, 03:59:08 PM
Hi dev, what happened wallet, no sync , addnode=167.160.36.82, addnode=173.254.235.58  ??? >:(
Taiga - your wallet should sync easily with no addnodes at all.

It's normal for a wallet not to sync if there's a longer block - check the chart to see.  If the message says you are 1 hour behind, and we have a long block, then the wallet will finish synchronizing on the next block.  We are still having occasional long blocks as we move to the fork at 46331.

Post a CAT address if you want a test transaction.

http://catcoinwallets.com/ (http://catcoinwallets.com/)

http://www.geekhash.org/charts/catgraph.php

Andy


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 02, 2015, 01:28:21 AM
CATs!  Amazing block flow the past few days!  We have 399 block to go till the fork - THANK YOU!

 8)


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 02, 2015, 05:23:59 AM
It's been a fun day of node attacks, fake blocks, and amateurish DoS attempts.  Yet CAT blocks just keep flowing towards 46331.  Life is Good!

https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/94/3f/34/943f34155736bc18f3e5c8569cabb654.jpg


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 03, 2015, 12:46:36 AM
Today's block generation rate has been absolutely beautiful!  287 blocks to go - less than 3 days to fork at this rate.

Go CAT go!


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 03, 2015, 11:28:17 PM
This afternoon, CAT is the 2nd most profitable coin on Coinwarz after Casinocoin - 213.54% more profitable than BTC yet Cryptsy still has us off-line.
http://www.coinwarz.com/cryptocurrency

Catcoin (CAT) Cryptocurrency

Exchange(s) Offline 0.00001435 (Cryptsy)

$10.97 / $7.37 ($3.60 for electricity)

Earn 1 BTC in 25.77 days (0.03879999 BTC / day)

213.54 %  /  NaN

Feel free to open a ticket with them and ask why.
https://cryptsy.freshdesk.com/support/home (https://cryptsy.freshdesk.com/support/home)


Tickets open to date:

Ticket ID - 193353  25th June  (V9.2.0 upgrade)
Ticket ID - 195252  7th July  (Any progress on 192253?)
Ticket ID - 194673  7th July  (Deposit not credited - Taiga)
Ticket ID - 195687  9th July  (Deposit not credited - SlimePuppy)
Ticket ID - 196077 10th July  (link to block explorer - their explorer's still down)
Ticket ID - 198519 24th July  (customer service chat - when will we be up?)
Ticket ID - 198520 24th July  (customer service chat - request to speak to a human. denied.)
Ticket ID - 198548 24th July  (customer service chat - request for update on 196077)
Ticket ID - 199436 30th July  (customer service chat - request for update on all of the above)
Ticket ID - 199451 30th July  (Blaksmith - escalated to 2nd level tech support.)
Ticket ID - 199969 3rd Aug   (customer service chat - when will we be up?)
Ticket ID - 199995 3rd Aug   (Cannot withdraw CAT balance - when?)


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 04, 2015, 05:02:16 AM
Sorry CATs - today's block progress was less than stellar.  :(  We had two lease management challenges that got us galloping again - and it's been slow work to get it back under control.

In the last 24 hours we only found 94 blocks.  We've still got 166 to go to our fork at 46331.  At today's galloping pace, we should fork sometime late Wednesday or early Thursday.  Hopefully we'll be able to flatten the difficulty chart a bit, get back to crunching about 120 blocks a day, and fork late Tuesday or early Wednesday.

Either way, we're almost there.  Please pass the fork...and another bottle of antacids?

Andy


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: Buy on August 04, 2015, 06:20:17 PM
I make some observations and suggestions about the coin and my post is deleted??????

Seriously????????

You guys are out of control with the 'moderated thread' thing.

Goodbye catcoin.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 04, 2015, 06:53:41 PM
Goodbye catcoin.
Violate forum rules and posts will be deleted.

Goodbye, Hozer.



Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 04, 2015, 10:25:07 PM
It looks like we're settling in on ~10 minute blocks again - and that's a good thing!  

We have 84 blocks let to go - looks like Wednesday, 5th Aug is when V9.2.0 activates - block 46331.

I've been reading through (and re-living!) the launch thread these past few days and while it's taken more time than we all expected, this might finally be the solution we all hoped for since December 2013.

Fingers crossed.

BTW - expect a significant announcement before the weekend. ;)


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 05, 2015, 08:07:31 AM
46300.   31 to go.

http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-TRt-iVu7A00/VABCM15zxrI/AAAAAAAAOKs/23NX7_N0A_I/s1600/evilcatsays.jpg


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 05, 2015, 07:11:07 PM
All right CATs - we're here!  It'll take a few more blocks for things to settle in - then we can see if things work in the real world as well as they worked on testnet.

Comments, questions, or thoughts?  Bring them!


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 05, 2015, 09:45:11 PM
The next phase of this transition is in progress.

As most of you know, it took a fair amount of constant hash rate to keep PID relatively consistent.  It's time now to remove the leases and bring the difficulty back down.

When we did this on testnet, there was always one longish block on the way down before things started to move easily.  As we ease the leases off, we expect some slower than normal block generation.  This should take at least eight hours.

As with anything else, though, it depends on the community - feel free to bring in your '24/7' cat miners if you have them around - let's take this new network for a test drive!


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 06, 2015, 10:42:10 AM
CATs - it looks like we've delivered a difficulty adjust mechanism that successfully stands up to rapid additions of mining.  There are two 'pulses' on the chart that represent the addition of more than 1.7GH/s of hash when our difficulty dropped solidly into the 'very profitable to mine' range - and there was no insta-mining and our difficulty did NOT go to the moon!

http://catcoinwallets.com/images/catpostfork.jpg

Let me repeat that - we resisted more than 10x of hash input from a profit switch pool without giving away CATs and without huge difficulty swings - and we did it without minimum block time kludges, without merged mining, and without using ANY method that any other coin on the street has tried.

The pre-fork leased miners ended about 0500 GMT and as you can see from the chart, we're have some long blocks since.  This morning, as far as I can find, we have ~2.5 MH/s on Bejjan (my two GAW Furys), about 400 KH/s on Hashnova (Blaksmith), and about 18 MH/s on GeekHash (my GAW Black Widow and Blaksmith's Furys).  One thing about crypto that is universal is that we have to have miners on the network to solve blocks.

So - CATs - we've brought you code that's unique in the entire crypto industry and that just might finally be a way to reset the balance of power since the arrival of ASICs and profit-switch pools.

I just restarted my other two Black Widows to pop a couple of blocks and get things moving a bit more quickly, but I can't leave them running 24/7 - it's the hot part of summer here in S Texas and the miners cook in a 105F/40.6C garage.

0601 GMT edit...  Perfect timing - I mined the diff down, we hit the profitable list, and got hit HARD from at least three pools - and only gave up six blocks.  Now we have to mine the diff back down.  The algo works, but we still need some network hash rate.  Even self-driving cars need someone go get in and tell it where to go...  /edit

In other news, we're still beating on Cryptsy - feel free to open tickets and/or customer service complaint chats and let them know that you're disappointed in the 40+ days they've had us off-line.  If a Windows user like me can install *nix, a build environment, and can compile a catcoind in under an hour, there is absolutely no reason why they shouldn't be able to get us running in at least a week!   ::) ;D








Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 06, 2015, 01:05:12 PM
Goodbye catcoin.
Violate forum rules and posts will be deleted.

Goodbye, Hozer.
I have deleted the latest BS from Hozer.  I will continue to delete posts from him and all of his sockpuppet aliases unless/until he posts something that doesn't violate the rules of this forum that have been linked to the OP since the start of this thread.  He's been warned multiple times and has violated forum rules sufficiently to result in being banned.  Next post will be forwarded to the forum mods for proper handling.

(Please note that 'vampirus's posts about the status of his wallet and his conscious decision to promote an orphaned fork remain in this thread and have not been edited or deleted, in spite of this being a known alias.)


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: BlackPanda on August 06, 2015, 01:18:32 PM
are you serious for this coin dev ?  ???


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 06, 2015, 01:23:11 PM
are you serious for this coin dev ?  ???
Panda - I've personally been mining CAT since it launched in Dec 2013.  The rest of the Dev team has been involved since the beginning as well.  Considering the time, money, and effort put into this project, I'd have to say yes, that we are all serious.  How about you?


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: zerodrama on August 06, 2015, 02:51:34 PM
Ok.

Time to start kicking some ass.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 06, 2015, 09:50:14 PM
Cryptsy Status:  Tickets open to date:

Ticket ID - 193353  25th June  (V9.2.0 upgrade)
Ticket ID - 195252  7th July  (Any progress on 192253?)
Ticket ID - 194673  7th July  (Deposit not credited - Taiga)
Ticket ID - 195687  9th July  (Deposit not credited - SlimePuppy)
Ticket ID - 196077 10th July  (link to block explorer - their explorer's still down)
Ticket ID - 198519 24th July  (customer service chat - when will we be up?)
Ticket ID - 198520 24th July  (customer service chat - request to speak to a human. denied.)
Ticket ID - 198548 24th July  (customer service chat - request for update on 196077)
Ticket ID - 199436 30th July  (customer service chat - request for update on all of the above)
Ticket ID - 199451 30th July  (Blaksmith - escalated to 2nd level tech support.)
Ticket ID - 199969 3rd Aug   (customer service chat - when will we be up?)
Ticket ID - 199995 3rd Aug   (Cannot withdraw CAT balance - when?)
Ticket ID - 200305 5th Aug   (Status?)
Ticket ID - 200461 6th Aug   (customer service chat)

Quote
Elen
said 2 days ago
Hello Andy,

I received an update from our wallet specialist.
He is finishing up the CAT update.
Hopefully we can have the CAT wallet back online today.


Sincerely,

Elen
Customer Service Manager
Cryptsy.com



Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 07, 2015, 07:35:20 PM
All right CATs - we've had a steady 100 MH/s on CAT for just over 24 hours.  As you can see, block generation is good, the difficulty adjust is agile, and we have enough computer power to handle what the world sends our way.  That's all we need for a stable CAT now - a few miners with 24/7 contributions.  I've got three GAW Black Widows that crunch 15 MH/s at the machine - we need 7 miners with BWs.  The GAW Fury hashes at about 1.5 Mh/s - we need 67 Furys on the network.  Or any combination of these or other machines.  We're stronger with an assortment of smaller machines rather than a single Innosilicon A2 - we don't want any single points of failure here.

http://catcoinwallets.com/images/steadyhash.jpg

So...CATs...we have a good diff adjust algo now - finally.  We have a full network with solid nodes, proper DNS config, charts, block explorers, etc., that are controlled by the core team so that they can be quickly and easily fixed if something breaks.  Since launch, we haven't always had all of those and we've suffered when things didn't work or when people weren't available.  Mav's words from back in early 2014 still apply:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=380130.msg4399260#msg4399260 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=380130.msg4399260#msg4399260)
Quote
Obviously we're always looking for more talent and always open to suggestions and content from the community. We are a democracy, we want suggestions, nominations, content and ideas from everyone on how to make this coin the absolute best it can be. We have some really exciting new ideas that are being discussed as we speak, and as we flesh out the ideas a bit more, we'll bring them to the table for the community to see and vote on. We've created such a large team to diversify our talents and to make it so that no one person has too much influence on the coin. We are absolutely for this community, and want nothing but the best for our coin. Our team is very committed to honesty, integrity and transparency. Our IRC chats are logged and at some point once we get some more infrastructure in place they will be made available for everyone to see.

I'd like to take this opportunity to say that we're really excited about this coin as a whole and we really hope that we are able to continue being the absolute best community of all the altcoins.

Long live Catcoin!

We know what we need now - we need CATs to re-connect with other CATs - bring ideas, bring a few miners, keep kicking Cryptsy and Bittrex, and build on the solid foundation the dev team's (finally) delivered.

Thoughts?  Plans?  Insights?  Bring them!

Andy


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 09, 2015, 10:14:36 PM
FYI CATs - this is what it took to bring us a couple of long blocks:

http://catcoinwallets.com/images/24hourspike.jpg

(Image courtesy of ispace pools http://ispace.co.uk/coindetails/?coin=cat (http://ispace.co.uk/coindetails/?coin=cat))

This was about 23 times more than the existing hash rate - and while the difficulty did go up, it is manageable and we didn't have "instamined" blocks - they were earned!

This type of event is moderated when we have regular hash.  That (and our coin price) will be helped when Cryptsy is back.  Have you opened a ticket at Cryptsy today?

https://cryptsy.freshdesk.com/support/home (https://cryptsy.freshdesk.com/support/home)


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 10, 2015, 07:52:08 PM
Cryptsy Status:  Tickets open to date:

Ticket ID - 193353  25th June  (V9.2.0 upgrade)
Ticket ID - 195252  7th July  (Any progress on 192253?)
Ticket ID - 194673  7th July  (Deposit not credited - Taiga)
Ticket ID - 195687  9th July  (Deposit not credited - SlimePuppy)
Ticket ID - 196077 10th July  (link to block explorer - their explorer's still down)
Ticket ID - 198519 24th July  (customer service chat - when will we be up?)
Ticket ID - 198520 24th July  (customer service chat - request to speak to a human. denied.)
Ticket ID - 198548 24th July  (customer service chat - request for update on 196077)
Ticket ID - 199436 30th July  (customer service chat - request for update on all of the above)
Ticket ID - 199451 30th July  (Blaksmith - escalated to 2nd level tech support.)
Ticket ID - 199969 3rd Aug   (customer service chat - when will we be up?)
Ticket ID - 199995 3rd Aug   (Cannot withdraw CAT balance - when?)
Ticket ID - 200305 5th Aug   (Status?)
Ticket ID - 200461 6th Aug   (Customer Service chat - update?)
Ticket ID - 200947 10th Aug (Request for update)

New ticket today...


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 11, 2015, 12:56:12 AM
For anyone interested, IRC #catcoin has a bot running that gives details on the blocks, block times, current and next difficulty, and the method used to determine the current and next difficulty step (PID or DigiShield).  Enjoy!

Code:
[19:45] -CatBot:#catcoin- Block: 46814 - Diff: (D-41) 38.6644 / 2.534M - Next Diff: (P-55) 35.1886 / 2.306M - Block time: 38m:14s
[19:49] -CatBot:#catcoin- Block: 46815 - Diff: (P-55) 35.1886 / 2.306M - Next Diff: (D-00) 46.9182 / 3.075M - Block time: 5m:5s
[19:51] -CatBot:#catcoin- Block: 46816 - Diff: (D-00) 46.9182 / 3.075M - Next Diff: (P-46) 42.7836 / 2.804M - Block time: 1m:46s
[19:54] -CatBot:#catcoin- Block: 46817 - Diff: (P-46) 42.7836 / 2.804M - Next Diff: (P-25) 41.6607 / 2.730M - Block time: 2m:39s
[19:55] -CatBot:#catcoin- Block: 46818 - Diff: (P-25) 41.6607 / 2.730M - Next Diff: (P-56) 41.6607 / 2.730M - Block time: 1m:31s
[19:57] -CatBot:#catcoin- Block: 46819 - Diff: (P-56) 41.6607 / 2.730M - Next Diff: (D-13) 55.5477 / 3.640M - Block time: 2m:17s
[20:20] -CatBot:#catcoin- Block: 46820 - Diff: (D-13) 55.5477 / 3.640M - Next Diff: (P-18) 54.7563 / 3.589M - Block time: 22m:5s
[20:26] -CatBot:#catcoin- Block: 46821 - Diff: (P-18) 54.7563 / 3.589M - Next Diff: (P-25) 54.7563 / 3.589M - Block time: 6m:7s
[20:28] -CatBot:#catcoin- Block: 46822 - Diff: (P-25) 54.7563 / 3.589M - Next Diff: (D-44) 73.0087 / 4.785M - Block time: 2m:19s
[20:39] -CatBot:#catcoin- Block: 46823 - Diff: (D-44) 73.0087 / 4.785M - Next Diff: (P-53) 76.1841 / 4.993M - Block time: 11m:9s
[20:41] -CatBot:#catcoin- Block: 46824 - Diff: (P-53) 76.1841 / 4.993M - Next Diff: (D-08) 101.5788 / 6.657M - Block time: 2m:15s
[21:13] -CatBot:#catcoin- Block: 46825 - Diff: (D-08) 101.5788 / 6.657M - Next Diff: (P-16) 101.5788 / 6.657M - Block time: 31m:8s


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: wolverine5pl on August 11, 2015, 01:01:38 AM
now we need cryptsy to let us trade cat coin:)


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: Blaksmith on August 11, 2015, 01:40:33 AM
I've been sitting back quietly, watching and making sure the code is running as expected, and not waste my time with all the FUD slinging that has been going on.

Here's a little recap:

We released 0.9.2.0, without the 30 second manditory reject code, because it is unethical.
   I personally goofed, as I removed that code that should have stayed in there until after the fork block.  That has caused the major fork between 0.9.1.1 and 0.9.2 "before" the fork block.  This was unintentional, but since code was already alive, and lots of people upgraded at that point, there was no turning back, so we had to just continue with it.

During this time, there was a TON of FUD being thrown from Hozer, and his alts, and anyone who jumped on his band wagon. 
   I personally am not going to pin-point who's alt is whos, but there has been digging done by BitcoinTalk staff to show that some of the alts that SlimePuppy listed, ARE Hozers.  All of the known alts have been posting from the same IP address.  The BitcoinTalk staff even listed some others that did not raise red flags for us, as his alts. 

Regarding the moderated thread, it is what it is. 
   If you are going to try and spread FUD, especially if you are "claiming" that you are "new to any coin", and then come out with some very highly detailed stuff about exploits, and how to implement them, and promote the use of them, even though 99.999% of all the exploits said are all false, then you can expect your post to be removed.  This thread is about getting the REAL community back together, since CAT has had such a VERY rough life since it's beginning.  Also, promoting the use of ANY catcoin that is NOT directly off of the OFFICIAL release, your posts will be removed also!

Since the fork block of 46331:

The 2 new algos with the semi-random picking of which algo is used to solve the next block, is working AWESOME!  We have been hit many times by at least 2 known switch-pools, and the hardest hitting was with a combined hash rate of over 4GH, and there were NO insta-mine blocks, even without the 30 minimum kludge.  Granted, it raised the diff after about 20 min of the switch-pool staying on, but it sure is a hell of a lot better than the old 9.1.1 code of just PID. 

Shortly after we hit the fork block, I did a test, and removed the lease that I had control of, to see how it would do.  It didn't do too bad, but still the low hashing gave the switch-pools enough power to raise the diff a bit, but still did fairly well.  It took longer for it to come down, because there was maybe 50MH on the coin combined, to bring it down.  Since then, I have been maintaining a low 100MH lease.  This example shows that all we need is some reliable steady hashers to keep the block count running smoothly.

So, NOW is the time to get in contact with all of your friends that have mining equipment, and get some steady hashing going on!

It is probably going to take the rest of the community to get Cryptsy off their ass, and get their catcoind online, up and running, so we can start focusing on the future of CAT.  Feel free to also contact any other exchanges that you wish to have CAT listed on!  Let's get this community active in a positive way! 

ALL of us as a community, can come up with tons of ways that we can use CAT.  Let's start getting those ways thought up and designed!  Let's make this CAT grow!!!!

Blak



Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 11, 2015, 01:46:25 AM
now we need cryptsy to let us trade cat coin:)
I know, right?!  This miner loves to see miners on CAT - thanks Wolverine!


I can't tell you how disappointed I am about how long this is taking.  I worked with Cryptsy for the past three code updates and the others were complete in under 3 weeks.   ???  I've got 10 CAT stuck on the way to Cryptsy and 5,658.74317291 that I bought and want off the exchange.   :'(


Here's Cryptsy's wallet tech:
https://twitter.com/CryptsyWallets (https://twitter.com/CryptsyWallets)

Here's the CEO:
https://twitter.com/cryptsy (https://twitter.com/cryptsy)

Code:
Contact Information
Principal: Paul Vernon (CEO)

Here's the wallet status page:
https://www.cryptsy.com/pages/status (https://www.cryptsy.com/pages/status)

And here's the support ticket site:
https://cryptsy.freshdesk.com/support/tickets (https://cryptsy.freshdesk.com/support/tickets)

Code:
Project Investors Inc
(888) 963-9935
160 Congress Park Dr Suite 101, Delray Beach, FL 33445
support@cryptsy.com
http://www.cryptsy.com

BBB Rating: http://www.bbb.org/south-east-florida/images/2/ratings/cbbb-non-accred-c-plus.png
http://www.bbb.org/south-east-florida/business-reviews/business-and-trade-organizations/project-investors-in-delray-beach-fl-90098747 (http://www.bbb.org/south-east-florida/business-reviews/business-and-trade-organizations/project-investors-in-delray-beach-fl-90098747)

Light 'em up! >:(


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 11, 2015, 09:26:30 PM
New day; new ticket at Cryptsy...201117.  Sigh.  What a way to run a railroad.   :(


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 12, 2015, 02:59:53 AM
Anyone remember this?  Kisa called it, I think!   8)

https://i.imgur.com/Jtw3hFx.jpg?1

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=441402.msg6767284#msg6767284 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=441402.msg6767284#msg6767284)


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 12, 2015, 09:51:05 AM
CRYPTSY IS BACK


Quote
Mullick          ‏@CryptsyWallets

Catcoin wallet maintenance is complete. Deposit and withdrawals are back online.

12:36 AM - 12 Aug 2015
https://twitter.com/CryptsyWallets/status/631368549936799744 (https://twitter.com/CryptsyWallets/status/631368549936799744)

And yes - it does work.  Ladies, Gentlemen, and CATs, please note that the captain has turned OFF the "no trading" light - you are free to walk about the cabin.

A huge THANK YOU to all the folks that opened tickets, sent email, and made sure Cryptsy understood that CAT still has claws!

Andy


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: wolverine5pl on August 12, 2015, 09:59:51 AM
what a massive drop in price  :o


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: Blaksmith on August 12, 2015, 08:52:53 PM
what a massive drop in price  :o

I'm suspecting that the drop is because Cryptsy took so damn long to sync to the official.  It is going to take people trading back and forth to bring the price back up.

On a side note, we got hit SUPER hard this morning, and left us with a sky-high diff.  I personally have not found which pool / whoever that slammed the coin so hard, but we will be able to pop this block if we all start hashing steadily!

Blak


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 13, 2015, 05:27:24 AM
Blockfinder for 46973 - post your pool site and address for a 300 CAT finder's fee!

edit...   found you!

wolverine on Bejjan (https://pool.bejjan.net/pool/CAT)

Inbound:  651cbac471d21f5f31ee8a3fd4dd43da4d2a3c93d31e4cf2b85776f63ac34ab2 (http://catcoinwallets.com:2750/search?q=651cbac471d21f5f31ee8a3fd4dd43da4d2a3c93d31e4cf2b85776f63ac34ab2)

It's not in a block yet - next one should have it - along with a similar finder reward for that block as well.   8)

Nice work!
/edit


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: wolverine5pl on August 13, 2015, 08:08:01 AM
cool thanks:)


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 14, 2015, 05:11:32 AM
Just a quick update and some random thoughts.

- Coinwarz updated to V9.2.0 some time back.  They updated our status yesterday (that Cryptsy is back) and CAT is again moving around on the profitability list.

- Crypto-Currency Market Capitalizations has us updated http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/catcoin/#markets (http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/catcoin/#markets)

- Prohashing has CAT activated on their pool - and we're in 'payout' status only.  This is something we've thought about since just after the launch - having a mining pool that allows mining for anything but pays in CAT.   8)  Cool as hell, Prohashing - thanks for this!  https://prohashing.com/charts.html (https://prohashing.com/charts.html)

- There is at least one pool in the ecosystem that commands a very significant amount of hash.  We were fine with our relatively low 24/7 hash and a 23x increase, but this was a very large hash input.  I don't think CAT has ever seen that much hash power since the coin was launched!

- As everyone knows, the difficulty must rise fast in response to more hash.  In the past, we've 'given' out plenty of 'almost free' CAT blocks and profit switch algos adjusted over time to switching to CAT when our difficulty dropped below 20.  We expect this new algo and the lack of 'freebies' will lead to more adjustments in pool code.  That should result in a reduction in the severe hits that have been our norm for far too long.

- Right now we are essentially in a relaunch status for CAT.  The difficulty system appears to be working as designed but it'll take a bit more time to know for sure.  We know we still need 24/7 miners, though.  That'll come in time.  Our price is starting to lift off the floor on Cryptsy, and we're off the floor on Coinwarz - nothing wrong with either of those!

- We have another lease on the way to assist in popping the next couple of blocks.  Until it arrives, I have everything that can mine scrypt on the network and invite all other cats to do the same.

Blak and Wolverine have popped the hard blocks - with a peak of 2676 and a share size of >175.4 million.  CAT has climbed up into a redwood and is on her way down.

Overall, we're going in the right direction - and that's a good thing!

Andy

edit

[05:16] -CatBot:#catcoin- Block: 46976 - Diff: (P-26) 877.6703 / 57.519M - Next Diff: (D-38) 585.1136 / 38.346M

Thanks CATs!  You rock!

/edit






Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 14, 2015, 06:40:31 AM
Mysterious creature spotted...  :o


http://www.catcoinwallets.com/images/creature.jpg


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 14, 2015, 10:08:38 PM
And...we're coming back to Earth.

Unfortunately, my usual lease providers were not available for an 'instant startup' to pop our high blocks faster, so the job was left to Blaksmith and wolverine and their 100 MH/s machines.  I only have ~48MH/s of my own at the moment, and have to manage them carefully as it's 101F outside and 105 in the garage.

The moral of this story?  Community miners are much better than leases.  Our coin code does work - but we can't manufacture blocks out of thin air.  More network hashing minimizes high diff rises and gets us back down more quickly.  Nothing new there at all.  Again - we're in restart/relaunch status, but we're stronger and more stable than we have ever been.

Thanks Cats!


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 15, 2015, 05:30:31 PM
We're moving up the profitability lists again - up around 31 at Coinwarz.  Exchange volume at Cryptsy is up from near-zero to 0.12 BTC.  And there's upward price pressure again.  Good progress!


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 15, 2015, 11:05:20 PM
Now we're #4 on Coinwars - with LTC down at #13.  ;)

edit...  0255 GMT  We're back to 30 - which is a comfortable 'high side of normal difficulty' position for us considering what the recent 'Cryptsy-induced sell-off' did to our value.  Activity is picking up on Cryptsy though.  This isn't a pump and dump coin, and we're not in a sprint.  :)


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: Blaksmith on August 19, 2015, 02:07:54 AM
While watching the blocks happening, and making sure everything is running as expected, I kinda whipped this up! (With help of a core github to start with.  Source for the original is on the site)

http://catlisten.geekhash.org/ (http://catlisten.geekhash.org/)

It shows audibly and visually when blocks and transactions happen on Catcoin 0.9.2.0.

Enjoy!

Blak


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 23, 2015, 12:05:54 AM
Well, that was a fun hit...   We got at least 1670 MH/s from a pool we know, and very likely more from a still unknown pool that visits us when we get down to about a 20 difficulty.  The good news is that we only gave up four blocks.  We should be on our way back down once we kill this difficulty 2538 block.

edit...and we're back.  So far so good - we remained profitable to mine throughout - a very nice change.  We never dropped below DOGE at our lowest profitability. :)


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 26, 2015, 07:40:10 AM
We're number 3 on Coinwarz this morning.  BTC is number 4.

Miners - start your engines!


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on September 01, 2015, 11:33:34 PM
We're number 4 on Coinwarz as I write this - we're not only profitable to mine, but have an above average exchange rate stability and a steadily increasing value.

Coinmarketcap says our USD value is up 7.85%, while we're up 8.89% relative to BTC.
http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/catcoin/#markets (http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/catcoin/#markets)

Progress...    8)


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on September 06, 2015, 01:20:07 PM
catcoinwallets and the block explorer are down temporarily due to a server crash at the hosting data center.  They should be back on-line later today.

edit

catcoinwallets and the explorer are back on-line

/edit


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: vondi1122 on September 11, 2015, 03:12:16 PM
Low price but good stability  at catcoin trading @ cryptsy

Edit: good for miner's revenue reliability


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on September 14, 2015, 07:52:49 PM
Bejjan's pools are still working through their upgrades, but CAT is back online there.   8)

https://www.scryptpool.com/pool/CAT (https://www.scryptpool.com/pool/CAT)

I'll update the OP and other sites with the new URL.

Andy

edit...  OP, Reddit, Catcoins.org updated


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on September 17, 2015, 01:51:38 AM
Open call for animal help...

This article lists animal rescue services working in Northern California during the vast wildfires:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/how-to-help-pets-affected-by-the-northern-california-wildfires_55f6cf0ee4b042295e36c07c (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/how-to-help-pets-affected-by-the-northern-california-wildfires_55f6cf0ee4b042295e36c07c)

https://www.facebook.com/Petaluma-Animal-Services-211690755543601/timeline/ (https://www.facebook.com/Petaluma-Animal-Services-211690755543601/timeline/)
https://www.facebook.com/winecountryanimallovers?fref=photo (https://www.facebook.com/winecountryanimallovers?fref=photo)
https://www.facebook.com/SonomaHumane (https://www.facebook.com/SonomaHumane)
https://www.facebook.com/compassionwithoutborders (https://www.facebook.com/compassionwithoutborders)
http://www.jamesonanimalrescueranch.org/ (http://www.jamesonanimalrescueranch.org/)
http://www.record-bee.com/general-news/20150914/valley-fire-evacuees-seek-refuge-for-their-animals (http://www.record-bee.com/general-news/20150914/valley-fire-evacuees-seek-refuge-for-their-animals)

We won't be donating CATs as a community as we don't have an avenue set up for that yet.  But feel free to give if moved to.  I'll be sending some USD to the west coast.

Also - please post info on your local animal needs.

Thanks CATs,
Andy


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: Blaksmith on September 25, 2015, 07:55:31 PM
BIG news for GeekHash mining pool! http://geekhash.org

We now have MERGED MINING!!!! (BETA TESTING)

Mine CAT, and get some DOGE too!

For those mining SHA256 coins, there is also BTC / UNO merged mining.

If you have any other coins that have auxpow that you would like to see added to the merge mined list, let me know, and I will look into adding it!

Blak


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on October 17, 2015, 07:08:23 PM
Hey CATs - we're more than 4680 blocks past the fork and things seem to be moving much, much better than CAT has since she's been born.

What's everyone think?  And what do you want to see next?

Andy


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: alt19 on October 18, 2015, 11:12:09 AM
Hi,
there are so many DOGE lovers, and where are CAT lovers?
So low market cap.
Thank you for your work. I remember CAT.
Maybe to join forces with MEOW coin?

I have a question.
Estimated CAT inflation or total supply over the next 10 years?

The information is needed for http://alt19.com/19/cryptocurrency.php

Thanks


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: Blaksmith on October 21, 2015, 04:17:36 AM
Hi,
there are so many DOGE lovers, and where are CAT lovers?
So low market cap.
Thank you for your work. I remember CAT.
Maybe to join forces with MEOW coin?

I have a question.
Estimated CAT inflation or total supply over the next 10 years?

The information is needed for http://alt19.com/19/cryptocurrency.php

Thanks

If MEOW adds in auxpow, then I will add it to be MergeMined with CAT on GeekHash. 



Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: alt19 on October 21, 2015, 09:51:01 AM
so CAT is a pure POW, or not?

how do you estimate its inflation?

also do you have or plan to have checkpoints?

thank you


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on October 21, 2015, 01:34:48 PM
so CAT is a pure POW, or not?

how do you estimate its inflation?

also do you have or plan to have checkpoints?

thank you
The parameters for CAT are the same as BTC - 10 minute block target, 21 million total coins, pure POW and no pre-mine.  Yes, we have checkpoints.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: BitcoinNational on December 10, 2015, 07:16:40 AM
http://i.imgur.com/oh1hXtn.jpg
MONEY CAT


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on December 20, 2015, 03:36:33 AM
https://uchicagomed.files.wordpress.com/2015/05/de-mitosis-lg.jpg


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on December 20, 2015, 06:46:29 PM
http://catterybaduhenna.punt.nl/_files/2008-11-14/cat-embryo.jpg


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on December 21, 2015, 07:43:16 PM
http://www.dehumane.org/images/content/pagebuilder/Skippy-bottle-baby_web.png


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on December 22, 2015, 04:45:07 PM
http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/02830/cat_2830677b.jpg


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on December 23, 2015, 10:31:43 PM
http://s6.favim.com/orig/150402/16-amazing-birthday-cat-Favim.com-2615616.jpg

http://i190.photobucket.com/albums/z254/duct_tape_ninja/Birthday_Cat.jpg

http://memesvault.com/wp-content/uploads/Happy-Birthday-Meme-Cat-18.jpg

http://adorablekittens.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/001_live-long-and-prospurr-prosper-star-trek-spock-cat-meme.jpg

Happy 2nd Birthday, CAT!


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on December 31, 2015, 10:42:12 PM
Just a heads-up, CATS.  The catcoins.org main site is down at the moment.  The error message says the name has expired but this is incorrect - the name's registered through Dec 2016.  We've got a message to Mack25 to kick the server in the head - though recognize that the problem could be related to the flooding rolling through the US Midwest.  More news when we've got some.

In the mean time, the chart and block explorer at catcoinwallets.com is good, as is our reddit and the info in the OP of this thread.

Happy New Year CATS


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on January 10, 2016, 04:28:09 AM
catcoins.org is back up.



Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: bitfranky on January 10, 2016, 06:03:46 AM
catcoins.org is back up.



As expected, hoping to hear more positive news about CATS.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: Gilo on January 10, 2016, 05:30:40 PM
Hi,

what about another exchange?

EDIT:
cryptsy is dying...


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: Gilo on January 15, 2016, 02:21:58 PM
I just submitted a poloniex coin request  :)


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on January 16, 2016, 09:58:16 PM
Hi,

what about another exchange?

EDIT:
cryptsy is dying...
Yes, Cryptsy is having trouble apparently as a result of a hack coded into a coin daemon.  It appears that they are still working on recovering at least part of the money stolen - if that happens, they say they'll continue operations.  For the time being, though, it looks like they've stopped all trading and withdrawals.  Me and Blaksmith were in our Cryptsy accounts overnight and were able to schedule withdrawals.  Blak received his Uno payout.  My BTC and CAT withdrawals have not yet processed and may not.

http://www.coindesk.com/cryptsy-bankruptcy-millions-bitcoin-stolen/ (http://www.coindesk.com/cryptsy-bankruptcy-millions-bitcoin-stolen/)
http://blog.cryptsy.com/ (http://blog.cryptsy.com/)


Thanks for submitting the exchange request - I'll send you 500 CAT when we're listed there.  I'll pay a 500 CAT to anyone that gets us listed on another exchange as well.

Thanks CATs!

Andy


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: vampirus on January 23, 2016, 10:23:31 PM
You can add CAT to Cryptopia only for 0.075 BTC  https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Forum/Thread/492


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: commandrix on January 23, 2016, 11:48:41 PM
It is good to see that Catcoin is still active. I used to know one of the developer team but he kinda disappeared on me. (I'm still mad about losing those articles.) But seriously, what would you think of a pet shop or something accepting Catcoin payments as a branding thing? Any plans to get on a payment processor similar to Coinpayments?


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: Blaksmith on January 26, 2016, 08:38:52 PM
You can add CAT to Cryptopia only for 0.075 BTC  https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Forum/Thread/492

Thanks for pointing our eyes to this exchange.  It looks like CAT is already in the vote list.  Adding my votes daily now!


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on January 27, 2016, 01:41:25 AM
Agreed - it'll be good to get our exchange numbers up to at least the three we've had in the past.  Thanks Vampirus.  Since you recommended it first, I'll send you 500 cat if/when we get listed.



Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: vampirus on January 27, 2016, 01:56:19 AM
You can add CAT to Cryptopia only for 0.075 BTC  https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Forum/Thread/492

Thanks for pointing our eyes to this exchange.  It looks like CAT is already in the vote list.  Adding my votes daily now!

You do not need vote for CAT. This post for coins, that was on Cryptsy and it is most cheaper and faster to add coins.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on January 27, 2016, 09:31:57 AM
Thanks again, Vampirus.  We're working through the process at Cryptopia.  We're also evaluating their exchange, mining system, and trades to make sure it's a safe place for CAT to land.  So far, though, they're a lot more responsive on the tech support side than Cryptsy was on a good day - so that's nice to see.

We'll let the community know when we're listed, and will update all the sites/pages with the new info.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on January 27, 2016, 06:36:10 PM
You can add CAT to Cryptopia only for 0.075 BTC  https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Forum/Thread/492

Post a CAT address and I'll send you the 500 CAT I promised.
Andy


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: vampirus on January 28, 2016, 02:55:50 AM
9odGenidFiAEhDaRt1eYG2hHDfVk2Zvco9

UPD: Received 500 CAT. Thank you.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on January 28, 2016, 07:05:24 AM
9odGenidFiAEhDaRt1eYG2hHDfVk2Zvco9

It's not Latinum but I hope it'll work anyway. ;)  Thanks again.

Quote
Status: 0/unconfirmed, broadcast through 2 nodes
Date: 1/28/2016 01:03
To: exchange finder fee 9odGenidFiAEhDaRt1eYG2hHDfVk2Zvco9
Debit: -500.00 CAT
Transaction fee: -1.00 CAT
Net amount: -501.00 CAT
Transaction ID: b5b01c347ab63c8e70f3386a1854dc4e46cf6dc05886046333ec35dbafd0378f


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: Lutzow on January 28, 2016, 07:18:01 AM
Another altcoin, how many altcoins do we seriously need nowadays. I know that there are advantages of one over the other but can't we just have a handful of coins then perfect it? The reason why altcoins are nowhere near bitcoin at the moment because the funds are vastly distributed amongst all the altcoins.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: Blaksmith on January 28, 2016, 10:08:44 PM
Another altcoin, how many altcoins do we seriously need nowadays. I know that there are advantages of one over the other but can't we just have a handful of coins then perfect it? The reason why altcoins are nowhere near bitcoin at the moment because the funds are vastly distributed amongst all the altcoins.

This is not another "NEW" coin.  CatCoin is over 2 years old now.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on January 29, 2016, 03:56:13 AM
We're listed on Cryptopia and trading is live.  Long live CAT!

https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Exchange?market=CAT_BTC (https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Exchange?market=CAT_BTC)


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on January 29, 2016, 10:42:24 PM
A note on CRYPTSY:

They've updated their blog entry to list a number of coins that are open for withdrawal.  CAT is not yet on the list - it's still in 'maintenance' mode.

If you have other coins there, you might check-in to see if you can retrieve them.

http://blog.cryptsy.com/ (http://blog.cryptsy.com/)


Andy


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: krile on February 05, 2016, 01:09:13 AM
Is the development still going with this coin?


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on February 05, 2016, 06:35:52 PM
Is the development still going with this coin?
Yes - sure is.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: Thepuj on March 01, 2016, 10:32:14 PM
I want to have mined some coins. I have selected Catcoin as my target for mining as my hardware is lousy, there are only few mining Catcoin and I love cats. With bigger coins I would mine for years before I get something. With Catcoin I hope to get something within one or two months.

I am currently mining on scryptpool. As I am the only one there I am effectively a solo miner there. Can I just really solo mine with my address in the blockchain? If so how?

Is there an official way to use Mini private keys with Catcoin?

Thanks


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: Thepuj on March 21, 2016, 11:02:10 PM
Am I cursed with this coin or is my mining setup borken? With another coin I can successfully mine, but with this one nothing in four times my expected duration to get a block. Why has a 100% unsupported coin such a high hash rate?


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: krile on March 23, 2016, 03:10:35 PM
Can someone explain this, the debug log is getting spammed constantly with this. In the last few months it grew to over 4,5GB in size. This is funny, the blockchain size is only 40MB, but the debug.log is over a hundred times bigger :D

Code:
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 40942 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 41441 a631d628fb2a369c4aada89a8ba54505f1855891553676f73d496cf3de1cdaff
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 42942 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 43441 2bcc859b678cfbdb4cc4d5e187103fc2aac6afb6c41eb49851127b6d76a51227
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 42442 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 42941 511e72c92803545f6d02352d3548c8e6e86b8d301853d8d7cbc4dfcbd613cc65
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 43942 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 44441 14146ac52e6ecc3e38affc7614611e163cf87144e86feb59756546e3d3e15e23
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 41442 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 41941 7b29260a3acc9c4f56963c39051f4681cb7fbae6b506c0d8390d5981576c73d5
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 40942 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 41441 a631d628fb2a369c4aada89a8ba54505f1855891553676f73d496cf3de1cdaff
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 43442 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 43941 ddf6a90be42e923bdf533f7ee32e5c9ebc17cd6ea706b462bd61d65cf6792580
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 41942 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 42441 a3ea38399677f2a8f4a2e166e6a9708478d2e0dcf9f1648c820b3c9eac6da1fe
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 42442 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 42941 511e72c92803545f6d02352d3548c8e6e86b8d301853d8d7cbc4dfcbd613cc65
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 40442 to 258918baedfc92c62494f3832c3c8a27049634f61b06d27bfd10f1eb0c25b1ae limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 40941 576dfee71ef9ef5f80a9810c503a0f9d7aff27a680e88631c17bec76ae6401bb
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 42942 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 43441 2bcc859b678cfbdb4cc4d5e187103fc2aac6afb6c41eb49851127b6d76a51227
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 43942 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 44441 14146ac52e6ecc3e38affc7614611e163cf87144e86feb59756546e3d3e15e23
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 40942 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 41441 a631d628fb2a369c4aada89a8ba54505f1855891553676f73d496cf3de1cdaff
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 42942 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 43441 2bcc859b678cfbdb4cc4d5e187103fc2aac6afb6c41eb49851127b6d76a51227
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 41442 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 41941 7b29260a3acc9c4f56963c39051f4681cb7fbae6b506c0d8390d5981576c73d5
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 42442 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 42941 511e72c92803545f6d02352d3548c8e6e86b8d301853d8d7cbc4dfcbd613cc65
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 40442 to 258918baedfc92c62494f3832c3c8a27049634f61b06d27bfd10f1eb0c25b1ae limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 40941 576dfee71ef9ef5f80a9810c503a0f9d7aff27a680e88631c17bec76ae6401bb
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 41942 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 42441 a3ea38399677f2a8f4a2e166e6a9708478d2e0dcf9f1648c820b3c9eac6da1fe
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 40942 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 41441 a631d628fb2a369c4aada89a8ba54505f1855891553676f73d496cf3de1cdaff
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 42442 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 42941 511e72c92803545f6d02352d3548c8e6e86b8d301853d8d7cbc4dfcbd613cc65

I am killing this node if this does not get fixed.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: Blaksmith on March 24, 2016, 02:53:42 PM
Can someone explain this, the debug log is getting spammed constantly with this. In the last few months it grew to over 4,5GB in size. This is funny, the blockchain size is only 40MB, but the debug.log is over a hundred times bigger :D

Code:
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 40942 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 41441 a631d628fb2a369c4aada89a8ba54505f1855891553676f73d496cf3de1cdaff
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 42942 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 43441 2bcc859b678cfbdb4cc4d5e187103fc2aac6afb6c41eb49851127b6d76a51227
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 42442 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 42941 511e72c92803545f6d02352d3548c8e6e86b8d301853d8d7cbc4dfcbd613cc65
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 43942 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 44441 14146ac52e6ecc3e38affc7614611e163cf87144e86feb59756546e3d3e15e23
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 41442 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 41941 7b29260a3acc9c4f56963c39051f4681cb7fbae6b506c0d8390d5981576c73d5
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 40942 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 41441 a631d628fb2a369c4aada89a8ba54505f1855891553676f73d496cf3de1cdaff
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 43442 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 43941 ddf6a90be42e923bdf533f7ee32e5c9ebc17cd6ea706b462bd61d65cf6792580
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 41942 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 42441 a3ea38399677f2a8f4a2e166e6a9708478d2e0dcf9f1648c820b3c9eac6da1fe
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 42442 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 42941 511e72c92803545f6d02352d3548c8e6e86b8d301853d8d7cbc4dfcbd613cc65
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 40442 to 258918baedfc92c62494f3832c3c8a27049634f61b06d27bfd10f1eb0c25b1ae limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 40941 576dfee71ef9ef5f80a9810c503a0f9d7aff27a680e88631c17bec76ae6401bb
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 42942 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 43441 2bcc859b678cfbdb4cc4d5e187103fc2aac6afb6c41eb49851127b6d76a51227
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 43942 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 44441 14146ac52e6ecc3e38affc7614611e163cf87144e86feb59756546e3d3e15e23
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 40942 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 41441 a631d628fb2a369c4aada89a8ba54505f1855891553676f73d496cf3de1cdaff
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 42942 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 43441 2bcc859b678cfbdb4cc4d5e187103fc2aac6afb6c41eb49851127b6d76a51227
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 41442 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 41941 7b29260a3acc9c4f56963c39051f4681cb7fbae6b506c0d8390d5981576c73d5
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 42442 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 42941 511e72c92803545f6d02352d3548c8e6e86b8d301853d8d7cbc4dfcbd613cc65
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 40442 to 258918baedfc92c62494f3832c3c8a27049634f61b06d27bfd10f1eb0c25b1ae limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 40941 576dfee71ef9ef5f80a9810c503a0f9d7aff27a680e88631c17bec76ae6401bb
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 41942 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 42441 a3ea38399677f2a8f4a2e166e6a9708478d2e0dcf9f1648c820b3c9eac6da1fe
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 40942 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 41441 a631d628fb2a369c4aada89a8ba54505f1855891553676f73d496cf3de1cdaff
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 42442 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 42941 511e72c92803545f6d02352d3548c8e6e86b8d301853d8d7cbc4dfcbd613cc65

I am killing this node if this does not get fixed.

Unfortunately, that was the results of the last forking that happened.  You should be able to stop your catcoind, and restart it.  While it is stopped, you can delete your debug.log to free up your hdd space.  You may also want to delete your peers.dat file too, because it is still hooking on to the old forks, and your peer.dat file has old non-updated nodes listed.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: krile on March 25, 2016, 08:43:39 AM
Can someone explain this, the debug log is getting spammed constantly with this. In the last few months it grew to over 4,5GB in size. This is funny, the blockchain size is only 40MB, but the debug.log is over a hundred times bigger :D

Code:
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 40942 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 41441 a631d628fb2a369c4aada89a8ba54505f1855891553676f73d496cf3de1cdaff
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 42942 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 43441 2bcc859b678cfbdb4cc4d5e187103fc2aac6afb6c41eb49851127b6d76a51227
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 42442 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 42941 511e72c92803545f6d02352d3548c8e6e86b8d301853d8d7cbc4dfcbd613cc65
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 43942 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 44441 14146ac52e6ecc3e38affc7614611e163cf87144e86feb59756546e3d3e15e23
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 41442 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 41941 7b29260a3acc9c4f56963c39051f4681cb7fbae6b506c0d8390d5981576c73d5
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 40942 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 41441 a631d628fb2a369c4aada89a8ba54505f1855891553676f73d496cf3de1cdaff
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 43442 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 43941 ddf6a90be42e923bdf533f7ee32e5c9ebc17cd6ea706b462bd61d65cf6792580
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 41942 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 42441 a3ea38399677f2a8f4a2e166e6a9708478d2e0dcf9f1648c820b3c9eac6da1fe
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 42442 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 42941 511e72c92803545f6d02352d3548c8e6e86b8d301853d8d7cbc4dfcbd613cc65
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 40442 to 258918baedfc92c62494f3832c3c8a27049634f61b06d27bfd10f1eb0c25b1ae limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 40941 576dfee71ef9ef5f80a9810c503a0f9d7aff27a680e88631c17bec76ae6401bb
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 42942 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 43441 2bcc859b678cfbdb4cc4d5e187103fc2aac6afb6c41eb49851127b6d76a51227
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 43942 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 44441 14146ac52e6ecc3e38affc7614611e163cf87144e86feb59756546e3d3e15e23
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 40942 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 41441 a631d628fb2a369c4aada89a8ba54505f1855891553676f73d496cf3de1cdaff
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 42942 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 43441 2bcc859b678cfbdb4cc4d5e187103fc2aac6afb6c41eb49851127b6d76a51227
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 41442 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 41941 7b29260a3acc9c4f56963c39051f4681cb7fbae6b506c0d8390d5981576c73d5
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 42442 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 42941 511e72c92803545f6d02352d3548c8e6e86b8d301853d8d7cbc4dfcbd613cc65
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 40442 to 258918baedfc92c62494f3832c3c8a27049634f61b06d27bfd10f1eb0c25b1ae limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 40941 576dfee71ef9ef5f80a9810c503a0f9d7aff27a680e88631c17bec76ae6401bb
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 41942 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 42441 a3ea38399677f2a8f4a2e166e6a9708478d2e0dcf9f1648c820b3c9eac6da1fe
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 40942 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 41441 a631d628fb2a369c4aada89a8ba54505f1855891553676f73d496cf3de1cdaff
2016-03-23 15:06:30 getblocks 42442 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
2016-03-23 15:06:30   getblocks stopping at limit 42941 511e72c92803545f6d02352d3548c8e6e86b8d301853d8d7cbc4dfcbd613cc65

I am killing this node if this does not get fixed.

Unfortunately, that was the results of the last forking that happened.  You should be able to stop your catcoind, and restart it.  While it is stopped, you can delete your debug.log to free up your hdd space.  You may also want to delete your peers.dat file too, because it is still hooking on to the old forks, and your peer.dat file has old non-updated nodes listed.

Thanks for the tip. Deleted the peers.dat, for now the debug log is giving normal output. But the last time I just restarted the daemon, and it was ok in the beginning, but after a day or two it started spamming again...

Wouldnt it be a good idea to make the nodes disconnect from the outdated ones?


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: krile on March 26, 2016, 06:46:48 AM
Like I suspected, deleting the peers.dat did not fix this problem.

This thing is also eating my upload bandwidth, around 1MB/s...

Any other suggestions?


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: Thepuj on March 27, 2016, 10:42:18 AM
I got the two IP from the initial posting in this thread in my catcoin.conf. I don't get the entries you get, just something like:

2016-03-27 10:38:14 trying connection 96.125.240.228:9933 lastseen=6550.5hrs
2016-03-27 10:38:19 connection timeout

which I assume is ok. With just 7 connections it is probably trying to find more.

But I am now mining at least 6 times the expected time to find a block hash without any result. It is probably more likely that here is something wrong than it is just bad luck.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: Thepuj on March 27, 2016, 10:45:55 AM
I think these are all IPs I have ever seen:

"addr" : "108.61.10.90:9933"
"addr" : "109.182.144.114:9933"
"addr" : "146.0.32.101:9933"
"addr" : "167.160.36.82:9933"
"addr" : "173.254.235.58:9933"
"addr" : "69.118.78.156:9933"
"addr" : "98.115.147.74:9933"



Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: krile on March 27, 2016, 08:20:05 PM
I have 20 connections.

This one is causing the problem I think, the only one on an older version and you can see that the bytes sent/recieved are extremely hihg:

Code:
                                             
        "addr" : "192.99.13.67:50394",            
        "services" : "00000003",                  
        "lastsend" : 1459109854,                  
        "lastrecv" : 1459109855,                  
        "bytessent" : 183272754934,                
        "bytesrecv" : 9404197537,                  
        "blocksrequested" : 2,                    
        "conntime" : 1458895868,                  
        "version" : 70002,                        
        "subver" : "/Satoshi:0.9.1.1/",            
        "inbound" : true,                          
        "startingheight" : 48642,                  
        "banscore" : 0                            
  

There is no command to disconnect this node.

Is there an option in the .conf file to ban a node. Like opposite to "addnode=" ?


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: Blaksmith on March 29, 2016, 05:07:33 PM
I have 20 connections.

This one is causing the problem I think, the only one on an older version and you can see that the bytes sent/recieved are extremely hihg:

Code:
                                             
        "addr" : "192.99.13.67:50394",            
        "services" : "00000003",                  
        "lastsend" : 1459109854,                  
        "lastrecv" : 1459109855,                  
        "bytessent" : 183272754934,                
        "bytesrecv" : 9404197537,                  
        "blocksrequested" : 2,                    
        "conntime" : 1458895868,                  
        "version" : 70002,                        
        "subver" : "/Satoshi:0.9.1.1/",            
        "inbound" : true,                          
        "startingheight" : 48642,                  
        "banscore" : 0                            
  

There is no command to disconnect this node.

Is there an option in the .conf file to ban a node. Like opposite to "addnode=" ?

What I have had to do in the past, since there is no direct ban that can be done in the config file, is manually block all in and out traffic of that specific IP address.

The node should auto ban for sending crap data, but since it is not actually sending bad data, but just asking over and over and over for data, it doesn't trigger the ban for that IP.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: Thepuj on March 29, 2016, 08:39:09 PM
I got with 250kHps in about 20 days nil, nothing, nichts, nada. So I finally stopped my catcoin mining.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: krile on March 30, 2016, 06:44:35 AM
I have 20 connections.

This one is causing the problem I think, the only one on an older version and you can see that the bytes sent/recieved are extremely hihg:

Code:
                                             
        "addr" : "192.99.13.67:50394",            
        "services" : "00000003",                  
        "lastsend" : 1459109854,                  
        "lastrecv" : 1459109855,                  
        "bytessent" : 183272754934,                
        "bytesrecv" : 9404197537,                  
        "blocksrequested" : 2,                    
        "conntime" : 1458895868,                  
        "version" : 70002,                        
        "subver" : "/Satoshi:0.9.1.1/",            
        "inbound" : true,                          
        "startingheight" : 48642,                  
        "banscore" : 0                            
  

There is no command to disconnect this node.

Is there an option in the .conf file to ban a node. Like opposite to "addnode=" ?

What I have had to do in the past, since there is no direct ban that can be done in the config file, is manually block all in and out traffic of that specific IP address.

The node should auto ban for sending crap data, but since it is not actually sending bad data, but just asking over and over and over for data, it doesn't trigger the ban for that IP.

I shut down the node for now. I was never mining, just supporting the network... Hope the developers release a patch for this.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on April 10, 2016, 05:50:49 AM
I got with 250kHps in about 20 days nil, nothing, nichts, nada. So I finally stopped my catcoin mining.
Feel free to join one of the pools - solo mining with 250k hash pretty much died years ago.  In the mean time, post a CAT address.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: krile on May 10, 2016, 06:16:03 PM
Any thoughts on making the cat PoS also?

I have two cats at home, I just hate seeing this coin slowly die... :D

Any updates planed? My node is still off due to the log spamming...


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: vampirus on May 10, 2016, 08:39:34 PM
Many CATs stuck on Cryptsy, until they return or sell CAT, I do not believe something happens.
I lost 77K myself.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on May 16, 2016, 10:53:16 PM
Any thoughts on making the cat PoS also?

I have two cats at home, I just hate seeing this coin slowly die... :D

Any updates planed? My node is still off due to the log spamming...
From the beginning, krile, this was intended to be a POW coin only.  We've (dev and community) looked at changing coin parameters at each major fork in the road and the answer each time has remained the same:  POW and 10 minute blocks.  It appears we're the last 'bitcoin in scrypt' original coin still standing.  And as the community and devs identified problems with things like KGW et al, we were able to side-step the problems other coins walked into.  Note that we are not one of the coins still struggling with profit-switch miners - that's no longer a problem for CAT.

CAT's very much alive and will remain so - just because there aren't a lot of posts here doesn't mean much - we're still on IRC 24/7, still have testnet and updates in the pipeline, and are still working on exchanges and opportunities to use CAT in the real world.  BitFUDtalk really isn't the center of the universe. ;)

I'm still interested in your 'log spamming' - I run a seed node and have my personal wallets.  I'm only seeing normal P2P network traffic - no spamming.  Will you please paste a segment and PM me or pastebin it and link?  Thanks in advance!


It appears that Cryptsy's dead and gone.  http://www.coindesk.com/cryptsy-assets-frozen-as-florida-court-appoints-receiver/ (http://www.coindesk.com/cryptsy-assets-frozen-as-florida-court-appoints-receiver/)

I had CAT there as well and was trading.  At this point the best thing I can say about that mess is that I'm using it as a reminder of why the best place to keep coin is in my personal wallet.  I won't 'invest' more than I am willing to lose, I don't send coins to exchanges unless I'm going to exchange them and withdraw.  I don't keep coins on pools, I don't use on-line wallets, I don't keep coins even at Coinbase.  The wallet is our friend here...the wallet on my computer.  That's the only one I can absolutely trust.

And finally, CATs - for the members of this dev team, this project has never been a 'pump and dump' project, or a 'ponzi scheme', or any of the other scams that we've all seen for years.  That's one thing that has been different about CAT from the start.  We have been working to build a reliable coin - a coin that "just works" like it's supposed to in today's environment.  Coins have come and gone, many exchanges have come and gone, but CAT is still here and still working.  That's a good thing!


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin:2GIVE Exchange Offer 1:1
Post by: SlimePuppy on May 17, 2016, 01:28:12 AM
CATs - one of the things we hoped to do with CAT was to support animal-related charities.  The only way to make that happen today is to sell CAT for FIAT and donate.  One project we've been watching is LittleDuke's DoABitOfGood.  We've been in touch with him for quite some time and we like the work he's doing and more importantly, we like WHY he's doing the work.  That said:

The 2GiveCoin has extended an offer to the CAT community to exchange some CAT for a stake in the 2GiveCoin POS/POW charity infrastructure.  As this is an early project that may fail (though I sincerely hope it succeeds!), I can't recommend swapping any more CAT than one would be OK losing.  For more on this project, hit their project link.

Quote from: TheLittleDuke
I'd like to cordially invite you all to consider a "reverse-merger" into 2GIVE the new POS/POW Givecoin 2.0 crypto that is easy to mine in the wallet to compete for the 1% TXFEE block rewards!
<snip>
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=741714.0
<snip>
If you're interested, download the 2GIVE wallet and PM me your Give* address and I will create a Catcoin addr for you to send coins to -- once confirmed I'll send the same number of 2GIVE back to you.  It's just that simple!

As a way to encourage participation, I will donate ten 1000CAT amounts to CATs that want to swap for 1000 2GIVE.  Hit LittleDuke's site, create a wallet, and post an address here.  I'll send 1000 CAT to LittleDuke for each person that requests it, and we'll look forward to posts from fellow CATS when their 2Give arrives.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on May 25, 2016, 09:21:08 PM
Coindevs - this isn't your coin announce thread. Please honor rule 22.  I can delete posts but cannot edit them.


CATS - we're planning a wallet maintenance release to update a few things behind the scenes (update openssl and checkpoints; streamline some code) and are wondering about the graphics/icon/branding.

Some people really like the orange cat.  Some really like the grey cat.  What if we release two wallets that are identical except for the graphics?  Do we want either/or?  Do we want both?  Does it matter?

Thoughts?


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: psionin on May 28, 2016, 01:44:49 PM

Some people really like the orange cat.  Some really like the grey cat.  What if we release two wallets that are identical except for the graphics?  Do we want either/or?  Do we want both?  Does it matter?

Thoughts?


I like the original grey cat.

Is this the only block explorer? https://prohashing.com/explorer/Catcoin/ (https://prohashing.com/explorer/Catcoin/)

Any chance of updating the links on the main site? Adding CAT to http://coinmarketcap.com/ (http://coinmarketcap.com/) again?


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on May 28, 2016, 09:39:33 PM

Some people really like the orange cat.  Some really like the grey cat.  What if we release two wallets that are identical except for the graphics?  Do we want either/or?  Do we want both?  Does it matter?

Thoughts?


I like the original grey cat.

Is this the only block explorer? https://prohashing.com/explorer/Catcoin/ (https://prohashing.com/explorer/Catcoin/)

Any chance of updating the links on the main site? Adding CAT to http://coinmarketcap.com/ (http://coinmarketcap.com/) again?
Prohashing maintains one explorer, but the main one is linked in the OP:  http://catcoinwallets.com:2750/chain/Catcoin (http://catcoinwallets.com:2750/chain/Catcoin)

Thanks for the logo vote.  I'll submit the form at Coin Marketcap and check the links.  Time to remove Cryptsy if nothing else.

Thanks!


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: psionin on May 29, 2016, 06:19:23 AM

Prohashing maintains one explorer, but the main one is linked in the OP:  http://catcoinwallets.com:2750/chain/Catcoin (http://catcoinwallets.com:2750/chain/Catcoin)



ESET blocks this site on one of my computers, and on another it didn't connect.

Quote
Details:
Web page:   http://catcoinwallets.com:2750/chain/Catcoin
Comment:   Access to the web page was blocked by ESET Endpoint Antivirus. The web page is on the list of websites with potentially dangerous content.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on May 29, 2016, 08:28:34 PM

Prohashing maintains one explorer, but the main one is linked in the OP:  http://catcoinwallets.com:2750/chain/Catcoin (http://catcoinwallets.com:2750/chain/Catcoin)



ESET blocks this site on one of my computers, and on another it didn't connect.

Quote
Details:
Web page:   http://catcoinwallets.com:2750/chain/Catcoin
Comment:   Access to the web page was blocked by ESET Endpoint Antivirus. The web page is on the list of websites with potentially dangerous content.
This has come up before here.  It's a false report from ESET based on the IP range of the data center.  It's been reported to ESET multiple times.  I maintain the catcoinwallets site - it's completely firewalled, only runs the explorer and serves wallet files, and is regularly rebuilt from a fresh wipe.

The catcoinwallets server is routinely restarted - you may have tried to hit it mid-reboot.  Give it another try.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on June 04, 2016, 09:34:38 PM
The server currently hosting the catcoinwallets site and catchain explorer will be moving to a new machine some time in the next 48 hours.  Downtime could be from 'zero' if the transfer works correctly to up to six hours.

I'll update this if/when I get word that our server is next in line and when the transition is complete.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on June 04, 2016, 09:36:22 PM

Prohashing maintains one explorer, but the main one is linked in the OP:  http://catcoinwallets.com:2750/chain/Catcoin (http://catcoinwallets.com:2750/chain/Catcoin)



ESET blocks this site on one of my computers, and on another it didn't connect.

Quote
Details:
Web page:   http://catcoinwallets.com:2750/chain/Catcoin
Comment:   Access to the web page was blocked by ESET Endpoint Antivirus. The web page is on the list of websites with potentially dangerous content.
I sent another false positive report to ESET - are you able to access the block explorer?


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: psionin on June 05, 2016, 09:39:43 AM

I sent another false positive report to ESET - are you able to access the block explorer?



Still getting the error:

Quote
Access denied
Details:
Web page:   http://catcoinwallets.com
Comment:   Access to the web page was blocked by ESET Endpoint Antivirus. The web page is on the list of websites with potentially dangerous content.


Another option is to change the domain. What about catcoin.cc, for example?


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on June 12, 2016, 03:59:25 AM

I sent another false positive report to ESET - are you able to access the block explorer?



Still getting the error:

Quote
Access denied
Details:
Web page:   http://catcoinwallets.com
Comment:   Access to the web page was blocked by ESET Endpoint Antivirus. The web page is on the list of websites with potentially dangerous content.


Another option is to change the domain. What about catcoin.cc, for example?
I've sent ESET three false positive reports in the past 18 months.  They're welcome to stand alone if they want, and you're welcome to continue to use them as well.  It wouldn't do any good to change the domain name as ESET is going off the IP range of a hosting company.  Our infrastructure is clean and we have it firewalled to only allow CAT blocks in and out, and wallet binaries and the static pages to be pushed out.  Personally, I'd give ESET the boot.  I've personally found Kaspersky to be responsive and ESET to not be.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on June 12, 2016, 04:02:45 AM
The server currently hosting the catcoinwallets site and catchain explorer will be moving to a new machine some time in the next 48 hours.  Downtime could be from 'zero' if the transfer works correctly to up to six hours.

I'll update this if/when I get word that our server is next in line and when the transition is complete.
The hosting company finished the server upgrades and migration earlier today (11 Jun) and the site's running well.  


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: psionin on June 12, 2016, 07:39:12 AM
Which Github repo is the one currently being used? I set up a node from one of the repos returned in search results, but it wasn't syncing all the way.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on June 18, 2016, 12:08:40 AM
Which Github repo is the one currently being used? I set up a node from one of the repos returned in search results, but it wasn't syncing all the way.
The Github repo is linked in the OP and on all of the community pages:  https://github.com/CatcoinOfficial/CatcoinRelease (https://github.com/CatcoinOfficial/CatcoinRelease)

We also have binaries for Windows and Mac at: http://catcoinwallets.com/ (http://catcoinwallets.com/)


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: krile on June 23, 2016, 09:12:12 AM
Any thoughts on making the cat PoS also?

I have two cats at home, I just hate seeing this coin slowly die... :D

Any updates planed? My node is still off due to the log spamming...
From the beginning, krile, this was intended to be a POW coin only.  We've (dev and community) looked at changing coin parameters at each major fork in the road and the answer each time has remained the same:  POW and 10 minute blocks.  It appears we're the last 'bitcoin in scrypt' original coin still standing.  And as the community and devs identified problems with things like KGW et al, we were able to side-step the problems other coins walked into.  Note that we are not one of the coins still struggling with profit-switch miners - that's no longer a problem for CAT.

CAT's very much alive and will remain so - just because there aren't a lot of posts here doesn't mean much - we're still on IRC 24/7, still have testnet and updates in the pipeline, and are still working on exchanges and opportunities to use CAT in the real world.  BitFUDtalk really isn't the center of the universe. ;)

I'm still interested in your 'log spamming' - I run a seed node and have my personal wallets.  I'm only seeing normal P2P network traffic - no spamming.  Will you please paste a segment and PM me or pastebin it and link?  Thanks in advance!


It appears that Cryptsy's dead and gone.  http://www.coindesk.com/cryptsy-assets-frozen-as-florida-court-appoints-receiver/ (http://www.coindesk.com/cryptsy-assets-frozen-as-florida-court-appoints-receiver/)

I had CAT there as well and was trading.  At this point the best thing I can say about that mess is that I'm using it as a reminder of why the best place to keep coin is in my personal wallet.  I won't 'invest' more than I am willing to lose, I don't send coins to exchanges unless I'm going to exchange them and withdraw.  I don't keep coins on pools, I don't use on-line wallets, I don't keep coins even at Coinbase.  The wallet is our friend here...the wallet on my computer.  That's the only one I can absolutely trust.

And finally, CATs - for the members of this dev team, this project has never been a 'pump and dump' project, or a 'ponzi scheme', or any of the other scams that we've all seen for years.  That's one thing that has been different about CAT from the start.  We have been working to build a reliable coin - a coin that "just works" like it's supposed to in today's environment.  Coins have come and gone, many exchanges have come and gone, but CAT is still here and still working.  That's a good thing!

Hi, sorry for the late reply :)

I will start my node again and observe the results. This could be fixed quite simply by releasing a new client build that disconnects from nodes that are running a lower than specified version.

The impression was that it was dead in the water, I did not know about the irc activity, maybe you should put that on the website so people can join more easily. A community that is half in secret is not the best community - especially for a charity coin...


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on June 28, 2016, 01:01:28 PM
Any thoughts on making the cat PoS also?

I have two cats at home, I just hate seeing this coin slowly die... :D

Any updates planed? My node is still off due to the log spamming...
From the beginning, krile, this was intended to be a POW coin only.  We've (dev and community) looked at changing coin parameters at each major fork in the road and the answer each time has remained the same:  POW and 10 minute blocks.  It appears we're the last 'bitcoin in scrypt' original coin still standing.  And as the community and devs identified problems with things like KGW et al, we were able to side-step the problems other coins walked into.  Note that we are not one of the coins still struggling with profit-switch miners - that's no longer a problem for CAT.

CAT's very much alive and will remain so - just because there aren't a lot of posts here doesn't mean much - we're still on IRC 24/7, still have testnet and updates in the pipeline, and are still working on exchanges and opportunities to use CAT in the real world.  BitFUDtalk really isn't the center of the universe. ;)

I'm still interested in your 'log spamming' - I run a seed node and have my personal wallets.  I'm only seeing normal P2P network traffic - no spamming.  Will you please paste a segment and PM me or pastebin it and link?  Thanks in advance!


It appears that Cryptsy's dead and gone.  http://www.coindesk.com/cryptsy-assets-frozen-as-florida-court-appoints-receiver/ (http://www.coindesk.com/cryptsy-assets-frozen-as-florida-court-appoints-receiver/)

I had CAT there as well and was trading.  At this point the best thing I can say about that mess is that I'm using it as a reminder of why the best place to keep coin is in my personal wallet.  I won't 'invest' more than I am willing to lose, I don't send coins to exchanges unless I'm going to exchange them and withdraw.  I don't keep coins on pools, I don't use on-line wallets, I don't keep coins even at Coinbase.  The wallet is our friend here...the wallet on my computer.  That's the only one I can absolutely trust.

And finally, CATs - for the members of this dev team, this project has never been a 'pump and dump' project, or a 'ponzi scheme', or any of the other scams that we've all seen for years.  That's one thing that has been different about CAT from the start.  We have been working to build a reliable coin - a coin that "just works" like it's supposed to in today's environment.  Coins have come and gone, many exchanges have come and gone, but CAT is still here and still working.  That's a good thing!

Hi, sorry for the late reply :)

I will start my node again and observe the results. This could be fixed quite simply by releasing a new client build that disconnects from nodes that are running a lower than specified version.

The impression was that it was dead in the water, I did not know about the irc activity, maybe you should put that on the website so people can join more easily. A community that is half in secret is not the best community - especially for a charity coin...
Nothing is or has ever been in secret.  We're on IRC 24/7 and the info's in the OP here, spread throughout the posts, and on Reddit.  It was listed on the .org site at one time, but isn't there now - thanks, we'll get that fixed.

The next wallet release candidate on testnet has a number of updates - one of which is the ability to disconnect deprecated versions.  We couldn't implement such a disconnect in the current wallet because we've only had one wallet release since the major fork - we needed all the old nodes on the network to get us to the fork.

Thanks


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: psionin on July 03, 2016, 06:36:23 PM
Another CatCoin block explorer up at http://cat.smartchain.cc/ (http://cat.smartchain.cc/). Rich list included.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 05, 2016, 04:47:18 PM
Another CatCoin block explorer up at http://cat.smartchain.cc/ (http://cat.smartchain.cc/). Rich list included.
This appears to be your server/service?

If "one is none" and "two is one", it's nice to have 2 (er 3 ;) ) explorers on the network.   :D

Thanks psionin.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: psionin on July 06, 2016, 10:17:54 AM
Another CatCoin block explorer up at http://cat.smartchain.cc/ (http://cat.smartchain.cc/). Rich list included.
This appears to be your server/service?

If "one is none" and "two is one", it's nice to have 2 (er 3 ;) ) explorers on the network.   :D

Thanks psionin.


Yeah, there is space on the server to run more than one block explorer, so I thought I'd add a few others. I like cats and have CatCoin, so this is one of them.

I think it's ridiculous what goes on in the alt market most of the time, chasing after new ICO P&Ds and overvalued overhyped coins, much better to get a few alts that have been around for a long time and still have some signs of life.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: crypto-trade.net on September 03, 2016, 07:14:59 AM
We added your cryptocurrency.
With respect, the development team of Crypto-trade.
Crypto-Trade Official Announcement https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1604225.0 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1604225.0)


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: BITDV on September 04, 2016, 12:32:12 AM
https://ip.bitcointalk.org/?u=http%3A%2F%2Fi.imgur.com%2FVy2iCD9.png&t=568&c=LfdxzYZlFPKHIw

CatCoin has been list on the voting list at AltEx

https://altex.ws/Home/Voting


Each 0.0005 BTC Sent to a Vote Address will add one Vote.
Ammounts of Less than 0.0005 BTC will not be counted as a vote
Automatic Listing will occure after 500 votes (or Zero Point Two Five Zero Bitcoin), All coins that make it onto the exchange by way of voting will have there market secured for at least 90 days.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: Blaksmith on September 08, 2016, 06:01:42 AM
We added your cryptocurrency.
With respect, the development team of Crypto-trade.
Crypto-Trade Official Announcement https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1604225.0 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1604225.0)

Thank you.  Best wishes for your new exchange. :)


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on December 30, 2016, 12:34:34 AM
Another birthday for CAT!

All of the infrastructure is paid for another year as are the domain names.  Except one...catcoins.org.  We'll track down the community member that has that domain and get the site back up...likely in the next week.


Here's to another good year, Cats!


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on January 22, 2017, 11:52:24 PM
Well, it took longer than a week, but catcoins.org is back up.  Thanks Mack25!


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: amarian12 on February 06, 2017, 09:33:19 AM
https://e-pool.net/img/logos.png (http://e-pool.net)


we update the dns and ports, please start using:

stratum+tcp://p2pool.e-pool.net:5751   -  stats: http://p2pool.e-pool.net:5751/static/

Enjoy e-pool mining!




Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on April 27, 2017, 03:10:10 PM
Just a couple of notes on block explorers and charts.

It appears all of the explorers at Prohashing are down, including CAT.

The explorer we run (http://catcoinwallets.com:2750/chain/Catcoin) and the Smartchain explorer (http://cat.smartchain.cc/) appear to be running fine.

Blak had some server problems yesterday and I believe that is why the chart at http://catcoinwallets.com/ is malfunctioning.

Other than that, CAT's running fine.

ETA...everything was back the next morning.  Sorry for the delay in the update.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: JuliusNL on May 17, 2017, 11:58:19 AM
I just looked at catcoin for the first time, never found it anywhere before.

The chain runs well, coin is tradeble.

Are there plans for further developement ?


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: amarian12 on May 17, 2017, 05:03:51 PM
https://e-pool.net/img/logos.png (http://www.e-pool.net/)

P2Pool node:   http://p2pool.e-pool.net:5751/static/   point yourminer at stratum+tcp://p2pool.e-pool.net:5751 using as username YourWalletAddress and any password you like

Fee: 0.25%

https://e-pool.net/img/nlexch.png (http://www.nlexch.com)

you also can trade coins at our exchange:

CAT/BTC        http://www.nlexch.com/markets/catbtc (http://www.nlexch.com/markets/catbtc)
CAT/LTC         http://www.nlexch.com/markets/catltc (http://www.nlexch.com/markets/catltc)
CAT/DOGE      http://www.nlexch.com/markets/catdoge (http://www.nlexch.com/markets/catdoge)
CAT/NLG        http://www.nlexch.com/markets/catnlg (http://www.nlexch.com/markets/catnlg)
CAT/EMC       http://www.nlexch.com/markets/catemc (http://www.nlexch.com/markets/catemc)



Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on June 13, 2017, 10:22:47 PM
I just looked at catcoin for the first time, never found it anywhere before.

The chain runs well, coin is tradeble.

Are there plans for further developement ?
What would you like to see in a coin, Julius?

Our primary work has been to build a coin that "just works" in this modern environment, and I think we're pretty close.  What we don't have are folks to spread the word about CAT, or to offer up suggestions about what they want to see.  One of the community recently submitted code to add multisig to the GUI (it's always been in the console, but not the GUI).  We've done a couple of charity donations to animal shelters.  We've built a solid coin and look forward to input from the community about what's next - thanks for checking in!


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: JuliusNL on June 14, 2017, 09:44:32 AM
The website has a link to crypsy that does not work.

If there is a place where i could buy some coins, i would love to buy them. ( if there is no exchange yet , maybe coinexchange is a good option)


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: konamist on June 14, 2017, 12:49:51 PM
It's amazing to see Catcoin is still alive. I once mined some Catcoin in 2015.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: FlipPro on June 15, 2017, 02:54:29 AM
Glad to see CatCoin back alive again and past all it's B.S drama phase. With a now united team, and what appears to be clear vision, this seems to be one of the under valued coins in the ecosystem!


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on June 16, 2017, 05:05:29 PM
The website has a link to crypsy that does not work.

If there is a place where i could buy some coins, i would love to buy them. ( if there is no exchange yet , maybe coinexchange is a good option)
Crud - you're right.  I'll fix the catcoins.org page and the OP.  Thanks!

https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Exchange?market=CAT_BTC (https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Exchange?market=CAT_BTC)

Edit...   catcoins.org page and OP updated

JuliusNL - post a CAT address please.   8)


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: JuliusNL on June 17, 2017, 08:59:20 AM
my cat coin:  9nsXnFtZeXEhUxr2ZEanSNLShV6Mqp6RH4 , i love suprises  :)

Will catch some at cryptopia when i am there. Thanks.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on June 18, 2017, 05:30:14 PM
my cat coin:  9nsXnFtZeXEhUxr2ZEanSNLShV6Mqp6RH4 , i love suprises  :)

Will catch some at cryptopia when i am there. Thanks.
There's a 'thank you' inbound for reminding about he need for page updates.  Thanks very much!


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: JuliusNL on June 18, 2017, 06:17:21 PM

Thank you, i will spend the value on some fresh beef for the cats here. Catcoin for happy cats :)


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on June 21, 2017, 04:35:18 PM

Thank you, i will spend the value on some fresh beef for the cats here. Catcoin for happy cats :)
Happy cats are a good thing!


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on June 24, 2017, 10:26:53 PM
The ispace pool did a server upgrade yesterday.  The pools appear to be on-line, and I got a CAT payment about 12 hours ago.  Their front-end appears to be broken, though - I can't yet log-in to my account there, and their contact email address bounces.  I'll report back when it looks like they're fully back.


I'm paying a 500 CAT bounty for info on pools mining CAT that aren't on our list.  The only ones we know about are in the OP and the main catcoins.org page.  Someone's getting plenty of blocks, so we know there are other pools out there.  Post a new pool address and a CAT addy and get paid. :)  Thanks for helping us keep the pool info up to date.


Andy


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on June 25, 2017, 02:05:32 PM
It looks like the ispace pool is back to regular operation after the server migration.  I moved a miner back to the pool and the payout processed normally.

It does appear that their mining chart is reporting 2x the actual hash rate, at least for CAT.  That was the case prior to the migration as well, though.


We submitted updates at CoinMarketCap.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on June 27, 2017, 07:02:18 AM
We're updated at CoinMarketCap

http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/catcoin/ (http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/catcoin/)


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on June 28, 2017, 08:49:05 PM
Traders - we have a mission!  If we can get CAT into the 0-300 group on Coin Market Cap, we can work to get CAT into CoinPayments.  To do that it'll take some time, plenty of trading volume, and some excitement.  What do you think, CATs - is it worth doing?

And...we've already moved from about 645 to 595 - and we're up 31% today.   8)

Damn - 407 on CoinMarketCap  \o/


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on June 29, 2017, 05:38:07 AM
Something happening at the data center hosting catcoinwallets and our primary block explorer.  Tickets are open.  In the mean time, the OP and catcoins.org has links for the two other block explorers.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: esbrave789 on June 29, 2017, 05:56:27 AM
Although alive, but did not see much progress


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on June 29, 2017, 04:00:51 PM
Something happening at the data center hosting catcoinwallets and our primary block explorer.  Tickets are open.  In the mean time, the OP and catcoins.org has links for the two other block explorers.
Data center problem is fixed and the block explorer's back.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on June 29, 2017, 04:04:22 PM
Although alive, but did not see much progress

What does progress mean to you?


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on June 29, 2017, 05:47:18 PM
Traders - we have a mission!  If we can get CAT into the 0-300 group on Coin Market Cap, we can work to get CAT into CoinPayments.  To do that it'll take some time, plenty of trading volume, and some excitement.  What do you think, CATs - is it worth doing?

And...we've already moved from about 645 to 595 - and we're up 31% today.   8)

Damn - 407 on CoinMarketCap  \o/

OK CATs - it's time.  We know the coin works, we know the infrastructure's sound, and we know we have good mining pools and a good exchange.  What's next?

We need at least one more exchange.  In order to do that, we need trading volume.  Yes, there's at least one exchange with a 'pay to play' option, but without trading volume, they'll drop coins and our 'payment' will be lost.

To get into CoinPayments we need trading volume and excitement, as those will raise our market cap.  We need to double our current approximate $50K market cap to replace coin number 300 and qualify for CoinPayments.  Then we need to contribute to the CoinPayments 'vote' to get CAT in.

If we can make those things happen, that should give us the strength needed to bring more miners, more traders, and for us to celebrate the strong project we know we have under all that fur. ;)

Speak up, everyone - do we want to do this?  Is it the year of the cat?


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on June 30, 2017, 05:58:55 PM
Good Day CATs!  Yesterday was a pretty amazing day at Cryptopia!  We jumped up to a bit more than 2 US cents per CAT before a slow pull-back that's solidly above where CAT's been for years.  For a short time, we got into the top 300 currencies at CoinMarketCap!

It also appears that the 'activation' threshold for profit switch miners has increased with our value, and that our mining difficulty has stayed up.  As always, we can use more 24/7 miners.  My equipment's been on CAT 24/7 since just after she was born and I'm happy to say that CAT's profitable to mine now - and has more than paid for equipment and electricity to this point.

Talk to us, folks - who's mining?  Who's trading?  What do you want to see from CAT?

I look forward to seeing where we land after today's stair-stepping!



Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: vampirus on July 01, 2017, 02:13:13 AM
I am trading, my account on cryptopia - 493K


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 01, 2017, 03:17:09 AM
I am trading, my account on cryptopia - 493K
Thanks for checking in - good to see you.

That's three of us - who else?


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: JuliusNL on July 01, 2017, 06:40:11 PM
I am buying a few coins once in a while. And keep watching, cant do much more at the moment.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 01, 2017, 08:46:07 PM
I am buying a few coins once in a while. And keep watching, cant do much more at the moment.
I understand, Julius - thanks for being here!


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: Dexter28 on July 03, 2017, 03:42:23 PM
Is this coin being actively developed?


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 03, 2017, 06:01:26 PM
Is this coin being actively developed?
What's your definition of developed?   The coin's been running since Christmas, 2013, has had a number of updates and a couple of forks.  There's a new wallet being prepped for release, and we're working to add another exchange and at least one payment processor. 


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: Dexter28 on July 03, 2017, 06:43:02 PM
Is this coin being actively developed?
What's your definition of developed?   The coin's been running since Christmas, 2013, has had a number of updates and a couple of forks.  There's a new wallet being prepped for release, and we're working to add another exchange and at least one payment processor. 
Sounds good I think this is an interesting coin with great potential given a good dev team and marketing strategy. Am buying and will continue to do so


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 03, 2017, 08:19:36 PM
Is this coin being actively developed?
What's your definition of developed?   The coin's been running since Christmas, 2013, has had a number of updates and a couple of forks.  There's a new wallet being prepped for release, and we're working to add another exchange and at least one payment processor. 
Sounds good I think this is an interesting coin with great potential given a good dev team and marketing strategy. Am buying and will continue to do so
Thanks for your view, Dexter.  While we started as being pretty conventional in a small group of fairly conventional coins, the overall ecosystem of alt-coins has become more of a 'flash in the pan' sort of pump and dump exercise.  CAT has always been a long-term coin.  It's more like a Land Rover than a Ferrari - it's a four wheel drive all-terrain cat with part of an ear and a bit of fur missing, but that's ready for anything...so to speak.   :) 

So...welcome aboard!  Buy and hold, trade, and if you've got one laying around, feel free to attach a miner.  We're on Freenode IRC in #catcoin, ##catcoin, #catcoin-dev, and #geekhash 24/7 (but we do sleep from time to time) if you get a brainstorm.

Andy


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 04, 2017, 05:49:51 PM
New Miners!  Welcome!  As you come in, I'll keep turning my A2s down.  As it's summer in San Antonio, thanks for helping me to divert mining electricity to the air conditioner.   ;D

Just a reminder - there's a 500 CAT bounty for links to pools mining CAT that we don't have on the list (the OP of this thread or the list at catcoins.org).  Post a link and a CAT address!


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 07, 2017, 12:54:46 AM
Coinwarz...  They don't have us updated**, but they do have a manual profitability page:

https://www.coinwarz.com/calculators/catcoin-mining-calculator/ (https://www.coinwarz.com/calculators/catcoin-mining-calculator/)

If you enter the current difficulty, your miner hash rate and power demand, and the current price of BTC, you can get profitability data.

We're in 4th place right now, behind CNC, BELA, and CSC.

Way to go, CATs!

** We are working to get back into Coinwarz.  Their current requirement is to have at least 1BTC trade volume in a recent 24 hour period.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 07, 2017, 07:46:22 PM
CAT is back on Coinwarz and right this second we're number 11.    :D

https://www.coinwarz.com/calculators/catcoin-mining-calculator/ (https://www.coinwarz.com/calculators/catcoin-mining-calculator/)

https://www.coinwarz.com/cryptocurrency/ (https://www.coinwarz.com/cryptocurrency/)


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: Spekske on July 08, 2017, 02:49:53 PM
http://coincave.nl miningpool just added CAT, feel free to give it a try  ;D


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 10, 2017, 02:44:43 AM
FYI CATs - the price data for CAT on Coinwarz is not correct, so our ranking and profitability isn't correct.  We're showing too low.  We're requested a fix and will report back when the Coinwarz data is good.

In the meantime, we can still calculate profitability manually at:  https://www.coinwarz.com/calculators/catcoin-mining-calculator/ (https://www.coinwarz.com/calculators/catcoin-mining-calculator/)

Our next diff is 213 and we're still profitable to mine there.  \o/

Edit... 0350 UTC

   CoinWarz updated our price link - that was fast!  

Oh yeah - we just had a >1BTC trading day.  Way to go traders!





Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 10, 2017, 03:58:05 PM
Coinwarz reports that they use a weighted average price, not a simple pull from the exchange.  The manual calculator allows regular calculations.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 12, 2017, 02:24:53 AM
CATs!  Look what you've done!


http://www.catcoinwallets.com/images/posts/cat_11Jul17.jpg


Congratulations!

Once we're solidly into the 300s of market cap, we'll apply for inclusion into coinpayments.  In the meantime, keep mining, keep trading, and keep spreading the word about CAT!

Now that we have more miners around, I've moved one of mine to a pool that mines scrypt coins and pays in CAT.  Another way to build momentum.   8)


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 22, 2017, 08:40:49 AM
Scattered thoughts for a Caturday update...

-  We're working on a wallet update.

--  Blak's got a wallet with jaboja's multisig code on testnet tonight.
--  I'll be finishing up some tweaks in the compiling process and prerequisites.
--  Next up will be some diff adjust tweaks to hopefully eliminate our tendency to bounce.

-  Our mining profitability has been positive for all but the most severe high-diff blocks.  One thing we know is that more 24/7 miners keeps the difficulty more stable and prevents the high difficulty times.  It's been really good to see more miners - thanks, Miners!

- We understand that some of the community prefer the original grey kitten logo, while others like the orange cat.  For the next wallet release, we're thinking about preparing two - one grey, one orange, and letting users vote with their wallets.  What do you think - is this a good way to vote?  Should we have a vote?  Do we need a vote?

- Trading...   :o

--  While our trade volume is still relatively low, it's up significantly from where we've been for the past couple of years - thanks traders!

--  The trade price and our market cap are continuing up - and it's a beautiful sight!  As I type this, our market cap is $215,075 and our price is 0.00001330 BTC/CAT (USD 0.037082/CAT).  We hit a high of 0.00001480 BTC today!  We haven't seen numbers like that since the very early post-launch days in early 2014.   8)

So much good, CATs!




  


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 23, 2017, 09:30:01 AM
The iSpace scrypt pools may be down.  My miner keeps failing to other pools.  I'll report back when it's working again.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: Barbosa56 on July 24, 2017, 02:48:28 PM
Looks like an interesting coin ... I'm thinking of buying some.

Where can I find the Roadmap?

Why has Github 2 years without update?

Catcoin, is it only listed in Cryptopia?


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 24, 2017, 04:26:30 PM
Looks like an interesting coin ... I'm thinking of buying some.

Where can I find the Roadmap?
Look up two posts for the near-term queue.  Up a page or so is the mid-term plan - more exchanges, getting into Coinpayments, etc.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1118569.msg19845529#msg19845529 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1118569.msg19845529#msg19845529)
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1118569.msg20298852#msg20298852 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1118569.msg20298852#msg20298852)

Why has Github 2 years without update?
The release Git is only updated prior to a release, and we haven't needed any updates for about two years.  As noted a couple of posts up in the thread, we have various code updates on testnet and are preparing a 'maintenance' release.  We've been around since just before Christmas, 2013 and the coin "just works" - which is a good thing.

Catcoin, is it only listed in Cryptopia?
Only Cryptopia right now.  We were on Cryptsy since launch and they no longer exist.  The folks at Cryptopia have been responsive and the exchange has worked well, so we're happy with that relationship so far.

If you have suggestions for features you'd like to see or any other thoughts, please share them, either here or on Freenode IRC at #catcoin-dev (we're connected to IRC 24/7).

Welcome to the CAT family!


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 24, 2017, 04:53:45 PM
The iSpace scrypt pools may be down.  My miner keeps failing to other pools.  I'll report back when it's working again.
It looks like iSpace is alive again - the front end is updating and my miner's working normally.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 25, 2017, 03:53:09 AM
So...we crossed over $200,000 in market cap today, CATs.  We haven't been there since the initial launch bubble.  \o/


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on July 28, 2017, 09:53:30 PM
Just a heads up, CATs.  We need more miners running 24/7.  More network hash means we don't have deep dips.  Shallower dips means less impact from profit switchers.  That means lower bounces.  And that means regular blocks.  About 100 MH/s spread around the CATiverse will be a good thing.

I've had to turn my A2s down a couple of MHz because we're having a heat wave and my garage is heating past 105F/40.5C.  I'll turn them back up at night.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 07, 2017, 01:02:52 PM
Good Morning CATs,

   We're looking for the community to speak up about mining.  Miners - are you mining CAT, and why?  Everyone - what's your preference - buy and hold, trade, mine, none of the above?

    We're working on the future of CAT and need to hear from everyone.  Thanks!


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: Blaksmith on August 09, 2017, 09:25:14 PM
Just an update, letting you know that we are still alive and purring!

We updated the wallet on github, and Slimepuppy has compiled a new windows wallet, and has updated the OP.  We are in the process of getting a Mac wallet compiled too.

Changes in version 0.9.3.0

Added Multi-Sig to the GUI wallet submitted by Jaboja
Added checkpoints up to 8-8-2017
Added the ssl DER code submitted by ZeroDrama
Fixed a bug in the block acceptance timestamps.  The old code was looking back 6 blocks instead of the last block to accept or reject by timestamp.  This fix will take effect 09-01-2017 00:00:00 UTC.
Updated copyright dates

Cryptopia has been notified of the new code, and they will be updating soon.  Slimepuppy is notifying other pools and explorers owners.

GeekHash has been fully upgraded with this code.



Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: wildbud on August 09, 2017, 10:24:44 PM
Just an update, letting you know that we are still alive and purring!

We updated the wallet on github, and Slimepuppy has compiled a new windows wallet, and has updated the OP.  We are in the process of getting a Mac wallet compiled too.

Changes in version 0.9.3.0

Added Multi-Sig to the GUI wallet submitted by Jaboja
Added checkpoints up to 8-8-2017
Added the ssl DER code submitted by ZeroDrama
Fixed a bug in the block acceptance timestamps.  The old code was looking back 6 blocks instead of the last block to accept or reject by timestamp.  This fix will take effect 09-01-2017 00:00:00 UTC.
Updated copyright dates

Cryptopia has been notified of the new code, and they will be updating soon.  Slimepuppy is notifying other pools and explorers owners.

GeekHash has been fully upgraded with this code.



Congratulation than you'r still've breath!


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 10, 2017, 05:37:46 AM
Congratulation than you'r still've breath!
Thanks!  We plan to be around for a very long time.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 11, 2017, 01:09:36 AM
Jaboja - if you see this, post a CAT address!  Your code is live in 9.3.0 and I want to send you a 'thank you'!



Fixed a bug in the block acceptance timestamps.  The old code was looking back 6 blocks instead of the last block to accept or reject by timestamp.  This fix will take effect 09-01-2017 00:00:00 UTC.

I want to take a minute or three and talk about this.  As I write this, we're looking for a block with a difficulty of 800.3756.  Considering that the difficulty adjust algo has a 1 block change, and the previous 7 blocks have ranged between 361 and 421, how does this happen?

As the old-time CATs already know, CAT was forked from Litecoin back in 2013.  Since becoming the devs a few emergency forks after that, we've updated our wallet a number of times, but most of the work has been devoted to finding a difficulty adjust process that keeps us as true as we can be to the community goal of "Bitcoin in scrypt" while also allowing us to surf the waves of profit-switch pools and scrypt ASIC miners.  With the release of 9.2.0 and enough 24/7 mining, the past two years have been pretty smooth.  Happily smooth!

Things have changed this year.  A new generation of scrypt ASIC miners with speeds in the 320-500 MH/s range are on the streets, there are more profit switch pools, and the Bitcoin stress of recent months have brought us new miners and new profitability.  We were happy that the diff adjust algo continued to work even in this new environment!

And then, as our profitability increased, we became targets of folks that wanted CAT, but didn't want to mine and didn't want to buy on exchanges.  As we have a fairly small 24/7 hash rate relative to our value, it was fairly easy for them to dust off the early Bitcoin exploit of simply building their own blocks and submitting them to the network.  They get 50 CAT and don't have to use a lot of electricity.

How many of you have noticed the recent rise in small transactions on the network?  How many have noticed that the Cat Listener went from pretty quiet to OMFG THE NOISE?  :o We saw strange blocks on the network.  We found most of them were paid to the same address.  It was pretty clear that someone was injecting blocks.  So Blak set up a coin transfer process, and we bounced coins back and forth between our wallets in order to more easily identify the blocks mined by legit miners - and to highlight the mischief.

The string of blocks between 116923 and 116942 are a perfect example of this:

http://www.catcoinwallets.com/images/cat_blocks_small2.jpg

Larger eye-friendly view:  http://www.catcoinwallets.com/images/cat_blocks.jpg (http://www.catcoinwallets.com/images/cat_blocks.jpg)

So...when one can build their own blocks, they can also set the timestamp in those blocks.  When one can set the timestamp, we can have two blocks with a real-world 3 hours of time between them, but a 38 second reported block time.  And when the wallet's block time testing isn't working as it should, blocks that are earlier than the most recent in the chain can be accepted as valid.  And...here's the important point to all of this:  The diff algo uses the encoded block time to adjust the difficulty - it uses the reported block times, not the real-world times.  That's why we can have widely spaced blocks - that should result in our difficulty rapidly decreasing - yet find our difficulty rising.  And while our algo is designed to rise rapidly when hash power increases, it really jumps when someone tosses in blocks with timestamps that go 'back in time.'

So...the block time testing is fixed.  Once we fork on Sep 1st, our friends at 9bU7p5PooXMhequCNWSJQCbaw8sgHp4Ekd are going to find many of their blocks rejected - and that's a good thing!

But CATs - that still leaves the basic POW blockchain weakness of a low hash rate.  And having sufficient 24/7 mining on the network is going to be more important as we increase in value.

What we have to figure out as a community is how to get more legit 24/7 mining.  Or - another option is to abandon our 'Bitcoin in scrypt' motto and change algo and/or method, and either stay with POW but change to a CPU/GPU only algo, or to leave POW behind and move to a hybrid and/or POS system.  We've been resisting the couple of requests we've had over the years to change to POS, but have put all options back on the table as we start work on CAT version 9.4.0.

Anyway..too many words.  Community - we can always use more miners.  Some of you have joined the network and we thank you!  Please give CAT's future some thought and bring your brainstorms back here, please.  Do we want to stay with POW no matter what?  Do we want to change algo to a CPU and/or GPU method that knocks out the irrational actors?  Or do we want to move to a hybrid and/or proof of stake system?

Keep on keepin' on, CATs.

Andy


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 11, 2017, 06:18:37 PM
Got word that the ispace pools are updated to V9.3.0.

Cryptopia has the code and are working their upgrade process as well.  We'll let you know when they're running 9.3.0.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: amarian12 on August 12, 2017, 09:39:59 AM
We upgrade both, our pool and our exchange to Catcoin - 0.9.3.0 :


http://p2pool.e-pool.net:5751/static/   - Fee 0.25%

Code:
yourminer --scrypt -o stratum+tcp://p2pool.e-pool.net:5751 -u YourWalletAddress -p password

and

https://www.nlexch.com/

Code:
Market            Direct Link

CAT/BTC        https://www.nlexch.com/markets/catbtc
CAT/BCH        https://www.nlexch.com/markets/catbch
CAT/LTC         https://www.nlexch.com/markets/catltc
CAT/DOGE      https://www.nlexch.com/markets/catdoge
CAT/NLG        https://www.nlexch.com/markets/catnlg
CAT/EMC       https://www.nlexch.com/markets/catemc


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 12, 2017, 06:47:36 PM
We upgrade both, our pool and our exchange to Catcoin - 0.9.3.0 :

Excellent - Thanks Amarian12!


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 15, 2017, 08:15:59 AM
Cryptopia's running 9.3.0


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 17, 2017, 06:59:23 AM
CoinWarz is upgraded to 9.3.0


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: vampirus on August 17, 2017, 06:04:14 PM

So...when one can build their own blocks, they can also set the timestamp in those blocks.  When one can set the timestamp, we can have two blocks with a real-world 3 hours of time between them, but a 38 second reported block time.  And when the wallet's block time testing isn't working as it should, blocks that are earlier than the most recent in the chain can be accepted as valid.  And...here's the important point to all of this:  The diff algo uses the encoded block time to adjust the difficulty - it uses the reported block times, not the real-world times.  That's why we can have widely spaced blocks - that should result in our difficulty rapidly decreasing - yet find our difficulty rising.  And while our algo is designed to rise rapidly when hash power increases, it really jumps when someone tosses in blocks with timestamps that go 'back in time.'

It is not evil intent, just plain drift in computer timer. But CAT can be easy forked for double spend if not go to PoW+PoS system.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.2.0 - NEW THREAD
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 17, 2017, 06:14:29 PM

So...when one can build their own blocks, they can also set the timestamp in those blocks.  When one can set the timestamp, we can have two blocks with a real-world 3 hours of time between them, but a 38 second reported block time.  And when the wallet's block time testing isn't working as it should, blocks that are earlier than the most recent in the chain can be accepted as valid.  And...here's the important point to all of this:  The diff algo uses the encoded block time to adjust the difficulty - it uses the reported block times, not the real-world times.  That's why we can have widely spaced blocks - that should result in our difficulty rapidly decreasing - yet find our difficulty rising.  And while our algo is designed to rise rapidly when hash power increases, it really jumps when someone tosses in blocks with timestamps that go 'back in time.'

It is not evil intent, just plain drift in computer timer. But CAT can be easy forked for double spend if not go to PoW+PoS system.
I hear you about computer time, but we've ruled that out in this case.  By flooding the network with small transactions, it's easy to spot the legit miners that are moving network transactions and the selfish miners that are making blocks to take the block fee.  That also made it easier to show that the guy making empty blocks is also the one submitting blocks with earlier timestamps.  As reported earlier, we found a flaw in the code that went back to the BTC/LTC codebase and we've fixed it.  Once the code activates on Sep 1st, we won't accept these blocks.

The ability to 51% and double spend is the same as any other POW coin.  We're watching for it but haven't seen attempts to double spend so far.  As we continue to grow, the chances of that decrease a great deal.

We're still looking at different systems.  We've ruled out pure-POS as it's even easier for an attacker to take over a POS system than a POW coin.  We'll see how things look after the new code activates and go from there.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: vampirus on August 17, 2017, 07:23:19 PM
For PoW coin attacker just rent hash on miningrigrentals, for PoS coin attacker must buy 50% of coins and wait 30-90 days, then attack his own coin (because he biggest investor) and can't stay anonymous.
CAT not attacked, because only on one exchange with low liquidity.
I can easy attack CAT, but I biggest investor (15%) and want to be protected from other attack. If you want I may say in privat how it works, but for attack need 2 exchange with high liquidity.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 18, 2017, 09:19:22 AM
For PoW coin attacker just rent hash on miningrigrentals, for PoS coin attacker must buy 50% of coins and wait 30-90 days, then attack his own coin (because he biggest investor) and can't stay anonymous.
CAT not attacked, because only on one exchange with low liquidity.
I can easy attack CAT, but I biggest investor (15%) and want to be protected from other attack. If you want I may say in privat how it works, but for attack need 2 exchange with high liquidity.
You're not the biggest investor of CAT if you have 15%, though that is a significant stake.

There are a number of different types of attacks one can do to to POS.  One of them only requires about 15% of the coinbase.  Another requires buying old addresses.  There are a couple of recent protocols but I've not yet seen them used in coins so don't know how well (or if) they work.  Here's one example:
https://arxiv.org/abs/1601.00275 (https://arxiv.org/abs/1601.00275)

All of the POW coins have been attacked, and even the current BTC codebase can't stop various types of timewarp-type attacks.  We are certain that what's been knocking us around the past 6 or so weeks isn't just a time error because we have a selfish miner (not an attack per se) that sometimes submits blocks in time sequence and sometimes doesn't, and that also sometimes submits blocks with errors.   We have plenty of experience with the effects of profit switching - I've been mining CAT since launch in 2013.

Anyway... the time warps should be a thing of the past on the 1st.  We can't stop selfish miners as long as they're submitting valid blocks, and we can't stop profit-switching (and frankly, don't want to).

We're pulling some code together for testnet to see if we can adjust PID to get rid of the dips.  We're looking at the security of a couple of CPU-only POW processes, as well as POW/POS hybrids.  We don't have a guess when 9.4.0 will be ready but will keep everyone informed.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: vampirus on August 18, 2017, 01:44:05 PM
See my new SCIFI coin https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2092094.0 that protected from any PoS attack.
1 - max time drift 3 min
2 - max maturity 30 days - prevent from accumulate big stake weight in one wallet
3 - checkpoint server with 8 block fixation - attacker can't insert blockchain more then 8 last blocks
4 - Balanced PoW blocks and stakes weighting - best calculation of BlockTrust.

PS. with latest change in code you only create additional vulnerability for attacker. I can create my server and with lower rate get all blocks,
and any others from official servers will be rejected. Because limit for future time drift must be as past time drift.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 18, 2017, 06:46:17 PM
See my new SCIFI coin https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2092094.0 that protected from any PoS attack.
1 - max time drift 3 min
2 - max maturity 30 days - prevent from accumulate big stake weight in one wallet
3 - checkpoint server with 8 block fixation - attacker can't insert blockchain more then 8 last blocks
4 - Balanced PoW blocks and stakes weighting - best calculation of BlockTrust.

PS. with latest change in code you only create additional vulnerability for attacker. I can create my server and with lower rate get all blocks,
and any others from official servers will be rejected. Because limit for future time drift must be as past time drift.
A checkpoint server such as this is a centralized control mechanism.  That is not in harmony with the decentralized goal of crypto as defined by Nakamoto.  That's part of our challenge - the goal is to improve the breed of fully decentralized coins, not move closer to FIAT, and not to provide a POS 'private club' that serves whales and leaves everyone else on the sidelines.

Anyone attacking a small coin with manufactured blocks can move the difficulty and control block formation.  There is no mining-related reason for our difficulty to be in the 300-400 range - this is all attack.  That's a known weakness in all POW coinage.  People are still hitting BTC and LTC with those methods.  Instead of fixing the problem, the BTC devs ignore it because they think they're too large to take over.  There was an effort by a past member of the CAT dev team to take tighter, centralized, control of the blockchain and that was soundly rejected by the community and the rest of the team.  We're not going down that path again.

I'll take a look at your new coin - thanks for the heads up.

Edited to add:  Check this thread:  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1382241.0 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1382241.0)



Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: vampirus on August 19, 2017, 12:13:48 AM
Why do you think that checkpoint server is centralization, but hardcoded checkpoints from developer not centralization?
Now when all know about this attack, no one sell his old empty wallet.
This attack only can be for some PoS coins, not for PoS+PoW or high difficulty PoS as Hyperstake.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 19, 2017, 04:47:53 AM
Why do you think that checkpoint server is centralization, but hardcoded checkpoints from developer not centralization?
I never said it wasn't, did I?

Can you not see, however, that a few checkpoints in code in order to navigate previous forks allows community consensus (something I believe you've found yourself on the wrong side of at one point) while a separate server feeding a constant checkpoint update does not allow consensus?  Can you see the very distinct differences in centralization?

Now when all know about this attack, no one sell his old empty wallet.
Those are nice words, yet the exploit has been known and people still sell their addresses, don't they?

As I've already expressed, there are too may problems with POS - including centralization, favoring whales over the rest of community, and various attack vectors - and we have taken it off the table.  Do what you want with your project.  CAT's not going there.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: xordi on August 19, 2017, 08:44:25 AM
Hi all. help!!! restored the old wallet. In this the entire amount is not confirmed... what to do?


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: vampirus on August 19, 2017, 02:16:59 PM
May be better create voting pool and ask users: go to PoS or stay on PoW?


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 19, 2017, 08:44:29 PM
May be better create voting pool and ask users: go to PoS or stay on PoW?
Thanks for your input.  As I've already said, POS is no longer on the table.  Please review my earlier updates as we've laid out the plan for CAT - which does include surveying the community.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 19, 2017, 08:45:14 PM
Hi all. help!!! restored the old wallet. In this the entire amount is not confirmed... what to do?
xordi - please tell us what version wallet you restored, and how you restored it.  We'll see if we can help.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 23, 2017, 07:58:22 PM
Greetings CATs!  It's not Caturday but I'm feeling like an update and hope y'all are, too.  If not, go away - it'll be here when you're ready.   8)

- So...we have this new code on the streets.  Everyone critical has updated.  The last two entities that we're still waiting on are the two additional block explorers  - the one maintained by Prohashing and the one maintained by smartchain.cc.  Prohashing did acknowledge that new code exists, so that's a plus.

- BTW - we've been pinging the folks that have made us Mac wallets in the past but it seems they're no longer in the compiling business.  We're looking for leads - anyone up for compiling a 9.3.0 CAT wallet?  Yes, there's a reward.   :)

We had a few updates on testnet for more than a year but didn't want to release another wallet right away after 9.2.0 was released because frankly CAT's had so many wallets and forks in her life that we really wanted to just give her time to run a bit.  What put us over the edge, decision wise, was that the new interest in CAT and our new life on the exchange brought at least one miner/hacker that likes CAT but doesn't want to buy or mine them, preferring to steal them.  That wouldn't cause much stress by itself as any POW coin should expect selfish miners from time to time.  But this one decided to exploit a hole in the code that wasn't properly vetting blocks.  As some of you know, CAT was forked from LTC back in 2013.  We've updated our codebase over the years to include advancements in the code, but unlike BTC and LTC with their significant mining base, a 'nuisance bug' for them is more critical for us.  If you've  been watching the block chart at catcoinwallets you will have noticed that about the same time our price started to climb, some of our block times got long again, and our difficulty jumped up from our normal 120-ish range to the 200s, then 300s, and now 400 range.  Sometimes that's from more miners on the network - we've had up to 3 GH/s (!) of hashing for 6 to 8 hours.  So some of the higher difficulty time has been from mining and that's normal and fantastic!  But there's also this:


http://www.catcoinwallets.com/images/catchain1.jpg



The output from the CatChain explorer shows us that something's not right.  Block 117459 has a block time of 13:32:15 and 117460 has a block time of 13:31:41.  Clearly 460 wasn't solved prior to 459.  The code, though, does allow some range of block times in order to make up for network latency and for clocks to be a bit off.  If we just look at that information, we might agree with Vampirus' earlier suggestion that it's just a simple clock problem.  One thing about the CAT team, though, is that we like plenty of data sources and we like to cross-check them.  Let's look at the output of the bot running 24/7  on Freenode IRC/#catcoin (everyone wave to jaboja when he goes by!):


http://www.catcoinwallets.com/images/catbot.jpg


Unlike the explorer, the bot gives us the (absolute value of the) block time as reported inside the block, but also gives us a UTC time hack.  We can see that 117459 was solved around 08:32 UTC and that 117460 was accepted by the network at about 11:14 UTC.  That's a healthy 2 hour and 42 second block.  But the block time calculation shows a 34 second block time!  Yeah, something's broken.

Finally, let's check the output of the chart that lives on catcoinwallets:



http://www.catcoinwallets.com/images/catchart.jpg



The last line at around 400 represents our time sitting on block 117460 waiting to solve 117461's 538 difficulty.  The line prior to that, at just under 500 difficulty, represents the time we spent at 117459 (about 2 1/2 hours, more or less).  The block prior to that is the approximately 1 hour we spent at 117458 before finding 459.

What we've got is someone building blocks - very often with only the 50 CAT block payout - that is also manipulating the block time.  Sometimes blocks are in proper time order, sometimes blocks are reported to arrive prior to the parent block, and sometimes after a multi-hour wait a block arrives with an ridiculously small block time.  And in POW code, the block times are used to calculate the change in difficulty.

In a textbook time-warp attack, the attacker wants to doctor the times to reduce the difficulty so they can mine more blocks.  I don't think our attacker is mining, though, so they benefit from keeping our diff higher than it should be - it keeps legit miners from solving  blocks and gives them plenty of time to build their next bogus block.  I think you'll all agree that we have data to confirm that this isn't a simple system time error.

In nine days, when 9.3.0 activates (1st September at 00:00 UTC), blocks that arrive marked earlier in time will fail.

- Finally, we want to report that CAT's PID difficulty adjustment started a trend in crypto!  After much work, we implemented a PID adjust process in 9.1.0 back in March of 2014 - the first coin in the ecosystem that brought in an industrial control system.  Because this was in the early and very chaotic days for CAT, we needed to field an almost emergency wallet and didn't have time to implement all of the options we wanted - like more refined settings that eased dips, and the ability for the network to automatically reduce the difficulty if a block ran too long.  We went with what we had and it's been the core tech that's kept us moving for almost four years.  As we wait for 9.3.0 to take effect and begin work on 9.4.0, we found that another set of coindevs took up the PID challenge, and created an evolution of our PID and implemented the 'long block auto-drop' process we hoped to do back in 2014.  It appears it's running in at least AnonCoin.  If you're interested, there's some good nerd stuff below.  Yes, we're reaching out to compare notes with them, and we're happy that CAT's a leader!
https://github.com/zcash/zcash/issues/998 (https://github.com/zcash/zcash/issues/998)
https://wiki.anoncoin.net/GroundRod_PID_main_ver2 (https://wiki.anoncoin.net/GroundRod_PID_main_ver2)


So CATs - too many words again, but hopefully it's useful info.  Miners - thanks for mining!  Traders - thanks for trading and enjoy the volatility!  And CATs - thanks for being here and for telling your friends!

Andy


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: vampirus on August 24, 2017, 09:13:56 PM
This is conspiracy theory!

All block time that mined from pool (stratum) update block time periodically.
If someone use home ASIC with getwork protocol and no new transactions added, then new block created for miner
right after receive last block and time not changed until next block found or added transaction.
You may check, that all timewrap blocks have only 50 CAT reward without any transactions.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 24, 2017, 11:12:13 PM
This is conspiracy theory!

All block time that mined from pool (stratum) update block time periodically.
If someone use home ASIC with getwork protocol and no new transactions added, then new block created for miner
right after receive last block and time not changed until next block found or added transaction.
You may check, that all timewrap blocks have only 50 CAT reward without any transactions.
You might want to check the code and see how many different clocks are used to make sure block timestamps are sane.  The local miner's computer clock isn't the only clock, and isn't even the primary clock.

No, Vampirus, this isn't a 'conspiracy theory' - check the data and check the code - they don't lie.

From util.cpp:

Quote
//
// "Never go to sea with two chronometers; take one or three."
// Our three time sources are:
//  - System clock
//  - Median of other nodes clocks
//  - The user (asking the user to fix the system clock if the first two disagree)
//

We've had plenty of low-diff periods with sub-1 second blocks and they've all come in with proper block time order.  The code is continually updating the block's timestamp prior to release as the block is being built.  Going back in time is suspect.  Submitting blocks with only the coinbase transaction when there are TXns on the network is the definition of a selfish miner.  Combining the two is an exploit.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 24, 2017, 11:15:03 PM
We're removing the smartchain.cc block explorer from the OP and community lists because we cannot contact them to update their code.

If they contact us, or if we see that they've updated, we'll gladly add them to the list once again.

The official community explorer at catcoinwallets.com is already updated. The explorer run by prohashing isn't yet updated but they've acknowledged they have our code in the queue.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: vampirus on August 24, 2017, 11:36:16 PM
When I testing latest Novacoin code (test my new coin), I found that first new block on next day, have yesterday's timestamp. Wallet was working all time, miner was started next day again.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 24, 2017, 11:39:26 PM
When I testing latest Novacoin code (test my new coin), I found that first new block on next day, have yesterday's timestamp. Wallet was working all time, miner was started next day again.
This isn't the thread for Novacoin, which has been around since 2013 and isn't a new coin.  Please stick to the rules of the forum.

We've been watching the blocks since 2014 and have been exploring them more deeply recently as Blak builds a new type of block explorer.  We've had forks, we've had plenty of fast mining, and this is the first time-manipulation attack we've seen reflected in block times.  We understand what the code should be doing, what it's actually doing, and how 9bU7p5PooXMhequCNWSJQCbaw8sgHp4Ekd is able to manipulate block headers.  While this is new for us (and frankly, it's a compliment as it verifies that CAT's valuable and is expected to continue to grow!) it's not new for crypto.

We've had Art Forz' time warp code in our codebase since we launched in 2013, so this isn't a timewarp.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=114751.0 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=114751.0)

I'll leave this as it is for a bit, as I'm going to get back to work on 9.4.0, and also to prepare for a hurricane.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: vampirus on August 25, 2017, 01:35:55 AM
It is bullshit to attack PoW coin with timewrap. Only some PoS coins can be attacked for purpose get more PoS rate for himself.
In PoW used cumulative difficulty, and win chain with 30 blocks with Diff 100, than 59 blocks with diff 50.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 25, 2017, 02:44:24 AM
It is bullshit to attack PoW coin with timewrap. Only some PoS coins can be attacked for purpose get more PoS rate for himself.
In PoW used cumulative difficulty, and win chain with 30 blocks with Diff 100, than 59 blocks with diff 50.
I agree that manipulating blocks is BS.  I agree this isn't a traditional time warp.  Yes, we're aware of how chains are scored.  As I keep saying - this is simply some idiot exploiting a hole that's been in POW coins since BTC hit the streets in order to take block rewards and manipulate the difficulty.  We've known about the possibility of this for years.  Frankly, it's a weakness of all POW coins.  The universal cure is hash rate, which is why we're happy to see more miners on the coin as our value continues to increase.



Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 25, 2017, 08:22:14 AM
One of the things we've been discussing is the amount of energy required to maintain a POW coin.  That's one of the biggest reasons we've been looking at hybrid systems.  That being said, no system is free from manipulation.  CPU-only algos can be abused by botnets.  POS can be manipulated, though it's apparently only slightly less secure than POW overall.  Everything has a risk/reward process.  We were born a 10 minute scrypt coin with the intent of being BTC in Scrypt.  We've done our best to stay with that with every decision we've made.  Today, though, we see that BTC's very slow and we don't want to repeat all of the challenges they've gone through.

Something I'd like to ask the community to think about is what you think about mining energy, and resilience and resistance to network disruption if the power goes down.  Should we follow in BTC's footsteps and work to keep from having the trouble they've had as they scale?  Or should we strike out in another direction?  Is TOR integration important to you?  Is it important to be able to mine with a laptop?  I guess I'm thinking about such things tonight as a category 3 hurricane is a couple of hundred miles away.  


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 25, 2017, 07:51:39 PM
Of charts and algos.

Here's the CAT network over the past 24 hours:

http://www.catcoinwallets.com/images/catchart25Aug.jpg

Some comments.  Yesterday we got a long string of blocks from our favorite empty block assembler and had a nice bounce.  Our algo worked exactly as it should - diff rose to get us back to our average, and then came back down.  The rest of the chart is most important, however, as it shows the network with more 24/7 hash rate.  That's representative of what we've seen the past two years and it's a good thing!

As many CATs know, our challenge from launch was adjusting the algo to better sail the waves in the ASIC world that didn't exist when CAT was born.  While our current algo isn't 'perfect' - and as much as we've been looking and testing to find one, we're not sure a perfect algo exists - it has been doing a very good job.  We have the rapid response when pools switch in, we have decent recovery when they leave, and blocks have been getting closer to our 10 minute average than they have since 2013.  There's a cost to that, though.  In order to be this responsive yet lock-in the block rate, we need a minimum amount of 24/7 miners.  When miners take a break from the network, it leaves longer blocks and more room for intruders to play.  When we have enough hash, there's less opportunity for disruption and things flow really well.

I'm probably preaching to the choir here, but we've entered another age of ASICs with the continued delivery of Antminer L3+ and A4 Dominators.  It's more difficult to find A2s and their 110 MH/s on MRR these days, and the average rental is in the 500 MH/s range and there are some 1 and 1.5 GH rigs available.  We have to keep this new environment in mind as we work toward 9.4.0.



Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 29, 2017, 02:03:49 AM
Prohashing has updated to 9.3.0


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: MikeHenderson on August 29, 2017, 02:23:38 PM
Prohashing has updated to 9.3.0

I want to mine some catcoin with an L3+, but can't seem to get it working and can't register at prohasing, any other pools that are live, or guide to solo mine around?


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 29, 2017, 06:28:33 PM
Prohashing has updated to 9.3.0

I want to mine some catcoin with an L3+, but can't seem to get it working and can't register at prohasing, any other pools that are live, or guide to solo mine around?
Prohashing's been pretty shaky - lots of DDoS attacks - but it does work.  I've mined there and taken payment in CAT.  I've used my A2s and leased L3+s on iSpace and GeekHash and they both run well.  I can't solo mine with A2s or any of my Bitmain SHA rigs - I don't know if they've fixed the bug in their version of cgminer that messes with solo mining or P2Pools.  You could try hitting ThePeePs' or e-pool's P2 nodes to see.  Anyway - the pools we know about are listed in the first post of this thread, and they're all running our current code.

Welcome to CAT!


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: Blaksmith on August 29, 2017, 06:32:26 PM
Prohashing has updated to 9.3.0

I want to mine some catcoin with an L3+, but can't seem to get it working and can't register at prohasing, any other pools that are live, or guide to solo mine around?

I sent you a message for details on your GeekHash account you created if you want to mine there.

To solo mine, you will need to add the following to your catcoin.conf file

rpcuser=username
rpcpassword=password
# rpcport can be any port you wish
rpcport=9932
rpcallowip=IP of your L3
server=1

After editing the file, you need to restart your Catcoin wallet.  
Make sure that your firewall will allow incoming to the port you selected

On your rig, you would set the following:
url: IP of your Catcoin wallet : port (I.E. 192.168.2.100:9932 )
username: rpcusername you set in the config file
password: password you set in the config file

Unless they have changed things in the last few releases, the Antminers have been reported to not be able to solo-mine without a stratum pool front end.

Blaksmith


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: MikeHenderson on August 29, 2017, 06:56:28 PM
Prohashing has updated to 9.3.0

I want to mine some catcoin with an L3+, but can't seem to get it working and can't register at prohasing, any other pools that are live, or guide to solo mine around?
Prohashing's been pretty shaky - lots of DDoS attacks - but it does work.  I've mined there and taken payment in CAT.  I've used my A2s and leased L3+s on iSpace and GeekHash and they both run well.  I can't solo mine with A2s or any of my Bitmain SHA rigs - I don't know if they've fixed the bug in their version of cgminer that messes with solo mining or P2Pools.  You could try hitting ThePeePs' or e-pool's P2 nodes to see.  Anyway - the pools we know about are listed in the first post of this thread, and they're all running our current code.

Welcome to CAT!

Thanks slimepuppy.  I have 3/4 of an L3+ (1 hashboard out) pointed at geekhash.  Thank you for the help.  Hope we get lucky and find some blocks.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: SlimePuppy on August 30, 2017, 12:04:10 AM
Prohashing has updated to 9.3.0

I want to mine some catcoin with an L3+, but can't seem to get it working and can't register at prohasing, any other pools that are live, or guide to solo mine around?
Prohashing's been pretty shaky - lots of DDoS attacks - but it does work.  I've mined there and taken payment in CAT.  I've used my A2s and leased L3+s on iSpace and GeekHash and they both run well.  I can't solo mine with A2s or any of my Bitmain SHA rigs - I don't know if they've fixed the bug in their version of cgminer that messes with solo mining or P2Pools.  You could try hitting ThePeePs' or e-pool's P2 nodes to see.  Anyway - the pools we know about are listed in the first post of this thread, and they're all running our current code.

Welcome to CAT!

Thanks slimepuppy.  I have 3/4 of an L3+ (1 hashboard out) pointed at geekhash.  Thank you for the help.  Hope we get lucky and find some blocks.
Great to talk with you on IRC.  Sorry about the damaged L3+, though.  I hope Bitmain gets you back to 100% soon. 

Welcome to the CAT family!


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: MikeHenderson on August 30, 2017, 01:16:50 AM
Prohashing has updated to 9.3.0

I want to mine some catcoin with an L3+, but can't seem to get it working and can't register at prohasing, any other pools that are live, or guide to solo mine around?
Prohashing's been pretty shaky - lots of DDoS attacks - but it does work.  I've mined there and taken payment in CAT.  I've used my A2s and leased L3+s on iSpace and GeekHash and they both run well.  I can't solo mine with A2s or any of my Bitmain SHA rigs - I don't know if they've fixed the bug in their version of cgminer that messes with solo mining or P2Pools.  You could try hitting ThePeePs' or e-pool's P2 nodes to see.  Anyway - the pools we know about are listed in the first post of this thread, and they're all running our current code.

Welcome to CAT!

Thanks slimepuppy.  I have 3/4 of an L3+ (1 hashboard out) pointed at geekhash.  Thank you for the help.  Hope we get lucky and find some blocks.
Great to talk with you on IRC.  Sorry about the damaged L3+, though.  I hope Bitmain gets you back to 100% soon. 

Welcome to the CAT family!

Thanks, I'm definitely a catcoin hodler now.   Damaged miner is a bummer, but the way I see it, if it wasn't a bummer, then mining wouldn't be going well ;)


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: SlimePuppy on September 01, 2017, 01:37:56 AM
Fork complete.  Comments, questions, problems?  Post them here, please!

Welcome to 9.3.0, everyone.   8)



Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: czcool on September 10, 2017, 08:09:57 PM
I support hybrid POW / POS,

It is recommended to use GPU mining.GPU miners are more.

At present our market value is only 27 BTC.Seems to have missed developmentOr we are developing too slowly...

Many people want to be like Dogecoin.But it is still very difficult.No marketing, no innovation.

Do you have any plans for marketing, DEV?


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: SlimePuppy on September 10, 2017, 08:34:59 PM
I support hybrid POW / POS,

It is recommended to use GPU mining.GPU miners are more.

At present our market value is only 27 BTC.Seems to have missed developmentOr we are developing too slowly...

Many people want to be like Dogecoin.But it is still very difficult.No marketing, no innovation.

Do you have any plans for marketing, DEV?
We don't want to be like Dogecoin - they're not profitable to mine even with the latest and most efficient ASICs and haven't been for quite some time.  We were never about being a memecoin that rose and then crashed like Doge.  We are profitable to mine - and our profitability continues to improve.  Our growth should be slower because we have a very, very long term goal.  We've been 'Bitcoin in scrypt' from the beginning, and we're not yet to our 4th birthday.  Our mission and vision is to continue to be here when the pump and dump memecoins are history.

Your comment about hybrid and GPU is noted - thank you!

We've posted a number of times our short-term and longer term plans - scroll up a bit.  The summary is that we're working to get into coinpayments.  For that we need more trade volume.  We only need to be in the USD 0.02-0.03 range value wise, so we've crossed that threshold, but we need more volume.  We need to get into the top 300 in coinmarketcap.  We're working a couple of other leads that should be a much a boost to the coin and community as getting into coinpayments, but it's too early to say more about that, sorry.

Are you saying that Doge is difficult and has no innovation?  If you think CAT is too difficult,  I can't see this - what's difficult about it?  It's easy to buy and easy to mine. How do I know?  'Cause I'm doing both almost daily.  No innovation?  We were the first coin in the ecosystem to reject KGW because of way it can be exploited, and were the first coin in the ecosystem that broke from the pack and created a unique difficulty adjustment process that allowed us to work through this 2nd generation of ASICs and the transition to profit-switch pools.  While our PID process still needs some tuning (and it's being worked now for the 9.4.0 release),  two other coins have followed our lead.

What does innovation mean to you?  What capability do you want CAT to have that we don't?

The best marketing comes from the community.  Buying a web ad might bring us a few new members to the community, but word of mouth from the current community is much, much more effective.  Community - this is your coin - if you love it, tell your friends.

Right now, CAT's recognized as a sleeper.  That's a cool thing!  https://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/6wwl3h/what_coin_is_your_sleeper_coin_that_has_a/ (https://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/6wwl3h/what_coin_is_your_sleeper_coin_that_has_a/)


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: czcool on September 11, 2017, 01:12:37 AM
Thank you for your response. DEV
How long will the 9.4 version be launched?
I think 27BTC market value(https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/catcoin/#charts), underestimated a lot. I think we can go to 1000 + BTC.
Maybe we need more exchanges. Such as bittrex.But it is clear,Maybe your budget is limited.Community popularity is also inadequate.
In short, hope that the 9.4 version as soon as possible, so Catcoin on track.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: SlimePuppy on September 11, 2017, 04:46:54 AM
Thank you for your response. DEV
How long will the 9.4 version be launched?
I think 27BTC market value(https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/catcoin/#charts), underestimated a lot. I think we can go to 1000 + BTC.
Maybe we need more exchanges. Such as bittrex.But it is clear,Maybe your budget is limited.Community popularity is also inadequate.
In short, hope that the 9.4 version as soon as possible, so Catcoin on track.

You say you want 9.4.0 as soon as possible.  Why?  What do you want in 9.4.0?  What would make you think we're 'on track'?  Anyone else as well? 

I don't want to promise a date for 9.4.0 as we're working on a complete code update.  We're looking at the block size options like segwit, we're looking at lightning network and TOR as well.  Our internal goal is late December, 2017 - CAT's 4th birthday.  We'll see how that goes.

I agree that we're really undervalued.  I have a bottle of rum in the cabinet that I won't open until we hit 1USD/CAT  8)

We definitely need to grow the community.  We can always use more 24/7 miners.  And - thank you! - we want everyone's ideas.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: SlimePuppy on September 20, 2017, 12:09:30 AM
We'd like to hear from CATs - what features do you want in a CAT wallet?  What do you want CAT to be able to do that we don't currently do?

We're running between 3rd and 5th place on CoinWarz and we have new miners on the network - we've got a good, stable coin, CATs!


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: MikeHenderson on October 01, 2017, 03:01:01 PM
We'd like to hear from CATs - what features do you want in a CAT wallet?  What do you want CAT to be able to do that we don't currently do?

We're running between 3rd and 5th place on CoinWarz and we have new miners on the network - we've got a good, stable coin, CATs!

Hey slimepuppy, here's my 2 cents.

>Features in a wallet
Privacy, security, functionality.  Which I think you have pretty good.  Being able to shapeshift into other currencies would be great obviously.  An iphone/android wallet would be great. 

>What do you want CAT to be able to do that we don't currently do?
I think the idea of "bitcoin in scrypt" is sound.  Now that there could be 4 versions of bitcoin by the end of the month.  The "bitcoin" part gets a little blurry.  My suggestion would be to follow the bitcoin ideal of creating a store of wealth/gold equivalent that also can be used as a substitute for fiat currencies.  I think you have a unique opportunity to carry on SN's vision in scrypt and with a silly name (A rose by any other name...), while his chain is corrupted by greed and jealousy.  I wish you luck and hope for your success as I mine away. 


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: Thepuj on October 14, 2017, 09:56:18 PM
Will there be a version which compiles in new Debian Stable?


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: SlimePuppy on October 18, 2017, 12:07:29 PM
Will there be a version which compiles in new Debian Stable?
What problem are you seeing, Thepuj?  Are you using Stretch/9.2?  Are you trying to compile a catcoind or a QT wallet?


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: Thepuj on October 18, 2017, 05:26:05 PM
Yes, I am running Debian 9.2. I can't compile the CLI and the QT version. Both have problems with errors in bignum.h. I heard about an API change in OpenSLL. I assume that is the reason for this. Stretch has OpenSSL version 1.1.

The error messages are all like:
bignum.h: In function 'bool operator>(const CBigNum&, const CBigNum&)':
bignum.h:588:83: error: cannot convert 'const CBigNum*' to 'const BIGNUM* {aka const bignum_st*}' for argument '1' to 'int BN_cmp(const BIGNUM*, const BIGNUM*)'
 operator>(const CBigNum& a, const CBigNum& b)  { return (BN_cmp(&a, &b) > 0); }
                                                                       ^
(the pointer points to the last ")" in the previous line)

or for the QT version e.g.:
rc/base58.h: In function 'bool DecodeBase58(const char*, std::vector<unsigned char>&)':
src/base58.h:100:42: error: cannot convert 'CBigNum*' to 'BIGNUM* {aka bignum_st*}' for argument '1' to 'int BN_mul(BIGNUM*, const BIGNUM*, const BIGNUM*, BN_CTX*)'
         if (!BN_mul(&bn, &bn, &bn58, pctx))
                                          ^
(pointer pointing to the ")" before the last ")")


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: Blaksmith on October 18, 2017, 07:54:50 PM
Yes, I am running Debian 9.2. I can't compile the CLI and the QT version. Both have problems with errors in bignum.h. I heard about an API change in OpenSLL. I assume that is the reason for this. Stretch has OpenSSL version 1.1.

The error messages are all like:
bignum.h: In function 'bool operator>(const CBigNum&, const CBigNum&)':
bignum.h:588:83: error: cannot convert 'const CBigNum*' to 'const BIGNUM* {aka const bignum_st*}' for argument '1' to 'int BN_cmp(const BIGNUM*, const BIGNUM*)'
 operator>(const CBigNum& a, const CBigNum& b)  { return (BN_cmp(&a, &b) > 0); }
                                                                       ^
(the pointer points to the last ")" in the previous line)

or for the QT version e.g.:
rc/base58.h: In function 'bool DecodeBase58(const char*, std::vector<unsigned char>&)':
src/base58.h:100:42: error: cannot convert 'CBigNum*' to 'BIGNUM* {aka bignum_st*}' for argument '1' to 'int BN_mul(BIGNUM*, const BIGNUM*, const BIGNUM*, BN_CTX*)'
         if (!BN_mul(&bn, &bn, &bn58, pctx))
                                          ^
(pointer pointing to the ")" before the last ")")

I went and googled the error, and it looks like it is a Debian 9 issue.  No real answers on how they got around it, other than one post I saw someone suggesting to check the SSH and Boost libraries.  Have you installed every boost dev library?



Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: Thepuj on October 18, 2017, 09:38:35 PM
There are 62 libboost-dev packages!

But luckily I got it compiled by downgrading libssl-dev (version 1.1) to libssl1.0-dev. So it is probably this API change in OpenSSL. It broke a lot of software. After starting it did synchronize VERY quickly, but then it stopped at 1 hour behind. Processed 121171 blocks. At the moment it has 4 peers, three with 0.9.3 and one with 0.9.2. I started a verifychain. Maybe there is an issue.

Thanks.

PS: Or maybe the problem was the chain itself? Now I am up to date with 121172 blocks.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: Blaksmith on October 19, 2017, 02:51:10 AM
There are 62 libboost-dev packages!

But luckily I got it compiled by downgrading libssl-dev (version 1.1) to libssl1.0-dev. So it is probably this API change in OpenSSL. It broke a lot of software. After starting it did synchronize VERY quickly, but then it stopped at 1 hour behind. Processed 121171 blocks. At the moment it has 4 peers, three with 0.9.3 and one with 0.9.2. I started a verifychain. Maybe there is an issue.

Thanks.

PS: Or maybe the problem was the chain itself? Now I am up to date with 121172 blocks.

Very glad to hear you got it compiled.  When you synced, it probably was on a long block. :)


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: SlimePuppy on October 29, 2017, 11:44:23 PM
I just want see users opinions and if I not see big concern
You're free to create whatever fork of any coin you like.  Do what you like, create your own announce thread, and have a nice time.  But announcing a coin is off topic here (rule 2) and gets your post tossed.  Please see the link at the bottom of the OP for the bitcointalk rules.  Thanks.

Quote
Please keep conversations on-topic about CAT and her community.  All are welcome, but keep to the rules please.  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=703657.0


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: bitfawkes on November 06, 2017, 04:22:45 PM
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Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: draggingpropose on November 06, 2017, 09:00:27 PM
is there any minimal threshold for initial purchase?


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: Thepuj on November 08, 2017, 11:42:09 PM
If you just want to have a Catcoin post an address and I'll send you one.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: MikeHenderson on November 09, 2017, 12:31:22 AM
is there any minimal threshold for initial purchase?

Post an address and I'll send you 100


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: SlimePuppy on November 16, 2017, 01:54:00 AM
is there any minimal threshold for initial purchase?
Nope - no minimum.  You can buy as many as you'd like on Cryptopia.

Welcome to CAT!


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: czcool on November 16, 2017, 09:02:14 PM
CAT market capitalization has dropped from 27 BTC to 10 BTC in two months, and we need a better direction.

We need to update to get people's attention.

Can the CAT into a masternodes like DASH mining (POW 45% + Masternodes 45% + 10% Dev)?

Many people like this, the price can be up ten times. Wink

 Wink


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: chizzy1985 on November 22, 2017, 04:51:32 AM
is there any minimal threshold for initial purchase?

Post an address and I'll send you 100

hey are you serious about giving away 100 im new trying out mining catcoin in a pool not looking like im gonna get much but still worth a shot.
if your giving any away my address is 9i8U94QQKZr6MTBA3b9TgAnQWMdCxUbf4b im interested in this coin new to crypto altogether.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: MikeHenderson on November 22, 2017, 11:35:28 AM
is there any minimal threshold for initial purchase?

Post an address and I'll send you 100

hey are you serious about giving away 100 im new trying out mining catcoin in a pool not looking like im gonna get much but still worth a shot.
if your giving any away my address is 9i8U94QQKZr6MTBA3b9TgAnQWMdCxUbf4b im interested in this coin new to crypto altogether.

On their way! 


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: chizzy1985 on November 22, 2017, 06:36:33 PM
is there any minimal threshold for initial purchase?

Post an address and I'll send you 100

hey are you serious about giving away 100 im new trying out mining catcoin in a pool not looking like im gonna get much but still worth a shot.
if your giving any away my address is 9i8U94QQKZr6MTBA3b9TgAnQWMdCxUbf4b im interested in this coin new to crypto altogether.

On their way! 

wow thanks so much i really appreciate it honestly. go catcoin go!


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: SlimePuppy on November 30, 2017, 06:27:20 PM
CAT market capitalization has dropped from 27 BTC to 10 BTC in two months, and we need a better direction.

We need to update to get people's attention.

Can the CAT into a masternodes like DASH mining (POW 45% + Masternodes 45% + 10% Dev)?

Many people like this, the price can be up ten times. Wink

 Wink
As I've told you a number of times already in PMs, masternodes are POS and we're not going POS.  There are plenty of coin projects that con people into funding masternodes with Youtube livestreams with fidgit spinners and HODL chants - and then crash and burn when the whales suck out their manufactured profits.  That's not what CAT's about.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: SlimePuppy on November 30, 2017, 06:28:46 PM
You can haz CATs, chizzy.   8)  Welcome aboard!


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: milugau on December 01, 2017, 04:31:08 AM
May be better create voting pool and ask users: go to PoS or stay on PoW?
If I can vote, I will choose PoS, definitely. It's better than PoW, in general


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: SlimePuppy on December 01, 2017, 11:56:29 AM
If I can vote, I will choose PoS, definitely. It's better than PoW, in general
Why do you think proof of stake is better?  Better for whom - new folks or whales?  How or why is one better than the other?


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: MikeHenderson on December 01, 2017, 01:21:35 PM
is there any minimal threshold for initial purchase?

Post an address and I'll send you 100

hey are you serious about giving away 100 im new trying out mining catcoin in a pool not looking like im gonna get much but still worth a shot.
if your giving any away my address is 9i8U94QQKZr6MTBA3b9TgAnQWMdCxUbf4b im interested in this coin new to crypto altogether.

On their way! 

so cat, humble ask get 100 too

Here CAT:  9dvr1N6DpwnhTtxWaP142XFLCHea6Tb2QV


Status: 0/unconfirmed, broadcast through 6 nodes
Date: 12/1/2017 08:20
To: 22katsuo 9dvr1N6DpwnhTtxWaP142XFLCHea6Tb2QV
Debit: -100.00 CAT
Net amount: -100.00 CAT
Transaction ID: 9090891ea8908117cac4fa648bf947b14508f6e87318b0eafd81d5b7bae88be1

In coming!



Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: SlimePuppy on December 01, 2017, 04:16:15 PM
Any amateur radio operators in CAT land?


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: vampirus on December 01, 2017, 05:32:54 PM
If I can vote, I will choose PoS, definitely. It's better than PoW, in general
Why do you think proof of stake is better?  Better for whom - new folks or whales?  How or why is one better than the other?

PoW - waste of electricity
PoW, if not in Top10 coins, can be easy 51% attacked

PoS - users keep wallet always online
PoS - checkpoint server or master nodes


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: SlimePuppy on December 01, 2017, 06:18:11 PM
If I can vote, I will choose PoS, definitely. It's better than PoW, in general
Why do you think proof of stake is better?  Better for whom - new folks or whales?  How or why is one better than the other?

PoW - waste of electricity
PoW, if not in Top10 coins, can be easy 51% attacked

PoS - users keep wallet always online
PoS - checkpoint server or master nodes
I assume you think that online wallets and/or centralized servers/nodes are good things - why do you think that?

I agree that POW uses more electricity than other options, and agree that it's a negative for POW.

I don't agree with your Top 10/51% metric, because while smaller coins can be attacked, there's no financial incentive to do so.  Once there's financial incentive, the network's larger and more difficult to 51%.

I like that more users would keep a wallet online in a POS scenario, yet I know from working with one POS project and holding other POS coins (all of which turned into real 'pos' coins  :D ) that while users can keep wallets online, most don't.

Checkpoint servers decentralize the network - that's a non-starter for crypto.
Masternodes are good for pump and dump coins as the rush to stand-up master nodes temporarily pushes coin value up, which triggers a massive profittaking that pushes the value lower than when it starts.  It's a classic biologic overshoot scenario.  It keeps happening (a friend of mine got sucked into one 2 months ago - the rush to stand up nodes played out like a Ponzi scheme - the early whales sold out and everyone else got left with scraps) yet folks chasing the siren's call of quick profits keep falling for it.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: vampirus on December 01, 2017, 07:00:09 PM
If create hi-diff PoS coins like HYP or QBT all users must keep wallet online, and you not need checkpoint server.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: SlimePuppy on December 01, 2017, 07:21:17 PM
If create hi-diff PoS coins like HYP or QBT all users must keep wallet online, and you not need checkpoint server.
And?  Is that good or bad?  Can you name a single POS or POS/POW coin that's been around for 5 years and is growing?


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: vampirus on December 01, 2017, 07:43:41 PM
If create hi-diff PoS coins like HYP or QBT all users must keep wallet online, and you not need checkpoint server.
And?  Is that good or bad?  Can you name a single POS or POS/POW coin that's been around for 5 years and is growing?
HYP - HiPoS, now growing, more then 100 times in usd value since last December.
QBT - was PoW, I convert it to PoS and it growing last week.
NVC - PoW+PoS - "new Russian bitcoin"

If you believe that checkpoint server is bad, HYP not need it because no one with balance less 25% of all coins can 51% attack.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: SlimePuppy on December 01, 2017, 09:18:08 PM
If create hi-diff PoS coins like HYP or QBT all users must keep wallet online, and you not need checkpoint server.
And?  Is that good or bad?  Can you name a single POS or POS/POW coin that's been around for 5 years and is growing?
HYP - HiPoS, now growing, more then 100 times in usd value since last December.
QBT - was PoW, I convert it to PoS and it growing last week.
NVC - PoW+PoS - "new Russian bitcoin"

If you believe that checkpoint server is bad, HYP not need it because no one with balance less 25% of all coins can 51% attack.
How many of those are 5 years old?

You still haven't said why you think they're good.  Not a negative (yay - they don't suck  :D) but why they're good.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: vampirus on December 01, 2017, 10:50:11 PM
Why 5 years? 3-4 years not enough? All 3-4 years.
Good, because protected from attack.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: SlimePuppy on December 01, 2017, 11:49:17 PM
Why 5 years? 3-4 years not enough? All 3-4 years.
Good, because protected from attack.
Nope - they're not protected from attack - they just need different attacks.

Thanks anyway.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: dncdog on December 02, 2017, 12:05:20 AM
Almost two years after launch, the OP of the project has still not had roadmap. Is the project really developed over the last two years?


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: SlimePuppy on December 05, 2017, 06:25:20 PM
Almost two years after launch, the OP of the project has still not had roadmap. Is the project really developed over the last two years?
If you scroll up a few pages (that'll take less time than reading through all three threads and give you the same info), you'll see that there actually is a roadmap.  If you go back to our launch thread, you'll see that CAT started in 2013.  And we recently released V9.3.0.

If you're part of the CAT community, what would you like to see in the coin?


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: SlimePuppy on December 05, 2017, 06:31:19 PM

ty Mike, 100 CAT got in cryptopia
but I try to withdraw but wallet not confirming?
an i try lock wallet but wallet not synch an i deleted and downloaded wallet again, why wallet no synch after lock wallet?
can fix? but wallet download blockchain faster so good

how 22katsuo make CAT? Will pay me? want more CAT but no mine, and no $$$, can help 22katsuo? 22katsuo maybe can help CAT for $$$? make deal?

1 hour 26 minutes, zero confirmations in wallet?

update:2 hours 15 minutes, 7 confirmations :)
why CAT delay confirmations?
We have a chart at catcoinwallets.com that shows the blocks in real time.  Your withdrawal will confirm once blocks are solved.  That's the same thing you're seeing in your wallet - when you start a wallet on a long block, it won't finish syncing until the next block is solved.  Please stop spamming to beg for coins.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: MikeHenderson on December 05, 2017, 06:34:35 PM
Almost two years after launch, the OP of the project has still not had roadmap. Is the project really developed over the last two years?
If you scroll up a few pages (that'll take less time than reading through all three threads and give you the same info), you'll see that there actually is a roadmap.  If you go back to our launch thread, you'll see that CAT started in 2013.  Thanks for checking in, though.

Who let you out?  Isn't blak cracking the whip on you?  Still plan on having atomic swaps by year end right?


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: SlimePuppy on December 06, 2017, 10:52:49 PM
Today's market cap:  $264,000  And we've doubled to 4 US cents per CAT.

We continue to be profitable to mine unlike so many of our copycats (cough...doge...cough) ;) and we have the trust of the community.

As we outlined earlier, our next goal is to get into coinpayments.  To do that, we need more volume - and it has to be more volume on a single exchange, not scattered around multiple exchanges.  That's why we don't want to further dilute trading across multiple platforms.   With international stability being shaken by multiple stressors, and the wider public recognition that crypto works and is a viable option, we see a very long future for CAT.


Over the almost four years since CAT launched, we've sought to step around problems other coin projects jump into head first. One example is the KGW algo.  We recognized it was exploitable, and that it didn't actually defeat switch pools.  While many other coins hard-forked into something like lemmings, we went another way.  Cats aren't herd animals, after all.  Looking ahead, we're working to avoid the massive constipation we can see on the BTC network today. 

So...while I appreciate 22katsuo's and vampirus' enthusiasm, we have zero interest in jumping from meme to meme in order to 'keep up' with the lemmings.

We are CAT.  We will continue to grow and will continue to leave a stable set of paw prints when other coins are history.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: chizzy1985 on December 07, 2017, 04:09:43 AM
You can haz CATs, chizzy.   8)  Welcome aboard!

Thank you SlimePuppy i appreciate the warm welcome and i think catcoin has done great i will remain a loyal cat!


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: kong2029 on December 07, 2017, 03:26:38 PM
There is a new use for Catcoin and I hope Slimepuppy can think of a good way to get involved.

http://ibankcoin.com/zeropointnow/2017/12/06/people-are-now-plowing-millions-into-cryptokitties-and-breeding-them/#sthash.tEjL77UQ.dpbs

CryptoKitties accounted for 14% of the Ethereum networks trading yesterday.  This is a full on craze with lots of money being thrown around by increasingly feral cat lovers.  They should be throwing around lots of Catcoin!  Slimepuppy, do your thing!


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: SlimePuppy on December 07, 2017, 07:57:15 PM
There is a new use for Catcoin and I hope Slimepuppy can think of a good way to get involved.

http://ibankcoin.com/zeropointnow/2017/12/06/people-are-now-plowing-millions-into-cryptokitties-and-breeding-them/#sthash.tEjL77UQ.dpbs

CryptoKitties accounted for 14% of the Ethereum networks trading yesterday.  This is a full on craze with lots of money being thrown around by increasingly feral cat lovers.  They should be throwing around lots of Catcoin!  Slimepuppy, do your thing!
This has nothing to do with CAT - and it's clogging the Etherium blockchain making valuable transactions jam.  It's crazy, though - so many real cats that need homes.
https://eandt.theiet.org/content/articles/2017/12/virtual-kittens-craze-congests-cryptocurrency-transactions/ (https://eandt.theiet.org/content/articles/2017/12/virtual-kittens-craze-congests-cryptocurrency-transactions/)


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: vampirus on December 07, 2017, 11:09:06 PM
To @SlimePuppy. If you use so unusual difficulty retarget, try support CAT chain with own hashrate, last block was received 6 hours ago.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: SlimePuppy on December 07, 2017, 11:12:31 PM
To @SlimePuppy. If you use so unusual difficulty retarget, try support CAT chain with own hashrate, last block was received 6 hours ago.
Vampy - I've been mining CAT since December of 2013.  Are you mining?  Or are you just here to troll while you're waiting for your scifi coins to mature?  :D

The high difficulty is a normal aspect of our increased value intersecting with the market flood of Bitmain's L3+s.  Had you been around in 2013 or 2014, you'd have seen the same thing happen to all coins when we moved from CPUs to GPUs, then to profit-switch pools, then to ASICs. The normal routine back then was for a coin to launch with the BTC/LTC diff retarget algo, get hit hard to push the diff up, and then stay hung while the community threw everything they had at the coin for 2016 blocks until they could start to bring the diff back down - and that after a mega-hash pool 'insta-mined' 2000 blocks to drive the diff up.

Our 'unusual' retarget limits the take from a profit-switch hit to about 10 blocks, and we come back down quickly once a couple of high blocks are solved.  Our algo is why we're still a viable coin in this new age of mining.

BTW - 0.057 USD per CAT with a $354,100 market cap and $4K volume.  It just keeps getting better.  8)



Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: hashshashin on December 07, 2017, 11:24:02 PM
Honestly, I believe that the popularity of Catcoin will increase, due to the popularity of the sensational game. It will be interesting to watch you. Good luck.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: vampirus on December 07, 2017, 11:52:32 PM
Why I must mining CAT with so unfriendly retarget? When I start mining with constant hashrate and solve several high-diff blocks, jumps out multi pool  and take all low diff blocks.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: SlimePuppy on December 08, 2017, 12:00:56 AM
Why I must mining CAT with so unfriendly retarget? When I start mining with constant hashrate and solve several high-diff blocks, jumps out multi pool  and take all low diff blocks.
All you demonstrate when you ask that question is that you don't understand chaotic systems.  Also...  All coins have a profitibility window.  When a coin is profitable to mine, profit-switch pools jump in.  That's what they do.  That's why they exist.  They're a fact of life in this world, just like rain IRL.

Why should miners support the network?  Because 24/7 hash keeps the difficulty higher - and that keeps the diff at or above the profit-switch pool's trigger point.  24/7 hash also keeps blocks flowing more smoothly.  You understand this, yes?  Oh, also - miners support the network because they're paid to.  

PS - I killed the high blocks.  You're welcome.  ROFL

ETA...do a paper exercise, Vampy, with whichever coin you want.  Even BTC.  Hit it with a huge profit switch spike that doubles the difficulty and then pull off and watch.  What do you expect to see?  Difficulty adjust algos must raise the diff when blocks happen faster (analogue for increased hash rate) and must lower the diff when the average block time exceeds the target rate.  It's what they do.

https://bitinfocharts.com/comparison/bitcoin-confirmationtime.html#3m (https://bitinfocharts.com/comparison/bitcoin-confirmationtime.html#3m)
Bitcoin's had some multi-hour blocks - and averages more than double the 10 minute target.  Keep in mind that mining is based on the seed from a random number generator.  Sometimes RNGesus is happy, sometimes she's not.  ;)

Also, to directly answer your question:  "Why I must mining CAT..."  You must mining nothing.  You also must posting nothing.  There is no must.  You either choose to because you want to support the coin, or you choose not to.  But if you choose not to, you don't need to pee on the carpet because you understand that life's too short to troll when there's a more productive use of one's time.  Cheers.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: vampirus on December 08, 2017, 12:42:56 AM
Reduce block time to 2 min, reward to 10 coins and use my algo for retarget.

Code:
static const int64_t nTargetTimespan = 100 * nStakeTargetSpacing;  // 100 blocks window

*******
    int64_t nActualSpacing = pindexPrev->GetBlockTime() - pindexPrevPrev->GetBlockTime();

    if(nActualSpacing < 0)  //
    {
        nActualSpacing = 0;
    }
    if(nActualSpacing > nTargetTimespan / 3) //retarget -40% maximum
    {
        nActualSpacing = nTargetTimespan / 3;
    }
    else if(nActualSpacing < nStakeTargetSpacing / 3)  //instamine protection, retarget +7% maximum
    {
        nActualSpacing *= 4;
        nActualSpacing -= nStakeTargetSpacing;
    }


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: SlimePuppy on December 08, 2017, 02:28:28 AM
Reduce block time to 2 min, reward to 10 coins and use my algo for retarget.
Thanks but no.  We're a 10 minute coin and follow BTC's halving structure.  Those parameters are NOT negotiable.  There's plenty of history on those topics in the two previous threads, in addition to this one.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: SlimePuppy on December 11, 2017, 11:41:59 PM
Thank you for your continued abuse, 22katsuo.  If you care to, please navigate to the first post in this thread and note the rules of the forum on the bottom of the post.  Should you do that, you'll find that the reason your posts are removed is because they continue to violate the rules of BTCTalk.  While there, please note the names of the folks on the dev team.

If you or your 'friend' are serious about improving CAT, feel free to visit with us on freenode IRC in #catcoin-dev - we're normally available about 20 hours a day and are always logged-in there.

If, on the other hand, you continue to be an abusive troll, your posts will continue to be deleted and you'll continue to be flagged to forum mods to have your account killed.  Your choice.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: q9q1na31l on December 13, 2017, 09:27:10 AM
faucet?
any free catcoins
what can we buy with catcoin?


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: SlimePuppy on December 13, 2017, 10:02:40 AM
faucet?
any free catcoins
what can we buy with catcoin?
Right now you can buy CAT at Cryptopia and hold or trade them.  Once we grow a bit more, we'll get into coinpayments.  At that point, we can buy whatever we want with CAT.  Blaksmith's working on a faucet and a gaming site.



Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: mangenta on December 13, 2017, 10:11:49 AM
how many Cat tread in this forum , are you running any airdrop right now ?


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: q9q1na31l on December 14, 2017, 10:04:29 PM
Quote
PoW algorithm: Scrypt
Current Code Version: 0.9.3.0
Block reward: 50 CAT
Block time: 10 minutes
Retarget: 1 Block, Using a combination of a PID algorithm designed by Blaksmith and a modification of DigiShield
Max supply: 21 million
Reward halving interval: 210,000 blocks


Miner rewards half soon? or when will miner rewards half?


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: SlimePuppy on December 14, 2017, 10:06:03 PM
Quote
PoW algorithm: Scrypt
Current Code Version: 0.9.3.0
Block reward: 50 CAT
Block time: 10 minutes
Retarget: 1 Block, Using a combination of a PID algorithm designed by Blaksmith and a modification of DigiShield
Max supply: 21 million
Reward halving interval: 210,000 blocks


Miner rewards half soon? or when will miner rewards half?
The last block was 124408.

http://catcoinwallets.com/ (http://catcoinwallets.com/)
Freenode IRC #catcoin and ##catcoin have bots running.

This info's posted in the OP of this thread.


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: q9q1na31l on December 14, 2017, 10:30:07 PM
Quote
The last block was 124408

behind schedule.
contact me on QQ to tell me why


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: SlimePuppy on December 14, 2017, 10:43:02 PM
Quote
The last block was 124408

behind schedule.
contact me on QQ to tell me why
There's no schedule.  If you want to talk with the devs, go to Freenode IRC #catcoin-dev.  Thanks for checking in.

There's plenty of time until halving - so there are plenty of coins for you to mine - and since we're consistently profitable to mine, that's a good thing!   8)


Title: Re: [ANN] Catcoin - 0.9.3.0
Post by: chizzy1985 on December 15, 2017, 05:40:32 PM
im getting a zotac 1060 6gb soon then ill be mining some cat with yall! only got 200 right now but that will change. go catcoin go! :)